City Of Roses Open



$95,000 CITY OF ROSES OPEN
Timber Lanes, Portland, Ore., Jun 8-12, 1982

Weber Youngest Two-Time Champ

Pete Weber was 10 years old the season Tommy Hudson became the Sporting News PBA Rookie of the Year. He wasn't even born the day Dave Soutar won his first tour title in the 1961 PBA National Championship.

With consecutive victories over Soutar and Hudson, Weber became the youngest bowler in PBA history to win his second title after capturing the $95,000 City of Roses Open in Portland, Ore. On the Winter Tour, the 19-year-old Weber won the Greater Hartford Open.

CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND

Pos.Name, City/StateTotalAmount
1Pete Weber, St. Louis450 (2 games)$12,000
2Tommy Hudson, Akron, Ohio223 (1 game)7,000
3Dave Soutar, Leawood, Kan.441 (2 games)5,000
4Ted Hannahs, Zanesville, Ohio480 (2 games)4,500
5Art Trask, Fresno, Calif.223 (1 game)4,000

PLAYOFF RESULTS - Hannahs defeated Trask, 243-223; Soutar defeated Hannahs, 246-237; Weber defeated Soutar, 207-195; and in the championship game, Weber defeated Hudson, 243-223.

42-GAME TOTALS

 Name, CityPinsAvg  WLT+TotAmt
1Tommy Hudson, Akron, Ohio 9177 218.5 16-8-0 480 9657 
2Pete Weber, St. Louis 9185 218.6 14-10-0 420 9605 
3Dave Soutar, Leawood, Kan. 9175 218.4 13-11-0 390 9565 
4Ted Hannahs, Zanesville, Ohio 9149 217.8 11-13-0 330 9479 
5Art Trask, Fresno, Calif. 9026 214.9 14-9-1 435 9461 
**6Jeff Bellinger, Columbia, S.C. 9051 215.5 13-11-0 390 9441 $3,550
7Steve Westberg, Cottage Grove, Ore. 9010 214.5 14-10-0 420 9430 3,000
8Steve Wunderlich, St. Louis 9005 214.4 13-11-0 390 9395 2,800
9Tom Laskow, Commack, N.Y. 8973 213.6 13-11-0 390 9363 2,600
10Steve Fehr, Cincinnati, Ohio 8957 213.2 13-11-0 390 9347 2,400
11Pete McCordic, Houston 8918 212.3 13-11-0 390 9308 2,200
12Matt Surina, Longview, Wash. 8904 212.0 13-11-0 390 9294 2,000
13Casey Berry, Albuquerque, N.M. 8992 214.0 10-14-0 300 9292 1,800
14A. J. Vincent, Metairie, La. 8880 211.4 13-11-0 390 9270 1,700
15Dave Husted, Milwaukie, Ore. 8909 212.1 11-12-1 345 9254 1,600
16Frank Ellenburg, Mesa, Ariz. 8960 213.3 8-15-1 255 9215 1,500
17Earl Anthony, Dublin, Calif. 8866 211.0 10-13-1 315 9181 1,400
18Randy Lightfoot, St. Charles, Mo. 8796 209.4 11-11-2 360 9156 1,300
19George Pappas, Charlotte, N.C. 8809 209.7 11-13-0 330 9139 1,250
20Mike Monyak, Tacoma, Wash. 8785 209.1 8-15-1 255 9040 1,200
21Kevin Gillette, Florence, Ky. 8671 206.4 12-12-0 360 9031 1,150
22Mal Acosta, Hayward, Calif. 8777 208.9 8-16-0 240 9017 1,100
+23Dale Glenn, Santa Maria, Calif. 6202 206.7 8-15-1 240 8708 1,027
++24Don Genalo, N. Merrick, N.Y. 4668 212.1 14-10-0 420 8628 945

OTHER CASHERS

Pos.Name, City/StateAmount
25Steve Martin, Kingsport, Tenn.$977
26Jay Aono, Boise, Idaho920
 Chuck Pierce, Dallas840
28Mark Fahy, Elmwood Park, Ill.790
29Charlie Tapp, S. St. Paul, Minn.780
30Bob Handley, Fairway, Kan.765
*Tom Milton, St. Petersburg, Fla.765
32Warren Nelson, Downey, Calif.750
33Larry Gray, Torrance, Calif.740
34Mark Baker, Garden Grove, Calif.730
35Steve Bowman, Las Vegas, Nev.720
36Jimmie Pritts, Lawrence, Mass.710
37Neil Burton, St. Louis695
 Bill Spigner, Chicago695
39Ed Ressler, Merrimack, N.H.680
@40Doug Wallace, Portland, Ore.670
41Joe Hutchinson, Scranton, Pa.660
42Rick Jones, Bellingham, Wash.650
43David Ozio, Vidor, Tex.640
44Bobby Knipple, Long Beach, Calif.630
45Ron Buckner, Loon Lake, Wash.620
46AI Stonum, San Francisco610
47Roger Haskell, Renton, Wash.600
48Butch Soper, Newport Beach, Calif.590

* - Denotes alternate. ** - TV finals alternate. @ -Non PBA-member. 18-game qualifying leader - Weber, 4015. 24th place - Husted, 3823. PRO-AM CASHERS - Mark Baker, Earl Anthony, Hugh Miller, Tom Kohler, Steve Westberg and Nelson Burton Jr., ($50 each).
+ - Dale Glenn replaced Steve Martin in match play after 30 games when Martin withdrew because of an injured wrist. Glenn was assessed a 242-pin penalty and they split 23rd and 25th-place money with Glenn receiving an added $50 alternate's fee.
++ - Don Genalo replaced Jay Aono in match play after 38 games when Aono withdrew because of a pulled muscle in his right arm. Genalo was assessed a 382-pin penalty and they split the money between 24th and 26th-place with Genalo receiving an added $25 alternate's fee.
- Tom Milton became the new alternate and received $25.