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J' J GREENWICH JOURNAi S Ä M 'P ^ S S - Thursday, ^ « e ö f e e f H% f f lß Last year’s Section Two D-E class teaitt champions. Frontrow.leftto right. Coach Poplaski, Art ColdweU, Coach Fronhofer, Clark Mattlson, Scott Sherman, Tipi Cary. Back row, Kelly McKeighan, Pete Dunliain, Dan Baxter, Alan Wilson, Bob little, Mike Markham. The 1975-76 wrestling season will begin on December 4, with the Salem Generals hosting Mt. Anthony in the Salem gym at 6 p.m. The Generals will be out to match or improve their 1974-75 record of 11-3-1 dual meet record and first place finish in the D-E sectionals. This year’s squad returns eight place finishers from last year’s sectional championship team. Seniors on this year’s squad are Kelly Mc­ Keighan, Bob Little, Ron Wescott, Seth Pitts, Pete Dunham, and Mel Cuevas. All will see varsity action this year. Juniors on the squad are Clark Mattison, /dan Wil­ son, Dan Baxter, Scott Sherman, John Waite, Dave Linendoll, Vince White, Jim Flint, Bruce Hamilton, Tim Granger. Sophomores include Tim Cary, Scott Eastman, Eric Girls are l a n d 1 volleyball in ■ rûi m • • • • • We w ill Kirchner, Robbin Slater, Randy Wirkki. Freshman wrestlers this year are Mark Johnson, Andy Kejrs, Rick McMurray, DougLourie, Greg Keyes, Don Watkins, Mike Cas­ sidy, and Joe Waite. This year’s scheduled opener features la Mt. Anthony • squad which Salem defeated last year 3548. The Jayvee match will start at 6:00 p.m. with the varsity to follow. In league action, Hoo- sick Palls is the defending champion. They have Won the league title all but two years since the existence of the Washington county leagiie wrestling program.' They will receive strong competition this year from Salem and Stillwater. Sehuylerville, Tamarac, and Cambridge are re­ building this\ year. Key matches for this year include Glens Falls, Whitehall, Shaker, Hoo- sick Falls, Hudson Falls, and Stillwater. The 1975-76 schedule is listed below. 12-4, Mt. Anthony, H 12-10, Glens Falls, A 12-13, Voorlieesville- Whitehall, double dual, H 12-17, Shaker, A 12-20, Burnt Hills, H 12-27, Queensbury toumy 1-8, Berlin, H 1-15, Tamarac, H * 1-17, Hudson Falls, H 1-22, Hoosick Falls, A 1-28, South Glens Falls H 1-31, Cambridge-Scfauy- lerville dou ble dual, A 2-5, Stillwater, H 2-11, Corinth, A 2-14, JV tonrny at Tamarac 2-21, W.C.L. Toumy at Salem 2-27-28, Sec. 2 Class Tourny, Fulton Montgomery Comm. College 3»6, Sec. 2 Finals Queensburg 3-12-13, State Intersec­ tionals at Syracuse Girls volleyball has started at Argyle central school. Last week, the girls hosted two schools! Watrensburg and North Warren. The Argyle team lost to Warreasburg, but defeated North Warren. The JV team won, 15*2 and 15*0, with Debbie Young as high scorer with 11 points, Jean McEach- • ron had seven. The varsity team also won, 15-12 and 15-5. Cathy LaPolt was high scorer with 9 points. The girls’ next game will be &n Monday, December 1 hosting Lake George, and Wednesday, December 3 at Johnsburg; game time 4 p.m. The boys basketball season is now underway. The first home game will be Friday, December 5, game time 6:45, hosting Warrensburg. Parents and young skiers interested In Wil­ lard Mountain's