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Spring leagues forming now at Hi-Line Lanes

 


Tilleman Motor captured first place on Women's City after a tight battle with Mariani Insurance and Oxford Bar. Members of the team are Michale Beck, Ann McKnight, Susie Friede, and myself. Mariani was second and Oxford third. Nearly the entire season was a back and forth battle between the three teams with just single digit number of games separating them. Men's City ends their season tonight with a position round and Thursday AM just finishes in the morning. Straightaway will end their season Monday with a postition. The following Monday they will have a roll off to determine the overall champion from the first and second rounds. Hi-Line Lanes is offering plenty of things to do to keep boredom away. A spring league is Spring bowling forming that will run eight weeks. A three person team will bowl two games of 9 pin no tap, play two games of pool, and one game of darts at a cost of $10 per week per person. Jackpot bowling is being held Saturday nights at 8 p.m. A "Family Bowling Package" is offered for $40 which includes three games of bowling for four, shoe rental, four medium soft drinks, and four hot dogs or a pizza. Have your ticket punched nine times and your tenth visit is free. When accompanied by an adult/ adults kids bowl for free. Kids 12 and under may three games per day during business hours, no later than 8 pm. This does not apply to any other specials and cannot be used with other specials. Bowling shoes must be worn at a cost of $1.50 and the parent/adult must bowl. More information on all of the above may be obtained by calling 265-5885. Hi-Line Lanes will be setting their summer hours in the near future so you may want to check before driving out there. Lois Leeds has a birthday tomorrow! Fern Lohse picked a 5-8-10, Susie Friede a 5-7, and this one a 5-6 and 5-7. I think most of you know the awful time I have had trying to bowl this season. I haven't had a sore hand or torn up finger for over thirty years so Thursday AM proved to me just how off I have been. I tore one of my fingers up and picked up the "big 4" in a make-up session. Of course it didn't count and my finger is still bloody and sore! Julie Mariani had the high game of 213 and Fren Lohse the series of 524. Julie shot a 511; Lisa O'Leary 211, 508; Lisa Morrell 519; Lainie Fitzpatrick 504; Ginger Zanto 502; and Dana Seidel 201, 513. Ed Boucher's 269 in his 614 was the high game. Shawn Mariani had a 642 with a 245 for the high series. Eric Bartow shot a 246; Bob Ingram 243, 614; Shawn Holden 255, 610; Jason Mc- Donald 243, 606; and "6" shooters were: Barry Zanto 530, Dennis Morse 631, and Kenny Erickson 600. The high four game series of 834 belonged to Bob Ingram. Ed Boucher had an 816, Kenny Erickson 781, and Ken Riska 780.

 
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