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PAGE TWO Tir{ ROCKLAND COUNTY TIMES HAVERSTRAW, N. I SEPTEMBER H. 1953 Caseys Meet Cards on Sunday for Title Schassler-Woods Pitching Duel To Be Resumed When the Pearl River-Nanuet Cardinals and the Haverstraw Caseys meet at 2 o ’ clock Sunday afternoon on the Rockland State Hospital field in the final and championship game of the Rock ­ land County Invitation Tourna ­ ment the county ’ s two best pitch ­ ers, Don Woods of the Cards and “ Red ” Schassler of the Brick- fowners, will be facing each other. The Riverites defeated the Caseys 4-1 at Markham Field, Haverstraw on August 17. Woods and Schassler each allowed six hits and each struck out 13 opponents. The two chuckers are time-honor ­ ed rivals. Schassler, a graduate of Haver ­ straw High School, is the property cf the Brooklyn Dodgers organiza ­ tion. Woods, Pearl River High School graduate, hurled jayvee ball for Ithaca College this past spring, and has been scouted by the Philadelphia Phillies. Back in 1951 Schassler pitched the Red Raiders to the P. S. A. L. title and Woods pitched Pearl River to second place, one game behind the Bricktowners. Both hurlers were named to the All- P. S. A. L. team. Woods had a 7-1 record and Schassler an 8-2 ranking. Woods had the most strikeouts, 100, and Schassler paced in shut ­ outs with five. ‘ “ Red ” hurled a no ­ hit, no,-run game and Woods pitched a no-hit, one-run contest. Woods ’ no-hitter was against Schassler and Haverstraw after the Raiders had copped the cham ­ pionship, and he beat the Raiders 6-0. Schassler batted at .360 and Woods at .310 for the P. S. A. L. campaign in ’ 51. This past spring Schassler pitched Haverstraw to another baseball title, posting a 7-1 record and being one of his team ’ s lead ­ ing hitters. He was scouted and signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers. Woods hurled for the Ithaca Col ­ lege Jayvees, recording a 2-1 standing. His victories included beating the Cornell Freshmen. Schassler has a 4-1 record with the Haverstraw Caseys for sum ­ mer play. Woods ’ record with the Cardinals this summer is 7-1. His lone defeat was at the hands of the Nyack A. C., against whom he pitched two-hit ball but lost on errors. Schassler ’ s lone setback was at the hands of Pearl River. In county championship play Woods pitched a no-hit, no-run perfect game against the Suffern Kiwanis Seniors and Schassler hurled 2-hit, 22-strikeout ball in beating the Nyack Panthers. Both have 2-0 tourney records. Schassler hasn ’ t allowed an earned run in 18 innings of tourna ­ ment play, has given up six hits, struckout 38, issued four bases on I balls, and accounted for four hits' in nine trips to the plate. Woods gave up one earned run in 18 innings of tourney play, permitted five hits, fanned 29, and issued three free passes. He is credited with one hit in five times at bat. Both clubs have a balance of plate power and defensive play. Sunday ’ s contest on the Rockland State Hospital “ Polo Grounds ” field should be one of the best baseball games seen in the county this year. The tournament is being spon ­ sored by the weekly newspapers of the county, including The Rock ­ land County Times, in cooperation with the Recreation Department of the Rockland State Hospital. The probable starting lineups Schassler Strikes Out 16 Men As Nyack A, C Drops 3-2 Game The Haverstraw Caseys earned the right to play in the final championship game of the Rock ­ land County Invitation Baseball Tournament last Sunday when they defeated the Nyack A. C. by a 3-2 count in second round com ­ petition before 250 spectators at Rockland State Hospital, Orange ­ burg. As in the first round tourney game when the Bricktowners de ­ feated the Nyack Panthers 17-0, it was “ Red ” Schassler ’ s pitching which predominated in the Casey victory over Nyack. He gave up four hits, three of them bunched in the fourth inning to help score the Aceys ’ two runs, struck out 16, and the lanky Haverstraw hurler didn ’ t issue a base on balls. \Red ” was held hitlcss, however, after going five for four in first round competition. With two out and the tying run on second base it was a sparkling, tumbling catch by Jack Drescher, Haverstraw ’ s second sacker, of C. Fieseler ’ s fly deep toward right field which accounted for the game-ending out. The Nyackers made a game fight of it all the way. ^ Each team did all of its scoring in a