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SENTINEL TRIBUNE By Jan Lindaman QUESTION: A golfer's ball lands right behind mine in a sand bunker. I mark my ball and pick it up so that she can hit hers first. How am I supposed to hold my ball? If I acci- dently brush the ball against my shorts and some sand comes off, is there a penalty? ANSWER: Bet you never thought of that question. When going through the rules, they do not specify how the ball must be held when lifted. The only requirement is that the ball may not be cleaned. So, if you carefully lift your ball, you don't incur a penalty even if a couple of grains of sand hap- pen to fall off. However, if you brush the ball against your shorts and sand is removed or rub it in your hands, you're subject to a one-stroke penalty under Rule 21. The second half of Early Men's Leagues got underway with a gorgeous, sunny day in which to compete. Here are the results: Early #1 - G. Lindaman-G. DeBates 14; R. Haar- S. Olson 10-1/2; B. Lindaman-D. Johnson 10-1/2; Early #2 - D. Vosberg-W. Beckman 13-1/2, P. Goetstouwers-R. Mischke 13- 1/2; D. Schreier-M. Kuehl 11. Most of the Intermediate League has completed their first half and here are the winners: Intermediate League - 1st, T. Wester-S. Severson 104; 2nd, J. Schmidt-Hammer 98. The ladies had a tournament on Tuesday but here are the results of previous league play: 2-Lady - G. Smith-S. Wolf 18-1/2; L. Elzenga-L. Carter 14; J. Knudson-C. Quade 13-1/2. Low Gross - Gail Smith 43, Grace DeVries 44. Low Net - Grace DeVries 33. We need more ladies out golfing off Tuesdays. So for Tuesday afternoons, ladies can purchase a Special Membership for $50, which allows them to golf 5 different Tuesdays as many rounds as they want for each time. Cart rental will be 1/2 price. EVENTS: The Couples (1 man and 1 woman) Tournament will be held n Saturday, July 24. Shotgun start at 9:30 a.m. The first round will be Best Shot and the second round will be Alternate Shot. Call the clubhouse with your registration. Men's Senior Open will be held the end of July on Monday, July 26. You have to be 55 years of age to play in this tour- nament and you have to have a handicap as it will be deduct- ed from your score. Registration will begin at noon and tee off at 1 p.m. Call the clubhouse with your registration. Thought for the week: "Blessed is he who has learned how to laugh at himself, for he shall never cease to be enter- tained." John Bowell. Have a good week! Gail Smith, Shirley Wolf win 2- Lady Tournament at Rolling Hills tes turned the laughs were over, ae aernoon ! at team fim Jeffers: Ghi Rolling Hills last Tuesday, Smith and Shirley Wolf, July 13. walked away with first place The first round of corn- honors. Congratulations to petition was a best shot or them and to all the winners. scramble. Both partners A Flight - 1st, Gail would tee off and then Smith-Shirley Wolf 69; 2nd, choose the best one and then Chris Johnson-Tammy both hit from that spot, etc., Fishel 72 until the hole was complet- B Flight - 1st, Denise ed. The second round offered Eichner-Jan Vosberg 70; challenges, though, in that it 2nd, Linda Carter-Deb Jans was an alternate shot. Both 73.5 partners again teed off, but C Flight - 1st, Alice then when you chose the Schreier-Doris Cohrs 80; best one, the opposite player 2nd, Nikki Jorgenson- hit the second ball and you Natalie Ross 83 would alternate until the hole was completed. After .,s,, Anita's Conservatory of Dance in Lamberton is now accepting new students ages 3 - Adult. Classes in ballet, tap, jazz, and tumbling. Call 507-752-7064 for more information and registration for fall classes. We are celebrating 25 years of experience: Sports Wednesday, July 21, 2004 Pa Long Sox clinch division title The Lamberton Long Sox won two out of three Tomahawk East League games this past week to win their second straight divi- sion title. Lamberton is cur- rently 18-5 overall (15-3 in Tomahawk , East League play). Lamberton 5 St. James 0. Jacob Jenniges tossed his third straight shutout Wednesday night in St. James. He allowed just two hits and only one St. James player reached sec- ond base. Seven Long Sox hit safely in the game, Josh Kottke had 2 RBIs. Lamberton scored one run in the fourth, but did most of their damage in the sixth, scoring four runs on five hits. Essig 2 - Lamberton 1. For the second time this sea- son Lamberton was baffled by Essig Southpaw Jacob Mertz. Mertz beat the Sox 2- 0 earlier this season and Saturday was no different. Lamberton scored their run in the top of the first as Derrick Jenniges hit a lead- off single and eventually scored on Josh Kottke's sin- gle to center. Adam Schumacher was Lamberton's starting pitch- er, he worked 7-1/3 strong innings allowing just one run. Casey Pack was the los- ing pitcher in relief as Essig scored the winning run on a Lamberton error in the bot- tom of the 10th inning. Lamberton 4 - Hanska 0. Jon Hansen threw the first NO-HITTER