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South End Reporter (Newspaper) - February 8, 1967, Chicago, Illinois THE SOUTH END REPORTER, February 8, 1967 Page 39 BOWLING NEWS Almost bowling pins have been mauled down by the keglers from the Holy Name Societies of St. Anthony of Kensington and SS. Peter and Paul of West Pullman dur- ing the first tour highly competitive match game series events held in the Rose- land area. This revealing statistic, a- Last year, Bruno Spagnola of St. Anthony served notice that he was in the groove during the first two games and was maintaining a fast pace. However, he fell short as he completed the event with a formidable tally of 663, 20 pins shy of the record With a borrowed bowling ball, Edward Nabzdyk, the West Pullmamtes. Captain James E. Kukalis individuals who are very much concerned with this activity and its success this year piloted his Graff's Namely, these two talkative wA gentlemen were Erme Dalle nowshki captained he Liberty Mnllp 11753 S State the B a k e r y qmntet to ldentlcal or gmator o his owl Sg competition between the two Roseland area Societies, and John J. Peredna, 12403 Ra- cine, Calumet Park, the Foods S' second event ln These are the top two team totals in the handicap team series division garnered by general chairman of the 1967 the SS. Peter and Paul qum- program. tets. Trophies above were donated by local busi- nessmen as awards to be given in the second an- nual Eiche Turner gymnastic meet Feb 19 at Tur- ner Hall. From left areRolfe Helmke, local gym- nastic instructor; Scott Fulkerson, Larry Jogt, Blythe Bacler, Joan Anglo and William Rosen- burger, gym trustee. The 5th annual match g a m e Second best over-all mark series is scheduled for Sun- Of was collected by the day, April 2nd, and will be world Camera Shop of St. staged at the Cedar Park Anthony in 1964 also. Armand Lanes, 12345 Halsted. As in c. Dequi was the captain of the past, 36 bowling quintets the outfit. -18 from each Society-will Scratch team senes hon0rs participate in the event. are nejd by tne Doty-Panozzo This competition is one of Cnapel Of st. Anthony with Gil the most unqiue bowling pro- Betlnnardi serving as its cap- grams to be arranged any- tam> The mortlCians score of where in the United States at 2_85Q was up ln jast any time in the long and year's match, glorious history of the sport Liberty Bakery, with John of bowling. D- teMaire at the helm, ac- This event is an all-day cumulated a scratch total of The Eiche Turners will play affair Both the bowler and m 1965, the best ever host to the second annual in- his wife or guest and others posted by SS. Peter and Paul vitational gymnastic meet on are entertained throughout the HNS_ Sunday, Feb. 12. The event morning, afternoon and eve- In handicap individual will start at 10 a.m. ning. three-game series class, Boys and girls will com- Peredna, representing the Tony Betmnardi leads the pete in three age groups- SS. Peter and Paul HNS-the gt Antnony bowiers with a midget, intermediate and jun- hosts for the affair this year, 685 reglstered ln lg66j whlle lor. Trophies for the meet stated that St. Anthony has a James E Kukalis fashioned are being donated by a num- three-to-one advantage in the a 668 to zssume honors ber of Roseland area busi- series, having won the honors ft category for SS Peter nessmen. in 1963, 1964 and 1966 paul HN5S For instance, the West Pull- DRAUS PHOTO Eiche Turner Gymnastics Meet Feb. 19 Veteran sports columnist John Carmichael, right, congratulates Roland Nocera, prominent Roselandreal estate man after Nocera received the cov- eted Key Award for his service to the Gateway Jaycees, a branch of the Chicago Jajcees Nazareth Lutheran Defeats Fernwood Methodist 43-40 The Eiches will be striving to gain a leg on the travel- man bowlers will be back on ling trophy. A home-cooked their chicken dinner will be served dar Park Lanes. These by the Ladies Auxiliary after bowlers roll at this bowling the