Sports Scoreboard Best Time Monday Night Bunco Club results from Aug. 11: Most buncos: Donna Hughes. Most wins: Tie between Frank Kalish and Jean Cochran. Most babies: Sharon Rutliglano. Most losses: Gail Levitt. Door prize winner: Kathy Rapp. The club’s next meeting is at 6 p.m., Aug. 25, in Clubhouse 3, Room 1. The club meets the second and fourth Mondays of the month. For more information, call Gail Levitt, 596-1346.
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Fun Time Pinochle Club
winners Aug. 11: Gene Smith, 12,380; Bonnie Smith, 11,430; Margaret Smith, 10,970; Richard Van Wasshnova, 10,950. Games begin at noon, Mondays, in Clubhouse 1. For more information, call Diane Van Wasshnova at 430-6590.
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Jolly Time Pinochle Club winners Aug. 9: Fred Claveau, 15,020; Pat Witt, 11,450; Jim Kaspar, 11,440; Jean Brasley, 10,690. Games are played from noon-4 p.m., Saturdays, in Clubhouse 1. For more information, call Peg Kaspar, 799-0433.
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Saturday Social Bunco Club results from Aug. 9: Most buncos: Suzanne Frank. Most wins:Kathy Rose. Most babies: Tie between Joyce Ingram and Linda Messer. Most losses: Tie between Susie Ralston and Suzanne Murphy. Door prize winner: Mafy Milhone. The club’s next meeting is at 1 p.m., Aug. 23, 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.
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Burning Tree Duplicate Bridge Club (ACBL) winners Aug. 9. Strat A: First NS: Christine Frumen-Jaye Woodington; second in Strat A: Bee Kinman-Howard Smith; third in Strat A: Verna Burns-Joan Tschirki; fourth in Strat A: Linda Carder-Cooie Dampman; first in Strats B and C: Jeanette Estill-Peggi Spring; second in Strats B and C: Thuan Gwynn-Joyce Basch. EW: First in Strat A: Sibyl Slutski-Marilyn McClintcock; second in Strat A: Joyce Henderson-Judy Carder; third in Strat A and first in Strat B: Joan and Ted Wieber; fourth in Strat A: Stan Blitz-Dorothy Favre; second in Strat B and first in Strat C: Sue Boswell-Sylvia Kaprelyan. Winners of the pairs session Aug. 8: NS: First in Strat A: Bee Kinman-Verna Burns; second in Strat A and first in Strat B: Howard Smith-Stan Blitz; third in Strat A and second in Strat B: Jack Miller-Jeanette Estill; fourth in Strat A and third in Strat B: Sharon Beran-Dick Stammerjohn. EW: First in Strat A: Ron and Marilyn McClintock; second in Strat A and first in Strats B and C: George Koehm-Jack Dampman; third in Strat A and second in Strats B and C: Nancy Lichter-Sue Boswell; fourth in Strat A: Dorothy Favre-Judy Carter. Games are played at 12:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays in Clubhouse1. 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, 799-1089. After noon, call Clubhouse 1, 431-6586, ext. 381. Friday director: Bud Parish. Saturday director: Emma Trepinski. – Sharon Beran
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Leisure World Duplicate Bridge Club overall winners in a 15-½ table game Aug. 7: First in Strat A: Bee Kinman-Joan Tschirki; second in Strat A and first in Strat B: Joyce Henderson-Howard Smith; third in Strat A: Betty Jackson- Bill Linskey; fourth in Strat A and second in Strat B: Verna Becker-Stan Blitz; fifth in Strat A and third in Strat B: Linda and Richard Stein; sixth in Strat A: Ruth Kaller-Eileen Nelson; fourth in Strat B: Jeanette Estill-Dorothy Favre; first in Strat C: Harshad Vora-Sue Bosewell; second in Strat C: Rhea Scharf-Midge Dunagan. Winners Aug. 4: NS: First in Strat A: Bee Kinman-Lois Abramson; second in Strat A: Betty Jackson-Dick Sands; third in Strat A: Linda and Richard Stein; fourth in Strat A: Ruth Kaller-Bill Linskey; fifth in Strat A and first in Strats B and C: Jack Dampman-George Koehm; second in Strat B: Connie and Jay Young.EW: First in Strats A and B: Fred Benedetti-Simone Chottin; second in Strat A: Sharon Beran-Joan Tschirki; third in Strat A and second in Strat B: Joyce Henderson-Howard Smith; fourth in Strat A, third in Strat B and first in Strat C: Joan and Richard Buhl; fifth in Strat A and fourth in Strat B: Jane and Tom Gibbons. 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. Today is a unit-rated game. Those who have not signed up should find a partner and play since extra master points will be awarded.
– Gene Yaffee
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Friendly Pinochle Club winners Aug. 7: John Loasby, 12,730; Tony Dodero, 12,370; Rogell Van Wyke, 11,540; Jean Beasley, 11,390. Games are played Thursdays in Clubhouse 1 from noon-4 p.m.
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Tuesday Bridge Club
games from Aug. 5: Paul Orris, Bob Priest, Dorothy Krauss. 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 Phyllis Kale, 430-2148.
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Monday Bridge Club winners from Aug. 4: Emily Moubassaly, Lorna Binger, Dorothy Krauss. 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.