training program are. invited to meet at Willard Mountain Ski area this Sunday afternoon, November 30 at 2 p.m. The session will ac­ quaint. parents, with the competitive racing and freestyle programs and Willard's n6w season-long leam-fp-ski program, the Star program. Before the meeting, C.B. Vaughn, famous ski wear man­ ufacturer, will display 'his complete line of com­ petitive ski wear for the racer and freestyler. He will take orders for those requiring special clothing. Sara Idleman, director ofWiUa&Pdl will answer any questions about that program. Not only «nk beginners, but those who have already learned how to ski will find opportunities to im­ prover tf&ir abilities in the program. § t \ V/ \ % ' C a m b r i d g e ’ 6 9 a n d ’ 7 5 j _ Ì . a n e 8 c h a m p i o n s % Church « * Mixed Social Friday Geins Teams , B&W’s TheMets Misfits OldStation Inn Alley Cats L&S’s Kiwi’s K & B ’s . • Just 4 Funzs The Stingers Flintstones . TheSlammers Yankees , Odd Couples Farmers Fouf Excuses Singles-Triples— Steve Duket Bill Burns Lyle Wilkinson Bud Blanchtield Jerry St. Clair Buzz Spiezio George Beck Ed Clark Fred Hunt Sherm DeRagon Lloyd LaMora Dan Brophy Mona Perkins Mary Brophy Sally Tefft Lillian Hakala Anne Ives Helen Billings í. Won ’ Lost 321 ‘ 16 30 30 29 l i ­ li 1 1 . 24 18 18 19 21 21 21 24 23% 24% 23 25 2PA.%2 % 20 *'28 20 19 14 13 28 29 30 35 199 584 217 577 208 572 211 566 203 559 192 555 233 534 1% ,527 191 524 190 515 184 514 186 505 201 524 195 500 179 496 168 466 172 169 Teams f Jades Opals Sapphires Peridots Pearls Rubies Diamonds Onyx Singles-Triples- Chris Bain Joyce Wood Connie. Green Linda Harvey Doris Billings Marie Salley Barbara Dewey Helen DeFoe Doris Hakala Rosemary Beck Susan Perry Carole Phinney Marie Gregory Splits: Helen DeFoe 4-7-10 Joyce Wood 5-7 Evelyn Weils Doris Hakala 5-6 Connie Green 3-7-10 Barbara Dewey 4-9 Won Lost 32 16 29 19 25 23 25 23 IV A 26Vj 21 27 20 28 18% 29 V 2 230 521 174 485 192 481 181 480 192 468 201 466 163 456 171 441 175 422 169 420 . 153 409 406 155 5-10 Semi-Classic National W i l l a r d t o i n t r o d u c e ^ \ V -** ' I I ^ * / M s k i p r o | Both Mike Annett and Skip Windemiller, respec­ tive directors of Willard’s racing and freestyle pro­ grams, will also be on hand along with oilier coaches associated with Willard. Following the meeting, several outstanding ski films will b e shown. The folks a t Willard would like to* emphasize that all interestedskiers and their parents are invited to attend the in&etihg to lefirn about Willard’s pro­ grams for a ll young skiers. Teams Won Lost Ashleys Service 32 16 1776’s 30 18 Lippy’s Bar & Grille 30 18 The Theater 29 Va 18% Falles 26 22 Donohue's Pharmacy 26 22 Oasis 24 _ J 4 Elks #2223 24 ‘ '24 Misfits 23 25w Old Station Inn 22% 25% Roe’s Bowl 22 26 Smith's Sunoco 21 27 Chambers & Sons 14 34 Unknowns Sfegies-Triples— 12 36 Ralph Perkins • • 219 609 Gene Wright 243 586 Neal Rea 213 . f t Ernie Weir 247 Tun Boyce 219 572 Bill Carey ,202 57t B81 Fryer 202 568 Guy Moy 224 549 Joe Petrklla 193 548 Mik^tasek / Ì89 S # Bruce Pearson 199 547* Dan O'Connor 202 54® Dana Watson 205 539: Jetry Qough 2Ò9 535 Kevin Baird 198 535 Jeff Lauder 189 534- Bob Henderson 196 S33. Dave Faile 204 528 