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North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y„ Feb. 5, 1959 • •' 1 • i ••••• • i • • i • — mm and Fishing W or den's All Stars Draw Big Crowd To Cage Benefit It was home-coming day Sunday for Worden's, all Stars who long reigned at Mount Kisco Senior League basketball champions be­ fore World War Two and the death of their pilot, Bill Worden, caused them to break up. a crowd of nearly 300 was on hand at Mount Kisco Boy's Club to greet remnants of the All Stars as they Temporarily reorganized to play the feature attraction in an Ameri­ can Legion benefit double header that raised about $300 for veterans rehabilitation at Montrose Veteran Hospital. The benefit was so successful that Moses Taylor Jr. Post officials said it may become an annual fea­ ture together with benefit softball in the Summer. The All Stars turned time back two decades but there was an­ other gathering of former Mount Kisco basketball stars who brought ing the \49ers\ back recollections of the \good old days\ when cagers used the Civic Hall and American Legion courts. Former Village Mayor Ed. Fox appeared with that group and in­ troduced his former teammates, f*each of whom drew a round of ap­ plause by taking a bow and one shot at the basket. The All Star teams played to a 19-19 tie and were glad to let it remain that way. Harry Eich de­ monstrated that he is still a good marksman by dunking six points fo lead the \Reds'*. Harold \Coke\ Crane, who, like Eich functioned from the center spot during his playing days with the All Stars, also racked a half dozen points for the \Whites\. In the second game of the twin bill, Taylor Post cagers, past and present, treated fans to another good show with the 1959 team beat RENMANTS of the once mighty Worden's All Stars re­ turned to the basketball court here Sunday and brought back memories of pre-war days when they ruled Mount Kisco's Senior Basketball League and ranked among the area's top \independ­ ent\ clubs. Two squads of for­ mer All Stars played to a 19-19 standoff in the feature attraction of a Kisco Legion benefit double header at Boys's Club on Feb. 1. Here, some of the players, at­ tired in borrowed red and white Fox Lane H. S. uniforms, dem­ onstrate they haven't lost their touch. In the photo are Harry \Vokey\ McNulla, about to catch a pass from teammate Harry Eich as teammate Basil Mully and Harold \Coke\ Crane extreme right, white uniform) look on. St. Mary's Wins 7th Straight, Nips Ardsley St. Mary's eased by Ardsley, 69 65, in a non-league basketball game here Tuesday. It was the ninth win in 11 games for Coach Charlie Cundari's cagers. Ardsley, with two straight losses, is now 8-3. Ardsley came from nine points back to lead 60-58 early in the fourth quarter. Harold Wright tied it, and Vin Ziccolella sent the Gaels ahead to stay with a jump shot. It was 66-65 with a minute to go, before a lap-up by Bill Mer- cato and a free throw by Pete Vreeland clinched the decision. Wright was all over the court on his way to a 25-point effort and he also played a strong game off the backboards. Vreeland with 11, and Wright, 13, paced the home team to a 38-29 advantage at h a 1 f t i m e, before Ardsley started to come back. Vreeland finished with 17, while Jack Brocks had 15. HenHud <5' Smothers Fox Lane, 64-36 BEDFORD— Hendrick Hudson continued its red-hot pace here Tuesday w l th a 64-36 basketball triumph over Fox Lane. It was the ninth straight win for the Sailors and boosted their overall mark to 10-2. Fox Lane is now 6-3. The home team was never in contention as the visitors hopped off in front and were never head ed. A trio of Eds contributed to most of the firsthalf scoring by both sides. Lent and Snyder com bined for 19 of HenHud's 35, wh»le Murphy of Fox Lane had seven