The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 29.10.1976, Blaðsíða 4

The White Falcon - 29.10.1976, Blaðsíða 4
Page 4 White Falcon October 29, 1976 To boost scholarship fund KBA holds 'Scotch Doubles' The first meet of the Keflavik Bowl- ing Association bi-monthly "Jackpot Scotch Doubles" was held Saturday night at the Arctic Lanes. According to coordinator Chic Lomona- co, the events are being staged to raise money for the KBA scholarship fund and to provide entertainment to bowling en- thusiasts. He said the KBA is hoping to award the largest scholarship or schol- arships ever presented to a graduating student or students of A.T. Mahan class of 77. "By starting early," he added, "we know we have better chances of achieving our goal. Saturday night was a great success. Approximately 40 couples par- ticipated in the event and we raised about $50 for the fund." Scotch Doubles is open to all KBA members. The only requirement is to sign up for the event as a couple (man/ woman team) and pay entry fee at the time of bowling. A sign up sheet is usually posted on the bulletin board in the bowling alley. Grindy beats VP-49 in post-season game For the base football championship, Grindavik upheld the pre-tournament favorite's row by defeating VP-49 in the post-season tourney, 20-0. Grindy won the league championship, remaining undefeated in the 14-game schedule. At first, the game was a stand-off and tied in the first half, 0-0. However, Grindy won out as their de- fense again was outstanding as they held the "Woodpeckers" scoreless while Randy Spillers, ace quarterback, connected on three touchdown passes, two to Tom Spiehs, 15 yards and a third to Bill Rathfan, in eight yards. Grindy tacked on two extra points to complete the rout to the season's end. VP-49's defense proved outstanding until they tired in the last half of play. Saturday's Scotch Doubles result: 7 p.m. Game 1 (regular bowling for men and 9 pins no tap for women): 1 Peggy Lomonaco/Zeke Parham 191 2 Mary Spillers/Wayne Orkin 189 3 Diane Kidwell/Ted Mendoza 188 Game 2 (9 pins no tap for men and 8 pins no tap for women): 1 Peggy Lomonaco/Joe Rhodes 258 2 Mary Spillers/Chic Lomonaco 253 3 Carol Holmes/Zeke Parham 251 Game 3 (lights out — regular bowling for men and 9 pins no tap for women): 1 Susan Lund/Wayne Orkin 209 2 Dora and Earl Fronabarger 209 3 Carol Holmes/Joe Rhodes 187 9 p.m. Game 1 (same as above): 1 Diane Kidwell/Zeke Parham 209 2 Susan Lund/Bob Kalinowski 205 3 Peggy Lomonaco/Von Soriano 176 Game 2 (same as above): 1 Peggy Lomonaco/Frank Larmeir 235 2 Diane Kidwell/Bob Kalinowski 222 3 Randee Larmeir/Earl Fronabarger 218 Game 3 (same as above): 1 Peggy and Chic Lomonaco 173 2 Dora and Earl Fronabarger 169 3 Carol Holmes/Joe Rhodes 153 Referees attend clinic Twelve referees participated in a pre-season basketball clinic last week. Frank Kinney, vice-president, ex- plained rules and regulations to the referees. The officiating staff consists of Jose Farley, Bob Curtis, Joshua Enriquez and Ray Studnicka. Other referees are Ken Murrie, Rene' Mahone, Jerry Smith, Jay Darcey, Bob Simister, Bill Marie and "Goose" Gosnell. Base bowling roundup# Iceland Couples league League standing: C'est La Vie The Sparemakers Dyn-O-Mites 18-6 17-7 17-7 High average Bill Showalter 180 Mary Spillers 156 High series Randy Spillers 599 Carol Holmes 566 High game Jack Klabechek 224 Dave Haviland 224 Jan Spiehs 189 High series (hdcp) John Miller 645 Rita Odell 640 High game (hdcp) D. Christopherson 257 Chris Quinn 246 OWC Winter league League standing: Team #3 Team #7 Team #4 High average Ora Knutty Loida Hopper Terry Souhrada Pat Matson Doris Foy Ora Knutty Terry Souhrada Doris Foy Lou Hall Ora Knutty High series (hdcp) Anna Lee Lila Thorpe Pat Matson Anna