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Grand Theft Golf Cart

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									August 10, 2005
                    Daily Miner
                              The daily bulletin of the Klondike Regional               Issue 2


       Grand Theft Golf Cart                     Schedule of Play for Thursday

The walls (and the trees) have ears. One of      8:45 Bracketed Morning Knockouts (2nd
my spies reports that on the fourth hole of      session)
The Links on Monday afternoon, the team                 Morning Continuous Pairs
of Dave Smith (aka the Butcher), Vince
Nowlan, Donnie MacIntosh, and Perry              1:00 Stratified Open Swiss Teams (1st
Khakar ended up with a lame steed. In            Session)
fact, their golf cart had a flat tire. A call           Senior Swiss Teams (1st Session)
was made to the pro shop and a new cart                 Afternoon Continuous Pairs
was soon on its way. The team behind                    199er pairs (One Session)
these worthies suggested that they might
play through while they awaited their new        7:30 Stratified Open Swiss Teams (2nd
mount, but the stranded bridge players had,      Session)
like Ford, “A better idea.” Blissfully                  Senior Swiss Teams (2nd Session)
unaware of the events at the fourth tee, the            Evening Continuous Pairs
third team in the line made up of Gerry                 199er Pairs (One Session)
Lepine, B.J. Trelford, Joyce Antoine, and
Leslie Pettie had left their cart unattended     Social Program for TODAY
while they went to the third green to putt
out.                                             Home Dinners for out of town players
                                                 IMMEDIATELY after the Afternoon
According to my spies, the ringleaders           Session (back before 7:30).
(Smith and Nowlan) soon had the Lepine
team’s clubs on the ground and were off in       After the evening session Sandwiches and
a cloud of dust down the fourth fairway.         Coffee at the Bridge Club (Bar will be
Needless to say, the hijacked foursome           open).
were rather bemused, but, fortunately, did
not have long to wait for the new cart.          Social Program for Thursday
And, of course, they had their ultimate
revenge by winning the event while the           A light continental breakfast will be served
perpetrators did not even finish in the          at the Edmonton Bridge Centre
money.                                           commencing at 11:00 a.m.

Schedule of Play for TODAY                       Between sessions, we are featuring a guest
                                                 speaker and panel. The topic: “The
8:45 Bracketed Morning Knockouts                 importance of playing in tempo.” This
(first session)                                  will take place at 6:30 in the playing site.
         Morning Continuous Pairs
                                                 Purchase your tickets at the Hospitality
1:00    Compact Knockouts (Matches 1 & 2)        Desk for a Sunday meal between sessions
        Afternoon Continuous Pairs               at the Edmonton Bridge Centre (served
        Stratified Open Pairs (1st Session)      from “Josephine’s Kitchen”). Menu:
        199er pairs (One Session)                Assorted sandwiches with soup or salad for
                                                 $7.00.
7:30    Compact Knockouts (Matches 3 & 4)
        Evening Continuous Pairs                 Hola, senoras y senores. It’s “Mexican
        Stratified Open Pairs (2nd Session)      Night” at the Edmonton Bridge Centre
        199er Pairs (One Session)                after the evening game. Enjoy Mexican
        Single Session Swiss Teams               food, music and much more!




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   Texas Scramble Dubbed                         Once again, the Edmonton Organizing
                                                 Committee has rung the starting bell with
          Success                                gusto. The annual Texas Scramble, which
                                                 moves to the host city each year is, again,
At 11:00 AM on Monday Morning, 11                guaranteed another several years in which
Teams of 4 began to tee off at “The Links”       it will become even more of an institution.
in Spruce Grove, by all accounts one of the
finest of a fine collection of golf courses in   The organizers would like to express their
the Greater Edmonton Area. Shortly               heartfelt appreciation to Melcor
before game time at the Ramada, 44 tired,        Developments, Royal Lepage, Monashee
but happy bridge players turned golfers          Spring Waters, and the City of Edmonton.
turned back to bridge again. They judged         Without the generosity of these sponsors, it
the weather to be just fine. Patty Metcalfe,     would be impossible to put on an event of
the organizer, admitted that she was for         this calibre without it becoming cost
ever taking her wind jacket off and then         prohibitive.
putting it back on a few minutes later.

