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igg^ The Hot Corner B Y J OHN T. (J ACK )- P ALACE Patchogue Recreation) Director SLOBALL — Last week' s Village SVoball league pitted two un- featod teams in a game termed by m iny as \th e game Com ing t on to p in the thriller wa s the LaBua / . 'Uppers with an «-G victoiv o r Carl & B o b' s . Carl & Bob' s lost no i- ' ine getting to Max Inger- an tall y ing twice in the first stanza on l>iek Kruta s first of two m iers. The Cli pp ers came back in the fi. - st to load the bases with 10 down and scoie only one run. The Bcu ' m i en s cored three i n th e ir.l on . •> sinc-Ie. another homer bv Knit a , an error and a tr i p l e. : Sposata hit a tremendous homer for th:t Clip- :i-s making th e score 5-2. Then in the sixth , the >Si B' s ope ned the door with thr e e err o rs a i w. 1 four ts , good for six runs . . . and the ball <vame. owe ver. tlie game went down to the last _ out , i exceptional catch on a wild throw to i eta re a u iner coming into second. Carl & B o b ' s outhit the Clippers 11 to i) , had le extra base, blows to their two . . . and .out- r oied the Clippers 3 to 1, 1C it I ) continued their surge to a p lay-off idot i th an 11-5 win over the Amvets. Don Sheppt'rd id three hits in four trips to load the attack. One line run was hit in the contest by the Amveits ' ony Quai l rale. Blue Point Laundr y, which has been havin g Jack Palace s p r o blem s thi s y ear , broke out in a rasl i of run s and base hits to ipple the Pythians 21-8. Wally Sullivan ' s four hu ts , and homers by one Perry and Pete Auster were too much for the Pythians. Sam e ldman hit two homers for the vanquished , his lirst and second of le year. Another slugfest at Shorefront park was waged between the TW and Span Ams with the Span Ams chalking up their first i ctory of the year by a 15-12 margin. In the lapt few weeks , the pan Ams have been playing the best ball in the 1 league . Recently, he y made both the Clippers and Carl & Bob' s .sweat out seven in- in g games. They don ' t have a chance to finish . in the top eight earns , but if they continue their aggressive p lay,, they will be a Jiigh team in the lower bracke t. As a prelude to a team party, the Peoples Ba k nk worked up a hi i sty appetite by downing- Sweze ' y-Newins 17 to 1. Of 10 base hits y the Bankmen , 11 went for extra bases. Round-trip^ers were struck >¦ Ed Hug hes , Larry Musso and Jack Condon . The unset of the week gave a 16-2 nod to !3) ibre club over Jl earview-Kiala. Eddie Nowicki disp layed hidden po wer and hidden .peed. Nowicki hit two homers and this at spacious - Paragon! Swan Cleaners reached the .500 mark with a 15-7 win over Jlue P oint Fire department. Fred Boeekel and Ed Bottle hit homers or Swan and Jim Week s hit one for the Firemen . * * * * BITS BEGGED 'N BORROWED — BPFD havi n g a rough \ go \ in Sl oball League . Firemen were pegged to do better . . . I' m piring of Clipper-Car] & Bob' s Sloball fra y to be commended. Chri s Xewlinm ' s game-ending call was of the \l>ang>-bang \ va- ri ety . . . Overlooked last week was the Country Village 11-10 win over undefeated Oscar ' s Allevs in PRD. TAVERN LEAGUE — Also in Tavern lea gue news is the change D f Club Gat l o ' s to Lon g Island Cigarette Service . J ack Rear d on ;aking over managerial reins . . . Dancing and p ing p<»nj? takin g a sa ck seat to the new magnetic baseball game and thb new (this R-eek! marble football game . . . Patchogue Music Cenler has two ' make-up \ games in the week of June 22. Therefore , possible that 'Bi g Eight \ l eague for second half will be doubtful unV.il June 24. S chedules for second half will go out as soon as league formations a te