Pete Brophy 193 524 Mac Farrell 180 520 Nap Irish 192 520 John Wilbur 202 512 Steve Karp 187 507 Glertn Decker 180 506 Charles Bailey 187 502 Joe Ruff 213 Sam Samson 210 - Ed Lopez 206 . Bill Clary 192 Teams Won Lost Roe's Bowl 27% 16% Mesicks 25 19 Snell's 22% 21% S & S Dairy Karp’s Texaco 21 Vi 22% 20% 23% Bob's Shell 15 29 Stagles-Ttiples— Bin Roe Sr. 265 831 Buzz Spiezio 214 763 Tony Aulidno 209 763 Mike Lasek *<224 757 7‘Joefetndia ' Bill Falle 200 -7 5 Î 725 Tim Boyce 234 722 Tom Boyce 219 George Bonenfant 201 Industrial Teams H&V M3dd!eltals#2 Hudson Seiferts Auction Battenkill Ftshcreck R & G Middle Falls#! Maguires Sliigks-Triples— L. Brockway C. Youmans T. Guile B. Tobin D. Biggie N- Fryer D. Gillis F. Conley B.Deel H. Clark B. McLean 204 211 204 567 211 546 538 525 519 518 511 511 203 S10 217 508 202 Moonlite League t o o p e n s e a s o n T u e s d a y ; NEED 6AS? ? THURSDAY, for THANKSGIVING • • • • • and B O D Y S H O P : ywfewwtch The Salem Generals open their 1975-76 bas­ ketball season Tuesday when;.they entertain non- league .opponent Hart­ ford. Thé Jïyvee game is slated to .¡start ât 4:30 followéd by the Varsity. The Varsity squad is Sehuylerville and Green­ wich will all field very bijg teams £nd experienced teams at Valley and Hoosick Falls will leave the league with the best balance in years. The jayvee squad, un­ der VetSran mentor Jack / made up of seniors Tom Barber, is made up of the/ •*. ^ C ä |i » ^ o , ^ W ^ n e La- following bóys: Tont BòÉfeàid* % d Dave Al­ brecht. Juniors T.J. Dur-* kin, Doug Barber, Clark àaïîslïtiry;, .Bill Felm ly, Mike Rtlstin, Steve Waite and Greg Perkins. C a p u a n o , D u r k i n , W aite and Baïber have varsity experience while th e rest have played jayvee. M isstogfrpmthe lineup th |^ |^ à |j d ù è tû gíMtía-» tiónMeSolbJàckson, Rick C ä m Ä p , Sfèvë Abrams, Yilëh and Leigh Stöufe, Jeff Ttomblee/ Aimé Campöejr^Don Al- ; brecht, Keith Conrad, Roger Rehn,, Jeff Randall, Pete Hart-%- Cleveland,f _ sfeenas to be the Generals strongpoint this year; however, inexper- iénée must be overcome ,&¡aa ■ C acé again, the Wash­ ington çounty league looks tfr v| ^ tììtìgh» ï&naiaç, ney, fiitt ' Sha#} Benn^ Fran J8urg&sS, $bhn Bent-f/ ley, Brian Mahoney, Joni Behn arid Burt Morris. The schedule for the!» season is as follows: . _ r) ; H ^ ’ 12-9, Hoosick Falls, Ai ? 12-12, Cambridge, H ; 12-lf, Spl^ater, A 12-19, Greenwich, H '• M , ; p i p f c ^ e y , H • l-S/^marac H*!: ] l-l6, Schuylerville A l-ll, Hartford, A t W He^ick Ffills, H 1-30, Cambridge, k 2-6, Stillwater, H 243, Greeriwieh, A 2-20, |(<s6& Valley, A- 2-24, Tamarac, A V p finii f 'iutÜàk^AtL^L- f • ocnwfi - of tiúÉIIV Dwiléd'' •00WÖTMM«dtor Wednesday Nite W o m e n 29% l&’A 25 23 - 25 23 22 26 21 27 20W 25% 16 32 T e n n •. Won Loct WllborKd, Boozers 32 23 Easton Trio 31 24 Bunker Hill Gang 27 28 Jackson 3 20 35 Singles-Fotfr Gum«— Tciny Millie 200 735 John Rymph 696 Lloyd Tiionias 666 Richard Gaughan 661 i. ’.viwSiuSa’i ÜriàiŒm» . aVOiluQ *» i < S > Supply Center (Ííitt 40 lÉiiW CìiHjlwlèll .~n .