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    Amateur
    1 Krueger Chef
    2 Schweikert Louie
    3 Ruffalo George
    4 Mize Peanut (new AFC)
    Rj Hemminger Colt
    Bob/Ann Heise
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    Congrats to all. Especially to the new AFC In Front of Peanuts name & Chuck & Mary Jane for second with Louie. What a weekend for them. Way to go Carl : George.
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    Poor Ed better be careful. If he keeps it up he might just go and win a double header sometime.

    Great job Chef & Ed!

    Edit: I heard this place titled Peanut? Congrats Chuck & Marge Mize, and Peanut!
    Last edited by Buzz; 09-15-2013 at 10:11 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiRollerlabs View Post
    Amateur
    1 Krueger Chef
    2 Schweikert Louie
    3 Ruffalo George
    4 Mize Peanut (new AFC)
    Rj Hemminger Colt
    Congrats to all especially SVRC club members Ed and Chef (Wow), Chuck, Marjie and AFC Peanut.

    What a great last series. It was a all water survival quad on a wonderfully cool morning. Great test.
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    I agree with Bob. It was a tough, but doable quad. Gun stations were visible, throws were good. No tricks. All throws were to the right. Long retired thrown into heavy cover, down the middle. Swing to right to a flyer shot into heavy cover. Just across the water and also down the middle, a retired bird thrown from one side of a hay bale over the hay bale, and gunner retires behind the bale (line to long retired was through this mark area). On the left and across the water, a standout gun thrown to the right as the go-bird. The entire Amateur was a refreshing no tricks amateur. You could see the guns, you could see the birds, you could see the line to the blinds. What a treat! The Open was the same--good setups and fair callbacks. Thank you judges!! And, thank you Mid IA club members!! Oh, and on Sunday all handlers and anyone else who was around got a free lunch bag. That is a neat touch, which the club also did at their spring trial.
    Bob/Ann Heise
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    "There is no such thing as perfection. There is always a higher level." Dan Gable


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    I don't believe in allowing wine to breathe. I prefer mouth-to-wine resuscitation.

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