The University Bridge Club announces winners of its Oct. 26 game that was hosted by Lois Liebert, Theda Pierson and Ed and Hazel Stellmacher.
Pink winners were: Betty Lukens, first; Jean Whitaker, second; Roberta Lesh, third; Ailene Bocquin, fourth; and Iva Koleber and Freddie Nelson, fifth-place tie.
Blue winners were: George Bocquin, first; Warren Lesh, second; Carl Schaake, third; Ralph Dunn, fourth; and Henry Miller, fifth.
The Lawrence Duplicate Bridge Club's game Monday was stratified, used the Mitchell movement and was directed by Virginia Seaver.
The North-South winners were James Gunn and Harry Shaffer, followed by Virginia Seaver and Klee Zaricky. Sally Taylor and Shirlie Vaughn placed third, followed by Julia Brooks and Lester Dalton. Winners in the B strata were Jeff Rees and Jeff Nash, followed by Yvonne Hedges and Shirley Reese.
The East-West winners were Paul Heitzman and Dave Piro, followed by Cathy Blumenfeld and Michael Blumenfeld. Chuck Hedges and Betty Collier placed third, followed by Don Brennaman and Emily Foster.
A delegation led by Margaret Wulfkuhl, vice regent of the Betty Washington Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, presented a U.S. flag Oct. 8 to the Ballard Community Center. Each year the local chapter presents a flag that has flown over the Capitol in Washington, D.C. The presentation included the singing of the "Star-Spangled Banner," by 4-year-old Perry Tong, a preschooler at the center.
The highlight of the club's October meeting was a slide show given by Virginia Wulfkuhl, daughter of member Margaret Wulfkuhl. Virginia is a public archivist for the Kansas State Historical Society. The presentation was the excavation and restoration of El Quartelejo, the only-known pueblo in Kansas. El Quartelejo is in Scott County and was inhabited by Taos Indians who settled with a band of Plains Apaches in 1664.
Each member also was given a copy of the Kansas State Historical Society's recent publication showing the locations of state historical markers and giving a brief description of the significance of each.
The Lawrence 299ers Duplicate Bridge Club met Oct. 23 for its weekly game. Six tables competed in a stratified game using a Mitchell movement. Don Brennaman directed the game.
In the North-South section Harriet Olson and Artie Shaw placed first in A and B. Frances Vogel and Dorothy Arth finished second in A and B. Bev Rylko and Jo Abbott took first in C. Sitting East-West, Olivier Urruty and Chuck Hedges finished first in A. Don Brennaman and Ann Thompson were second. Helen Huffman and Bob Huffman finished first in B and Gladys Dight and Betty Spalsbury placed first in C.
The Lawrence TGIF Duplicate Bridge Club met Oct. 25 for its weekly game. The stratified game used a Mitchell movement.
Sitting North-South, Sally Taylor and Patt Radford finished first in A. Erna Holmes and Frances Vogel placed second. Don Daugherty and Harry Talley finished third in A and first in B and C. Mike Blumenfeld and Cathy Blumenfeld finished first in A, B and C. Playing East-West, Harry Shaffer and Jim Gunn finished second. The game drew six and a half tables and was directed by Don Brennaman.