Tournament Poker Club

by Margaret Gillon
LW contributor

In the final hand of the tournament Aug. 2, Diann Richmond’s pair of 10s beat Donna Williams ace high.
They were followed by Hal Cochran, Lucy Starkey, Carole Damoci, Bob Erganian, and Bette Sargent. The final table was dealt by Susan Dodson.
Before retiring Diann was a secretary. She has been a Leisure World resident for 20 years and lives in Mutual 15.
She volunteers at the golf course and belongs to the Ladies Golf Club. Her hobbies are poker, golf, and traveling.
For club information call Susan Dodson, president, 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.


Ladies Golf Club

Fifty members of the Ladies Golf took to the local course Aug. 5 for the weekly nine-hole tournament.
Play was low net, low gross and circle hole No. 8. Any player landing her ball in the circle from the tee won $1.
Flight winners:
Flight A: Low gross: Soo Choi, 28. Low net: Tie between Linda Herman and Yvonne Yim 26.
Flight B: Low gross: Mary Greig, 31. Low net: Mary Lancaster, 25. Circle hole: Bonnie Howe.
Flight C: Low gross: Tie between Jean Cose and Laura Garcia, 32. Low net: Joyce Bizzell, 24. Circle hole: Laura Garcia, Angela Lee.
Flight D: Low gross: Tie among Betty Leavitt, Zara Cross and Mary Lou Richards, 38. Low net: Jerry Wood, 24.
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The Presidents Cup tournament will start the first week of September.
See the bulletin board for more information.
Cribbage Club

Scott Boeger finished first with a score of 844 at the Aug. 5 meeting of the Cribbage Club.
Fifty-two members attended.
Potsy Frank was second with an 840, followed by Richard Eggers, 829; and Al Bonnema and new member Bob Ide, 825.
Alma Zamzow had six games of 121 and won a consolation prize.
Celebrating her birthday was Paula Loucks, who brought cake and ice cream.
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
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Chess Club


This week’s puzzle: White moves first and for any answer by black, the white’s next move is checkmate. See answers, page 29.
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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 welcome.
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Solution to this week’s puzzle: Ba8. The white Bishop moves from d5 to a8. Any answer by black, the white’s next move is check mate.


