Old Spice Classic



$150,000 OLD SPICE CLASSIC
Garden City Bowl, Garden City, N.Y., Apr 1-6, 1985

Sweet Smell Again For Aulby

Mike Aulby set a record for winning the most money at this stage of the PBA season by capturing the $150,000 Old Spice Classic at Garden City Bowl.

He defeated Amleto Monacelli, 233-220, in the title game to win the $27,000 first prize and upped his season's winnings to $114,220, breaking a record set by Earl Anthony in 1981.

Aulby waited until Don Genalo knocked out Tony Cariello, a former world amateur champion in his first full professional year on the Tour, 221-169. Genalo, competing in front of a partisan hometown crowd, couldn't keep up his string against Charlie Tapp, however, going down to defeat, 235-216.

Tapp lost his game completely against Monacelli, once picking up the wrong ball and suffering four open frames in a 190-163 loss, propelling Monacelli into the title game.

Aulby opened with a four-bagger and the popular Venezuelan drew to within three pins midway in the game when he tripled in the fifth through seventh frames to make it 169-166. But Aulby responded with two of three closing strikes to cement the first title.

CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND

Pos.Name, City/StateTotalAmount
1Mike Aulby, Indianapolis233 (1 game)$27,000
2Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela410 (2 games)14,000
3Charlie Tapp, S. St. Paul, Minn.398 (2 games)8,000
4Don Genalo, N. Merrick, N.Y.437 (2 games)6,500
5Tony Cariello, Chicago169 (1 game)5,500

PLAYOFF RESULTS - Genalo defeated Cariello, 221-169; Tapp defeated Genalo, 235-216; Monacelli defeated Tapp, 190-163; and in the championship game, Aulby defeated Monacelli, 233-220.

42-GAME TOTALS

 Name, CityPinsAvg  WLT+TotAmt
1Mike Aulby, Indianapolis 9642 229.5 14-10-0 420 10062 
2Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela 9507 226.3 15-9-0 450 9957 
3Charlie Tapp, S. St. Paul, Minn. 9388 223.5 17-6-1 525 9913 
4Don Genalo, N. Merrick, N.Y. 9328 222.0 14-9-1 435 9763 
5Tony Cariello, Chicago, 9382 223.3 12-12-0 360 9742 
6Mike Durbin, Chagrin Falls, Ohio 9293 221.2 14-10-0 420 9713 $4,500
**7David Ozio, Vidor, Texas 9296 221.3 13-11-0 390 9686 4,075
#8Jimmie Pritts Jr., Lawrence, Mass. 9201 219.0 15-9-0 450 9651 3,500
9John Gant, Pittsburgh, Pa. 9299 221.4 19-14-0 300 9599 3,200
10Doug Ha yes, Clarksville, Tenn. 9207 219.2 12-12-0 360 9567 3,000
11Arnie Goldman, Chicago 9094 216.5 14-10-0 420 9514 2,800
12Gary Dickinson, Burleson, Texas 9152 217.9 11-13-0 330 9482 2,600
13Ernie Schlegel, Vancouver, U.S.A. 9068 215.9 12-12-0 360 9428 2,400
14Mark Williams, Beaumont, Texas 9146 217.7 9-15-0 270 9416 2,300
15Dave Ferraro, Kingston, N.Y. 9056 215.6 11-12-1 345 9401 2,200
16Robert Worrall, Flagstaff, Ariz. 8925 212.5 15-9-0 450 9375 2,100
17Mark Fairy, Chicago 8950 213.0 12-12-0 360 9310 2,000
18John DiLutis, Baltimore, Md. 9026 214.9 8-15-1 255 9281 1,900
19Walter Ray Williams Jr., Chino, Calif. 8864 211.0 12-11-1 375 9239 1,800
20Dave Soutar, Leawood, Kan. 8946 213.0 9-14-1 285 9231 1,700
21Sam Maccarone, Glassboro, N.J. 8958 213.2 9-15-0 270 9228 1,600
22Tom Crites, Tampa, Fla. 8875 211.3 10-14-0 300 9175 1,500
23Randy Canales, Midland, Texas 8806 209.6 9-15-Q 270 9076 1,450
+24Michael Dool, Hilton, N.Y. 4890 212.6 3-2-0 90 4980 1,443

OTHER CASHERS

Pos.Name, City/StateAmount
+25Mark Roth, Spring Lake Hts., N.J.$1,338
26Ron Bell, Akron, Ohio1,270
27Ted Hannahs, Zanesville, Ohio1,260
28Mike Bouvia, Gresham, Ore.1,250
29Dave Husted, Milwaukie, Ore.1,240
30Steve Cook, Roseville, Calif.1,225
 Matthew Ruben, W. Hempstead, N.Y.1,225
32Willie Willis, New Haven, Conn.1,210
33Bobby Knipple, Long Beach, Calif.1,200
34Paul Gibson, O'Fallon, Ill.1,190
35Rusty Giant, St. Petersburg, Fla.1,180
36Pete McCordic, Houston1,170
37Steve J. Martin, Kingsport, Tenn.1,160
38Mark Baker, Garden Grove, Calif.1,150
39Alvin Lou, El Cajon, Calif.1,135
 Butch Soper, Huntington Beach, Calif.1,135
41Jimmy Certain, Milwaukee, Wis.1,120
42Paul Moser, Brockton, Mass.1,105
 Rick Vittone, Salem, Ore.1,105
44Jeff Bellinger, Columbia, S.C.1,090
45Philip Ringener, Big Sp ring, Texas1,080
46Gerry Keslar, Seward, Neb.1,070
47Nelson Burton Jr., St. Louis1,055
 Henry Gonzalez, Colorado Springs, Colo.1,055
49Ken Hall, Albany, N.Y.1,035
 Gil Sliker, Washington, N.J.1,035
51Sam Flanagan, Parkersburg, W.Va.1,020
52Joe Berardi, Brooklyn, N.Y.1,010
53Randy Stoughton, Indianapolis1,000

* - Match play alternate. ** - TV finals alternate. # - Jimmie Pritts Jr. and Tim Weisbrod rolled 300 games ($100each). 18-game qualifying leader - Mike Aulby, 4258. 24th place - Arnie Goldman, 3855. 53rd place - RandyStoughton, 3770. + - Mike Dool replaced Mark Roth in the 24-man finals after 14 games of match play and receiveda 189-pin penalty the difference between their qualifying totals plus Roth's bonus pins. They split 24th and 25th-place prize money and Dool received $105 additional for alternate. PRO-AM CASHERS - Gerry Keslar, RandyStoughton, Mike Aulby, Mike Durbin, David Husted, Brian Voss, Dave Ferraro, Rusty Giant, Wayne Webb, Steve J.
Martin, Jim Kontos, Walter Ray Williams Jr., John Gant, Sam Flanagan, Randy Lightfoot, Ron Bell, Mark Fahy,Derek Banks, Bob Chamberlain, Del Warren, Ernie Schlegel and Mike Kilgannon ($50 each).