Marlene Pizzini For the Havre Daily News firstname.lastname@example.org
All of us are thinking about you Skip and hoping you have a speedy recovery. Did you know that altering the surface of a bowling ball by the use of abrasives during league is prohibited? The use of approved cleaning agents such as rubbing alcohol and polishing machines is permissible. The staff at the desk can help you with these problems. The use of powder may not be against a USBC rule, but it is frowned on at Hi- Line Lanes. The use of it on bowling shoes is an absolute NO-NO. People use your heads. Not everyone has trouble with their shoes, but you are causing major problems with the use of powder on yours. The desk has many solutions for your sticking problems. The best one I have found is a teflon patch. I can assure you, your sticking problems will be over. Call 265-5885 to make reservations for New Year’s Eve Jackpot Bowling. Those of you who have, your tickets are ready to pick up ASAP. Regular jackpot is held Saturday nights at 8 p.m. The PeeWees will begin their short season of bowling Jan. 7 at 1 p.m. Information may be obtained by contacting Chris at 265-5317 of Joanne Antley. Holden’s Scotch Doubles will be held Jan. 20-21. Two shifts will be run each day at 1-3 p.m. “The Dewey” No-Tap will be scheduled later. In Bantams, Tracer Nitz shot a 92 and a 140, Daeton Keeler a 64 and a 103, Dylan Hendrickson had a 64-game, Tucker Carlson a 101 series; Megan Erickson a 71, 61 and 132, Jacey McDonald a 43 and a 74 series, and Brittney Bergren a 61 series. 1st: The Strike Master. 2nd: The Bowling Girls. 3rd: The Hot Dogs. 4th: The Strikers. In Preps, David Denny shot a 133, 122 and 348, Spencer Morkrid a 126 and a 338, Tanner Hentschel a 301, Brandi Erickson an 88 and a 212, Shania Carlson a 80, 72 and a 206, Jacinda Doney a 147 series. 1st:The Burton Strike. 2nd:The Strike Force. 3rd: The Pin Slayers. Kyle Surber put together games of 211, 197 and 192 for an even 600 in the Jr/Majors. Seth Jensen had a 482 and Paul Jensen a 455. Jessica Erickson shot a 139 and a 374, Tianna Drew a 132 and a 353, and the high series of 381 belonged to Dyani Holzhausen which included a 137- game. 1st:Pin Shot. 2nd (Tie): Cotton- Headed Ni., Team 162. 4th: The Trojans. 5th: Team 2. Happy birthday Terry Lilletvedt! Marie Hobson gains one tomorrow while Gayla Cody gains on the 15th, Julie Owens the 17th and Karia Gerky the 19th. Don’t feel alone, I was too. Laurie’s birthday was the 9th. Carmen Shafer picked a 5-8-10; Kathy Moran 4-9; Linda Osterman 5-7; Apple Brown 4-5; Chris Drew 2-5-7; Inetia Cantin 3-6-7-10; Irene Wagner 4-5-7 and a 9-10; Garcia Duran 2-4-10; and Ang Pizzini a 4-6-10. June Hesser had the highs of 203 and 517. Ruth Orr shot a 200, Julie Mariani a 507 and Dianne Watson a 508. Shawn Burrington had the high game of 245 and Ang Pizzini’s 611 was the series. Shawn Mariani had a 237 and a 604, Art Olson 233, Don Jones 604, Greg Munson 238, and Jay Burrington a 232. Shawn Mariani’s 828 was the high four-game. Dave Hamilton had a 791 and Don Jones a773.
Dave Watson had the men’s highs of 248 and 634. Terry Grant shot a 234 and a 588, Chris Pappas a 225 and 579, Sid Haugen a 229, Todd Langel a 237 and Gordon Standiford a 573. Dani and Shirley Kline shared the women’s honors with their 186, 526 and 521, respectively. Lila Redding picked a 5-10; Shirley Kline 4-5 and 4-5-7; and Bev Halter 2-3-9-10.