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Local Bowling Report: Youths can sign up for U.S.B.C league Sunday

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November 13, 2013



A reminder to all parents and U.S.B.C. youth members that this Sunday at 1 p.m. is the sign-up for youth bowling to commence on Nov. 24 at 1:30 p.m. Pee Wee (bumper bowling), Bantam, Juniors and Seniors are all invited to come and sign up. Bowlers will be able to bowl one game the day of sign-up at no charge.

TOURNEY TRAIL: Spots are still available in the Hi-Line Lanes Challenge Tournament to be held Saturday, Nov. 30, at 2 p.m. Men and women are both encouraged to sign up.

TEN PIN TRIVIA: Who bowled the very first 300? It will never be answered for certain because there are so many conflicting reports. A.B.C. credits W. B. Sellers of Brooklyn, N.Y., who tossed a 300 game in either Open Play or a match game — reports vary — in 1890. Ten Pin Bowling Australia claims the first 300 “anywhere in the world outside the U. S.” was rolled in 1963 by TBA Hall of Famer, Joe Velo in South Wales. In a nonsanctioned game, according to historian Jim Marqueratt, a 300 was rolled Feb. 1, 1881, in Hamilton, Ontario, by Frank Young.

SUNDAY KEGLERS: Creative Leisure 947, 2512; C. Turner 180; D. Tilleman 493; R. Surber 300; M. Hamilton 714. Other Honors: B. Moore 236, 222, 624; N. Turner 226, 633; R. Turner 234, 637; J. Burrington 225, 222, 629; S. Burrington 237, 617. 1st place is Creative Leisure and 2nd place is Midtown Car Care.

MONDAY STRAIGHTAWAY MIXED: Minnow’s Marine 703, 2583; R. Surber 277, 952 (4). Other Honors: D. Wolf 235; R. Turner 226, 846; J. McDonald226, 829; S. Mariani 269, 908; D. Linderman 234, 831; K. Surber 232, 809; R. Surber 236, 223, (729 for 3) 952 (4); C. Anderson 236; M. Hamilton 832; E. Boucher 229; M. Kardell 229. 1st place is Super 8 (101 points) and 2nd place is Minnow’s Marine(100 ½).

WOMENS CITY: 15 West 832, 2372; J. Rodgers 236, 617. Other Honors: K. Purkett 186; L. Morrell 171; T. Wright 206, 507; R. Gregoire 179; D. Freide 178. SPLITS: K. Bedwell 4-7-10; J. Rodgers 5-7, 3-6-10. 1st place tie is Mariani Insurance and Crystal City Casino.

WEDNESDAY MENS CITY: Oxford Bar 1155; Bill Henry Construction 3221; D. Herman 265; S. Mariani 254, 694. Other Honors: J. Shulund 247, 625; K. Riska 246, 614; K. Surber 242, 637; S. Holden 239, 593; R. Mapes 238, 607; B. Berreth 236, 625; K. Erickson 236, 597; F. Williams 228, 628; J. Anderson 226; B. Cornelius 221, 575; R. Surber 220, 635; D. Hassa 608; B. Preeshl 603; M. Purkett 592; D. Linderman 582; F. Peterson 580; P. Jensen 575; B. Zanto 573. 1st place is Nalivka’s and 2nd place is Hi Line Motel.

THURSDAY MORNING HOUSEWIVES: Barkus Hardware 604, 1758; J. Rodgers 246, 632. Other Honors were B. Courtnage 184; D. Watson 178; D. Freide 171. 1st place is Barkus Hardware.

THURSDAY MIXERS: K&F Services 4225; Whistlin Customs 1170; S. McDonald 185; D. Watson 453; B. Berreth 224, 586. Other Honors: D. Watson 201, J. McDonald 200. 1st place is L. C. Plumbing.

HIGHS FOR THE WEEK: Julie Rodgers 246. 632; Roman Surber 277, 729.

 

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