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Page 2 The BETHPAGE TRIBUNE Thursday, June 6, 1974 Bethpage Little League South little League The first half of Bethpage South Little League’s baseball season ended on Saturday, May 25th. The boys have all been enjoying themselves, learning the meaning of sportsmanship and teamwork, and have had a successful first half. At this time, the Board of Directors of Bethpage South Little League would like to thank all the volunteer managers, coaches and umpires who are doing an outstanding job working with the boys and giving up much of their leisure time. In spite of the cold and dreary weather, parent participation has been well above average, and we . hope it will continue to be so during the second half of the season. In each division of Bethpage South Little League, the first- place team in the first half of the season will play the first-place team of the second half of the season. The winner of that game will be the champions of their division and will receive trophies. The standings for the first half of the season are: AA First place: Mets. Tie for second place: Pirates, Yankees, Giants. Third place: Braves AAA Tie for first place: Mets, Giants. Second place: Panthers Third place: Wildcats. Fourth place: Cardinals. Fifth place: Cowboys MAJORS First Place: Tomcats. Second place: Giants. Third place: Red Sox Fifth place: Foxes. Sixth place: Tigers. On Saturday, June 15th, Bethpage South Little League is having its annual picnic. Flyers have been distributed to all members of the League. Children under 6 free, children 6 thru 13 - $2.50 each and age 14 thru adult - $4.00 each. The picnic will be completelv catered, there will be V — --------— games and activities, and a good time is expected to be had by all. Interested parents of children playing ball in Bethpage South Little League can obtain reservations by contacting South Little League President Dan DiRoma at 822-3167 before June 10th. North Little League With the ending of the first half of the season’s play, the players on all teams played a hard fought battle with a great deal of sportsmanship and enjoyment, but unfortunately only one team can be the winner. For the Majors the Eagles won with a 7-2 record; and the players who brought them to their victory were: Charles Baren, Richard Brodsky, Peter Capitelli, Celphon Chan, Chris Cirino, Matty Johnson, Bobby Mattiace, Matty Mitchell, Kerry Moore, Gregg Papush, Terry Pattigno, Tommy Wissmann, and Joe Zitoli. AAA In the Minor League AAA division the first place team was Emil’s Nursery with an 8-1 record. The players for Emil’s were: Richard Bohm, Bruce Drucker, Glenn, Gordon, Gregory Hartmann, Timothy Lazarus, William Leach, Glenn Loo, Robert Ramis, Michael Sarris, Joseph Tracy, Brian Wohnsiedler, Eugene Wu and Richard Kaufman. AA In Double A, the Lions were first with a 7-1-1 record. Players for the Lions were: Steve .Catalano, Thomas Derr, Ronnie Flatow, John Giardina, Steven Kahane, Philip Kaufold, Michael Marcovitz, Glen Pannel, Bennett Resnick, Martin Schnabel, Steven Solomon, John Staudt, and Lawrence Stein. The second half should prove to be a very interesting contest in as much as each team has shown great improvement since the start of the season m .. ... ... ...................... .... ........ 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Pitching for Blue Linda Nelson with two hits each for Liz Danna, Teresa Carroll and Eileen Tracy. Good fielding by Liz Danna. Green vs Maroon May 30th. Green beat Maroon 9-1. The winning pitcher was Laura Koch who also made a great homerun. Donna Lipp, Joan Hanner, Laura Koch, J. Kocherberger and P. Ducey had two hits each for Green. Pitching for Maroon was Jeri Sengs tacken who also got a triple. Ponytail Senior Gold vs Green May 30th. Gold beat Green 33-3. The winning pitcher was Carol Mellen. Joyce Kotin went 7 for 7 with 2 homers, 1 triple, 3 doubles and 1 single. Carol Mellen and Donna DiGiovanni belted four baggers. Jill Krai had a 5 for 5 night. Ellen Rowan pitched for Green. Red vs Gold May 26th. Red beat Gold 4-3. The winning pitcher was Jan Erickson who held the Gold to seven hits. Diane Ryan got two hits