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SENTINEL TRIBUNE 6otf Corner By Jan Lindaman GOLF CORNER by Jan Lindaman Question: If everybody in our group is on the green and a player notices a  mark (not a ball divot) on another player&apos;s line, can he or she repair it before anyone has begun to putt, or does she lve to wait until after everyone has putted? One would think that common courtesy would rule here, but not so. According to the good old rule book. Section 1, on etiquette, "In stroke play, if a fellow-competitor pur- posely improves the competitor's line of putt by repairing spike damage, the fellow-competitor is penalized under Rule 1-2. If the competitor sanctions repair, she also incurs the penalty. Spike marks may only be repaired once all players in the group have completed the hole." So nmch for common courtesy! The contests in Men's League are quite close. Here are the results after last week's play: Early #1 - G. Lindaman-G. DeBates 35-1/2; Jr. Severson- P. Fishel 35-1/2. Early #2 - P. Goetstouwers-R. Mischke 43; D. Vosberg-W. Beckman 38-1/2; A. Teichroew-T. Miesen 37- 1/2; S. Kjorness-J. Dibble 36. Intermediate League - D. Barker-D. Elsing 25-1/2; W. Jensen-G. Schimbeno 24; R. Comnick-D. Jutting 23-1/2; J. Polk-B. Tjentland 23-1/2; T. Wester-S. Severson 23-1/2. Woman's League results: 2-Lady G. DeVries-J. Lindaman 31-1/2; J. Knudson-C. Quade 24-1/2: M. Olson-D. Eichner 24-1/2. Low Gross - G. Smith 4% C. Johnson 43. Low Net - G. Smith 31; A. Schreier 31. UPCOMING EVENTS: Parent-Relative-Child Tournament will be held on Saturday, August 7, with a shot- gun start in the morning. Parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, sign up with your kids, grandkids, nieces or nephews - what a neat way to make memories. Call 274-5166 now. The Ladies Cancer Tourney will be held on Tuesday, August 10. This tournament is full, except for in the morn- ing. We will have 2 shifts - one at 10 a.m. and one at 2:30 p.m. This is the highlight of the year for area women as we work together to raise money for breast cancer research. The Ladies Over 50 Tournament will be held on Thursday, August 19. If you are over 50 and would like to play, give the golf course a call. The Ladies Club Tournament will be Tuesday, August 24. Finally, on Saturday, August 28, the 3-Person Scramble Tournament will be held. Get a team together and sign up for a fun day. Closest to Pin #3 and Pin #7 will have a chance to win a vacation for two for 3 days and 2 nights at a choice of 10 different locations. Call now and sign up! WWG football practice WWG football practice for grades 9 - 12 starts Monday, August 16, at 8 a.m. Walnut Grove shuttle leaves at 7:30 a.m. Equipment will be handed out at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, August 13. Physicals are needed every three years. No practice with- out an updated physical. The first game is Thursday, September 2, vs. Edgerton at home. Volleyball captains' practice WESTBROOK--There Will be a volleyball captains' prac- tice for grades 9 - 12 on Monday-Thursday. August 9 - 12, at 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. The UPS ,toe Find us on the Web at www.lyon- siouxpress.com MESOTHELIOMA OR LUNG CANCER Did you know that being exposed to Asbestos dust can cause Lung Cancer 20 to 30 years after exposure? If you or a family nember has suffered or died from kufig Cancer or Mesothelioma, you may be entitled to compensation. CALL FOR A FREE CONSULTATION Evan T. Schaeffer CAREY & DANIS LLC Offices in Chicago, Godfrey, New York, St. Louis Call Toll Free 1-800-721-2519 www.careydanis.com HELP WANTED EQUtPHENT FOR SALE [_AND FOR ALE HOT TUBS HELP WANTED-DRNERS STEEL BUILDINGS ROOM & AIR PACKAGF F,00S 279" Sp0000rts Wednesday, August 4, 2004 Page 1! Long Sox advance to regions College news The Lamberton Long Sex took two games from Springfield this weekend to advance to regional play. With the two wins, the Long Sex improve to 22-5 on the season. Lamberton 8, Springfield 1. On Friday night Lamberton blasted out of gates early and never looked back. The Sex scored 3 runs on 3 hits in the first. They added 2 more on 3 hits in the second. They would score their 6th run of the game on 3 hits in the sixth and put the game out of reach with 2 insurance runs in the 