Nisetich - Visalian Takes Third (Bowling)
He Visalian Takes Third In Mid State Singles San Leagm thi when 4: anc Seals' bii o thi lirs with In the only change in the fron line of leaders in the seventh an nual Mid State Bowling Cham pionships under way on the Play dium lanes in Fresno. Dick Man. ning of Visalia rolled into thin: place in the singles over the week' Â·nd. Manning shot 696 in the individual event which still finds Icorge Caruso of Oakland first wtli 713 and C. Chri.stoffcr.son of Compton second with 699. Man ling had a 26 pin handicap foi three games. Other singie; leauers are fourth Jerry Solomon, Lodi, 693; f i f t h , J Brown Maloney, Fresno.'690; sixth E. Hume, Long Beach, 681; seventh L. Rosengren, Phoenix, 680; eighth, V. Chapman, Downey, 679; ninth, Bill Stemler, Lodi, 678; tenth. Fred Donsing, Sacramento, G77. All events leaders went unchanged over the weekend which found forty two teams cracking the timber in the next to the last big weekend of the annual tournament. The leaders follow: All Events Leaders First, George Caruso, Oakland. 1,953; second, V. Chapman, Downey, 1,939; third, II. Humphrey, Berkeley, 1,893; fourth, L. Cutler, Redwood City, 1,884; f i f t h , E. Butterworth. Fruitvale, 1,882; sixth, Joe Querilo, Stockton, 1.880; seventh, Soloman, Lodi, 1,876; eighth, n. Nevis, Palo Alto, 1.872; ninth, Christofferson, C o m p t o n , 1,870; tenth, M. Biscay, Oakland, 1,869. The Alhambra Bowl of Sacramento rolled into seventh place in the team competition with 2,842 and the Wieland team nf Visalia [ook over t e n l h place with 2.814 over the weekend in the only major changes in the five man tem event. The ten leaders follow: First, Frank Oakland, 2,902; Hudson Jewelers second, Broadwa, Bowl, Oakland.,2,877; third, Avena Aces, Arena], 2,866; fourth. Mat leoni's Stockton, 2,849; f i f t h Inn. Fruitvale, 2.849; sixth. Chev rolet Motors, Oakland, 2,843; sev cnlh, Alhambra Bowl, Sacramento 2,842; eighth, California Recreation Oakland, 2,841; ninth, Otto Frank. Jewelers, Berkeley, 2.833; tenlh Wielamls, Visalia, 2,814. Fresno Teams Will Roll "-'rank Orselll and F. Nisetich Sacramento turned in a 1,257 scries and took over tenth spot in the doubles yesterday. Other leaders are, first, B. Evans and H. Oglesby Porterville, 1.325; second, I. O'Ryan and R. Reinke, Inglewood, 1,281 third, B. Worley and D. Rice, Pittsburg, 1,281: fourth. R. Otterstelter and G. Trozzo, Fruitvale. 1,271; fifth, 0. Gouailhardou and W. Ship, man, Oakland, 1,267; sixth, F. Lehner and W. VValbridge, Oakland fiichcock. eighth, W. seventh, S. Manley and S, L o n g Beach, 1.264; Jones and E. Butterworth, Fruitvale, 1,262; n i n t Allan and 1,258. Chapman, Downey, Twelve Fresno teams are billed :o roll tonight at 8 o'clock. The .ries are Berberian Brothers, Currj Electric, Jim Cowan's team, Brunswick Queens, Brunswick Dukes H. S. Pierce Lumber, Zellerbach 3 aper, Fresno Koffee Kup, Hamlin Neon, Fresno Steam Laundry, Cali- r ornia Electric -lermitage. Supply and Old Fresno bowlers will roll in singles and doubles tomorrow night and Wednesday.