single inning, Haverstraw in the third frame and Nyack in the fourth. Other than in its scoring inning Nyack never seriously threatened. Other than in its sco»*ing inning Haverstraw got a runner as far as third in the second and seventh frames. Drescher walked after John Filor had fanned to open the Nyackers ’ third inning. Frank Horan homered over the center fielder ’ s head to put two runs across. Schassler grounded out, short to first. Joe Picarello tripled to left center, and then scored on a passed ball by Catcher W. Gal ­ braith. Cal Brechbiehl singled and stole second base. George Behn flied out to the catcher to end the inning. Carl Brooks reached first on an error at third by Tom Torpey to open Nyack ’ s fourth. B. Buckhout grounded out, second to first. Dom D ’ Auria, Nyack hurler, singled to score Brooks. D ’ Auria was thrown out attempting to steal. B. Burgess singled and was pushed around to score as a result of Fieseler ’ s single and a wild throw by First Sacker Harold Moran. Galbraith ended the inning by striking out. Dom D ’ Auria. an infielder by trade, was on the mound for the losers. He gave up six hits, three of them bunched in Nyack ’ s scor ­ ing inning, struck out five, gave up five bases on balls, and made two wild pitches. and batting orders are: Pearl River Haverstraw Bonomolo, ss. Drescher, 2b Marsico, 3b Horan, lb. Stockdale, 2b Schassler, p Antoine, 2b. Picarello, ss Voigt, lb Brechbiehl, If Van Name, c Behn, c Quog, cf Torpey, 3b Engelhard!, rf Puryear, rf D. Woods p Filor, cf Cardinals Lay It On For Semi-Final Win Haverstraw Caseys Drescher, 2b Horan, lb Schassler, p. Picarello, ss. Brechbiehl, If Behn, c. Puryear, rf. Torpey, 3b. Filor, cf. ab 4 3 4 2 4 4 4 4 3 Stony Point VFW Calls Town Meeting For Little League Members of Charles R. Lewis Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Stony Point, discussed at length the possibility of the formation of a Little League in Stony Point. They finally agreed to have the Post sponsor a meeting to be held in October of all those who are interested to look into this youth activity that has proved so suc ­ cessful in many other communi ­ ties. A committee was appointed to get notices out to all parents and organizations and to handle the meeting. This committee is to make a full report at the next meeting of the Post. The Post also voted the purchase of two medals to be awarded to winners in the Stony Point schools in the county-wide essay contest to be conducted by the Rockland County Council of the Veterans of Foreign Wars this Fall. The Chairman of the Youth Committee, William Watkins, ask ­ ed for and got several volunteers to assist his committee in working with the local PTA in running the activities for Fun Night for the lo ­ cal school children. The chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, Charlps De-* Berry, reported that all arrange ­ ments had been made for the VFW game party to be held Sep ­ tember 26 at the Ambulance Cen ­ ter. Tickets were distributed for the advance sale and a refreshment committee was appointed. After the formal meeing was adjourned by the Post Vice-Com ­ mander, Joseph Reilly, an informal discussion of the proposed build ­ ing was held. The merits of several proposed locations were taken un ­ der consideration by the building committee and each location will be inspected in the near future. A social hour followed Nyack. A, C. ab r h Brooks, ss. 4 11 Buckhout, 3b. 4 0 6 D ’ Auria, p. 4 0 1 Burgess, 2b. 4.11 Fieseler, lb. 4 0 1 Galbraith, c. 3 0 0 Dellolie, cf. 3 0 0 Mathsen, If. 3 0 0 Gulezian, rf. 3 0 0 32 32 2 4 Score by innings: Nyack A. C. 000 200 000 — 2 Haverstraw 003 000 OOx — 3 Home run: Horan. Three-base hit: Picarello. Runs batted in: Horan 2, D ’ Auria. Stolen base: Buckhout, Brechbiehl. Double play: Brooks to Burgess to Fieseler. Struck out by: Schassler 16, D ’ Auria 5. Base on balls off: Schassler none, D ’ Auria 5. Wild pitch: D ’ Auria 2. Passed balls: Galbraith 2. Left on base: Nyack 3, Haverstraw 7. Earned runs: Haverstraw 3, Nyack none. Um ­ pires: Zielich and Holland. Scorer: D. Jancin. Time of game: 2 hrs. 14 min. POLIO CANCELS RAIDERS ’ GAME WITH MIDDIES By PETER RAMUNDO A severe outbreak of polio in Middletown which has spread to the Middie squad has forced the cancellation of the Middletown High School - Haverstraw High School football game September 27, it was announced this week. A replacement on the schedule has