8th. Springfield stranded 10 runners on base and scored their lone run in the 8th inning. Jacob Jenniges was the winning pitcher, he tossed 7 shutout innings with 9 strikeouts before turning the game over to the bullpen. Colby Pack. Tyson Kassel, and Matt Samyn each had 2 hits. The Long Sex had 12 hits in the game. Lamberton 7, Springfield 5. Game two' took place in Springfield Sunday night and for the second straight year Lamberton knocked Springfield out of the play- ells. Again I,ambertcm ",.w',u Id get ahead early. Trailing ]-0 after 3 innings he l,ong Sex scored 6 runs in the -kh to take a 6-1 lead. In the innings, Colby Pack blasted a 2-run homer and l)erriek aenniges had a 2-run single. Springfield did not go away and got as close as 6-5 in the 7th. but Casey Pack m relief of Jon Hansen and worked out of the jam to keep tbe lead. Lamberton added an insurance run in the 9th as Kassel drove in D, Jenniges with 2 outs. St)ringfietd got the lead off man on in the 9th, but he was picked off first base after a ,trik,, : pitch and tha ended their chances, don Hansen was the winning pitcher, tosing 6 plus innings. Casev Pack tossed 2 plus innings of relief for the save. Kassel and Chase Hillesheim each had 2 hits. The Sex collected 9 in the game. Next up Lamberton wilt host the winner of the Stark/New Ulm eries Wednesday night in Lamberton at 8 p.m. This game will determine seeding fqr regional play which begins Saturday. time and location to be determined. Jim Lien inducted into the MN Basketball Hall of Fame Jim Lien, 57, has been the head Girls or Boys Basketball Coach at Walker- Hackensack-Akeley (W-H-A) and Akeley High Schools for the past 25 years. He was also the head coach at Nevis, MN. He has compiled a career record of 439-221. His teams have won 10 conference titles and 9 dis- trict championships. Lien has been named Conference Coach of the Year 7 times, District Coach of the Year 6 times and Region Coach of the Year in both Basketball and Baseball. Jim has been the head baseball coach for the past 16 years and is also an assistant football coach. He was also a very successful volleyball coach at Akeley, taking his team to state in 1984. Jim also serves on the Miss Basketball committee and has been a section repre- sentative for many years, as well as serving on t h, v MSHSL Advisory Committ e,, for Basketball, and is the subsection coordinator for Boys and GMs Baskeflm!] in Section 8A. He grew up in Westbrook, MN where he played football, basketball and baseball. He is the son of Ken Lien. Dovray. tfe continued his education at Mankato State. Jim and his wife Linda have txvo dill. dren, Lindsey. 2]. and Michael. 17. Jim will be introduced. by his longtime friend and hunting/fishing partner, Dick Magaard. Buy, Sell, or Rent in the Classified ads Sentinel Tribune Ph. 274-6136 1-800-410-1859 C Jennifer Lund SCSU . conducts Sprl and Aleida Van uommenceme00o R Maasdam ceremonies iJ --- awarded . st. Cloud State UniveSALgl _: scholarships conducted spring 2004 alwer, .by mencement ceremonies'4kg , Jennifer Lund. Walnut more than 1,400 underg '800' 5( uates on Sunda}: May 9,- the SCSU National HDSALE -- Center. President Roy ture B Saigo conferred the deg' OBO. Grove, and Aleida Van Maasdam, Westbrook, were awarded the Yellow and Blue Scholarship for the 2004/05 school year at SDSU. I,un(t will be a freshman at SDSU this fall. A 2004 graduate of WWG High School, whe is the daughter of Greg and Wanda Lund, Wahmt Grove. During high school Jennifer participated in band, choir, danceline, binowledge Bowl and the- ater. She was a member of Family Career and ('ommunity Leaders of America. FFA and student council. Aleida will be a freshman music major at SDSU this fall. A 2004 graduate of WWG High School, she is the daughter of Robert and Sherril 'Van Maasdam. Among the graduates Mark Patrick Schuel **Magna Cure Laude, Lucan, MN. Walnut Grove Co-Ed Jason Swanson graduates from Bemidji State University Jason Swanson, Walnut Grove. graduated from Bemidji State University with a bachelor of arts degree in political science at- the conclusion of the 2004 Spring Semester. Swanson was one of the 444 students completing undergraduate degree requirements at BSU during the session. 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