Club members engage in weekly games


Published: Friday, January 28, 2005 at 6:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Thursday, January 27, 2005 at 9:59 p.m.
  • GAINESVILLE BRIDGE CLUB: Playing a 14-table Mitchell Movement game under the direction of Ron Schoenau, winners East-West were: first, Malay Ghosh and Calvin Rowe, 60.90 percent; second, Ron Law and Pat Thompson, 59.13 percent; third, Gus and Ruth Palenik, 58.65 percent; fourth, Denis and Nicki Whittaker, 55.93 percent; fifth, Betty Skelton and Edna Walker, 54.33 percent; sixth, Martha Krajick and Theresa Leschorn, 53.04 percent.
    Winners North-South were: first, Kevin Quirk and Marilyn Froscher, 59.46 percent; second, Evelyn Kleinsasser and Carolyn Schoenau, 57.21 percent; third, Linda Carder and Jeff Baxter, 56.89 percent; fourth, Helen Collins and John Donovan, 56.25 percent; fifth, Allyn Cook and Taylor Wallace, 54.65 percent; sixth, Estelle and Irwin Hall, 52.24 percent.
  • GATORBRIDGE: Playing a six-table Mitchell Movement game under the direction of C. Schoenau, North-South winners were: first, Harriett Miller and Don Cavanaugh, 56.92 percent; second, Kleinsasser and Law, 55.00 percent.
    There was a first-place East-West tie by Zev Wajsman and Joan Goree with Sylvia Messer and Walker, 53.92 percent.
  • TOWN CLUB: Playing a modified Mitchell Movement game under the direction of P. Thompson with 7 tables competing, winners were: first, Ray Lush and Messer, 67.90 percent; second, Carder and Law, 61.78 percent; third, Donovan and Kleinsasser, 58.77 percent; fourth, Mary and Neil White, 58.67 percent; fifth, Froscher and D. Whittaker, 57.17 percent; sixth, Goree and Walker, 51.12 percent.
  • BOLTIN CENTER: The Laura Stewart game was coordinated by Joe Letter. Malita Freese was high with 7,860 followed by Donna Page with 5,380.
    For complete results and announcements, visit our Web site at www.gainesvillebridge.com.
    For partnerships or information call 376-6670, 371-1356, or 334-2189.
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