Sports Scoreboard Fun Time Pinochle Club winners May 5: Marilyn Allred, 13,620; Joyce Underhill, 12,040; Tony Dodero, 11,600; Ralph Provow, 11,400. Games begin at noon Mondays in Clubhouse 1 For more information, call Diane Van Wasshnova at 430-6590.
– Richard Van Wasshnova
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Jolly Time Pinochle Club
winners May 3: Fred Claveau, 11,910; Anthony Scutti, 11,550; Cynthia Choate, 10,390; Joan Taylor, 9,860.Games are played from noon-4 p.m., Saturdays, in Clubhouse 1. For more information, call Peg Kaspar, 799-0433.
– Peg Kaspar
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Burning Tree Duplicate Bridge Club (ACBL) winners of the afternoon pairs session May 3: First in Strat A: Bee Kinman-Eileen Nelson, second, Linda Carder-Jaye Woodington; third, Betty Jackson-Sue Fardette. First in Strat B: Cooie Dampman-Judy Johnson; second and first in Strat C: Joan and Ted Wieber. EW: First in Strats A and B: Christine Frumen-Joyce Henderson; second, Diane Sachs-Marilyn McClintock; third, Howard Smith-Dorothy Favre. Second in Strat B: Joyce Newton-Ron McClintock; first in Strat C: George Koehm-Jack Dampman. Winners of the afternoon pairs session May 2: NS: Strat A: With a 71-percent game, Bee Kinman-Joan Tschiriki; second, and first in Strat B: Sharon Beran-Jaye Woodington; third, Linda Carder-Ruth Kaller. Second in Strat B: Jack and Cooie Dampman; first in Strat C: Richard Norris-Thuan Quinn. First in A: Dorothy Favre-Sue Fardette. Second, Verna Burns-Howard Smith. Third in Strat A, first in Strats B and C: Cookie Pham-Chuck Cutchshaw; second in Strat B: Stan Blitz-Bob Lofstrom. Games are played at 12:30 p.m, Fridays and Saturdays, in Clubhouse 1. Players are asked to arrive by 12:15 p.m., or if a partner is needed, by noon, and every effort will be made to find one. For reservations or cancellations Friday or Saturday, call Jaye Woodington, 799-1089. After noon, call Clubhouse 1, 431-6586, ext. 381. Director both days was Emma Trepinski. Directors: Friday, Bud Parish; Saturday, Emma Trepinski.
– Sharon Beran
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Y-Rollers Yahtzee Club winners from May 2: Most Yahtzees: Doris Dack.. Highest score: Mary Ann Haugen. The next game will be played from 1-4 p.m., May 16, in Clubhouse 3, Room 6. Games are played on the first and third Friday of the month. For more information, call Cheryl Richardson at (951) 488-8219.
– Cheryl Richardson
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Leisure World Duplicate Bridge Club Winners in the Thursday afternoon game May 1: NS: First in Strat A, Betty Jackson-Bill Linskey; second in Strat A, Midge Dunagan-Diane Sachs; third in Strat A, first in Strats B and C, Renee Hoffman-Dalia Hernandez; fourth in Strat A, second in Strats B and C, Sylvia Kaprelyan-Cookie Pham; fifth in Strat A, Ruth Kaller-Eileen Nelson; sixth in Strat A, Bee Kinman-Joan Tschirki. EW: First in Strat A, Verna Becker-Dorothy Favre; second in Strat A, Larry Slutsky-Verna Baccus; third in Strat A and first in Strat B, Howard Smith-Joyce Henderson; fourth in Strat A, Sibyl Slutsky-Marilyn McClintock; fifth in Strat A, Fern Dunbar-Lavonne McQuilkin; tied for sixth in Strat A, second in Strat B and first in Strat C, Joan and Richard Buhl and Melanie and Jerry Smith. Winners in the Monday afternoon game April 28: NS: First in Strat A with a 71.79 percent game, Joan Tschirki-Bill Linskey; second in Strat A, Bee Kinman- Renee Hoffman; third in Strat A and first in Strats B and C, Jean Byer-George Koehm; fourth in Strat A and second in Strat B, Norma Krueger-Carmen Gross; fifth in Strat A, Betty Jackson-Larry Slutsky; sixth in Strat A, Ruth Kaller- Christine Frumen. EW: First in Strat A, Verna Becker-Dorothy Favre; second in Strat A and first in Strat B, Judy Carter-Johnson-Rob Preece; third in Strat A and second in Strat B, Joyce Henderson-Howard Smith; fourth in Strat A and third in Strat B, Monica and Paul Honey; fifth in Strat A and fourth in Strat B, Fay Beckerman-Marilyn McClintock; sixth in Strat A, Fern Dunbar-Linda Stein; first in Strat C, Monica Gettis-Peggi Spring. Games are played Monday and Thursdays in the Clubhouse 3 Lobby beginning at 12:30 p.m. Players are asked to arrive by 12:15 p.m. to confirm their reservations or by noon without a partner. To get help finding a partner or to make or cancel reservations Mondays, call Midge Dunagan at 594-9698; on Thursdays, call Cookie Pham at 431-6453. To cancel a reservation on game day or to report a late arrival, call 481-7368 between noon-1 p.m.
– Gene Yaffee
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Friendly Pinochle Club games May 1: Corinne Armstrong, 11,570; Joyce Pfingston, 11,360; Cynthia Choate, 11,110; Al Bonnema, 10,810 .Games are played from noon-4 p.m., Thursdays, in Clubhouse 1.
Marjorie Dodero
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Tuesday Bridge Club
games from April 29: Ethel Orris, Evelyn Smith, Mary Nell Clark. Games begin at 5 p.m., in Clubhouse 1. All bridge players are invited and should plan to arrive between 4:30-5 p.m., with or without a partner. For more information, call Dave Tubbs, 342-9807.
– Dave Tubbs
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Monday Bridge Club games April 28: Emily Moubassaly, Lorna Binger, Bob Priest. Games begin at noon in Clubhouse 1. All bridge players are invited and should arrive between 11:45-noon, with or without a partner. For more information, call Dave Tubbs, 342-9807.
– Dave Tubbs
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Best Time Bunco Club Monday night games April 28: Most Buncos: Tie between Jean Cochran and Cheryl Richardson. Most wins: Judy Pelegrino. Most babies:Tie between Rosann MacGregor and Ruth Zeller. Most losses: Fred Houghton. Door prize winner: Peggy McKendrick. The next meeting will held May 12. The club meets the second and fourth Mondays of the month in Clubhouse 3, Room 1 at 6 p.m. For more information, call Gail Levitt, 596-1346. – Gail Levitt


