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North Westchester Times, Mh Kisco, N. Y., July 31, 1958 NWLL Starts Reach County Finals By Winning 3 Shutouts Manager Al Ryerson Jr. piloted j his Northern Westchester Little League All Stars to a district championship for the second year in a row last week and headed his hustling young club into West Chester County playoff finals set]four for July 29 at Eastchester. Ryerson 's team swept through District 19 tourney play via the shutout route, leading off with an opening round 1-0 win over Hast­ ings on the losers' field on July 24 and following it with a 2-0 decis­ ion over Eastchester Nationals the next day at Eastchester in semi-final round competition. Ryerson. who piloted Bedford Hills Legion to the 1957 NWLL championship and has this year's Legion team in title playoffs, brought his All Stars to Bedford Hills for the district finals. They romped 10-0 over Ossimng Nation­ als in that game, clinched the Dis­ trict 19 title and earned the right to meet New Rochelle District 20 champions, for the Westchester championship this week. NWLL got excellent pitching in romping through its first three tournament games; Dave James was credited with two well pitched games. He held Ossimng to two hits in the final round after having hurled a one-hitter two days earlier in the opener. He saw his no -hit chance evaporate in the fourth inning when rival pitch­ er Jimmy O'Mara bingled. Bob Vuotto pitched the July 25 shutout and limited Eastchester to three hits. County Has 2 Softball Tournaments Two widely diversified types of Softball tournament play were on tap in the county this week and will continue through the coming week under the supervision of the Westchester County Recreation Commission. The Mount Vernon Recreation Commission will join the county agency in sponsoring the 19th an­ nual Westchester County Invita­ tion Softball Tournament which gets underway on Aug. 2 at Hutch­ inson Field in Mount Vernon and continues on Aug. 2. 9 and 10. The invitational event follows closely on the heels of the coun­ ty's first annual slow pitch soft- ball tournament, an innovation that was scheduled to take place this week at Hunter Field in Ar- monk. That community's slow pitch league will be host for the tourney and Donald Richer of Val­ halla is the director. He is county commissioner for the Amateur Softball Association of America. Slow pitch Softball is exactly what the name implies and it is the type of game played when softball was first introduced in this area prior to World War Two. The slow pitch game is making a strong comeback after having been crowded off ball fields by younger and more talented play­ ers; Bedford Hills, Armonk and New Castle have entered teams in the 22-team slow -pitch event which is slated to end on Aug. 3. one day after the county in­ vitational tournament gets into motion. Game-time for the slow pitch finals is 5-30 p.m. Saturday bookings are set for 10 a.m. and Sunday games for 12:30 p.m. Game time tomorrow (Friday) is 6 p.m. Northern Westchester didn't demonstrate the real power it packs in its bats until the final round when Bob Michaelovich in­ cluded a double in his three-for four stint; Vuotto had a two-for- day and both hits were dou­ bles. Dick Romanowicz and Geroge Minotti also numbered two baggers among their team's 13 hits. Homer Wins Game Northern Westchester got six hits against Eastchester and Vuotto was credited with two of them. There were no extra basers. NWLL was held to five blows in the opener and the big one was Romanowicz's fourth inning game winning homer. Pacers Drub Tail-Enders In Kisco Loop First and last ranking teams met in a Mount Kisco Softball league contest on July 23 and the outcome was pretty much as anti­ cipated as pacesetting Kisco Gulf clubbed winless Suburban Gass in­ to submission by a 17-5 count. It was the ninth win in 10 games for the Gulfers and they used an even dozen hits to get it. Leadoff batter Mert Gatto tripled in the second and doubled in the sixth; Gene Adams hit for two bases in the fourth and Tim Barrett tripled in the fifth as Gulf had its second six-run frame three innings earlier. Suburban settled for six hits in­ cluding catcher Ed. Ford's two out, bases empty homer in the third inning. Suburban made the most of two walks and