known . . . One of the activities to be presented in the summer ol aygrnund program by the Patchogue Recreation department , will be tr ampoline fun. .Another PRD fu st . . . Blame the 'i v e ather on that f ootball score for the South Shore-Four Seasons .Sport Shop gam e . B a ll b e in g w e t is one thing but when you can ' t sue it , thill' s somethin g else. F or two innings , the James Tavern- B & B game looked like a li ght alfair. Then B & B broke loose in a rash of hits and runs to win 12-11 . S ounds like a runaway but it wasn ' t . Town Lino got back . in the winning ways with a 12-1 verdict over Long Island . Ci g a i ette I' ompany. Joe Antanacci homered for Town Line as did Mike Savino. Cruise Inn went down to defeat again at the hands of the front- runn e r s , Oscar ' s .Alle y s . Surprise someone far away TELEPHONE TODAY It costs so little . . . near or far. For example: PATCHOGUE TO NORFOLK , VA. — 80c For the first 3 minutes , S ta tion to Station , every ni ght after 6 and all day Sunday. Plus 10% tax. SPORTS BRIEFS PATCHOGUE REC. DEPT. SloBall League Carl & B ob' s <t>> ; Clippers (S) AB R H i AB R H Limit 4 o l iGianotti 4 1 1 Meyer 4 I V Rosters 4 l ;> Huilak 4 1 l;Spusalo :i 2 I Ki-uta X 2 2; Koch I il \ Amur..sin :i 1 l! .\duniM ;{ (l <i l' alui c :t l 2; Pfcuzfr 2 1 1 I ' lir.U' :' . .1 1 llolnniuist :; u i lar.H'i 'i :t ll 1 Still ;| ! ;; Cross ;i II il Pliitzer 1 II I) Mottflt :i ll 1 Sat 'listem 1 i (I InpL-rman :i 1 I! Totals :I:I i; n: Totals 2s s ;i C * 11 - 2ii:l on l il (i Clippers - - 101 lillO x—s K & 1> III) ; Amvets (5) „ , A H K II AB R H /ii-nkiT 4 0 2 - Drnkf 2 0 0 CottfYH' ,1 .( o Il Lou.la \ ll o II. Dt'la ' niu- 4 2 2 Quatrale 4 1 1 Shi-ppm.l 4 :i a Perry 4 1 •> AHons l i i Wilso n :t i o J. DO.II ' KIIV 2 2 2 All.in 4 ] i Wsirhhn 4 1 2 linker 4 1 2 Uavis 1 il ii; Cite o \ \' ••lis :l (I Il lVniltv :i il i Smith 4 1 1 DtAVi. 'k 2 ll l K»<>I> 3 1 li Smith :l 0 1 HydiT :i il ll Tutala 3il 11 1, - ,; Totals 3-1 r> 12 K & D — — 22:1 (120 2- 11 AMVKTS 000 005 0-- 5 Pjlliinns (81 B. P. Laundry (211 AB R 11 AB R II llrcckstein 4 0 O Sirinnni 4 4 :l Berke 4 1 2 |Sullivun 5 :\ 4 FoMninn 4 3 ' .lll.olpttano 4 2 3 Lcseht'il 3 1 2\ Minardi 5 2 2 Oki'» :! tl li Perry 4 12 Silverman 3 0 OlMusvr 4 12 Al.riss 3 0 0 Trotter 4 0 0 Ksitz 3 1 li Auster 4 2 2 Holdt 3 1 llWoitns 4 2 1 Richards 3 1 3 Nathan 4 4 3 Totals 33 S l:i| Totals 42 21 22 Pythians 100 301 3— S IS. P. Laundry 170 4G3 x—2 1 STANDINGS \This \ League W L K & D 5 0 Peoples 5 1 Amvets 3. 2 Salne 3 3 Swan 3 3 Clearview-l- 'iala 2 3 H. P. I'iie Dept 1 4 Swezey 0 G \That\ League W I. LaBua 6 0 Carl & Hob' s r, ] H. P. Laundry 3 3 Men ' s Clnli 2 2 PatchoeAie Music 2 2 S.-an Ams l 4 Pvlhians 1 4 VFW 1 5 Tavern League W I. R & tt B 1 Oscars 5 1 Town Line 4 2 .lames Tavern 4 9 Country Villae/p 3 3 L. 1. CiKaiette Co 2 4 Cruise 1 5 Kuppers 0 6 BROOKHAVEN TOWN REC. SIo-Ball Lea gue N. It. A. A. ( II I Hneeianon (171 A» R Hi AB R II '<>¦\» 3 2 i n,mo 1 3 11 Hassett 4 (I I ' ll , lufi. -o 4 I :' . Lowe 3 11 I f;,- , ,.,,, 2 II 11 Cioi.khite 4 11 2 C. Sfani 4 3 \ l- ' nrren 3 II 1 I'ic 'im.i 4 3 3 \eady 2 ll i;.I . Kellv 4 2 2 limine. 2 0 <l .1. Palermo 1 I) 1 H. Clark 1 II II; K. Palermo I (I 2 Calls,. 2 1 0 Scavelli 4 1 2 I- 'ayu.n 3 n (I v. Kelly 4 1 1 C. Clark 1 1 11 DiDoiial., 2 (I 2: Stnnions 1 11 l ' ; McCourt 2 (I (li Totals 33 4 111! Totals 3- , 17 7}, Safeway Illdrs. (171 BKIIV F. I). (71 AH It II All It II Waters II (1 ll F. Vitale 4 0 I tiluckert r, 2 3:Kiviat\ski 4 0 (1 Ma.leriiM T. 1 2 Cray 4 2 3 Avitabile 3 2 2 lluniski 4 3 1 Nelson f> 3 3 Winters 3 II 2 Fox 4 1 2' Sivcs 3 (I 1 DcCjuarto r> 3 I ' VM.