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The Palace Bar
Farimount, IN
Home of James Dean, Garfield and Bobby V.
Sunday February 5, 2006 2:55 AM
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Fairmount, IN - Sixteen teams from Bourbon, Summitville, Pendleton, Huntertown, Ft. Wayne and....Cincinnati, OH converged on the Palace Bar in Fairmount for an Open Doubles Shuffleboard tournament despite it being one of the few days of snow this winter. This same tournament last year drew just 11 teams. This upswing in participation can be credited in part to the promotion efforts of Glen Ingram from Summitville and several local teaming testing their skills against the out of town professionals.

Glen Smith from Cincinnati drove up to reacquaint himself with the shuffleboard community. He had been following events online for awhile and took the plunge after a 20 year absence from the shuffleboard circuit. Though he had not been planning to play, he partnered with Ann Harrell for a couple credible games. Indiana and National Hall-of-Famer Jim Long and Glen reminisced about players they both remembered from that area (and era!). Here's hoping Glen and his wife can make it up to several more tournaments, including the April 15th 1.5> Amateur tournament.

Gary Anglin and his partner were put in the losers bracket by Jim Long & Glen Ingram but came back to defeat them the second time around giving Jim and Glen 3rd place. They were unable to force a 2nd game for the championship and Laggin' Larry Brown and Bobby V went unfeated for the day. Congrats to LAB and Bobby V.

Ann Harrell

16 Teams
Bobby Voorhis & Larry Brown
Gary Anglin & John Partner
Jim Long & Glen Ingram
Tom Massie & Greg Massie
Jim Hamilton & Tom Nolder
Mike Gilman & Dave Welsh
Debbie Voorhis & Mary Brown
Skip Enyert & Jesse Lainhart
Byron George & Tony Watson
Danny Watson & Nick George
Bud Esterline & Doc Deventor
Chet Seybert & Jane Seybert
Willie Fox & Gene Brown
Glen Smith & Ann Harrell
Larry Creakbaum & Tony Skinner
Rudy Robinson & Rocky Rider
1st Bobby Voorhis & Larry Brown

2nd Gary Anglin & John Partner

3rd Jim Long & Glen Ingram
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