two hits to get three runs in the fifth and they tapered off with one in the seventh when two more walks and a single set up their final tally. Boxscores: KISCO GULF AB R H M Gatto If 4 3 2 Carauello c 4 1 0 R'kvvood ss 2 3 1 T St'rl'ng p 5 2 1 Appedl lb 2 1 1 Corso rf 4 3 2 Adams 2b 4 1 2 Bar'ett cf 4 3 2 Vir'u'so rf 4 0 1 33 17 12 Score by innings: Gulf Suburban SUBURBAN BleardI p E. Ford c P'quale 3b Ro'tb'on.lf Mol'ro ss Spaight 2b Ch'pl'n cf Morey cf Herlihy rf F Gatto rf A'erson lb AB R H 27 5 6 161 360 0—17 001 030 1— 5 Woodward Clubs Homer, Wins 7 Hitter Pitcher \Rip\ Woodward hurled «even_hit ball and uncorked a three-run sixth inning homer on July 25 to pace second ranking Daum's Sportsmen to a 14-7 tri­ umph over Herz& Keene in Mount Kisco Softball League combat The victory, Sportsmen's eighth in 10 games, kept them with in a length of top place Kisco Gulf Woodward's fence-buster was the second home run Daums included in a 15 hit barrage; Herb Stein hauser converted a long blast to left field and an outfield error into a round tripper in the third. John Klegg had a three-for-five day and a double to lead the winners. Mike Repp's two-for-four was tops on the other club. He, too, got a two bagger, Daums bunched five runs in the first three innings and used five hits to get them; they piled on eight more runs in the fourth and sixth, needing only a walk, error and the Ripper's homer to tally three times in the sixth. Wood ward, himself, was in trouble in the previous frame when Herz & Keene parlayed four hits and a walk into three runs. \Rip\ got them back personally in the frame that followed. Boxscores: DAUMS Gerner Auld ss Stia'ser 3b Klegg 2b Daley c Kelly lb Dietrich rf Omme rf O'Boyle If Wood'rd p AB R H cf 3 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 1 2 HERZ & KEENE AB R H A CaiHey ss 3 R.Cau'ey p 4 Keene cf 4 Repp 2b 4 D.Keene lb 4 Ster'ng c 2 B'rh'rt c 1 Huges If 3 LHlis 3b 3 Burt rf 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 37 14 15 Score by innings. Daums Herz & Keene 30 7 122 503 1—14 101 130 1— AHEAD ON SEWER BRIAR CLIFF MANOR-Work is about 25 per cent complete and a little ahead of schedule on the Saw Mill River Sanitary Sewer Distric involving the Briarcliff Manor Pocantico Hills enlargement proj ect contractors report today. The job includes erection of a pump ing station on Route 9A, about half-mile north of Bedford Rd., and the laying of mains to connect with the main Saw Mill River distrjc line. WITH THE recent Westches­ ter County BRL all-star play­ offs behind them, these Mount Kisco Babe Ruth Leaguers - the cream of the village crop- are now being groomed for next month's annual invitational Bridgeport City BRL tourna­ ment — an event that has drawn a Mount Kisco entry for the past two years. Mount Kisco BRL All Stars, piloted by Roy Salmon, lost in the opening round of the County playoffs but had the satisfaction of knowing it took the best team in West­ chester to stop them. They were defeated by Taconic Leaguers— an outfit that went on to win the County championship by trimming Northern Westchester One—defending County and state title holder. The Mount Kisco all-star troupe included - front row, left to right: Bill Haley, Steve Marrano, John Barlok, Bill Lena, Lou LaRegina, Roger Ohlandt. Middle row, left to right—Ewe Bagnato, Nick Sca- la, \Butch\ Amuso, Bob La­ Regina, Bob Zehnder, Vinnie Chiappinelli. Last row — left to right — LeRoy Salmon, mana­ ger; John Pyne, coach; Sean Sgrulletta, Stan Koloski, Joe Wray, Dom Nappi, Rickey Peck, Barry Nelligan, coach — D.B. Kirchhoff Photo. Daums In Tie For 2d After 5-2 Victory The Northern Westchester Lit tie League championship will be at stake today (July 31) when Bed- brd Hills Fire Department and Bedford Hills Legion collide at 6:30 p.m. in a one-game title- clinching playoff. The game will be played at Bedford Hills Me­ morial Park which has served as home grounds for both pennant prospects. Manager Al Ryerson, who has piloted Legion to two successive championships, has turned out teams that have won 53 games while losing only four over a hree-year span. He will put his baseball mizardy against that of BHFD manager Fred Carlson to­ day. Carlson brought the firemen j out of the third place niche they occupied in the first round to! sweep 10 second round