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On a night that even outdid their past wood-walloping heroics, the Floral Park Knights of Columbus bowlers made sure that all predictions of future record-wrecking were certain to become realities as they spilled the maple in true 2345 fashion.

"Knobby" Gregory donned The Purple Robes of Hotshot King, scorching the lanes with games of 224 and 220 to post a beauty of a 632 set while Eddy White was smoking, rolling a 218 and a 199 "almost" for a fine 598 set. Frank Dehler's 218 loner, 597 three-gamer was a whisker behind Eddy and John O'Grady's 220 single, 592 triple made lots of noise, while edging a Bob Sheehan 576 total that had a 216 game in its make-up. Chet Strzepek used a 201 game to build a 572 series, a tad up on Tommy Moore's 215 solo, 569 trio while Eddy Hackimer spilled 534 sticks. Mike Gallagher's 530 series included a 201 game, nosing out Paul Simonetti's 527 that had a 222 single in its make-up while Mike Honan and Eddy Goodloe did a "brother" act, at 522, as did John Luger and Joe Oswald, both carding 514s. Herman Determann, at 509 and Bob Mashburn, 502, squeezed onto The Elist List.

Team action saw Teddy Nowacki's Whacos do a 5-2 number on the "Knobby" Gregory -led Saints while Eddy White and his J Crew were eking out a 4-3 nailbiter win over Team Moss, quarterbacked by Paul Simonetti. Eddy Goodloe's Gloms whitewashed the Standing Pat four, captained by Pat Murphy, in a 7-0 rout, the Mailmen, with Pat Sweeney calling signals, squeezed past Joe Oswald and his Shumstetters, via a 4-3 count and, ending the night's action, the Dot Heads, bossed by Jimmy O'Neill, took Tony Morena and his team Three combine into camp in a 5-2 battle.

Whacos 116 73
Team Moss 109 80
Gloms 102 87
Mailmen 96 93
Standing Pat 93 96
Saints 91.5 97.5
J Crew 88.5 100.5
Team Three 85 104
Shumstetters 84 105
Dot Heads 80 109
Strzepek 269
Sheehan 266
Moore 258
Simonetti 693
Moore 680
Sheehan 671
Strzepek 188
Moore 185
Sheehan 182

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