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| The Hot Corner B Y J OHN T. (J ACK ) P ALAOB Tatchogue Recreation Director GOODBYE ' 59! HELLO '60!! Another year has passed and wi th it many fine memories. For the Patchogue Recreation department , 1959 was a banner year. Looking back over the months we find many interesting events. '59 HIGHLIGHTS: FSCC teenagers formed a ping ponff team and traveled to Nassau , Brookl yn and Flu shing to defeat YMCA p ing pong teams . . . O ther teenagers practiced at FSCC and en- tered N. Y. G olden Gloves . . . Amvets , in a sec- ond half surge went on to win the PRD Over 27 basketball crown . . . Around the sam e time the PRD was calling meeting for the SIoBall league, and the new Tavern .Softball league . . . During t he col d months the PRD offered Funtime at River Avenue school for the small fry. This year Fun- t im e g ave w a y t o the new PRD Mid ge t Bas k et b all league . . . The Annual PHD Teenage Basketball tournament was won by Peoples Bank. Interest- ing to note that every member of this team is now play ing with the Red Raider varsity . . . Slo- BalK opened with two eight-team leagues , which is capacity for the available facilities. Highlights of the Slo-Ball season included the uniforming of tiracticallv n!l teams. Hitrli interest nrodnrp tl a low percentage of forfeits. La Bua Clippers de- Jack Palace throned the Peoples Bank . . . the new Tavern league had some stormy sessions , playing Sunday mornings at four fields. B&B Res- taurant emerged as champ . . . The Annual PRD Easter Egg hunt revealed an all-time high with more than 800 eggs distributed. The eggs were cooked and colored by the Senior Citizens at FSCC . . . Summer p laygrounds van 10 weeks at three locations for five days , offering Field days , Bicycle rodeo and a tri p to the Yankee Stadium , as special features . . . PRD offered summer basketball to eight teenage teams . . . Patchogue Pool had its biggest year with increased attendance, increased tota l recei pts , and the finest Water Show since its inception . . . Closing out the year was (and is) the adult basketball league , which expanded from eight teams to 11. Thus , the year ends. What the new year holds, well , let' s wait and see. * * * * TOURNEY VIEWERS—A number of Patcliogue enthusiasts jotirnrd to llauppauge to witness the Amityville-Seton Hall tussle. Those that did, saw as exciting a hi gh school game as will have been seen in these parls . A double-overtime finished with a sudden-death rebound which won the game for Amify- ville. Having seen the tournament teams at one time or another, we felt that the tourney winner would be decided between these two feams. With the lineup of teams , the fourney was probably Ihe best around. Iiu I a big handicap was the limited sealing available. Would be good to see a comparable tournament in Patchogue , using the spacious liav Avenue gvm. BITS BEGGED *N BORROWED — Ran across an interesting item the other day that we found to be a puzzle to a few friends . Who played full-time first base for the Dodgers before Hodges? Before Skowron . Joe Collins, was the Yankee full-time first base- man; but. who was before Collins? . . . Rose Gems take on Swan Cleaners next Monday in the PRD loop. Swan lost the first encounter due to lack of reserve strength . . . Christmas Holidays brought out tremendous activity at the FSCC . . . Biggest crowds since the first summer it opened . . . Paul Costello , who led the Red Raiders in the scoring column last year , is now starting with the Manhattan frosh team. Quite a feat when one realizes that he is up against \City-ball. - ' . . . Belated congratulations to Hal Morpurgo who will be the head coach of football at William Floyd next year. Mor- purgo is presently coaching wrestling at Seton Hall , and assisted Henry