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Page 8- Wednesday, September 10, 1980 i air Note By CECIL SMITH The last "Couples Doubles" for this year was played last Tuesday evening. Fifty-eight players showed up and to top the list of winners was the names of Art Rosen-Fritz Kennedy tied with Elmer Rogert-Rena Phillips at 40. Adjusted scores then read Art Rosen-Fritz Kennedy low net with 28f Elmer Rogert-Rena Phillips low gross 29V4. Winners of the high gross spot was Rollo Bandlera-Adamae Rege, 61. Other scores were May Berta Cooper-Bill Cooper 50%. Naomi Peterson-Bob Whitham (there's that Pro again, good boy, Bob! ) Tied Ollie-Bandiera-Gene Rege 32. Alice Bidwell-Earl Osborne tied Kay Rogers-Major Phillips, 32. Onlta Pellegrini-Rich Pellegrini 32%. Lil Peterson-Clif Peterson, 33. Edith Turpin-Chas. Wight, June Jones-Ken Venable, Mary Smith-Cecil Smith all tiedat 33%. Sally Daws-Art Larson, . Alice Ranfl-Art McCafery tied Theresa Boucher-Frency " Boucher, 35. Evie Rutharford-Ed Rutherford, 351/4. Jacque McCnllough-Bob McCullough, 35=/4. Beulah McCaffery-Diclt ' Banff, 36. Ellie Wight-Frank Turpi,36. Gerry Barbieri-Zip Barbieri 36 =/4. Jo Osborn-I)uke Bidwell, 38/4. Helen Rosen- Jim Clark tied Rose Benson-John Ingram, 39.- Adamae Rege- ROllo Bandiera, 41. Mrs. and Dr. Jacobs, 43. Ann Ingram- Nels Benson, 46. 'lhat winds up the j0mt-activities for the year and brings up the next big deal which is the Club Championship. I have been reminded that all players wishing to participate in this go round must sign up and also pay their men's club dues. Qualifying dates are 9-21 and 9-28. Final play Oct. 5 Trophy dinner dance Saturday, Oct. 25. Last weekend we went down to the Santa Rosa Fairgrounds i ;to visit and listen to the piping of the Clans ! Many people, that ,. obvimmly have no ear for this stirring music, liken the sound to a rig cauaht in a vicket fence or a badly squeaking brake on a truck! I would like to inform those of you that are ignorant i of the facts that these pipes were theinstruments that stirred theclanstobattle! (I-have heard rumors among the non- il-'ievers, that they could understand why!) Needless to say, I love the pipes and never tire of them. I have a great many records and when the occasion arises that I must frighten the r birds out of my backyard, I slip on a few martial tunes from the pipes and 1o and behold, the birds are out of the corn in no. time! One thing I cannot get used to and that is going to the restroom minding my own business and suddenly spying a skirt standing along side of you! Shakes one up a bit, I must say! See you all up the crick away, and if any of you have birds that need frightening off the garden, let me know and I will bring my pipe records over for that matter even un- wanted company have been known to scurry off when the pipes begin! Pearson, Alan Meyer. Third row: Shown in the photo are the members of the 1980 Cloverdale High School Varsity Football team. Left to right, front row: Joe Madrid, Scott Seanor, Dave Traglia, Bryce Calvert, Bob Estes and Marvin Meyer. Second row: Paul Toainato, Jim Lampert, Ken Baumgardner, Gary Stewart, Shane Young. Paul Rich Rowland, Walter Fritz, Jan Herb Lampert, Jerry Novak, Greg Stewart, Tim Retherford and Sam Photo by Bob Trusler. Baby Oil [ Intensive Care [ Oil of Olay J Phisoder? Jergens Soap -'- i.. , s 1, [ Lotion, .....:, 6 Ckmr ounce ounce Complexion, Men's Softball The play-off game for 2nd Any team that hasn't paid Congratulations to Perry's M place in the mens' softball all of their money for the team 1st place going un- league was played Wed- league please do so as soon as defeated through the entire nesday night between I.T. and Auto Parts teams. Auto Parts won with a score of 6-5. I.T. took the lead in the top of the Ist inning with 2 runs but Auto Parts' scored 3 in the bottom of the first inning. I.T. comes back in the 3rd with 3 runs to take lead again, and held Auto Parts until the 5th where they scored I run. I.T. went scored less the rest of the game but Auto Parts licks up 2 runsin bottom of 7th to win the game. Winning pitcher Bradford walking 5 and giving up 6 hits. Losing pitcher Lovato walking only 2 and giving up 8 hits. Hitting for Auto Parts: Staey 2x3, Lingo 2x3, Menicucci 