of the 21 tallied by Coach Clyde Ei- dens' Red and White. Up by 16 entering the final quarter, the visitors really opened the flood gates with a 20-point output. Coach. Eidens gave his re­ serves plenty of work, with the game already out of reach. Fox Lane and John Jay, both with 5-1 records, meet Friday in a crucial NWL test at Cross Riv ver Jim Munsell and Don Clark each had 19 for Ardsley. St. Mary's won the JV game, 34-28. The scoring: ARDSLEY ST. MARY'S G F P G F P Boulton 1 2 4 Ziccolella 14 6 Mulvey 1 0 2 Dammeyel 5 1 1 Yocis 6 1 13 Harrison 1 1 3 Munsell 8 3 19 Vreeland 6 5 17 Sankey 3 0 6 Brocks 7 1 15 Weinman 1 0 2 Mercato 10 2 Clark 6 7 19 Wright 11 3 25 26 13 65 TTT 15 69 Score by Periods Ardsley St. Mary's The scoring: HEND. HUDSON FOX LANE G F P G F P Lent 4 3 11 E. Murphy 4 3 11 Smith 0 0 0 B. Murphy 1 3 5 Snyder 4 5 13 Lorn as 1 1 3 Cook 2 3 7 Sgrulletta 4 2 10 Kelly 13 5 Merrill 1 2 4 Klever 7 2 16 Jackson 0 0 0 Rudy 4 2 10 McGee 0 0 0 Miller 0 2 2 Nicosia 0 0 0 Megna 0 1 1 — — — DeVortz 0 2 2 22 20 64 11 14 36 Score by Periods Hendrick Hudson Fox Lane 13 19 29 50 65 38 54 69 Yorktown's Wrestlers Bow to Jays YORKTOWN HEIGHTS— Johr. Jay scored its fifth wrestl­ ing victory of the season Tuesday afternoon when it trimmed York- town, 28-16. It was the home club's fourth loss without a win. The Jays have lost three. Mike Romano kept his unbeaten string alive, as he decisioned Eric Gladstone of John Jay at 115 pounds Walt Wilson (130) picked up the only pin for Coach Ed Iovanna's losers when he should­ ered Harold Walker. The summaries: 106—Fred Her- auf (JJ), by forfeit, 123 — Jim Jones (JJ) pinned Paul Smith, 4:25; 136 - Whelan Wilson (JJ) pinned Lou Asterino, 3:27; 141— Don Fiacco (JJ) pinned Clyde Bell 1:10; 148—Henry Peters (Y) de­ cisioned Dan Fast; 157 — Robert Sheldon (JJ) dec. Stew Seipser; 177 — Austin Clarke (Y). by de­ fault when Roger Covey (JJ) was injured during match, and Unl— Rob Evans (JJ) pinned Kurt Heck' ert. 3:25. 17 7 35 44 •£l 28 64 36 Somers Beats Briarcliff 4 5' BRIARCLIFF MANOR- Somers overcame a five - point shade Briarcliff, 58-53, in a North­ ern Westchester League basket­ ball battle here Tuesday after- noun. The winners are now 4-2 in the loop and the Bears, 1-5. Lakeland Nips Greeley CHAPPAQUA— A fourth quarter surge earned Lakeland a 48-47 come-from-behind basketball win over Horace Greeley here Tuesday after­ noon. It was Greeley's fourth loss in six starts in Northern Westchester League competi­ tion. The home club of Coach Carl Hall held a 37-30 advantage late in the thin) quarter. Over the last part of the period and the first six minutes of the final round, the visitors out-scored Greeley, 18-5, o take a 48-42 lead. Lakeland won the JV game, 20-18. Fox Lane's Matmen Rip Rye, 23-11 BEDFORD— Fox Lane wrestlers chalked up their seventh consecutive win of the season here Tuesday with a 23-11 win over Rye. Five members of Coach Arnie Perg's team contined unbeaten, Ron Swansun, Bobby and Lou La- Regina, J:m Skinner, and Graham Gurney. Fred Barnett suffered his first defeat of the campaign. Lou LaRegina (141) was the only Fox Lane winner to register a pin Winners by decision were Swan son (106). Jim Straub (115), Jim Lee (130). Bob LeRegina (136) and Skinner (157). Barnett (123) and Butch Amuso (148) dropped decisions, while John Ryan, the Garnets' All-County foot­ ball star, pinned Roger Luede-1 mann in a 168-pound scrap. Marinellis Again Claim Season High Second and seventh place teams continued to monopolize high game in Cross Roads women's tenpin league when runnerup Marinellis reclaimed the record with a 710 effort. It was the fifth time they bowled season high game and their all- out effort of Jan. 27 added 21 pins to a score Corsi Construction post­ ed a week earlier. Marinellis used the blast for a 3-1 win over