-mi '' ., 1 1 N.uri f, 1 O-Srheil.e! 3 1 1 Hansen ft 2 2 ' Aiic..na J I) 11 O'llrion 0 II 0; Harrow 1 1 1 Itiamonto 3 2 1' .lolinsoli 1 II 0 Alvarei 3 il L Vaecnru 2 11 Burke 1 0 li! Totals 44 17 2u; Totals 33 7 12 Rackets A. C. (IS1 IIKIIV Police (221 AB R I P AB R I I I' l-ice II (l II IJaniels r, 3 3 Sweeney 2 1 1 Somuier C, 3 4 Thomson 3 1 1 L.Mleslru fi 1 1 Kohle r. 2 :s!Kiivinii !> 4 4 Caiman T, 3 3:Smith 5 1 2 Dolioherty r. 3 I Carroll 5 3 1 Foririone .1 3 4 ' Hal. ' r. it 5 3 3 Mnher 2 1 FC. Ili.iwn 5 2 3 Semikcn 3 1 I) Coiti.wski 3 1 2 Wa.lsworth I 0 11 ' Ileirnan 2 1 1 Duly 4 1 2 ! .I. llrown r, 0 3 O.leimatt 5 1 2! Kelch 1 (1 Hi Ctiei riera 4 1 2i Ketl.Timm 1 0 1! Henry 3 0 1! Totals 4'J IS 24' ' Tolals Dl 22 27 STANDINGS W L nrookhaven Asphalt . ') 0 Hro..khaven Police . .. 2 I Haiicini. -.n F. I). 2 1 Safewav P.uilders 2 1 Rockets A. C. .2 1 PatehoKiu- Moose 1 2 Itr.Hiklinven F. I). 1 3 N . li. A. A. . . .03 Read th e classified columns in section two. Act quickly for best r esults. —Adv. Biz Loop Continued from P. 2 , this section pair in the f ourth and one mon in the sixth. In the third with one out , Effie Yost walked and Jerry Zimlin ghaus was safe on an error Pitcher Charlie Bratisax th en delivered b oth runners with a double. With one away in the fourth, singles b y George Zi tnlinp;haus and John Masem , a run produ c in g double b y Mike Kanieri and a s corin g fl y ball b y Yost made it 7-3. A tri ple by Ma sem and an in- field out produced the final tall y in the sixth. South Sh o re rallied for thr e e in the seventh but fell two s h y o f ty in g the score. An error , a walk hit bat sman and hits by Larry Manlon and Ru s so were the bi g blows. By beating t he lea g ue leader s , it marked Br atisax ' s first triunipl over the Dredgers since lie started playing in the Biz loop in 11)57 Ma sem was the leading hitter of the constest with a single , d ouhli and triple in four trips , raising his average to .IliIS , fif t h b es t in the league. La st Thursday ' s skirmish be- tween Carl oi Bob' s ami Sybelle Carpets was decided after the second inning as ihe Bobmeii s cored all th e ir run s at thi s p o in t o f the g ame . Pete Newliam opened the game with a walk and advanced to third on Clarence Maler ' s single. A fly to cenler b y Ed Beehe scored Newliam while Maler crossed the [ date on Sieve Musso ' s single. Five more scored in (he second as the Bobmeii wrapped il^ third win in six decisions. A base on b a ll s and f o ur bit s in c ludin g a double by Musso and another sacrifice fl y by Beehe did the damage. Losing pitcher I.en Ciardelli pitched scoreless ball the ic. -t ol the wav. allowing only three sing les. The hits were by Red Cai'sleii in the third. Lou Pl ' iufl e in the fourth and Bub Brouwcr in th e fif t h. S y bd' e scored once in the sec- ond, two in the fourt h and one more in the seventh. A walk t» Dav e B a rb o ur , the first of three singles b y B obby Budd and an in- field out scored the fust run . Budd singled with one away in the fourth and scored on a double bv Nick Decillas. Decillas con- tinued to third as left fielder I.ou Pfeifle threw wild to the plate. He then scored as Tony llel.eva was out attempting to steal second. Joe .M artin scored the final Carpet men run in tlie seventh. With one out , h e and J o hnn y F e r- rante drew walks and each ad- vanced a notch on a wild p itch. Martin then sein ed mi a fl y ball b p George Petinpulos . The game June 1) between Gr over Lumber and Four . Seasons took three hours and 15 minutes to p l ay with th e Lum be rm e n g ain- ing th eir third win in six starts. Thev are also tied for third p lace with Carl c v B o b' s . Th e Lumbermen started with a bang b y scoring f mir in ihe first and six more ill the secninl (o take a Id-:! lead. Slowly bin suiel y. the . \ ¦ ' purl -men fought back. ' The y lallie.) two in ihe -econd , three in the foiirib and lie ,) the score al 11-11 wi! h another cliis i, r of ! line in ihe ixih. In th e seventh . Ihe Lumbermen outs, -ore,I then - rivals throe to one to lake the contest . Winning pitch , ' .