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The Long Island traveler. (Cutchogue, N.Y.) 1871-1940, December 29, 1938, Image 3

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1 THE LONG ISLAND TRAVELER P • Bank of Southold SOUTHOLD, N. DEPOSITOnS IN THIS BANK ARE INSURED With Maximnm Insurance of $5000 for Each Depositor ACCOUNTS INVITED Deposits Received Subject to Check Interest allowed on certWlcates ot deposit and on time deposits. OFFICERS Howard G. TuthUl President Albert W. Albertson ^ Presidents Albert T. Dlckerson Cashier Richard T. Merwln ^^ cashiers Miss Elsie Hummel George O. Terry, Counsel BOARD OF DIRECTORS Joseph N. HaUock W. Corey Albertson Albert T. Dlckerson Howard G. Tuthlll Albert W. Albertson E. Ernest Bolsseau George H. Dlckerson Capital Stock $25,000 Surplus, $31,000 Sale Deposit Boxes lor Rent at reasonable rates. Mattituck and Greenport Tawn Teams Play Tonight Two tcam.s, made up of players of the Greenport Community Basketball League headed by Joe Townsend, will play the first and second Mattituck Town teams at Mattituck on Thursday evening of this week. The first game will start at 8 P. M. Greenport, for the past several sea- .sons, has been considering making an entry in the Eastern Sunrise League, Basketball faas will have an oppor- tunity of Judging Greenport's possibili- ties when the boys from that village meet the strong Mattituck team, which Is a member of the league. Southold Bowling League TEDDY'S SWEET SHOP W. Rafford 172 163 212 T, Parashes 158 180 171 P Mullen 146 179 127 Open dally from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Saturdays from 9 a. m. to 12 m. Closed on all public holidays. \Exclusive but not Expensive\ Abe Brown The HOME of GOOD CLOTHES GREENPORT, N. Y. 476 522 510 BENNY'S TAVERN L. Kroleskl 107 129 128 F. Thompson 161 141 133 J. Bednoskl 183 144 151 451 414 412 Tuesday, December 20 I. M. YCLTJG & CO. G. Stelzer 173 234 148 H. Gagen 155 219 183 C. Bennett 171 W IM 499 640 529 SOUTHOLD YACHT CLUB F. Robinson 174 147 145 W. Smith 151 154 128 C. Cochran 170 188 174 495 489 447 REPUBLICAN CLUB L Davison 140 151 165 F, Prince 141 169 179 L. Dicker-son 123 149 223 404 464 567 PHIL WECKESSBR J. Shipuleski 124 113 135 A. Bla.schach 142 142 142 J. Gagen 133 - 160 156 399 415 433 Sports Spotlight Republicans Spend Holidays Laughing at Rest of The League I. M. Young Sets Team Record of 640 Pinfall Southold High Swamps Center Moriches 39-20 \Davey \Dicftey\ and \Hummer\ spent a very Joyous Christmas as far as their bowling fortunes are con- Joe Oitrotici Scores 19 Points Vindicating all of the pre-season praises Coach Goldsmith had for his young charges, the Sauthold High cerned. With a five-game lead over School basketball team, really found their nearest rivals they were able to themselves last Wednesday night and sit back and enjoy their Christmas scored a one-sided win over Center dinner while members bf the other Moriches High School on the latter's team.s were stewing and fretting on i home court. The first half was a nip ways and means to stop the league and tuck affair, but in the last half leaders on their march to the cham- Southold's superior teamwork proved pionship. The R e p u b l i c a n s came too much for the Moriches boys and through with a three straight victory the local squad gradually Increased the over the Phil Weckesser trio to keep lead to win by a score of 39 to 20. up the fast pace the boys have been Industrial Bowling League SUNRISE ALLEYS, GREENPORT Monday ( December 19 THREE CLUBS G. Hudson 179 155 204 I. Pollock 179 183 170 C. Bumble' 166 178 126 Typical State Buildings At New York Fair 1939 524 516 500 BEE SANDWICH BAR F. Barth 185 166 168 E. Dlller 158 170 201 Ed Macomber 185 149 200 528 485 BUSINESS