decisions and match Legion's 10 won, none ost mark. Legion got their 17th and 18th wins of the season by beating Bedford Village twice during the \ast week of the season. Bob Vuot- hurled a four-hitter to beat the Bedford Club 4-1 at Bedford Village and Jeff Brown spun a six hitter as the Legion won 17-4 on their own field. The winners piled up 17 hits and Vuotto went four 'or four while doing the catching. by C.J. D aunt/ Daum's Sportsmen advanced to a second place tie with Henry 1 Ann's in Mount Kisco Softball League standings last week after beating that team by a 5-2 count on July 24 in a well pitched game. The victory, Daums' seventh in As we go into the last week of nine games, left them and Henry illy, fishing seems to be picking & Ann's one length behind Kisco up rather than diminishing as is Gulf who had an eight won, one usually the case. lost record at week's end. Continuing high water levels in Sportsmen, who needed only most areas coupled with lower eight men to trip Shell Gas a water temperatures are probably week earlier, got fine pitching the answer. Bass are noticeably from John Klegg as they posted more active these last few days their second triumph in as many and perch are still cooperating second round games. He silenced much better than normal for this Henry & Ann's big bats with a season. two hitter, both blows coming in On these last, the favorite is the the sixth inning when the losers old spinner and worm method, got their runs; there were two out Worms again probably because of and one on board when husky he high water and late season are Harry McNulla slammed a two he most available food and for bagger that scored Dick Fitzger- that reason the preferred food of aid and cost Klegg a no-hit shut- moment, out. Bob Gibson followed with a The usual hatches of small fry single that chased McNulla across are later this year and consequent- fc u t the catcher never got- beyond * are not providing the usual but the catcher never got beyond seasonal food supply. first a s Klegg retired the next Our usual fly hatches are also f ou r men i n a roW- much later than usual and un- Frank Fetzer, losing hurler, d ? u ^!?.y a J e ..^ fe f^ the^ action pitchec j fi ve hit bait and two of those blows came in the last in- HENRY & ANN'S 2 AB R H Crandall 3b 2 0 Fitzg'ld 3b McNulla If Gibson cf Anderson c Mattonl ss Arena 2b Stoorza rf Fetzer p 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 2 24 2 2 200 001 2—5 Bedford Hills L.L. Teams In Title Playoff Today Dick Romanowicz connected twice for the Legion and twth hits were horrte runs. Boxscores: LEGION 4 BED VIL. 1 AB R H AB R H Williams 2b 3 1 2 Gleason c 3 0 0 Ferguson c 3 0 0 Maher 3b 3 0 0 Rmwcz lb 2 0 0 Powell cf 3 0 0 Vuotto p 2 10 Ptrski p 3 11 King 3b 3 11 S'ndrm'n ss 3 0 1 Brown ss 3 11 Dudley lb 2 0 0 Smith, cf 2 0 1 Lambert if 2 0 0 R'th'fd If 2 0 0 Northrup 2b 2 0 0 L.Kck'm if 0 0 0 Roberts rf 1 O 0 B.Kckm rf 2 0 0 Walton rf 1 0 22 4 5 Score by Innings Legion Bedford Village _ BED VIL. 4 AB R H c 2 0 1 Gleason Maher 3b Powell cf P'tr'ski 2b S'ndrmn If Dudley lb Lambert rf OD'nhue ss Northr'p p 24 4 6 Score by Innings Bedford Village Legion . of many of our game fish The largest bass* taken this mnK past week was a five pound, four T,,,^,, „„. , , „ ounce largemouth caught by Mike iEll/w 0 \^^ Wardone from Lake Lincolndale. S^S? J ° e I mc £\ S ^ his fish could have been a prize- g£ for two runs in the first in. winner if it had been filled out mng ' 8 0t a ^ er , 1 \ t ? e , s ^ as it was twenty-two and one-half a , w ^ k Jack Daley's bingle inches long and had only a four- ™* tapered off with a two-run teen inch girth. In top condition £ nish > matching each run with a it could have gone at least a pound tut * heavier, which would have topped DAUMS (5> the big fish of the month so far. ABRH This is the five pound, fourteen ^ er - rf \ \ ounce largemouth taken by Ralph j Finch 2b * 4 Edwards Jr. in Lake Waccabuc. O'Boyle if 3 The last few fish were taken on Daley c 4 top water lures. Mike caught his ^?°£ v J e J 3b 2 on a Crazy Crawler, so perhaps Kelly ib 2 the fish are again working nearer Klegg p 3 the surface. 