Two Marylanders, Eleanor Kennedy of Joppa and Anthony Chapman of Landover, have been chosen as finalists for the 1992 Team USA.
They are among 93 finalists from across the nation who will compete in the 1992 National Bowling Tournament finals. Six women and six men will be chosen for Team USA, which will compete in international tournaments.
Mike Burch (275), Jon Carter (268), Darryl Pate (254), Brenda Jones (253) and Robin Gee (236), all of Baltimore, won Hammer balls at the Country Club Lanes Classic Tournament.
Divisional winners included: Paul Roberts (962), Annapolis, and Jim Podowski (906), Baltimore, Division A; Burch (854) and Gee (806), Division B; and Pate (897) and Mary Mack (843), Baltimore, in Division C. All scores are for four-game sets.
Fair Lanes will hold open house parties Saturday nationwide that will feature free bowling. Fair Lanes, Inc., with its headquarters in Baltimore, has 112 bowling centers in 18 states and Puerto Rico.
Four young bowlers, two from Baltimore, have won Fair Lanes scholarships worth $1,000 each in the Young America Bowling Program.
Mark Klingelhofer, 16, of Middlesex Lanes, with a 212 won the boys duckpin award and Teresa Zile, 13, of Pikesville won the girls prize with a 169.
Scott Stickman, 15, of St. Louis, who the boys tenpin scholarship with a 298 game, and Paula Powell of Centreville, Wash., 13, won the girls award with a 250.
Booker's Beauties of Baltimore has moved into 13th place in the WSBA Team Bowling Classic in York, Pa., with a 6,710 score.
Peggy Booker (236), Ethel Jackson (211), Wanda Moore (189), Ann Wallace (180) and Barbara Miller (161), plus handicap, competed for the Baltimore team.
The WSBA tournament contines through Labor Day weekend with the top 30 teams competing in the Great Auto Shootout for cars and money.
Two Marylanders, Brian Bever (908) of Belcamp and Larry
Detweiler of Parkville (906), are second and third in the Scratch Singles division of the Hanover (Pa.) Bowling Tournament which will run through Sept. 29 at Hanover Lanes.
John Maffei, Fallston, and Marty Letscher, Bel Air, lead the scratch doubles Division with 1,348, followed by Bill Plagianakos, Baltimore, and Bob Hollingshead, New Oxford, Pa., with 1,343 and John Fantini, Baltimore, and Jim Tomek, Camp Hill, Pa., 1,336
High games rolled recently by Marylanders included: Harry Ladson, Capitol Heights (236), Frank Pontillo, Jefferson (236), Herbert Hunter, Cheverly (236), Erwin Eisenhower, Frederick (235), Janice Lewis, Waldorf (229) and Barb Shipe, Owings Mills (210).