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Page 6 - Wednesday, June 25, 1980 J I I orts Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH Here is a fun day that all the family can enjoy,.plus the fact that you and yours will get a good meal for practically nothing, along with some excellent prizes that may be won on the field of sport, providing your sand bag handicap is high enough! That day is Flag Day to be held at the local golf course on July 4th. There are some regulations that were thoroughly discussed at our regular monthly dinner meeting last Tuesday evening which by the way, was one of the best dinners we have had for a long time. Enchiladas were prepared by the Faust family and were they excellent! Getting hack to the "fun day", I say it was cussed and discussed by all and sundry and when John Whitton got through, I for one, had lost all track of the aforementioned regulations. The main thing is to be there and the ladies should bring a salad, dessert or some such as the Club will furnish the meat. Call the Pro Shop or better yet read the poop sheet at the Pro Shop and then you will be sure what cooks. There are other tournaments but I will get the dope too late for this month so they will have been played and forgotten by the time you read it here, sorry Diane Andreini and your Magnolia Classic. Sorry to hear that our old, old friends Jim Clerk and Rod Rodden are under the weather. At last report, they are out of the hospital and well on the road to recovery and we wish them all the luck in the world. Speaking of old friends, I attended our school reunion last Sunday, held at the city park and let me tell you, that was a rude awakening! How did all those people, especially those in my class of '27 get so old and fat in such a short time? I came home and looked in a mirror and discovered not only was I fatter than all of them but also OLD! I must be older than dirt and I am sure I am past the state of being pleasingly plumb! It was a joy to see old friends and classmates and yet it was a sad day. Some of our old buddies have long since passed away and in our class only seven of us are left out of a class of twelve. At least, that was as near as I could ascertain since . some of them did not attend but are presumed to be still with us. I walked up to a childhood friend I had not seen in about 55 years and he did not know me! I knew him, as he had changed but little, except for the slight grey hair. The man was Earl Murillo. I first knew him in the 4th grade at the old Crocker School, up near Palomino Lake. That is when the Crocker estate was something like out of a book. All the servants and the people that took care of the horses (Mr. CYocker was an ' avid horseman) moved up from the "City" for the summer. How I remember the chauffeur that drove the big Pierce o  , ..... -".i ," :, [i "  : ..... , ':'- ........ "":- - -  .... . . :. . ".:::::;i!=.-;,: , ..!: ,' ;::::::.--,  .: -: .... Little Megan Mielke is cooling off in the kiddie pool at the life saving and also offering adult classes in the evemlng. Cleverdale Municipal pool, The summer swim program is Gloria Stryker is the Red Cross Safety lnsmetor. Tiny tot under the direction of the Cloverdale Unified School District sessioos areooe halfhor from noon until I2:30p.m. Pho by and is offering swimming courses ranging from tiny tots to Janice. Men's Softball Scoreboard After 5 weeks of play in the mess softball league, Perrys and I.T. still tied for first place. Grapevine falling to second place with a big loss to Perry's