Tuf-Top and it gave them undisputed second place aft­ er Thelmas One lost a three point­ er to Jerrys and dropped to third from a runnerup tie. League leading Thelmas Two ab­ sorbed a 4-0 trimming but re­ tained a one point lead as second place changed hands. Mary Sandstrom hit 213 to claim high game for the second week in a row. Marge Murphy ran games of 199, 195 and 169 into the best series, a 563 effort that missed the season record by 10 pins. KATONAH WOMEN Honebon was back in undisputed first place in the Katonah distaff loop after Marions beat 19th Hole 3-1 and dropped them from co- leadership as Honebon and Ah- rens got a 2-2 standoff. The Honebon match produced a duel between rival \anchors\ El­ eanor Quinn, who captains Ahrens, and Pat Hossack of Honebon. Mrs. Quinn hit the jackpot with 222 and 513 weekly highs, shad­ ing Mrs. Hossack by two pins in match totals. by CJ. Daum February—usually our coldest and snowiest month — is finally here It began with a real cold snap, but as yet the snow has not made its appearance in any quant­ ity. This has many advantages for our sportsmen. First, we could much more easily travel afield. It also has enabled game ani­ mals and birds to find sufficient food more easily. In fact, it should end up a much better car­ ryover than usual. This we will better appreciate next year. A little effort by all of us at this season on vermin control will pay nch dividends next season. At the risk of being repetitious, we would like to remind all sportsmen that our remaining game from hereon out is breeding stock for next season. Every time you remove a predator now you will add many famlies of game birds or animals for next season. It's as good or better than ac­ tually stocking many birds or ani­ mals later. Lets all do our share. We don't at this season mean to cut into our rabbit hunters' activities, but even they, while in pursuit of their quarry, can often contribute to vermin control also. Our ice fishermen are still do­ ing business, of course. The ice if anything is thicker and safe enough to drive a car on if you were so minded. Peach Lake is still a hot spot with many fine pickerel and perch shown. Muscoot in its upper reaches, near Golden's Bridge, is probably the best at the moment. Really large pickerel and good sized white perch in quantity seem to be the rule rather than the excep­ tion. Glenida has had a great deal more activity also. Quantities of yellow perch have been taken here and a few pickerel. We ex pect any day to hear of more activity on pickerel in this lake, as they are certainly there, and large ones also. Glenida always has had different timing as to when fish will bite, than any of our other lakes. Guess we'll just have to stay with it for a while. We heard of a few really large pickerel from Titicus. This we ex­ pected, but we should at any time hear of large catches on perch and cnappie also. Here again,'boys. They are in there. You just have to be there thre. You just have to ve there at the right time on the right day. Sorry we can't forecast it. Just spend as much time out there as you can and the law of averages' will catch up. STEVE WALSH Gaels Take 6th Straight; Vreeland: 24 St. Mary's of Katonah ran its current victory string to six' here Saturday night with a 64-57 basket­ ball win over Horace Greeley of Chappaqua. The Gaels of Coach Charlie Cundari are 8-2 on the sea­ son. Following a close opening quar­ ter, St. Mary's sprinted to the fore and was never seriously threaten ed. Ahead by five points at the half, the home team ballooned its margin to 14, the biggest lead o: the night. The Gaels' high-scoring veteran Pete Vreeland*, sparked the surge in the third period with eight points. He wound up as the game's top point-getter with 24. Greeley picked up a little in the fourth quarter, and, at