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al talent displayed at FR wrestling meet - Seventy-five matmen the Fall River Wrestling sponsored by the Fall School wrestling club )'ear and under division at 55 of Burney was the first and Herrell, also of place. Fall River's fourth place. In the 60 n off Burney won in the 70 pound class Pall River was the second 10 Year aids and under the 60 class was won by Pearson of With Newport also of Burney Second. Austin of Burney won while Hoodenpyle took a second and Olke also took the third place..In the class, Burney's Longacre place. In the heavyweight of Fall River was Winner. Year old and under class at Pearson of Burney won a and in the 85 pound class, River won fourth place. urney came in second in class, with Gibson and Walker of Fall River finishing third and fourth. The heavyweight class was won by Wolf in of Fall River with Diez also of Fall River in second place and Reynolds of Fall River in fourth place. Harvey of Burney was the third place winner, in the 14 year and under division. At 105 pounds Ross of Fall River finished in second place and in the 115 pound class Buyher of Fall River finished second. At 135 pounds Lennon of Big Valley finished third and Hine of Fall River won the fourth place title. Proe of Fall River won second place in the 125 pound class and Sloan of Fall River won second place in the 165 pound class. Fall River High School wrestling coach Bruno Bicocca expressed thanks to the following for their donations of medals and other support: Larson's Center, Fren Tramble, Lloyd's, Duby's, Carroll's, Fall River Hotel, Sierra Center, Buckhorn, Bill Armstrong, Start Tonkin, Mike Schroeder, John Crum, Sparky Bethel, Tom Arnold, Roger Cruikshank, Dick McGuinnis, Jim Wood, Dave Roberts, Marvin Indermuhl and Dick Totten. A special thanks is extended to Don and Eddie James and Hiram Estes. dinals tied for place in EL VALLEY _ The Big Valley tided two wins to their evening when they Valley on the hosts also put themselves into Camp for first place in iue. The tie could be when the Cards will Both teams are 7-1 season. recorded the pitching Cards, striking out 10 and One batter. Losing pitcher with 10 no walks. 12 hits and allowed Only four hits. Leading Cardinals were Dave two singles and Jerry Bath and two singles. John two doubles over the and had a single. Commited no errors while Commited three errors. ScOring came in the third, innings, with a final 5nded "out the again defeating Butte by a 9-4 score. Dave the win with six .and two walks and losing pitcher with and one walk. s held down to six hits aY-Saturday while Big Valley hit 11 times. Both teams scored two runs in the first inning, Big Valley score five runs in the second inning and allowed Butte Valley to score two runs. Butte Valley scored again in the third inning and Big Valley scored twice in the fifth inning. David Hunt hit three for three, all singles; Marlin Oney, two for three; Hess Salters, had two singles and Dave Masotti, Jerry Bath, Kurt Dowell and Dan Hawkins all singled. Player of the Week Jerry Bath was named player of the week for doing a fine job behind the plate for the Cardinals. Big Valley girls first at Yreka YREKA*- The Big Valley High School track teams travelled to a track and field meet here on Saturday, May 8 and returned home with a first place in the girls events, and sixth place in beth the varsity and junior varsity divisions. Ms. Events Winners in the girls competition were: Delana Knudson, second, 100 yard dash; Kim Menning, first, 2 mile; Cindy Pearson, first, mile; Janet Bath, second, 440; Ms. Pearson, first, 880; Ms.Knudson, third, 220; and the relay team composed of Ms. Knudson, Bath, 14-15 Tammy Walter and Marlene Simmons won a second in the 440 relay and a endue second in the mile relay. The team b broke school records in beth events, n e recording 54 seconds in the 440 relay omlng and 4:30.4 in the mile event. The girls team totalled 61 overall n points. Varsity Events " Uay 16-! 7 The varsity team placed sixth at the The t Caller meet, which according to track coach Steve Main is a very good standing considering that Big Valley is such a small school and were in competition against some Very large schools. Winners on the varsity team includ- ed: Dave Masotti, second, 440; and third, 880; Bob Watkins, fifth, discus; and Rick Henson, fifth in born the mile and the 880. Junior Varsity Events The jayvee track team also placed sixth at the meet, with miler Marty Henning placing a second and miler Ches Ludden placing third. Home Supply Center 0000dsen No. 6220 Garden and ,vrdlqrd Spra er $24" , ,. Y 50' Garden Hose $3" 4 lellv Wheelbarrow $49" . by 160 ft. Field Fence $49" 00ft. Redwood Posts $t" L= * Chicken Wire Hose & Pipe Fittings Humming Bird Feeders Insecticides s Home Supply