The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 24.11.1976, Blaðsíða 4

The White Falcon - 24.11.1976, Blaðsíða 4
Page 4 White Falcon November 24, 19.7C Couple scores 298 in 'no tap* KBA Jackpot Scotch Doubles Saints edge Buccaneers, 39 -37 With one second remaining to climax an uphill battle, Latter Day Saints slid past the NAVFAC Buccaneers, 39-37, on "Jose" Murray's 30-ft. jump shot. Murray had the hot hand as he poured in 14 points from the outside to decide a tightly played contest. The Buccaneers opened an 18-4 lead in the second quarter and led 19-12 at half-time. Murray's 14 was high scorer for the NAVFAC team while Heywood followed with 10 for the Saints. Lionel Herbert had 10 for the Bucca- neers , followed by Joe Thomas with 9. Luna Groom League standings American Hospital VP-49 Marines Supply 57th FIS Det. 14 NCS TKA National ALMD VP-49B CFK NAVFAC LDS Rockville NSGA AFI "C" league Grindy HS NWSED Public Works TKA AFI Security Ladies' league Vikingettes Trailblazers Lakers Sparks All-Stars Phantoms Recreation IDF Det. 14 Recreation VP-49 Supply NWSED Losses Wins Basketball leading scorers Name Unit Points Games Average "A" league Brown 57th 86 6 14.3 Ritsin VP-49 83 6 13.9 Miller Hosp 69 6 11.5 57th Supply "B" league Nieves AIMD Hernandez NSGA Abrahamson CFK Battenfield VP-49B Washburn CFK "C" league Frantz Hurley Spillers Felton Haviland Recreation Lake Rattner Murray Williams Glover NWSED Grindy Grindy HS HS IDF VP-49 IDF REC Det 14 Ladies' league Hollier HS Wegmueller Sparks Hern Sparks Taylor Lakers Barnthouse Lakers 68 67 73 67 65 64 62 68 53 51 50 45 58 53 40 36 32 36 32 17 14 11.3 13.4 14.6 13.4 16.3 12.8 12.4 13.6 8.8 10.2 10.0 9.0 19.3 26.5 13.3 12.0 32.0 18.0 8.0 5.5 5.7 4.7' Vikings trip NATO in foul-plagued game The Icelandic Vikings edged the NATO Base team, 78-68 In foul-plagued cage action last week. Local players, closed the gap to six points twice, but could not overcome the height advantage by the visitors. Foul-shooting was the base team's downfall, converting 12 for 32 chances or only 37 per cent. High for the visitors was George Bjarni with 18, Jon Sigurdsson and William Torfi, having 10 each. For NATO, high scorers were Walt Medina, 14; Tom Early, 12 and Bill Groom with 18. The next game is scheduled for Satur- day at Njardvik. A home game against Njardvik will be played Dec. 4 at 3 p.m. The three-game series, played in the Njardvik bowl, will be an annual event. Player of the Week Mike Ritsin, of the VP-49 "Woodpeck- ers", was chosen player of the week for his outstanding performances in all his team's games. A hustler on defense, Ritsin leads VP-49's fast breaks with his dribbling. Mike, an excellent shooter from 18 feet and closer, also leaps aggressively as well. The Mary Spillers/Steve Downs doubles team, posting a 298-game, highlighted Saturday's third Keflavik Bowling Asso- ciation Jackpot Scotch Doubles. The game was 8 pins no tap for women (8 pins count as strike) and 9 pins no tap for men (9'pins count as strike). With strikes up to the ninth frame, all actions stopped as the bowlers gath- ered closely to watch the climax. Steve Downs threw a strike ball at the begin- ning of the tenth, followed by another strike by Mary Spillers. Amidst the ap- plause and rooting of the crowd, Steve went up to throw the last ball, hoping to get a strike for a perfect game. The ball rolled, hit the 3-pin and left two pins standing—making it