The game I have was developed by William Roscher...probably in the 70s...and could be a prototype...perhaps never reaching full production.
The game consists of a 17" X 19" pegboard with 1105 game holes and 96 scoring holes. The holes run vertical, horizontal and diagonally. There are two color sets of pegs...one for each team.
It's a two team game where teams insert (their) colored pegs into the board in an attempt to get at least five pegs in succession. The more pegs in succession...the higher the points awarded.
Any additional information you may have on this game would be greatly appreciated.
Sounds like you have a very unusual game that could be added to the BGG database. It would be interesting to see some photos, if you would upload some to your personal gallery.