Barnhardt brothers roll 300s on same night in Monday league

BOWLING Notebook

November 24, 1991|By James H. Jackson

The Barnhardt brothers, Jim and Joe, rolled 300 on the same night in the same league at Country Club Lanes on Pulaski Highway in Middle River.

Both were bowling in the Monday Night Men's Scratch League and they bowled their perfect games in different games. Joe had a 754 (237-217-300) set and Jim had a 701 (193-300-208) set.

Other 300 games at Country Club Lanes included: Doug Hudack, Jack Hoskins and Jim Brennan in the Baltimore Classic Scratch League; Danny Curtis in the Starfires League; and Chris Shaw in the Monday Men's Handicap League.

Top women's efforts included a 288 by Debbie Kuhn in the Mixed Scratch Triples League and Robin Whittaker had a

243-279-181703 set in the St. Matthews League.

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Joe Andreone and Ron Baldwin, bowling in the Chesapeake Men's League at Fair Lanes Towson, each had a 300 game and Brian Hickey, bowling in the Baltimore Industrial League, also at Towson, had a 258-289-278825 series.

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Danny Wiseman of Baltimore finished 27th in the Brunswick Memorial World Open Bowling Tournament in Lake Zurich, Ill.

Wiseman earned $1,440 in the tournament, and Marty Letsscher of Bel Air finished 43rd in the same event and won $1,170.

Wiseman has won a total of $84,890 on the Professional Bowlers Association tour to rank 11th this year. He has competed in 29 tournaments, winning two and finishing 9-1 in total championship-round play.

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The Barger Open, a duckpin event for women, will take place today (1 p.m.) at Pinland Lanes in Dundalk. The winner will get $500, with $250 going to the runner-up and $150 to the third-place finisher.

Debbie Shipley, who rolled a 765 last year, is the defending champion.

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The Baltimore Bowlers Association, a member of the National Duckpin Bowling Congress, will sponsor the Chesapeake Handicap Mixed Doubles Tournament Dec. 7-8 at Riviera Lanes, Pasadena.

First prize in the tournament will be worth $1,000, second place $500 and third place $250.

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