IWceln It. Igurmoy, Ca. FROM METER READER TO MARATHON RUNNER...Jim Johnston, Burney PG&E employee, is entered in the "Bay to Breakers" race in San Francisco. BURNEY BASIN I,ITTLE LEAGUE 197(; SCIIEDULE Minors Majors May 12 Astros vs Indians Cards vs Cubs M.C. May 13 Cubs vs Giants Braves vs Dodgers M.C. May 14 Indians vs. Cards Yankees vs Angels May 17 Indians vs Astros Yankees vs Braves May 18 Giants vs Cubs May 19 Cards vs Indians M.C. Dodgers vs Angels May 20 Astros vs Giants Braves vs Yankees M.C. May 21 Cubs vs Cards Angels vs Dodgers May 24 Cubs vs Astros Braves vs Angels M:C. May 25 Indians vs Cubs Yankees vs Dodgers May 26 Giants vs Indians May 27 Cards vs. Giants M.C. Dodgers vs Braves May 28 Astros vs Cards Angels vs Yankees May 31 HOLIDAY June 1 Cards vs Cubs M.C. Yankees vs Braves June 2 Cubs vs indians Dodgers vs Angels June 3 Astros vs Cubs Braves vs Yankees M.C. June 4 NO GAMES GRADUATION June 7 Giants vs Astros Dodgers vs Yankees June 8 Cards vs Cubs M.C. Angels vs Braves June 9 Memorial honors Cal Trout originator BURNEY - Anglers and other friends of the late Joseph Paul will gather at Hat Creek Park May 15 at 1 p.m. to dedicate a memorial placed there in his honor by members of California Trout, a statewide group of angler-conserva- tionists of which he was founding president. Paul died suddenly in 1972 while he was leading the statewide battle under the banner of the California Committee of Two Million (CCO2M) to protect California's north coast from what he called "killer dams." He never saw his labors bear fruit, but the California Wild and Scenic Rivers Law was enacted just nine months after his death. Richard May, who stepped into Paul's leadership posts in Cal Trout and CCO2M, announced the dedication ceremony. "Joe Paul was a great innovator in conservation, a great leader, thinker, and friend. The anglers of this state owe him a lot, and we must never forget what he accomplished beginning right here at Hat Creek in 1967." Hat Creek was rehabilitated that year, and has become the cornerstone of the state's program for special wild M.C. denotes games to be played at Montgomery Creek. First team shown on schedule is Home Team. Starting time for games will be 5 p.m., except when minor league games are played ahead of major league game s . When two games are played at the same field on the same day the. minor league game will start at 4:30 p.m. with no new inning to start after 6 p.m. The major league game will start at 6: 30 p.m. trout management on designated rivers and lakes. Paul was the Hat Creek project leader. May described the memorial, which was built on land donated by Pacific Gas and Electric Company, "On a pine and oak shaded knoll, overlooking two of Joe's favorite reaches of Hat Creek, we have placed a three ton lava boulder encircled by two benches." "It was a brilliant, too-short career," said May. "Cal Trout is establishing this memorial lest we forget Joe's gifts to us all." Little League holds first game of season BURNEY - Little League season officially opened Monday with special ceremonies at the park here. All the players on each minor and major league team, the coaches and man- agers were introduced individually. Following the ceremonies the Mont- gomery Creek Braves and the Burney Angels thrilled spectators by playing an exciting opening game. The Braves won the game 6-4. Sports Schedule May 13 - Little League baseball: Cubs vs Giants, Braves vs Dodgers (M.C.), 5 p.m. May 14 - Little League baseball: Indians vs 2ards, 4:30 p.m.; Yankees vs Angels, 6:30 p.m. May 14 - High school track: Big Valley girls at league meet, Etna. May 14 - High school baseball: Fall River hosts Trinity. May 14 -"High school baseball: Big Valley ,hosts Happy Camp. May 15 - High school track: Big Valley at league meet, Etna. May 15 - High school track: Fall River at league meet in Burney. May 17 - High school baseball: Burney hosts Weed. May 17 - Little League baseball: Indians vs Astros, 4:30 p.m.; Yankees vs Braves, 6:30 p.m. May 18 - Little League baseball: Giants vs Cubs, 5 p.m. May 19 - Little League baseball: Cards vs Indians (M.C.), 5 p.m.; Dodgers vs Angels, 5 p.m. May 20 - High school baseball: Fall River hosts Mt. Shasta. May 20 - High school track: Big Valley, Burney and Fall River girls at semi-finals, Shasta High School, Red- ding. FALL SEMESTER Enrollment Week May 17.21 Christ - Centered Superior Academics Call 336-5721 or 336-6107 Or Come by Vet's Hall, Fall River between 9-3 [] 4151 Tropical Fish Special Deluxe Guppies, Giant Darias, Zebras, Gold Barbs, Catfish. Havoline 10'40 49' Super premium All temperature S14" Fun City Castle, home, tunnel, playwheel, turret, easy to clean, $19.95value HAMSTERS .... $1.49 +88 c Oil Treatment (The Racers Edge) Sl6" 10 gal. 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