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4:05 Pipe down to 3560' ready to begin drilling - Stopped to repair equipment (Winch) 5:10 Begin drilling at 3565' 6:07 Reached 3650', still very soft drilling. 6:40 Started pulling pipe 8:35 Pipe out. Core barrel put on. 10:55 Core barrel at bottom of hole. Core taken in about 5 min. Core barrel stuck at bottom. Driller couldn't rotate pipe. Apparently cuttings settled down on drill collar when pumping was stopped to take core. 11:0 Freed drill collar and started to pull pipe. Pulling pipe at end of shift. Hole to 3655'. June 2, 1952 - Midnight - 8 AM. Russell 1.30 Pulling core out of hole. Joints very difficult to break & broke tong cable once. 2.20 AM And a tong-jaw pin. And a winch rope. And a second tong cable 4.00 AM - Core barrel up - No core recovery - Checked with Ladd - Wants to go right back & try for another core - this time with circulation. [[circled]] 3 [[/circled]]
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