The winning foursome was Gerry Lepine,
BJ Trelford and Leslie Pettie all of
Edmonton, augmented by Joyce Antoine of
Saskatoon. Close on their heels was Scott
Brinsmead, Bob Toffen and Roy Humble
of Edmonton, with Karen Kilworth (and
Edmonton expatriate) of Calgary the token
out of towner. In third place was Chris
Buchanan, Cec Mackenzie and Dr. Jim                        Of course it’s not about winning. It’s
Metcalf all of Edmonton and a ringer in the                the camaraderie…but winning helps.
person of Bryan Maksymetz from
Coquitlam, B.C.

In addition to the team prizes, there were            The Rest of the Story
several individual awards including four
for closest to the pin won by Patty Metcalf,     Anyone who read our Monday edition
Curtis Stock (who has written about golf         knows that Bryan Maksymetz and Dave
for the Edmonton Journal for so long he is       Smith won the big prize in Flight A. Now
almost classified as a pro) and Lorna            for the rest of the story. For some reason -
McDonald. But… that is only three! Oh            perhaps some guilt at taking all the other
yeah, Lorna, the considerate chair of the        players and sticking them into the fight for
tournament, took home two of these prizes.       the consolation, perhaps due to some
Seems just a little greedy, but what do I        excess tippling, or maybe because at the
know.                                            end of the day, they are just GREAT
                                                 GUYS, Bryan and Dave have decided that
The longest drive prizes went to Leslie          they are going to supply the liquid
Pettie for the ladies and Curtis Stock           refreshment during the Thursday Mexican
(again) for the men.                             night.
Finally Donnie MacIntosh and Cam Doner           Apparently they spent some time Tuesday
took home the prizes for the longest putt.       afternoon mixing up a witches’ brew of
                                                 Margarita Mix (presently resting in Susan
After the hijinks on the golf course and the
                                                 Culham’s freezer) and they will bring the
prize awards, it is rumoured The Links
                                                 mix and all the Tequila (et. al.) required to
staff put on a barbeque that will long be
                                                 give all who come to Mexican night
remembered. Some of those in attendance
                                                 something akin to a Puerto Vallarta buzz.
described the burgers as the best they had
                                                 Actually, it is quite fitting since come
ever eaten. So much for my efforts during
                                                 winter, Dave Smith can be found on one
the semi-annual general meeting of the
                                                 Mexican beach or another. While I have
Edmonton Bridge Society last month.
                                                 never been there, I understand that there is
Next summer I will hand my ladle and
                                                 a pretty constant procession of snowbird
tongs over to somebody else. Clearly I
                                                 bridge players who help Dave break the
have been outclassed by the staff of The
                                                 boredom of sunshine, sunshine and more
Links.
                                                 sunshine. Must be tough.



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For those of you who still don’t know how        Bridge Supplies. Several of the happy
to find your way to the Bridge Club, best        recipients were heard to express
you find out in a hurry.                         breathlessly, “I never win anything.” I
                                                 thought at the time, “win or lose, you have
Today at Josephine’s Kitchen                     chosen bridge… that makes you a winner.”

