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The Greenwich journal and Salem press. (Greenwich, N.Y.) 1969-1978, August 28, 1975, Image 13

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I; ’¿«'a I' I im . m ¿M&* reV# !$$£$• fourth -mmol Ok* jSpatioft Inn softball iotir-* llll^ g%9' underway ’ this tttrdiy; at 12 noon. WJfJSl Ve' 'gftgies' will he -^ptyed oil Saturday with \pSfaist two ggm$ of the K;i,|p ‘starting at 6:15 p.m. championship* will w ^ r' . ........................ $300 » ^ deicided on Sunday Sllhthfei! games, starting ’irst prize money- is with second place $200 and* third fp§cfreceiving $100. First d'S^cond also receive a iphyswhile the tourney's It valuable player re­ dyes a trophy plus $30 in ■ ¡f |ocal teams entered are /the Farm Supply, the Den, ¿ l u l l ’s Construction, Dan inglois ’ HoBos and ippy Mosher’s soft- ^allers. Other teams are from the Glens Falls area, the capital district?-'and .Arlington, Vt. The drawings were held Tuesday night at the Old Station which is too late for publication. lc Soda and hot dogs are available at the field. A good day for sports ferns. ... On the Little League :/^#eene, we forgot to men- ’M io n John Burgess who is i also retiring after years o f /service with the Local team. « . > T/-' 7Ï T e n n is to u r n e y in S a le m The first toumsrotfint-of. 1 the Salem Tennis club was held Sunday, August 17. Tip women's singles match, between Sandra 4 McClellan and Eileen Lai* 9on, was won by Mrs. McClellan, with scores of 6-4, 7-5. The men's singles match, between Jeff Adler and Julian Orton, was won by Adler, with scores of 6-2, 4-6, 6-4. After the tournament an Jfl open house was held at | the club, with refresh- \ ments served. ¥ ' ». ; • * COLOR ' r a TV i î i Sales - Service Art Boeliringer 692-2419 - 854-7841 & ' ■ .. 1 G y m k h a n a Saturday There will be an S and W gymkhana at the Washington coaunty fair­ grounds this Saturday, August 30, at 7 p.m. There is an entry fee, and admission will be charged. _ Each horse may be ridden by only one rider per event. There are twelve events planned. Refreshments will be available, provided by Pete's Goody Barn of Argyle. GREENWICH JOURNAL Thursday^August 28,1975 SALEM PRESS - Page 13 C o o n $ C a t C l u b I was informed that the practice- hunt they had planned for this past Saturday night was not very much of a success. ' There were only four hunters which showed up and they were Ron Deck­ er, Skip Pratt, George Beagle and of course old faithful Oscar Greeno. Guess this is going to be a short one this week as there isn’t much to report with the exception of our U.K.C. night hunt that will be held on September 6. There will be a spaghetti supper at the club house that night and a breakfast put on for the hunters by some of our women members. Hope to see all you coon hunters there.. Til next week. Ringtail Greeno Carole McMurray presents a plaque to Jim Flynn, sponsor of the championship minor league girls’ softball team. June Lewis of the girls’ major league has presented a plaque to RonWinchell, sponsor of the champion softballers in that league. On the girls’ softball scene we offer our con­ gratulations on a job well done, as in the past, to Carole McMurray and June Lewis who handle the girls’ league without much fanfare. These two girls developed some real good players as our girls' varsity record will attest for the last few seasons. On girls’ Miss Softball America, I was pulling for dambridge to get by Saratoga for the right to compete in the national tourney in Florida but they were defeated 3 to 2 in a thriller. Saratoga won two of three from Cam­ bridge for the title. Greenwich missed the boat on this Miss Softball America. We had the talent but no one to ¡organize itniphiB is where a sports association would come in and lay the foundation for a program like this and others. Here’s hoping somebody will do something. In the Stillwater softball tourney last week end Greenwich defeated Ac­ tion Lanes of Albany on Saturday and the rest of the tourney was called off because of rain on Sun­ day. The games were held on the Legion field in Stillwater. Dave Patrick, a June graduate of Greenwich high and a four sport stand-out, has enrolled at the University of Penn­ sylvania and has the following address: Dave Patrick, 02-38-A Fitler, 3700 Spruce street, Phil­ adelphia, Pa. 