in a Thurs. night game. In Thursday night's game Rolando defeated Encore II to 8. Winning pitcher Evans; losing pitcher Wlodarczyk; w car! Those  the day! hitting for Rolando, Evans See ymtl   sways for a few more days, I hope.  with a triple andingle, Bato I for 2. Rolando scored 5 of 1 t Ponytail League News MINOR LEAGUE June 13, Cloverdale Food Center Red Sox 8, Marty's Texcao Angels 4.'For the Red Sox: A. Rainwater Ix2, B. Estrada Ix2, J. Morrow Ixl double, C. Mathews Is2, C. Zumwall Ix2 homerun, D. Wilson 2x2 double, T. Tindall Ix2, P. Puterbaugh lxl. For the Angels: M. Richardson Ix2, L. Peterson 2x2, G. Colin By TONI BORGNA runs in first inning to take big lead. Hitting for Encore, Persons 2 for 4 with 2 doubles. Second game of the evening was to break up the 3 way tie for first place with Grapevine playing Perrys, A big defeat for the Grapevine team being shut out by Perrys 7-0. Carneggia throwing ex- cellent, holding Grapevine with only 4 hits. Davis losing pitcher with the help of 2 errors one in the outfield and one on the infield allowed Perrys to score five of the 7 runs in the second inning. Hitting for Perrys, Olson 2 for J It is thank you time again. :We enjoy thanking all of the people who help us keep Ponytail going. So here goes, thank you Paulsen Vineyards for a $I00 donation, this money can be t to good use, naturally! Also a big thanks goes to Joan On Tuesday night first place team Perrys with a 5-0 record meets Encore last place team with a 1-4 record. Encore held Perry to 2 runs for 3 innings, but Perrys broke it open in the bottom of the 4th with 7 runs. Perrys wins another in five innings with a score of 12-0. Encore with 3 hits. Mayfield, Wlodarczyk, Bisagno each with one hit, for Perrys, Dale 2 for 3, Lazzorini, 2 for 3, Alson I for 2 with H.R., Bundsen and Carneggie I hit apiece. Second game Rolando meets Cloverdale Auto Parts game called in 6 innings with final score Rolando 14, Auto Parts 4. Rolando with 15 hits to Auto Parts 5 hits. For Rolando big hitter for the night Schueler third baseman going 5 for 5 a triple, double and 3 singles, also Ackerman 4 for 5, Bato 2 for 4, Evans 1 Cloverda Fennessey, owner of the Wheel Care. She donated a set of lamps which were raffled off last weekend and she had her own raffle at the Wheel Care and gave us all of money made which was 0. She raffled off two dinners S.aeffer won the two dinners Papa John's Restaurant donated. These were raffled the weekend of June I4th. Coming Attractions: Another carwash! We had such a great time last time, we're doing it again. Some people are gluttons for punishment. You have heard of umpires being all wet Ix2, P. Jump 2x2, S. Menky 2x2. June 24, Cloverdale Food Center Red Sox 8, Wheel Care Dodgers 2. For the Red Sox: A. Rainwater Ix2 homerun, J. Morrow Ix2, C. Mathews Ix2, D. Wilson 2x2, R. Perlenfein Ix2 triple, T. Tin dll Ix2, H. Kruger Ix2 double: For the Angels: J. Frederick Ix2 double, L. Woody Ix2 homerun. \\; MAJOR LEAGUE June 13, Toni's Pizza Orioles 6, Cloverdale Coffee Shop Brewers 0. For the Orioles: G. Butler 2x4, D. Johnson Ix3 double, R. haven't you? Well bring.your Wilson Ix4, J. Henderson 2x2, dirty ears to the Citrus Fairgrounds, June 58th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and you will see one soggy, waterlogged and wet umpire, also a few managers and coaches, as well as the president of our League. ,, Look forward to a fun day :for all July 13th! We will have a "Dunk Tank" featuring Red Richards, our p, Charlie Ricord, manager of the Dodgers, and Art Cerini, local