2x4, Lombardi, Stanley each one hit. For IN.: Gene Jojola 2x3, Gi[ Jojola, Tellez, Daunch, B. Jojola, each one hit. possible so all the hills can be paid. You can give it to Robert Davis or Jim Wirt. There was only two games last week on Tuesday to wind up the men's league. First game was played between Dante and Rolando. Final score was Dante 13, Rolando 6. Hitting for Dante Hawthorne 2x3, Giampaoli 2x4, Hamner 3x5, Bird 2x5, Garace, Panky, and Holt each one hit. For Rolando Bate 2x4 (HR), Ackerman, Price, Evans, Hampton, and McEntiry each one hit. Second game is I.T. over Grapevine 7-3. I.T. receiving 7 runs on 6 hits, Grapevine 3 runs on 7 hits. Hitting for I.T.: Spelbring 3x4, Geue Jojola 2x4, B. Jojola one hit. For Grapevine: F. Davis 2x3, R. Davis 2x4, Shmitz (HR), Kemp, Demmattii each one hit. league. There will be a playoff for second place between I.T., 2nd place winner of 1st hall, and Auto Parts, 2nd place winner of 2nd hall. This game will be played Thurs. night, Sept. 4. League Standings 2nd Hall Wins Loss Tie Perrys 8 0 Auto Parts 6 2 I.T. 5 3 Grapevine 5 3 Dante 4 3 1 Rolando 3 5 Encore 2 4 2 Chem West 1 7 Geyser Peak 0 7 ! Fair fishing expected this weekend Northern California lakes and streams are expected to offer fair fishing this weekend with a few spots yielding good prospects, PG&E Stream Scouts report. The extreme fire hazards aug exist in many dry areas and fishermen should con- tinue exercising caution. Here are some Northern California weekend picks by the PG&E Stream Scouts: Lake Mdoeino has been one of the better fishing areas for the past several weeks and the situation likely will remain the same. Angling is considered good at the lake. The Sacramento and Pit Rivers are expected to offer fair to good fishing while Lake Pillsbury and the South Fork of the Yuba River yielding similar prospects. Coastal fishing is rated as fair. Kosk, Roaring, Hatchet, and Montgomery creeks are good prospects for anglers this weekend. Trinity, Lewiston, and Whiskeytown Lakes may be a little slower but are rated as fair. Baum and Crystal Lakes continue to be fair to good bets while Antelope and Mill Creeks are considered fair. Also expected to yield fair fishing are Iron Canyon Reservoir and Shasta Lake. Junlor class plans for food concessions at games The junior class at the high school is planning to put in an all-out effort for con- cessions at football and basketball games this year. Those persons wanting someting more substantial than what has been offered in the past will be able to get what they want. In addition to the regular items sold, the juniors will be fixing chili dogs, chili bowls and bar- becued hamburgers. The extra food and effort on their part is an attempt to raise larger sums of money. The hopes are that with this supplemental money, next year's senior trip, wherever it may be (possibly even Hawaii), is not so exhor- bitantly priced that only a few can afford to go. So, support the junior class' in their efforts. Eat your dinner next Friday night at the football game! Robert Jelron Completes recruit training Robert Jelron of River fields, drill, Naval history and first. Road, Cloverdale, California, Included in his studies were aid. He joined the Navy in has completed recruit seamanship, close-order June, 1960. training at the Naval 00.i00ng c00ter, San 00ego, Birth California. During the eight-week training cycle, he studied general military subjects designed to prepare itlm for further academic and on-the- job training in one of the Navy's 8S basic occupational Allison Kunkle Audrey and Nash Knnkle of Campbell are proud to an- nonnce the birth of their daughter, Allison Gall. The infant was born at 2:50 a.m. on August 12. She is welcomed by a brother, Aaron, age two, and mer maternal grandparents, Ed and Marion Hac ela, of Cloverdale and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. tester Kunkile of Standard, California. Agree Safeway For COMPARE 00S15 ' ONE-STOP OUR PmRIoCES ' SHOPPING SAVB Mouthwash Bufferin 'l Kodak Rim t. count 60 ............ !'"-- ........  I, t0000$139 '.'  I Fabric Softener 5 9 IY i ! Popov Vodka I 7Cld.Brk* o.-.-IvrY Liquid .,, 80 proo, 1 ._ o_. $129 ?s  20 OFF Lancers Los Hermanos  AN EXPRESS .... 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