19174. Bowling season is com­ ing on and Windy has plenty of openings for all leagues. Give him a call if you’d like to bowl this winter and he'll find a team for you. Jumping Joe Filer en­ rolls at Siena this week to study accounting, but knowing Joe he’ll be involved in sports down there in some capacity. The word world was missing from the Little League series this year and national sources say the series took a back seat to a lot of other activities. Could it be a bad decision was made in Williams­ port, Pa. last year? I figure it was and that to be the best you have to play > the best. This past Sunday the Greenwich VFW gave a T h r e e G C S a t h l e t e s h o n o r e d b y m a g a z i n e Michael Elliot Mesick, R. Jefferson Pratt, and Bruce Jordan of Green-ri wich have been selected as Prep Track and Field Athletes of the Year for 1975, as announced by the editors of Coach and Athlete magazine and their coaches. Nominations for Track and Field Athletes of the Year were made earlier this spring by track and field coaches from‘across the nation. They were invited to nominate the top athletes from their teams. Criteria by which these !track and field athletes were nominated include athletic ability, including statistics and overall per­ formance, sportsmanship and personal leadership displayed during the cur­ rent season. To be elibible for the program, the athletes must be members of their high school track and field teams. Sponsored by Coach and Athlete magazine. Athletes of the Year is an annual honor roll paying tribute to the more than 900,000 track and field athletes all across the Ik7.- I m e w & CUB lAWf BETTER HAVE YOUR WHEEL ALIGNMENT CHECKED AND PREVENT EXPENSIVE TIRE WEAR H U N T E ft L IT E - A - L IN E E Q U IP M E N T ! Evin liii b«it driven lèrop» a curb new » «nd thin. -,. mayb» you havo tool It dotsn't !alwayi taki a r«at hard ¡oil la misalign whitli «itvugh ft- cauir unn««**aiy, «aiti? <iiïcujIto» mlfiiiflè Ir» Half* Voii'll «nit^ dtlvlfid mar*,' taal Why chaW* II» Final tennis matches slated for. week end - If A D D I C T*XACO SERVICE IV A K r 3 & body shop 200 MAIN OTUMT *9273*6 . 0R1ENWICH The quarter, semi-finals and finals of the annual Labor .day tournament of the Cambridge Racquet club will be held this week end on the courts at the Mary McClellan hospital. Spectators are invited to the matches. Pairings were posted at the courts for preliminary play which has been going on this week and will continue today and tomorrow. Quarter final matches of both men’s and mixed doubles will be played all day Saturday. Mixed doubles semi-finals are scheduled for 9:30 a.m. and 11„ a.m. Sunday, Augustf3l. Men’s doubles sfemi-final matches will be played Sunday at 3 p.m.’ and 5 p.m. On Labor day, the mixed doubles finals are scheduled for 12:30 p.m. The men’s doubles finals will be played at 5 p.m. Consolation third place matches of both tournaments will be played at 3 p.m. unless a player is scheduled to play m both matches. Then the mixed consolation will be played at 10:30 a.m, prior to the mixed final. The Huron Indians had men who preached tt> fish and per­ suaded them to come and be caught. picnic for their girls’ and boys’ teams. The VFW Babe Ruthers, the VFW •little league boys and the VFW auxiliary minors, coached by Peggy Fifield and June Lewis, enjoyed their day at the VFW. They thank the post. Don't forget the softball tourney this week end at the high school field. It's back to school next week and here’s wishing everybody the best. Good luck in '75-’76. See you next week. BEAR ARCHERY CONSUMER CLINIC F E A T U R I N G D I C K C I U K N.Y.S. Archery Champ SAT., AUG. 3 0 , 1 0 A .M . - 6 P .M . BRING YOUR OWN BOW & SHOOT WITH THE CHAMP 1 DAY SPECIAL BEAR HUNTER BOW List Reg. Spec. 138.95 112.50 93.46 75-76 Hunting & Fishing Licenses Are In BATTEfyKILL SUPPLY CO. MAIM ST. SALEM, N. Y. 854-3055 T h e G o o d N e w s from CRISTALDI , I N C . CHRYSLER Vlymoutñ AUTMCMZf D OEALfft S 9 CHRYSLER Mtrraw cowoMiKw nation. Because track and field is such an indi­ vidualized sport, many fine athletes’ efforts are gone unnoticed by the school and community. The purpose of the pro­ gram is to encourage these young track and field athletes by recog­ nizing their individual performances that help contribute to team victory. 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