Read as line coach the past two years at Seton Hall . . . Swan Cleaners will break out in new uniforms when the PRD basketball resumes . The color: blue to match Pclco and Blue Point Rcc! . .. If you have read this far , we will give you the answers to the above questions. Before Hodges , the last full-time first baseman for the Dodgers was—Jackie Robinson. And the man for the Yankees was George McQuinn . . . We offer our thanks to Jack Ellsworth of Radio Station WALK , for donating record s to the FSCC over the holiday and throughout the year for use by area teenagers dur- ing dance sessions. For the Most Complete News of Suffolk County- Read The Patchogue Advance ;' » uuumniimiiiiiiiniii ii t iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiniiiiiiiiiii miiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiMtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiti iiiM {5 H ^ji|j]j|jj| ^J[ '^^H -a^^H*e i dhH el a V iH B^B^LS _JHH Modernize or remodel your home for more convenience , more room or greater livability . Count on us for low- cost financing to meet your needs. ' • IF YOU PLAN TO USE AN FHA LOAN WE CAN GIVE YOU ALL THE NECESSARY INFORMATION ^flHRk The National Bank of Lake Ronkonkoma 1 BflHBHilHHn . MPMRFR* FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. I wRj hTtEuhUV^Kk HlEilVlDCIY. FEDERAL RESERVE BANK I ^9By »^mffl9 Hawkins Avenue ROnko nkoma 9-9394 I ^^*H**JA^ 0[>EN FRIDAV EVENING 6:30 TO 8 ^ ii f ii T iii m ii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii u m—iffHT i iii m ii i IIII IT I i iiiiiii r i Tif iiiiiiiiMiiiiir n iiiiiiiiiiii rf liiiTnTiWTfitffTTTTfMiii n i ii ii n i n r r ii mT i nn i n ninn i n i T ii n nrm mi n i m mi mm m a mni i Old Fashione d Brawl Marks Rover Clash COMMACK—The Long In- land Rovers not onl y lost a 9-0 EHL game to the Johns- town .lets at the LI Arena here Sunday afternoon , hut they may have lost the big- gest pier-six brawl seen at the Suffolk sports palace since the introduction of ice hockey. The battle , which threatened to turn into a free-for-all in- volving every p layer on both teams , was triggered in the second period when Johns- town ' s John Luniley, known as a \bad boy \ around the East- ern Hockey league , and the Rovers ' Norm Ryder , also not averse to trading a few , squar- ed off and went to work with their sticks. The two adversaries parried for some 10 minutes , taking vicious swipes at each other ' s head with the weapons. Danny O'Connor, who was spending some quiet time in the penalty box for Johnstown at the time, suddenly decided to take a hand in it , so he jumped over the barrier and joined Luniley. The officials were powerless to separate the two brawlers and the perimeter fi ghts in- volving the rest of the teams. Finall y, when order was re- stored , Luniley and Ryder were given match-major penal- ties by referee John (Red) Dauber. That meant automatic banishment from the game , plus five-minute penalties for each team. In addition , O'Con- nor ' s excursion from the sin bin cost him an additional 10- minute misconduct assessment. This is an automatic penalty for leaving the penalty box , Rocca to Feature Wrestling Show At LI Aren a Sat. COMMACK — Antonino Rocca , called the most popular wrestler in the nation , has been signed to fea- ture another professional show in the Long Island Arena here Sat- urday night. The bouncing Argentine will team with Chief Big Heart , the popular Osage Indian from 1' aw- huska , Okla., against the fiery and balded Skull Murp hy of Boston and Chet YValliek of Yorkville. The tag team match has been set for two-out-of-three falls , 00- minute time limit. Vic Christy, the new handsome giant wrestling star from Los An- geles , Calif., will make his local debut here against Miguel Torres of Mexico. Mi guel has a great following and