Clubs host weekly games for players


Published: Friday, January 7, 2005 at 6:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Thursday, January 6, 2005 at 11:27 p.m.
  • GAINESVILLE BRIDGE CLUB: Playing a nine-table Mitchell Movement game under the direction of Ron Schoenau, winners were East-West: first, Jon Shuster and Ron Law, 65.48 percent; second, Len Ringel and Zev Wajsman, 61.72 percent; third, Gus and Ruth Palenik, 61.60 percent; fourth, Betty Skelton and Edna Walker, 51.07 percent.
    North-South winners were: first, Joyce Thompson and Rosalie Bond, 60.16 percent; second, John Donovan and Carolyn Schoenau, 58.65 percent; third, Helen Collins and Linda Stuart, 56.28 percent; fourth, Bonnie and John Kraft, 53.15 percent.
  • GATORBRIDGE Utilizing the Howell Movement under the direction of C. Schoenau with 10 pairs competing, winners were: first, Allyn Cook and Harriett Miller, 54.63 percent; a three-way tie for second by Shuster and Stuart, with Walker and Mickey Dorne, and Mary Bailey and Barbara Hendrick, 54.17 percent.
  • TOWN CLUB: Playing a 6¶-table Mitchell Movement game, winners East-West were: first, Calvin Rowe and Denis Whittaker, 67.86 percent; second, Marilyn Froscher and Lois Hinchey, 61.07 percent; third, Walker and Sylvia Messer, 48.93 percent.
    Winners North-South were: first, playing director Pat Thompson and Tom Doolittle, 65.41 percent; second, Vivian Kantor and Cathy O'Sickey, 59.59 percent; third, Donovan and Marion Bové, 57.50 percent.
  • BOLTIN CENTER: The Laura Stewart game was coordinated by Joe Letter. Joan Buczek was high with 7,930 followed by Malita Freese with 6,870.
    For partnerships or information, call 376-6670, 371-1356, or 334-2189.
    Visit our Web site at www.gainesvillebridge.com for complete results and announcements.
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