one point reduced the difference to six points. St. Mary's still held the game well in hand at the end. 4 in Double Figures The starting five went all the way for Coach Carl Hall, and four of them finished in double fig­ ures. Steve Walsh led 1 the way with 19, with Ken Nye next, 14. Gree ley's record is now 4-5 Hal Wright scored 10, and Hank Dammeyer and Jon Harrison net­ ted nine apiece for St. Mary's St. Mary's took the JV game 39-20. It was the seventh win o the season in 10 starts for Coach Ed Vreeland's juniors The scoring: KAPS Move To 3rd Behind Crane's 642 John Crane and his Kisco Auto Parts teammates were show-stop­ pers in the Cross Roads Five-Man Bowling League last week as Crane hit a 642 season high to pace KAPS to a 40 shutout win and third place in league stand­ ings. Crane beat the former high by nine pins to become the sixth keg- er to hold the record since Fred See opened the race with a 577 ef- brt last Fall. Auto Parts leap­ frogged two positions from fifth place on the strength of the week's only shutout, a 283 pin breeze against last place Cohens. The winners had a 959 windup that earned them a slice of week­ ly high game. Camilli Construc­ tion matched that score and add­ ed high three of 2735 while shacJ- ing Katonah Barbers 3-1 and boost­ ing their lead to eight points as runnerup Briccettis lost 3-1 to fifth rated Corsis. Crane fashioned* his record- breaker on games of 227, 214, and 201. He was seven pins snort of Fred See's weekly' high singleton See hit 234 in a losing effort for Katonah Barbers. HORACE GREELEY G F P Walsh 9 1 19 Benedict 4 2 10 Heyel 5 0 10 Nye 6 2 14 Boll 2 0 4 26 5 57 ST.MABY'S Zlc'lela Dam'er Har'son Vreeland- Brocks Marcato Wright G 1 4 3 11 4 1 4 F 0 1 3 2 24 6 0 2 10 Score By Periods Horace Greeley . St. Mary's • 28 8 64 12 26 34 57 14 31 46 64 New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., February 5, 1959 |3' Ed. Murphy Scores 25 Points To Pace Foxes To 63-19 Win Whippoorwill Tourney Won By Mrs. Ellis The January Handicap Tourna ment held Jan. 20, by the Whip­ poorwill Club, was won by Mrs. Phoebe Ellis with a 548. High Games to date are: Mrs. George Wisner, 201; Mrs. Robert Seib, 189; Mrs. Robert Burbank, 183. High series to date are: Mrs. George Wisner, 473; Mrs. Robert Seib, 473; Mrs. Lincoln Caffall, 449. Team Standings are: Team Won— Lost Mrs. Robert Burbank 12 i Mrs. Donald West 11 5 Mrs.Robert Hicks 10 6 Mrs. Robert Seib 10 6 Mrs. William Hannsler 8 8 Mrs. Edward Selzer 8 8 Mrs. Edward Zollner 7 9 Mrs. George Bedell 5 11 Mrs. George Wisner 5 11 Mrs. John Whittet 4 12 Tournaments will be held be- LAKEIjAND H. GREELEY G F P G F P Whlteman 9 7 25 Walsh 3 8 14 Staff 2 0 4 Hoeft 0 1 1 Bruhl 1 0 2 Lewis 1 0 2 T. Sclmtre 0 0 0 Mygatt 0 0 0 Sarno 1 0 2 Heyel 7 1 15 Zugner 0 2 2 Savage 1 0 2 Castle 2 5 9 Nye 3 4 10 Cogtello 1 0 2 Boll 0 3 3 S. Sclm'tre 1 0 2 17 14 48 15 17 47 The. scoring. SOMERS DILena Mlchaptn Hahn Bley St«vens SprJnjer Score |>y loners - G F P 8 &21 Oil 4 5 13 0 0 0 2 2 6 8 1 17 2314 68 Periods BRIAB CLIFF Franken Behllng Crawford Koste Kaufman Verone Collins NeGfay G F P 6 3 15 0 0 0 8 0 16 3 1 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 23 1 53 12 27 40 58 12 29 45 53 Store by Periods Lakeland Horace Greeley 21 36 48 22 37 47 CONTEST BRINGS PRAISE BRIARCLIFF MANOR - Coun­ ty American Legion Commander James MacWhirter has commend­ ed Briarcliff Post 1054 on the book review contest it is sponsoring among students at Briarcliff High School. As part of its Americaniza­ tion program, the post is award­ ing prizes for the best essays on FBI director J. Edgar Hoover's book on communism, \Master's of Deceit\ Jays Triumph To Tie for 1st CROSS RIVER— John Jay moved into a first place tie in the Northern Westches­ ter League basketball race here Tuesday afternoon as a