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SENTINEL TRIBUNE Sl:,orts Wednesday, August 25, 2004 Page 6otf Corner By Jan Lindaman QUESTION: If you hit a ball into a water hazard from the tee, can you go back to the tee box to hit your next shot and tee the ball up? I've heard so many answers to that question. Some think no and some yes. Some say you can only re-tee if you go out of bounds or lose a ball. According to Rule 20-5, "when a player elects to play his or her next shot from where the previous stroke was played, and that place is the teeing ground, the ball shall be played from any- where within the teeing ground and may be teed up," regardless of whether the original ball was lost, out of bounds, in a water hazard or unplayable. With just 3 weeks left in Men's League, here are the standings: Early #1 - D. Jorgenson/R. Jorgenson 73 1/2; G. Lindaman/G. DeBates 70 1/2; Jr. Severson]P. Fishel 69. #2 P. Goetstouwers/R. Mischke 75 1/2; D. Vosberg/W. Beckman 74; A. Teichroew/T. Miesen 71. Intermediate Leauame - W. Jensen/G. Schimbeno 64; T. Wester/S. Severson 63 1/2; D. Barker/D. Elsing 59. Ladies League have b'een completed for the summer - where did the time go? In 2-, Lady League, Gall Smith and Shirley Wolf won both halves so are the winners, Second place in the first half was Denise Eichner and Mardella Olson and 2nd place in the second half was Joan Jorgenson and Sue Chapman. In their playoff, Joan and Sue received 2nd place and Denise and Mardella received 3rd place. Congratulations ladies! In 5-Lady League, the team of DAVIS won both halves so there was no play- off. Congratulations goes to the members of that team: Gail Smith, Denise Eichner, Mardella Olson, Sally Grams, Ruth Takle. Lois Williams, and Darlene Arfsten. UPCOMING EVENTS: On Saturday. August 28, the 3- Person Scramble Tournament will be held - ADM is helping sponsor the tournament. Get a team together and sign up for a fun day. Closest to Pin #3 and Pin #7 will win a vaca- tion for two for 3 days and 2 nights at a choice of 10 dif- ferent locations. Call now and sign u! Handicap required. The Men's Club Tournament will be held on Saturday and Sunday, September 11 and 12. The winner closest to the pin on #3 both days will also win a vacation for two for 3 days and 2 nights at a choice of 10 different locations. You can sign up for a tee time for Saturday anytime or call the clubhouse. Our final tournament of the year is set for Sundas: September 19. It is a 4- Person Scramble and again closest to Pin #3 and Pin #7 will win a vacation for two for 3 days and 2 nights at a choice of 10 different loca- tions. It's limited to 18 teams so call ASAP and sign up. You do need a handicap for this tournament. (:onnie Shea wins Ladies Over 50 Tournament Only 17 ladies partici- pated in the Ladies Over 50 Tournament on Thursday. August 19. at Rolling Hills Golf Club. It was another cold and windy day and felt again like October. The sweatshirts and jackets felt good in the morning and by afternoon it was warmer. Connie Shea from Slayton shot a 48-45 for a 93 and walked away with the hon- ors. 'Pies were broken bv the #1 handicap hole. etc. Congratulations goes to all who participated and the fol- lowing winners: 1st Flight - 1st. Connie Shea. Slayton 93: 2nd. Colette Schmidt. Currie 100: 3rd. Jan Lindaman, Westbrook 103. 2nd Flight - Cleone Richardson. Tracy 103: 2nd, Joan Zieske, Westbrook 103: 3rd, Shirley Ahlrichs, Storden 103. 