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The Hot Corner Bv J OHN T. (J ACK ) P ALACE Patchogue Recreation Director By Jack Palace SLOBALL — At this wilting the Village Recreation department Slob;, 1 !! league has just about completed its first half. Six rain-out frames and a postponement will complete this half' s p lay tonight. Last week' s games held some significance for the leaders of the loop. At Paragon. Blue Point Laundry was to have tangled with the front-running LaBua Clippers. At the end of two stanzas the score was knotted at one ap iece. This game will be played tonight at Paragon. And it ' s an important match for both teams. For the Laundrymen , it could mean a spot in the \Bi g Eight\ for the second half . For the Clippers , a win would in- sure a p lay-oif berth. A loss would mean a tie with Carl it Bob' s necessitating a p lay-off for first half leadershi p. The Anivets won a bi g one with a 9-2 win over Clearview-Fiala. The victory enabled them to fin- ish in their league ' s first division , g iving them \Big Eight\ distinction. Amvets Don Smith re- ceived credit, for the victory and led both teams in hitting - with 3 for 3. K & D finished out a defeatless half with an 18-0 count over Blue Point Fire department . Bernie Ryder assumed the role of slugger with a 3 for 4 Jack Palace night , including a homer. Herb Zenker and Murray Gottfried ot tnt victors each had four hits in five trips. Carl & Bob' s enjoyed a 13-6 win over the VFW ten. The home- run 'hitters , Dick Kruta and Al Hudak , hit back-to-back four bag- gers in the third. Sam Zito homered for the Vets and Tony Man- nino garnered a 3 for 3 with a double and a trip le . Short-front park offered the game with the most color and spec- tator enthusiasm of the week , and perhaps any week. We speak of the Pythians-Men ' s club encounter . The game could be classified as a \ grudge battle \ in that no two teams wanted to win a game so much. At the same time , no two teams , with such strong desire to win , disp layed such fellowship. After a combined total of 29 hits and 23 runs , the Pythians garnered the lion ' s share of runs and hits , giving them a 13-10 victory. Not only was the win over their broth- ers-in-bond sweet tasting, but the victory could very well have drooped the Men ' s club from the- \Big Eight\ category. Also mean- ing that these two teams will probably meet again in the second half. Danny Berke was the MC (Master-Clouter) for the victors with 3 for 4. Howie Lansman and Al Engel of the vanquished also enjoyed a -750 avera ge for the night. Rain washed out a Peoples Bank romp over the Sabre club. At the end of one inning, the score was 16-2. For the Sabre club, the rains were heaven-sent. Thus far this year , the Sabres have played their best ball since they entered the league. It isn 't likely that they will knock off the Peoples Bank. Therefore , they could be a chal- lenge for the \Little Eight\ honors. Patchogue Music kept in the running with a 17-9 nod over the Span-Ams. Past records indicate that the Musicmen should dispose of their remaining rivals and move to the stronger league. Rocky Amone led the hitting parade with four hits. There was one homer in the game by the Span-Ams Udeth Rosario. Final game of the week was a slugfest between Swezey-Newins and Swan Cleaners. The Retailers were taken to the Cleaners , 20-11. In practicall y all their games , S & N scored in double figures . Un- fortunately, their