Chess Club story


The Leisure World Chess Club will begin the Fall Round Robin Tournament Aug. 15 from 2-6 p.m. in Clubhouse 3, Room 7.
Every player will play every other player twice.
Each one player will get white and black in the two games.
Games will be played by mutual agreement instead of any fixed schedule.
Chess clocks will not be used, but players are asked to move in a reasonable amount of time.
If a player moves a piece from its square, the piece must be moved if it is legal to do so.
New members are encouraged to join.Yearly dues are $5.
The club has a library of books and DVDs available to help players to improve their games.
For more information, call Dave Silva, club president, at 493-8812.



Shuffleboard Club

Shuffleboard practice will continue at 2 p.m. on Mondays and 10 a.m. Wednesdays at Clubhouse 1. New teams have been formed, and team captains chosen.
A meeting is planned at 9:30 a.m., Sept. 3, in Clubhouse 1.
Doughnuts will be served ,and a drawing is planned.
League play starts Sept 5. Members should be at the Clubhouse 1 courts by 8:30 a.m.
Members who plan to attend the luncheon Aug. 29 at Lucille’s Restaurant should ca


Bowling Club

The Leisure World Bowling Club will begin the new season at 12:30 p.m. on Sept. 9 at Westminster Lanes. A meeting is scheduled Aug. 26 at the Westminster facility to form teams.
Dave Silva, club president, will be contacting those who played last year.
Those who want to play but did now bowl last year and anyone who wants to bowl as a regular should call Dave at 493-8812. He also wants to hear from players who want to be substitutes.

The Leisure World Bowling Club will begin the new season at 12:30 p.m. on Sept. 9 at Westminster Lanes. A meeting is scheduled Aug. 26 at the Westminster facility to form teams.
Dave Silva, club president, will be contacting those who played last year.
Those who want to play but did now bowl last year and anyone who wants to bowl as a regular should call Dave at 493-8812. He also wants to hear from players who want to be substitutes.



Monday Golf

espite the hard work of members of the Monday Golf Group, only two sub-par rounds were turned in Aug. 4 at the Willowick course.
Paul Cose shot a four-under-par 67 and had the fewest putts of 27 to win the first flight. Tied for second with matching 72s were Merle McGee and Rich Miller.
Merle had two birdies and won both closest to the pin contests on the fourth and 12th holes. Rounding out the flight were Bill McKusky, Larry Hillhouse, David Johns and Jim Dickerson. Jim had the only other birdie in the flight.
Bob Munn won the B flight with his own 67 and low putts of 30. He was followed by Lowell Goltra, 73, and Bob Looney, 74. Rounding out the flight were Marv Ballard and Ed Dragan.
There were no birdies in the flight.
Next play will be Aug. 18 at Meadowlark.
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The club seeks new members, any skill level. For more information, call Jim Dickerson at 375-6530.

Bingo Lovers Club

The Bingo Lovers Club meets from 6-8:30 p.m. on the second, fourth and fifth Fridays of the month in Clubhouse 1. Games are also played on some holiday weekends.
Buy-ins begin at 5 p.m., followed by bingo at 6. The next games will be played Aug. 22.
For more information, call Cheryl Richardson at (951) 4588-8219.



Senior Exercise

Increasing numbers of seniors are heading outdoors these days to get in their daily dose of physical activity.
What is eaten before, during and after that brisk game of golf, tennis or shuffleboard will play a major role in performance.
Here are a few tips to keep folks in racing shape:
• Eat throughout the day. The body needs a constant supply of energy during the event.
• Eat a variety of foods. Include nonstarchy vegetables and fruits with each meal. Before brisk exercise or games, eat a meal high in quality carbohydrates and lean protein and low in fiber and fat. After finishing, eat quality protein and carbohydrates within 30 minutes to aid muscle recovery.
• Replace the hydration lost during physical activity by drinking 16 to 24 ounces of water for every pound lost during exercise. Staying hydrated can alleviate muscle soreness and aches.
• Only consume “familiar” food eaten before on race day.
Whether competing in a half marathon, walking, trying that first 5K or taking up cycling, it’s important to fuel the body properly.