Lasagna with Caesar Salad and a roll:                 Home Dinner Diners
$7.00
                                                 Those of you lucky enough to be heading
Thursday’s Special is a Chicken Breast or        out to one of the four home dinner venues
Home Made Roast Beef Sandwich with a             after the afternoon session should meet in
garden salad and a relish tray to garnish        the foyer right in front of the Hospitality
your lunch all for $6.50.                        Desk just inside the doors to the North
                                                 parking lot. Those who have cars (whether
    Novice Reception Well                        they can take riders or not) will be given
                                                 instructions on how to find your dinner,
          Received                               and those who need a ride will be cared for
                                                 by the organizing team. DO NOT be late
When Lloyda Jones takes on a task, it is
                                                 folks. You have less than three hours to
always well run. The Novice Reception on
                                                 get there, eat a gourmet meal, go for a
Monday night was no exception as a good
                                                 quick constitutional so as not to fall asleep
number of relative newcomers to the game
                                                 at the tables, and then to drive back and be
joined Lloyda and her husband, Peter, in
                                                 in your seats by 7:30. Trust me, it is tight,
the Alberta Room. So well attended was
                                                 but it can be done.
the reception that the supply of wine was
soon exhausted, but before long most
ambled over to the pizza party at the                         Milestones
Bridge Club.
                                                 Early in the tournament we already have
Peter Jones was asked to say a few words         two significant milestones to report.
about the game that has consumed him for         Shirley Porter from Saskatoon is reported
much of his adult life. Peter admitted that      to have reached Bronze Life Master status.
the game never becomes boring and                Unfortunately, other than the name and the
always remains a challenge, but more             achievement, I know nothing more because
importantly he credits a Regional in             Shirley, apparently exhausted from the
Calgary back over a quarter of a century         achievement left the playing site early and
ago as the event at which he met his wife        did not come to the Bridge Club for
and life partner, Lloyda. Clearly, Peter         dessert. More details and a picture
knows what is most important about bridge        tomorrow if someone will take Shirley
and it is NOT his gold medal from the            gently by the ear and lead her to me
Olympic Demonstration event in Salt Lake         sometime during the day.
City a few years ago.
                                                 Of more significance to the local
Of course, since Peter has done pretty           community is the long awaited
much everything as far as bridge is              achievement of Molly Jones. Molly is an
concerned, his advice to the newcomers is        institution all by herself. Not only has she
particularly apt. He and Lloyda mused            raised some pretty fine bridge players
about how much bridge has meant to them          including Gold Medalist Peter Jones, but
in their world wide travels. Lloyda told the     she has steadfastly refused to let herself be
story about their trip to Australia. Initially   carried over the finish line by any of her
they were a little reticent, but eventually      children or even her daughter-in-law.
looked up the local bridge club, hired a         When Molly won enough gold on Tuesday
taxi, and went to play. For the rest of their    to earn her gold card, she can say with
stay, they never took a taxi again. The          pride that she did it all on her own. You
bridge community saw to it that they were        will find Molly at the hospitality desk
picked up and taken home every time they         doing her bit for the tournament, but I am
wanted to play. Peter concluded the talk         sure she will need no artificial lighting, so
by saying, “You can play bridge anywhere         bright will be her smile. Once again Molly
in the world.”                                   left the playing site early and made (I
                                                 understand) only the briefest of
Finally, Lloyda, who had been giving draw        appearances at the club and was gone
tickets to all in attendance, began drawing      before I managed to get over. According
names for books donated by Canada                to her friends she was exhausted after

