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Indian Hills Bowl ready for team sweeper

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

A five-game scratch team sweeper is slated Sept. 25 at Indian Hills Bowl in Ash Flat.

Start time is 11a.m, with a 10:30 a.m. check-in time. No checks will be accepted for this event.

Team entry fee is $200 per four-man team. Lineage: $50; expenses: $10; prize fund: $140.

First place team wins $1,000; first place team Game one: $136; first place team game two: $136; first place team game three: $136; first place team game four: $136; first place team game five: $136.

$5 scratch brackets starting game one, two and three; scratch high game pot $25 entry ($5/game); 32 man bracket $20 entry (pays $400/$230).

One must reserve a spot and this tournament is limited to 12 teams.

The format -- a five-game block across five pairs of lanes, moving to the right after each game.

All ties will be divided accordingly. Call Tony Doncheff, tournament manager, for reservations at 870-847-6258.

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Wow! it sure is great to see the tournaments are starting again. They can be a real exciting way to win some really needed cash money and burn off the aggravation of the 100 degree days.

Congrats also go to Ash Flat for always having something sober to do for everyone.

Still alive here in Chicago and boy do I miss the laid back lifestyle and super nice people I met when I lived down there.

I will never forget how they helped after the tornado, and still have that picture on my screensaver so I never forget there is kindness and community in Arkansas, regardless of how I ended up here!

Whoops well I gotta go lay down I am now getting shots and thermocoagulation for my back (try saying that three times real fast.)

And I know it was that darn bowling bag I fished out of that mess. HAHAHA I thought I was a real hero!

When I come down to visit I might even be able to tie my own shoes.

Hope all else is well with all of you who I had the pleasure of meeting and even eating raw ribs with.

Have a great tournament


Debbie Doncheff-Larcher

-- Posted by DebLarcher on Fri, Aug 13, 2010, at 9:16 PM

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