3rd Flight- 1st, Jan Vosberg, Dovray 119: 2nd. Mardella Olson 119: 3rd, Gay Metz. Slayton 122. Volleyball begins Last week between thirty and thirty five girls were busy practicing for the volleyball season. The girls kick off their season at EIIsworth August 31st. College News Jason Smith ('radu:ates North Football practice starts Dakota held Summer About forty football players showed up for practice last week. Above Commencement exercises on Friday. August 6, 2004, with approximately 440 graduating. Jason James Smith, (MS), Milroy. MN was among the graduates. players were practicing tackling. The Chargers start their season with a game against Edgerton September 2rid. Murray County 4-H calendar August 25-29 - Murray County 4-H Livestock Encampment September 5-6 Murray County Encampment at State Fair September 6 - Labor Day ^ office closed at State Fair 4-H General PEOPLE WHO READ NEWSPAPERS ARE BETTER INFORMED VOTERS 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Dr. Denise A. Evers 648 7th St., Westbrook, MN 507-274-5200 NEW DAYS!! Mon.- Wed.- Fri, Notice of Primary Election NORTH HERO & SPRINGDALE TOWNSHIPS September 14, 2004 Notice is hereby given that the Primary Election will be held at the Walnut Grove Community Center on Tuesday, September 14, 2004, at which the polls will be open from the hou(s of ten (10) a.m. to the hour of eight (8) .m. for the purpose of nominating candidates for the )tfices which are to be voted for at the General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2004. Darold Homing, Clerk North Hero Township Merna S. Malmberg, Clerk Springdale Township Notice of Primary Election JOHNSONVILLE TOWNSHIP September 14, 2004 Notice is hereby given that the Primary election will be held at the Johnsonville Township Hall September 14, 2004, at which the polls will be open from the hours of ten (10) a.m. to the hour of eight (8) p.m. for the purpose of nominating candidates for the offices which are to be voted for at the General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2004. Bruce Maas, Clerk Johnsonville Township 115017 | RRC/WWG Wrestling Camp :: "School Starts RRC/WWG Wrestling Camp was field on August 13 and 14. Jeff Cooley, J, Soon" III Schroepfer, Tim Johnson, Mike Hubert ant Michal Barrie helped at the camp a with many dads. Forty-two wrestlers attended. Row 1: Brakken Bierl, Micah Til I Andy Rachuy and Bryan Rachuy. Row 2: Eli Meier, Elijah Tilstra, Jacob Rachuy, ; Watch for stopped | Dory, Taylor Keairnes, Jordan Schroepfer, Spencer Jenniges and Matt Reinisch. I .......... 3: Tanner Doty, Tyler Pankonin, Ryan Schroepfer, Mitchell Schroepfer, Brady E school buses. I t all starts Wltrl Newspapers King Seanz, Trevor Pederson, Derrick Christians, Lucas Melges and Dillion Matl Row 4: Nathan Mattison, Charlie Hubert, Jacob Moravec, Ray Hagberg, E Come to a complete | Hagberg, Brandon Bierl, Levi Bremmer, Bryan Bierl and Michael Koch. Row 5: Stop, and wait for the | Johnson,submittedMichalphotoBarrie, Justin Schroepfer and Mike Hubert. Not pictured, Jeff C arm of the bus to go up and the red light to | go off before resuming to drive or pass. Use | [----oFor   caution, by watching for children as they make II ,,, /Ial__l Yore" Excavating Needs Notice of Primary Election their way to and from the bus. Always maintain | III ON BACKHO] S]RVIC] ANN TOWNSHIP a safe distance behind the vehicle in front of | III Complete Farm Drainage D ! I __J_L_ ................. you. Have a safe school year. Remember I III =t. ce-..  September 14, 2004 drivers, drive carefully! .... II III Dozer Work ",111_. Obey all of the traffic rules. =111 CsementDigging  t, " h " " " All Types of lhmlroe & iclroe Work No ce ,s ereby gwen that the Pnmary elect0n epuc ystem uesign e mstal]lauon Submitted by: | .............. will be held at the Ann Township Hall on Tuesday, III  September 14, 2004, at which the polls will be open Josh Byers 8-16-04 ,,o I III RtJ= _ LJi from the hours of ten (10) a.m. to the hour of eight (8) " III    ,B/' Y p.m. for the purpose of nominating candidates for the Ill ....  offices which are to be voted for at the General Ele  III Mike Onken to be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2004. r-- t:;llv'"" Ill Westbrook Shop Lyle Onken  507:274-6.9 507-763-3303 507-836-1049 Doreen Osland, Clerk Ann Township -- 115016