gymnastic meet. establishment every Monday A portable television set evening and it was here that with a stand will be a special the West Pullmamtes scored prize. Proceeds from the e- their first and lone victory vent will benefit the equip- in 1965. ment fund. (The winner of the match Turner Hall is located at is determ.ned by the grand 165 E. 115th. total handicapped pintail.) Secondly, the odd-numbered year of 1967 favors the SS. Peter and Paul side inasmuch as their first win was scored in a year with an odd number The traveling trophybe- Fenger Grads George DelCotto of St. Anthony is all alone in the scratch individual game de- partment with a nifty 267 score He rolled this lofty total in the first match game series. In the second game of that event he opened up with eight consecutive strikes, on his ninth heave he literally buried a perfect pocket hit and left the four pin stand- ing. Nevertheless, he re- covered, picked up the spare and finished on a striking note. Walter Figurski, president of the tough and popular 18- team SS. Peter and Paul bowling league, is rated Nazareth Lutheran, last InahighsconngafiairNaz- Tom Stewart was the Pres- m the graduation exercises year's midget champions, took areth Lutheran took over bytenan sharpshooter with 19 Of penger Evening School, the lead in theSouth End second place by whipping points followed byLarryStan- 1122o s. Wallace, 27 gradu- Church basketball league at Bellevue Baptist 77 to 61. ley with 14. Gerald Johanson ates received diplomas. Palmer Park by nipping Fern- Rus Sonne veld found the led Bethany with 9. The graduates included 18 comes tne sole possession 01 number two in this area with a wood Methodist 43 to 40 in an hoop for 32 points and team- Mldget games scheduled students from the high school f Society 256 Eame- He Put thls fleure exciting affair. mates Don Elwardt had 14 and Saturday at Palmer Park are: Rena Benetti, Gregory Bit- %'Vtravelme trochv was Ricky Dahl led Nazareth Dave Anderson 11. JohnNord- Fernwood Methodist vs Rose- owt, Ida Box, James Collier, tte VrVes com- with 21 points while Mark gren tned to keep his Belle- land pr6sbyterian, First Philip Darche, Ernestine Chalfanthadnforthelosers. vue team in the running by Reformed vs Nazareth Lu- Durr, Wilma Johnson, Edna Second Christian was a 47 scoring SOpomts. th z 15 Kostelyk, Jessie Laden- W over Roseland Feinwood Methodist sen- berger, Rita Lee, Alberta ss- feter and iors remained unbeatenbyde- Senior games Saturday at and Margaret slobvInDonEen fating Third Christian 65 to West Pullman Park: Third Miedema. up Reverend Adolph Na- 1m, formerly pastor of the ians mui i1 for Third. in' the junior circuit Second was First Reformed 71 Methodst, 8 30. Christian won its eighth to 46 over Second Christian Midget Standings straight game defeating Rose- with Duane Ensmg totaling 33 land Presbyterian 54 to 31. points for the winners, Ron Nazareth Lutheran Sid Tigchelaar came up with Wiersma scored 21 for the Fernwood Methodist 21 points for the winners and losers. Roseland Presby- First Reformed Pat Cunningham scored a like tenan was a 49 to 35 winner Second Christian number for the losers. over Bethany Reformed. Roseland Presby. f St. An- Beverly Turner, David Ver- thony posted a three-game hagen and Joyce Willoughby. lndlvldual scratch serles re' The following will be gradu- ated from the elementary dm- L sion: Eutha Banks, Jane 1 Chamberlain, Willie Mae Gor- 2 don, Ophelia Graham, Mandie 2 Harris, Christiana Hood, 5 Emily Juzczak, Virginia Kir- 6 land, and Annie Spencer. on the board in 1966 Tom Kiss, West Pullman's top individual average kegler during the 1965-66 season, recorded a 252 scratch game in the inaugural event alsn. Kiss opened the third game of the event with seven strikes m-a-row NOTICE TO TICKET HOLDERS in any serious jeopardy. Betinnardi rolled games of 209, 219 and 255 to finish with a highly respected total of 683.
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