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Janet Barnwell won the May 12 play of “Most Fours” with a score of 14 and the low gross of 84. Second place was a tie between Carol Kinser and Carolyn Podratz with 12s. Barb Lindsay had the low net of 69 and closest to the pin on No. 16....

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