cop as the kees. Tickets will be 3 for a doilar and there will be other games as well. So come one, come all. Sink an ump, k a cop,-or get a manager! K. Thompson Ix4, A. Young 2x3 double and triple: For the Brewers: D. Dalbec 3x5, T. Mathews 2x3, S. Botkin Ix2, R. Botkin 2x5 triple, S. Sch- midt 2x5, R. Marshall 3x5 double, M. Vice 2x4 triple, K. Lyle Ixi. June 14, Toni's Pizza Orioles 27, First National Bank Philiies 8. For the Orioles: G. Butler 5x7, R. Wilson 3x5, D. Johnson 3x6, D. Novato ix2, K. Thompson 3x5, T. Lovato 2x3, C. Richards 4x6, V. Vail Ixl, A. Young Ix2. For the Phlllies: B. SLrawn Ix2, D. Roland 2x3, P. Hearn Ix3, C. Yeazell 3x4, J. Hunt Ix2, C. Kemp 2x3, M. Embry Ix4, S. Brazell 2x2, L. London Ix2, N. Tobener Ix2, Little League dance set Saturday June 28 : Cloverdale Little League Dancing will be to the country DanCe will be held Saturday music of Tiny and Joni night, June 28, at the Ha, Velerans Memorial Building. Ti are $6 a couple or dance will star t t 9 g3,$0 for single. You must be pm. andlauntil l:gp.m, ' 21 to attend. 3, Faccini Grapevine, Shimitz, Demattii Mennicucci all 1 hit. By JANE BARNHART all age invited all The Cloverdale Recreation 19{}0 Summer Program is well into its second week now, and may approximately 55 children from the ages of three to twelve are learning that Next Summer doesn't have to be spent in front of the T.V. set a bus for at home. Children in the 3-5 WindsOr age group and the 6-8 age Water I group have been showing park interest and creativity in arts and crafts and have mosaic Flume"- bean pictures, name mobiles all and folded name painted pictures to show for it. Lou trip Thompson and I have also conducted a bean experiment to illustrate how plants grow, and the children have planted their own flowers and are be a watching them grow at the 30 to Cub Scout Cabi., in the Park. The children in the 9-12 age group have busied them- fee selves working with baker's offered clay. designing unique paper cutouts, and they have also made their own plant Tues y terrariums. The 9-12's have also enjoyed playing ping- and pong, backgammon, and softball. Soacktime also 894-3706. seems to be ever-popular with all the age groups and all three have experienced a new week. snack idea called "gorp", being which consists of peanuts, raisons, cheerios and m&m's. We've also had two picnics here on Mondays and they are! Bowling Scores Moa. Mixed Fours Ricarol No. 2 14 6 Garrett Logging 12 8 River Rats 12 8 Ricarol No. 1 9 U B.S. & Co. 8 12 The Kirks 5 15 Dean Young 228-650; hit a H.R., Theiman, Hamton and Brush I hit apiece. For Auto Parts Lingo 2 for 4, I hit apeice for Bradford, Staeey and Stanley. Connie Kirk 184477. Thursday nights first game called because of time in inning. Geyers Peak wins 8 to Tues. Adult-Jr. Trio Chem West 6. Each team Wirts&Keyes 17 7 getting 7 hits. Hitting for Sumpter, Schieffer & Van Geyser Peak, Donnan 2 for 4, Matre 14 I0 Pigeni 2 for 3, Mills, Johnson, The Conrads 12 12 Mellon each one hit. For Bali, Natenstedt & Chem West, Bald 2 for '4, 'eter 11 13 Mooney Gruher, Potts, Chase&Naimans 9..15 Catterson, Hoffman each one Goodman, Wilson & Vail 9 15 Don Chase 213-582; Brian hit. Sumpter 191-555; Jim Keyes Game two of the evening 19t-49. gives I.T. one more win to their record, beating Dante 10-2. Winning pitcher Lovato, lossing pitcher Hamner. Hitting for I.T., G. Jojola 3-4, Daunch 2 for 4, Spellbring 2 for 4, G. Jojola 2 for 3, Brown I hit. For Dante, Scalise 2 for 4, Hammer, B. Gifford, Pankey each 1 hit. I for 2. For | R. Davis, Women