result of its convincing 65-46 victory over Yorktown. The winners are tied with Fox Lane (5-1), and are 7-3 overall. The visitors took an early 8-1 lead in the first quarter, before Art Covey sparked a comeback for Coach Bob Boissy's team. A 20-point second quarter, featuring scoring by Fred Free and Richie Duffy, decided the issue. John Jay won the JV game, 48- 29. Dan DiPace, 20 and Tom Evans, 15, led the winners. The scoring: YOKKTOWN Anderson Smith Downing Curtis MalComson G F P 3 3 9 3 5 11 2 0 4 5 10 20 0 2 2 13 20 46 Score by Period* Yorktown — John Jay . • <• JOHN JAY Clark Repp Free Duffy Covey Mueller Hilton G 0 5 4 5 5 3 1 F P 0 0 10 4 124 3 13 5 15 6 12 0 LouGuignardi Hits 253 High In Industrial Season high game changed hands in the Cross Roads Industrial Bowling League for the first time in four months when Lou Guig- nardi unleashed a 253 sizzler on Jan. 27 at Cross Roads Recrea­ tion Mike Raimando had made a 248 record stick since Sept. 30 but it disappeared under the impact of Guignardi's block-buster. In ad­ dition to claiming season high, the record-maker tossed in a 592 trip- e for weekly honors too. The Industrial circuit got a new leader as well as a new team high; Superior Electric hopped from third to first place by shutting out Kensico Tube Two while Cox & Fish who had previously led the pack, dropped to a second place tie after taking an unexpected four-point trimming from Kensico Tube One. The winners bowled 981 and 2674 weekly high scores to win with 348 pins to spare. Guignard 1 did his excellent ten- pinning while Daums were out­ pointing Whalens 3-1. Cas Motors climbed two notches to second place by beating Byrnes 3-1. There were five shutouts on the 10-match card on Jan. 27 with Sun nyfield, Gallaghers, Kisco Bever­ ages and Briccettis adding four pointers to the calcimine job cred­ ited Superior Electric. BEL Reelects McGrath Here Martin \Bud\ McGrath has been reelected president of Mount Kis­ co Babe Ruth League, it -was an nouneed after the annual meeting of me organization on Jan. 29 a Boy's Club here. Practically the same slat of officers that served with Mr. Mc­ Grath in 1958 will retain office, Edward Bouchier and Stanley Ko- loski are vice-presidents, Mr. Bou­ chier succeeding LeRoy Salmon who has retired from office. Anoth­ er retirement was announced by Mrs. Florence Groves, secretary jbut she agreed to .continue in of­ fice until her successor is named Jack Herbert was reelected treas­ urer and Mrs. Everett Reynolds and Reginald Irving were re­ named to the Board of Directors. President McGrath said he will designate others to serve as di­ rectors befor the 1959 baseball season gets underway. Henceforth, it was decided, Babe Ruth League officials will meet at Mount Kisco .Boy's Club on the third Thursday of each month ex­ cept in November and December. At the next regular meeting on Feb. 19 the president will appoint committees to complete plans for the 1959 season. Bedford Hills, Legion Loops Break Ties Bedford Hills Soccer Club out- scored Mount Kisco by a 2-1 mar­ gin on hard frozen, ice splotched Leonard Park grounds when those upcounty arch-rivals clashed on Feb. 1 in an Eastern District Soc­ cer League match. A big crowd braved freezing weather and sharp winds to see the Hillsiders repeat a previous triumph. The first half ended in a score­ less tie but Bedford Hills rang the bell in the first 10 minutes of the last half to go ahead 1-0. About 10 minutes later Eric Morley tied the clincher but before time final­ ly ran out Kisco hopes rose when the visiting goalie was caught out­ side the cage. John Maye was only about eight yards from the empty goal but missed an easy target and time ran out. JAYCEES URGE TAX CUTS TARRYTOWN — The Junior Chamber of Commerce of the Tarrytowns and Irvington is at­ tempting to get 6,100 signatures on petitions urging lower Federal and other taxes. The local group's work is in connection with a na tionwide Jaycee program called \Project Tax Reform.