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playing three sessions on Tuesday. Once            Don’t Drink and Drive
again a photo and some more information
in tomorrow’s edition.                         Or, for that matter, play bridge with a
                                               hangover. Once again, my spies report that
          Be Considerate                       Dave Smith, who partnered Bryan
                                               Maksymetz to the Flight A win in the
Just a couple of gentle suggestions to help    weekend Calcutta, found himself this time
the tournament go a little more smoothly       playing with local luminary Tom Gandalfo
and make everybody’s experience a              in the second session of the welcoming
positive one:                                  knockouts. And playing, of all people,
1. This is a Zero Tolerance tournament and     against his weekend partner and Bob
   that means not berating ANYBODY. If         Crosby. According to those in attendance,
   you need to speak harshly to your           Dave, just a little under the weather from
   partner, your traveling companion or        imbibing the night before, started out the
   (God forbid) your spouse, please do it      session by going for 800… and then things
   out of the playing area and well away       got worse. Tom Gandolfo was heard to
   from other players. If you start yelling    ask Dave as he looked heavenward at one
   at your partner for some error (real or     point if he was “Looking for a bottle of
   imagined) it embarrasses everybody.         wine?” A little later, Dave remonstrated
   Even more significant, if you feel like     himself to “Wake up!” To which Tom
   behaving anything less than politely to     apparently muttered, “NO! Don’t do that.
   your opponents, please choose me to do      This is much more entertaining.”
   it to. If you do it in jest, I will laugh   Apparently they surrendered at the half.
   along with you. If you do it in anger I
   will, at a minimum, punch you in the          After Game Parties Are a
   nose… worse, I might sit on you.
                                                          Hit
2. Some people are wildly allergic to
   scented perfumes or aftershaves. Since      On both Monday and Tuesday evening
   we sit at close quarters, this can be a     “The joint was jumpin’”. The joint, of
   real problem for some players. While        course, is the Edmonton Bridge Centre, the
   nobody has brought this issue up to me      venue for the Monday night Pizza party
   as yet, anything you can do to restrain     and the Tuesday night Dessert Party (to say
   your assault upon the olfactory senses      nothing of the Tuesday Morning Brunch
   will be appreciated.                        and Lunch with Josephine). The centre
3. As a smoker for 35 years, I have great      was filled with laughter and joviality, but
   sympathy to the degree those still          much to the disappointment of the
   addicted are being ghettoized.              organizers, the players turned out to be
   Nevertheless, could smokers please find     pikers when it comes to the appetite
   a location NOT right in front of the        department. On Monday we had pizza left
   doors. Again some people (myself            over and there were left overs on the
   included) are quite allergic to cigarette   dessert trays last night. Imagine how
   smoke. Best they not have to run the        crushed we were to discover how easy it
   smoky gauntlet to get to their car.         truly is to best the collective appetites of
                                               what, heretofore, we had assumed was
4. If you are local, take great care in the    unquenchable.
   care and feeding of our visitors. Hear a
   group talking about eating options…         Come on over tomorrow and see if you can
   take a couple of minutes and give them      get rid of everything that we are laying out
   the benefit of your knowledge. Hear         for you. And, of course, make SURE you
   about somebody looking for a service,       are up for Mexican night on Thursday.
   trying to figure out a route, needing       What with the free margaritas
   some car repairs or anything else that      (compliments of Bryan Maksymetz and
   can make being in a strange town a          Dave Smith), it promises to be a night to
   nightmare… lend a hand. The couple of       remember. Remember folks, when you
   minutes you spend will pay great            come to the Klondike Regional, we expect
   dividends, not only during this week but    you to party hearty.
   in our efforts three, six and nine years
   out.

Just remember folks, how we act and react
affects others. Have a great time.

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                                           Monday Scores
CHARITY OPEN PAIRS
36 Pairs
        A           B   C
6.53 1                      Les Fouks, Vancouver BC; June
                            Pocock, Coquitlam BC                        185.50
4.90    2                   Jack Triplett, Inkom ID; John
                            Coone, Vernon BC                            165.50
3.67    3                   Steve Clements, Burnaby BC; Dianne
                            Isfeld, Coquitlam BC                        164.50
2.75    4                   Karen Kilworth, Strathmore AB;
                            Vince Nowlan, Edmonton AB                   158.00
2.07    5                   James Drysdale, Vermilion AB;
                            Robert Christie, Edmonton AB                155.50
1.64    6/7                 Andrew Proczkowski - Kaz Walewski,
                            Edmonton AB                                 154.50
1.36    6/7                 Kiz Fung - Andrew Speers, Edmonton AB       154.50
2.90            ½           Burton Voorhees - Kinga Voorhees,
                            Edmonton AB                                 133.50
2.90            ½           Louise Wildman, Sherwood Park AB;
                            Susan Schwann, Edmonton AB                  133.50
1.86            3           Barbara Taber - Delia Michaud,
                            Mesa AZ                                     129.50
1.40            4           Wayne Pon, Edmonton AB; James Lee,
                            Vancouver BC                                126.00
1.05            5           David Cooper - Susan Butler,
                            Edmonton AB                                 124.00
1.84                    1   Kevin Ceretzke, Edmonton AB;
                            Laurie Shapka, Red Deer AB                  123.00
1.38                    2   Syd Tapper - Henry Kwok, Edmonton AB        120.50

