Showboat PBA Doubles Classic



$110,000 SHOWBOAT PBA DOUBLES CLASSIC
Showboat Bowling Center, Las Vegas, Nov., Jul 22-28, 1983

Durbin-No. 12; Sliker-No. 1!

CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND

Pos.Name, City/StateTotalAmount
1Gil Sliker, Washington. N.J.
Mike Durbin, Chagrin Falls. Ohio
215 (1 game)$22,000
2Gary Skidmore, Albuquerque. N.M.
Casey Berry, Albuquerque. N.M
448 (2 games)12,000
3Don Genalo. N. Merrick, N.Y.
Jim Miller, Mesa. Ariz.
426 (2 games)8,000
4Dale Eagle. Santa Maria. Calif.
Tim Albin. Hermosa Beach. Calif.
423 (2 games)7,000
5Larry Laub, Tucson. Ariz.
Pete McCordic, Houston
216 (1 game)6,000

PLAYOFF RESULTS - Eagle-Albin defeated Laub-McCordic, 229-216: Genalo-Miller defeated Eagle-Albin, 195-194: Skidmore-Berry defeated Genalo-Miller, 243-231; and in the championship game. Durbin-Sliker defeated Skidmore-Berry, 215-205.

42-GAME TOTALS

 Name, City/StatePins  WLT+TotAmt
1Gil Sliker. Washington, N.J. (9,040)
Mike Durbin. Chagrin Falls. Ohio (8,734)
 17774 14-10-0 420 18194 
2Casey Berry, Albuquerque. N.M. (8,807)
Gary Skidmore, Albuquerque, N.M. (8.845)
 17652 17-7-0 510 18162 
#3Don Genalo, N. Merrick. N.Y. (8,890)
@ Jim Miller, Mesa. Ariz. (8,839)
 17729 12-12-0 360 18089 
4Pete McCordic, Houston (8,887)
Larry Laub, Tucson. Ariz. (8.722)
 17609 16-8-0 480 18089 
5Tim Albin, Hermosa, Beach, Calif. (8,803)
Dale Eagle, Santa Maria. Calif. (8,754)
 17557 14-9-1 435 17992 
6Phil Ringener, Big Spring. Texas (8,755)
** Chuck Pierce. Dallas (8.793)
 17548 14-9-1 435 17983 $5,100
7Jay Robinson, Yorba Linda, Calif. (8,860)
Joe Berardi, Brooklyn, N.Y. (8,854)
 17513 14-10-0 420 17933 4,000
8Brian Voss. Tacoma, Wash. (8,915)
Roger Haskell. Renton, Wash. (8,635)
 17550 12-12-0 360 17894 3,500
9Ernie Schlegel, Vancouver, U.S.A. (8,793)
Charlie Tapp. S. St. Paul. Minn. (8.735)
 17534 12-12-0 360 17894 3,000
10Steve Martin. Kingsport, Tenn. (8,666)
Steve Fehr, Cincinnati, Ohio (8,737)
 17403 13-11-0 390 17793 2,800
11Johnny Weltzien, Huntley. Ill. (8.575)
Jimmy Certain. Milwaukee. Wis. (8,747)
 17322 14-10-0 420 17742 2,700
12Wayne Webb. Carmel. Ind. (8.936)
Jimmie Pritts Jr., Lawrence, Mass. (8.399)
 17335 13-10-1 405 17740 2,600
13Hugh Miller, Everett, Wash. (8,537)
Rick Jones, Bellingham. Wash. (8,688)
 17225 16-7-1 495 17720 2,500
14Butch Soper, Newport Beach, Calif. (8.652)
Bobby Knipple. Long Beach, Calif. ((8.742)
 17394 9-15-0 270 17664 2,400
15Art Trask, Fresno. Calif. (8.599)
Henry Gonzalez, Colo. Springs, Colo. (8,710)
 17309 11-13-0 330 17639 2,300
16Paul Gibson, O'Fallon, Ill. (8,532)
Toby Contreras, Kansas City, Mo. (8,829)
 17161 14-10-0 420 17581 2,200
17Tom Robards, Carmichael, Calif. (8.695)
Mal Acosta, Hayward, Calif. (8,500)
 17195 11-13-0 330 17525 2,100
18George Pappas, Charlotte, N.C. (8.626)
Gary Dickinson. Burleson, Texas (8,595)
 17221 9-15-0 270 17491 2,000
19David Ozio, Victor. Texas (8.740)
Billy Young Jr., Tulsa. Okla. (8.581)
 17123 12-12-0 360 17483 1,900
20Bill Spigner, Chicago (8,545)
Mike Steinbach, Alsip. III. (8,837)
 17181 8-16-0 240 17421 1,800
21Bob Benoit. Dallas (8,274)
Randy Stoughton. Indianapolis (8,749)
 17022 10-13-1 315 17337 1,700
22Rich Gradley. Westwood, N.J. (8,278)
Kent Wagner, Allentown, Pa. (8.875)
 17153 4-20-0 120 17273 1,600
23Sam Zurich, Huntington, N.Y. (8,570)
Nelson Burton Jr., St. Louis (8,436)
 17006 8-15-1 255 17261 1,550
24Chris Goddard, Los Angeles (8.243)
Jon Bromberg. Loa Angeles (8,884)
 16923 8-16-0 240 17163 1,500

