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Page 6 - Wednesday, July 9, 1980 ""' ' Ponytail League News Sports ByTONI BORGNA managers. So don't forget June 28. Wheel Cafe July 20th. Plan on it? Dodgers 13, Marty's Texaco O'qr raffles are going very "hgels 12. For the Dodgers: Well here we are again and well also. Dr. Johnson (our C. -emp 2x3 double and will be for three more weeks, chiropractor) won the socket triple, \\; L. Woody Ix2 Everything is moving right set donated by Professional homerun, E. Blagg lxl, K. along and everyone seems to Parts Inc., and Mr. Kemp .Brown 1x2 homerun, T. behavinga good time, what ( Cindy's dad ) won the 2 pasta Yarimi lxl homerun, A. with all of our moneymaking dinners donated by Mama Sharp Ixl. J. Frederick lxl , projects and the very exciting Nina's. souvle, S. Brown lxl double, G league. Speaking of fun Minor League For the Angels: M. projects don't forget the one June 27, Cloverdale Food Richardson lx2 triple, K. coming up on July 20th. We Center Red Sox 15. Wheel Stuber lx3 double, Peterson By CECIL SMITH I must admit that this column is written with mostly local people in mide, since other golf news is printed in the H'burg wrapper, which as far as I know, few of us are subscribers. So if your scores, golf that is, or names are not appearing, just hold your horses and sooner or later if the copy is available, your prowess on the playing field will be recorded for posterity! One guy I know when his name appears here throws a tantrum, bitinhis nails and any day now I expect to see him lie on the floor and start kicking his heels! So perhaps we should let sleeping dogs lie and stick with known quantities. Last week some of the local gals played in the S.R. Country Club Invitational. The team of Mary Smith, Ann MeGrew, Bey Justis and Kay Barrett won third place. The team of Jacqule McCullough, Fran Parker, Sam Blast and Betty C, arnahan took fourth. Ann McGrew also won a 24 K gold plated putter for closest to the 173 yard 17th. The theme was called "Come to the Fair" and they actually had two milk cows for a milking contest! It doesn't say here who won this affair, but what next? Sheep dog trials? I know a few old boys that have been milked, but only by sharpy sand baggers and it was dollars not milk[ I haven't played much golf lately, so I don't know what has occur, red on the playing field. My green-eyed bill collector (O'h my, don't let me see them ! ) has decided to enclose our patio, for which I was very much opposed, as that means work as well as getting rid of numerous green baclCs ? Since all this activity was going on in the back I decided that I would paint the house, and if we had to sell the place to pay the liens thereon, it would look nice for .whomever took over. So. as the old saying goes, "What's for the goose is also for the gander," I hired a lad that just . graduated from high school to do the job, by the name of Andy Ojeda. Now there is a fine broth of a lad! Not only is he a good worker and a very careful painter, he doesn't chew tobacco, smoke pot or dope, use hard likker and is on the job when he says he will be ! I'II tell you, that kind of person is hard to find among the young people these days ? I have a few grand kids myself and work to most kids these days is for the old folks. And besides that, he is an abalone hunter and a good one. I know that because he brought me one the other day and how he manages to findonly the tender ones, I do not know! How long has it been since your contractor brought you an abalone? His dad and mum, as well as his grandparents, the Ralph Warners, can be mighty proud of this lad ! See you all up the crick a ways and did you know that some of the lumber that went in that patio had a price tag of $1150 per thousand feet? I used tobe connected with the wood business as my wife calls it, and times have sure changed[ Aweet, ho am I going to sleep this nite?  . Men's Softball Tuesday night brings Dante and Perrys team to the park at 6:45 to play ball. After "seven full innings Perrys wins another without much trouble. Final score Perrys I0, Dante 0. Dante only getting five hits off of Perrys pitcher Carneggie. For Perrys Dale 3x5, Bundsen 2x4, Lazzarini 2x5, Olson 2x5, Carnieggie Buretta, Christianson I. hit Aline. H.R. For Dante: Giampoli, Valeacia, Holt, Pankey, Rege all one hit. Second game Auto Parts and Grapevine. Grapevine squeezing out one more win with a tight score 7-5. Each team with six hits. Winning pitcher Davis lossing pitcher Bradford. Hitting for Grapevine: Borgna 2x3, Antolini HR, Angeli, F. Davis, R. Davis each 1 hit.. For Auto Parts: Domenichelli 2x4, Lombardi, Bradford, Lingo, Hine, 1 hit a piece. Thursday night action, Chem West and Rolando. Chem West outscoring Rolan- de 9 to 6. For Chem West: Putts 2x3, Catteroon, Huff- man. Bald, Livett 1 hit apiece. H.R. for Morgan. For Rolando: Bate 2x4, Ackerman 2x4, Evans 2x4 hr., Schuler, Hampton, Thieman each 1 hit. Second game Thursday S.T. and Geyser Peak. I.T. holding Geyser Peak to 2 hits and a scoreless game. Final score I.T. 17- Geyser Peak 0. Hitting for I.T.: Tellez 3x5, Brown 2x3, Blackwell 2x4, Spellbring, G. JoJla, B. Jojola, Grove each ote hit. Lovato H.R. For Heyser Peak: Pigani and Larie 1 hit. Joe DiMaggio News On Sunday June 22, Preston Lumber Co. Joe DiMaggion Team downed Cardinal Newman in a double header at Cloverdale City Park. The first game was won by a score of 19-7. Pitcher John Graham got the win, Troy Blank took the loss. The second game was worn by Cloverdale 6-5. Brian Cissna was the winning pitcher and Tim Brown the loser. In the first game: C'happell lx5, C'uneo Ix2, Lemiey 4x3, Daly lx2, Hunt lx2, Graham 2x3, Novak (Jerry) lx2, Garrett Ix3. The second game: Cueno 1x3, Lemley 3x4, Daly 2x4, Hunt 3x4, Jan Novak Ix2, will be having a "FUN DAY" at the Citrus Fairgrounds, so tell all of your friends and bring the family. There will be games with prizes for the winners, a cakewalk, food and drink, and last but not least the "DUNI TANK" where you can dunk the ump and various coaches and Care Dodgers 5. For the Red Sox: B. Estrada 2x2, D. Wilson 3x3 all doubles, R. Colin 2x2 -double and Perlenfein lx2, M. Richards homerun, P. Jump 2x2double lx2, T. Tindall lx2. For the and homerun, K. Ronlund Dodgers: M. Ponzo Ix2, A. lx2, K. Whitaker lx2. Ricord lx2. L. Devine lx2, K. Brown Ix2, C. Kemp lxl Major League double, L. Woody lx2 June 27, First National homerun. Bank Phillies 13, Tent's Pizza Orioles 10. For the Phillies: M. Embry 2x2, V. Madrid 2x2, P. Hearn 3x3, J. Hunt lxl. L. London 2x2, C. Kemp 2x4, S. Brazzell lx3, R. Nielsen 2x3. For the Orioles: G. Butler 2x4, A. Young 2x3, K. Thompson 2x3, E. Domenichelli 2x4, R. Wilson lx4, J. Persons Ix2. June 28, First National Bank Phillies 18, Cloverdale Coffee Shop Brewers 11. For the Phillies: V. Madrid lxl, 2x3 homerun, R. Ball Ix3, K. Nairnan lx3 homerun, G.. B. Strawn Ix2, N. Tobenor Ix2. M. Embry lx2, B. Traglia 2x3 double, L. London 1x2, C. Kemp 2x4, S. Brazzell 3x3 double, R. Nielson lx4. For the Brewers: D. Dalbec lx4, T. Mathews lx4 triple, M. Vice 3x5 double, S. Schmidt Ix2 triple. Tennis Club celebrates Tennis Week The Cloverdale Tennis Club celebrated National Tennis Week June 21-28 with two tournaments at the high school courts. Mixed Doubles June 28 , A blazing sun beat down on the finalists in the Cloverdale Tennis Club - Lipton Ice Tea Mixed DoubLes Tournament Saturday, June 28. Ed Pawlan and Emily Cottrell had already defeated Lloy and Ginnie Price 6-3, 6- 3 and John and Lisa Reece 6- 0, 6-0. They were playing for the championship against Tom and Janelle Adamson of Wickiup Tennis Club. Pawlan-Cottrell won the first set 6-4. In the second set of the three set match the score was 6-6. A tie-breaker began to decide the second set winner. .From the comfort of a shady lawn the Sl:ctators could see the players were wilting in the hot sun. But Ed Pawlan and Emily Cottrell overcame the heat to win the tie breaker 7-6; the set 7.6 and the match and tournament. The win entitles Pawlan- Coitrell to play in the Lipton Ice Tea sectional tournament in San Francisco on July 19. The Adamsons got to the finals by beating Cliff Smoot and Margaret Brown 4.6, 6-3, 6-3. John and Lisa Reece defeated Chris Dixon and Sharon Reddy 6-2, 6-2. The consolation round was won by Ginnie and Lloyd Price over Cliff Smoot and Margaret Brown 6-3, 6-3. Men's Singles June 21-11 On June 21 and 22 the Cloverdale Tennis Club Men's Singles Tournament was played. Richard Diaz defeated Cliff Smoot 6-2, 6-2 to win the championship. To get into the finals, Diaz defeated Jon Scarlett 2-6, 6-2, 6-2 and Randy Vaughn 6-3. 