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Page 20 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiona, Sunday, March 20, 1988 Sports Officials Prepare For State Games Director expects Logan regional to be bigger, smoother By JERRY MOREHOUSE Sports Editor Coordinators and local supporters of the Logansport Regional of the White River Park State Games met Wednesday evening to kick off preparations for the June 23-25 local event. Jerry Miller, director of this year's Northwest Regional in Logansport, said with a year's worth of experience, the 1988 event should run smoother than last year and has the potential to be bigger. Miller and his committee persons already have begun taking steps to improve on last year's performance, from the standpoint of finances, data services, emergency medical services and promotion — but most importantly, participation. As the smallest of eight cities hosting a regional, Logansport fielded a competitive number of : entrants in last year's regional, but Miller is hoping to- increase those figures, especially from the surrounding counties. Other regional sites are Columbus, Elkhart, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Muncie, Richmond and Terre Haute. A total of 1,951 entrants from 12 counties took part in the 1987 Logansport Regional Games. Of that number, more than one- fourth came from within Cass County. Miller said a goal of attracting 25 percent more competitors this year is attainable. "We can handle 2,500 Cass County's Contribution To White River Park State Games •533 athletes represented Cass County in the 1987 State Games. •69 of those athletes went to the state finals. •32 medals, including 7 gold, went to Cass County athletes. • Participation increased by 50 percent from 1986 (354 athletes); also increased from 1985 (320) and 1984 (84). •Jamt Scagnoli set State Games Finals record in long jump (10 & under girls). •Joe Reitman set State Games Finals mark in non- licensed short trials male cycling (age 11-14). •Ed Closson took home two gold medals in diving, one with a record-setting performance in platform (age 41 & over). (participants)," Miller said. He also noted that Columbus had the highest regional participation, with 2,724 competitors last year. There were more than 7,000 participants at the state level in 1987. Randy Kuhn, Logansport Sports Facilities Chairman, echoed Miller's statement. "We're going to have to sell our own program. If I understand, we have to re-bid for this (regional). It would be a real feather in our cap if we could get a lot more athletes here." To achieve that increase, Miller and his committee felt personal contact is needed to reach athletic directors, coaches and community leaders in the outlying counties. For that reason, the Logansport com- mittee acted on a suggestion from the state public relation office to hire an intern to do some of the public relation footwork. Miller announced that Robin Peterson, of Logansport, will serve as White River Park Regional Intern for Logansport from May 9, through the end of the games on June 25. Peterson is a graduate of Logansport High School and is a sophomore at Indiana