On April 27, the seniors played the favorite game of their late commander, Howard Connors.
In this competition, which ever teammate's shot you elect to use, that person does not get to participate in the next shot to be taken. Using this format, scores tend to be higher numerically. For this day's competition there was an A flight and a B flight.
In the A group the winning team was Jay Hennies, Rex Huska and Dick Burbach with a 34. Taking second with a 37 was the team of Dennis Bruce, Harlan Schott and Dick Kellogg. It was Schott with the "shot of the day." He dropped a 52-foot birdie putt on hole #15.
In the B group the winning score was a 39 turned in by Don Baer, Lloyd Helseth and Cleland Cook. Second place in the B division was a three-way tie at 44. Because of a par on the toughest hole on the back nine at #13, the team of Allan Clem, Gene Iverson and Wayne Rogers became the ball winners. All the other teams involved in the tie had bogeys on this difficult green, so therefore lost by the handicap rule.