two points short of a perfect game. The crowd, led by Bud Quinn, and all in fun, commented in a booming tone, "Steve can't take the pressure, Steve can't take the pressure ...you turkey!" The evening was very productive and a great success, according to Bud Quinn and Chic Lomonaco, the Scotch Doubles coordinators. "The primary purpose of the bi-month- ly events is to raise money for the KBA scholarship fund," the coordinators em- phasized. "Also, we want people to meet people, make friends, and have fun bowl- ing." The KBA scholarship fund has now raised $100 from the Jackpot Scotch Doubles events. 7 p.m. 1st game—9 pins no tap for women (9 pins count as strike) and regular bowl- ing for men: 1 Mary Spillers/Earl Fronabarger 244 2 Dora Fronabarger/Mike Roberts 212 3 Sonja Cristwell/Bill Marquis 209 2nd game—8 pins no tap for women (8 pins count as strike) and 9 pins no tap for men: 1 Mary Spillers/Steve Downs 298 2 Pat Marquis/John Sykes 273 3 Belen Arquines/Fred Hurban 241 3rd game — Midnight bowling (lights out)-9 pins no tap for women and regular bowling for men: 1 Mary and Randy Spillers 182 2 Belen and Romeo Arquines 174 3 Diane Kidwell/Zeke Parham 166 9 p.m. 1st game — 8 pins no tap for men and regular bowling for women: 1 Debbie and Mike Roberts 212 2 Sonja Cristwell/John Sykes 189 3 Dora Fronabarger/Zeke Parham 183 2nd game—8 pins no tap for women and 9 pins no tap for men: 1 Pat Marquis/Mike Roberts 258 2 Dora Fronabarger/Zeke Parham 257 3 Mary and Randy Spillers 232 3rd game—Midnight bowling — splits count as strike: 1 Mary and Randy Spillers 2 Dora and Earl Fronabarger 3 Debbie and Mike Roberts 202 197 190 Base bowling roundup Guys and Dolls league League standing: Quicksetters HowZa "U" Dago Devil's Advocates High average Von Soriano Peggy Lomonaco High series Bob Kalinowski Betty Silsby High game Jim Kollefrath Roy Smith Jean Kollefrath High series (hdcp) Bill Marquis Helen Soriano High game (hdcp) Ron Sherman Chris Robida 50-30 49-31 48-32 173 159 588 513 212 212 214 640 610 232 242 Keflavik Hen's Classic League standing: Team #3 Team #8 Team #5 76-54 71-59 70 1/2-59 1/2 Iceland Couples league League standing: The Sparemakers 26-14 Fantastic Four 25-15 Dyn-O-Mites 25-15 High average Randy Spillers 178 Mary Spillers 163 High series Bud Quinn 621 Carol Holmes 566 High game Mark Engwall 245 Bunny Walden 198 High series (hdcp) John Miller 645 Sonja Cristwell 645 High game (hdcp) Mick Odell 263 Rita Thompson 253 High average High series High game Mark Engwall Paul Eastman Fred Trace 185 634 264 La Monte attacks rally Supply 'A' to 7-6 win In Sunday's floor hockey, Franco La Monte's unnerving attacks piloted Supply "A" team to a 7-6 victory over Supply "B." Franco's consistent attacks and 4 goals, assisted by John Enriquez' fancy footworks and 3 goals, overpowered the "B" team's rallies in the first and third periods. Rookie goal tender Linver Kroll held the "B" team scoreless in the second period. For the "B" team, Peter Weber had 4 goals and Dave Woodrow, 2. Superb defense was the key to the "A's" victory. DEADLINE: 5p.m. Automobiles 1967 VW. Call Ron at 4267 after 5 1975 Fiat, yellow colored, four stud- ded snow tires, five regular tires. Call 7777. 1974 Blazer, green/white, four wheel drive, automatic, power brakes, steering with 14,000 miles, has gas can and car- rier on it, excellent shape. Call McFadden at work 4107 or home at 6251. 