yet to be found, and it is most likely that the Red Raiders will play only six games this season. If a replacement is not found, open ­ ing game for the Red Raiders will be one week later here with Spring Valley, which they ripped apart last year, 50-6. Even though the opener with Middletown has been wiped out. Coach Zev Graham ’ s 1951 P. S. A. L. champions still have a rugged' schedule, and they hope to lengthen their unbeaten string of eight games to 14. The last time the Bricktowners met defeat was! in that decisive game two years- ago against Piermont. Since then, they have romped over every team that stood before them on the gridirop. After the game with Spring Valley, the Red Raiders will travel to Nyack for a night game October 10. This will be followed by a home game with Pearl River, and then they will close the season on the road against Piermont, Suffern and Highland Falls, in that order. Despite heavy losses from grad ­ uation, Coach Earl (Zev) Graham, with a few switches, has closed the vacant spots. Players returning to action on the line are Andrew (Buzzy) lamonica, All-County tackle, Vic Van Zetta and Bob Thayer. Chuck Gulino, a 1951 line ­ backer, and Mike Frimpter, who didn ’ t see much action at the be ­ ginning of last season but who proved himself a fine back in the Piermont and Highland Falls games, have been switched to ends to fill two empty positions. Vincent (Dugan) Kovalsky, who is the only back returning from last year ’ s championship team, will be one of the reasons why the Red Raiders will be tough to beat this year. Five big possibilities for the backfield are Jim Ducey, Jack Goetschius, George Stokes, Gene Zippilli, and Pat Barry. The schedule: Cct. 4 — Spring Valley (N), *50-6 10 — At Nyack (N), 34-32 18 — Pearl River, 37-0 25 — At Piermont, 13-6 Nov. 1 — At Suffern, 41-7 8 — At Highland Falls, 31-7 ♦Last year ’ s score. Little League Will Mark Season Success At Dinner Saturday All good amateur sports leagues wind up their season with ban ­ quets, and the North Rockland Little League is no exception. The juvenile baseball players will be feted at a supper Saturday in Haverstraw High School. Besides the players, parents, league officials and adults who worked on the league will attend. The affair is scheduled to begin at 7:30. Col. A. C. Spalding, treasurer of the league, will be toastmaster. The clergy will take a big part in the proceedings, with the invoca ­ tion by Rabbi Maurice Aranov, a talk by the Rev. Harold Quigley, and benediction by the Rev. Ed ­ mund W. Netter. Lt. William Ecroyd, league president, will welcome the boys and guests. A “ mystery guest ” speaker may be present, but the committee is not advertising his name because he may not be able to make it, but he is of major league calibre. A large trophy donated by Mayor Harry W. Schuler will be donated to the Giants, winners in the league. In addition, a belt with buckle will be awarded by the league to all players in the major league. A gift will be made by Col. Spalding to each of the managers, the only adults who will receive any presents. The minor leagues will have a separate dinner at a later date. Bert Picarello is chairman of this. ARCHERY SUNDAY AT SEBAGO On Sunday, the Metropolitan Archery Association wi?l present its annual fall tournament on the recreation field of the new Sebago Beach on the Seven Lakes Drive in the Harriman Section of the Palisades Interstate Park, begin ­ ning 1D:60 a. m. and ending 5:00 p. m. More than 100 expert arck- ers from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania will compete for prizes offered by the Metropolitan Archery Association and 25 special awards presented by the Bear Mountain Sports As ­ sociation. ROCKLAND COUNTY BASEBALL TOURNAMENT Second Round Results Haverstraw 3, Nyack A. C. 2. P. R. Cards 8, Jolly Nine 2. Tournament Standings W. L. Pet. Pearl River Cards 2 0 1.000 Haverstraw Caseys 2 0 1.000 S. V. Jolly Nine 1 1 .500 Nyack A. C. 11 .500 Suffern Kiwanis 0 1 .000 Nyack Panthers 0 1 .000 New City Panthers 0 1 .000 Congers Libertys 0 1 .000 Shanks Residents Fight Closing Shanks Village residents at an Open Meeting of the Residents ’ Association Sunday resolved unanimously to send a delegation to argue the case for the exten ­ sion of the life of the housing pro ­ ject before key figures in Wash ­ ington, including President Harry S. Truman. At the same occasion four political parties pledged their