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10 FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1964, Lake Charles American Press Double by Rookie Downs Giants 4-3 Hy The Associated Press John Briggs is*" a listening man's IhinkiT. In I his case, Briggs, a Phila- i dclplifa rookie, was doing thci thinking and the listening at the | same time. j Tho mental fea!, plus the two-1 run double that, rr^iltetl from it, | brought the Phillies a 4-3 tri-i umph nvrr San Francisco in If)' innings Thursday night and' boosted Philadelphia's National! League lead to i'i games over! the second-place Giants. The Phillies were in danger of tumbling from the top after Die Giants took a 3-2 lead in their 10th. But Johnny Callison doubled, Tony Taylor was hit by a pitch and Richie Allen beat nut an infield hit, all with none mil. Up came Briggs, using a different bat. It was Allen's longer and heavier bat, and the 20-year- old left-hander was trying it for the first time. "I thought I would do better against a left hander with a longer bat," Briggs explained. "I saw it coming," the rookie said, "and I thought to myself, 'Swing,' and I swung." The bull shot out to the right field wall for t\ double, sending ; Callison ami Taylor across with | the tying and winning runs. ' Not so fortunate was Casey ) Stengel, who celebrated his 74th j birthday by watching his New jYork Mets lose to the Los An| gdes Dodgers 5-3. Elsewhere in | the NL, Pittsburgh moved into 1 third plnrc by sweeping Houston j1-0 and 8-3 and St. Louis defeat! cd Chicago, 5-2. The Phillies led 2-1 until Willie McCovcy smashed his 14th homer in the ninth inning with one out. San Francisco then went in front 3-2 in the 10th as Harvey Kuenn singled, took second on a wild pitch, went to third on a sacrifice and rame home on a single by Willie Mays. Gus Triandos homered for the Phillies in the third when Jesus Alou connected in the Giants' fifth. The Mets appeared well on their way toward handing Stengel a delightful birthday present, the first victory over Sandy Koufax in their brief history. Bob Taylor had fjiven New York a 3-0 lead with a three-run homer in the Fourth. NATIONAL BOXES SAN FRANCISCO PHILADELPHIA ob r h bl ab r h bl Kucrm If S 1 2 0 Rolas cl 4010 t anlrr 2b 4010 Calllsan rf 5110 Mays cl 1021 Taylor 2b 4)11 Hort 3b i 0 1 0 Allen 3h 4010 Mcfovcy Ib .S 1 I I Johnson If 1000 I Alou rl .111 Kov'ton nh-lt 2010 rrtmdoU c 4 0 J 0 Brings pr-lf 1 0 I 7 Poem v, 1000 Amaro Ib-sj 4010 M Alou nh 1000 Triandos c 4111 DVcnport ss 1 0 1 0 Wine is 7000 Hondlcy o 1000 H'r't'n ph-lb 0000 ci'Deil p 1000 Culn n 2 1 i o Snifter Dh 1000 Dalry'plc ph 1000 Peterson ph 1 o n o Total* 37 J 11 3 Total! M 4 » 4 liono out when winning run scored. inn Francisco 0000100011—3 Philadelphia OOJ 000 000 2—4 I -Allen DP—San Francisco 1, Philn- tlrinhin 1. LOB—Son Francisco 8, Phila- tlriphln 10, 2B—CrandfiH, Calllson, Brlggs. HR—J. Ainu (.1). McCovcy (14), Triandos (3). ,'r - l.onlf f. ! IP H R ER BB SO ll"li«l 0 o npii .1 i-J 7 Twilight Game HOUSTON IMTTSOURGH , ob r h bl ai Spancjlcr If 4000 Boiley 3b FOX n, 4 n 0 o vinion <t Gomos rf .1 o 1 d c.lcmrntr rl Bond Ib .1 n n o Lvmh it AsnrG'nlr ;ii> .1 n l n Mold n White i.i >. o 1 OMornpii Ib Kosko \; .1 n I o Bru'iPss ( Grolp I .1 I) I n Mnrrr'skl'jh Brucr D ? 