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Lindaman TRIBUNE come early and enjoying it tremen- Activity at Rolling a high .. the golf practicing have had their first the time you read Phyllis has the and clubhouse ready can come out to eat Dwayne has the and greens ao you can come out a round of golf at Sounds like a per- to begin the spring up for men and is under- are s]gnup sheets If you can't there to signup, club a call at 274- league and awards' night year's winners on April 14. Actual will begin on May 12. have their and league act for Frida), April 30. Happy hour will start at 5:00 and dinner at 6:00. Sounds like a fun night has been planned. Tickets should be available soon. Call Marci Chapman or Lois Williams if you have any questions. League play for the women will begin on Tuesday, May 11. Our annual meeting was held last Sunday, April 4. Congratulations to the new directors elected, Frank Erickson, Dean Knudson and Deb Jans. Thanks goes to our outgoing directors, Howard Erickson, Dennis Jutting and Tony Quade for their 6 years of service. Thoughts for you to ponder during the next weeks: "Playing golf is privilege, not a sentence," Harvey Penick; '"Fake pleasure not in the score, but in the game," Bobby Jones, and; "Do you play to enjoy golf or do you enjoy yourself while you play golf?." Chuck Hogan. Be back in a couple of weeks. Softball Sports Baseball team drops opener "It was a beautiful day for baseball Friday after- noon when the Luverne Cardinals traveled to Lamberton to face a young RRC/WWG squad. Luverne scored 5 unearned runs against the Falcons starting pitcher Jake Severson in the second inning and that would be enough as Luverne would take the season open- er 7-3. The Falcons got on the board in the 4th when Jake Wahl tripled to the right center gap and would score on Tyler Reiner's sac fly. Jake Sell would get a two out RBI in the 5th scor- ing Zach Merrick. Brent Christianson scored the third Falcon run in the 6th to finish the Falcon scoring. Wednesday, April 7, 2004 Page 7 Bowling News Golf time Monday afternoon the WWG boys and girls golf teams squared off against Southwest Christian of Edgerton. Above this group of Tracy Wednesday Night Ladies Bowling--3/31/04 Horner Auto 52-8 Landuyt Const. 43-17 Hoyt Oil 34-26 Knakmuhs Agency 33-27 M & K' Const. 29-31 Leversedge Auction 24-36 Carlson Racing 23-37 girls putted out on number nine. Below Jared Schmidt putts on number nine. Falcons fastpitch a 6-4 loss in opener to the scored two of the first on a pair of Falcon a double by Kim sent 8 bat- plate before Kiki a solid single to with one out in inning, but was Falcons dicl tie the the bottom of the back to back sin- Altermatt and Mel Quade had a Missa and had a fly ball score Olsem. went ahead of the sixth on three straight hits and two more Falcon errors. They added a final run in the top of the 7th on a lead off triple by pitcher Abby Meine. The Falcons scored two in the bottom of the 7th and left a runner stranded on third. Jen Olsem led the Falcons going 2-3 with a triple. Julia Grams was 1-4 with 2 RBIs and 3 stolen bases. Mel Schmidt took the loss for the Falcons allowing 6 hits (3 extra base hits) walked just 2 and struckout 8. Meine allowed 6 hits, no walks and 1 strikeout. The Falcons will see their next action on Monday, April 12 at Windom. High Games: Doreen Osland 214 Kathy Knakmuhs 203 Wanda Hoyt 199 High Series: Doreen Osland 523 Tammy Horner 517 Kathy Knakmuhs 507 Find us on the Web at yon-siouxpress.com Soccer practice At left players were practicing their drib- bling skills last Friday afternoon. Below play- ers did conditioning drills g concerned & responsible and businesses support the churches, and their activities. Westbrook I Walnut Grove g; & W. 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The conference is targeted for students in grades 3-8 and features a keynote plus hands-on ses- sions on a variety of topics, such as cartooning, story- telling, publishing, as well as various types of writing: non-fiction, humorous," sci- ence fiction, creative, poetD; etc. Students need to be accompanied by an adult. The SWfWC Service Cooperatives are excited to announce that Scott Novotny is this year's keynote speaker. Scott has written and performed stand-up comedy throughout the nation. He has also writ- ten sketches for "Saturday Night Live" and "Dudley Riggs Brave New Workshop". Currently, he is a contributing writer for the "Strange Brew" comic strip that appears daily in the Star Tribune. He is part owner of the Minnesota Comedy Club and teaches stand-up comedy classes to aspiring and perspiring comedians for Young Writers in the state. Scott has become the most sought- after entertainer throughout the Midwest. He prides him- self in doing his comedy show without profanity or vulgarity. To request a conference brochure or for details about registration, contact Andrea Anderson by email: andrea.anderson@swsc.org or telephone (507-537-2257). Register by April 6; after that date a late fee will be added. Find us on the Web at www.lyon- siouxpress. com Auto & R.V. Repair Wheel A.]ignment Glass mstalleo We have one of the South- west's most modem body shops, with separate paint- booth - all makes - KLASSE Sales & Service Westbrook, MN. 507- 274-6166 Interior Design [xc'm NEW program I Brown ENROLL TODAY I 1440 Northland Drive FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE Call 1-800-766-5090 for information FOR THOSE WHO QUALIFY or enroll at www.browncoil _eoe.edu