Club has monthly evening game

Published: Friday, January 14, 2005 at 6:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Thursday, January 13, 2005 at 10:17 p.m.
  • GAINESVILLE BRIDGE CLUB: There were 13 tables competing in a Mitchell Movement game under the direction of Ron Schoenau.
    Winners North-South were: first, Helen Collins and John Donovan, 65.15 percent; second, Carolyn Schoenau and Dimitri Bourilkov, 57.58 percent; third, George Holstein and Patricia Turner, 57.39 percent; fourth, Mary Newsome and Mike Bean, 53.60 percent; fifth, Marion Bove and Vivian Kantor, 52.08 percent.
    Winners East-West were: first, Jape Taylor and Parker Small, 64.77 percent; second, Kevin Quirk and Marilyn Froscher, 60.61 percent; third, Edna Walker and Betty Skelton, 58.14 percent; fourth, Evelyn Kleinsasser and Jon Shuster, 55.30 percent; fifth, Denis and Nicki Whittaker, 52.84 percent.
  • GATORBRIDGE: The monthly Saturday evening game hosted by John and Bonnie Kraft was a seven-table Mitchell Movement game. Winners North-South were: first, Jackie McCracken and Ray Lush, 62.50 percent; second, Froscher and playing director Donovan, 61.90 percent; third, Kantor and Joan Goree, 53.27 percent.
    Winners East-West were: first, D. and N. Whittaker, 58.63 percent; second, Mary and Neil White, 55.06 percent; third, Newsome and Bean, 50.89 percent.
  • TOWN CLUB: Playing a seven-table Mitchell Movement, winners North-South were: first, Mary Bailey and Allyn Cook, 65.10 percent; second, Donovan and Lee Wood, 59.67 percent; third, playing director Pat Thompson and McCracken, 52.84 percent.
    East-West winners were: first, Froscher and D. Whittaker, 59.88 percent; second, Walker and Hinchey, 59.84 percent; third, Ron Law and Linda Carder, 56.03 percent.
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