Adult/Junior Handicap Doubles
The Adult/Junior Doubles will be sanctioned
with the ABC/WIBC/YABA through their local associations, and
governed by their rules.
Entry fee shall be $25.00 for the
Adult/Junior Doubles ($10.00 lineage, $13.00 scholarship
fund and $2.00 expense fee).
Adult/Junior Doubles shall bowl 3 games on
the same pair of lanes, handicap totals will determine
The Adult/Junior Doubles shall consist of 5
squads with three (3) divisions. The tournament will be held
on Friday, November 26, 2004. Squad times are: 9:00am,
11:30am, 2:30pm, 5:00pm, and 8:00pm. Check-in is 30 minutes
prior to squad. Re-entry is allowed in the following manner:
same partner, only cash once, different partner, cash up to
five times. All refunds must be approved by tournament
Junior Handicap &
The singles event will be sanctioned
with the YABA through it’s local association, and governed
by it’s rules.
There will be four (4) divisions
including those listed below, plus Division D - scratch.
Entry fee shall be $25.00 ($10.00
lineage, $13.00 scholarship fund and $2.00 expense fee). The
top 5 in each division will receive a memento and
scholarship funds (to be determined after all entries
Entrants will bowl 6 games, moving one
pair to the right after each game. The top five (5) in each
division shall advance to a PBA –TV style finals format on
Sunday morning 10:00am.
The first squad shall begin with
check-in at 8:30am, Saturday, November 27, 2004. Paddock
will be held at 8:45am. ALL ENTRANTS MUST BE CHECKED–IN
PRIOR TO OPENING CEREMONIES! Opening ceremonies shall
commence promptly at 9:00am. Competition will begin at
9:30am. Tournament second squad shall begin with check-in at
1:30pm, Saturday, November 27th, 2004. Paddock will be held
at 1:45pm. Competition will begin at 2:00pm. Re-entry is
allowed, but entrant may only cash once.
shall be divided into age groups based on the participating
child’s age: Division A - up to 11 years old; Division B -
12 to 15 years old; Division C - 16 years old and up.
Contestants age as of 8/1/04 shall determine division.
deadline is November 19th, 2004 midnight. Entries received
after that date, but postmarked by that date shall be
accepted. Late entries shall be taken up to 15 minutes prior
to squad time, however a $1.00 late fee will be assessed.
Awards will be
returned on a one in 7 ratio or major fraction thereof.
Junior bowlers will receive an award and scholarship money
(based on the number of entries in that division) and adults
will receive an award. All allotted scholarship money, in
both tournaments, will be returned 100% to the bowlers.
Averages will be
determined in the following order: a.) ABC/WIBC/YABA highest
current yearbook of 21 or more games; b.) ABC/WIBC/YABA
highest current sanctioned league average as of November
19th, 2004, of 21 or more games, (standing sheet and
verification must accompany entry); c.) ABC/WIBC/YABA
highest summer 2004 average of 21 or more games, whichever
of B or C is higher (Local association secretary must
verify); if none of the above, entrant MUST bowl scratch.
ABC/WIBC rules 319c, 319a-2, and 319a-3 shall be enforced.
Falsification of average will result in disqualification.
The handicap for both tournaments will be 90% of 220.
AUTHORIZATIONS MUST ACCOMPANY THIS ENTRY FORM FOR ALL
presentation for the singles and the doubles will take place
immediately following the TV Style finals on Sunday morning.
Proper attire is
required! No shorts, halters, tank tops, hats, chains, or
clothing with objectionable pictures/words will be allowed.
will receive confirmation.
must purchase a card at the tournament site and will follow
the rules stated above for average requirements. Non-ABC/WIBC
members may purchase a participation card for a $5.00 fee
and will follow the rules stated above for average
Any rule not
covered by these rules, are covered by ABC/WIBC/YABA.