Ladies Golf Club

by Linda Herman
LW contributor

Forty-five members of the Ladies Golf Club braved the wind April 29 at the local course for a special round of golf.
A five-person shotgun scramble was played when golfers headed to the tee off on each of the nine holes.
All went off at 8:15 a.m. and teed off on every hole. The team selected the best ball to play for the second shot until the ball was in the cup.
One drive from each lady had to be used. Teams were assembled by committee with a combination of players from each flight.
First and second-place finishers won prize money.
In the second flight low gross, the winner was determined by a chip-off and four teams tied for second place.
One lady from each team participated.
Low gross: 1.Tie among Angie Oh, Sun Lee, Mary Ann Moore, Laura Garcia and Bertha Barrigan, 25. 2. Yvonne Yim, Mary Lancaster, Soo Kim, Barbara Bertoldi and Dorothy Favre.
Low Gross: 2.Tie among Linda Herman, Helen Kim, Susie Yoon, Judy Katje and Ardi Griepsma.
Linda Herman won the chip off, and was closet to the hole on No. 9.
Thanks to Susie Kim, Jane Legus and Donna Sprow and their helpers for putting the tournament together.
After the tournament, the ladies enjoyed coffee, orange juice, doughnuts and fresh fruit.
Chess Club

ves first and for any answer by black, the white’s next move is checkmate. Answers below.
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Chess partners are available when the Leisure World Chess Club meets from 2-8 p.m., Fridays, in Clubhouse 3, Room 7. Beginners are welcome for free lessons.
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Solution to this week’s puzzle: Qh8. The white Queen moves from e5 to h8. Any answer by black, the white’s next move is check mate.

