Waukegan Open



$38,000 WAUKEGAN OPEN
Bertrand Bowl, Waukegan, Ill., Aug 21-24, 1969

Zikes Wins At Waukegan

LES ZIKES from the Chicago suburb of Palatine was listed as a local professional in the Waukegan Open. And he gave the "hometown" fans more than enough to cheer about as he came through with his first PBA victory.

Zikes had to turn back Billy Hardwick's strong bid to become the first bowler in 1969 to win two in a row. Zikes held a 37-pin lead over Hardwick going into the position round and then defeated Billy, 193-180, to wrap up the championship. Hardwick, who was dropped to third behind Johnny Petraglia, was downfalled by the position round for the second time in three weeks. He lost to Nelson Burton, Jr. in the last round at Cranston, R. I., but managed to win at Grand Rapids before losing to Zikes.

40-GAME FINALS

 Name, City/StatePins  WLT+TotAmt
1Les Zikes, Chicago, Ill. 8939 10-6-0 500 9439 $3,000
2Johnny Petraglia, Brooklyn, N. Y. 8792 11-5-0 550 9342 1,600
3Billy Hardwick, Louisville, Ky. 8839 10-6-0 500 9339 1,400
***4Tim Harahan, Canoga Park, Calif. 8779 10-5-1 525 9304 1,200
5Mike McGrath, El Cerrito, Calif. 8865 7-9-0 350 9215 1,100
6Paul Petescola, Oradell, N. J. 8567 11-5-0 550 9117 1,050
7Dave Soutar, Gilroy, Calif. 8648 9-7-0 450 9098 1,000
8Buzz Fazio, Delton, Mich. 8622 9-6-1 475 9097 950
9Mike Orlovsky, Endicott, N. Y. 8592 9-7-0 450 9042 900
10Johnny Guenther, Fresno, Calif. 8678 7-9-0 350 9028 850
11Jim Godman, Hayward, Calif. 8536 9-6-1 475 9011 800
***12Alex Seymore, Kannapolis, N. C. 8454 7-9-0 350 8804 750
13Adam Toney, Oak Hill, W. Va. 8434 5-9-2 300 8734 700
14Jim Mack, Dover, N. J. 8363 4-11-1 225 8588 650
15Jim Stefanich, Joliet, Ill. 8385 3-13-0 150 8535 625
16Jim Pennington, Rossville, Ga. 8153 4-12-0 200 8353 600

24-GAME TOTALS

Pos.Name, City/StateTotalAmount
*17Mike Durbin, Burbank, Calif.5099$540
18Teata Semiz, River Edge, N. J.5094450
19Pat Patterson, St. Louis, Mo.5084425
20Tim Chestney, Denver, Colo.5075400
21Glenn Allison, Los Angeles, Calif.5073390
22Carmen Salvino, Chicago, Ill., Dick Weber, St. Louis, Mo.5068382.50
24Ralph Engan, Monsey, N. Y.5056375
25Larry Lichstein, Bloomfield, Conn.5046370
26Don Russell, San Diego, Calif.5045365
27Allie Clarke, Akron, O., Keith Wiltse, Vicksburg, Mich.5043357.50
29Dick Battista, Astoria, N. Y.5041350
30Ray Bluth, St. Louis, Mo.5035345
31Dave Davis, Phoenix Ariz., Don Glover, Bakersfield, Calif.5029337.30
33Steve Wallace, Houston, Tex.5021330
34Bob Strampe, Detroit, Mich.5016325
35Gary Rebillot, Canton, Ohio5012320
36Don Lemon, Rochester, N. Y.5009315
37Skee Foremsky, Houston, Tex.4998310
38Don Helling St. Louis, Mo.4994305
39George Pappas, Charlotte, N. C.4986300
40Don Johnson, Kokomo, Ind.4985295
41A. W. "Bill" Johnson, New Orleans, La.4984290
42Lindy Lundeen, Duluth, Minn.4974285
43Ron Chek, San Bruno, Calif.4965277.50
 Dick Lang, Detroit, Mich.4965277.50
**45Wayne Klein, Grand Rapids, Mich.4961270
46Terry Booth, Mountain View, Calif., Bob McMillin, Flushing N. Y.4944262.50
**48Don Burza, Round Lake, Ill.4938255
49Frank Northrop, Atwater, Calif.4937250
**50John Boho, Milwaukee, Wisc.4932245
51Barry Brady, Atherton, Calif.4929240
**52Sonny Jovanovich, Ottawa, Ill.4928235
**53Ron Wheeler, Milwaukee, Wisc.4926230

Pro-Am Cashers ($50)-Tim Harahan, A. W. (Bill) Johnson, Mike Orlovsky, Carmen Salvino. ($33)-Bob Manjos, Bob Strampe, Johnny Guenther. 24-Game Qualifying Leader-McGrath, 5441. 16th Low-Seymore, 5099. Seymore defeated Durbin, 206-171, in rolloff for 16th spot. *Alternate. **Local Entries. ***Harahan, Seymore received $100 for perfect games.