University. She is also a former Iron Horse Festival Queen. Miller said her duties will include speaking engagements and setting up meetings throughout the 12-county Northwest Regional. Also at the meeting, Miller expressed his thanks to local State Games Medalists State medalists from the 1987 White River Park State Games in attendance at last week's kickoff dinner were (front row, L-R) Steve Wescolt, racquetball; Michael Gilbert, wrestling; Matthew Gilbert, wrestling; Jeremy McCarter, diving; Jami sponsors, First National Bank of and GTE. State Logansport, Memorial Hospital Supermarkets, Sieve Summers/Pharos-Tribune Scagnoli, track and field, (second row, L-R) Gina Terkula, cycling; Terry Baker, wrestling; Tony Magna, wrestling; "Sneakers" the White River Games Mascot; Corey Ciosson, diving; Brad Hodson, diving, (back row, L-R) Jerry Lambert, track and field; Ed Closson, diving. sponsors Marsh and Methodist Hospital in Indi- Hook's Drugs anapolis were also recognized. Tyson Starts World Tour With Japan Bout Against Tubbs TOKYO (AP) — Mike Tyson takes the first step on a planned world title tour when he meets Tony Tubbs on Monday, fighting in the fifth heavyweight championship bout outside the United States in this decade. It will be the second heavyweight championship fight in Japan, which has produced a host of world champions in the lower weight classes such as Yoshio Shirai, Fighting Harada and Kuniaki Shibata. George Foreman, who at 40 is fighting after a 10-year layoff and who hopes to challenge Tyson, was the first heavyweight champion to defend the title in Japan. He knocked out Joe "King" Roman in the first round Sept. 1,1973. Muhammad Ali, who engaged in eight championship fights outside the United States, introduced heavyweight boxing to Japan when he scored a 15-round decision over Mac Foster in a nontitle fight April 1,1972, in Tokyo. Tubbs, a former World Boxing Association champion, generally is not considered much of a threat to upset the 21-year-old Tyson's title plans in the scheduled 12-round fight, before a capacity crowd at the 55,000-seat at the new Tokyo Dome. 3 Add Scores To Honor Roll Lohning's 621 tacked on to women's list CAN PORT ENTER Three bowlers already in the Top 10 lists added Honor Roll scores to their season totals. Jim Marlatt Jr. tacked on a 768 series to his credit, whiie Dave Jackson matched his best game of the season —a 279. For the women, Shirley Lohning added a 621 series to her tally. Bowling Notes MYERS TOP 10 HONOR ROLL MEN'S GAMES Jim Marlatt Jr.(B) 300,299,299,279,278 Jerry Spencer(M)(B) 300,289,278, 277 Keith Beckler(M) 299,290,289, 289,285,280,277 RonGreen(M) 299 Dean Smith (B) 299 Bret Roland(M) 290,290,279,274 Jirn Marlatt Sr.(B) 289 Otis Lloyd(M) 289 Barry Ledger(M). 288,276 Jeff Goltry(B) 279,277,277 Larry Johnson(B) 279 Fred Brazzle(M) 279 KenWilliams(M) 279 BillPowell(B) 279 Dave Jackson(M) 279,279 Clark Hostetler(M) 279 MEN'S SERIES Keith Beckler(M) 835,773,756, 744,737,736,734,723,723, 718,717,713,711,711 (B) 736 Clark Hosteller(M) 792,739 Otis Lloyd(M) 787 Jim Marlatt Jr.(M) 771,768,748 (B) 825,821,795,790,739,737,724,717 Larry Johnson(B) 767 Gary Muir(M) 755,716,716,710 (B) 716 Jirn Marlatt Sr.