Sports Scoreboard Best Time Bunco Club Monday night results from July 28: Most buncos: Peggy McKendrick. Most wins: Tie among Jean Cochran, Ann Ell and Marge Bradley. Most babies: Pat Imbriano. Most losses: Joseph LaRoche. Door prize winner: Cheryl Richardson. The next meeting will held Aug. 11. 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
Fun Time Pinochle Club winners July 28: Tie between Marge Dodero and Marilyn Allred, 10,660; Al Bellizzi,10,570; Jean Beasley, 10,510. Games begin at noon, Mondays, in Clubhouse 1. For more information, call Diane Van Wasshnova at 430-6590.
– Richard Van Wasshnova
Jolly Time Pinochle Club winners July 26: Anthony Scutti, 10,470; Ida Purcell, 10,340; Barbara Claveau, 10,200; Joan Taylor, 9,490. Games are played from noon-4 p.m., Saturdays, in Clubhouse 1. For more information, call Peg Kaspar, 799-0433.
– Peg Kaspar
Burning Tree Duplicate Bridge Club (ACBL) winners July 26: NS: First in Strats A and B: Jaye Woodington-Christine Frumen; second in Strat A: Cooie Dampman-Linda Carter; third in Strat A, second in Strat B and first in Strat C: Cooie Pham-Chuck Cutchshaw; fourth in Strat A: Joan Tschirki-Jennette Estill; third in Strat B: Ted and Joan Wieber. EW: First in Strat A: Pamela Cole-Larry Slutsky; second in Strat A and first in Strat B: Sibyl Slutsky-Chie Wickham; third in Strat A and second in Strat B: Linda and Dick Stein; fourth in Strat A: Sue Fardette-Dorothy Favre; third in Strat B and first in Strat C: Jack Dampman-George Koehm. Winners July 25: NS: First in Strats A, B, and C: George Koehm-Jean Byer; second in Strats A and B: Sharon Beran-Jaye Woodington; third in Strat A: Bee Kinman-Verna Burns; fourth in Strat A and third in Strat B: Fred Benedette-Simone Ch ottin; second in Strat C: Thuan Gwynn-Jack Miller. EW: First in Strat A: Sue Fardette-Marilyn McClintock; second in Strat A: Larry and Sibyl Slutsky; third in Strat A: Larry Slutsky-Betty Jackson; fourth in Strat A: Howard Smith-Dorothy
Favre; first in Strats B and C: Monica and Paul Honey; second in Strat B: Ron McClintock-Bob Lofstrom. Games are played at 12:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays in Clubhouse 1. Players are requested 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 at 799-1089. After noon, call Clubhouse 1 at 431-6586, ext. 381. Director Friday, Bud Parish; director Saturday, Emma Trepinski.
– Sharon Beran
Saturday Social Bunco Club results from July 26: Most buncos: Kathleen Morrison. Most wins: Tie between Patti Drumm and Mike Bradley. Most babies: Joyce Ingram. Most losses: Mary Ann Nied. Door prize winner: Aileen Ackerman. The club’s next meeting is at 1 p.m., Aug. 9, in the Clubhouse 3 Lobby. Signups begin at 12:15. Due to the demand for tables, a 12:30 arrival is advised. The club meets the second and fourth Saturdays of the month. For more information, call Mary Milhone, 430-4114.
Leisure World Duplicate Bridge Club winners July 24: NS: First in Strats A and B: Ron McClintock-Harshad Vora; second in Strats A and B: Sue Fardette-Vince Remedios; third in Strat A: Ruth Kaller-Midge Dunagan; fourth in Strat A: Bee Kinman-Howard Smith; third in Strat B and first in Strat C: George Koehm-Jack Dampman.EW: First in Strat A: Sibyl Slutsky-Marilyn McClintock; second in Strat A and first in Strat B: Linda and Richard Stein; third in Strat A, second in Strat B and first in Strat C: Peggi Spring-Monica Gettis; fourth in Strat A and third in Strat B: Judy Carter-Johnson-John Chang. Winners July 21: NS: First in Strat A: Bee Kinman-Lois Abramson; second in Strat A and first in Strat B: Sue Fardette-Sharon Beran; third in Strat A: John Chang-Judy Carter-Johnson; fourth in Strat A and second in Strat B: Carmen Gross-Norma Krueger; fifth in Strat A: Diane Sachs-Rob Preece; third in Strat B and first in Strat C: Jean Byer-George Koehm. EW: First in Strat A: Emma Trepinski-Gary Paugh; second in Strat A and first in Strat B: Peggi Spring-Monica Gettis; third in Strat A, second in Strat B and first in Strat C: Joan and Richard Buhl; fourth in Strat A: Linda and Richard Stein; fifth in Strat A: Bill Linskey-Larry Slutsky; third in Strat B: Fay Beckerman- Marilyn McClintock. Games are played Mondays 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. (Every effort will be made to find one.) To get help finding a partner or to make or cancel a reservation Mondays, call Midge Dunagan, 594-9698; Thursdays, call Cookie Pham, 431-6453. To cancel a reservation on game day or to report running late, call 481-7368 between noon and 1 p.m.