opponents do , too . The Retailers get enough runs to win, so their offense is not wea k. Their problem is defense. If they could tighten up afield , they would certainly finish higher than the cellar. FAREWELL — For the past several years , the Rev . John Gorman of St. Francis de Sales R.C. church has been an advocate and supporter of athletics in Patchogue. Father Gorman readily extended use of the church ballfield and church gym. The village indoor recreation program was born in the confines of the church gym. Last night the Revfl Father Gorman left Patchogue , being transferred to Valley Stream. Father Gorman leaves after 11 years of service lo Patchogue. Many Pafchoguite.s , young and old , will miss the thoughtful Father Gorman and recall the many hours of recreation made possible by him. BITS BEGGED 'N BORROWED — We don 't know when it hap- pened before , but last week the Carl & Bob-South Shore game was p layed in an hour! . . . There will be a Biz league meeting at the village hall at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday . . . Evidently, Patchogue will see quite a bit of basketball this summer. P. R. D . high school loop looks like an exciting year. All teams entered have the backing of their coach. All teams entered will be of ' varsit y calibre . League starts July (i. Schedules will be out next week . ! . Criticisms , pro and con , are inevitable in our dail y endeavor . However , the gri pes seem very small when we see joy registered on the faces of tots. Last week we weie present when the p layground equipment arrived at the site of the new neighborhood playground on South street . See- ing the youngsters , literall y jump up and down with joy, replaces any pain received fro m thorns of verbiage . . . Wally Sullivan, Blue Point Laundry mgr., says he was sorry to see the rain. Claims they would have taken the Cli ppers . . . Looks like another banner year for the pool swimming Instruction program. Pool staff now taking \ waiting list\ names . Incidentally, Miss Sandy Merkins , form- er popular Patchogue cheerleader , will handle the annual Water pageant. Sandy ' s experience includes performing with the water syncopating team at Wellesley . . . Second half SloBall schedule will be in the mail tomorrow . . . Carl & Bob' s Sloball entry worried that its slugger Al Hudak may have to be sidelined for arm trouble . . . George Latida taking over reins of Amvets. A Patchogue Advance special- ty! Wedding invitations whose perfection in printing, design and paper quality cannot fail to please the pockethook.—Adv. . ., .^—^ H _ „ ; , | | ^ M «^ ^ America Takes to the Water. I BHHH^fiflKW To millions , the fun of fishing and mMmmmMMm\mmn\ ^^jC ^ m ^ m m ^SM9Mmmmm j «£fn«iHiSy cruising has added joy to living. | Wmm^W^ INSURANCE has kept pace with an ¦R^ggg^ \ALL RISK POLICY \ covering Fire , Mm\mMMXs ^ - ' '^* * +-Z s ^ Q*S^^^^ ¦¦ ' ¦ ' ¦* BKr-^p^^y Theft. Collision , even Overturn. So mUfcgjj^y enjoy your new found p leasure but ^ vii^fip ca ^ us ^ or ^ e P ro P er protection. 