(M) 745 RonSmith(B) 744 JeffGoltry(B) 741,711 Dave Jackson(M) 736,727,722,714 Herb Reeser(B) 736 WOMEN'S GAMES Phyllis Gray(M) 258 Helen Smith (B) 257 Jane Viney(B) , 249,240 Ruth Ann Coppock(M) 249 Terry Nipple(M) 247,235 Monica Powell(B) 245 NltlaRush(B) .,' 245 Bertie Johanning(B). — >....,.-... 244 Charlene Muller{B) 243 D»b Plercy(M) 243 WOMEN'S SERIES Helen Smith (B) 675 Donna JonesfM) 638 Shirley Lohning(M) 633,621 SueDeHaven(B) 626 Bonnie Hosteller(B) ,. 625 Linda Marlatt(B) 617 Betsy Artrip(M) 614 Bonnie Taylor(M) 614 Penny Parmeter(B) 614 Kim Carroll(M) 604 MEN'S SERIES Jim Marlatt Jr. 768, Fred Hirschler 689, Clark Hosteller 676, 662, Dave Jackson 663, Ron Myers 662, Gary Smith 657, Larry Johnson 653, Jim Taylor 648, Bob Davis 6-16, Keith Becker 645, Charley DeHaven 643, Barry Ledger 641, 624, 620, Bob Parish 641, Herb Purtee 638, Dennis Medbourn 637, 630, Bret Roland 634, 622, 618, Gary Muir 633, 619, 602, Dean Smith 633, Don Myers 631, Jeff Conn 625, Chuck Phillipy 624, Dave Bauman 622, Aric Raderstorf 621, Bob Eldridge 616, John Conrad 609, Larry Julien 607. MEN'SGAMES Dave Jackson 279, 237, Aric Raderstorf 278, Clark Hosteller 277, 250, 246, 226, Jeff Conn 268, Charley DeHaven 258, Jim Marlatt Jr. 257, 256, 255, Jim Taylor 257, Paul Myers 247, Herb Purtee 246, 236, Fred Hirschler 246, Dennis Medbourn 245, 231, 225, Chuck Carbaugh 245, Jeff Goltry 244, Dave Bauman 243, Bret Roland 242, 228, Gary Smith 240, 235, Bob Davis 23S, 232, Jerry Spencer 237, Keith Beckler 235, 225, Phil Ambas 235, Gary Muir 235, Paul Morris 234, Barry Ledger 233, Chet Richwine 233, Bob Baker 233, Dean Smith 233, Bobby Lee 233, Gary Seward 230, David Duzenbery 228, Dale Weaver 227, Larry Johnson 226, Jim Yates226, WOMEN'S SERIES" Shirley Lohning 621, Phyllis Gray 559, Edna Spencer 557, Kay Foerg 557, Julie Conn 554, Danna Jones 554, Lois Robinson 549, Jane Viney 549, Ronda Danford 547, Jane Carbaugh ?43, Mae Eastwood 540, Jean Roller 536, Nancy Bowman 533, Bonnie Taylor 533, Bev Patterson 533, Kim Carroll 532, 527, 525, Fran Muir 528, Deb Fultz 528, Phyllis Sherrill 526, Deb Curl 525. WOMEN'SGAMES Phyllis Gray 226, Jane Viney 225, Danna Jones 225, Shirley Lohning 213, 206, 202, Pauline Sherman 211, Edna Spencer 210, Phyllis Sherrill 209, Vickie Bixler 207, Mae Eastwood 205, Sharon Reynolds 204, Jean Roller 203, Ronda Danford 203, Sandra Osborn 202, Ginny Howard 202, Kathy Henry 202, Darlene McElfresh 202, Joyce Rusk 201, Bonnie Taylor 201, Missy Boehme 201 , Deb Perdue 201, Jean Grandstaff 200 SENIOR CITIZENS GAMES Men: Bob Schwarzwalder 204, 192, John Hamilton 200, 190, 153, Lowell Cree 189, Vern Jones 184, 170, Paul Sprinkle 181, 180, 158, Augie Bjick 179, 170, 160, Oris Shanks 158, Charlie Goodrich 157, 1 54 Women: Marilyn Schwarzwalder 190, 152, Cleda Brown 173, Freida Bjick 170, 152, Janet Dixon 169, 156, Mildred March 163, Clara Lybrook 157, Janet Cree 156, AnnZartman153, Doreen Kindig150. Boys: Kevin Knox 169, 96, Mitch Reed 129, 100, 92, Brian Reese 124, 96, Justin King 120, 99, Chad Gilslinger 119, 97, 95, Aaron Myers 118, 109, Robert Lee 100, 96, Aaron Ashcrafl 99. Girls: Tammy Bowman 146, 130, 