– Gene Yaffee
Friendly Pinochle Club games from July 24: Corinne Armstrong, 12,210; Ron Olsen, 11,510; Inge Hogue, 11,280; Marilyn Allred, 11,240. Games are played Thursdays in Clubhouse 1 from noon-4 p.m.
– Jim Kaspar
Tuesday Bridge Club games from July 22: Dorothy Krauss, Mary Nell Clark, Bob Priest. 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.
– Phyllis Kale
Monday Bridge Club winners from July 21: Pauline Fitzsimons, Dorothy Krauss, Lorna Binger. Games begin at 11:30 a.m. in Clubhouse 1. All bridge players are invited and should arrive between 11:45-noon, with or without a partner. For more information, call Phyllis Kale, 430-2148.
– Phyllis Kale
Y-Rollers Yahtzee Club winners from July 18: Most Yahtzees: Suzanne Frank. Highest score: Teri Nugent. July 4 winner: Most Yahtzees: Kathy Rose. The next game will be played from 1-4 p.m., Aug.1, 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
Tournament Poker Club
by Margaret Gillon
In the final hand of Tournament Poker Club play July 19, Wendy Wu’s full house of 5-5-5-6-6 beat Mike Herman’s two pair of 2-2-5-5.
Wendy and Mike were followed by Betty Bilyeu, Susan Dodson, Gary Carnes, Keith Thomas and Ralph Provow. The final table was dealt by Kin Goettsch.
Before retiring Wendy worked for an international trading company. She enjoys singing and belongs to two choral groups. She plays in several other small poker games in LW. Wendy and her husband moved to Leisure World early last year.
For club information call Susan Dodson, president, at 493-1859; or visit www.lwpoker.org.
Some residents have problems getting to the clubhouses for Saturday tournaments. To get a ride, call President Susan Dodson at 592-8911, and she will attempt to arrange transportation.
This week’s puzzle: White moves first and for any answer by black, the white’s next move is checkmate. See answers, page 23.
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.
Solution to this week’s puzzle: Qd7. The white Queen moves from b7 to d7. Any answer by black, white’s next move is check mate.
Guys Gals Golf
by Jim Kaspar
The monthly Guys and Gals tournament is threatened with cancellation due to lack of a volunteer to run this monthly event. Help is desperately needed.
Any new director will be given ample assistance. See the starter, or call Ned Sprow, (323) 494-3584, for more information.
In the July tournament, 84 golfers challenged the course. With no holes-in-one, the jackpot stays intact at $168.
Closest to the pin for the men on the outward leg was Jay Kim, nine inches. Jean Cose, 2 feet 2 inches, won for the gals. On the 17th hole, Manny Miranda at 9-1/2 inches and Mary Greig, 5-5, prevailed.
Results recorded as handicap scores.
Young and Hae Lee won the first, low-handicap, flight at 44 strokes. They were followed by Merle McGee and Mary Lancaster, tied at 46; Tom Soonthorn-Jane Legus and Ron Steele-Gee Gee Kwak, 47; and Sung E. Kim and Yvonne Yim, 48.
Paul and Jean Cose captured the second flight with a 45. They were followed by Manny Miranda and Sue Chu, 47; Ron Pine and Lori Owensby and Sang and Soo Choi, tied at 49. Another tie, with matching 50s, was carded by Jae and Sun Lee and Don Roswurm and Margaret Rees.
