The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 21, 1968 · Page 23
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 23

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24-Palm Leach Post, Thursday, Nov. 21, liw MOTOR OVERHAULED $ All Lanes To Participate In Heart Week 50 59. UBOI PIUS PARTS TRANSMISSION OVERHAULED BOWLING By Chuck Voorhis 50 LABOR PIUS PARTS league: Tommy Broome 621 (232-2351. Buddy Little 585, Bill Mar-shino 562 '2141. . DELRAY LANES - Barwiek Golf - Rob Roy league: Lloyd Gobers 852 ( 211-232-210), Rex Thayer 629 ( 244), George Psaropoulos 626 ( 207-236), Richard George, Sr., 246, Duke Shipman 245, Bruce Constanzo 243. Alan Carpenter, a 168 average bowler rolled 147-234-190 -571. . . GARDEN LANES Palm Beach County Ladies Travel league: Norma Needham 532. Nancy Moody 518 (195), Rae Green-leaf 517. Myrtle Monday 204, Betty Otto 191. . .Morning Mrs.: Nancy Olson 493 ( 208), Danny Leffler 464 ( 201), Marge Mead 197.-Friday Night Mixed: Fred Stengel 600 (226). Rick Reed 533 (203). Ray Strassburger 526, Millie Mirkovich 524 '202), Jathy Barry 485 (177). Helen Strassburger 480. Colt 40 league: Warren Maxham 595 (201), John Gibbon 569 ( 225), Bob Albright 538. Marvel Larsen 465, Betty White 447, Use Shirly 434. . . r FREE TOWING NO MONEY DOWN ONE DAY SERVICE ilKANirfiliilON KINP 1700 N. DIXIE W.P.B. 832-3628 All nine bowling houses in Palm Beach County will participate in Heart Bowling Week scheduled Dec. according to Guy W. Heath. Jr.. of Palm Beach Gardens who has been named Bowling Week Chairman by Richard S. Johnson, president of the Heart Association of Palm Beach County. This is a nationwide benefit in a joint venture of the American Heart Association and the Bowling Proprietors' Association of America. The slogan of the event is '"Bowl Strike Out Heart Disease." League bowlers will enter the program with an entry fee of $1 per bowler, 70 cents of which goes to the heart fund, and the other 30 cents to the prizes of each individual league. Scores will be based on a series of three games with each league determining whether it is on a handicap of scratch basis, and also the prize distribution. . . There's a Scotch tournament for bowlers on tap during the holidays at the Riviera Lanes. Dates are Nov. 23-24 and Nov. 30-Dec. i.; Dec. 21-22 and 28-29 - four weekends of bowling for turkeys and cash prizes. In Scotch bowling a man and lady team the lady bowls first in the opening game and her partner shoots for the spare if necessary. The format is reversed for the second game and in the third, the lady rolls first in the first five frames, with the man picking the spare: then the man rolls the last five frames with the lady going for the pick-up. . . HIGHLIGHTS Jim Passinos. the southpaw bowler, hit an 859 series for four games in the Classic Doubles league at the Riviera Lanes. And this included a 299 single in which he had a good hit in his last ball out left a toppling 10 pin standing. His other high game was a 237. Jim Holland rolled 876 on games of 244-232. Vern Root 811 (222-255) and Chuck Reeves 807 (223-201). Passinos has a 210 league average. Holland 220. Other good singles in this league: Don Eckhoff 225-205, Carl McGregor 222, West Logan 221, Jim Berry 217, Tom mm a n riAnnnnnA (iN ' ii mini! 11 Schmitt 211. . .The No-Tap tournaments have ended at Riviera until after the holidays. Latest outing had Ruby Weakley at 782. Bob Reinauer 739. Wei Logan 719, Norm Ingerson at 609. SPARE PICK-UPS - Major League Lanes: Donna Walter. 