0 0 0.',! hodrld ss ., . l- r:w n rotnls 32 o i 0 Totoli But the Dodgers scored two runs in the seventh on Jim Gil- linm's single, Willie Davis' triple and an infield out, then tied the game In the eighth on a run- scoring double by Wally Moon, who batted for Koufax. The Dodgers rallied for two runs in the ninth, Tommy Davis driving In the winning tally with a single. The Pirates got tight pitching from V c r n o n Law and D o n Schwal) in their sweep of Houston. Law pitched a five-hitter in the opener and scored the only run on Bill Virdon's single in the sixth inning. Schwall held the Colts scoreless in the nightcap until the ninth inning when a three-run outburst brought on reliever A McBcan, Jerry Lynch homered in flic fourth and singled in the first two runs in the Pirates' seven-run sixth. Bill White drove in four runs as the cardinals increased their winning streak to six games, longest in the league this sea son. White singled across two runs in the (bird, knocked in an other with a single in the sev- enlh and sent home the fourtl with a ninth-inning sacrifice fly, BASEBALL STANDINQS Wrong Team Responds To Strategy by Tebbets .1 0 0 0 • :l 0 I I .into .1000: o o o n .T o i o ' :i o i o : ono By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost Pel. Behind , . Pittsburgh t-SchollrKJ. burcjh ;i. SB - Ktj'Ao Bruc<\ New York «! 37 Qoltmioro 62 39 .ftM ' Chicago .M 40 .600 2 Los Angeles 54 52 .509 II Boston 51 5? .495 12' . DclioM 50 n .-185 U' 3 0 0 01 Minnesota -n 53 .-180 14 3 ' 1 0 j Cleveland 43 57 .-UO T» "151 Washington .11 65 .387 24 Kansas Clly 39 62 .386 23' j LOOKING AT RECORD — Thirteen-year-old Patty Caretio of Commerce, Calif., looks at the slop watch held by timer June Ferguesson after breaking world free style records at 800 and 1500 meters in the National AAU meet at Los Altos, Calif,, Thursday. (AP Wirephoto). Unknown Gilbert Leading in Canada By The Associated Press Birdie Tebbetts is a master of psychology — only sometimes the psychology backfires. That's what happened to the Cleveland manager Thursday night when Washington defeated the Indians 8-7. Tebbetts shook up his club with a rash of fines and then the Indians shook up the Senators 1 with a rash of runs. Cleveland had scored six times before most Washington fans were settled in their seats and Tebbetts was congratulating himself for waking up his team. Unfortunately, the Indians also woke up the Senators. When Washington came back with seven runs in the sixth and added some clutch relief pilch- ing by Jim Hannan and Ron Kline, Tebbetts and the Indians were back where they started — on the short end. Two-run singles by Joe Cunningham and Dick Phillips were the key blows in the Senator splurge which put Washington on top, Hannan, who came on after the Indians hopped on Al Koch for five singles and a homer by Vic Davalillo in the first, pitched five shutout innings. The Indians got a run in the eighth and loaded the bases with two out In the ninth on three walks before Kline came on to end it. It was the sixth straight loss for the Indiana and fourth straight