1?l3? j| 3f \IT DOESN'T COST A CENT TO INQUIRE - - - y ^ mmmmmW l lT MAY C0ST YOU THOUSANDS NOT TO INQUIRE\ §11 HUGHES & STILL inc. W/j B&Jar Route 25 , Centereach JUniper 5-8048 Slate Cards vs. FD In Donkey Ball game The Lake Ronkonkoma Cardi- nals will p lay the Ronkonkoma Fire department, in a donkey base- ball game at 8:30 p. m. Sunday at Newton field . Hawkins avenue , Lake Ronkonkoma. The spectacle of ballplayers astride sometimes uncooperative donkeys shouldn 't be missed by local fans , said Frank Straub , manager of the Cardinals. New York state ' s electric utili ties are among the national lead ers in the production of electri city. BALL GAME BOUND - rLK' f % KS Patchogue , were given exciting treat last Thursday when they were taken to Yankee stadium for Yankee-White Sox game. Big- gest thrill of day came in tenth inning when Mickey Mantle homered to win game for Yanks , 5-4. Pictured are 28 of 46 boys who made trip. Others weren 't camera shy — they just didn 't want to give up coveted seats next to windows in cars that brought them to stadium. Pictured in front row , left to right , are Kevin Mitchell , Michael Cantwell , Philip Roubicek , Thomas Kio , John German , John Bormann , Robert Yax , John Seibold , Ralph Roubicek , Anthony Orilia , Warren Bormann and Thomas Mailer , Second row : John Read , Steven Trypuc , Vincent Trypuc , Michael Macy, Walter Coslello , Paul Roman , Gil Menendez , Thomas De Cervo , Frank Ilauptman , George Roe , Joseph Pazianza and Gerard Johnson. Third row: Daniel Ilanrahti n , Frederick Pipe and Wil- liam Benedict. Rear: The Kev. F. Leo Cunningham , John Matus- zak and the Rev. Joseph E. Dunn . Drivers were Father Cun- ningham , Father Dunn , Joh n Mitchell and George Walter. —Advance Photo Pitching Continued from page 2 , this section ball and scored on brother George ' s hit. Again in the sixth , George Zim- linghaus singled for the third time and scooted to third on John Masem ' s single. Mike Humeri was thrown out by Carsten and George was out at the p late trying to score on the p lay. But Pat Tea- carr followed with another base hit to score Masem with the third run. The win was Vigorito ' s third in four starts. He allowed onl y five base runners and struck out eight batters. Tonight Four Seasons meet the .Masons with Grover facing Carl & Bob' s tomoirow evening. Tues- day action resumes with Four Seasons taking on thft. Bobmen. Sybelle Carpels (41 (' ruvcr Lumber <fi> AU H II AH 11 JI Martin. : 1 !, 3 (I 0 Twlone . 2b 3 1 :i Fi-n,,„u- 2b 1 ¦£ 0 Mintrino .rf :< (I 1 bIJair,, 1 (1 (I ItiismalU.' . Sb li 0 (I t;>',„K,' , lb 2 2 1 SUl,),„„i , rf 3 0 1 K'iKi 'rn .c -t 0 2 Ilkin . c ;l 1 1 lliirbour.il \ o 0 0 , Canal,,,K .ss 1 2 1 Huilil .rf -1 (J U , Weils. lb 2 2 1 Deeillns . cf 4 II 2 (iiurraiiu Ui . lf :l 0 1 D,-Li-v,i . ss IS 0 II M„fe |lj .j> l 0 0 . •iTiiTiicy II 0 (, Cilman.n II 0 f (' midelli.p :' 0 1 SiJoi-s.i, I (1 I! Totals 27 4 li Tottils 2, ' , 6 9 u Walke.l f„r Dt'Lvvn i,i 7th. b l- 'lit-.l out f„i- Fen-ante in 7th. .Sybelle t' aiiu-ls — 1112 111 11 0—4 f, 0 (Ir.iv.T Lumber — l:!ll 2DU x li !l 1 (- 'lAltDf-JI.I.I - in,I Knjj ers : MflKKLt.l . (iilman »f» , Si'!,-i> nil ami llkin. Carl & Bob' s 1(1 ) . S. Share l&l) CI I All K II All li II . \eu-),„,T ,, 2li ;! (i I) U' miliu.n .1 ! 1 Male,.,- :i ii u Aiitusiiiu- .lb ;l 1 1 MusM. . ef :i II I, .Mau.-r. i-s 2 (I I Mur|,hy..ss 3 II 2 Te,l,-se,, .2l, 2 (I li I'feille . lf :> II (I Kri, >;,•,- ,], 2 U U lleel,e . :ll, 2 , . , 1) lSi,s„, , ::l, 3 (I 11 lll- fliwer .lb 2 II I) llanl.in.ef 3 II II Coleman.rf 3 II 1 ¦ Cekei iM .lf 2 I) II Mcdinilei-S.p S 0 U Hoi,,,,- .If 1 1 II lii 'liiueaoa . if II I) \ Totals I ' . r, 0 ;l; Totals 2) 3 '! Carl & Hob' s imO out) 0—0 3 3 Smith Shore C&D -- Uil3 (loo x—3 :i 1 Mcl'INNKSS anil Malei ; KHUCIUCK and DiKilio. A & I' Masons — 101 (ml (1—3 10 2 Carl & Hob' s -— (Jim 1,01 0-1 2 0 Vlt 'OKITO „n,l li. /imlintsliaus ; CAU- STL'N and Male,- . STANDINGS W I. IVI, South Shore (' it D 7 1 .h75 A & I' Masons (> I .85\ •' rover I.