- v. - . -i. - Mik e Morelli and the loser Step h ani. M orelli had a tri p le and singh in five tr.ps lo lead ihe Lumber- men hitters . Mike Mingino and Al It kin each bad a pair of similes . For Four Season. - , it was Schoo- ler again with three sineles to lead the attack . This evening Carl ,v Bob' s will face South Shore with Grover Lumber meeting Sy belle Carp els tomorrow night . Monday is :,r open dale with action resuming Tue . - 'dny with A A- I* M a s „ „ s taking on Grover. All games start at S:. '!il . Four Scanons (Fi t South Shore (111 All l< II AH R V. Ilieili ,, . .- I .. ' 1 ll llii-il , - ,, . ,. -I 2 I Ski.lino •¦ . If 4 II 'I Ali i' ilsi iiie .II. .. ' 3 2 OI-.-ii If 1 I) n Tl ..- .I!. .-! I 1 - . ' Selia..r.'1' . ss :. I 3 T.'.le¦ .' .. si 2 I 1 M ,, ili- . 3I, 3 2 1 (• .. .- - .¦nli , :!l,.p :i 1 2 Ciiriah- P.if ' ¦ ' . 1 'i Itiiss,, . - .!, I 1 2 H ,, !lMianii. ,f .1 ' .! ' .! II. , Inn-- - . if 1 I 1 Kii.lrni..rf 1 2 1 (\ke .ill . cf . 2l. 1 3 n Slephimi p 1 U 1 NV' .i hni-i p 1 I' o I.ol,ich l( v . 21, 3 2 1 U,„ .n.'V. lf 2 I 1 Kelt mn n , 11, I I u Totals 31 13 Id Tola Is 2'l I I 12 4 I- ' r S' - ' s Set- ( lei - 'Ml '!\ .. ' 0 13 HI >' So SI (' K II \21 431 • II 12 I Ciii - inl. . S ' IFPIIANI if, , ami V . Iln-ilio . Ncvlaoo I'OSSl- ' .NTl . - . I in, .I ll . Ilirilio Curl & Rob' s '71 SUicllc Carpets Mi All l( II AH K II N' c' . cl.alll . 's 3 2 II Marl ill 31, :• I I. Ma I,'i s- I :' V Fori 21. 3 'I <i M,.,l„, 3h I ll o I' .-tiop ' II, 3 n 0 Mll-o. ef 3. I '' - It\!' I - . ' I '> « I'f,.ill,. If 1 II 1 llailcin .lf 2 1 (I Iliil ' ,,l,li- 31, 3 u o l!i|.|.!.rf 3 1 3 III- IIU ' IT II. ' ¦ ' . 1 I ll- ill. , - if 3 1 2 C IJ I H if 3 II 1 11. I. , vas < :' . <l II f' a\ .l.-n .|. \ . 1 2 ' ,,!, ' , I , l.i p 2 'I 'I M, Ciniio . 's P I 'I II a-Tiei i.. -v 1 0 <> Tola ' s ' . ''; 1 \ ' T' -' al - - \ . I •. I,. |' - „line,| for Ciai. ' .l!. II, 7th . f' i,, -l tt II..I. ' - :' ' . 'i '\\I u 7 0 1 Svl .•:' .. C aip. ts mo - . 'nil 1 I r, 1 CAKSVTI- 'N M.Cio... . I . nii.l Miil.-r - . ClAltDLI.I I ai . 'l l!.,i' .-\ <; AM I -: ( IF J1M-: in: So . Shoi\ ' ' A. ' Il I ; \l :; ' ' ¦ > ' • I A * P Mi \1 ' 3'U ,. - i; ii P. -., oil liltll. l.l.ll , ' , :,iel InVilio : IIRA ' IISAX ai. , 1 I! Ziiobio -ha ,., CAMF HI' MM: 'l: I ,,- ,, . . , ,- I. ionI,. r |i:n 'I 'm 3 11 HI 3 !¦ ' , ;- ¦' . . . - - p .- ' - ,,- - . \ ' a. ' I 13 - - . Cilioni , MOKIU.I.I ' . ' I rii'l I'l .in . SI I'l- PIIAM aiel I II:. ' , I.., SI AM/IX' .S W 1. P.I. Sou 'h Shoo- <' ,v ll li I . :- • ' , ' A A !' M.i- , - .. • ' / I ? ' ' ¦ l ai-l a ol ll. i. ' s ¦' , 2 . .Vi'l Cl o- ,,. i I. N.ol.. - . - 3 3 . r. 'l'l I ,,1,, H.- o-.\ . spoil- , ceiee- ¦' . r, .:' - . , -;,h. a.¦ r- i,,, ,,. . . ii ii .ooo in TOP llll! Fits IM „ . . - ¦ ¦¦ , ' li I'-1, 331 ] \ . ' /. ' , ' „ ,ill.I\ - ' ¦ ' ' - . . '' \ M: ' !' ' . Vhl,l/IN.. . I . e... , I. .,,, . . ., , . . - i Mlo.'lii ' . A K- V Ma or.' , ¦ - \ . '^ I I,...I,,. . Tail K II ,, I. ' , . . 'lol llil-llio , So.Ilh Shore 33V' ilalur , Carl & llol/u — .3J;l BOWLING Patchogue Bowling Center M^ onday Mixed League Lea gue Leaders: Dulfiu s and In- dian s , ii-:;. Hi g h g ame , men: Paul Lindsay, 12on; women , Jeanne Sliaber , 2W. High series, nun: Paul Lindsay, (!0ii ; women . Dot Uii-minghani , -Itid. High team. Gossers . SOS. High series . Indi a n s , 2;!SS. Games over J0(l , m en: Paul Lind- say, 255: J ohn Connell y, HIS; Tom Man-i on , 'JO 4; John Koccklein , 2<>: ! ; Les Joseph , J(Hi; Bob Lindgi'en , 20(1 . Games over KiO. w o m e n: J e anne Shaber , lillil; Dot Birmingham. IX ] , Ida; Fve Koccklein , Itil. v ¦¦ ' ¦ - * Tuesday Men ' s League League Leader: Beatniks, fl- . 