Lee Terry Souhrada Sue Mantonya High series High game High game (hdcp) International league League standing: H-l NavFac Admin High average B. Creamer High series A. Stever High game W. Marquis High series (hdcp) T. Lafera High game (hdcp) P. Eastman D. Crum 17-7 15-9 14-10 146 143 139 438 429 428 176 161 160 160 563 556 543 210 208 201 18-6 17-7 15-9 186 617 246 670 247 247 Tuesday Night Mixed league League standing: The Islanders 21-7 Gumbie Bears 19-9 High average Dave Burfisher 174 Dora Fronabarger 164 High series Mike Spath 559 Myrna Farrar 474 High game Wayne Orkin 214 Pam Acevedo 186 High series (hdcp) John Sorrentino 601 Gloria Sinclair 601 High game (hdcp) Darryl Trimble 261 Linda Guentert 231 Guys and DolIs league League standing HowZa 'U' Dago 29-19 Devil's Advocates 28-20 Fred's Improvement 28-2" High average Von Soriano 171 Peggy Lomonaco 153 High series Bill Marquis 568 Betty Silsby 513 high game Jim Kollefrath 212 Jean Kollefrath 199 High series (hdcp) Al Mikula 606 Chic Lomonaco 606 Helen Soriano 610 High game (hdcp) Ron Sherman 232 Sheila Sherman 224 <• Keflavik Men's Classic League standing: Team #5 Team #8 Team #3 46 1/2-31 1/2 44-34 43-35 High average High series High game Paul Eastman Paul Eastman Fred Trace 186 634 264 Sports shorts Pre-season tournament basketball finals will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday. Volleyball will be played at 3 p.m. tomorrow and Sunday. Racquetball will probably start this week. In late November a wrestling tourna- ment is scheduled. DEADLINE: 5p.m. Monday Automobiles 1974 Fiat 128 3-door station wagon, summer/winter tires, heavy duty springs, European specs. Call Ron at 7503 or 7504. 1973 Datsun.wagon, A/C, auto, AM-FM radio, tape, available at the end of Nov Call 7661. 1973 VW Superbeetle, US specs, two sets of tires. $2000, call work 4517, home 4449. 1973 International Scout II, 345 V-8, PB/PS four wheel drive. Call work 4517 or home at 4449. 1972 VW Beetle, European specs, '75 VW rebuilt engine, new paint, radio, 4 summer and 4 studded snow tires, Just tuned. Inspected and insured, $1500; call Jim after 4 p.m. at 9-2961. 1970 VW nine passenger bus, good con- dition, both summer and studded tires. $1500. Call for Dan at 7914 during wocking hours or 4162 after 5 p.m. 1968 Volvo 144, fouo door sedan, nuns great, reliable, insured and inspected- available Nov. 15, $1200. Call 4615 and ask for Mike Krawec. 1965 Ford Galaxie500, engine rebuilt last winter, summer tires included, in- spected and insured, $400 or best offer. Call Mike Harbert at 7593 after 12 a.m. 1971 VW Superbeetle, excellent con- dition, five summer tires, four snow tires and chains, car top carrier. Call Hanson at 2125/2110/4189 on days or 7977 at nights. For Sale A 21" color Philco TV, completely re- conditioned for $250. Call 7546 or of- fice phone 6110. Pecan dining room set for sale, in- cludes table with eight chairs, china cabinet and buffet. Asking $800. Call 7187 for additional information. Transformers; 1500, 300, 250 watts. One cent per watt or best offer. Call Capt. White at 4671. Playpen, stroller, car ssat all in excellent condition; blue pile snowsuit only two years old; jeans sizes 14-15, real cheap, child sizes 2-4. Call 7365 after 6 p.m. Mediterranean console type stereo with 8-track tape, AM-FM radio and turn- table; bookcase, lady Schick mist hair curler set. Call Larry at 2177 after 5 p.m. or 4128 DHH. TV, 21" black and white portable. Call Glenn Brady at 2290 AIMD. Four F78 X 14 " snow tires in good condition for $75, tubes included. Call 2166. One refrigerator. Call 6241. Sweaters, jewelry, formals, square dance dress for $10; misc ladies clothes, truck tire, G78-15 new, can be studded. 