has appeared in Madison Square Garden on num- erous occasions. In another special fag team match , Al Smith of Poland and Angelo Savoldi of Ital y will take on the youthful brother wrestling team of Red and Lou Bastien. Another match has Jerry Gor- dette of Chicago meeting Abe Ja- cobs of the East Side. First match will get under way at 8:110 p. m. Promoter Tom Lockhart expects a record turnout for the arena ' s second show. Tickets can be pro- cured by phoning FOrest 8-7100. THIS WEEK IN SPORTS I'ATCHOGI E RECREATION DEPARTMENT Oldtimer League Monday — I' elco vs. Niemeyer 8 p. m.; Four Seasons vs. Blue Vt. Rec , 8 p. m.; Ruse vs. Swan , !) p. m. Youngster League Wednesday — Clearview vs . Patchogue Lumber , 8 p. m.; La Bua vs. Oasis , 9 p. m. As important as the set of your veil . is your choice of wedding stationery. You can 't go wrong if you choose your invitations from th e fine , choic e stock at The Pat- chogue Advance. Always at bud- get prices. —Adv. Continued from pnge 2. this section back and tied it when Zebrowski connected with a jumper from in- side. The Tide missed a shot and Seton gained possession. The Eagles worked f or the last shot , but Young ' s jumper was in and out and the game was forced into a three minute overtime. Hepburn hit a jumper with 50 seconds left and Higgins tied it with a jumper from -0 feet out. Amity failed to score , which led to the sudden death overtime. The Tide grabbed the tap and worked for a good shot. Miller ' s attempt missed; McColloug h grab- bed the rebound and also missed. Howe ve r the Tide star followed up his own shot and scored the win- ning bucket. Fouls were a major factor in the outcome. The Crimson Tide committed only five fouls to Seton ' s 15 and from the charity stripe . Amity hit 15-27 to the Eagles ' :i-7. High scoring honors went to the Tide ' s McCollough who tallied 25 points. Runnerup was Seton ' s Higgins with 14 markers. The Eagles fell into the losers ' bracket and next encountered Central Islip ' s Musketeers , who were previously defeated in tour- ney play b y Kings Park. Seton had hu-iibled C. I. earlier this sea- son , 72-v>0 , and found little trouble in whipping the Musketeers again. First period p lay was cold with Seto n up 9-2 going into the second quarter. Then , behind a brace of jumpers by Hugh Hennessy, Don Router and Zebrowski , the Cooney- mon tallied 18 points and held a comfortable 27-15 lead at the half. The Eagles rolled in the recond half , racking 33 points. Bill Neuss hit a couple of sweeping hooks and worked well underneath to tally 10 points , while Hennessy and Reuter found the range with jumpers. Big gun in the half for C. I. was Tom Galan who hit 10 markers. Oalan also copped scor- ing with 10 points and was closely followe d by Hennessy and Reuter who meshed 14 apiece. The Eagles then took on the Bay Shore Marauders in a battle for fifth place. Young burned the nets for 25 points in the first half and carried Seton to a command- ing 57-26\ bulge. Rafferty and Higgins repea tedly stole the ball and led Seton fast, breaks as the Eagles steamrolled Coach Iggy Darson ' s Marauders. The second half was the same story. Young kept pouring them in , finishing with a spectacular 40 points , the strongest one-game out- put of this season ' s tourney. Young came within one point of tying the record for most points scored in a tourney game , but fouled out wit h less than a minute remain- ing in the final stanza. John Evans , who sfaned f ur Kings Park last year , buhls the current record .if 11. Spencer Coldsen , Ray Shore hotshot , grabbed runnerup scoring honors with 27 points , 13 of which came from the foul line , establish- ing a new tourney record. The teams finished in this order: Amityville , Saint Dominic ' s , Harborfields, Kings Park , Seton Hall , Bay Shore , Centra] Islip, llauppauge . The MVP award was given to Bill McCollough of Amityville and an All-Star team was selected. The five stars chosen were : Mc- Collough , Young-Seton Hall , Den- nis De.Iesu-St. Dominic ' s , Gold- sen-Ray Shore and Misiano-Kings Park. The tournament was very suc- cessful a n d llauppauge High school , the officials and everyone who took part in p lanning and making this tourney the finest ever are commended for their devoted efforts , participating coaches said. Srton Hell 149) lAmilyvillr CI I e. p pi o F i\ Hunt -1 :t ll'f' rioV 0 o n VI.IIII K ' ¦¦ ' H fi'lli-pliiirn 4 4 12 '/.i-l.n.wskS X (1 (1 l .nvw' 1 l ;t N .' IIMH II <i oMurniii z i r, RsilT.ily 5 0 Kl 'Mcf' iilliiH Rh 9 7 2!, IliKKiim 7 'I 141 Miller 2 2 r, Iteul.M' 1 0 2 Sitlli-r 0 0 II T., 1:iU 2:< :t 4' . i ' TutnW 1H IT, r>! Si-nr- l.y iiiTin.ls : .Si-ton Hull K 24 40 411 Arriityvill,- -- - ' . 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Ni.rlli lli,l ,yl..n :ir, :!« ]lir, l.enilinriti , S.ililh Huiilini't-.i. -I|i 27 In . * Il.ifl ' nnn.ii. II.II I\ . '1 2- . 47 11.:l Jlml. -i . Hiiljyl.m \ •! I\ 11.2 11, -1.in . Ceiiti-nl Mi.. :i| :i.| Ki2 Mill ¦/- . .Aniii) ville :s7 21 > . » Il. it. I. H.ivi.iil- I :ll nil Us Clinmliei lain . I' nt. -h. , t .iie :I7 21 ¦• :, Klii.itt , l!:ivi...rt : M 2i; ' . it Hunt . Seton Hull :i:i 27 <i;{ Hlennjoi, S.iyvitle :17 Ih ' .2 YMCA House League Tile first game between Stony Brook and ( 'IBP was a forfeit. 1 low- ever , Bob Janssun of Stony Brook was really hot with i' . i points for the night. (The game was p layed although the oulciiine was pre-iieti'iinined I. The Patchogue Lumber heat Lil erly I liner , (i' _ ' -l(i . Seems like l'. i was the niaiiic number for part of the iii uht because that was the high total fur Hon Willis of the Lumber team. To top the night off Pat' s Mar- ket gut <iK to tin- Oasis ' , 27. Karly in the game Jim Cnssel was jarred and spent the rest of the night on (he bench and in the shower. Don lleoiiey, Steve Musso mitl Tuny IleLeva were high men with 11 , Pi . and Pt respectively. Eagles Impress Newfield Hopes New Year Will Bring Victories liy Joe Darrigu CK.NTKUK. -VCU —. Members of N'cwtield High' s cage squad re- centl y welcomed in the New Year with their families. Unfortunately for them , though , they did not have any victories (O- ( i) to make the '\ ill adieu a happy one. They have lost to such formid- able foes as llauppauge . Ilarhor- fieiils . and Smithtown , A-:' . League Hoop champs. Hut they have also blown games to North Babylon and Central Islip, and have also been slaughtered b y Copiague. They will try to start the New Year right with a victory over Harborfields tomorrow night on the Newtield home court. The biggest failure seems to he in the team ' s almost anemic scor- ing punch . They have been unable to rally for a significant amount of baskets when it counted. The squad i.s beg inning to look like the New York Knicks with their sec- ond-half collapses. Not only have they been unable to get the ball inside to their forwards , but they ' ve been weak at the free thro w line. In January alone the team can even its record at (5-fi , but to do that they must defeat Harborfields , King' s Park , Sachem, Riverhead, Smithtown and Central Isli p. It' s a rough task , but sp irit and the will to win have accomplished more! SOC C ER GA MES The Patchogu e Soccer club will meet Levittown at 2:15 p. m. Sun- day at the Patchogue field. In the opener scheduled for 12:15 p. in.. the Patchogue reserves will tangle with the Huntington reserves. To- night the regular training session for the club will be held at the Tremont Avenue school for two hours starting at seven. The monthly meeting will begin at 1) p. m. at the Medford Brnu Haus after the training period. Set 1960 Schedule Town Rec. Committee Doings: By