125, Sarah Hlatl 146, 129, 128, Teresa Ward 130, Stephine Hiaft 112, "Billie Jo Woodward 110, 93, Wendy Moore 105, Amy Davis 90. JUSIIORS'GAMES Boys: Ron Harmon 196, 149, Kenny Knox 195, 169, Bryan Glietz 191, 173, 152, Mike Jordan 180, 179, Cliff Harmon 180, 168, Mike Gaumer 179, 136, 131, Ricky Gotshall 170, 165, 142, Ron Gaumer 167, 139, Matt Myers 150, Chad Monroe 145, 128, Jamie Reese 145, Steve Dye 143, 130, Ryan Hickle 136, 136, 132, Rob Smith 130, Brandon Davis 125. Girls: Kim Henderson 154, Christine Clark 144,136. MATolSGAMli Boys: Garvin Spencer 222, 194, 193 (609 series), D. Fitzpatrick 151, J, Fitzpatrick 150. Girls: Theresa Swanson 168, Amy McLeland159. BOWLMOR MEN'S SERIES Dean DeWitt 730, Jim Marlatt Jr. 722, 652, Ron Babb 716, Jim Marlatt Sr. 694, Dave Lucas 690, Bob Rothgeb 680, Jeff Goltry 675, Al Fowler 669, Bill Powell 659, 606, Dan Hildebrand 655, Jim Marlatt Sr. 652, Glen Gaby 650, 626, Bob Kennedy 644, Jack Coffin 636, Tom Smith 636, Harold Clem 630, Ron Smith 630, Ed Cramer 626, S. Smith 620, Pete Higgle 620, Cecil Richie 618, Jr. Smith 617, Larry Johnson 617, Harry Smith 612, Clark Hostetler 611, Jeff Newport 610, Jerry Spencer 609, 603, Gary Muir 607, Ken Michael 606, Bill Powell 606, Barry Ledger 605, Jack Lowe 605, Ralph Garrison 602, Doug Norzinskay 602. WOODLAWN CENTER MEN'S SERIES Tom Frushour 496, Jim Moss 468, Paul Byerts 439, Matt Campbell 399, Jim Levy 399. ^MEN'SGAMES Tom Frushour 202, Paul Byers 179, Jim Moss 172, 164, Mat! Campbell 154, Jim Levy 151, Kris Roger 150, WOMEN'SSERTES Linda Brenner 397, Pam Hatt 381, Deb- bl_e_Perry 326,_Patty Douglass 311 L _ ____-__-„__ Linda Brenner 144, 144, Pam Hatt 134, 124, 123, Tracey Payne 129, Patty Douglass 124, Debbie Perry 124. MEN'SGAMES Sean DeWitt 278, 235, Glen Gaby 276, Dan Hildebrand 268, Jim Marlatt Jr. 267, 249, 237, Jim Marlatt Sr. 267, 248, 226, Gary Muir 265, Bill Powell 259, 227, Ron Babb 258, 237, Bob Rothgeb 256, 226, Jack Coffin 256, Harry Smith 248, Jeff Goltry 247, John Viney 247, Al Fowler 246, 225, Bob Shoup 246, Bob Bishop 245, Ralph Garrison 243, Tom Smith 241, Ken Leffert 240, Dave Lucas 238, 235, S. Smith 238, Ron Smith 236, 225, Don Barnes 236, Clark Hostetler 235, Bill Flnley 234, Phil Schodrof 233, Bob Kennedy 233, Jerry Spencer 233, 233, John Farris 232, Ed Cramer 230, Tom Ryan 229, Hap Howell 227, Ken Martin 226, Barry Ledger 225, Ron Green 225. ~~ WOMEN'S SERIES Betty Guess 595, Betty Viney 594, Sandy Perslnger 587, Cindy Kennedy 559, Pat Haynes 549, Monica Powell 548, Lois Stevens 546, Diane Qulllen 544, Rose Smith 534, Shirley Elpera 533, Barb Coplen 533, Jean Roller 529, Pattie Champion 527, Betsy Artrip 524. WOMEN'S GAMES Betty Viney 217, 204, Shirley Elpers 216, Sandy Perslnger 214, Betty Guess 212, Pat Haynes 211, Nina King 210, Betty Viney 209, Cindy Kennedy 208, Judy Beckler 204, Bonnie Hostetler 203, Deb Stevens 203, Monica Powell 202, 200, Freida Mann 202, Karen Abbott 200, Shirley Newport 200. ___ " Mike Scagnoli 585, Cory Crlpe 548, Ed Skelton 540, Troy Kafka 523, Scott Williams 456, Kevin Newport 454. cleaning? Place a "Help Wanted" ad in classified. 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