6-1. Cliff Smoot got to the semi-finals by defeating Chris Dixon 6-3, 7.6 and Run Calloway 7-5, 6-4. Diaz played steady tennis relying on his looping topspin shots to set up the winning points. Other scores: Jtian Scarlett d. Pens 6-1, 6-3. Ed Pawlan d. Don Hosford 7-5, 6- 1. Roland Calloway d. John Reece 6-1, 6-2. Little League News At the Little League tournament on Tuesday, July 1st the S&B Const. Reds suffered their first loss in tournament play. They were defeated by a good hitting South Ukiah team 9 to 3. The Reds managed 4 hits highlighted by a homerun over the centerfield fence by Lonnie Wise. Wise also singled, Steve Wineland and Chris Sanders also singled for the Reds. On Wednesday July 2nd, the Reds bounced back with a 15 to 4 victory over Willits Spencer Vail 255-644: Mike Kirk 221-594. Thur. Morn Better ttalf Whittaker, Naiman & Beebe 22 10 Damon. Solz & Peter- ' son 20 12 Sluber. Stuber & Manion 17 15 Jojola. Brown & Spelbring 15 17 Groom, McGahey & Snellgrove 14 18 Alliston, Carlon & Marin- cin 8 24 Sara Stuber 186-531; Julia Little League. The Reds hitting attack was led by winning pitcher Greg Faber who was 4x5 at the plate, including a home run over the left field fence, a double and 2 singles. Other hitters for The Reds: Tracy Stubberfield 2x3 double and single, Steve Wineland 2x5, two singles, Lonnie Wise, Jason Nichols, Mike Panzo and Mike Agnew also collected singles for The Reds. The Reds also played an outstanding defensive game. Naiman 205-502; Thalma Groom 170496. Thurs. Fun League Vaughan & Bar- ney lgl,= 9t/2 The Four Seeds 19 13 Valenzuela & Marley 16 16 'aughan & Hohn- ston 14' 17', Treys Team 13 19 Hoyer &Menicucci II 17 3-6-9 night 4 games Dliff Johnston 235-859; Ann Squier 209-774. Bowling Scores Men. Mixed Fours fer 14 18 River Rats 19 9 Goodinan, Wilson & Ricarol No. 2 17 11 Vail 13 19 GarrettLogging 15 13 Jim Wirt 232-651; Nathan RicarolNo. 1 13 15 Hieter 199-511; Dan Wirt 183- The Kirks 10 18 503. B.Si&*co:  10 18 " Mike Kirk 195-537; Ken Wed. Scratch Fours Kirk 193-530; Connie Kirk 180- Pardini's Body-Shop 4 0 490. Damerow & AsSoc. 3 l Pick's Drive-In 2 2 Tue. Adult Jr. Trio Garrett Logging 2 . 2 Wirls& Keyes 21 11 ThePizza Queen 2 2 Ball Natensledt & United Vinlners 2 2 Hieter 19 13 Boise Cascade 1 3 The Conrads 16 !.6 Clvd. Auto Parts 0 4 Sumpter, Martin & Schief- Dave Cravford 265-662: Super midget auto races at Chris Beck Arena Hoping to ward off challenges from locals, Danny O'Neil, Windsor, and Charlie Hayes, Healdsburg, Rich Bussell, Saratoga, will be back this year to defend his super midget racing championship, Monday Night July 14. Bussell, who will again drive his higly modified Volkswagen powered open wheel race car, won five races on the Bay Cities Racing Association super midget circuit last season. Challenges from other lop drivers in Ihe field will in- elude three past champions, led by Floyd Alvis of San Carlos. Sharing two titles with Alvis is San Jose's Bobby Morrow who will also pilot a VW powered machine. Four-time champ Hank Butcher of San Leandro will attempt to conquer the Christ Beck oval in one of Jim Montgomery's famed Of- fenhauser powered super midgets. The BCRA racing program will begin at 7 p.m. with time trials. Racing will com- mence at 8 p.m. with the trophy dash, followed by four heat races, a semi-main and the climatic main event. Tickets for the races are win and Aguire the loss. Hitters for Cloverdale both games: Cuneo 4x8, Hunt 3x6, Daly 2x7, Lemley lx5, Rowland 3x7, Chappell 4x5, . Graham Ix6. Gianoli 3x3. On Saturday June 28 Preston Lumber Company traveled to Sebastopol for a double header at Analy High School. Cioverdale won the first game 5-1. Lemley was the winning pitcher. Her- nandez took the loss. The second game was won by a score of 9-2. Graham took the Sunday evening Cloverdale will travel to Ukiah, July 12 for a double header at Anton Stadium. 