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F Page 10 Cloverdale Reveille October 20, 1982 Eagi fall to Clearlake Cardinal , 3 CHS Eagles squared off against the Clearlake Cardinals. The Eagles are having a tough year coming off last year's League Championship. IIII I Follow the Eagles to St. Helena this Friday... Support your teams. ".Cloverdale. ptay,ng in its secb league game a- gainst'Glearlake was des- troyed 35-0 by the talented Cardinals The Eagtes received the kick-off but were unable to advance the ball. Clearlake struggled for 2 downs and then on a screen pass picked up a hrst down. From that point on they ran at will. as the Eagle line- backers were unable to stop runners Berger and Sap. At evenings end Clear- lake had rushed for 210 yds and 2 rushing TDs. In addihon. QB Scott Tabor threw to each of his ends and Chip Berger for 3 more TDs. At half-time the Cards led 28-0 Cloverdaie's only high points revolved around the passing offense. Sopho- more QB Craig Bergman completed 24 of 41 passes for 195 yds. Leading re- ceivers were Jim Keyes 11 for 105. Jeff Lawson 2 for 10, Eric Botkin I for 11. Todd Ridgway 7 for 45, and Mike Pang 2 for 24. In addition, a penalty re- moved a Todd Ridgway catch and Eagle receivers dropped 5 passes Cloverdale was definitely hurt by the loss of defen- sive star Joe Trammel. A knee injury caused him to mss this game. He wilt be out the rest of the season. Dan Wirt, starting def. back and p',acekicker, also missed the game because of an ankle sprain in a P.E. class This affected the Eagles pass defense great- ly. Hopefully the Eagles, off to their worst start in years, will get it together against St. Helena on Friday night. Dr. Edward F. Johnson Personal Injury ;pine Insurrce Cases Work Comp Pvf edic are Nutrition 109 S. Main St Mon-Fri 9-6, Sat 9-12 !:: ! if' i 1 The championship of the the light of day. Men's Golf Club was de- The dinner is being plan- cided last Sunday, Oct. 10. ned for the third Tuesday of He is, as expected, Chris the month which will fall on Moranda. This man form- Oct. 19th. I have not been Where to ride? Prospective BMXers. Left to right: Brandon Mills, Troy Marsh, Rickey London, Mike Martin. Cloverdale 's moto-cross erly worked in the Pro Shop on thecoursetoptayfora BMX'00rs.00,:,00eed to ride and on the curse, so he few weeks,%so I cannot cor- has had worlds of exper- rectlyreP the condition  fence and time to practice, existing, but 1 presume, it our "ProSpectiveBMX - : Rickey Lopden rides on Brandon Milis, who ride a converted ten-speed, rides all around town. "When we have a soccer game, my brother and I race down here." The bikers all agreed that riding helped them in other sports as well. "It keeps you fit." said Mike. "If you ride alot it really builds your legs." said Rickey. "Up hills especially" ad- ded Brandon. "It really de- velops your balance and timing" commented Troy. Asked if they would like to compete, Rickey Landon gave an emphatic "Yeah!" is playable. I have con- Other winners were: quered the bug except for Pres. flight, Tom Montoya the perennial runny nose d. G. Armitage 2 up. 1st and a hacking cough, but flight, E. Venter d, Bob the fourth lumbar hangs Davis on the 18th hole. 2nd on. flight, W. Cockran d.J. As you will find out as Koepf 2 up. 3rd flight, F. the years catch up with you, Boucher won over J. Lyle it takes longer to accom- by default. 4th flight, J. plish these things! Which Vadond. H. Petri4&3.5th brings me to more impor- flight, T. Gillaspie d, R. rant things in life, such as Bandiera 7 & 6. the return of my back yard - birds. Each year as Winter The lad he defeated is passes by and Spring ap- the youngest player ever to preaches, my birds that I compete in this annual faithfully feed each year tournament. He is only 16 during Winter, take off. years of age and the score Where they go, I do not here is not important, know. I know that a bird is There is a vast difference only interested in having between playing against enough to eat, a place to your high school buddies sleep and lay an egg or two. and going up against a This, Categorically, is my golfer of winning calibre. concept Of life, except that I Watch this lad next year. have no desire to lay an egg He is, along with his golf- ing friends, young Rosa or to even p'a.y house, as far as that goes. But I see no and Andrade, going places point in leavin each Spring in this game. to do all these things. I am In the Consolation play- perfectly content when I offs, E. Rogers will'play E. have plenty to eat, a good Harper Sat. Oct. 16th. bed, a "wee drapo' Hoe- Pres. fl. A. Knight d. J. land Dew" towards night- Whitton 4 & 3. 1st fl. C. fall and the chance to knock Mudd d. B. Mulgrew on a few "gauf balls" around the 18th. 2nd fl: L. Vergari the local cow pasture! Oh I (;t G. Rege 1 up. 3rd fl. M. don't want to do these 'tandon d. B. Stratton 2 up. .things by myself. I dearly :4th fl, D. Ranft d. P. appreciate, the presence of Fi'asquini 2 up. 5th fl. G. my green-eyed bill collec- Sessna d. h. Mittlestadt 2 tot and in truth, I don't u.p. That takes care of the know what I would do major tournaments this without her! Man, in my v'ear and aH others will be estimation, was put here on cidental. I don't know earth to find a mate. Not ,ow the ancient city in the any mate, but THE mate. ,far east made out but t There is a difference, I have ]iresume they had a goodly found out. Now I am being *umber of subscribers and philosophical and this is no all taxes will probably be place for that. See you all settled at the monthly din- up the crick aways and with nor which as usual will be a 4th lumbar, you sit and held before this notice sees wait! II ors displayed their skills the 4-wheel drive trails Saturday at Washington near the First Street School. All agreed Troy bridge. Marsh could ride the best "1 was coming down a "wheeley". steep part. hit a rock and Says Troy: munched it The bike kept "I'd compete if I had a going and the brake cable good enough bike." and seat pad got torn up. Asked where they ride, The front tire was pun- all four vehemently denied ctured too. I fixed it at my riding on lawns. Troy rides house." in the tot South of Washing- Mike Martin rides a- ton School. round the tracks behind Dr. "1 tried to 'bunny hop' Van der Weken's office. the chain over there, but my back wheel caught andl "Sometimes I ask my got flipped over the handle morn if I can ride down by bars." the river." says Mike. Did you know? Solem's carries only quality name brand appliances! 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"" Too man y are made too far a from Clo verdale. "" DAN HAUSER, Democrat for P "'1"//fight to bring the power back to Together we can make this the economica//y and hea/thy District in the State. Experience... Arcata City Council 1 974 to 1 982, Mayor Redwood Empire League of Cities Economic Development Commission Insurance Claims Adjustec 1 7 years Scoutmaster, 1 6 years Accomplishments... Sewer treatment facility that doubles as a wildlife refuge. First municipal bus system in Humboldt Working Land Use Plan. Municipal Solar Utility. Model Forest Management Program. DAN HAU A Herd Worker For Herd Pa.I h. I)v Ih,' I';...llor, h, I h"! I ."tt )t,*'f I .'''.'h'tl ft'q A:t, rnbtv %