Marlene Pizzini For the Havre Daily News email@example.com
"Basic research on his game is what a bowler is doing when he doesn't know what he's doing!" Hi-Line Lanes will be opening at 3 p.m. If you need a ball drilled, have make-up games, etc, call Ken in advance and he will be there earlier. Hi-Line Lanes will be holding a bowler appreciation night on April 26. Lunch will be available at 6 and Jackpot bowling will be held following for those interested. There will be no charge for the lunch but $6 will be charged for the Jackpot and the entire amount will be used for the prize pots. Spring leagues are being formed. As of right now, they are looking at Thursday nights at 7 p.m. If you are interested leave your name at the desk. A trophy from the "Dewey No-Tap" went missing from the Youth awards day. If you picked the 1st place award up by mistake please contact Chris at 265-5317, myself at 265-4664, or drop it off at the lanes. Please, the young man who won this award would like to have it back. Chris also has awards that were not given out because of missing people. Those of you who have an award coming, contact her to pick them up. Rolling a 300 game is a feat that takes skill and a lot of luck. It happens so often, bury a ball in the pocket and leave a 7, 8, 9, or 10 pin, that other times would carry. The skill part is making a good delivery, the luck is in the carry. I witnessed the first 300 bowled by Jim Porter during the Mixed Doubles in 1973. I also watched as Shawn Copeland bowled one of his and during two different college classes, Bob Anderson rolled two. Bob's were not recognized as the class was not sanctioned. Since Copeland bowled his in 1990, thirteen others have been added to the list. There should also be one more but because of a USBC rule change the young man's perfect game will go unrecognized. Kelly Olson bowled a 300 game during a make-up session. USBC no longer recognizes honor scores during pre or post bowled games. These games are to be bowled under the same conditions as regular league play so it is hard to say why they changed the rule. USBC may not recognize it but I do. Great bowling Kelly, congratulations, and you deserve the ring and all the credit that goes with it. Tonight is the final for Men's City and as always a position round. As usual, as in so many years past, Oxford Bar and Diversified Surveying will go at it again. In fact, they went at it last week in their regular schedule. One difference, first place was decided last week with the Oxford taking the spot. Second and third are only a half a game apart between Diversified and Everything Electric. It's really too bad the two of them won't be bowling each other. JoAnne Pepin has a b-day the 18th! Deanna Olson picked a 4-7-9-10; Denise Brewer 5-10; Jackie Mayer 2-4-8-10 and 5-7; Kelly Olson, Chris Pappas, and Dave Herman 6-7-10s; Neva Miller 2-6; Norman Mariani 5-7; Lorin Teske 3-4-7-10; Dianne Watson 5-7- 9; and Marcia Malsam and Michale Beck 5-8-10s. Christy Holden had the highs of 218 and 553. Christy also had a 528; Susie Friede 521; Jackie Mayer 520; Lisa Morrell 542; and Michale Beck 531. A 10-pin in the first frame of the first game left Shawn Mariani with the high game of 290. Art Olson shot the series of 666 with a 247. Shawn had a 633 and a 610. Don Jones had a 244, 633, 257, 618; Jake Anderson 258, 607; Ken Riska 248, 658; Dave Wolf 265, 662, 631; Bret Preeshl 245, 657; Randy Randolph 246, 656; Doug Watson 247; Kevin Tweeten 245; Jay Shulund 253; and Ang Pizzini 242, 646. Other "6" shooters were: Kelly Olson 606; Brian Lilletvedt 618; Lorin Teske 618; Arnie Shulund 600; and Mike Hamilton 612. An 874 by Ken Riska was the high four game series. Art Olson had an 830; Don Jones 804; Shawn Mariani 833; Kelly Olson 820; Arnie Shulund 802; and Mike Hamilton 821.