victory for Washington. And it left Tebbetta wondering what a team has to do to win a ball game. Elsewhere in the American League, Baltimore belted Min- oles but needed ninth inning help from Slu Miller after Ron Henry smacked a pinch two-run Eagles' Lineman Suffers Injury a neck injury during a dummy scrimmage Thursday, but i' not expected to miss more than a day or two of practice. Keys was injured when he was blocked by 270-pound rookie tackle Bob Brown from Nebraska. HERSHEY, Pa. (AP)Howard Keys, Philadelphia Ea- nesota 7-4 and Chicago blanked j gles' offensive lineman, suffered Detroit 2-0 in the only other " " A " 1 ' '"'""" *""*"" " ' ) " r " m " games scheduled. • Gary Peters, who has been j doing some fancy hitting for the White Sox, left the run-making to Bill Skowron and concentrated on pitching. His three-hitter stifled the Tigers and ran his re« cord to 12-3. Skowron produced both Chicago runs with a sixth inning triple as the third place White Sox moved two games back of the idle New York Yankees. Runner-up Baltimore trimmed the Yankee margin to a half game by stealing some of Minnesota's thunder with a five home run barrage. Jackie Brandt connected twice and Earl Robinson, Dick Brown and Brooks Robinson had one apiece for the Orioles, who tied a club record for homers in one day. Rookie Dave Vineyard won his second straight for the Ori- AMERICAN BOXES MONTUKAL (APl - The Bruce, Law, \ T—1: I L, 9-8 luillalo r,_o ;.J 1 B 1 3 2-o' 1 man In 3rd; P e Pierce loced 1 0 i r y man Cnip Fknrtvhun . .•• Muhalley, W. 10 I'crbfff faced ) in' "d 3 men In loth; n toth. HUP—B/ Culp (J. llnvlorl, WP—Culp, A -27,604. ST. LOUIS CHICAGO ab r h bl ab r h bl Nllht Gome HOUSTON I'lllSBUIIGH .... otl r h hi ob r |, bl Li""! /h 4 l I n Pnilpy ;in 4110 Spongier It ,| | 2 0 Virdon a 3000 Grimes it .111? Clfincntn if .t 1 2 (i Bond Ib :; 0 0 OLynoli If 3123 Holinmn ph 1 U 0 0 Mota pr-ll 1100 l .' Aipro lite j» .toil Slaracll Ib 3 t t 0 I I „ ! WMlte Ct i n n fl Mnjnr ..H ')K A 1 0 1 M Alou), By Perry Mahatley. T— 3:03. rl It Hand Brni-k Grotll '.s Bnvr -In Whilr Ih Shannon ft Javi'T :h llp'lri f .1210 Cowan cf 501 0 A'lfltano 2b 3 2 1 0 Williams If 2110 Santo 3b A 0 2 XBuite 3b-r( 5 f) 3 1 Bonks Ib 4000 Gahr'lson rf .1010 Mcw't ph-3b .1 fl 0 0 Rci-lfll c Sthnllrr c Podqers ss Ellsworth p Clemens ph 14 i 10 $ Totals Tolo'l SI Ltuu Chicago . r—Grnal i OR—r.t i oui-, 10 VB Ginnt, flrnrV;. worth. Sl—WhltP. IP H P 5 1 1 ni'.»vorlti L, 12-12 62-3 » MrDnnict I l-:i 1 FIMon 1 I x F-nrod 2 men In 9th. T.--2..IO A—11.173. DP— 5 ',nd"rM VV. 13 8 110 4011 4120 2000 1000 4010 2000 2011 7000 2000 2000 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 31 1 t 2 OOJ 000 201—5 Ml 000 001-2 touls 1, Chlcoqo 1. Chiraqo 5. 3B-Cowon. S-Ellv WMlte ct Ko'sko ?.o Orole <. Owen 1 , p Kobrrls Ib Totoli Houston . PfltJburgh E-S. 1. LOI Owens, L, 4-7 . J°n« Coornbs Schwall, W, '.', \ McBean Schwail in. cij 000000000—o Kansas Clly .000 ool oox—l Thursday's Result} I OB—Hm;h|on 6, pfffs-i Baltimore /, Minnesota -t | Chicago 2, Detroit 0 .<B~Galnc r ,. .S—Bailey i Washington 8, Cleveland 7 Only aames scheduled. 