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Page, 6. Wednesday, August, 6, 1980 "&apos; " |  ', I I * ' Dirt Clo00erdale pa.icipa00 each " )/) -- held atlndianValleyRanch, involvq Sebastopol. The races are There ,,  ,,,, '   held every Sunday morning, three Clove Many trophies have been from won by the boys seen in the accompanying photos and Golf Notes ...... ...... . :we of the youngest mem- acre d --* T,, , bets, Johnny Meier and the time. By CECIL SMITH This week ,e are really going to live it Up. We are going to play in the 14th Annual Baywood Invitational Golf Tour- nament. This tourney is played Over the beautiful Baywood Country Club Course, just outside of Areata, California. This championship layout is run by Pro Jim Hosley. Thedeal runs over three days with practice on Thursday with an optional twilight mixed two ball and no host cocktails after play First day of play is Friday with breakfast thrown in and the ladies have a luncheon with champagne and a fashion show. Saturday is the second day's play, again with breakfast and also luncheon. In the evening a no host dinner dance with cocktails at seven o'clock. At this time the awards are also given out, and may, do they give out the prizes! The tee prizes each day are well worth the entry fee so you can'tlose, no mailer what. Also, there are other activities such as bridge or for lhat matter golf for the ladies if they wish, so there is no time to fool around and twiddle your thumbs. All in all, it really is a big time event and I am quite happy thai I have been invited to this shindig. Not only that, but the weather is so nice and cool this time of year and the course is ":* in beautiful shape. The setting is among Redwood trees and also they have left the stumps from formei- logging in this area many years ago, in fact, at one time they called this tourney, the "Snag Cassio" in honor of a huge Redwood nag that graces ihe 10[h fairway. It has been strung with lights and at'night looks like a huge candelabrum, thrusting its way to the Sky. By a strange coincidence, boul lwenty-five years ago, we owtmd ahousea short chiP shot away from this great course and but for the graceof you-know-wh(;, would have been a member of Ihis great and beautiful place. However, we had a decision to make and decided to live here in "Bottle Neck City." Such is life in the "Far West" as my dad has often said. However, for all that beautiful green grass, you do pay a premium, the place has an awful lot of fog. True, it is most ly high fog and the rainfall is no greater than it is here, in fact, it nearly is identical with our average. But, o'h my, what a life of Riley. Drive up in your car, your cart is waiting with your clubs all cleaned, go to your locker where your shoes for that day are dry an spikes free of goop, and when you finish your round, step oul of our cart and it is taken away and cleaned and parked for Ihe next day's play. Boy, thai is livingt No locks, no chains, no worries[ These trophies were won by six local boys racing at Indian Valley Ranch in Sebastopol. Races are held every Sunday morning. Six to ten boys from Cloverdale participate each Cloverdale Eagles Football 1980 PHYSICAL EXAMS: Dis Sayre & Jacobs--Make your own appoinlment. Get it done before we smri. Don't forget Drs. have vacation leo. Plan ahead Dr. Vander Weken--Wed. July 23, 2 p.m. PRACTICE: Firsl day of praelice is Monday, ugusl 25. Varsity equipment given ,w Salurday. August 23, at 10 a.m., Girls Gym Seniors and Juni,rs only. J.V. equipment given out Monday. August 25.10a.m., girls gym. week. Several of the boys have raced in national races at Grass Valley and Fremont. Races-are also held at Windsor and Ukiah. Derek Langevin (both just the seven years old) have recently received notice from ,he National Bike Assn. that boys, ,hey are now considered experts, having won all the corn required races in their down cLass,and must race with pracc ,heolder boys. fool Several of the boys have way COIl|pe[ed in national races and just held a Grass Valley and vacant Gremont. There are also kids competing races held at they cot Windsor and Ukiah. most of Dirt bike racing, is a Sophomores and freshmetl -nly. Befire you pick up any equipmew you musl turn m paren permission, in- surance,and physical exam .r,ns , High School office. BE READY! You will be esied on da' .ne on jumps, jumpropes, bench press, and 40 yd. dash imes. If you have ay problems whatsoever. please leave a n|essage wflh ,,he .f the high school secretaries. Thank 3t ,u . Little League meeting All concerned paren are invited