support to the Villagers. The open pieeting held that un ­ til adequate** housing for the var ­ ious income groups can be assur ­ ed, no alternative remains for the Villagers except to oppose the closing. The scheduled evacuation date has been announced by the New York Regional Office of the Public Housing Administration as July 1, 1953. VISITED THE CAPE The Misses Elsie and Dorothy Bloom of Garnerville and Mary Sierkierski of Haverstraw have returned from a vacation in Cape Cod. TWO MEN IN LOCAL COURT McKinley Faulk drew a 60-day suspended sentence from Judge Mario Russo Monday for disorder ­ ly conduct during the weekend. Oliver Babcock of Thiells was fin ­ ed $20 for creating a disturbance in a local tavern. VENETIAN BLINDS CUSTOM MADE TO ORDER 30c SQ. FT. FREE MEASURING — DELIVERS RAMAPO GLASS & MIRRORS 18 N. MAIN STREET SPring Valley 6-1063 GET THIS FORD DEALER \GET ACQUAINTED\ SPECIAL TNt offer appRoi to poiwnger con only. 75c Championship Game Sunday September 14 At Rockland State Hospital — Haverstraw Caseys vs. Pearl River-Nanuet Cardinals at 2 o ’ clock sharp. Iceland ’ s Parliament is called the Althing. BLACKTOP DRIVEWAYS FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL FREDDY ’ S TRUCKING HAversIraw 9-5627 GENUINE FORD VANITY MIRROR No more need to shore your rear view mirror wirti passengers. This Ford Vanity Mirror slips over the sun visor, brightens up your car's interior. It has six etched spaces for jotting notes on gas mileage, and travel. It's handy, attractive, and really pleases the ladies. lO-POINT SAFETY CSiECK-UP ^ Putt one front wheel, Inipecf brake lining and wheel cylinder ■A* Check all brake lines and eonnectic'^s for wear and leaks •k Check parking brakes ir Check fluid level in master cylindur if Inspect tires, spindles, spindle bolts, tie- rod ends, and steering linkage for wear if Inspect springs and shock absorbers if inspect headlamps and rear lamp wiring if Inspect turn signals if Check windshield wipers arrd blades — check windshield wosher if Test battery and inspect battery cables yoUii m MBS XmmxBEST! John F. Shankey 87-89 Broadway, Haverstraw Serving Continuously Since 1887 The Pearl River-Nanuet Cardi ­ nals earned the right to meet the Haverstraw Caseys in the cham ­ pionship final of the Rockland County Baseball Tournament by defeating the Spring Valley Jolly Nine 8-2 last Sunday in second round competition at Rockland State Hospital. Don Woods was on the mound for the Cardinals and gave up five hits, three of them bunched in the fifth inning for the Valley ’ s lone earned run, struck out 13, and issued three free passes. Emil Willis went seven innings for the Jolly Nine, giving up six runs and seven hits while striking out seven, walking six, and mak ­ ing three wild pitches. He was charged with the defeat. “ Shorty ” Sherwood pitched the last two frames, allowing two more runs. THIEVES STEAL MOTOR FROM BROWNSELL BOAT Greenwood' Lake authorities are investigating the recent theft of an inboard motor from a boat owned by Arthur F. Brownsell of West Haverstraw, and used at the lake. The thieves crudely cut the fuel lines and other service connections on the motor, greatly decreasing the usefulness of their “ haul. ” TO OPEN CORNWALL OFFICE The Highland Falls Federal Sav ­ ings and Loan Association plans to open an office in Cornwall. Of Course YouVe Thought About Buying A Place of Your Own . .. why not let us help you DO something about it! Come in and talk it over with us. Since we opened our doors back in 1887 we ’ ve helped hundreds buy homes of their own. WE CAN HELP ‘ YOU PEOPLES BANK OF HAVERSTRAW MEAABER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Excess ‘ '-H-»XCESS profits ” is a silly phrase. If a 1-i company ever did make too much money, there would be a stampede of new companies entering that business. That new competition would cut down all profits in a hurry. That ’ s the free part of free enterprise. Actually, with inflated prices for equip ­ ment and ridiculous tax rates, American corporations have not made enough profits to keep their plants modern (43% of machine tools in U. S. factories are 10 years old or older). And obsolete equipment soon makes jobs obsolete, too. You can be sure It was someone with no knowledge of the facts of industrial life who named it \excess profits tax. ” It should be renamed and called what it is. Excess tax.

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