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The First Half of the Season Champions defeated the Second Half Champs in a roll off on April, 13. The team of Bob Grant, Mark Jahnke, and Del Harkenrider scored a total pin fall of 1880 to Roger LeClerc, Denny Rasch and Don Leal’s count of 1839, a 41 point margin. That seems to this Editor to be fairly close, but what does he know?

Mark Jahnke lead his team with 45 pins over average assisted by Bob Grant’s 32 pins over. Don Leal was 31 pins over for his team.

Next September we will begin our 50th Season. We want our League to grow in size. Our players are of various skill levels ranging in averages from 194 down to 105. Our generous handicap system gives everyone a chance of winning.

Player highlights include Mike Fried high game and high series of 269 and 659. Tom Lukosavich won high handicap game of 284, and Bob Vogler won high handicap with 714, one pin more than Tom Kneeshaw.

Special thanks goes to Del Harkenrider, our Treasurer, who doled out $3076.75 in points and prize money awards. Because of his stellar bookkeeping, we start off next year with $7.25 in the bank.

– Written by Bob Vogler

We need substitute bowlers to keep our teams at full strength. It only costs $6 for 3 games and it’s a good way to make new friends and pass away a long winter afternoon on each Thursday. We can use you any Thursday at 12 noon at Harbor Lanes on Jefferson Ave, one block north of 10 Mile Road. For any information, call Bob Vogler at 313-882-9636.

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