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Lackawanna's steel city press. (Lackawanna, N.Y.) 1947-1948, October 15, 1947, Image 4

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.m- «. ;g\§ 9 i - : ii E,-I f L -' W3.‘ % ' ‘STEEL CITY PRESS WEDNESDAY, _ OCTOBER. 15, 19717 SPORTS SECTION /K CITY TO SPONSOR 2 CAGE LEAGUES VFW AUXILIARY NEWS ALERT LINE PLAYS BIG ROLE N STEELERS WIN If The Ladies Auxiliary of the John B. Weber Post, V. F. W., win hold a birthday pm-tyiat the club- rooms, 14 Ridge Road. The guests of honor will be Eveiyn Forse and Virginia,Samch. All members are urged to pring their friends. POR There will be 2 Cit.y—Sponsorcd Basketball leagues, A & B Class, it was announced by Stanley Dak- tor, Superintendent of Adult Edu- cation. These leagues will function in coordination with the City’s Re- creation Department who super- vised a successful season last year. The A League will play at the Lackawannn High School Gym and BOWLING SHOES -'- BA|.|.$ -'- SHIRTS W0. 6966 538 ‘Ridge Road 1 , . . I ‘ . \ » v .7‘ If ‘aw ‘W Playing ‘heads-up football and using tricky plays the lacke- wcmnc Steelers rolled to their third straight viciory of the WNY Semi-Pm Conference last Sunday afternoon by swamping the Hamburg team by a convincing score of 3340-0. Who's The Dark Horse Candidate B League at Roosevelt School 'or McKinley School. A meeting will be called at a later date. A shirt sleeved crowd of ap- proximately 2,000 fans saw the boys from Laclmwanna turn on the scoring parade early in the second quarter. The Steelers recov- ered a Hamburg fumble on the 6 yard line. Fullback Chuck Kuko- leca then fired a pass to Dick Mit- chell for the score. The conversion was not good. ‘ Lackawanna kicked off and Hamburg had possession of the ball on their own 20. An attempted pass backfired as Dick Mitchell in~ tereepted the ball and brought it back to the Hamburg 7 yard line. Kukolcca then smashed off tackle to Score. The try for the extra point was blocked. Ilambm-g: had the ball on its own 42 yard line when they again at- tempted to pass. This time Johnny Pietrusik leaped high into the air and came down with the ball and raced’ 70 -yards for the first thril- ler of the afternoon. The conver- sion was blocked. The half ended with the score Lackuwanna 18 and Hamburg 0. their own 48. Mitchell carried to the 12 and a first down. Frank Jaworski, the Steelers quarter- back faked handling the ball off and scored on an off tackle smash. Steve Angle booted the pigskin between the uprights for the 25th point. For Mayor? of ‘the’ LUTNIA I-‘all Frolic (and Dance The Steelers were forced to punt from the Hamburg 43 yard line and the, pxmted out of bounds on the 12. In a last desperate move to go upfield Hamburg tried to pass on the very first play. The passer was so rushed by the Lackznvanna line that he was trapped behind his own goal line and tackled by Chuck Schultz for :1 safety and two more points fof‘ the Steclers. Sal. Oct. 18 Dom Polski As a result of the safety the Hamburg team kicked off from their own 20 yard line. Laekawan- na took over on its own 40. Angle carried to the Hamburg 36. Norbie Kulpinski carried to the 24 yard line. The stage was now set for the second thriller of the afternoon. Kulpinski faked a 1‘-un, turned and fired a pass to end Walawender who later-allcd to guard Lou Spel- ich. Spelich covered the remaining distance for the last Steeler score. The extra point. try failed. ‘The game ended with the score Lacka- wanna Steclers 33 anu Hamburg 0. worth stoppin for! Lacknwanna kicked off and Hamburg immediately fumbled on \ o The light, go1dcnbre:'§;§{:ic{j carefully and aIo\\'1y,_x21a§& tram ingredients which j:{5:‘1.\‘:1r_3 nhurrjcdly mcllows in hcr on :3 yygood :ime'.T THOINIX IREWIRY7°I|IfMl0'67H. Y.‘ A Owned and Operated By A Disgbléd Vet JIIROSZ Liquor Store q 1‘: . I \ ‘V g ./a Kllllllll ...‘L'!‘. n.&'-__-.;:_,. 1 ‘I 513 RIDGE ROAD near CENTER IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WHISKIES SCOTCH AND BRANDIES FOR. DELIVERY PHONE TR. 7733 OPEN 9 A. M. T0 11 P. M. M: T:;.§ , As \“ ' -H’ ‘e, ~\’1; -\‘:zf:' TA. 3879 fem, 23 RAPIN ST. KIN G FUEL CO. co1n.—.coIm—woon——ropsou. __ numr TRUCK snnvlcn on-xcn um vnuzn 1980 WILLIAM STREET nurrno a, N. 1. PAUL KAM|N$Kl, Prop. ‘ I I HERE IT IS! LACKAWANNA STEELER5. FIRST HOME GAME SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19th O IIOSIIRY FIELD (Ridge and Rosary nves.)1Iuoss from R. of C STEELERS vs. NIAGARA FALLS? KICK OFF — 2:30 P. M. I ADMISSION: ADULTS 60¢‘ CHII;DREN 35¢: Tax Incl. C«o~vernnient Finance Restr'ietiens Will Be Lifted November 1st O Come In Buy Your Car C No Money Down . . We will hold your car till November ‘Isl ‘ at which lime you take delivery on NEW LONG TERM FINANCE PLAN . C Largest Selection of Good I Used Cars In the City 0 o Smiling Jack 2200 Hamburg Turnpike LACKAWANNA, N. Y.

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