Softball Cloverdale Disposal 3. Leading the way for Jr. Samples it was Patty Bird going 6x6, Jan Fayter 5x6, Jojo Caidwell 4x6, and Chris Grange 3x3. For Cloverdale Disposal it was Kelly Mills 2x3, homerun, Joanie Sciani Ix3, and Dottie Culver Ix3. Winning pitcher JoJo Caldwell, losing pitcher Rita Rieetti. Wed. Scratch Four Jo Pizza Queen 16 4 7/z Pardini's Body Shop 16 8 Pick's Drive-ln 15 9 cnc Boise Cascade 13 11 Kathy Garrett Logging 12 12 Pat Damerow &McTeer 9t/z 14t/z United Vintners 8 16 189-487. Clvd. Auto Parts 6 18 Jim Manion 213-586; Dave Parsley 224-581; Dale Faust Vauglu 201-576; Larry Kramer 218- The Four 572. In the first game of the evening, Sunday June 22, Universal Painting, out hit Mama Nina's, winning 17 to 9. With Jackie Wineland, leading the way, going 4x4, Kathy Green 3x3, Betty Loftier, Dona Gregory, Mary Pellegrini, Martha Gardner, Dand Lynn Mittlestadt going 3x4, for Mama Ninas, it was Ronda Sibert, going 2x2 with Kathleen Daily and Debbi Davis both going 2x3. Winning pitcher was Kathy Green, losing pitcher Ronda Sibert. In the second game it was Morgan Wood 18, Cen- tury 21 II. Marie Treankle going 3x4, Tinker Anderson 3x5, and Debbie Ells 3x5 for Century 21 it was Charlene Crider going 4x5, Jo Dinnin 4x5, and Melissa Cox 3x5. Winning pitcher, Tinker Anderson, losing pitcher, Faye Bill. Jr. Sampl 25, Thurs. Morn. Better Half Troy's Damon, Slolz & Peterson 16 8 Whittaker, Naiman & Wally Beebe 15 9 Groom, McGahey & Snellgrove 13 11 Stuber, Stuber & Manlon 12 12 186-519. .and In Tuesday night's game Chemwest defeated Dante 6- 4. Chemwest getting 7 hits, Dante 6 hits with one home run by Valencia in 3rd inning. Wigit winning pitcher, Valencia lossing pitcher. Geyser Peak, Auto Parts game called in bottom of sixth because of time, with Geyser Peak ahead 9 to 7. Auto Parts out hit Geyser Peak with 8 hits to 4 hits but with 7 errors couldn't pull it out. First game Thursday night moved Perrys into first place with a shut out again this time over I.T. Perrys scoring 9 runs on 11 hits. I. T no runs with 3 hits. Hitting for Perrys was Dale 3 for 5, Olson 3 for 3, Lazzarini, Faccini, Beritta, Aimo, and Callen all with one hit. For I.T., Teliez, B. Jojola and Spelbring 1 for.1. Encore played Grapevine in the second game. Grapevine coming out on top with a 10-4 win. Encore with 5 hits Grapevine 9 hits. Carisen winning pitcher, Wlodarczyk iossing. Hitting for Grapevine Borgna 3 for 4, Shemitz 1 for 3, with a H.R., Demattii, Angeli, Smith, Antolini, Menniccucci, Wirt all getting I hit. For the Encore, Mayfield 2 for 3, Smalley, Huot, Wlodarczyk l hit apiece. Lea gue Standing Perrys 5 0 Grapevine 4 1 I.T. 3 1 Rolando 2 2 Aulo Parts 2 3 Geyser Peak 1 3 Dante l 3 Chim West 1 3 Encore l 4 Little League News Minor League June 17, Preston Lumber Expos 9, Redwood Smorgette Pirates 3. Expos: J. Spelbring Ix3 triple, B. Kaisi 2x2 homerun. R. Spain Ixl double, T. Stockman Ix2 triple. Pirates: Van Doom Ix3 double, D. Emmel Ixl, D. Gaylor Ix2 triple, G. Mitchell 2x3, J. Dowell Ix2. June 20, Preston Lumber Expos 2, Dilley & Assoc. Angels 0. Expos: R. Davies Ix3, T. Stockman Ixl. AngeLs: S. Treankle Ix?., A. Beebe Ix3 double. June 21, Cloverdale Fire DeW Yankees 7, Redwood Smorgette Pirates 4. Yankees: R. London Ix2, double. Pirates: D. Emmel Ix2, R. Gren lx3, D. Gaylor 3x3 homerun, D. Domenicbelli Ix3, C. Gill Ix2. Standings Universal Painting 2 0 Expos Morgan Wood 2 0 Yankees Jr. Samples I I Angels Cloverdale Disposal I l Pirates Mama Nina's 0 2 C.entur, 21 0 2 Next Sunday's games a Jr. Samples