\ Fox Lane High School first stringers, apparently fully recov­ ered-from the effects of an unex­ pected two-point loss to under­ dog Somers on Jan. 27, were back in the driver's seat this week as Northern Westchester Interschol- astic League hoopers wrapped up the first half of the 1958-59 cam­ paign. Foxes led the seven-team pack with five wins in six starts after crushing Yorktown's title defend­ ers 63-19 Jan. 30 in the Fox Lane gymnasium where Coach Clyde Eidens' hustlers haven't lost since St. Mary's beat them in the sea­ son's second game on Dec. 16, 1958- Fox Lane was inactive in the league on Feb. 3, having drawn its first bye of the sea­ son and as the teams headed in­ to the last week of first round play, Foxes and John Jay were running almost neck and neck. Fox Lane owned one more win, however, but that slim margin can be erased on Feb. 6 when the first and second place teams clash in a night game at John Jay. Practically everything hangs in the balance including first place. Jays wll igo nto the lead if they're able to avenge them A 10 point trimming Foxes handed early in January. Ed Murphy bettered his own sea­ son scoring record by getting 25 points against Yorktown as Foxes built a 10 point first period lead to 19 at the intermission and 34 at the three-uqarter mark. Endeavoring to keep the score sane. Eidens substituted freely hi the second and third quarters and played only his reserves in the final quarter. Yet the Foxes led, 30-11, at the half, 53-19, after three quarters, and then held the Corn Huskers scoreless in the fourth period. Ed Murphy Stars Ed Murphy held Yorktown's big Bob Anderson to nothing in the first half and just two points for the ball game. Meanwhile, Murphy was tossing in a tidy 25 points. Fox Lane's 6-1 Chris Lomas re ED MURPHY peatedly cleared the defensive boards and pitched to his fast breaking teammates, who literal­ ly ran Yorktown into the floor. Giving Lomas a big hand under the boards was Sean Sgrulletta, who accounted for 16 Fox Lane points. Niles Curtis and Bill Miller were the Yorktown scorers with six points apiece. Yorktown won the junior varsity game, 27-23, after dropping a battle of the unbeaten on the junior high level in the afternoon, 44-32, to Fox Lane. The scoring: YORKTOWN Anderson Smith Groves Miller Curtis Foley Baldy G 1 0 0 2 1 O 2 F 0 1 0 2 4 0 0 FOX LANE E.Murphy B.Mmrpihy LAmas Sgrulletta Merrill Jackson McGee Nicosia Devortz G F P M. 325 12 4 1 5 4 16 2 4 1 1 1 3 3 5 0 O 2 6 1 0 1 1 O 6 7 19 Score By Periods Yorktown Fox Lane — 23 17 63 6 11 19 19 16 30 53 63 tween Whippoorwill and Mount Kis­ co Country, Club on Feb. 19 a Post Bowling Lanes and on March 5 at Crossroads Bowling Lanes. Boy's Club Intermediates Play Tonight The Mount Kisco Boy's Club in termediate division basketball team, beaten but once in seven starts, will have an opportunity to avenge that setback when it collides with Valhalla- A. C. In­ termediates on Feb. 5 at Boy's Club gymnasium. Game - time is 7:30 p.m. Valhalla triumphed by a 60-41 margin recently when the teams met there. Last week the Kisco quint walloped Nyack Boy's School 77-40 here with Jerry Saro- ken caging 24 noints, the biggest output credited any B.C. inter­ mediate basketballer this season. Intermediates were still going strong on Jan. 29 when Bob Wray ducked 20 points to pace a 52-30 win over Iona Junior High. On Feb. 7, Intermediates will keep a home-court date with St. Agatha at 11 A.M. In other Boy's Club cage action, Junior All Star lost 43-36 to St. Mary's School of Ridgefield, Conn, despite a fine 21 point show­ ing by Dominick Carbone. In the club's Young Adult Lea­ gue, Pistons