In the third flight, low handicap scores of 42 were shared by Art Salazar and Laura Garcia and Byron Schweitzer and Joyce Basch. They were followed by Joe DiDonato and Sandra deDubovay, 44; Dale Williamson and Mary Greig and Ken and Marilyn Goettsch, 45; Bill Tusher and Penny Cranston, 47; Sang H. and Soo Kim, 48; Carl Wiggins and Anne Walshe and Ed Milbrandt and Neva Senske, tied with 49s; and Bob Loney and Barbara Timberlake, Youn and Melinda Lee, Joe Hammond and Joyce Bizzell, 51 to finish the prize scoring for the flight and tournament.
Aces of note: Suzanne Ahn hit the third hole on July 6, according to witness Robert Barnum. On July 14, Bob Turner nailed the first hole, as seen by Rick Goyette and Mike Glance; and Richard Eastwood’s ace was on the long hole, No. 4, on July 14, seen by Don Roswurm and Bruce Scheuermann.
Ladies Golf Club
Forty-eight members of the Ladies Golf Club participated in the nine-hole tournament July 22 that was for low gross, low net and chip ins.
Marilyn Hewitt had a special day with a hole-in-one on No. 8. Members replenished the hole-in-one pot with $1 each.
Flight A: Low gross: Yvonne Yim, 27. Low net: Linda Herman, 25.
Flight B: Low gross: Anne Walshe, 31. Low net: Mary Anne Moore, 26. Chip-ins: San Yang An, 4; Mung Kim, 7; Neva Senske, 1.
Flight C: Low gross: Melinda Lee, 33. Low net: Tie between Maggie Howe and Betty Regalado, 24. Chip-ins: Patti Smith, 1; Marilyn Hewitt, 8; Dorothy Favre, 2, 6; Angela Lee, 4.
Flight D: Low gross: Joan Meyer, 33. Low net: Tie among Jean Ferrari, Laura Garcia, and Jane Legus, 26. Chip-in: Jane Legus, 3.
Joe Notrica scored an 840 to finish first at the July 22 meeting of the Cribbage Club.
Forty-five members were in attendance.
Paul Pernaud was second at 832, followed by Nancy Demery and Howard Bleakley, tied at 825 and Norman Martin, 823.
Mary Greytak had six games of 121 to win a consolation prize.
Cake and ice cream were served in celebration of Karl Henry and Kel Kelemen’s birthdays.
The club meets at noon on Tuesdays in Clubhouse 1. New members are welcome.
Seven games are played at tables of four and end at approximately 3:30.
To learn the game or brush up, call Patti Smith at 242-4674. She will arrange for lessons to be given at 11 a.m
Shuffleboard Club members who have no signed up to play in September may call Liz Meripol at 537-0318, or sign up at the shuffleboard courts near Clubhouse 1.
Practice continues at the Clubhouse 1 courts at 2 p.m., Mondays and 10 a.m., Wednesdays.
New players are welcome.
Members of the Friday Golf Group were surprised to see Rich Miller shoot a net 49 July 25 to win the first flight at the Baker course. Merle McGee was second with a 54 net, followed by
Rich Lenger, 57; Tom McCullough, 58; and Jim Dickerson, 59.
Birds were made by Merle McGee, Rich Lenger, Bob Todd and Bill McKusky.
Lowell Goltra won the second flight with a 55 net. He also had two birds to win the carryover.
Sang Kim was second with a 59, and Ed Dragan carded a 69.
Closest to the pin honors went to Merle McGee and Rich Lenger on holes 3 and 12.
Brothers Tim and Mike Looney and papa Bob had a great time July 28 at the par-70 layout at Riverview.
Tim took the day off to win the A flight with a 66 and Mike won the B flight with a 68.
Merle McGee was a stroke back in the A flight and had a birdie. Tied for third with 69s were Rich Miller and Bob Todd. Bob also had a birdie and was closest to the pin on hole No. 7.
Rick Lenger followed with a par-70, two birdies and closest to the pin on the 16th hole. Rounding out the flight were Bill McKusky with low putts of 28, Paul Cose, Tom McCullough, Larry Hillhouse and Jim Dickerson with a birdie.
Mike’s 68 in the B flight was followed by Bob Munn, 71; and Lowell Goltra, Bob Looney, Marv Ballard and Ed Dragan.
Mike Looney, Bob Munn, Bob Looney and Marv Ballard tied for fewest putts with 31.
No birdies were carded in the flight.