'i. High game: Jolm Poach , 2: 12. High series: Ken Hedge , 5711. High team: Cavemen , Mi7. High series , Cavemen , 1M' _ 'S. Games over 1:10: John Roach. L' . 'iL ' ; Ken Hodge , 210 , 21( 1; Joe Koccklein . 2(1:1 ; Walter Ilutchiiis , 20:1; Gen. Davison , I' . i.V , Rich Long, l ilt) ; Lou Rogers , K' 2. :;, :{: A: Wednesday Men ' s League League Leader: Roecklein. M-li. High game: John Franco . 22!. Hi g h . -cries: John Franco , 7a 1. High team: Wa.sh , 57' .h Hig- h series: Roecklein , 1221. Games over 20(1: John Franco , 221. 2(1 1: Bill Walsh . 21C ; B o b drown , 2U ( i; .lay Leskuwicz , 207. Tliursflay Mixed Lcatrue League l. i aders: Five S peeds Balls and Dutch Treat- , li- . 'i. High game , w oiin n , Flo Porter . 175. High sei ies , men: Herman Brand , 550; w o men , Flo Porter , Kid. Hi gh team: :> hits & 2 misses , S5i. Hi g h seri e s: 3 hits & 2 misses , 2-ISO. Gam es over 200: John Michalica. 201 ; Mike Kellv , 2 01 ; Herman Brand , 200. Games over KiO , Flo Porter , 175; Grace Woigel , 107; Be tty Clcary, 107; Arline Weeks. 100; Barbara Brand , KM. * * * Thursday Mixed League , June 4. Hi gh game , m en: Alike Kelly, 222; women , Annette Guada g niu o , 177. High scries , m en: Ken Hodge , 57S; women , Fl o Porter, 4-12. Hi gh team: Mixers , 847. 11' gh series , P at. Iron Works , 2PS4. G ames over 100. men : Mike K ellv. 222; Ken Hod\; . 201 , i!t!>; Bill M ollitt , l Uil; (\has Keller , 1 0 1. Gaines over KiO , w o m e n: Ann e t- t e Gu. 'idagiiino , 177; Arline Weeks , 102 ; Grace Weigel , l til. BOATING RIFF •\ IXlLl _ IANU ZZ I .Jl %^sb^e **** % «^ , • - BREAKING OUT VERY OFTEN IT IS DIFFICULT TO BREAK OUT YOUR ANCHOR FRO M A ROCKY BOTTOM. CIR. CLE THE ANCHOR SLOWLY , KEEPING A STRAIN ON THE LINE. THE ANCHOR WILL PROS. ABLY COME LOOSE AT SOME POINT. A RING BUOY OVER YOUR ANCHOR WILL PERMIT YOU TO PULL IT DIRECTLY UPWARD IF ALL OTHER EF- FORTS FAIL TO BREAK IT L00SE - ' A-lfc Rookies Drop Continued from page 2, this section following week when they host the Central Isli p Giants in a double header. Game time is 1 ; '' . , {) at the I'llS di a m o nd. West llnhyloti ( \ I Pnlrh.ii'ue (<i ) All 11 II All It II A.Fit '. 2 1 n I.a ' oore . lf . 31, .( 0 1 S, h' l.i ' hel .if . ' . 1 II Kor. -IH if ' _ > II 11 Ho i,i,an . Hi 1 I 3 II;,I- ., ,. -, .11, .1 II o y.. ./n..a 'Jl, :: 1 (i T...I.- :., -o . .:i, ,p :i 1 « p.-iiilio, f L' I I li i.¦«- , .- I 2 :> . I). I.ur , •;,. <- :t il ll Caiolli, 3l, .1 1 1 Hi Coi. -ia. lf o (, |, J. ,.,,.,-,,„, .,.f : . n 7 ll.-ll 3 ,1, ¦> I) II . Ueuf. T . ss - 1 1 11 K.¦!, I,, -,i n . 3.1, 1 » i H,,si - ,,ll.p.If 1 (I 0 I.anr, -li P 1 ' i. (i Ciipl.eii.il 1 0 (l o-llo.l.l I I 1 i.lolieil .p II 0 II Toialt : M \ 1 Totals :' M « (; a Sinrl. 'l for Crippeii in lit h W. - .l lli.hvl.Mi ' . '\I I'M 17 4 ^ l' . -.i, -li,,pii,. nun 2ni tl r, r, :t I.AN ' CI-: N IIIM I tie!.or:. : llos.otl . Te.l.-'i - , - ,, il. Pes...II 12) Crippeii M| JUNKH ,;, ai., 1 Hrew Went Hulivlun 'I'l l I' ulrhoitil*. (Il A I! It II' All It [I K. 1,-1,at.. . 3,1. T, t I t.aV.' . lf ,'f , 'ih 2 (I (I S.h' io-her if :i 2 I li'l\-l« . i- !i 0 1 |!,,.„l,al, Hi 1 I ' .! Ilalv.-rioll.lh 4 II I /. ¦-/.mm. ' .!!) t I ;l - T.,l,-o-„ . - .(l, 11 0 Ii i' ,. i , iii ,, . ,r i II i iio.,,,ii . ,r i ii II ' ;.- ..rrit ii . e :; n n iii- .i' .-f •>. <i n Di i' or.'iii.lf I 1 (i W... l, s . lf I (I ll \.l,.it s< :t 1 il Ciniilli;:)) :i 1 2 li.