retained top billing by stopping Nats 78-76 and second place Eagles spilled Hawks 43-40. Pistons are 6-5 for the season, Eagles, 4-7 and Hawks 3-8. Mert Gatto of the tail-enders paces point—makers with 170 for 10 games. Neil Diterichs of Nats has 138 but was idle last week and couldD't improve on that mark. Gaels Undefeated Westput Leaders As 1st Round Ends The Vreeland brothers, Pete and Ed., had a big night on Jan. 30 when St. Mary's basketball team took both ends of a Putnam-West­ chester League double-header from Brewster on the losers' floor. Pete Vreeland had his best night of the season and racked 25 points to lead? Gaels 57-50 over previously undefeated Brewster and blast them from co-leadership in a cru­ cial game that gave Gaels undisput­ ed command as the first half of the season Was completed. Ed. Vreeland's playing days at St. Mar^is-'are long past but the formeF scoring sensation is back at the school in the role of jayvee coach and while his brother was piling up the second best score credited any Gael this season, Ed. had the dual satisfaction of watch­ ing his jayvees remain unbeaten Westput leaders after taking the opener 28-23. It was their sixth win of a nine game campaign and their fourth in tbe league. Gaels head into the home stretch drive on Feb. 6 when they start second round competition at Ma- hopac. On Feb. 11 they'll be host to Haldane at Katonah. Vreeland's point-making against Brewster has been excelled only by teammate Hal Wright. He fir­ ed a 28 point broadside three days earlier in a two-overtime thriller that saw Gaels stop Yorktown 60-56 in a non-leaguer at Katonah. Vree- 1 land had to sit that one out be­ cause of illness. It was 50-50 at the end of one overtime period, but Wright tab­ bed eight' points in the second ex­ tra period, to secure the Gael's sixth victory in eight starts. Brewster Topples St. Score By Periods Kir . J-J u i J- St Mary ' S Mary s didn t have to go ov-Brewster ertime to nip Brewster but, with a clean slate and possibly the title hanging in the balance, the game packed plenty, of thrills. Gaels were five-point leaders, 14-9, at the start but their lead 'dwindled to two points rally in the second frame, Gaels steadied, widened the gap to 11 in the third and held off all further threats. It was simply a case of a well- balanced team having it all over an individual performance. Pete Vreeland was once again the big scorer for the winners with 25 points. Vin Ziccolella had 14, and Harold Wright, 10. These three completely over - shadowed Brewster's Dick Casey. The visitors \held\ him in to 14 points over the first three quarters of play, while building up a com­ manding 40-29 edge. They let him go in the fourth quarter and he finished with 34 points. St. Mary's now leads with a perfect 4-0 slate. Brewester is second, 4-1. Coach Ed Vreeland's J. V. team remained unbeaten in the PWL with a 28-23 win over the Brew­ ster juniors. The little Gaels are 6-3 overall. The scoring: ST. MARY'S BREWSTER G F P G F P Ziccolella 5 4 14 Grenda 0 1 1 Dammeyer 2 0 4 Duff 1 0 2 Hairrison 2 0 4 J.Viniello 3 1 7 Vraelanl 9 7 25 Billetls 1 0 2 Brocks 0 1 1 Lyons 1 3 5 Mercato 0 0 0 M.Vlniello 0 O 0 Wright 3 4 10 Casey 12 9 33 21 16 58 38 14 50 14 28 40 57 9 26 29 50 sway PONTIAC! AMERICA'S NUMBER <D ROAD CAR 23 18 64 10 18 32 46 18 S3 47 64 Unbeaten Yank Terrence J. McCann of the Tulsa YMCA was the only American wrestler whoni the Russians fail­ ed to defeat in the International matches ia 1&58. Wheels are 5 inches farther apart. This widens the stance, not the body. Gives you a steadier, balanced, road-hugging ride. SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER FOR A ROAD TEST' TODAY BROOKS PONTIAC INC. 542 East Main Street, Mount Kisco, N. Y. MOunt Kisco 6-5573 <

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