vs Century 21 (5 p.m.); Cloverdale Disposal vs Mama Nina's t$:5 p.m.) Universal Painting vs Morgan Wood t8:30). Fire extinguishers Continued from page I The extinguishers are still manufactured in certain o4her states, Don Harris, of Santa Rosa Fire Equipment Service Company, said, and in the 1950's two one one- quart carbon tetrachloride extinguishers were required on each school bus. Presently, only chain saw operators in National Forest and Utility Companies are allowed to use the chemical in fire fighting, each using them outdoors. Because it is a non- conductor of electricity and does not need a pressurized propellant, carbon tetrachloride is handy for Standings 4 I 3 2 2 3 1 4 June 18, Reds 21, Rexail Drug Astros 8. Reds.: M. Muason Ix3, M. Lemley Ix3, L. Wise Ix3 double, S. Wineland Ix2, T. Stubberfieid 3x5 double, J. Nichols 2x4 triple, C. Sanders Ix4, M. Agnew Ix3, M. Panzo lxl. Astros: J. Naiman Ix2 their double, J. Cranford Ix3, J. 28th at Graham Ix4, S. Padgett lxl. June 19, Knights of Columbus Cards 22, Twins 0. Cards: D. Kumee2x3double, would T. Coon 3x4 double, L Danner Ixl, R. Gren 2x2 hemerun, double, A Keyes Ix1 WLD homerun, B. Mitchell 2x4 two ma triples. Twins: D. Groves Ix2. June 21, Rexall Drug June Astros 21, Knights of RotarY Columbus Cards 7. Astros: Trimbl D. Sibert 2x3, J. Naiman 3x4, Stewart W. Spain 2y,3, B. Relmttaro Mats: 2x4 triple, J. Crawford 2x4, J. Ricetti Graham 3x4. J. Adams 2x3 Iriple. Cards: T. Coon 3x4 June triple,double, J. Reed 2x4 DodgerS Iriple, double, L. Danner lx2, Cubs 2. L. Turner Ix3 double, M. 3x5, T. Huichius 2x3 triple. R. June 21, S&B Construction Reds5, WLD Padres 3. Reds: June M. Lemley 2x3 double, J. I0, Nichols Ix3, L. Wise 2x3, Cubs: double, T. Stubherfmld Ix3 Estrat double, R. Dillard Ix2. Padres: M. Hutchina 2x3, B. Caldwell Ix3, J. 1,trove 2x3 IX2. double, S. Moore Ix3.,, By defeating the Padres the S&B J. Coast. Reds ended the season with a record of IS & o and are Dedgers major league champinns. On A's the 2Bth of June the Reds will Cubs travel to Ukiah and play in an MetS , Intra District Tournament Turbo,AS foresters to carry them into had not die,d the potential the woods for use in clmiusaw fires. Carbon tetrachloride by itself is carcinogenic after repeated exposure and when heated, forms various toxic gases. Thus, untold numbers of persons, attemtping to save themselves from fire in enclosed places, hay inad- vertently gassed themselves in the process. Emphazising that "this is the longest ongoing death investigation that the coroner's office has been involved with," Siebe acknowledbed thai if the boy danger of carbon tetrachloride fire ex- tinguishers would have remained undiscovered. "The problems persists", he said, "that death by phosgene gas inhalation cannot be verified by state or federal laboratories, although the situation has been with us for years." "'Carbon tetrachlorided fire extinuishers come in all forms," Harris said, "from the old glass-hall bombs, small squatly cans, to hand- held extinguishers." The old bras cannister types are popular among youth restoring or customizing automobiles, and  said, he hopes that the Ueaallers will cheek them and have the contents emptied by the fire department or sherriff's office before pelishinw them up to hang in their ears. And definetly not to try emptying them themselves. Another type extinguisher filled with chlorobrome thane (CBM), also illegal and lethal, is often found with the carbon letraehloride ex- tinguishers at flea markets and skin. fell trouble Ihe later, cleaners