„,lll .i,:,- . 1 3 .. r ,71 Carl It Hob' s . A 5 .375 Four Seasons Sports ten . 2 5 -2H(i Sybelle Carpels 0 7 .1100 TOl' 10 HITTERS Sehai-fer , Four Seasons , r ,38 .Mauer . South Shore 3C1 Mine,,,,, . (.,- ,,\er Lumber .375 M,, -™, . A & I' Masons .304 O. X.imliiiKhaus , A & P Masons -3(i4 K. Ziiiilinuluma . A & V Masons .350 II . Diuili ,, . Kniilh Shore 31H ltusso. South Shore 34C, K-imrit . A & I\ Masons ij. 'i. 'l V. IJiKilio , Four Seasons 320 WANT ADVANCE PHOTOS ? Any picture labelled \Advance Photo \ (no others), published in this newspaper is avail- able to you in a glossy print. TO SECURE PRINTS 1. Clip out the p icture. 2. Address your envelope to: Picture Kdiior , The Patchogue Advance P. 0. Drawer 780 Patchogue , Long Island (Be sure your name and return addrews is on the ENVELOPE). 3. Also enclose your name , addr««s . phone number and $1.50 for a 5 x 7; $2 tor an 8 x 10. Call for the prints when notified or add 25 cents for mail- ing charges. Ronkonkoma Pirates Swing Hot , Winning Two from Smithtown Undouhtedl y still hijr h from crashing into the win columns for the first time hist week , the Ron- konkoma Pirates defeated the Smithtown Yankees , 7-1 and 9-2, in a Sulfolk County Hasehall Loa- Mtic contes t Sunday. Yankee errors contributed sub- stantiall y to t' \ - Pirate victory in the ill st j fiinie. In the second half of the bill , Bob Miller struck out cin'ht for the pirates . Davis whiffed live for the losers , but the Pirates made the most of walks. 1-IItST CAMK Honk, rirates o : Smithtown Yanks (1) All It II AH K 11 K. Man ,, 1, , If I 1 li Denial,! ,c ;l (1 1 1.. Han:ik.3l> 4 2 1 F. Areeri.ef 4 0 1 M.TSl.i' l, .1 1 .3 ltoe . 21, 4 0 2 Phaleli.lli 4 1 1 .1 . Au-eri . lf 1 II 2 Lo . T .,' I II IT l.aui- elli . lf 3 II 1 V„nrnr> 'i,|i I II II Wieks.tl, 3 II I) A. Ilaonli . i'f 1 ii II lleik- 31, 2 1 ,1 T. Hiitink . iT 3 II i;y.e,ill,, . « s 3 0 1 Sohlyr. KT. 2 (l iVIionkiiis .p 3 0 l, Total- . 211 7 lit Totals 2U I S SKl'ONI) CAMK Itonk. Pirates (9 ) SrnithloTVn Yanks (2) Mt It II All K 11 I' .. Ilaniik. rf I i 1 Zerrill,. . , - 1. II (I L. Il „l,ak , :il, I 2 3 Iluleh. -r .lf 2 II O M OIKO I . - K r, 2 2' Hank- , .L'li 3 ,1 II I'll , ' Inn.Ill I II II Swv, ,- . , f 3 I, (I l. ov e a „ 2 Hom anl . 31. 3 1 I V,.,,si,M- i , iT 1 ,, ,1 V' U,-,,. -lo . , f 3 II II Sehlvi.2 1, 1 ,1 II Kail.-v . ef 1 (I 0 ,\. Manuk . i-r 1 ,, 1 !¦ ' . Ai- . -.-ii . lf • _ • I, „ ( ' . I(„n „ k , , 'f . '! 1 I I.ak- . e ( I I, ,1 ColLlf I II ,1 Wirk - . tl, 3 I 1 Miller,P 1 2 II Mar oil , . ,. -. 1 II II I. Aie.-,i , .lh 2 'I II ]! aii. .p )l (I 1 Totals 33 , , in Totals 2a 2 3 Baseball Scouts to Visit Town Rec. Committee Doings: By Win Olms MORICfTKS BASEBALL N'ICHT — Brookhaven Town Recre- ation younyrstors residinjr in the communities situated in the east cud of the townshi p will be treated to a hijr baseball niuht July 3. ¦luc Weynatid , who liainiles t .he rcci ' i'tttional activitit-s for Veto Poulos within the Fourth precinct , will supervise the eveninjr of entertain- ment which is to be held at Center Moriches ll'ir h school, Joe. has secured a lilni which should prove to ho to the likino; of those present entitle d \Twenty Years of World Series Tht ills. \ In addition the east end director has received word from two baseball ex- perts , namel y Harry