Win Olm* LOOKING AHEAP. —- When the clock stiuck P2 on New Year ' s eve it not onl y usbereij in a brand new New Year ' s baby, but at the same time a new administration which, on January 1, took over the reins of our Brookhaven town government. The ii- . wly-elecled slate held its first organizational meeting at the Brookhaven Vown hall in Patchogue Saturday afternoon , and anmiig other things bestowed upon Pete Poulos , wagon master of the town recn-ation caravan , and his staff of assistants a vote of confidence by re -appointing- them for an indefinite period. It was also decided to add one additional part-time director in the person n ' Jim Walsh of Patchogue to work with Pete here in the local ' area. Now that the recreation staff 1ms been officially assigned, Poulos will busy himself by mapping out ;\ program which he promises will lie action-packed throughout the coming year. .Ml _ of (lie projects which helped clos e out the fabulous fifties in 7,!f will , of course , be retained and augmented b y some new ideas which the director gathered during his visits \ to the 1959 recreation conventions held in Klmir.i and Chicago, 111. With everyone being kept active during the holiday season , the town recreation activit y during the past two weeks did become more or less dormant. However, now that the Christmas trees , wreaths, wrappings , New Year bats and streamers have been dis- carded , the recreation program will swing into high gear with i< « winter indoor program and at the same time look to the future and plan for the spring and summer months to follow. The recreation director mentioned on bis ladio report Saturday I lint he is extremel y desirous of securing the services of additional volunteer workers to assist him in carrying out his p lans to expand the program. It is no secret that any recreation progiam is only as strong as Us volunteer body, and for this reason , we would like to echo Pete ' s call by asking that anyone who feels that he would like to lend a hand to contact him without delay. Rest assured that your assistance will be well appreciated net onl y by the town recreation department hut also bv the youngsters anil teenagers participating in its activities. i FAREWELL FOOTBALL — Although the 1959 football season had its official closing on New Year ' s day with the playing of the various bowl games , we were of the opinion that the January 1 activity was merel y an .anti-climactic occur- rence to the December 27 pro-championship tilt between the Colfg and Giants. It would be our gucfts that the pro-title game att racted more fan interest, and was viewed by a greater number of TV fans, than any other football contest ever played . Allhoiigb New York fans may have been disappointed over the same ' s outcome , we thought that the men of Jim Lee Howell turned in a strong effort and that the game was much closer than (li e 31-16 score would indicate. Two of the Colt touch- downs were registered late in the fourth quarter when the tibials were forced to gamble with aerials dee p in their own territory. Allhou); h most reporters attributed the Baltimore victory to the mag ic fingers of John Unitas and the speedy spats of Lenny Moore , we thought that the Baltimore win was a team accomplishment all the way and , as is so often the case in championship encounters , the best team picked up the winner ' s purse. * * * * BOWLS AND MORE BOWLS — The younger generation probably can 't recall , but you certainl y don 't have to be a Rip Van Winkle to remember when the only football bowl game in our nation was the Rose Bowl played each January I at Pasadena , Calif . However , as the years roll on, more and more bowl games are added, until now we wonder if the whole idea isn 't becoming just a little bit ridiculous. Football could conceivabl y be doing itsel