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Kerry-Tennis 6 - for of FREMONT -When the Newark Newark Knights...
for of FREMONT -When the Newark Newark Knights face the Irvington l e t t e r s in today's opening eague game at Irvington, the (nights will be fighting more radition than the New York Yankees, Green Bay Packers and Boston Celtics ever had. You see, Irvington hasn't lost a tennis mat?h in so long that 10 one even knows when the Vikes ast lost. They have won Invincible IHS Netters Try By MIKE GLVITSKY all lour non-league games by 7-0 scores and the talent is there t do the same once league pla; begins. The one-two pencil for Irving ton should be brothers Mar an d Gary Weir. But that's only are, seated, George BOWL1ING BEAT Bera Hits 235-665 Pintails FREMONT -John Bera, roll ing in the Fremont 911 Classic shot a 235 high game and C65 series for leading honors at Fre mont Bowl. Bera also had games of 20: and 229 in the series. Rich Pine topped the Fremont Classic with a 234-636. Other top scores in the same league included included Dave Stevens, 233-621; Doug Heins, 224-634; Ray Stock 235-623; 'Roy Viscomi, 255-625 Nd 'Lynn Guardino, 235-617. Other Fremont bests: Troya 6SO - pat Macrl, 238-6«; Dick Laixfre, m-ilJ: Jim Avcrctt, 224-ili; Joe Gordon, 218-613. 790 Scratch -- Tony Vierra, 557; Tom Speegle, 535. CPW Mix- id -- Butch Bachelder, 495. Pin Ups -Virginia -Virginia Ramos, 538. Tues Mixed Fours -Joan -Joan FIguera, 497; Bill Sluliman, 226-531. Wed Trio - Esther Greer, 472. Pin Ramblers Ramblers -- Jane Felvcr. 201-509. Wed Mixed Doubles -- Dena Pollard, 222 556. Peterbllt -- Dale Clay, 203-558. Thurs. Mixed Doubles -- Harry Kee, 212-577.- lane McGowan, 511. Dunn 325 -- John Jera, 243-613. Fremont Jackpot -- Manuel ianchez, 230-593. Thyrs Scratch Trio -Jetty -Jetty Lance, 230; Ginger Sc-hramm, 732. the beginning. Others like Ton I'ilka, Jeff Capilo and Tin Johnson give the Vikings man depth than they need. On Hie doubles play will IK Ken Karns and Steve Brumfield and Kerry Crites and Let Muore. Bui, if anyone is going to the Vikes, Newark has the I'i- ness, talent and ability to do The Knights number one playei is Rich Baer and his supporting cast includes Bob Bramel, Piilumbo, Tony Lopez and Mari Wallace. lioy Johnson and Rich Marshall Marshall will probably be one doubles learn with Paul Gunderson Sain Lovato, and Chris Ticc fighting for the other. Washington has Joey Meyers and this freshman could be of the best in a long time. pushed his older brother, Ben out for the number one spot lias done well so far. The Huskies also have Bill Peterson, Gary Hallock, anc Docg -Dakin. James Logan is in a re-building re-building year but could surprise some untested raw talent. John F. Kennedy isn't deep but Mike Patton and Bill Kelly could help the Titans pull a surprises during league play. Mission San Jose opened the season with a 7-0 win over Vloreau. Dennis McKnery, Bob Chase, and Pete Wallace should all fare well for the Warriors )ut at best Mission can only rated a dark horse with talent. talent. In other opening games today Logan is at Mission and Wash- ngton a (Kennedy.

Clipped from The Argus21 Mar 1969, FriPage 13

The Argus (Fremont, California)21 Mar 1969, FriPage 13
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