Cribbage Club

Alice Buckle earned a fourth star on her badge with a perfect score of 847 at the April 29 meeting of the Cribbage Club
Several close games were played, including Alma Zamzow, who was second with an 844, followed by Curly Janus, 842; and Mary Greytak, 838. Patti Smith played six games of 121 and won a consolation prize.
Jackie McReynolds and John Loasby celebrated birthdays. Members enjoyed two cakes, ice cream, lemon bars and chocolates. Alma Zamzow helped serve dessert. 
The club meets at noon, Tuesdays, in Clubhouse 1 and new members are welcome. Seven games are played and usually finish by 3:30 p.m. Partners are not needed.
To learn the game or to brush up, call Patti Smith, president at 242-4674. She will schedule a teaching session at 11 a.m. before the Tuesday meeting.
Members are asked to be seated and ready to play at 12:15.
– Bobbie Straley

Monday Golf

Windy conditions produced higher than normal scores for the Monday Golf Group April 28 in Huntington Beach.
In the second flight,Ron Maddox did a good job getting the ball through the wind with a 71 and low putts of 31.
Second was Mike Looney, followed by his dad, Bob. Rounding out the field were Ed Dragan and Bob Munn.
Larry Hillhouse continued his fine play in winning the first flight with the low round of the day, 67.
One stroke back was Paul Cose, followed by Merle McGee, Don McLane, Bill McKusky, Rich Miller, Jim Dickerson and Tom McCullough.
Larry and Merle had the only birdies of the day. Rich and Tom were closest to the pin on the seventh hole.
Next play will be May 12 at Willowick.
– Jim Dickerson

Guys Gals Golf Scramble

The team of Rick Lingenfelter, Stan Shiroma, Dale Williamson, Anne Walshe, Bonnie Howe and Patti Smith carded a six-under 48, low score of the day, to win the Guys and Gals scramble golf tournament April 30 on the local course.
They earned $30 apiece from the prize fund.
A field of 54 men and women were buffeted by swirling winds that contributed to higher than expected scores.
Eight teams took part in the competition that began at 7:30 a.m. and all came away with cash prizes according to their finish.
Closest to the hole winners were Tom Soonthorn, 11 ft. 6 in., and Louise Seifert (3-3) on the eighth hole and Yvonne Yim (4-11) and Stan Shiroma (1-8 1/2) on the 17th hole.
Circle hole winner was Louise Seifert on the third hole.
Cheers rang out for good scores and birdies.
The Men’s Golf Club contributed $100 to the prize fund and the event was put on by members Steven Moody and Mike Breen.
– Steven Moody

Friday Golf

The Friday Golf Group saw some great play from Bill McKusky May 5 at Baker when he shot a 54 to win the first flight. Rich Miller and Merle McGee tied for second at 61. Tom McCullough was fourth, 63.
Birds were made by Bill McKusky, Tom McCullough, and Merle McGee.
Marvin Ballad won the the second flight with a 55, three strokes ahead of Lowell Goltra. Ed Dragan and Ron Maddox carved out 62s for fourth.
Closest to the pin honors went to Marvin Ballard at the third hole and Merle McGee on No. 12.
A playoff is scheduled at Meadowlark tomorrow, Friday.
– Merle McGee

Lawn Bowling
The Long Beach Lawn Bowling Club will hold an open house from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., May 10, at Recreation Park, 1109 Federation Dr., Long Beach. Free lessons will be given and bowling equipment provided, along with refreshments. There is no cost to attend.