•* (»2211 :V\ Teams Won Lost Bemie’s Gr; Inn 39 9 East End Market 35 13 Smith’s Sunbco 32 16 Gr. Vol. Fire Bept. 31 17 Schuyler Belles 31 17 Snell’s Pools 25 23 Green. Variety 23 25 Fantastics 23 25 The Oasis 21 27 Alley Cats 21 27 leftovers 17 31 E-z Marks 14% 33% Home Sawings Bank 13'/ j 34% Lots of Luck 10 38 Singles-Triples— Doris Hakala 208 544 Nicole Auliclno 182 525 Barb Pechtel 191 515 Lillian Hakala 190 508 Janice Harsha 190 505 Fran Charron 179 500 Betty Hockford 187 49Ö Nancy Mattlce 183 489 J. Blair ■ 169 467 Evelyn Weils 161 464 Marie Herrick 168 461 Mona Perkins 163 461 Mona Perkins 163 450 Chris Bain 158 450 Albina DeFabio 179 Ellen Carrolan 176 Roma Colby 168 EmBy Snell 168 Jdan SneQ 166 Karen Ramsden 161 Mary Adamson 157 Ruth Stewart 156 Suhurban Tesáis Attteht=Faia%- F.N.B.of G.F. Bajt. Bombers Am. Legion Kirp’s Texaco Blodgetts Trasb Eastern Maguires Ag. Feed V.F.W. Morehouse Blodgetts Osad Fm Grand Union Sehuylcr Farms Cossayunca TliotnpsoBs Sup. Slu^fei-rriple*— B. Fryer G. Beck D. Burns 0. Hughes F.Conkey A. Ehicliamie C. DeFoe 8. Myers J. Rea H. Karp W. Brownell E, MeMcmls C. Youmans 5. Starlerl E. Arthuj- A. Garro w B. Thompson tt. Petteys A. Morrison M. Wescott J. Dwyer 6. Coîdvrell P. Burek G. S t. Clair C. Peclitel A. Lortgo D. PÍMnreéy Won Lost H 33 15 32% 15% 29 19 29 19 26 22 25 23 25 23 22 26 21 27 20% 27%- 1. 19 29 18 30 17% 30% 16% 31% 16 32 233 208 203 200 221 208 221 214 207 202 213 200 224 210 592 587 579 573 571 571 569 564 563 557 554 551 535 531 531 529 520 519 517 516 511 506 501 500 500 500 Teams Won Lost East Greenwich 31 9 Salem. 24 16 Stump Church 24 16 ^Baptist 18 22 White Creek 16 24 Methodist 16 24 St. Patricks 14 . 26 West Hebron 8 32 Stump Church 810 2399 Salem 828 2323 Singles-Triples— Eldridge Rouse 242 623 CarlWulff 194 542 Dick Wulff 190 540 Ralph Keys 224 535 Loris Brownell 198 524 BillChesbro 184 515 Glen McLenithan 190 518 Jack Wheeldon 192 515 Edward Rouse 194 508 Bob Chambers- 179 505 Robert Hart 192 Jim Nolan 190 Carl Thomas 187 Maurice Taber 186 Lenny Austin 180 Women Hotel Camb. 43 1 Get Togethers 32 12 Alley Oops 26% 17% Spectacles 24% 19% 4 + 2 Babes 23 21 Gypsies 22 22 Great Expectations 22 22 Fumbling Fools 21 23 Four Clovers 21 23 Anonymous 21 23 Late Starters 18 26 Forget Me Nots 13 31 Sandbagers 11 33 Rolling Pins 10 34 Hotel Camb. 645 1776 Get Togethers 588 1601 Tina Falco 179 501 Lois Brown 176 473 Linda Decker 169 469 Jean Roy 168 * Cecelia Decker 165 Judy Dupuis 162 • National Team* Won Loit Messinas Mobil 29% 14% Hot Heads 27 17 Top Hat #2 26% 17% P&B Const. 24 30 Rolaids 23 21 Mavericks 18 26 . Jam a k lnW p tesi • *15* -2 9 W a t f l r i s M Ä f ’y*i3tl% .4l Hot Heads 820 2395 Top H at #2 815 2347 Watkins Electric 822 2324 Rolaids 784 2303 Mavericks 801 2302 Richard Randles 227 581 GaryRainstrom 211 S65 Bruce Baker 198 509 Albert WoodeB 190 506 International Teams Won Lott Camb. Recreation 38 6 Screw Balls .26 18 Top Hat 25 19 4Mc’s& C 22% 21 Vt t o The 196§ Champiohshiif basketball team of Greeny wich' high will meet ti# 1975 champs in a special game to be played Friday November at T|30p,g^ ^ $ at the high school gyjffl«- The Greenwich varsijt® club,is sponsoring the’ game. *i Featured players of tfie, ’69 team will be Jim Perkins, Doug Bain, Seqt<r Snyder, Bill Smith Ernie Weir. Tie '75 team, ( will include Don Moretj » house, Carl Mullen, Pet^.