'f H R ERBB SO ' Today's Gomes ...n .i l i n 5' Boston (Monhouquclte a-S) at Los An— 1 i 0 0 0 3 I acles, (Galewood 2-0), nlqht . N"W York (Downing 8-2) at Minnesota Posaial 10-8), nioht. Ballirnorf (Bunker 11-2 and MctJnlly 78) ol Knn'.us Clly (O'Dononhue 7-o ond Bowstiold 34), 2, twl'nirjnt. Dolroit (K'akow 67 ond Sparmo 33) at Cleveland (Strange 4-10 and Ramos 48) 2, Iwt-nighl. Chlrnga (Pl.'arro 13 1) al Washington (Daniels 58), n'tiht Boston tit Los Angeles, night Bo.limoro al Kansus Cily, night New York ot Minnesota Detroit at Cleveland Chicago at Wnshlnrjton Sunday's Gomes Boston ot Los Angeles Baltimore al Kansas City Nriv York at Minnesota Detroit at Cleveland, 2 Chicago ot Washinnton. ^ NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Behind Philadelphia 58 41 .586 — Son Francisco ....58 44 .569 K'I Pittsburgh 5.1 tt ,346 4 Cincinnati 5J 47 .539 4V'i St. LOUIS 5,1 48 .525 6 Milwaukee 5i 48 .520 A'i Los Angeles 50 49 .505 8 Chicago 45 51 .485 10 Houston M M .437 15 New York ,10 n .114 29',i mere mention of Gibby Gilbert's ! name always brings the same 'question: be worried about his anonymity. They asked the same question of Arnold Palmer, once an unknown himself, when he scored "Who's lie?'.'" ,his first pro golf victory in the But Gilbert, a 23-year-old J? 935 Canadian Open. from Hollywood, Fla., needn't ; And look where Palmer is to... day. THE Gilbert . I 0 0 0 Mazcr'skl 2b 4 1 1 ? 0 0 OPngllaroni c 4 1 J 1 l (1 0 Obcliollcld ss 3111 V 0 0 0 Schwall n 4021 1000 32 3 6 3 Totals 33 813 7 000 000 003—J 000 107 OOx—8 Oibby Bob riiirjve , Bill Collins Rex Baxter Bob Rosburq Jack Nlcklaus LEADERS 34-34—68 33-.17-70 37-33—70 35-35—70 35-35-70 Bob Vcrwcy 35-35-70 ongier. DP— Houston .'). Pittsburgh ouston 3, Pittsburgh 4. ' . 2B— Spongier. ,'iR — f.ihofield, 'Game'; HR— Lymh UJ>. SB-Motn. S— Virdon IP H R ER Bfi SO 1 ] 3 R f, 6 1 c 2-3 .i ? ? n 0 2 ? n 0 0 2 if I, 1 ,1 i 6 i n n 0 0 1 mm In 9iii HBP — By Coombs (Schollclll). WP— Owens. T— J;09. A--II.3U. R ER PB SO 7725 000! LOS ANGELES NEW ob rh bl Wills !,•, -1 II 1 0 Kleins Gllllam 3h -1110 f.lii W.Davis cf Fairly !h T Davis If HowcncJ rf Parkrr pr-rl Oliver 2b Comllll r. Grllfllh ph Torbonj f, Kotiltlx p Moon ph R Miiirr p Totals . A ? 2 I Thomas tb 2101 Hkkman cf ,101 1 Tciylor t :i o i n KuiiPhl ih 1000 Gander rm -1 0 1 (I /.llnicin II 2000 McMillan ss MOD '.itollard p 0000 '; 000 1011 i n n o 33 5 8 4 Totals Two Blast Out Easy Victories In Fern Softball Lo> Artaolcs 000 000 J17—S . Ntw Yorlc 000 300 000—3 < E-Nom. DP-l-lcw York 1. LOB-Los i AiKiclcs 4, New Yoik 3. 2B~Moon. W. Davu. 3B—W. Davis, HR—luylor (3). S—Aitman ; IP H R ER BBSO Koulrn 7 S 3 3 I 7 1 R.Miller, W, ft-1 5 00000 ' Slollorrt, L. 6-M .. 8 1 3 7 J 5 1 4 l Waketleld 2-31 0 0 0 0 HBP—Dy WakffirUl iTc.iborg) Balk— T-2.43. A-40,7«2. , Thurvdoy'i Results YORK si, Louis 5, Chicago J an rh bl| Lai Angelej 5, New York 3 Sh 4000: Philadelphia 4, San Francisco 3, 10 In- t'phci if 4 0 1 0 i nlngs. 4 I I Oi Pittsburgh 18, Houston 03 3110 Only games scheduled. 