MEN G. Ging 162 156 V. GafTga 174 175 H. Thornhill 137 155 569 203 149 154 Joe Ostroski was the high scorer for La Collars MATTITUCK OPPOSITE L. I. R. R. STATION Compare Our Prices with Any of New York's Largest Stores HOLIDAY SALE! Wines 4 20 Years Old! French Cognac $2.59 (25.6 O E . ) Compare Value, $3.99 10 Years Old! Taylor's Famous Scotch $2.69 Full Fifth Compare Value, $3.69 CHAMPAGNE, $2.59 VINTAGE 1928 (26 oz.) H. Garinier, Eperay, France Compare Value, $4.19 IMPORTED FROM FRANCE VINTAGE 1929 (26 oz.) H. Chardon and Cie Bordeaux 94c Compare Value, $1.79 Sauterne Barsac Graves Distilled London Dry GIN Full Quart — 98c 100% NEUTRAL GRAIN SPIRITS Cempare Value, $1.49 setting. Although they only rolled 404 the game with nine field goals and one pins in their first game the \poll- ! foul shot for a total of nineteen points, ticians\ managed to squeak out a win Harold Booth added eight points to by a mere five pins and then found his team's score with four field goals, themselves to bowl good scores and The whole team showed a vast Im- make a clean sweep. j provement over their opening game Our hats off department goes to the at Bellport. All in all, it was a great I. M. Young Team this week. Prom I night for the Southold boys. Despite time to time we have taken the boys the disadvantage the Southold squad is for a ride but this week we have noth-' at this season with no home court and ing but praise for Charlie, Harry and being forced to do its practicing in the \Stel.\ In their match last Tuesday Greenport High School gymnasium, these boys really \went to town\ the team has displayed an early sea- against the Yacht Club. With a total son form which makes them an aggre- pinfall of 1668 for the three games gation to be considered a s possible and one game of 640 these boys showed class B champions, which schedule how this game should be played, opens up after the holiday vacation. •Stel,\ with 234 Harry, 219 and Char- The S<*ithold High School second WHISKY Imported Port Straight RYE or BOURBON VINTAGE 1928 2V2 years old Victor Robinet Duggans, Ltd. 79c $1.59 (26 oz.) 3 Quarts $4.49 Compare Value 1 5 39 lie. with 187 in the second game of the ^^^^^^ j^eir second triumph of match swamped the Yacht Club boys ^^^^ a4 1 to 9 win over the and they were never able to recover Center Moriches seconds. \Pink\ Cochran, however, averaged 177, „ „ , and raised his season's \nark to 166. i Pollo^lns the box scores: Robinson and Smith both rolled good SOUTHOLD FIRST TEAM scores but they found last year's cham- \ po pions—shall we say a little over their jj Booth, rf 4 heads—and the result was that the I. p ostroski. If 2 M. Young team has now. advanced c. Walker, if into second place with a three straight j ctetroski, c 9 victory. A. Dlckerson, rg 1 Shop, paced by BUI g skwara, Ig 1 Rafford, is makingr^4!R. ^o*\ lost time h. Wells. Ig and won three more gam^l.'lSt^^®'^ • • — at the expense of Benny's Tavern^8^»li...,_^ 17 who is out for a season average o f ^ T ^ j ^ . ^roRICHBS FIRST TEAM 175, had a total pinfall of 547, includ- — ing one game of 212. The Tavern team A. Johnson, rf is in the midst of a disastrous losing Skinner, rf streak and have now slipped from Schuyler, If 2 1 5 second to fifth place. Edwards, If Some time ago, this department Schumschyn, c 4 8 made prediction as to the final stand- 1 2 4 ing of the teams. We will have to ^ Tuthlll, Ig i i 3 admit tliat we were a little \loco\ as — — — far as our calculations were con- 80 4 2 cerned. With the New Year coming on we arc going to make one more tabulation of the final standing and promise we wont take back anything we say here until the teams prove otherwise. Here goes: 1, nepublican Club; 2, L. I. Traveler; 3, I. M. Young & Co.; 4, Postal Department; 5, South- old Yacht Club; 6, Teddy's Sweet Shop; 7, Benny's Tavern; and 8, Phil Weckesser. 