in Long Sox history Sunday after- noon. Hansen had 15ve strikeouts, only three Hanska batters managed to reach base. Hansen did a great job of keeping Hanska batters off balance and used some great defensive plays to lead the Long Sox to their second straight division crown. Lamberton scored one in the third as Jacob Jenniges drove in Derrick Jenniges. Matt Samyn deliv- ered a huge two out, two run single in the sixth, Mike Samyn was 2-4 with a RBI. Lamberton finishes off the regular season this week as they host Leavenworth Tuesday at 8 p.m. and travel to Marshall Sunday night for a 7:30 p.m. t'n'st pitch. Walnut Grove Co-Ed Volleyball League Standings As of 7-18-04 Hemp 3-5 Gusty's 0-4 Byers 6-1 Hoffman 5-3 Michelson 3-3 Nelson 2-5 Sell 7-1 Hansen 7-0 JC's 0-8 Theisen 6-2 Osland 4-2 Hewitt 0-5 West 2-5 Pacholl 1-7 Gramstad 4-4 Bakken 6-1 All games played have not been recorded. New Storage facility School tuck pointing A worker from Cortls Enterprises of was busy washing the ground out joints on school building in Westbrook, Iit! Workers from the J & T Improvement Storage Erectors of Aitkin were on this 28 unit storage facility being built by Doug Kuehl on the south Westbrook. Work is expected to be completed this week. Busy 4-H year ends in livestock By Shirley Anderson- Porisch Reg. Ext. Educator 4-H ribbons -- anxious and proud 4-H members -- an arena full of interested buyers -- a morning of show- ing, bidding and selling 4-H ribbons -- the Redwood County 4-H Livestock Auction allows companies and individuals in the com- munity to support 4-H. It is Westbrook Fitness Center PEDOMETER CHALLENGE Starting August 2, 2004 * $25.00 each participant * Each participant will receive pedometer * Wear pedometer all day - record steps each night / 8 week program * Weekly goals * Weekly drawings for prizes for those who have reached the weekly goal * Call Dixie at Fitness Center to sign up and receive pedometer - 507-274-5450 JOIN OUR HEALTH CARE TEAM ,  .... Respiratory Therapist (2-10 hours days pe amountWeek') Includes $500 Sign-on Bonus or significant loan. TemporaryWith 2 Full-timeYear write-off.Respiratory Therapist (4 to 8 weeks.)  '#  The Nar00e Nook Web site, or send your resume and refenmcu, by Wed., Aug. 4, 2004, to: Human Resources A ,WI 54001 EOE , )pen Tue.-Fri. 10-5:30; Sat. 10-4; SurL 12-4; Closed Mond ys II J_L The Rochester Downtown Business Association presents  8'00r'b00cktn" bluesfest R4 #II00ET/RII#00 25.11 1#4TOl00 @lR11100 Ill J#t| Saturday, August 7th, 2004 2:00-10:00pm FREE Downtown Rochester 1st Avenue & 1st Street SW (Peace Plaza) 2-4PM ARMADILLO JUMP 6-8PM HAMILTH BLUES BAlm 4-6PM PAUL MAYASlCH 8-1OPM B16 JOHH DICKERSOH & THE CELEBRATOR'S F0od & Ddnk Avaibble. Bring Your Fdendl & Your Lawn Chak'8, N0 Co0brs, Pkie the culmination of many 4-H as a person, learn members' yearlong project bility, set goals and efforts, and a way for 4-H some knowledge. members to earn some projects are a low money for the hard work of investment. taking care of animals. Over When you visit 325 youth involved in the ty fair, you will notice Redwood County 4-H pro- most of the time gram in 2004 and last year several winners in a around 1000 general projects area or in a livestock and 350 livestock projects in not just the champion. the livestock barns filled the members work all buildings at the fair. their animals ready for When most people think Countless hours are about fair and 4-H: they the barns teaching think about livestock proj- to.-lead and stand ects. Very few 4-H projects Following the are economically sound, these animals, 4-H However, neither is having then begin the children, paying for lessons, training hair, clipping taking them to summer grooming. The most ' recreation programs, buying tant part is not the them bicycles and paying for result, but the other youth activities. If a learned along the way. parent's goal is for the child projects are full of to make money, investing in sons, including a saving account is less risky responsibility; than investing in a 4-H proj- sportsmanship and ect. However, if a parent's work. " goal is to invest in the future and to help a child develop This is the list of lesson times and students for the Walnut Grove of Swimming Lessons July 26- Aug. 6 9.'00- 10:00 11:00 -_ Levels 3 Level 1 Level 1 A. Byers S. Hanson M. DeSm K. Jenniges M. Kleven A. Bakken S. Akerman N. Baker Z. AndersO J. Kosel M. Garbe B. Pacholl M. Otto E. Woelber B. Nelson Level 4 Level 2 Level 2 R. Byers J. Otto T. J. Hoffman C. Pilaczynski R. SwansOn M. Kosel L. Kosel M. BusswitZ M. Hemp M. Garbe Level 3 H. DeSmith J. Woelber H. Gilb A. Woelber E. Woelber E. Level 7 Level 5 G. K. Hoffman A. Malmburg Level 4 A. Theison J. Herder R. Bakken T. Elzenga S. Hanson D. Glib D. Knudson M. Baker A. Nelson Level 6 N. Lehnhoff J. Hoffman A. Jenniges M. Hamack T. Knud@ K. Jenniges Level 6 M. Frank A. West S. Baker M. Knakmuhs H. Bernardy A. Hoffman ,,5 ,$2,800, SALE Oak