- ' Wilbur and Dave Patrick, s o o o o e o g ooooo^?' j ; T o d a y I s r. -i S o m e o n e ’ s B i r t h d a y o r W e d d i n g A n n i v e r s a r y P m. S E N D A C A R D » i People to Be Rememhered Next Week Inclade the ^ Followingi J:. ' B i r t h d a y s Camb. Val. Livestock 21 23 Gusto Gang Half Wits Fedlers Camb. Rec. Top Hat GusteGang H. Donisthrope Mike Vogel Richard Bentley Robert McDonald FrankFoiiolec 19 25 16% 27 8 36 809 2382 846 2365 798 2350 213 581 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30 Joyce M . Brown, Sharon- Erbe, Harriet Bowkind, Ear}' Skiff, Bonnie J o Woodward,, Tosh Iko Peltier, Robert Hr, Reid, Ronald Edwarii- Aldrich MONDAY, DECEMBER 1 - f Reese E . Wall, Walter H C cw kt Jr., Charles McCarf;' Eva Vaxllne Manney TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2 W lllia« S im p , Becky SMltB, Beatrice Baiq, C h a r i» Hutchens J r . / Barbara Rlchaadio«», Haro^l. ^Bcker, Sally Getty, Mary . . /E a n a i Cafflpfecli, Barlnira GaniKm WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3 — Jadlft- Skellle, Rlciiard Nessle, ^ Marias PeltQrs ™ THURSDAY, OICEB1BER 4 — Elva S. LaBonfie, Gloria Skiff, Shelia S). Hagbe* SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6 — Mtry Cum ron, Nnatan- Deyoe, Willard Bain A n n i v e r s a r i e s SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 30 fur M r. and Mrt.** 1to*ar<g a Brown ' WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3 — Mr. ag4. Mrs. Robert Hendersba j | THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4 — Mr. i n i MEn. Fred Gravlln, Mr. and IV!m. JacjK Wbeeldoo .'j* SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6 — Mr. andf Mrs. Frank HoQman Jr. r . ¡w The Hughes Newsrooit}. Winchell’Sr Pharmacy,.. • Donohue's Pharmacy’ ■ Journal Stationers Sendiatbe BIRTHDAY and ANNIVEESAKY D ates,, of Your Family and Friends t We Want t » List Them. « \ *■. «a m 180 192 183 178 521 509 509 506 Please Mall a Card to Dept. BA, P.O. Box 185 Greenwich, N.Y. 12834 * * F.' • » • • • • I uThis pasi Rbe’s Bo eliminationf sHowTV toi have been reported lai Falato was the treme; gatne that h Tony was to tftfze from effort, but t this area wa aWard him of his choic were rather week end w guns showe Friday nig Lewis rollei series of 8i lead away Jim Lewis r game of i 11-12 to he On Satun the shootin earnest as maihe bowk with the a: game of 2 11-12. Ker had the lea 277 game ai ill. This se long enougl weeks cont Shiver to fin Mark lost ¡Mike Christ he will be ri] won the el Roe’s Bowl, Mark stai with a 215 g the lanes o: 2£?8. He cat with a fine 2 game and t 18-16. The: produced tei B a z a t i m e iigEigwaiteaaaagiiiaawgssBBaBii^^ > Visit Itte onRoute40 South fo r C a s u a l W « a f , W e s t e r n , W e t U r n S q u a r e D a n e « . GENUINE LEATHER PURSES; WALLETS; A L L AT P O P U L A R PRICES PEN : s. 9 to 9 S e v « n D a y s a W « e k U n t i l C h r i s t m a s •»■At a recei the United Women of ! time of th bazaar was < 1:30 tolp.ni hour remaini The folloi ments were made article mond Lathri Samuel Hart Mrs. Cliffor Mrs. Geral white elepha erett Stromb . fliffiore Gus day SchoOl Barbara Ro rjefreshme Uharles Gfld John Doane. I I ’lffou à ¡¡fei, %>.*£■ V

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