-ll If '1 I) 1 l\ |ers,.a ,-f.if 3 (I ll 11, [, ;,,rn. r 1 1 'I l(, IsS :t II II Pom-el ,P 3 1 1 Uml.l .li :i :i 2 ITohin.p ll II 0 T, ,.!i i, ¦ ' - . ' 10 in 1 T I .I H I B ¦'(: :i il V. \ ' Hnl.vli.ii 'I'll '117 1 Id Id 2 p„i, hoi'.io fill run n ¦! i; r, l'lll'i 'Kl, :i ii.l Cooirii. l).-l.i,i- .ii if.) ; lll'III ) Toliin IV i ami llol-er. Senior League to Open Town Rec. Committee Doings: B y Win 01ms SEXIOR BASEBALL — The Brookhaven Township Senior base- ball season will be ushered in tomorrow night beneath the lights of th e Centereach Recreation diamond as the Gordon Heights nine cross hu ts w i t h Ka y Bindone ' s Centereach cloutcrs . Spectators for the Bi .ii) Senior inaugural will include Town Supervisor Petey Kaynor , Town Recreation Chairman Chief Kdward N. Bridge , T own Recrea- tion l>irecuir Pete Poulos . the Recreation committee and other town the presence of the Centereach Fire department band and the all-girl band representing the Med- ford aiea. Girl and Boy Scout troops from the mid-island communities have aiso accepted invi- tations to attend to hel p commemorate the occa- sion . Both team managers , Bindone from Center- each and Wil son Swinton from Gordon Hei ghts have strong squads and the game ' s o ut c ome is liitl i cult to predict. The major point of interest as far as tlie Centereach side of the iiictuie is concerned is bow lefty Bill Fl e i ge l will f a re n o w that h e i s t o ilin g in th e S e ni o r Cla ss . '• Bull e t Bid\ l ed Centereach to the Junior division title in P. lfiS and man y of th os e wh o ate f a mili a r with th e pitching capabilities of the slender southpaw feel c onfident that the will prove to be equall y effec- tive p itchin g in the hi g her cla ss . Win Olms TRX PINS BOWLING CHAMPS — Lik e a thoroughbred race h orse which paces itself for the home stretch run . th e teen age Ten Pin s made a great spurt in the final stage of the Mastic B owling league race to move from fourth place to first and by so doing s e c ure the ea s t end bowling cham p i o n s hip f or the cur- rent year . Thi s accomplishment for the newl y crown ed champs , was p articularl y satisfying for never once during the ent ire s e ason did the y * occup y th e l ea d po s ition . During the first half of the cam paign they floundered among the second division contend- ers sinking as low as seventh a.t one stage of the season. Follow- in g the Ten Pins in the final standings were the Hobos and the Gut l erball s in that ord e r . J oe Weynand , as sistant to Pete Poulos in the Ma s tic area , has arranged to secure trophys for the mem- bers of the first three team s . Trophies will also be presented to Kich y Johnson of the Crests for rolling a high game of 210 and t o runner-up Joe Montalto of the Pinlieads who marked a 233. Frank Vog eli of the Pawns will be presented a trophy for high avera ge of 111 as will Tony Costagliola who posted a 136.5. The presentations will be made at a l eague party to be held at the M astic Lanes on June 2S. Members of the Town Kecreation c ommittee and other town officials have been extended invita- tions to be present . * * * * SLO-RALL ROUND UP — The Brookhaven Asphalters , thanks to th e Town Police who defeated the Rockets A. C. Friday night, are n ow sole occupants of first pdlaee in the North Bellport loop. Th e league leaders had a close call against the Patchogue Moose as th ey fought off a Moose rall y in the final inning to win 11 to 9. The league ' s most improved team appears to be Bill Strano ' s hammering Hage inianites who have blistered enemy hurlers for 50 runs in the last tw o games . The North Sh ore loop have to date been playing games resulting in far fewer runs than the local league. This of course could indicate one of two things — cither the North Bellport le ague ent rants are stronger offensively or the teams on the North side of the Island play a tighter defensive game . Leading hitters f or each team to date include: Dick Gray, Brookhaven F. D., .727; Al C a rman , Ro c k e ts A. C , .711; Buddy Fuoco . Ha g erman , .M. 