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HF GWlers Shoot atP$400 Priz Money More Than Hundred Keglers Jo Vie for Field Honors Teams Start Rolling in Open Tournament Play This Sunday at 1:00, 3:15 and 5:30 The Hill Field Open bowling tournament has been drawing 'em like flies. With the opening set for this Sunday afternoon, when lanes, 115 the would-b- e teams get rolling at the AAB winners are in the fold and raring to go, 7 five-ma- n Hill Field. Ogden, Utah Capt. Carl S. Menger, OASC chief, special service section, announced. From a prize money and entry-standpoint the tourney is already Another Win For 482nd In EM Loop . - - r, w Basketball Awards To Be Given Bell's 217 Is For Past Season Top Single the cash. Sunday, beginning at 1 p m., of one bracket of teams will hit the alleys, followed by another at 3:15, Increasing its lead by one point and a third at 5:30 p. m. There are 19 teams entered and 11 of over two tough competitors, the these are military personnel with 482nd Squadron keg crew romped eight civilians set doubles teams and easily over the Medical Supply in Twenty-si- x over 40 singles aspirants will have the EM bowling league play Fri to wait until a week from Sunday day night. Total pins were 2928 to to show their wares in this biggest 2655 as mediocre individual scores of big Hill Field bowling classics. prevailed. The $400 in the tourney coffers SSet. Max Kosof led the win already insures approximately one ners way with 535 and the best for cash prize for every six entries in the Medics was Cpl. Volght's 477. each event, a high ration of Still boasting their big handicap in any tournament, says SSgt but- much improved technique in Maxie Kosof, who used to make all five spots, the MSgt Zebras the rounds of the pre-wstripped he Unit Personnels to getogethers. the tune of three out of four Hill Field actual championships noints Evans Ray rattled 'em will be won by keg stars with the with 434 for the Zebras, but that highest actual pin totals, entirely figure was merely a poor second aside from the cash awards. Then to the 477 Reitz of the losers handicaps will be added to actual posted. counts to , determine the boys who Don "Ding" Bell got a SSgt tuck the green stuff in their wall- shot in the arm from the boys at ets when they call it a day. Station Hospital earlier in the day, Five-ma- n teams Sunday will be but gave the Docs shot for shot permitted two substitutions, the although bis 9 bunch fell by a officials have decided, but it is imthree-poimargin. Bell's single perative that three original mem- 217 actually was the high game of bers of each outfit be on hand. One the evening, but be slipped misersubstitute is allowed in the dou- ably to 120 and 119 in his second bles competition. and third games. Handicaps for singles, doubles Now favored to win the second and team ' events will be 75 per half crown, the Hospital lads cent difference between bowlers' were by steady John Skof, paced highest league averages and 200. who had 578, which included two Taboo are handicaps below 140 and 200 or better games. They are team three-gam- e series totals of looked to be the team to beat in (00 and fractions are also out in the Hill Field Open Tourney Sundetermining handicaps. day, say dopesters. This week it is 482nd vs. Here on Furlough Station Recently Hospital vs. Unit Personwere Pvt. Raymond Jones and Pvt. nel, and Medical Supply vs. Zebras Glenn Dean Carver, former Hill in three matches. Held employes. Pvt. Jones was a Skof with 202 and 213; Bell with luard here, is now an M. P. at his 217, and Ray Eigner, who Camp Reynolds, Perm. Pvt. Carver cracked a 201, got over the 200 is stationed at Fort Lawton, Wash. hump for the evening. Game Night do-re-- mi - big-mon- 'Mural Cage Banquet Is Tonight Warming Up handicap tourney as far as cash awards are concerned, there are no favorites Installed because varying handicaps offer too much chance for low average teams and individuals to go berserk and cop ar - - hooting remains to make it a record affair for Hill Field bowlers. It's open to all civilian and military men keglers on the field. A Wednesday, March 15. 1944 ey . E-1- nt E-1- 9; sure-to-be-h- ot Not Even Close ... GO In the Hill Field Open bowling tournament at the Army Air Base lanes this Sunday are two outstanding keglers on the field. Anxious to eep some of the $400 prise money are, left to right, George Berry and Lt Ben Edelen. SET TO . Pidd, Dee Pace Outlaws to Kosof Cops 482nd Keg Tourney Decisive Win Edging Kochman Jimmy Pidd and Corrie Lee of the Outlaws "stole" a march on the rest of the men's Intramural keg league last week as they knocked off 641 and 629 handicap series and led their crew to a three out of four win over Branch Four. "Highly successful" was the way Luke J. Martin, acting officer of the 482nd Air Base Squadron, described his . or- Lt com-andi- ng ganization's open keg tournament last week. Thirty-eigkeglers took part. Dee had a 239 single game in his Pvt Leo Kochman led SSgt. total which was also the top indi- Maxie Kosoff, the vidual game of the evening. Pidd favorite, a merry chase before sucfollowed him with 227 and June cumbing to the veteran's irresistirolled 223 for third best single ble rush. Max had an actual 562 game. Steele tied for third place for the singles crown, but when in series with 629. on Kochman tucked his The Superchargers and Ramblers to his actual count, it handicap added up to locked horns in an exciting scram- a neat 666 for the cash win. ble that found the Supes winning, Still hot, Kosof teamed with but with only 82 pins separating SSgt Charles Rice, Post theater the two in the final analysis. The impressario, to garner the actual win further enhanced their chances pins doubles crown as well with of copping the crown 1053. A couple of