Auburn and Lewiston bowlers have a number of important out-of-the-city games planned for the remainder of season. Possibly several will be bowled for the State championship, an honor which has been held by Lewiston for four or five years.

Lisbon Falls will bowl at the L.&A. alleys Thursday night, and the locals hope to get revenge for the defeat that Lisbon Falls gave them in a recent game at that place.

Lewiston’s big five will probably meet Pine’s all-Portland team in Portland, followed by a return game here. The Lewiston team will be made up of Stewart, Fitz, Strout, Russell and Walker.

50 years ago, 1959

The annual Twin Cities schoolboy basketball foul-shooting competition is scheduled next Monday at the Jewish Community Center, it has been announced. Edward Little and Lewiston High shooters will participate in the March of Dimes benefit event, beginning at 7:15 p.m.

Representatives will be determined via shoot-offs conducted by coaches of the local squads in practices prior to Monday.

25 years ago, 1984

An installation of officers for 1984 will highlight the meeting of the Lewiston-Auburn Toastmasters at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Marco’s Restaurant in Lewiston.

Toastmaster for the evening will be Mike Rioux, and a debate will be held between Ellie Blais and Sally Flynn. Speakers will be Dr. Paul Beegel, Don Ducharme, Ruth Marstsaller and Jody McMorrow, and they will be evaluated by John McLeod, Diane Sanzone, Perry Munroe and Sue Lalemand.

Jim Nesbit will be table topic master; Bob Sawyer the grammarian; Bob Allen the time counter; and Joan Morin the general evaluator.

The meeting is open to the public.


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