f more barm than good by over emphasizing the bowl idea. A good example of this was the farce that came about on Decem- ber Pi between the Quaiitico Marines and McClellnn APR in the Shrimp Bow! at (, ' alveston, Tex. The so-called game was won by Quanlico by a !ifl-() score. This king-sized tall y prompted, us to do a little research for the puipose of determining the highest football score ever registered in collegiate history. In case you are inter- ested it came about back on October 7, lilll ' i . wbenn Georgia Tech' s Rambling Wrecks did just that to Cumberland U., with a 220-0 triump h . SLO-BALL POW-WOW — The January meeting for the North B- .dlport Slo-Ball loop will be held at 8 p. m. Monday at the Brook- haven Town ball in Patchogue. Managers are again reminded that it is Important that their team be represented. There was a fine tiiinuiit al the initial winter meeting lickl last month which leads us to believe that each of the eight clubs are quite serious about seeing- l. 'i it that they gel oil' on the right foot cimie May ' _ ' . Last, year al! of the teams began the season completel y ignorant of how strong the opposition was . Now, however , each club is well aware of just where they must be strengthened if they expect to wrest the trophy away from a st rong Asphalt 10 , who , incidentally, •ell us they will be even stronger in lHliO. Br Ke nneth Dykea Executive Secretary, Brookhaven Townahip THCA VACATION IS OVER—The new year is here and we are back into the groove again with many activities: JL'Dt)—John Brisbois and his group will he beck in action on Friday nights at 7 p.m. The present activit y concerns conditioning and fundamentals and there is still room for many to join the group. We have had a call or two asking for a judo class foi women. It would be possible if there was enough demand. The rest is up to you girls. Weigbtlifting—Instructors Charlie MotTett and Marty Coldstein are still meeting Monday, Wed- nesday and Friday with those persons interested in body-building and weight-lifting. During the past week we bad a letter from Bill White, one of our formei lifters now living in Ohio. Bill entered the featherwei ght class in the Junior Ohio State champ ionships and won. He also broke the state record for the clean and jerk (232 lbs. —102 lbs. over body weight). * ¦ -:= * * HOUSE BASKETBALL LEAGUE for young men 18 and up meets every Tuesday and we have three games on that night. Competition has been keen . The league has just gone into the thiid week so it is a bit earl y to tell who will end up on top. * * i:. * Kenneth Dykes THURSDAY—This has been set aside for women and girls in our program schedule , however , the demand has not been very great. Some thought has been given to an afternoon group for mothers , with a possibility of a baby sitter for the youngsters while the members played. Play what. Badminton , volleyball and a variety of exercises. They could try some slendo-bendo. and keep that figuie neat and trim. Surely, some will want to try the tiampoline. Ho\\ about you? * v * * ROYS' ACTIVITIES: Cadets—ages 7-8 Monday and Wednesday after school and Saturday 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Preps—age s 9-11 Monday and Wednesday after school and Saturday 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Junior High—ages 12-14 Wednesday 7-8:30 p.m. Saturday 1-3 p.m. Senior High—ages 15-17 Monday 7-10 p.m., Saturday 3-5 p.m. SERVICES—YMCA week is coming soon. Would you like to have a speake r for your club? Call GRover 5-2400 and we will make necessai y arrangements. * . ::- ¦ i ll JOBS—Do you have an attic to clean or a garage or a cellar or snow to shovel or some other odd job? \ \ f you need help call us . There is the other side too—for young people needing jobs we have the Toon Emp loymnt bureau. We would be glad to take your name. YMCA J OTTINGS Continued from page 2 , this section the evening a complete success , the most outstanding player trophy was awarded to Bayport' .; own Elliott—he edged Greenport' s Wilson for the honor—who scored 28 points in the tournament and was a sparkling rebounder for his team. His p lay in the final minutes of the Greenport game provided the difference. Bavnort (55) [We/ithaitipton 1410 f i F P| G F P Ailimis fi 1 i:i|McKiii'lnnd 7 1 15 Hei ' tei ¦ '! 