4IM Today's Games .1010 Milwaukee (Lemaslcr 10 7) at Chicago 1 0 n 0 (Buhl 126) 2000 San f-ranclsro (Boiln 3-4) at Pittsburgh 3 0 n n Gibbon 7-4, night 3000 Los Angeles (Mo«ilcr 5-9) at Philadelphia (Short P-5), night Cincinnati (Tsltourls 6 "M at SI. Louis (Richardson 1-0) mcjht : Houston (Johnson 6-10 and Larjen 1-3) 31 3 5 3 i ot New York (Fliher 6-12 and Lary " "" 1-3), 2, twl-nlqht Saturday's Game* Al Gelberger Willie Scholl Arnold Palmer ... Phil Giroux Howie Johnson Harold Kneece •.. Chuck Courtney .. Jay Hebert Terry Dill Dan Whrjlen Moo Norman Gary Player Jack McGowan ... Dudley Wysong Jr. Babo Hlskoy Kermit Zarley .... Billy Casper George Knudson .. F-rrd' Hawkins .... Roy Ployd Dan Suies 35-38—73 Bob Panasluk 39-34—73 Kel Nagl* 38-35—73 37-33—70 38-33-71 35-36—71 35-36—71 37-34—71 33-38—71 35-36-71 35-36—71 38-34—72 36-36—72 36-36—72 35-37-72 35-37—72 37-35-72 38-34-72 37-33-V72 37-36-^-73 36-37—73 37-36—73 36-37—73 Lnbron Harrlj Herb Hopper ., Wilt Homenulk Pete Cooper .. Lionel Mcbert Archie Dodian Roy Pace Charles Coody Ron LpfrMicr ., Cliff Brown ... larry Mowry Bobby Ford .. Jack Rule Jr. Pot* Brown .. Jr. Gilbert, who has the Initials C. L. in place of a first name, too a step in the same direction Thursday as he fired a four-under par 67 to take first-round lead in this year's Canadian Open. "I was very lucky," he explained while still in a state of semi-shock. "I haven't won a nickel on the pro tour and I started last August. Some lawyers from Miami are backing me." BALTIMORE MINNESOTA ob r h bl ob r h bl Brondl cl 5 1 2 3 Versolles ss 4100 Aporlclo ss 5010 Ollva rf 5131 Johnson Ib S 0 1 0 Hall cl 50-10 B.Rob'on 3b 4111 Klllcbrcw II 5021 Bownes rl 4120Mlnchcr Ib 4010 E.Rob'on If 3112 Rollins 3b 4080 Adalr 2b 4000 Battey c 2010 Brown c 2121 Klndall pr 0100 Vineyard p a 1 0 OCroyl 2b 4000 Arrlgo p 1000 Allison ph 1000 Kostro ph 1000 Henry ph 1112 TotolJ 35 7 10 7 Total* 37 4 1) « Baltimore 030 010 01 J— 7 Minnesota 000000022—4 E— None. DP— Baltimore 1, Minnesota 1. LOB— Baltimore S, Minnesota 9. 28 — Apnrlclo, Mlncher, Bailey. 3B — Ollva. HR— E. Robinson (1), Brown f*>, Brandt J (U), B. Robinson (M), Henry (2). S— Vineyard. If H R ERBB 50 Vineyard W, 2-1 ..81-3 1 4 4 3 5 Miller 2-320000 Arrlgo L, 64 32-35 3 3 1 '3 Kllppslcln 3 31101 Fosnow 2 23320 WP— Vineyard. T— 2:35. A— 10,514. CHICAGO DETROIT ob r h bl ob r h bl H'shb'aer rl 4120 Thomas cf 4000 Butord 2b 4000 Wert 3b 4000 McCrow If 3100 Kallne rf 4 0 T 0 Stephens II 1010 Demeter Ib 4000 Ward 3b 2000 Brown If 3000 Skowron Ib 4022 Frcchan c 3000 Hansen ss 4000 McAulltfe ss 3000 Lcmdls ct 4000 Lumps 2b -3010 Martin c 2010 Wlck'shom p 1 0 0 0 Peters p 400 OWood ph 1010 Sherry p 0000 E— None. DP—Delrolt 2. LOB— Chicago 7, Detroit 4. 38 — Skowron. S— Wickersham. IP H R ER BBSO Peters W, 12-5 ... 9 30007 Wlckersham L, 12-8 8 A 2 2 3 6 Sherry l o 0 0 l ) Bolk— Wlckersham. PB— Martin. T— 2:00 A— 7,924. CLEVELAND WASHINGTON ab r h bl ab r h bl Howser « 4020 Blas'amo 2b 3 1 2 0 Davalillo cf 4111 Kennedy 3b 5100 Wagner II 4121 King rf 2000 Chance Ib 5110 CunTiam Ib 3222 Francona rf 3121 Lock cf 5000 Smith ph 1000 Brumlcy c 5110 Romano c 4110 Valentino If 4 1 :! 2 Salmon 2b 4021 Brlnkman ss S i 3 I Held 3b 3201 Koch p 0000 Donovan p 3011 Hannon p 2000 Whltfleld ph 1000 Phillips ph 1012 Brown ph 0000 Hlnton pr 0100 Camos pr 0000 Rldzlk p 1000 Total! 