CHARITY 199ER PAIRS
21 Pairs
        D       E       F
2.80 1                      Robert McCaskill - Roger Gill,
                            Edmonton AB                                 113.50
2.10    2       1           Roxann Trouth - Liz Horcica,
                            Edmonton AB                                 97.50
1.58    3                   Donna Sommer - Jerry Lloyd,
                            Edmonton AB                                 96.00
1.18    4                   Donna Watson - Barbara Roulston,
                            Edmonton AB                                 92.00
0.89    5                   Sho Yasui - Herb Brown, Edmonton AB         90.86
0.66    6                   Mike Aston, Spruce Grove AB; Mary
                            Dutton, Edmonton AB                         89.71
1.34            2           Rose Cook - Janet Wallace,
                            Edmonton AB                                 86.29
1.01            3           Hazel Flewelling, Sherwood Park
                            AB; Margaret Williamson, Edmonton AB        84.50
0.76            4           Donald Cooper - Gary Howe,
                            Edmonton AB                                 84.00

KICKOFF KO TEAMS - BRACKET 1
11 Teams
29.13    1          Susan Culham - Maurice De La Salle - Robert
                    Crosby, Edmonton AB; Michael Yuen, Vancouver BC;
                    Bryan Maksymetz, Coquitlam BC
21.85       2       Ray Grace - Helene Grace, Sherwood Park AB;
                    Hendrik Sharples, Brush Prairie WA; Gerry
                    Marshall, Calgary AB; Cameron Doner, Richmond BC;
                    Martin Henneberger, Coquitlam BC
14.57       ¾       Judith Gartaganis - Nicholas Gartaganis, Calgary
                    AB; Janet Gookin, Annandale VA; Robert Gookin,
                    Falls Church VA
14.57       ¾       Anna Boivin, Victoria BC; Richard Grant,
                    Courtenay BC; Lucille Barton - Lee Barton,
                    Edmonton AB


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KICKOFF KO TEAMS - BRACKET 2
15 Teams
21.55 1           Carol Ramsey - Glenda Stewart - Gloria Olson, Edmonton AB;
                  Cheryl Barber, Sherwood Park AB
16.16    2        Alice Steuart, Kimberley BC; Joan Steuart,
                  Vancouver BC; Marguerite Perry - Dorothy Smith,
                  Calgary AB
10.78    ¾        Michael Farebrother, Calgary AB; Marek Foff,
                  Canmore AB; Robert Toffan - Wayne Shaw, Edmonton AB
10.78    ¾        William Cox - Linda Taschuk - Doug Hawrelak -
                  Nancy Cook, Edmonton AB

KICKOFF KO TEAMS - BRACKET 3
16 Teams
14.57 1           Ray Davie - Marnie Davie, Meota SK; Margaret Dyck - Shan Naidu, N-Battleford SK
10.93 2           Bryant Town - Judith Town - Bernard Lefebvre - Molly Jones, Edmonton AB
7.29   ¾          Mary Beebe - Donald Keenan - David Nash – Pat Chase, Edmonton AB
7.29   ¾          Lance Cooke - Margaret Cooke - Beth Massie - Wilda Pashak, Calgary AB
3.28   5/8        Janet Maclean - Alex Hrychuk - Rita Dayne - Hecham Diab, Edmonton AB
3.28   5/8        Moe Hnatick - Gloria Hnatick - Jeannie Wandler - Maureen Scott, Saskatoon SK

KICKOFF KO TEAMS - BRACKET 4
13 Teams
10.20 1           Fred Klein - Douglas Collister - Doug Biggs - Patricia Biggs, Calgary AB
7.65   2          David Renwick - Bonnie Renwick - Lynne Kroetsch -Richard Kroetsch, Edmonton AB
5.10   ¾          Edward Faichuk - Carol Lee Bellam - Gretta Hinton, Beverly Wardrop, Calgary AB
5.10   ¾          J Craig Hubbard - M Hubbard - Gaylene Spence - Ilsa Krukoff, Regina SK