Hurley, L. I. Scout for the Detroit Ti^eis , and Lou Cassell , Eastern district scout for the same club , that they will he present to address the youngsters on hand on some of the liner points * of the uamc. The evening should be one well worth takinjr advantage of and we rec- ommend that you yet there early. SENIOR BASEBALL OPENER — The opening night held at the Centereach Town Recreation field Friday night was certainly an impressive affair and a tribute to Pete Poulos who worked hard to set up the pro- Win Olms gram. The game played between the Cen- tereach nine and the Patchogue Rotary was preceded b y enter- tainment furnished by the Allied Nautical cadets , the Centereach All-Girl band and the Explorer unit of the local Boy Scout troop. The playing of the Star Spangled Banner gave the game that followed the real professional touch. Also present to root the teams , on were Town Supervisor Perc y B- . Raynor , Town Justices George W . Still and Leon K. Giufl reda. Trustee Dave Overton , Joh n Scheet z , assistant to the town supervisor , K. Carmalingo , president of the Centereach Lions club and Pat Lazzaro , active in the mid-island community in promoting activity for the young- sters. Unfortunately, the game itself lacked the color of the pre- game ceremony as none of the boys will remember the game as the one in which they got the big hit or pulled the great de- fensive play. Bill Fleigal started for Centereach , but retired after two innings when his arm tightened in the chill y night air. Charlie Siebert . Patchogue moundsman , had little difficulty in disposing of the Centereach hitters and gave way to Garry Smith in the fifth after limiting his opponents to a pair »f singles. \Smit t y \ went the rest of the way fanning six and g iving up « base hit to Billy King. The game was close right up to the final inning when the Rotarians rotated around the base paths for nine bi g runs and the ball game as the mid-islanders col- lapsed in the field , committing nine errors in the final frame. Dutch Schuld.t , who is handling the local nine , has on his squad all of the boys who will be back with the Red and Black squad of next, year and hopes by keeping the boys playing together dur- ing the summer months to repeat his fine season of 1959 in the A-2 Scholastic League next spring. * * * * RED ROCKETS WIN OPENER — Little Gerry Henry, who last season was the number two p itcher in the North Bellport, Midget league , promptl y jumped into the number one position for this sea- son as a result of a line pitching effort Saturday morning in the Midget league inaugural as he hurled the Red Rockets to a 10 to 1 victory over the N. B. A. A. Greens . Gerry, hurling a no-hitter , lost the no-run game when Tommy O'Ncil was hit by a pitched ball , stole second and scored on a inisciie by the second baseman. Mean- while , the victors pounded out nine hits off the deliveries of Bill Spickerman and Larry Refvik to pave the way to the opening day win. SLOBALL ROUND UP — Ordinarily, a 13 to 9 lead in the last inning of a ball game is j ust about as safe as the silvei at Fort Knox; however , such wasn ' t the case last Friday night when the Patchogue Moose came up with six in the final frame to edge the Rockets A. C , 15 to Ui. The big blow was Joe Balzac ' s third home run of the season , this one with the sacks loaded. The Rev. Dick Gray ' s three for four effort against the N. B. A. A. wasn 't quite enough to turn the tide