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[[two columns]] 11:44 AM | [[arrow]] COMPLETE TAKING CORE AT 3660' COMMING OUT OF HOLE - NOTE - DRILLERS RECORD SHOWS 10' CORE FROM 3650'-3660' 2:20 PM | out of hole with core barrel - Cole Q | 3655-3665, recovering 3'3" (=33%) of hard but friable, white, coral and shell limestone (one [[underline]]Pecton[[/underline]] in several pieces, wrapped in paper) Core #9 3566-3665 (see above) | FITZPATRICK | 6:30 | FINAL PIPe ON REAMING DOWN TO 3665' 6 37 | DOWN TO 3665 - TROUBLE WITH CLUTCH ON WINCH - MAKING CONN; 6:49 | BEGIN DRILLING AT 3665 6:55 | AT 3695 VERY SOFT 7 22 | AT 3755 SAME AS PREVIOUS DRILLING - VERY FAST, SOFT & SMOOTH |NO RESISTANCE TO BIT - VERY LITTLE PRESSURE BROUGHT TO BEAR ON BIT 8.58 | 3960' | TO 3963' PUMPING FOR 2 HOURS 2 CLEAN HOLE BEFORE PREPARING TO CORE - WILL START OUT OF HOLE AT 11:00 PM TO ADD CORE June 3 | Tues Mid - 8 AM | TOTCO run shows hole off 4° at 3963 [[/two column]] [[circled]]5[[/circled]]
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