                                          Tuesday Scores
TUESDAY MORNING SIDE GAME
24 Pairs
        A     B    C
3.34 1                   Jim Drysdale, Vermilion AB; Hannah
                         Moon, Prince Albert SK                                               136.50
3.03    2     1    1     Wendy Matthison - Judy Miller,
                         Edmonton AB                                                          132.50
1.88    3                Gene Simpson, San Rafael CA;
                         Barbara Oshman, Atherton CA                                          125.00
2.27    4     2          Harold Jones, Saskatoon SK; John
                         Russell, La Ronge SK                                                 123.00
1.06    5                Ernst Krueger, Vernon BC; Ron
                         Russell, Raymond AB                                                  122.00
1.44    6                Jack Triplett, Inkom ID; John
                         Coone, Vernon BC                                                     117.50
1.70          3    2     Laurie Shapka, Red Deer AB; Kevin
                         Ceretzke, Edmonton AB                                                116.50
1.28          4          Norman Dodd, Madden AB; Marcel
                         Claeys, Calgary AB                                                   114.00
0.96          5          John Zerr - Geraldine Zerr,
                         Saskatoon SK                                                         113.00
1.27          6    3     Karen Mitchell - Donna Marlatte,
                         Calgary AB                                                           110.00
0.95               4     Charles Hitschfeld - Michael
                         Harvey, Edmonton AB                                                  106.00

TUESDAY AFTERNOON 199ER PAIRS
12 Pairs
        D     E    F
2.13 1        1    1     Betty Hart - Janice Shields,
                         Edmonton AB                                                          72.50
1.60    2                Joan Lawrence - Marilyn Overman,
                         Edmonton AB                                                          70.00
1.18    3/5 2/3 2/3      Henry Kwok - Dorothy Kwok, Edmonton AB                               69.00
1.18    3/5 2/3 2/3      Hazel Flewelling, Sherwood Park AB;
                         Margaret Williamson, Edmonton AB                                     69.00
0.92    3/5              Anita McCaffrey - Louise Wakulich,
                         Edmonton AB                                                          69.00

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0.76        4         Roxann Trouth - Liz Horcica,
                      Edmonton AB                          66.50

TUESDAY AFTERNOON SIDE PAIRS
30 Pairs
     A B C
3.79 1                Colin Crawford, Calgary AB; Robert
                      Christie, Edmonton AB                194.00
2.79   2/3 ½          Lois Mumey - Glen Mumey, Cowley AB   186.00
2.79   2/3 ½          Charles Westerlund - Dorothy
                      Young, Sherwood Park AB              186.00
1.63   4              Donna MacDonald, Edmonton AB;
                      Helen Kilworth, Devon AB             183.00
1.20   5              Jack Triplett, Inkom ID; John
                      Coone, Vernon BC                     179.50
1.79   6    3         Sheila Ross, Calgary AB; Gurcharan
                      Bhatia, Edmonton AB                  173.00
1.56        4/5       Gerry Thompson - Rita Thompson,
                      Edmonton AB                          171.50
1.56        4/5       Ed Look - Gail Look, Edmonton AB     171.50
0.92        6         Marylynn Ghitter, Ponoka AB;
                      Noreen Fenrich, Red Deer AB          169.50
1.98              1   Bill Brand, Calgary AB; Arlene
                      Brand, Sooke BC                      164.00
1.49              2   Siona Monaghan - Roy Humble,
                      Edmonton AB                          162.00
1.11              3   Elaine Panchuk - Ted Panchuk,
                      Saskatoon SK                         147.50