buck sergeants, Branch One had no respect for Robert Thomas and Bob Smith, put the Unholy Five's higher spot in together a nice handicap score of on team the standings and laid it 1218 to win in that class. them for a clean sweep of that Plans are almost set, Lt Martin match. revealed this week, for a smoker in This week it is Supercharges vs. near future at which time the Branch Four; Ramblers vs. Branch the will be presented. trophies One, and Unholy Five vs. Outlaws. TEAM STANDINGS .... Superchargers Outlaws Ramblers Unholy Five Branch I Branvh IV 4- Tonight at 5 o'clock In the south wing of the Base cafeteria, the Hill Field Welfare Association will hon- 1 V W. 48 41 38 34 .. ...31 24 I Avg. .667 .569 .528 .472 .431 .333 24 31 34 38 41 48 ht Pinfielders Press Branch Three In Girls' Loop or intramural basketball players with a banquet and awards for the past season. Team trophies and awards will be presented to the Fortresses, the Mitchells and the Liberators who won first, second and third places, respectively, In the Ogden division of the men's league; the Mustangs and the Hellcats who won first and second places, respectively, in the Layton division of the men's league; and the Liberators and the Falcons, first and second place winners, respectively, in the women's basbetball league. Everett Chandler, president of the Ogden division, Aryls Stelner, president of the Layton division, and Mickey Engelkes, president of the women's league, will present the team trophies and awards to the players of their leagues. Master of ceremonies for the program will be Sgt. Field K. Smith. Music by a swing combination from the Hill Field "Keep 'Em Flying" orchestra, a vocal solo by Bet ty Hooper, song stylist from Hill Field, and a sports talk by Al Warden, Standard-Examinsports writer, make up the entertainment. Guests of honor who have been invited include: Cols. Eugene Bay-le-y, Paul Wolf, John S. MacTag-gar- t; Majors Stewart CL Campbell, Robert Renfro, Carl S. Menger; Richard Pickens, and officers of the Welfare Association. er Hellcats Stretch Monday Loop Lead With Win Last week's play in th; Monday Nighters' bowling league saw the Henca'.n smash two league records and stretch their lead to 57 points over the second place Branch Five team. Sparked by Sparks and Wirth, the leaders, snowed Branch Five under by a four to nothing count. And in accomplishing it, they amassed a nc.v league high series of 3102, whir'-- included a record single team game of 1071, plus a 1047 and f ' Friday Night For Area Title I The Hill Field Aces will tret their best stuff on the Mound lillll Fort gym floor (Twelfth and Washington in Ogden) Friday night when they pit prowess against the Arsenal Vanity. The tussle will decide the best Installation cage outfit in these hyar parts and the Aces are slight faovrites after their strong showing against the Arsenal Indians two weeks ago. For absolutely free, fans can battle fee an that features the Aces' height-fille-d five tangling with an Arsenal quint that can 1 with the best of them In this vicinity. name time is 7:30, admission free. It's a chance to watch the Aces cop the crown. i fr::::::::::;x:;::: mmm inter-installati- on p, SHORT . . . That was the Arsenal Indians 'trouble all Friday at Mound Fort high gym as they couldn't handle a Pivot-ShAoe squad and lost, Gate is Jugh Hill Field feet above the Redskin center at the opening tip-ojZ"nand couple a mora Indicative picture of the area tourney tussle could have been takes. 61-1- 9. ot ff 1 Wac Cagers Drop luckless Branch Eight The third match found Branch Six taking a three out of four match from Branch Five in a' battle of middle standing teams. June Quist was hot as she hit an actual pin count 172 for the high single game, followed by Dodi Harrop with 167 and Eleanor Farley's 158. Branch T h r e e's pennant-conscious Tilt, Rematch Tuesday Hill Field Wacs paraded their on the Base k cage line-u- p gym floor last week with the civilian girls from Ogden's Second Street Depot as the opposition and lost a thriller, 15 to 13, after holding an early lead. g Leaguer Ruby Rollins Wacs from her forthe sparked ward post and Windham at guard was way ahead of the Second Streeters all evening with her fast passing and defensive play. fast-brea- aggregation shouldn't have much trouble with Branch Six this wecek, but the Fives might spring an upset in their match with the Pin Fielders. The Fours and Eights meet in a battle of branches also. Confident that they can turn the TEAM STANDINGS tables in a return tussle, March 21 L. W. Avg. in Ogden, the Wacs will rely on the 26 42 .618 same line-u- p of Rollins, Flogstad Branch Three 40 .588 and Atchison at forwards and 28 if you live in Pin Fielders Flay Soft Ball 32 .533 Windham, M. Cook and Mosgr.-- at 28 Hillcrest register at the southeast Branch Five 31 .516 guards. Sub strength is In the 33 rec hall immediately, so the team Branch Six .435 person of Glass, who looked good 39 30 may be organized and start prac Branch Four 63 .221 while she played last week. 15 Branch Eight tice ant-bre- ST. wt long for the losers was Captain Robert Kahl who returned to the line-uapaprently in best bowling fettle, to roll a 540 series. Lederman, The Pin Fielders kept right on Croft d Johnson were top HeliwomBranch Three's heels in the better than 470 in all with cals, en's intramural bowling loop last three c: .es. week as both teams took clean The other two outfits, the sweep victories from their oppo- Decorators and league were Gin Boys, nents. Which wins still find the later perched atop the ladder and idle in last week's play. the Pinners in second spot. The irresistible leaders swamped Branch Four while an acurate Pin Fielder crew went to work on 25-1- 3 a-- Aces vs. Arsenal 984. Only se 'ous troublemaker ... ak Ex-Bi- '