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here are some pictures I saw posted


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Has anybody here ever been there before?

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They better hang that pendant in front of the championship pair!

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I have been there before, albeit a few years ago. It's a fun retro style house. Feels very 70's-ish, but I mean that in a good way. Has a wood and brick motif inside if I recall right.


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the picture of the sign in front looks like there is a condo complex next the bowling center in a residential area?


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Former Touring Player Wodka Leads PBA Anthony Memorial TQR Field

by Bill Vint January 12, 2010 09:11

DUBLIN, Calif. – Former touring player Dave Wodka, and his fiancé, Nicole Ellison, both of Chatsworth, Calif., were among the eight men and four women who advanced out of the Tour Qualifying Round Tuesday into the field for the Professional Bowlers Association’s Earl Anthony Memorial which gets underway Wednesday at Earl Anthony’s Dublin Bowl.

Wodka, who bowled as a full-time member of the Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour between 1991 and 2000, posted a seven-game total of 1,566 pins to lead the men’s field. Also advancing to the 64-player Earl Anthony Memorial field were Steven Black, Phoenix; Ivan Miyasato, Clovis, Calif.; Anthony LaCaze, Melrose Park, Ill.; Andres Gomez, Colombia; Curtis Woods Jr., Santa Rosa, Calif.; Dave D’Entremont, Middleburg Heights, Ohio, and Rick Francis, Linden, Calif.

“This is the first Tour Qualifying Round I’ve bowled in four years,” Wodka said. “My fiancé wanted to bowl, so I came along to bowl, too.

“I still love the competition, but I don’t want to do it for a living any more,” Wodka added. He currently is general manager of Del Rosa Lanes in San Bernardino.

Advancing into the Round of 20 for the PBA Women’s Series presented by BOWL.COM qualifying rounds were Lindsay Baker, Amherst, N.Y.; Ellison; Renae Gross, North Port, Fla., and Tina Stickney, Chandler, Ariz. Baker led the women’s Tour Qualifying Round with a seven-game total of 1,485 pins.

The bowlers advancing out of the TQR will join the Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour and PBA Women’s Series exempt players for seven-game qualifying rounds Wednesday and Thursday. The top 28 men and 16 women after 14 games will advance to the best-of-seven-game, single-elimination match play rounds Friday. Match play will cull the fields to four men and two women for the live ESPN finals Sunday at 1 p.m. Eastern (10 a.m. Pacific).



Earl Anthony’s Dublin Bowl, Dublin, Calif., Jan. 12


(Top 8 advance to Earl Anthony Memorial field of 64)
1, Dave Wodka, Chatsworth, Calif., 1,566
2, Steven Black, Phoenix, 1,557
3, (tie) Anthony LaCaze, Melrose Park, Ill., and Andres Gomez, Colombia, 1,505
6, Curtis Woods Jr., Santa Rosa, Calif., 1,489
7, Dave D'Entremont, Middleburg Heights, Ohio, 1,485
8, Rick Francis, Linden, Calif., 1,461
9, Richard Torres, Antioch, Calif., 1,451, $1,000
10, Jason Andersen, Fremont, Calif., 1,449, $800
11, Derek Gregory, Sonora, Calif., 1,448, $600
12, Jeff Frankos, San Francisco, 1,424, $500
13, Chris Pitts, Fresno, Calif., 1,423, $450
14, Marvin Hale, Discovery Bay, Calif., 1,422, $400
15, Bob Aleksinski, Hillsboro, Ore, 1,414, $350
16, Jon Brandon, Santa Clarita, Calif., 1,411, $325
17, Dave Arnold, Dublin, Calif., 1,409, $300
18, Noah Berger, Berkeley, Calif., 1,397
19, Matt Freiberg, Somerset, N.J., 1,393
20, Clark Walmer, Brentwood, Calif., 1,387
21, Ron Case, Oakley, Calif., 1,385
22, Joe Goldstein Sr., Hayward, Calif, 1,368
23, Michael Cimba, Monroeville, Pa., 1,366
24, David Doyle, Pacifica, Calif., 1,365
25, Andrew Cain, Scottsdale, Ariz., 1,356
26, Nick Morgan, Sacramento, Calif., 1,352
27, Gregory Thompson Jr, Dayton, Ohio, 1,350
28, Brian LeClair, Athens, N.Y., 1,348
29, Ryan Ciminelli, Cheektowaga, N.Y., 1,346
30, Scott Newell, Deland, Fla., 1,342
31, Daryn Young, Danville, Calif., 1,334
32, Marty Deh, San Jose, Calif., 1,331
33, Chuck Tillson, Rohnert Park, Calif, 1,327
34, George Aboud, San Jose, Calif., 1,326
35, Chris Hillman, Pleasanton, Calif, 1,324
36, Allen Blansette, Napa, Calif., 1,322
37, Rodney Garrick, San Francisco, 1,321
38, Ivan Yee, San Francisco, 1,318
39, Brian Cooper, Visalia, Calif., 1,311
40, Manuel Otalora, Weston, Fla., 1,298
41, Garrett Richardson, Martinez, Calif., 1,291
42, Derryck Mertz, Santa Clara, Calif., 1,283
43, Barry Richards, Lodi, Calif., 1,282
44, (tie) Kioni Sodaria, Stockton, Calif., and Aaron Pawloski, Volcano, Calif., 1,281
46, David O'Sullivan, Clearwater, Fla, 1,255
47, (tie) David Johns Jr., Brentwood, Calif., and Lindsey Wong, Sunnyvale, Calif., 1,250
49, Tom Marlow, Lemoore, Calif., 1,239
50, Eric vanGlabbeek, The Netherlands, 1,234
51, Mike Nadolski, Westland, Mich, 1,229
52, Justin Bautista, Pleasanton, Calif., 1,220
53, Jerry Case, Mountain View, Calif., 1,205
54, (tie) Kevin Beber, Albany, Calif., and Kenneth Daily, San Leandro. Calif., 1,201
56, (tie) Mark McCreary, Livermore, Calif., and Shawn Amatori, San Francisco, Calif, 1,188
58, Chris Bennett, Antioch, Calif., 1,180
59, Dave Moore, Hickman, Calif, 1,179
60, Matthew Gregory, Dublin, Calif., 1,175
61, Joe Monastiero, Livermore, Calif., 1,174
62, John Hallam, Hercules, Calif., 1,165
63, Randall Harmon, San Jose, Calif., 1,163
64, Ronnie Lenting, The Netherlands, 1,157
65, Warren Weatherford Jr., Alameda, Calif., 1,140
66, Drew Parkin, Aliso Viejo, Calif., 1,102
67, Brett Mercurio, San Jose, Calif, 1,098
68, Brandon Perino, Riverbank, Calif., 1,093
69, Craig Jensen, Hercules, Calif., 1,086
70, Jamar Lee, Walnut Creek, Calif., 1,062
71, Larry Anecito, Hollister, Calif., 1,021


(Top four advance to Earl Anthony Memorial Women’s Series field of 20)
1, Lindsay Baker, Amherst, N.Y., 1,485
2, Nicole Ellison, Chatsworth, Calif., 1,329
3, Renae Gross, North Port, Fla., 1,323
4, Tina Stickney, Chandler, Ariz., 1,240
5, Jennifer Nelson, Menlo Park, Calif., 1,230
6, Cyndee Sutherland, San Jose, Calif., 1,213
7, Marie Alberto, Mountain View, Calif., 1,107
8, Rose Wolhar, Sunnyvale, Calif., 1,090
9, Diana Cavins, Fairfield, Calif., 1,050

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