Showboat PBA Doubles Classic



$125,000 SHOWBOAT PBA DOUBLES CLASSIC
Showboat Bowling Center, Las Vegas, Nev., Jun 19-23, 1984

Roth, Holman Dominate Doubles

For the third time since 1977, Mark Roth and Marshall Holman prevailed as a team, combining their talents to win the $125,000 Showboat PBA Doubles Classic.

With Roth averaging 216 and Holman 216, the pair earned the top-seeded position by 429 pins despite a sub-par 11-13 match play record. They then held off Ted Hannahs and Dave Husted, 169-160, in the alternating frame doubles format title game.

CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND

Pos.Name, City/StateTotalAmount
1Mark Roth, Spring Lake Hts., N.J.
Marshall Holman, Jacksonville. Ore.
169 (1 game)$25,000
2Dave Husted, Milwaukie, Ore.
Ted Hannahs, Zanesville, Ohio
838 (4 games)13,000
3Steve Fehr, Cincinnati, Ohio
Steve Martin, Kingsport, Tenn.
175 (1 game)9,000
4Jim Miller, Mesa, Ariz.
Don Genalo, N. Merrick, N.Y.
182 (1 game)8,000
5Mark Baker, Garden Grove, Calif.
Joe Berardi, Brooklyn, N.Y.
207 (1 game)7,000

PLAYOFF RESULTS - Hannahs-Husted defeated Baker-Berardi, 241-207. Hannahs-Husted defeated Miller-Genalo, 235-182; Hannahs-Husted defeated Fehr-Martin, 202-175; and in the championship game, Roth-Holman defeated Hannahs-Husted, 169-160.

42-GAME TOTALS

 Name, City/StatePins  WLT+TotAmt
1Marshall Holman, Jacksonville, Ore. (90$5)
Mark Roth, Spring Lake Heights, N.J. (9156)
 18241 11-13-0 330 18571 
2Steve Martin, Kingsport, Tenn. (8890)
Steve Fehr, Cincinnati, Ohio (8892)
 17782 12-12-0 360 18142 
3Jim Miller, Mesa, Ariz. (8950)
Don Genalo, N. Merrick, N.Y. (8656)
 17606 15-8-1 465 18071 
4Ted Hannahs, Zanesville, Ohio (8795)
Dave Husted, Milwaukie, Ore. (8900)
 17695 12-11-1 375 18070 
5Joe Berardi, Brooklyn, N.Y. (8665)
Mark Baker, Garden Grove, Calif. (8799)
 17464 18-6-0 5401 18004 
6Pete Weber. St. Louis (8894)
** Brian Voss, Tacoma, Wash. (8699)
 17593 12-12-0 360 17953 $6,100
7Henry Gonzalez, Colo. Springs, Colo. (9086)
Art Trask, Fresno. Calif. (8484)
 17570 11-12-1 345 17915 5,000
8Randy Lightfoot, St. Charles, Mo. (8491)
Steve Wunderlich, St. Louis (9049)
 17540 12-12-0 360 17900 4,000
9Steve Cook, Roseville, Calif. (8762)
Mike Aulby, Indianapolis (8621)
 17383 15-8-1 465 17848 3,550
10Gil Sliker, Washington, N.J. (8957)
Mike Durbin, Chagrin Falls, Ohio (8530)
 17487 12-12-0 360 17847 3,000
11Casey Berry, Albuquerque, N.M. (8713)
Gary Skidmore, Albuquerque. N.M. (8702)
 17415 14-10-0 420 17835 2,800
12Ernie Schlegel, Vancouver, U.S.A. (8908)
Bobby Knipple, Long Beach. Calif. (8503)
 17411 14-10-0 420 17831 2,600
13Billy Young Jr., Tulsa, Okla. (8751)
David Ozio, Vidor, Texas (8656)
 17407 11-13-0 330 17737 2,500
14Tom Baker, Buffalo. N.Y. (8609)
Joe Hutchinson, Scranton, Pa. (8620)
 17229 14-9-1 435 17664 2,400
15Steve Neff, Sarasota. Fla. (8425)
John Weltzien, Huntley, Ill. (8938)
 17363 9-15-0 270 17633 2,300
16Kent Wagner. Allentown, Pa. (8680)
Steve Martin, Great Falls, Mont. (8595)
 17275 9-15-0 270 17545 2,200
17John Gant, Pittsburgh, Pa. (8623)
# Keith Kolozsi, Xenia, Ohio (8576)
 17199 11-13-0 330 17529 2,100
18Jimmie Pritts Jr., Lawrence, Mass. (8504)
Wayne Webb, Carmel, Ind. (8637)
 17141 12-12-0 360 17501 2,000
#19Bob Learn Jr. Erie. Pa. (8534)
Ron Palombi Jr., Erie, Pa. (8619)
 17153 11-12-1 345 17498 1,900
20Mike Bouvia, Portland. Ore. (8550)
Leroy Bornhop, St. Charles. Mo. (8627)
 17177 10-14-0 300 17477 1,800
21Matt Surina, Bremerton, Wash. (8379)
Bill Straub, Lincoln, Neb. (8734)
 17113 10-14-0 300 17413 1,700
22Rick Vittone, Salem, Ore. (8313)
Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela (8730)
 17043 9-15-0 270 17313 1,600
23Guppy Troup, Jacksonville, Fla. (8511)
Mark Williams, Beaumont, Texas (8422)
 16933 10-13-1 315 17248 1,500
24Mike Edwards, Tulsa, Okla. (8448)
Del Ballard Jr., Richardson, Texas (8432)
 16800 10-13-1 315 17195 1,400

OTHER CASHERS

Pos.Name, City/StateAmount
25Gary Dickinson. Burleson, Texas, George Pappas, Charlotte, N.C.$1,250
*26Warren Eales, Redondo Beach, Calif., Robert Worrall, Flagstaff, Ariz.1,350
27Jim Winklepleck, Portland, Ore., Jeff Phipps, Portland. Ore.1,150
28Jim Tilton, Huntington Beach, Calif., Larry Gray, Torrance, Calif.1,100
29Dave Soutar, Leawood. Kan., Mark Fahy, Chicago, Ill1,050
30Dave Ferraro, Kingston, N.Y., Sam Maccarone. Glassboro, N.J.1,000

* - Match play alternates. ** - TV finals alternates. # - Kolozsi and Learn rolled 300 games ($100 each). 18-game qualifying leaders - Roth and Holman, 8023. 24th place - Wunderlich and Lightfoot, 7385. 30th place Ferraro and Maccarone, 7341.
FINALISTS' AVERAGES - Roth 218.0; Holman 216.3; Fehr 211.7; Martin 211.6; Genalo 206.0; Miller 213.0; Husted 211.9; Hannahs 209.4; M. Baker 209.5; Berardi 206.3; Voss 207.1; Weber 211.7; Trask 202.0; Gonzalez 216.3; Wunderlich 215.4; Lightfoot 202.1; Aulby 205.2; Cook 208.6; Durbin 203.0; Sliker 213.2; Skidmore 207.2; Berry 207.4; Knipple 202.4; Schlegel 212.0; Ozio 206.0; Young 208.3; Hutchinson 205.2; T. Baker 204.9; Weltzien 212.8; Neff 200.5; Kolozsi 204.1; Gant 205.3; Martin 204.6; Wagner 206.6; Webb 205.6; Pritts 202.4; Palombi 205.2; Learn 203.1; Bornhop 205.4; Bouvia 203.5; Straub 207.9; Surina 199.5; Monacelli 207.8; Vittone 197.9; Williams 200.5; Troup 202.6; Ballard 200.7; Edwards 201.1.