for the Brookhaven Firemen ns they suf- fered their fourth straight loss of the season. The win was number one for tlie N. B. A. A. Tlie Brookhaven Asphalters , who won their first three games of the season primaril y through their defense , finall y got. their hitting attack unwrapped as they pounded Justice Brown of the town police, for 2tl hits and 10 runs to pick up their fourth win of the season without a loss. Willie Groh and Bill Walien combined their underhand tosses to limit the heavy hitting men in blue to four runs and nine hits . The Asphalt infieldcrs . Bud Corwj ' n , Irv Coleman and Stan Cox , had a happy ceilings as they (hilled 11 hits past the outstretched gloves of their unhappy opponents. Team batting averages to date are as follows: Buckets A. C. .Vlo, Tlagcr- man Fire Dept . .f>Hi , Town Police .42i) , Brookhaven Asphalt . -12(1 , Safeway Builders .i> '7-! , Patchogue Moose . .1(!() . Brookhaveu Kiie Dept. .:i. r il) and N. B. A. A. . . 'CM' . Schedule for the next seven days has the Rockets A. < ' . meeting* llagerman tonight , Safeway Builders vs. N. B. A. A. tcinoi row , Patchogue Moose and the Brookhaven Fire department on .Monday and Hagerinan vs . Brookhaven Asphalt , on Wednesday. League reprcsenatives are batting 1 .000 in nun-league engagements under the Bellport li ghts to date as The Asphalters have defeated the Peop les Bank , Safeway took the measure of the. Brookhaven Hospital and last week the Moose men edged a team from East Quogue , ;) to 8. COSTELLCrS FISHING STATION LEAKY - R. - BOATS No More \Fishermen ' s Widows \ Enjoy Our Picnic Grounds and Bar-B-Q Pit Springville Road , Hampton Bays Tel. HAmpton Bays 2-0619 NPVAC LITTLE LEAGUE < R II E Clearview & Fiala 5 5 0 Autorama 2 2 0 Winning pitcher—Richie Gran- de; losing—Paul Roman. Highli ghts: Joseph Traez hit a home run and Ronnie Lisinski went 3 for 3 for Clearview. R H E AIlco Cement 8 9 1 Island Coal & Lumber 15 2 Winning pitcher — Bob Shep- pard ; losing—Ronnie Lenowitz. Hightli ghts: John Stutey hit a home run for Allco. R II E T & S Lumber 4 5 1 Clearview & Fiala 2 2 1 Winning pitcher—Wayne Borel- la; losing—George Post. Highli ghts: T <& S scored :> runs in the top of the sixth inning to win. Mike Cardamone and Wayne Borella came through with big hits. SUNRISE LITTLE LEAGUE After losing to Oakdale , 12 to 11 . the Bayport Shands defeated Bohemia , ' . ) to 5. ilolbrook downed Bohemia , 10 to 7. The Bayport-Oakdale game was a wild and wooly slugfest. rep lete with hits , misplays , rain and ex- citement . Oakdale got. off to an early start, scoring eight, runs in the second inning and blasting W'helau and Hopkins from the mound. Pete Foster took over in the third and cooled the Oakdale bats , but errors accounted for four more runs . Bayport staged an eight-run rally in the fourth , bill fell one short of tieing the score. Garra hit a double for Bay- port ; Wallace a triple , scoring three runs. O 'Connell caught his usual good game for Oakdale In the Bayporl-Boheinia game. Wallace wielded a big stick for Bayport , collecting a double and three singles in five times at bat. Foster allowed but one hit in the four innings he was eligible to pilch . A relief p itcher walked in a coup le of runs and loaded the bases. Then Steve Whelan tool- over and halted the Bohemia rally. Yoos , relieving Morgan p itched well for Bohemia. In the first inning of the Bolie- niia-Holhrook game , Bohemia hammered Kullenbaum and Kus- ciano