950-3 F. Phone 6256. Two parakeets and wire bird cage. If you wantguppies, my 55 gal aquarium has what you're looking for. Call 7650. General Electric canister vacuum, dishwasher (Kenmore), four cappets twelve brass goblets, girls' 3-speed bike, boys' 10-speed bike, Penney's * re- cord player. Call 4449. Rebuilt starter, six volts for VW; $25, six to twelve volts, converter, VW taillight lens, Garage Sale at 1077-B tomorrow at 1 to 4 p.m. Mamiya-Sekor 528 TL, 35mm camera, plus wide angle and doubler lens and carrying case all for $100. Call Mike Harbert at 7593 after 12 a.m. 1000 watt transformer; $15, 1/4 inch thick wet suit with fins, mask, snorkel, boots and weight belt; $40, two metallic blue motorcycle helmets for $20 each. Call 4149. A brand new Phillips 220 volts hand held hair dryer with accessories; still under warranty, used only on recent -va- cation. Call 7551. 10 X 11 rust color carpet, two elec- tric heaters. Call Vi at 7741. Mult-family rummage: girls' clothes size 10-12, hair dryer, baby beds, stereo, radio, cassette, bikes, mower, chains, and many more. Tomorrow noon to 5 p.m. at Bldg. 929-2. Miranda Sensomat RE, 35mm SLR. 50 mm fl. 8, 200 mm F 3.5, cases, mint con- dition. Good first camera for $145. Call 9-2961 after 4 p.m. Badger M-200 airbrush and Badger M- 180 compressor, mixing bottles in good condition for $55. Call 9-2961 after 4 p.m. General Electric refrigerator (large) for $60. Call Perry at 9-1918. Braun professional F-180 flash with battery pack (NICAD) and geaerator guide No. 110 for ASA 25 film built in tilt for bounce flash and detachable for hand.held. $100, contact 4537 or 7879. Transformer: 1500 and 300 watts. Call 4612 or 7658. Four H78-15 summer tread tires used, but has lots of miles left; $35, one 14" universal fit rim; $15, also will trade two H78-15 with new tires for two G78-15 with tires. Call 7365. Wanted Two front seats for a Datsun, reason- ably priced. Call 7620 between 7-4 p.m. or 4149 after 4:00p.m. The Ice and Fire Theater Group is in desperate need of one or two inflatable chairs. If you have one to lend, lease, or sell, contact Debby Flack at 7008 DWH. One or two inflatable plastic chairs of any kind Including children's chairs we'll buy, rent or whatever, They are needed for a play. Call Pat 7470 any- time. Good natured person to sweep, mop and wax and clean walls of commom areas in 3-story quarters. Pay $10 a week, contact 7546. Lost free Eight week old kitten needs a good home. Call 7187 after 5 p.m. Red and white male cat, two months old, box trained. Call 7322 ask for Ron or Rene Pearce. Female black, lovable cat, very good with children, litter box trained, two years old. Call 7650. CPO Wives Chib The CPO Wives Club will have a Hail and Bless at the Glacier Hut tonight be- ginning at 7:30 p.m. This will be a pot luck dinner with plenty of food, fun, and dancing for all; also there will be a board meeting on Nov, 1, 1976 at the home Pat Oglesby, quarters 1071-D at 7:30. NCO Wives Club The NCO Wives Club will meet on Wed. Nov. 3, at 7:00 p.m. in the home of Carol Studnicka, Qtrs 952-11. A make up demonstration will be featured, all wives of E-9 and below are cordially in- vited to attend. Call Judy Thomas at 7712 for rides and information. BAMA Reading glasses in brown Glenn Brady at 2290 AIMD. case, Call The Brotherhood Association of Mili- tary Airmen in Iceland will have general meeting tomorrow in the Naval I Station Conference Room in Bldg. 752 at 2 p.m. La Leche League La Leche League will discuss Nutri- tion and Weaning on Monday, Nov. 1, at 10 a.m. in quarters 963 2-H. All in- terested women are invited to attend. For more information call Linda Winkler at 7616. Ice & Fire Ice and Fire will hold its business meeting Nov. 4,at 7:30 p.m. in Building 1-183

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