TUESDAY OPEN PAIRS
68 Pairs
        A   B     C
15.40 1               Roger Clough - Rebecca Clough,
                      Culver City CA                       793.30
11.55 2               Charles Lamb, Red Deer AB; William
                      McDonald, St Albert AB               773.68
8.66   3              Thomas Gandolfo, Edmonton AB;
                      Rhonda Foster, New Westminster BC    771.10
6.50   4              Les Fouks, Vancouver BC; June
                      Pocock, Coquitlam BC                 767.50
7.06   5    1         Jean Nelson, Kelowna BC; Bill
                      Jorgensen, Salmon Arm BC             765.20
3.84   6              Karen Kilworth, Strathmore AB;
                      Vince Nowlan, Edmonton AB            751.32
5.30        2     1   Kevin Ceretzke, Edmonton AB;
                      Laurie Shapka, Red Deer AB           695.30
3.97        3         Robert Pengelly - Eleanor Harper,
                      Trail BC                             674.18
2.98        4         Ron Mikulin, Meeting Creek AB;
                      Jayaram Chari, Edmonton AB           671.82
2.54        5     2   Trudy Nickerson, St Albert AB;
                      Valerie Bowlen, Edmonton AB          667.94
2.35        6         Keats Barry, Edmonton AB; Rob
                      Glor, Millwoods AB                   662.88
1.91              3   Bev Prokop - Margaret Lyell,
                      Saskatoon SK                         640.10
1.43              4   Lorraine Russell, Raymond AB;
                      Freda North, Lethbridge AB           634.00

TUESDAY EVENING 199ER PAIRS
16 Pairs
        D   E     F
2.40 1                Larry Pizzey - Rita Pizzey, Red
                      Deer AB                              118.00
1.80   2    1     1   Richard Secord - Hans Kuchnel,
                      Edmonton AB                          101.00
1.35   3              M Hubbard - J Craig Hubbard,
                      Regina SK                            97.50
1.25   4    2         Roxann Trouth - Liz Horcica,
                      Edmonton AB                          92.50
0.76   5              Anita McCaffrey - Louise Wakulich,
                      Edmonton AB                          87.00

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0.94        3       Linda Flohr - Richard Long,
                    Edmonton AB                           84.00
1.03            2   Pramod Shah - Krishna Bukka,
                    Edmonton AB                           83.00

TUESDAY EVENING SIDE GAME
20 Pairs
        A   B   C
3.03 1              Andrew Speers - Syd Tapper,
                    Edmonton AB                           130.50
2.88   2    1       Gurcharan Bhatia, Edmonton AB;
                    Sheila Ross, Calgary AB               125.00
1.59   ¾            Lloyda Jones, Edmonton AB; Lorna
                    McDonald, St Albert AB                124.00
2.16   ¾    2       Wayne Pon, Edmonton AB; James Lee,
                    Vancouver BC                          124.00
1.98   5    3   1   Rosemary Makelki - Gloria McHugh,
                    Regina SK                             119.50
0.94   6            Jack Triplett, Inkom ID; John
                    Coone, Vernon BC                      116.00
1.49        4   2   Gaylene Spence - Ilsa Krukoff,
                    Regina SK                             113.50
1.11        5   3   Curtis Stock - Ross Armour,
                    Edmonton AB                           110.50

TUESDAY EVENING SWISS TEAMS
10 Teams
       A    B   C
3.03 1      1       Hazel Skelton - Millie Shyba - Ken
                    Scott - Eveleine King, Calgary AB     55.00
2.27   2    2   1   Carol Lee Bellam - Edward Faichuk -
                    Beverly Wardrop - Gretta Hinton,
                    Calgary AB                            52.00
1.70   3            Anna Boivin, Victoria BC; Richard
                    Grant, Courtenay BC; David Smith,
                    Edmonton AB; Gerald McCully, New
                    Westminster BC                        51.00
1.28   4            Barbara Oshman, Atherton CA;
                    Darrell Keel, Peoria AZ; Brenda
                    Keller - Bruce Ferguson, Boise ID     47.00
1.45        3       Wilbert Zinter - Colin Crawford - M
                    Sami Naydani - Susan Julius,
                    Calgary AB                            40.00




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