to attend our year-end meetimz for Little League on I Seeyouall up'thecrick a ways and when I come down out of Augus 7 a 7:30 p.m. at he mycloud, lwill let you all know how we did. Who cares about Scout Cabin. Any com- scores at a limelike this, o'h yes, thereis a birdie bet hold and plaints or suggestions fl,r he also a daily sweeps. &rry you can't allcome along ! coming year will be heard then. An election of next year's officer will be held at this time. Anyone who wants to donate some time to help the children of our community is invited to attend. Winners of the above trophies, front row. left to right: Toby I.angevin. Derek Langevin and Johnny Meier. Back row. left to right: Jimmy Bowerman, Ponyfall League News f By TON! BORGNA 7  Well it's all over bu( the shouting as the saying goes. The Cloverdale Food" t.,nter Red Sox took first place in the minor league and the Cloverdale Coffee Shop Brewers took first place in the major league Congratulations girls on a great season for both teams! Nex.t week I'll tell you all about the games we have planned for Saturday, August 2. In the morning the minor league teams will play managers, and coaches. This is always a highlight to the season. In the afternoon there will be a potluck and then the trophies will be given oul. After that there is the (big?) moment awaited by all. The major league all- ,stars will play their managers and coaches. This event is going to be, well, if not exciting at the very least hilarous. In years past, the girls and managers and coaches just went out and played. The dults didn'l stand a chance. This year we have a surprise in store for them. we're organized!! Not only do we have managers and Coaches playing but also eam mothers, our scorekeepers and the board. We have had three practices and the girls only had two. We are really going to give herr, a run for their money. Or vise-versa. We are all looking forward Io this and I'll tell you all about it .rtexl week. Our lucky raffle winners for last week are as follows: Friday night we raffled off a plant hanger from Briter Touch and two figurines from he Orange Tree Guess who won. None other than our own Prez, Cherna Alliston. "Saturday' night we had two drawings. The first one was two dinners donated by the Redwood Smorgette. This was won by Larry London. The second was two break- fasts or two lunches donated by the Scandia Restaurant and John Ball won. MINOR LEAGUE July 25. Cloverdale Food Center Red Sox 13. Mary's Texaco Angels 4. For theRed Sox: M. Riehards Ix!, D. Wilson lxl double, M. Lopez lxl homerun, J. Morrow lxl, C. Zumwalt lxl, C. Mathews lxl. For the Angels: A. Sharp Ix2, K. Kemp lx2 double, K. Brown lxl homerun, T. Yaramie 2x2 homerun, J Frederick Ix2. July 26. Wheel Cafe Dodgers 11 Marty's Texaco Angels 7. For .the Dodgers: A. Sharp lxl, K Kemp lxl homerun, T. Yaramie 2x2, L. I I II III I IIII . High* School Sports By JERRY HOUT Just a few weeks ago about 15 Cloverdale wrestlers at- tended a special wrestling camp at Squaw Valley, California. The camp is run by Vaughn Hitchcock, who coaches the Cal Poly college .team. Around 200 boys participate each week and learn from some of the best college wrestlers around. High school wrtlers Gary Stewart, Henry Telz, Randy Hlbbeln, Todd Ridgway, Don Silrt and Dave .Rieatti at- tttl muihad most of flair way paid by assistant coach John Thompson. He donated all of his coaching pay to aid he young wrestlers in working to improve their skills. Jr. high wrestlers al: tending the camp included Tim Mack, Tim O'Hara, Sean Thompson, Tom Trimble, Jim Hunl, Ted Trimble, Brandon Doble, Steve Retherford and Steve Michelon. All of these ,young men should contribute to a strong high school wrestling program this year Woody 2x2 double For the Angels: M. chardson 2x3 double, G. Colin 2:<2 triple, K. Ronllund lx2, DI Gardner 2x2 riple. Standings Win I JOss Tie Red Sox 12 0 Dodgers 3 8 1 Angels 2 9 1 MAJOR LEAGUE July 25. First National Bank Phillies 13. Toni's Pizza Orioles 8. F.r he'Phillies: M. Embry 2x5, N. Tobenor 2x4, J. Hum lxl, B. Strawn Ix4. S. Brazzell 4X5, C. Kemp" Ix4. double, C. Yeazell lx5 ;riple, B. Traglia 2x2, R. Nielson Ix4. For the Orioles: G. Butler lxl. R. Wilson Ix3, K Thompson Ix5 double.'A. Young lxS,D Lovato lx4 July 26. Cloverdale Coffee Shop Brewers 11, First National Bank Phillies 5. For .he Br'ewers: S. Schmid, 2x5. I). Dalbec Ix3. For he Phhillies: S. Brazzell 2x3 riple. R. Npelson lx2, C. Yeazell Ix3 riple. B. Xtrawn Ix2. N. Tobenor lxl. M. Embry lxl. P. Hearn lx3 riple. 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