26 5 5 Last week, if you will remember Score by innings it was mostly deep-running lures Daums — that took fish. Henry & Ann Along with better activity in fresh water our salt water fisher- also been seen and taken fre men have also been seeing action, quently Plenty of tuna off Long Island Qne local ked b waters and large for school tuna _ _ , . , ,. ... at that. Sail fish and sharks have Frank Carnabuci and his father in-law Joe Bngugho had quite an 1 // exciting day last week with plenty nWLL Playoff of action for all on tuna and n , n shark, and we understand Joe had Postponed By a fine swordfish on for quite a All Skin* V^^nt while. Unfortunately they parted All oiar Cjvem company before Joe could boat A playoff for the Northern West- him. Chester Little League champion ship won't take place as scheduled on July 31, it was announced yes­ terday. Bedford Hills Legion and Bedford Hills Fire Department, first and second round winners re­ spectively, will battle it out for the title but NWLL All Stars alter ed the plans by progressing to the County championship finals set for July 29 Little League rules limit the number of times a pitcher can appear in games and because of that there is a confliction between the playoffs and all star tourney since the boys who will pitch in the all star event are also slated to work the playoff game. The playoff and other matters will be dicussed when NWLL managers meet on Aug, 6 at Bed* ford Hills School at 6:15 p.m. Digest Blows Early Lead, Loses 12-6 Henry & Ann's returned to the Mount Kisco Softball League win­ ning column last week and clumbed to within a half-game of the top after taking a 12-6 decis ion from Reader's Digest. The triumph, their seventh, of a once- beaten season, wasn't as easily gained as the final score indicates. The winners in fact, had to over­ come a four-run third inning de­ ficit that developed after Digest used four bases on balls, a hit batsman and a single by Bill Waterbury to hit the jackpot for five runs in the opening frame Henry & Ann's countered with a tally in the same inning and picked up another run in the third and two in the fifth before apply­ ing the clincher with eight big counters in the sixth. Four bases on balls and four singles did the trick as the winners went ahead to stay Outfielder Harry McNulla had a three-for-four day for the winners. Another outfielder, Digest's Bill Waterbury, got two of that team's five hits but credit for the longest blow went to teammate Frank Trembone whose second inning triple produced a run. Boxscores: Henry & Ann's(12) AB R H Crandall 3b 4 0 0 Man'peli cf 3 3 0 R.F'tz'd lb 4 2 2 Gibson c 3 2 2 McNulla if 4 1 3 Anderson p 2 1 1 Arena 2b 3 i 1 Mattoni ss 3 1 0 Stoorza rf 0 0 0 Fetzer rf 4 1 1 30 12 10 Score by innings: Henry & Ann's Digest Reader's Digest (6) AB R H Yozzo If 2 0 0 w W'trby rf 4 1 2 Tre'bone 3b 4 1 1 Foley cf-p 3 11 Bruno c 4 1 Vacirca lb 2 1 0 E Wtr'by p 2 1 1 Grossman ss 2 0 0 Erikson 2b 3 0 26 6 5 -101 028 0—12 -510 000 0— Team Eight Pin Champion The Cross Roads Mixed Four­ some Summer Bowling League came to an end this week with a string of position night matches but Tuesday's finale was only a \ormality. Team Eight took a title-clinching 0 V* point lead into closing night matches, thanks to a 3-1 win over Team Four on July 22; Team Three was in second place but could be passed by Team One this week. The latter had a safe grip on third position while Teams Five and Seven were deadlocked in fourth place. Team Three and Team Seven bowled to a 2-2 tie last week and Teams Two and Five alsp got a standoff. In other matches, Team Ten beat Team Eleven 3-1; Eight decisioned Four by that count and One and Twelve deadlocked 2-2 as did Six and Nine also tied. The next-to-last night of the sea­ son produced a 230 singleton by Ken MacPhee of Team Two, a 606 string by Bill Canero of Seven and women's highs of 178 and 480 by Margaret See of One. The title winning foursome in­ cluded Doug Anderson, Shirley Schneider, Queenie Cervoni and Diana Keene. Bowling with the runnerups were Jean Conway, her husband, Frank, league president, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ayers. Team Three was comprised of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Quinn and Mr. and Mrs. Fred See. Standings to July 29: KIS Spts Team Eight T2 s STANDINGS MRS. MCGHEE MEDALIST Mrs. Bruce McGhie of the Whip poorwill Club, Armonk, captured the medal in the 29th Women's oob 002 0—2 New York State golf