and a triple. Robin Haber scored the winning run in the bottom of the ninth after leading off with a single. Pitching for Gold was Carol Mellen while Joyce Kotin hit a homer and Nan Sachs had two hits. STANDINGS AFTER GAMES OF 5 29 74: Junior Division Won Lost l.Blue 6 1 2. Maroon 5 2 3. Green 4 3 4. Red 3 4 5. Gold 2 5 6. Royal 1 6 Senior DMskm 1. Gold 6 1 2. Red 3 3 3. Green 2 3 4. Blue 1 5 G r a d u a te s The following local students will be graduating in the Class of ’74 from Chaminade High School in Mineola: From Bethpage: James Ryan and James Vorbach. From L e v i t t o w n : Craig Gilmartin, Joseph Me Laughlin, Edward Patterson, and John Stewart. From Plainview: Richard Dannenhoffer, Anthony Di Maso, George Elio, Howard Fritz, Gerard Harms, and Gary Krumm. IS YOUR DRINKING WATER TASTING BAD? You can filter out excess chemicals & impurities with a water conditioner & filter in your own home - call after 4 PM - PE 1-5812 ••BEST IN THE SHOW”/ That’s Borge Hansen receiving First Prize for his artistic exhibiMtt the Annual Town of Oyster Bay’s Senior Citizens Art Festivajklield at MID-ISLAND PLAZA. Pictured from right to left arfe'Eleanor Ernst, Exhibit Judge, Bernie Bruns, President of the Mid-Island Merchants Association, Council Kenneth Diamond, Ann Reich, Superintendent of the Town's Division for Senior Citizens and Mildred Landau Pawl, Art Coordinator. 4 - H N e w s A sparkling original and delightful 4-H Awards Night entitled, “4-H Under The Big Top”, was presented Friday, May 31, 1974 at the John F. Kennedy Junior High School, on Broadway, Bethpage, New York. Written, produced and directed by Marcia Cunningham. Ad­ mirably assisted by her com­ mittee: Ann San Filippo, Little Red Riding Hood. Mary Czubay, Mary Popins. Claudia San Filippo, Little Bo Peep. Laura Fiance, The Ring Master. Amy Breidenbach, Circus Clown. Dottie Rhodes, Mama Bear. Presentation of the Colors was made by the 4-H Roadrunners: Lisa Bianco, Marie Bianco, Susan Czubay, Marie Keipek and Eileen Lawlor. Their leader Mary Czubay taught the girls how to make their snappy 4-H uniforms, which they wore that night. This Land is Your Land - was lead and sung by Karen Langer and Lois McNally. 1974 Award Winners Know Your State Goverament- Albany Catherine Breidenbach, Debbie Bruening, Jeanne Menrath Know Your County Govern­ ment - Mineola Susan Czubay, Diane Hum­ phrey, Marie Kiepek, Eileen Lawlor, Sandy Miklas, Donna Rezac, Carol Waller, Lois Wohnsiedler. Teen\Leadership Lab 4-H Camp, Riverhead, N.Y. Babs Feldman, Karen Langer, Joyce Lipinski Home Economics Day Trip New York City Barbara Brennan, Karen Langer, Debbie Lawson, Joyce Lipinski, Debbie Metz 81 4-H Girls modeled their fashions in the Fashion Revue Marie Cunningham was the Fashion Coordinator and Com­ mentator. The Graduates’ Address was movingly given by Lois McNally who will be leaving 4-H to go on to college and a career as a doctor. Lois McNally has been an outstanding 4-H she was always ready with a smile to Volunteer her time and serves unstintingly. Young 4-H girls would do well following Lois’ example. 4-H best wishes go with Lois who will be sorely missed. The traditional Candle Lighting Ceremony was presented by the 4-H Teen Club Susan Hurwick, Lois McNally Helene Schumacher, Lisa Stachelek and Catherine Vukovich. Their Leader Ann Maffetone. M argaret Zuendt 4-H Bethpage-Old Bethpage Girls Club Staff Sponsor offered her thanks and appreciation to the 4- H Leaders; ... The 4-H club exists because of her ... ... The 4-H member learns and enjoys because of her... ... The 4-H Leaders Council is great because of her... 4-H Leaders are ordinary people doing an extraordinary job. The new program was originated by Chairlady Maureen Breidenbach cover design by Joyce The sharp on the job Usherettes were the 4-H LovebUgs , Christine Frisone, Jean Marie Fernandez, Tina Iserino, Theresa Moran, Donna Rooney and Maryanne Sheerin. Their leaders are Ann Ronney and Marie Moran. By Beth Gackowski Whatever else youdo, ...let mowers show your sympathy BETHVIEW FLORIST 354 BROADWAY BETHPAGE OV 1 8333 HICKSVILLE A HYDE PARK • WILLISTON PARK • FLORAL PARK

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