4-7-9-10 in the Fineley Scratch league. . .Kathy Schiller 3-7-10. Frances Humphries 6-7-10 in the Women's league. . .Esther Fink 6-7-10, Flo Houhards in another women's league. . .At Verdes Tropieana: Mickey Allen 6-7-10. Sally Malox 3-6-7-10 in the Bowling Belles league. . .Tom Potts 6-7-10 in the Tarpon league. . Bea Basco 4-7-10 in the Tropikats league.. . At Garden Lanes Judy Bowman MO in Hi-Lo Coffee. .At Lantana Lanes: Lauri Greenway 4-7-10 in the Thursday Night Mixed. .At Jupiter Lanes Not a spare pick-up but an interesting 247 games for a 148 average bowler in the American Music Classic league. .Greg Pressler the 3-6-7-10 in the Boys' Saturday loop. . .Bill Dill 6-7-10 and 6-7 in the Civic league. . . Around The Lanes TRIANGLE CENTER, BELLE GLADE - Lake League: Jimmy Johnson 634 (241), Harry Vaughn. Jr., 537 ( 203), Hershell Bowling 550 ( 221 ). .Junior league: Sonny Willis 529, Lori Savaikie 528, Rhonda Moses 522, Carlos Alvarez 209, Cindy Gummere 193, Darren Lumpkin 188. . .Early Birds: Beverly Hefferman 540 (201). Bea Hudspeth 523 ( 204) Lois Moss 486 (168). . .Sawgrass league: Ted Blauser 637 (219-216-202), Junior Meadows 604 ( 2211, Harvey Lemons 593 ( 203-203). . .Rockettes: Ruby Cantrell 534 (198), Wanda Paulk 528 (212), Rose Goodbread 498 (184). .Muck Vl!UttU UKJUWU U Lb d i Acton Starts 7:30 Mat Program Called Off On-again, off-again wrestling programs in West Palm Beach are off-again. Tampa Promoter Cowboy Luttrall announced last weekend that the series would be resumed at the Polo Grounds tent arena next Monday, but he announced Wednesday that the re-opening will be postponed No future date was announced. The weekly mat cards formerly were held at the Polo Grounds, later in the West Palm Beach Auditorium, but have not been held here for several months. EXCITING PARI-MUTUEL BETTING ONLY IN FLORIDA CAN YOSEj JANALAI 1 ml. W: of U.S. 1 on 45th St. West Palm Beach Crampton Favored In Freeport Golf Eagles Reinstated 3 DAYS ONLY! WEST END. GRAND BAHA MA ISLAND Bruce Cramp ton. touring pro for nearby Ba Fr fl ll D J ! hama Reef Country Club in Freeport. has been installed as pre-tournament favorite in the Kuharich. who made the statement at a practice session for Sunday's Cleveland game, did not elaborate on who the earlier discussions were with. The suspensions leaked out Tuesday and brought a comment from Kuharich: "If we have anything important to say, we make an announcement. I've learned to take these things with a grain of salt." save20a ON A SET OF FOUR! West End Golf Classic which starts here today. According to latest PGA figures available, Crampton is the 12th leading money w inner II DEPARTMENT STORES PHILADELPHIA (AP) -General Manager-Coach Joe Kuharich of the Philadelphia Eagles lifted the suspension of ends Mike Ditka and Gary Ball-man Wednesday. Kuharich set down both of his star pass catchers Tuesday for granting interviews and making statements he said he considered detrimental to the National Football League club. The lifting of the suspensions was disclosed in a brief announcement from the Eagles, their first word since Ditka and Ballman confirmed Kuharich had dropped them from the squad indefinitely and placed them on waivers. "After a discussion this morning with Joe King (Eagles vice president and treasurer), the on the pro tour this year. He has banked over $92,000 during the first 10 months of this year's tour. Expected to push Crampton in his bid for the first place money of $4,600 is Burt Weaver, fresh off a victory in the Caracas open. Former Masters winner. Art Wall, and last year's Classic winner. Butch Baird are also given good chances to take the lion's share of the $20,000 purse. Also given outside chances of winning are two pros from the Bahamas. Roy Bowe is an exciting young golfer out of Nassau who has played well in local tournaments. Gary Groh gives Bahama Reef another powerful entry in the competition. West End pro. Bob Rogers, said the course will play long and tough for the pros during the four day tournament. The par 72 course, rated at 70 by the PGA, will play to 6.850 vards. 1 flimGm WW -m i K SK I" fun r-t Fiberglass Polyester i I I Men's Basketball RIVERA BEACH - Three games tonight will open the Riviera Beach Recreation Men's Basketball League. At Tate Center, American Legion Post 268 will oppose Joe's Drive Inat7andTAA Warriors will meet Howard Glass at 8:15. A game at Wells Center will send Pratt Whitney against Schmidt's Pharmacy at 8. "Ml K SKA II" II H, DAY II- ? Mpi Poll, TO no ' Hilt fiSHING WfD HI. i m io ii r Super Wides. suspension has been lifted. 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