for five runs. Johnny Black went in to slow up the Bohemia sluggers somewhat, but they got to him for two more tallies. The deciding factor , however , was the big bat of Holbrook' s catcher , Schumchyk , who hit a | homer with two on and two doubles , driving in five of Hol- brook' s 10 runs. The Oakdale A Minors defeated Bavport , (i to 5. Bohemia swamp- ed \ llolbrkoo , 22 to 1. The Bayport-Oakdale and Bohe- mia-Holbrook B Minor games were rained out. Major League Standings W L Pet. Holbrook 7 1 .875 Bayport 5 . '! . ( ' ,25 Bohemia ' ¦! 5 .37\ , Oakdale 1 7 .125 A .Minors Bohemia 4 1 .H00 Oakdale :» 2 .MO Bavport 2 II .400 Holbrook 1 4 .200 B Minors Bayport 4 0 1.000 Bohemia 2 2 .500 Holbrook 2 2 .500 Oakdale 0 4 .000 PATCHOGUE YMCA Farm Teams R Lions Club HI Amer . Leg ion 11 Winning p itcher—Charles Ilig- ginhottoiii. NPYAC BABE RUTH LEAGUE Barrio Bros, defeated the Dis- trict 41 Republican club , H-0 , as the Noith Patchogue Youth A. C. opened its Babe Ruth league sea- son Sunday. The game , which saw each side- collect in hits and play errorless ball , was p layed at the. Trcmnnl Avenue .School field. Tom Ringer got credit , for the win ami struck out 15 men. Paul McRae took the loss and struck out 11 men. Ray Fell hit a home run and Bill Blum went . ') f or 'i f or the losing team. Tom Ringer and Earl Stewart went 2 for . 'i for Barrie Bros. A large crowd was on hand to witness this game which saw the lead change hands twice , and Bar- rie Bros, coming from behind in the .seventh inning and scoring 3 runs to win the game. BELLPORT LITTLE LEAGUE .Major League R II E C. B. Van Alen 13 (i 0 Fuoeo Bus G G 4 R II E Bell port Nat '! Bank ' .) 12 2 Bellport Laundry 2 G 3 Batteries: Bank, Gavin , Colli- chio; , Laundry, Gordon , larocci. R II E Bellport Nat 'l Bank cS 7 2 C. B. Van Alen 9 5 2 Batteries: Pilo and Collichio; Bur rough and McMnhon. Highlights: Home run by Bur- rough won his own game. Minor League R H E Dot and Ed' s 8 7 0 Bellport Minors 3 0 0 Batteries 1 . - Scenna and Boness; Moore, LaGuardia , Bone and Bone , St. Phalle . R H E Gene ' s Market 11 SO Suffolk Paper 10 7 0 Batteries. A. Mirahcllo , Mar* ragala ; Sidey and Hansen. LITTLE LEA GUE The Patcho gue Snccer club will play Kockvillo Centre .Sunday at Hempstead State park. The game will decide second p lace in the Long Island Soccer league. As a preliminary, the Patchogue Reserves will play ( iiiimnian in the final of the ' Fred Edwards Challenge Cup tourney. Patchogue Booters Play Rockville Centre Sunday LI Assn. Holding Golf Outing Today in Sayville SAYVILLE — Long Island as- sociation members and their guests are getting together today at the I fla 9 annual gulf tourna- ment and outing at the Island Hills Count ry club bore, according to Francis B. Garvey, vice presi- dent of The Association for Suf- folk county. \Tlie golf tournament and out- ing is an annual event sponsor- ed b y the Suffolk County directors of The Long Island association , \ Garvey said. \Its main purpose is to provide opporluirity for mem- bers to relax and to bet. belter acquainted. \ Tlie tournament , starts at 10 a. m. and will include a \HoIe-in-One \ contest. The .Suffolk Count y Kennel club will hold an all breed sanctioned match show Sunday on the grounds of the Lake Grove, school , Moriches road , Lake Grove. Judg- ing will begin at 1:30 p. m. F,n- tries will be laken from 12 noon until time of judging. 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