4 by 4 sled pull at Sonoma County Fair Wheel Driie Pulling Association, Turlock, Ca., and tickets are $1 for adults and children. Participants can enter up to the day of the event, but there is a limit of 60 vehicles. Fees are $15 and $20. Other sporting events at Chris Beck Arena during the fair are the Cotton Rosser Flying U. Rodeo on Friday and Saturday, July 11 and 12; the Destruction Derby Sunday, July 13; Midget Car races Monday, July 14; and Motorcycle Races Tuesday, July 15. All these shows start at 8 p.m. and4ickets range from $2.50 to $5 for adults, $1 for children. Will the four-wheel drive vehicle pull the 30,000 pound weight the required length, or will it spin out, lose its traction and the prize money? That is the question thousands of viewe of four wheel drive pulling contests ask themselves while wat- ching competitors in this fast growing sport which will be featured this year at the Sonoma County Fair at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 16. The fair runs from July 7 through 19 at the Santa Rosa fairgrounds. Called a 4 by 4 sled pull, there are six classes ranging from beginner stock through super modified vehicles, .'I lU'se is $1,250. This event is Free draft counseling available trained counselors. The Santa Rosa location will be open from 3 Io'9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday (phone 526- 3906), and the one in Cotati from 1 to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday t phone 664- 2582). As of Monday, June 30, the Sonoma County Draft Cousseling Center opened its doors for those wishing counseling and information on registration, the draft and their alternatives. Registration is scheduled to available before the fair opens, at the administration building of the county fair. After the gates open July 7, there will be a special box office outside the main High- way 12 gate for tickets, so that the purchasercan drive right up without parking or entering the fairgrounds. NOW One Local Number For All Your Travel Needs Call Louise * Andersen 894-4190 COMPLETE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS - NO CHARGE FOR OUR SERVICE Travel Service 6920 COMMERCE BI.VD ROHNERT PARK TERRY HAEHL , Manager smetioned by Western Four begin on Monday, July 21st. The Draft Counseling Center will have two locations, one at 1717 Yulupa Ave. in Santa Rosa, and another in the Student Union at Sonoma State University. At both centers counseling will be available on a drop-in basis and will be done by Little tournament On July 3rd the S&B Const. Reds improved their tour- for the nament record to 4 wins and 1 loss. Reds Behind another outstanding pitching performance by second Lonnie Wise, the Reds The handed the South Ukiah Champs their 1st loss 5 to 1. Wise struck 8 while giving up just 5 hits. He was also at aided by some fine defensive plays by his teammates. The Reds were led at the from plate by Greg Faber who had 2 singles in 3 at bats. Matt to Lemley and Steve Wineland also collected hits for the rides Reds. stands. On July 4th the Reds faced Reds. the South Ukiah Little Teal League. In the championship game the Reds fourth game Lormie in as many days. The Reds berfidd were defeated 12 to 3. Tracey Slubberfield led the Reds at Greg the plate with two hits in Mark three at bats. Run Dfllard Jason Bridge win Due to the holiday weekend 1st - ' the duplicate bridge game Hunter. had a rather low attendance 2rid - but the competition was as great as ever. The teams with the high scores at the 3rd " July 3rd game were: merso St. Peter's 25th BARBI Sunday, July Cloverdale Steak $5.00 I Serving from noon Bring Your Own Tickets Availabk First Nat'l Bank & Shop Lunch Or Choose From Our We're Open Every Day Closed tP e Redwood 504 N. Find Your in our Classified Marketplace Win o FREE LU at the Hungry H Each Week - we'll be selecting a name from list and placing it somewhere in the Classified Marketplace -- our If your name appears- simply stop by the Hungry form of I.D. and enjoy a delicious lunch with our Famous Hungry Hutch [:)eli Sandwich Delicious Salad Soft Drink The Hungry Hutch Sandwich Shop & Deli 113 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Must be claimed within 1 week of