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2C Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter [-~'-"T~mm 28 29 J-~---[--'--- ~ 36 49 5 15 18 25 m 43 61 65 68 22 40 55 / CLUES ACROSS 1. Syrian city 5. Secret collection 10. Mother 14. Type of radar (abbr.) 15. Trio 16. Jelly-like algae substance 17. Malaysian coastal city 18. Christmas! 19. Bleak 20. Late Republic Roman poet 22. Supervises flying 23. Long, low sounds 24. Seven children born at once 27. Tyrion Lannister's nickname 30. Moon crater 31. Concealed 32. Woman (French) 35. Shipped 37. Babies need one 38. Two 39. Book of maps 40. A partner to cheese 7 37 m m 8 11 12 m m 31 32 33 m 47 57 58 m 41. Coastal region of China 42. Town in Czech Republic 43. Peter Griffin's daughter 44. Men proud of their masculinity 45. One-time Chinese dynasty 46. Not pleased 47. Mary __, cosmetics 48. Midway between east and southeast 49. Reflected 52. Derived from 55. US Treasury title (abbr.) 56. Spiritual leader 60. Dismounted 61. Isaac's mother (Bib ) 63. Southern constellation 64. Not often found 65. Extremely angry 66. Individual article 67. They congregate at hives 68. Regenerate 69. Plaster 34 59 CLUES DOWN 1. "Mad Men" actor Jon 2. Samoan capital 3. Singer Anthony 4. Sign of the Zodiac 5. Short-term memory 6. Larcenies 7. Side-neck turtle 8. Blissful 9. , you! 10. Species of macaque 11. North-central Indian city 12. Common street name 13. Weaponry 21. Counsels 23. student: doctor-to-be 25. A bachelor has one 26. Women's movement 27. Leaders 28. Chinese sea goddess 29. Caps of mushrooms 32. Papier-, art material 33. Hmong 34. Uneven 36. Resinous secretion 37. Pocketbook 38. Political action committee 40. Health care for the aged 41. Metro Goldwyn film 43. A gossip 44. Where wrestlers work 46. Squad 47. Self-defense 49. Muslim brigands 50. Saudi Arabian island 51. Goliath's foe 52. Hurtful remark 53. Wings 54. Beget 57. Second Greek letter 58. Blue mold cheese 59. Unstressed-stressed 61. Title of respect 62. Chop or cut company 1 7 4 7 89 3 8 4 Rearrange the letters to discover 4 something pertaining to staying safe. 6 9 817 RGAUD 3 TODAY'S PUZZLE TALCUM POWDER OVARIAN CANCER CASES "1 RETIRED COUPLE O r IAIV IOII olINI S V I L 6 g 8 6 L L 9 9 1~ g 9 gl;,6 CjL L t69 18 t 8 Undefeated Trojans Luis Santos, no. 11, scores the winning goal against the Cougars Oct. 3. QHS boy's soccer finished its season undefeated and moved on to the league semi-finals yesterday, Oct. 17. Photo by Mari Erin Roth PHS 3, Maxwell 0 GHS 3, Westwood 0 PCS 1, Dunsmuir 3 Friday, Oct. 13 Football: QHS 57, PHS 0 AND SCHEDULES CHS 18, Modoc 15 Soccer: QHS boys 2, Squaw 0 Monday, Oct. 9 Volleyball: Volleyball: FRC 3, Shasta 1 PCS 0, Loyalton 3 Tuesday, Oct. 10 Soccer: FRC women 0, Butte 4 FRC men 1, Butte 1 PHS 2, CORE 2 QHS girls 1, North Tahoe 4 Volleyball: CHS 0, Redding 3 QHS 3, Esparto 1 QHS 3, Esparto 0 Wednesday, Oct. 11 Volleyball: FRC 3, Lassen PHS 2, Virginia City 3 QHS 3, CHS 0 Thursday, Oct. 12 Soccer: QHS boys 7, CORE 0 QHS girls 3, CHS 2 Volleyball: CHS 0, Burney 3 Saturday, Oct. 14 Football: GHS 50, Mercy 9 FRC 22, Butte 48 Soccer: QHS girls 4, Sage Ridge I Tuesday, Oct. 17 Soccer: FRC teams at Lassen Feather River League Semi Finals Volleyball: PHS at Biggs QHS at Maxwell Wednesday, Oct. 18 Volleyball: FRC vs. Butte 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19 Soccer: CHS girls vs. QI-IS 6 p.m. GOLF RESULTS Graeagle Meadows Men's Goff Association The Badditos played on Friday, Oct. 6. Grant Mayfield cleared the field by three strokes with a net 65. Bob McIlroy placed second with a 68, and