championship, Big excitement I bet for a while boys, at any rate. We also hear that the mackerel are in. Its's really good fishing if you can hit a school. They are fine table size also. If you are fortunate enough get into a bunch of these scrap pers on light tackle you'll have the time of your life as well some fine meals. Now is the time, boys. It's what's UNDER the TICKING that has mads OSTERMOOR Sleep Famous America's Qualit MATTRESS since 1853 J. H. Crane & Son EAST MAIN ST., Mt. KISOO MOant Kisco 6-5572 23 1 4 • 000 400—4 000 001—1 LEGION 17 ABRH Williams ss 5 0 2 Ferguson cf 5 3 2 Rmnwcz lb 3 3 2 Vuotto c King 3b Brown p Smith rf Mc'rini 2b Cervoni 2b B.Kckhm If Bertkau rf L.Kckhm If 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 33 17 17 010 210— 4 620 27x—17 Auto Body 8-5 Winner In Comeback Auto Body, a two-game winner in seven first-round starts, con tinued it remarkable comeback in Mount Kisco Softball League by tripping Herz and Keene in an 8-5 struggle last week at Leonard Park. The triumph was Auto Body's fourth in-five second round contests and gave the team a six- won, six-lost record for the sea son. Auto Body distributed 10 hits among nine players with leadoff Dave Greenbaum going two for five to account for the -10th blow. Hertz and Keen also got 10 hits with Dick Causey, pitcher Ted Keen each connecting twice. Auto Body hopped off to a two run first inning lead and stayed in front until Herz & Keene tallied four times in the fourth. Auto Body regained command by a 5-4 count in the next inning and stayed ahead. Boxscores: Auto Body (8) ABRH Greenb'm c 5 1 2 Green rf 3 2 1 Cottle 2b 3 11 O'Keefe If 3 1 1 Scopol'ti b 3 2 1 Ch'p'neU ss 2 0 0 Lopez ss 2 0 1 Dllisie 3b 4 0 1 O'Conner cf 4 1 1 Buzzutto p 4 0 1 33 8 10 Score by Innings: Auto Body Herz & Keene New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., July 31, 1958 15 Scala, LaRegina. Win 1 Hitter In MKBRL By BILL GROVES The Diamonds registered their first Mount Kisco Babe Ruth League win of the season on Jury M as they beat Legion 3-2 and moved into a three-way tie for third place. Diamonds were aided by the fine pitching of Nick Scala who did not yield a hit or walk until the final inning. The game saw all the scoring confined to the final inning of play permitted by the fast approach­ ing darkness as first the Legion and then the Diamonds staged late rallies. Legion pitcher Roger Oh­ landt started the scoring in the sixth when with one out he singled for the initial hit off Scala. Oh­ landt then stole second and scored as Vinne Ziccolella's third strike eluded the catcher who then threw past first. Ziccolella scored as he stole second, went to third on a wild pitch and came in on an er­ ror. The Diamonds erased this margin in their half of the inning as Scala and Dom Nappi reached base on successive errors and both scored on Bobby Wray's second hit of the game. Wray scored on the same play when a throw to second went into centerfield. One-Hitter Clippers moved into the lead the following day in another well pitched game as they turned back Cross Roads 5-1, Louie LaRegina gained the win as he limited Crossroads to only one hit. Vinnie Chiappinelli was again the leading hitter for Clip­ pers as he continued his fine stick work with two hits in three appearances at the plate. The Clippers added single runs in the first, second, and fourth innings as they bunched a walk and a single in each of these in­ nings. The big inning for the Clippers was the sixth when Chiap­ pinelli singled and Jerry Taft hit his second home run in as many games. Crossroads scored their only run in the seventh inning when LaRegina walked three and hit a batter before retiring the side. The loss was particularly gal­ ling for Crossroads pitcher Sean Sgruletta who struck out seven­ teen hitters only to lose the game. Boxscores and standings: STANDINGS (To July 20) Herz * K«ene (5) ABRH Hughes If 4 10 RCauiey lb 3 1 T Sterling p 4 1 Repp, 2b 4 0 M*ssle cf 2 0 P Keene ef 2 0 LUlis 3b 3 0 A Causey 2 O Burtrf 2 0 O Keene e 2 1 Burkhart c 3 0 Rain Delayed MKLL's End Larry Lattanzi, president of Mount Kisco Little League, has called a special meeting of the board of directors for this evening at Mount Kisco Boy's Club and it will probably be the last time MKLL officials will meet before the close of