473 486 THREE DUCES AVERAGES 450 450 Tuesday, December 20 A & P TEA CO. H. Pirillo 142 152 T. Grosbour 183 203 W. Foster 179 146 506 450 143 169 158 504 501 SOCONY OIL NO. 1 H. Carlozzi 188 133 T. Urban 148 165 J. Tyler 153 135 470 161 154 154 439 433 Wednesday, December 21 VARIETY TRIO A. Zaveski 191 171 188 R. Clark 215 168 196 J. Binns 188 196 252 469 172 163 195 594 535 636 YANKS R. Poster 191 124 119 E. Baker 174 234 167 B. Mullen 229 224 224 530 193 152 160 594 582 510 EAGLE KOSE CO. J. Nockelin 183 134 S Rouse 153 140 M. Price 156 165 492 439 BUDWEISER I. Barth 189 J. MacAslan 168 168 526 535 THREE SPADES D. Payne 137 172 jS. Verity 157 98 O. Hansen 150 150 505 205 133 157 495 179 171 505 At fh^ top is a model of the New E u l a n d Building for the New Soik World's Fair which o|Mns on April 30,19M. The scene is a typical New Eng- land waterfront with a 135 -foot sailing vessel lying at dock. On one side is a merchant's warehouse; on the other, a two story structure Indicating the Bulflnch contributions to New England arthitecture. ^^ i iiiiililiiililliiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiliiliiiiill m ^ ^ ^ ,, \ and will depict the citrus industry, phosphate mines, animal life a m m i ^ ^ ^ ^ resources and advantages of the state.. At the bottom Is t h e building of the state of Missouri in which will b« •hown the industrial, agricultural and recreational life of the state. LtiAGVE STANDING W. Republican Club 27 I. M. Young & Co 22 L. I. Traveler 21 Postal Depai'tment 20 Benny's Tavern 19 Southold Yacht Club 15 Teddy's Sweet Shop .• 14 Phil Weckesser 6 L. 9 14 15 16 17 21 22 30 Southold Bowling League Highest Individual Score for one Game F. Thompson — 237 Highest Individual Average T. Parashes— 176 Second Highest Individual Average C. Bennett — 168 Highest Team Score for One Game I. M. Young & Co. — 640 Southold Second Team P. Mannweller, rf G. Horton, If J. Tuthlll, IK 2 P. Tyler, If r A. Boergessoh, c 1 C. Grattan, rg 2 C. Jones, Ig 1 6 2 Center Moriches Second Team P. Ryllcki, rf 2 J. Adams, If W. Robblns, If A. Edwards l L. Wilcox, c M. Yaro, c S. Sachak, rg i W. Dayton, Ig i T. Sinnickson, Ig 444 420 GOLDIN FURNITURE CO. A. Goldin 191 140 O. Goldin 187 195 J. Kaplan 155 214 1 9 533 559 Friday, Decemlier 23 R. & H. BREWERY W. Hudson 126 158 W. Binkis 127 161 A. Binkis 177 188 430 E8SO OAS T. Fiore 139 J. Gagen 139 E. Macomber 160 505 151 172 186 Good postures furnish the basis of the dairy Industry, and a new Cornell bulletin tells about pasture improve- ment and management. Single copies are free and may be had from tee New York State College of Agriculture at Ithaca, New York. \Bowl for Your Health\ Four of Best Alleys on East End of Long Island Open for Clubst Parties^ or Team Play Reereation Center JULIUS SCHIAVONI ' 310 Front St. Tel. 695 GREENPORT Home Alleys of the SOUTHOLD BOWLING LEAGUE JAN. 4 7:30 I. M. Young & Co. vs. L. I. Traveler 9:00 Postal Department vs. Teddy's Sweet Shop JAN. 5 7:30 Benny's Tavern vs. Phil Weckesser 9:00 Republican Club vs. Southold Yacht Club 438 509 SOCONY OIL NO. 2 E. Watson 99 95 D. Harris 119 116 M. Litter 122 128 340 338 NICK'S BARBER SHOP N. Martochio 150 150 J. Diller 150 150 H. Bubb 174 182 474 482 LEAGUE STANDING W. R. & H. Bj-ewery 27 Budweiser 23 Yanks 22 Variety Trio 22 Esso Gas 20 Bee Sandwioh Bar 19 Eagle Hose Co 19 Business Men 19 Goldin Furniture 18 Nick's Barber Shop 16 Socony Oil No. 1 13 Three Clubs 11 Three Spades 9 A. & P. Tea Co 8 Socony Oil No. 2 6 Three Duces 6 Bowl For Your Health -At- RECREATION CENTER rrMit St. GBliNrOBI TU. IN JVUVS SOnAVONI, rre».

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