'l; Frank B e Quarto , Saf e way Builders , .583; Frank Ij oilestro , Brook- h aven Police , .572; Bud C orwin. Brookhaven Asp halt , A G 2; T o ny Orsino , Patchogue Moose , . ' A ' A ' A a mi K < 1 Bassett o f the NBAA , .300. John Dougherty, Rockets A. C. first sacker . leads Buddy Fuoco of Hagerman in the total bases department, 2' A to 22 . The h e avy f og which shrouded the field Friday night made it difficult for the outfielders and was the contributing factor toward the high scoring affair put on by the Police and Rockets. The NI1AA has one of the fin est outfielders in the league in Joe Ryan . J oe pulled down seven w ell tagged drives off the bats of the Brookhaven Asphalt last week. Th e league is studded with fine fielding shortstops with Ray Mac- Lean , Rud y Avitabile and Frank Scavelli (not necessarily in that order) leading th e parade. Defensive gem of the week was turned in b y Bud C orwin who went lo the third base side of second to back hand Bill Han so n ' s grass cutter and rob the Mouse hurler of a base hit with an off balance throw t o lirst. Th e importan c e of d e f e n s e i n slo-ball can be be illustrated b y th e fact that, the Asp halters , the only undefeated team in the league , although fifth in team batting are out in front in the defense department having committed only six mis- cues in games played to ' date . Police are handicapped b y th e f a ct , t h a t s ki ppe r S e r gea nt H a l Smith f i nds it . diffi c ult t o fi e ld the s a me team each week due to the gendarmes alternating duty shifts on the foice. Tea m managers are reminded that additions can no longer be made to team rosters . Deadline date was June 15 . Due to space limitations here on the sports page it may not. he possible to include all o f the we e l i ' s box scores in each weekly edition . Schedule for the week has the Brookhaven Fire department and the NBAA meeting t onight with each team looking for their initial win . Tomorrow evening the Patchogue Moose will host the Pockets A. C. M onday it will be the Brookhaven Police and file Patchogue Moose , and on Tuesday the Brookhaven Asphalt shoots for win number four against the Brookhaven Fire department. Patchogue Bay Power Squad' s Picnic Is Rainy The Pa t c 1, o p; u e I? :v Pow-r S. r - ' ; , . . ... . . .: . .. - at. Davis Park last. .Satunlay, but b ec au se o f th e r a iny weath e r the att endance was at a minimum. At about IKIIO hours (li p. in. to the landlubbers , ), the s k i e s cleared up f or a short time which enabled Ihe cooks to start, the charcoal braziers going to broil the steaks , but just, as the last, serv- ings were made , the skies opened up and everyone made a dash for cover. It again cleared at approxi- mately 1!). '!(! hours and cake and coffee were served. Th e die hard sijuadronites and families who attended were Com- m. 'indi r and Mrs. John L. Barry; Ll. Commander and Mrs . P. Gar o- f alo; First Lt. Krwin Sal/.er and fiyiiily; Past Commander George W ag n e r a nd famil y; P ast Com- mander Kdward Schwingc and fa- mily; Past Commander Josep h Cherubini and nephew; Lt. and Mr s. Hay Smith; Lt. Harold Bil- lard and f amily; 1.1 . Kay Cabre; Lt. H erman DcCastro and family; Lt. Ral ph Wil cox and fiancee; Lt. and Mrs. Charles Smith; Charles Yux and family; Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Aekerly; Mr. and Mrs. J ohn Frasher: Mr. and M rs. John Vaiidervcgt ; Kurt I la vis and fa- mily; Milton Reeve and family; . 