14 7124 TotoU 34 812 7 Washington 6)0 007 oox— a E— Sicbert. DP-Clevelond 1, Washington 1. LOB— Cleveland 12, Washington 11 HR— Davalillo (j). SB— Salmon. IP H R ERBB SO Slcbcrt, L, 2-4 . 12-33 2 1 2 3 McMahon .... 1 0 0 0 3 1 Hannan, W, 3-6 52-3 5 1 1 5 1 Rldzlk 12-33 1 1 0 1 Krcutzer 1 00031 Kline 1-300000 HBP-By Rldzlk, Held. WP-Hannan. Bolk— Slebert. PB— Romano. T— 3:19. A Totals 32 2 6 2 Totals 30 0 3 0 —4,779. 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Daley's and Sam's Grocers; captured LCHC Women's soft-; hall victories at High School' Park Thursday night. i i Daley's blasted the Left Ov-j rrs, 23-2 while Sam's was turn- ! ing back the Beauty Spots, 12-8. | Carolyn Morgan hit a two-run homer in the third to spark a ]7-run uprising for Daley's. Kathy Gravey had four singles and scored three runs for Daley. The Beauty Snots gave up 10 Iwscs on balls to Sam's for the biR difference in the second game. Andrepont Blazes Red-Hot 244 Line lib LINES: 215. 600 SERIES: HONOR ROLL Men Le« ProlHcr ;'15, Jo. Fries LCRC WOMEN'S LEAGUE ..15(17)— S3 t? 0 ..20 0 — 2 0 10 D.ilc/ I HI Mai,' Bonsall ond Clevle hontenot; Cor- o'vn Moracm, Pot AAjtter, Sue Benticy ( .) ond Brtnda Gulctrv. HR—Daley's: Corolyn Moiqun. ;ird. ,...121 jt- » ....034 s-12 C.arOiyn Jonr*. SMcrrvf Go*v (J). Carf>i/n Jonu-. (i), batcjh M\«rs (4) and I-'hyihi Bciio 1 !; Acinus Fuidicr and Mar- aorel f-oicninn. Rough Riders In 25-J Canada W/n MO.N'TREAf- CAP) - The Ottawa Rough Riders completed a iour-game unbeaten exhibition schedule Thursday night by defeating the Montreal Alouettes £H in their last game before the opening of the Canadian Football League schedule. None. Women 1 18S I INT-S: Hnlln! Anil'cpont '.'4-1 193, Loo Ro'jC .14, Pauhne Blunlon 202, Pat lan- | div \' f l. Dll Dowlfi 19/. Curol Romero I 194, Mildred l.vmr, 1/J, Carni,-) Esla- i vine lvi). IJulli l-ilriulcr 189, Dot Roa^h 1 'B8, furol Ronirio 16-6. SOU SLRIFS: Haliie /.ndrcncnt V9, Belly Smllh 550, Carol Romero 5.W. Belly ; Chucniun 571, Pnuluta Blimlon 514, Polly llrnn,nnn 106, Put toiletry 506, Carol Romcio !''->. Oil Dowics 503. , llattie Andrepont blasted the < pins tor a iM4 ^aine lo set a record in tlio Howlarcna Mixed , League to top Thursday night pui ai'iion. Andri'pi.iiit aKo added a 578 to lop wornrn's scries play lor the night in jiacinji the Unducideds I to a 7iH) U-ani ^atiii' Lee Prailu-r chalked up a 255 .c.'iine for the Foes in the Friend: ship Mixed League to pace the ' mrn'.s bovvlinjj. j'ralher .started I off with four strikes, a spare j in Hie fifth, then three more i strikes, a spare in the ninth. 1 and two strikes and nine pins in the lentil for Ins fine game. , Glenda Smith converted the j 6-7-10 split in the Him [arena | M i x i-d League. Other good seores wre a 550 series by Bet- I ly Smith and a 533 series by I Carol Romero. DOMESTIC ENGINEERS Women 1 * Game: Betty Smith, Queenan, 323. Women's Series: Smith, 550. Team Gain«: Challengers, 662. Iccim Series: Qu««nan, 1697. FRIENDSHTr MIXED Men's Gomt: Lte Prather, Foes, 2b5. Men's Series: Roy Glllesple, Ridgerun- ners, 573. Trani Game: SOB'S, 870. Team Serin: Johnnis'j, W14. BOWLARENA MIXED M«n'^ Game: Lloyd Hcnnlgan, HI Ro's. 202. 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