the season. The purpose of the meeting, the president said, is to resched ule more than a half dozen Ameri­ can and National League contests postponed by bad weather. The schedule was particularly hard hit this year, Lattanzi said, and ar­ rangements must be made to set new dates for the rained-out book­ ings. The season was to have end ed on July 29 but postponements will extend it into early next month. Directors tonight will also set post-season awards dinner and the president will appoint committees to make arrangements for that event. Serving on the board of directors with the president are Bertrand Wray, vice president; Raymond Wall, treasurer and players agent; Doris Figa, secretary; Norman Gerber, umpire-in-chief; Samuel Figa, field chairman; Rev. Lee M. Fairchild and the managerial staff made up of Howard Taylor, Max Parsons, Roland E. Lyon, Ed. Harding, Jack Martin, Walt Fisher, Ed. Smith and John Lat­ tanzi. SO 4 10 , 200 123 -8 000 401 0—5 Team Eight Team Three . Team One Team Five Team Seven . Team Six Team Four Team Nine _ Team Ten Team Two _ Team Eleven Team Twelve 40 30% 23 22 22 20 19 19 18% 17% 15% 12 W. L. 4 13% 16 22 22 24 25 25 25% 26% 28% 32 Clippers Cross Roads Legion Diamonds Murphy Bros. W. 4 2 1 , 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 NOT LESS THAN $50 MOUNT VERNON — Comptrol­ ler Nicholas Yannantuono has been given blanket authority by the Mount Vernon Common Council to sell vacant barracks in the vet­ erans' housing projects on Sand- ford Blvd. and on E. 7th St here. Several offers have been received. Buyers will be required to demo­ lish the sfructures, and clear the areas, except for the concrete foundations. Yannantuono is to sell them at not less than $50 apiece. ADVERTISEMENT Fresh Shrimp for Salad or Cocktails Easy with Depot 9 s Peeled, Deveined There's nothing like really F r« s h Shrimp ... for Shrimp Salad, Shrimp Cocktails, or 'for hot Shrimp dishes. You can get Fresh-frozen Shrimp at low cost in White Plains at Seabergh's Freezer Owners Depot. It's per­ fectly cleaned Shrimp, too, al­ ready peeled and deveined. It is Shrimp so fresh and clean it cooks with no smell in the kitchen. Salad and Cooking Shrimp, already peel­ ed and deveined, are 98c lb. . « . 2%-lb block for $2.45. Jumbo Shrimp for Cocktails like you get for extra cost at fancy restaurants are: pkg. of 16-18, 69c; box of 85 (3-lbs by Carnation), $4.39. Sea­ bergh's also have Shrimp already cooked, pkg. of 20. 98c. Also Breaded Shrimp ready for frying, 2%-lb of 63 Jumbo, $2.48. All at 200 Westchester Avenue, block be­ low Altaian's. Bedford Bows In Softball New Castle Police were 12-2 vic­ tors over White Plains Romas on July 27 in the county's first slow pitch softball tournament after the County Seaters had eliminated Bedford Hills Recs a day previous by a 7-5 count. New Castle got off to an early lead with the help of Ralph Ni- coletti's four master and won in convincing fashion. There were 10 games on Satur­ day's card including one that sent Romas against Bedford Hills. The Recs were managed by Lou Ruti- gliano and he said this week that a Westchester slow pitch softball league will probably be organized next season. The 1958 tournament, sponsored by Armonk Softball League, drew a 22-team entry and eight of them were still in competition after the first weekend of play. New Castle Police are scheduled to make their next tournament start on Aug. 2 when they tackle Greenburgh Varvaros at 3 P. M. at Hunter Field in Armonk where all tourney games are played. Mr. and Mrs. George Crowell and family of Nebraska left over the weekend for their return trip home following a weeks visit at the home of Mr. CroweH's mother Mrs. William Schulz of Sunrise Avenue, Katonah. Money Available FOR CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGES INCLUDING BUILDING LOANS PROMPT SERVICE SAVE WITH US BY MAIL WE PAY POSTAGE BOTH WAYS 3% BEGINNING OCT. 1, 1957 Port Chester Savings Bank Port Chester, New York Telephone WEstmor© 9-7300 Member Federal Deposit insurance Corporation , MUOWI BOURBON . ****** 4/5 QUART Straight from Kentucky -atruly*American whiskey BELLOWS & CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. • STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 86 PROOF • DISTR. 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