Independent from Long Beach, California on March 11, 1966 · Page 50
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BOWLING ALONG ^Records Totter in 'Southeast Tourney By DAVE TAYLOR Records were tottering from f,the .-first ball . as Sou theast .pls.trict Assn. kicked'off one pfethe largesticity tournament jjjJHjjff ..competitions . . i n Southland 3S; c*l Sunday. tttcted thtlr MW CHI Ctrl r.clixling Hll'lle WsUIn, v;ci u~ 'ecretanMrea surer) .bowling history with weekend " fltroel, 'Dmldtntj Jtan Bobble Heklt Merrill, nhtorlan ant '. The 3*9 tournamen was led by Jo xjng 710, Alice =erouson m and Funny Money Flashed by Dolphin Owner iMk, C.IH., ii, i4 INDEPENDENT-- P*g« C-7 By RED SMITH At 1:30 : p.m. Danny Thomas w a s finishing breakfast in the penthouse of the Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach where he sleeps between comedy routines .downstairs. Over his pajamas he wore a Chi- nesn mandarin robe of silk with enormous sleeves, which he used as pockets for'cigarettes, matches and handkerchiefs. When the waiter came up to clear away, Danny reminded him to replenish the club soda in the bar and make sure it was stocked every day with the necessities. "How would you like," he shouted in mock anger, "to be a busboy with only one chevron?" He put a headlock on the waiter, wrestled him around in a circle, then fished a bank note out of his pajamas. Apparently he sleeps in his money. "Five dollars," he told Joe Robbie, his partner In the Miami Dolphins. "Make a note." "Wait and see how we do in the first game,"Robble said. Thomas is angel and chief stockholder of the American Football League's expansion club here, with 109 head of animated gristle currently depending on his bankroll for fodder. 4 * · * ROBBIE, the Minneapolis attorney who was a 14- year-old sports editor In Sisseton, S.D., when Danny was a candy butcher, is president of the club. His chief assistant in charge of personnel Is Joe Thomas, who worked in the same capacity building up the Minnesota Vikings in the National League. Their coach is George Wilson, the old end with the Chicago Bears who speared the De- troit Lions to the NFL ; championship in 1957. And Charley Callahan, of Notre Dame, beats the drums. Pro Grid Briefs DAUE MEMMELAAR, reunify tcmrirH by lh« AllanU F*l"«t In ft* NFL ix- K aiiwi pool, |» rclUm? frwn pra fw:= ill. Th« nieound guard will btcom* · S ichooJ CM en In Goihen* Hiw York. EKRY MAZZANTI f ?tl«n*1vt *f4 vrh» hai b«en In tn« jArrnv lh« Mtt two vtirj, i tuned wim im Phflwtipfil* E«gi» Thvrwfav. H« won trie Elgin' jtarfln* till delerutv* evj rob In 1963 »t a rcokli. JACK HORRIOAK, head of Iht American FooltM'l U*oui publicity doartm«nt, wai named * vtce-orti'dcnt of th* Buffalo Biiii, Hi wilt »iiixn» dutr« in tf« m:Wit ef June (or Iht BIIEi. at Crown Bowl and Center.: V.V Wayne McMurray was the vjdeavy hitter. in the opening round team action of the 30th ·,9nflUal tournament as he paced his Choate's Five crew to an early jeajd on the 536- tearA'-entry with a 673 cluster at Crown. " \",--.. . McMurray 's performance boosted the Choate's crew to a 8,264 team series and current leadership of the schedule^ four-week tilt. The blis- teflng Choate's 3,264 tops by nearly 150 pins .the winning 3,116* team total in the 1965 Tournament! Meanwhile, in singles action at Clark, Len Elsenberg went wild^pn games of 222-235 and t.,. a scratch 684 series gave;him a 748 with his handicap to claim the firstjweek singles lead. Conrad' .Conklin with 62E and Scott Stevens hitting 660 bottled up a handicap 1,425 tally to top the doubles event whjle Al Miranda, Jr..whacked a v h)gh 1,955 all-events total. . ;Jhe tournament goes Into its/sijcpnd round at Crown and weekend. THE GRJEATERLos Angeles Aj}-||ars'. served notice to all crJmers lirtheir last session at Klrkwobd'Bpwl as the .league aVfraged better than 205 and .p'fit-"three 'men over the 700 rrpfc ··· fjfparkling the action was Jay Robinson with a mighty 246212-279 for 737'backed by Carl'-Winfield, 256-719, Ralph Meents, 267- 266 - 713 and Tom Hathaway, 688. Th EdoTe Joseph Bowling Supply cru.. was, tops v*IWl _ · 3,2Sft team series anc Soullrwest Bowling Suppty ceme a wltt · 1,111 Won team same. In there were 16 men over 635. MARY MOKLER detonated the booster rocket that ex. ploded the Women's All-Star Trio T Singles league into orbit for, .another out - of - control scoring binge at Century last week. Bombing out blistering singles.-.pf 255-25-234, M a r y racked .up a fantastic 714 in trio competition and came b'ack in the singles shooting to tally 680. 'Following Mary down sfrlka alley, the . all-stirs produced 10 olher games over . «0,. fjaturtno Don la Liyne 679, Bel ly Mrveie? MS, D. D. Jacobion «»·*»· · j-ZirnmYrman'oll and Jerl Penrose 607. j A NEW 700 Club member "4s unusual at Marina since, jhf way we hear it, everybody out there eats up a 700 jor breakfast every day, but . .Glenn Parlin'got his name on {the list for the first time Juesday. v Shoollno Ihe Tuesday «» Scratch. -Glennr 170 averager, uncorked oajnes el ·KS-KS-1T9 for a beefy 7*?. Anolher 5H ^jcratch loop bowler, Elrno Mack,^ [°£^? irst Chlp open Dlav. Terry Lale feaoue wllri wife Sandy pctled 23! lor Mine. rV^rina announces a ..», v.,.^ -.~Tf Sweeper rur.nlno every '^rloav wllh contlnvoys squads from 1 to £ TOE DENNY'S Horses (troupe ; ran roughshod over Jthe 925 Scratch'league at /Clark Center with an 1,166 'Jeam ganie and 3^26 series. C- Contributing to the total ;were, Kert Jordan 677, Denny '%urch 665, Van VanderPlaats .626 ; "BiU Sexton 600 and Jerry poodwin 558. Don Morrison towed, ttw Indlviifoal .»hoo!ln» with 701 and Chuck Holly "Stiacked 457. In dlslaH action, t was n c « . .Sue Jarfles 5M, Lucil · laH icllo cille Cra , i^ll Meria Stepheni, · each with 2«. Wary .latfsluixier senUi a reminder fo o»ls ·fiat her Ladles Ni . remlixfcr f Taps lo-jrnamt · M I D I lie. 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