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September 3, 1980

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Page 10 - Wednesday, September 3, 1980 Golf Notes  ii  ,: i:/ 7: ; I Might as well get the dull stuff over as soon as possible. I say dull because it is two weeks old by the time it sees the light of day in this column, nevertheless, here are the winners in the Kassin Scramble Tournament played 8-17 and 8-24. 1st, team of E. Rogers, W. lverson, A. Rosen, A. Vasconi, 127. This team won by a play off on the third extra hole by a birdie, nked by good old Waldo against the team of R. Bush, B. Warnick, G. Rege, Len Mittlestadt, 127 . 3rd place., C. Moranda, B. Hines, A. Navarro and Bob McCullough, 128. Closest to the hole won by Marty Hamberg, 3 feet, 61/4 inches. Next big tournament will be the Club Championship. Qualify dates for the Championship Flight will be 9-21 and 9- 28. Final playoff shot on 10-5. Now for the nitty gritty. All entrants must sign the entry sheet at the Pro Shop. Also, all players must have paid their dues. The entry fee for the Tournament is three bucks, and all those that are in the qualifying rounds must play with a member. While we are on the had news, you are reminded that Men's Club dues are now current and should be paid on or before the first Club dinner meeting, which will be the third Tuesday in September of the 16th of that month. Dues are 50"round ones" in case you want to float a loan! Also again, do not forget when attending the Club dinner to bring your piggy bank as I presume Dr. Campbell will he there with his gavel. This Dr. Campbell is not the one that extracts teeth from humans, but shows a fine talent forgetting your moneY's worth. Anyhow, be there and you will find out exactly how it works. Any other questions you have will be taken care of at the Pro Shop. I am extremely sorry to hear that another old friend and fellow golfer has left us. Bill Doyle was connected with the lumber industry and he and I have had many long discussions over the years. Bill was an off and on golfer and I mean by that, that he played when he had the time and would have played much more if time had spared him. I shall miss his ready Irish wit and, of course, the map-of-ireland smile. A real great guy. I hear that the next couples doubles will, on Sept. 2, be the last for this year. It doesn't seem possible but Fall is here and consequently the daylight hours are growing shorter, so we must call off our little get togethers for now. So make it a big one and everybody show up for one last hurrah of the season! I, for one, enjoy these things and I hear slight whispers that, of course, he enjoys them. It is an excellent way to get a good cheap meal with a little inexpensive libations thrown in for good measure. If Idon't watch out for "auld mon," who else is going to? See you all up the crick aways and take care ! i !i LI , 7> :Z : "' " Ray Crumb, son of Manuel and Louise Crumb of Cloverdale, is shown on his Yamaha motorcycle. Ray, who is 8 years old, has won 24 trophies in two years in moto-cross racing. Two of his trophies shown are for second place at Indian Dunes at Valencia, California, an(, fourth place at the Honda National at Whitney, Texas. Next week he'll be competing at tht AME Sanction Races at Sprocket Park in Bakersfield. Photo by Janice. E!ght year old moto-cross rld:L wins 24 trophies By SEYMOUR and quite surprisingly beat modified for ages 6-8 year his opponents. Of the twenty- olds. In the first race, he fell, four trophies he has acquired but placed 8th. In the second Cloverdale has an eight in his race's, the most prized race he did better but only year old moto-crogs rider who trophy is a 31-inch trophy finished 6th in his class. recently competed at the won at the Nationals held in Honda nationals held in Lake Texas. The trophy was for When he entered in the Jr. Whitney,Texas, August 1, 2, fourth in the 9-11 year old jr. Modified open for 9-11 year and 3. Ray Crumb, an avid modified open class, olds, all which probably have rider since the age of four, faster bikes and have been has been in competition At these races in Texas riding longer, he ran a fourth racing for the last three there were riders from nine place, surprising his com- years, different regions across the petitors. In the second race United States. Ray competed he ran a 5th place. Ray is an Ray mostly competes in two races for each class exceptional rider for his age. against riders of his own age, entered. The first class in Congratulations Ray for but on several occasions, has which he was entered was the your superb sportsmanship raced in a higher age group Jr. Cycle Open for bikes and show of good talent. m" in a larger bike size (C.C.) under 61cc stock and Keep up the hard work. Coach Gerald Huot has been giving the new Eagle's Varsity Football team a work out this past week getting the team ready for the opening game on September 13. 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