1974 Mazda RX-4 station wagon, snow tires, also steel belted radials, air- conditioned, very low milage. Call 7425 (work) or 6121, Rm. 221, asking $3150. DT Stephen Lee. 1972 VW, new paint, rebuilt engine, radio, has four studded snow tires, chains and four summer tires. Call Jim at work 7412 or home 9-2961. 1970 Land Rover, US specs, two gas cans, newly rebuilt generator and starter, new brakes and three new tires, four wheel drive-$2100 available any- time, preferably mid Dec. Call Dianne Hensler 6119 and 5101. 1970 VW, European specs, new engine under warranty, good tires, insurance and inspection sticker good till March- $800. Call Mike Benier at 4526 or Kazmierczak at 2292. p.m. 1969 Land Rover, lock out hubs, good condition, dependable, 16in x 8 ply snow tires in excellent condition, luggage rack, gas cans-$1900. Contact Dr. Strakley at Dental Dept. or 7455 even- ings. 1969 VW Beetle; low milage, in good condition, insured with four spare tires for $800. Call Rich Nash at 7990 Rm. 218 and leave message. 1965 Ford Galaxie 500, good shape, excellent transportation. Call 7806 dur- ing working hours and ask for Tony. 1972 VW, four studded snow tires, five summer tires, radio, heater, excel- lent condition only three owners, low milage. Call Chris at 7628 or 6278. For Sale Two 500-watt transformers-$7 each; one 1000-watt transformer-$10; Navy bridge coat size 40 regular-$25; Navy pea coat size 38 regular-$25. Contact DPC Trace at work 7934 or home at 4453. Panasonic home stereo center, AM/FM stereo, BSR turntable, cassette deck, two speakers with hookup for four, ex- cellent condition but dust cover is cracked-$200. Call Henslee at 6119 or 5101. Marantz receiver #2270 70-watt/ch. and cabinet-$300; AR turntable and Shure cartridge-$75. Call 3326, Dr. Zanlyons- ky. Hotpoint medium size refrigerator, excellent condition. Call 5141 or after 5 p.m. call 7940. Four E-78 x 14 snow tires, excellent condltion-$20 each. Call Ron Chambers at ext. 7438 or 7248. One Mayfair AM/FM MX stereo with 8- track play/record AMP, two Mayfair speakers, 30 assorted tapes and two cases. All for-$175; three transformers a 2000, 800 and 500-watt for $40. Call Bob at 4498 between 8 and 5 p.m. Sears Kenmore washer and dryer, cop- pertone, good condition-$125 for both. Call 7609. Two 1000-watt transformers, excellent condition-$10 each. Call Stan 2224-4577 form 8 to 5 p.m. Two A 78 x 13 tubeless studded snow tires, used one season-$30. Call 6177. Winter cleat snow tires, 560-15-$25. Call 9-3397, duty at 7439. Women's/Girl's 26 inch, three speed bicycle, excellent condition, no rust. Maybe Christmas? Call-4157. Braun F-800 professional flash-$100; Sears double bed with box springs, frame and head board-$125; alternator (38amp HR) rebuilt-$25; one waist level finder for Nikon F or FTN new-$25. Call Smith at 4537 or home 7879. Teac 2300s reel-to-reel tape deck- $425; Kenwood tuner model KT-800-5, new for $190; Yashica-135mm lens-$85. Call 7816 or 4136 and ask for DP2 Axelson. Wanted Diningroom set table and four or six chairs. Call SSgt. Jarvis 7882 all day Saturday and after 5 p.m. on Tuesday. Free Three adorable six week old kittens, male and female. Call 2156 or see them at 931-1B. Miscellaneous The Brotherhood Association of Mili- tary Airmen will conduct a general mem- bership meeting Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Navy Admin conference room, building 752.

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