OTHER CASHERS

Pos.Name, City/StateAmount
25Alvin Lou, El Cajon, Calif., Bob Handley, Pompano Beach, Fla.$1,340
26Mike Miller, Albuquerque, N.M., Bruce Carter, Leander, Texas1,470
27Clay Sagulbo. Pearl City. Hawaii, Dean Asaml, Rodeo, Calif.1,300
28Guppy Troup, Jacksonville. Fla., Mark Williams, Beaumont, Texas1,280
29Steve Neff, Sarasota, Fla,, Tom Laskow, Commack. N .Y.1,280
30Bob Fenton, Upland. Calif., Greg Baderdeen. Ontario, Calif.1,240
31Norm Duke, Ft. Worth, Texas. Doug Laird, Grand Island, Neb.1,220
32Gus Yannares, Milwaukee, Wis., AI Stonum, S. San Francisco600
 Teats Semiz, Fairfield, N.J., Dick Weber, St. Louis.800

* - Match play alternate. ** - TV finals alternate. 18-game qualifying leaders - Miller and Genalo, 7,861. 24th place Bromberg and Goddard tied with Alvin Lou and Bob Handley at 7,339, then won a one-game roll-off, 415384. Lou and Handley declined the alternate's position. @ - Miller and Genalo defeated Laub and McCordic. 439415, in a one-game roll-off to determine the third and fourth-seeded teams. It - Genalo rolled a 300 game.
FINALISTS' AVERAGES - Durbin 207.9; Sliker 215.2; Skidmore 210.8; Berry 209.7; Miller 210.5; Genalo 211.7; Laub 207.7; McCordic 211.6: Eagle 208.4; Albin 209.6; Pierce 209.4; Ringener 208.5; Berardi 208.0: Robinson 210.9; Haskell 205.8: Voss 212.3: Tapp 208.0; Schlegel 209.4; Fehr 208.0; Martin 206.3; Certain 208.3; Weltzien 204.2: Pritts 200 0: Webb 212.8: Jones 206 9: Miller 203,3: Knipple 208.1: Soper 206.0: Gonzalez 207 4: Trask 204 7: Contreras 205.5: Gibson 203.1; Acosta 202.4: Robards 207.0: Dickinson 204 6: Pappas 205.4: Young 204 3: Ozio 208 1 Steinbach 205.6: Spigner 203 5: Stoughton 208.3: Benoit 197 O: Wagner 211 8: Gradley 197 1: Burton Jr 200 9: Zurich 204.0: Bromberg 200.8: Goddard 196.3.