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218; J .C. Halstead (185) 215 and Ron Squires (160) 215.
Bowlers shooting two 200’s during their three game set: R. McPherson (194 avg.) 211, 224; Bill Call (162) 206, 223/589; John Perry (175) 220, 200.
Honorable mention (160 avg. and under): J.J. J ohnson (158) of the Rawhide II tops this list with a 224 game; Don Robinson (135) 208; Barry Cummings (136) 203; Steven Franceschi (152) 200; Ron Brown (147) 200. v I
Robyn Trost (165) was high for all the women this week shooting a very consistent 192, 203, 200 for a 595. Meryl Manthey (155) was right behind her shooting 215/572.
As promised, here are details of the 8th Annual IGBO Invitational scheduled for May 27—29 of this year, in Washington, DC. This is the National gay and lesbian bowling event of the year and will be attended by 1500 participants from around the US. and Canada. Many S.F. area bowlers are planning. on competing so talk it up and get on a team. Hotel costs can be kept down by sharing rooms (up to four per). United Airlines is offering discount airfares to help in this area, too.
Bowlers will be competing for $1,000’s in prize money in the team, doubles and singles events; the first place team (four persons) 205; Darrel Haven (155) 204; J im Shay (151) 203 and Armando Luna (142) 202.
Ken Crum (156) was “on” two weeks running shooting 202 on
Dec. 29 and a 210 game on Jan. 5.
At Park Bowl, Ed Hamm (156 avg.) had high game for the week of Jan. 4 shooting a great 246 game. Bowlers shooting 215+ games: J.C. Halstead (167) 238; David Arnold (198) 230; Dave Lilly (187) 225; Darrell Thomas (165)
receiving $3,000 alone.
Travel and tournament details can be obtained during your league, or from Mal Garcia at 752-2366.
And last, but not least, I only recently found that I neglected to mention Brett Buckus’ bowling achievement of last September in the Monday Trios at Park Bowl. Brett, a one-and-a-half year bowling veteran, shot 233, 189, and 163 for a 585 series—way over his 144 average. This proved to be his best night of scoring ever. Buckius, a true bundle of energy on and off the lanes, is still jubilant about this effort. “I was so excited . . . my ﬁrst 500 series. It was like y-a-a-a-a!” Need I say more? ‘
Fundraiser In Reno ‘
RENO—There will be a fundraiser show for the AIDS Foundation, Reno AIDS Resident Program, Silver State Gay Rodeo Association, and Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, Feb. 15. Further details will be forthcoming at a later dispatch.
There will be a door prize awarded of a dinner for two at one of Bally Grand’s fine restaurants. Come—have fun and enjoy the show. 0
Second S.F. Leather Contest For Women
The Second Annual Ms San F rancisco Leather Contest will be held on Jan. 23 at the Trocadero Transfer. Leatherwomen from throughout the Bay Area are encouraged to enter and compete for the title of Ms San Francisco Leather for 1988.
Ms San Francisco Leather is sponsored by International Ms Leather, Inc., a California nonprofit corporation that seeks to promote a positive image of women in leather and to raise funds for community charities. Last year, IMsL successfully raised monies for five AIDS service organizations in the Bay Area. The winner of the San Francisco Ms Leather Contest will go on to compete in the International Competition to be held on March 26, in San Francisco. The woman named International Ms Leather
1 has the opportunity to represent
leatherwomen at events and fundraisers worldwide. A fascinating variety of women from all walks of life will be vying for this important title, making both the San Francisco and the International competitions memorable and exciting events.
For contestant registration and information, applicants should contact IMsL at P.O. Box 146504, San Francisco, CA or call J 0y at 863-9413.
The Trocadero Transfer is located at 520-4th Street, San F rancisco. The contest will begin at 8 pm. and tickets are $7 at the door. 0
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