111 Abranis and family; Kd- ward Reams; Terry Ilallock and A. .lost and son. Gu ests who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Hawley; Mr . and Mrs. George Raft and Mr. and Mr s. Norman Bassett . R ead The Patchogue Advance f or live news and where and what to huy.—Adv . z&s&r \- /j N ^5»t- -v-^- - - ^ — iBf i f ^^^m-^&y&m • 26' CUSTO M SKIFFS • 14' - 19' CRUISERS INC • BOAT TRAILERS : o: \You ' re in Good 1 lands When You Boat With BoV : o: BOB RITCHIE'S BOAT YARD 168 West Avenue , Patchogue :: GR 5-1 609 L . W. TERRELL CUE*I I Kerosene OilEiLL Fuel Oil Tei. G Rover 5-0210 Chapel A T *. A L.I.U.K. Pttchom* ^^^^ K America 'Takes to the Water. JJ^T j Hw \IT DOESN'T COST A CENT TO INQUIRE - - - •* ( *&£m IT MAY COST YOU THOUSANDS NOT TO KNOW\ j I ^HUGHES & STILL Inc.! Wr\*mS$ Route 25 » Centereach JUniper 5-8048 I +i*wm**^mi>4m *i*w^t*wBA*m *<*mm<>€Bm *»*m *>mmx>wM>Qw»4>wm *owW*^^ I'ATCHOGl; K BIX. J )El»T. SloBall League v T oday — Pythians v's . Men ' s club, Shorefront; C'learvu'w-Fiala v s. Amvets , I' araj-on . M onday-Wednesday — Makeup games. * * * i Tavern L eague Sunda y—Town Line vs. Oscar ' s , Sh orefront; Rappers vs. James- Tavern , Paraxon; Gatto vs. B&B , St. Fran cis; Cruise vs. Country Villa ge , Pat chogue High school fi eld. + * * BIZ LKAGL ' K Today — Carl & B oh' s vs. South Sh o re , Sh o refr o nt , night game . Tomorrow—Syhelle vs. Glover Sh o refr o nt , ni ght game. Tuesday — Grover vs . A&P Shor efront , ni ght game. W ednesday — South Shore vs . Syh e lle , Sh o refront , ni ght game. Bring in your en gagement an- nounced for publicati on in the Society Section , and at the same time ask to see our new styles of wedding invitations or announce- ments , moderatel y priced , quick delivery. The Patchogue Advance. —Adv. T HIS WEEK IN SPORTS A drum corps contest , sponsor- ed hv the Scldon Cadets , will lie held at. 2 u. in. July '' , at the I' at- chnglie lli;/ h s- cli o.,1 field. The c.nf est is upon to junior maicliin/ and maneuvering groups , and evpect eil to compete are such ton N' cw .li'i' -i\ , ' corps a-: St. . Vin- cent ' - , I ' ndeln of llav.nine , St. I. lie. ' ; of N' ovc. 'irk , G arfield . ' udets - of Gmfiol d , I' ntter . -riii Cadets and the Woodsidcr. -; id' N' e' .v. ' i rl;. When your engagement up- ;i::irs in The Patchogue Advance is the time for you to examine our display of Wedding station- ery. The Patchogue Advance , 20 Medford Avenue. —Adv. Selden Cadets to Back Drum Corps Tourney EXCURSIONS to Bridgeport , Conn. Steamer \CATSKILL \ LEAVES POUT JEEPERSON , L. I. Call POrt Jefferson 8-0286 BRIDGEPORT and PORT JEFFERSON STEAMBOAT CO. SUMMER S CHEOl'LE 11159 Jun e 19th lo Sept. 11th I,< 1 IH f l.fiivr Tort .IcfliTtson lirfffui 'f wirf ' ~~ 7: ' I'* u. in. 9:4.1 a. m. I); iiJv I li : I ; \ * p. m. ' J:it\ p. ni. .Will p. m. 7: »0 p. m, Kxtrn trip SundnvH Ac Liihor tony ti ., , , .. fixrept '':t' *¦• m' !1 *r' l1> m - Sunday, Sepl . i,lli > itATKK I' /iNHfj uf ir Kiilcr Inrludc Tax One Way %\. A \\ Hound Trip Siime Day only fcxrcpl Sunday-, and Ifniidiivri 82.00 Round Trip U.ood any I ' m**) . II* .HO Children from 1 to 11 yearn Hnlf I' nrc Automobile* 'Including Driver i-— li (l e- per 1i <it ur frat-thin thereof. MeitKUi'fni«ti(b—o\er;i!I. Schedule Subject lo Change without Notice. AH Oaten InHuttfvc. Hon™ Shown Art Daylight, Having; Time PRELUDE TO DOUBLE— *iC rier. C enter Moriches Hifih hurler , read i e s f o r pitch which he sent screamin g down line f o r two-b aKirer in Class ii playoff game with Kings P ark, at Pati -h oRue June 8. Center Moriches lost Ihe same and championship by a score of 5- . 'i-

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