O'Rear and Knudsen tied for third with a 70. There were an abundance of skins, the low net winner Mayfield taking three. Jim Oster took two skins and one each Were won by Norm Miller, Darryl Woods, Bob McIlroy, Dennis Chegwin, and Norm Nichols The Oct. 11 Wednesday Playday was a low net game. Norm Nichols and Chuck Frank placed first with a 64. Dan Anderson and Jack Gilbert placed second with a 68. It was good day for Chuck Frank as he won low net as well as three skins. Individual skins were won by Ralph Wittick, Dan Anderson and Jack Gilbert. Match play concluded recently with Bob McIlroy winning one bracket. Jeff Monaghan was the runner-up, in the other bracket John Sciborski won with Jim Oster the runner-up. The Kinkley Cross Country Classic will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 18. This is a very popular event and a large field is anticipated. Plumas Pines Women's Golf Club Tuesday, Oct. 10, was a beautiful autumn day,a little breezy but warmed nicely. PPWGC ladies played "1-4-1." Players used one best net ball of the foursome plus one best putt on each hole for the game score The best ball and the putt could not belong to the same person. The results follow: The team of Renee Walker, Mary Stonebraker, Jennifer Zumbro and (blind draw) Nancy Bartlett won with a score of 74. The team of Connie Raheb, Judy Rossi, Nancy Bartlett and Mary Peters took second place with 82. Third place went to the team of Lana Janovick, Mary Blaylock, Cathy Ciancolo and LAWSUITS ARE BEING REVIEWED NATIONWIDE FOR WOMEN DIAGNOSED WITH OVARIAN CANCER AFTER USING= Johnson's Baby Powder Shower-to-Shower , FINANCIAL COMPENSATION MAY BE AVAILABLE ~ ep~ ~ la:~eF~ ~ a~ gs':~s .T~z & gk'lr. PA ra/~ wit~ atai~ allamels as legl c~r,i~, w~h no a~.~i~ll ~ ~ ~ ~. LET US SAVE YOU TIME & MONEY REACH 75+ MILLION READERS WITH ONE ORDER, ONE BILL! 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The team of Lori Dierssen, Pat Nichols, Laurie Humphries and (blind draw) Connie Raheb were fourth with 100. There were several.chip-ins for the day: Connie Raheb had two; Mary Stonebraker, Laurie Humphries and Pat Nichols each had one. Mt. Huff Golf Another great turnout on another beautiful fall day. Mt. Huff welcomed the golfers on Oct. 11 for the Wednesday Morning Scramble. In first place at 8-under-par was the two-man team of Jeff Stevens and Don McConnell. Ron Cater, Dan Rooney and , Loren Lindner brought it in at . secondplace with 4-under-par. Ralph Cote scored the chip-in and Dick Grace hit it closest to the pin. The mornings are cool, but the day warms up nicely. Play starts at 10 a.m. and sign-up is at 9:30 a.m. There is still a lot of great golf weather ahead of us, so come join us in Crescent Mills. Bailey Creek Women's Golf Club "Short and Sweet" was our game of the day. It sounded good, but to at least one of us (namely me) it was far from sweet. I have to say it was fun and all of us enjoyed the i. i beautiful day. We had a small group, so there . was no flighting of this game, Ginger Birchfield placed fnrst , : i andJoyceGronroosplaced ' ,. second. Wynnetta Regli had a ' chip-in and Diana Pallari had a chip-in and birdie on Hole 8. All in all, as usual we enjoyed a beautiful day of golf with a great group of girls. Until next week, hit them straight and long.. To have your golf results and club news included in this weekly section, email the iinformation to sports@plumasnews.com by Friday at noon. Has $$$$ to lend on Callfonda Real tate* V.I2, TRUST DEED COMP Y OW~t ,~ WAITS OF FAST R~4I}ING , (818) 248-0000 i i i i ii i ii i i ii i ii i i ii i i i iii t