1 \IKrciliiiK 0 » « Ciil:> 5 S 18IKei;il 1 1 II Klliott r > 1 IP Harris 11 0 0 Slicltk-1.1 2 n 4'Ilnvi.l » II 0 Smith 0 0 nlKiiviin (I 0 0 JohiiHiin 1 II 2 ! l.iimlii'iisc 1 ll 2 Mevi-r (I 0 (I Diillii-l.l li 11 il Wiirriiil (I 0 II Ovii-ttm 2 0 4 liliii-k 0 0 (l|AI|.iTt . 'i •! Id Korti-H 0 U ll 'IYri-y ll ll 0 T II UI K 22 11 55! ' Totnls 211 ' .I -111 IliiviMiri 14 25 :t7 55 Wi'stlmmiitiin 7 211 SI 4' . i Bayport ((!«) Grrcnport (63 1 G F P i G F P ll,.it,.| 7 -I lK . Bi- i'. ' s.. ' I \ . 2 14 Admits 5 II lO ' Jiu-tson (i (I 12 C.il p 4 (I olb' tz fi ll 12 J- .lIi..t! \ 3 17'Wils.iii in :< 23 .Shcllk'ld 6 I HI Osl.11\ 1 II 2 Miller 0 ll 0 Ti.lliviT II (I 0 Totals 29 s eti, T..ni)s 2. 'i S M Pay,...it — 17 s.7 4!l lie. Gi-wiipm-l 11 :tl 47 CM Bayport Victors EH L ST A NDING S (As of Monday) NORTHGKN DIVISION W 1. T Pts GF GA Phihiilelliliia IK 12 1 U7 121 Ml I'liutdii 17 Hi (I :IJ 1211 Hi7 New Hiiven . 14 IS :l :ll 11(1 1U0 llovui-a 12 2 :-i 0 24 till 17ll . SOt'TIIKltN DIVISION w i, T Pu <; F C . A Johnstown 21 1(1 1 4:1 11(1 s' . i clmrl.itie . I' . l:i :' . :m 1»2 pi:i WiisliiiiKt.m 14 17 2 :ill t in 11C Cnvnslii.i.i 12 14 -I 2S US 1IH . I HOOP KKCOKDS (As of Monday) W L Pll Ulhl.Ill . . . . « 0 .s.j utli lIuntiiiKton ii li lliiilir.-liiiiiu.tiiii 5 (I Ainitwilk- 7 1 Isli p fi 1 Civeiipiirl 5 1 Ki. - . -i 'lK-m l 1 1 W. . .1 liiimiitii II ll 2 Set,in Hull fi 2 Ifnvprnt fi 2 l- epilH-ll e :i 1 Hum inul.'ti :. 2 I. ill.ielilllll - st . \ i 2 Kinir. * J' jir l. :> H Hii i,vl. .ii r, :> , Snyiille r, :! Sin: lliirlier 2 1 M:ittitnc!i -1 2 N ,.r!li|.iii! ll 2 C litiul Islip 4 II ll. 'oI...iii. Lis t :t Ki.^l Islip 1 :i P..I-I .leHVl- ri.il 2 2 Mercy 1 1 S(.,i,v Hi,uik I 1 Hieiitw.iii, ! :( 4 Smitlilown 2 It H. -mppiiili;.- 11 f, liny si,,. . - ,. s r, K:is| Maiiii.I.in 2 4 N.ii ih u. -ii.y i.i.i :: 4 H um.i. n liuys 1 2 Pulrhi.eile 2 Sports Briefs Maggie ' s Patchogue Recreation BNL Monday Lea cue League. Leader: Fire department , :u;-2o . High games: J. Rhodes , l' .K) , ¦>m; A. Hroekman , 207; I) . Towers , li»:l ; M. McKenna , 1!I2; A. Tiernev , 202; T. Holmquist , 200. 4 * * U.N' L Wednesday League League Leader: Designers , . '17-15. Hig h games: Ed Walsh , 202 ; L. O'Laughlin , 190; li. Urown , 211 , 2IW; If. Kberhack , 205; A. IJreins , l' .l'l ; K. Sperrv, 2HK; J. Koecklein , I' . KI ; .1. Noc- .ir , 1' .I2; It. Heany, 212. * + * Business Men ' s League League Leaders : C. li. Van Alen and Peop le ' s Nat ional Hank , :c' ,-lH. High gaine: Al Salvitti , 2:» ,:i. High series : (Ieorge d ' ardenier , Ii02. Ilifcth team: Peop le:: National Hank , !ir.5. High series: Peop les National Hank , 2 , 7711 (u new seasons high in this league). Games over 200 : Al Salvitti , 2. '!:S ; ' ieorge Gurdenier , 2. '!2 , 210; Charles Keller , 22 1; Charles lloly- opl' eJ . 220; Tom Kerratile , 215; .Inhii Connelly, 207; John Kuhb - a , 20ii ; Kd Keicii , 20. 'i . 4- * * Ladies ' League L eague Leader: Lung Island Cl eaners , K. ' S ^ -IT' /i. High game: Shirley Gerard , 210. Hieh series: .Shirley Gera rd , 541. High team: L. I. Cleaners , K4I1. High series: L. I. Cleaners , 22X1. Games over lfili : Kbirl i-v Geriird , 2 Hi , 17«; Alice Keller , IKH , 107 ; Mike Mavhew , 1K2 , Kill; Ann Hi .iinvcr , 170 , I OK; Maine Stoeckel , UVJ . * * * Major League Le ag ue Lea d er: Cl e a rv i e w Plate Gla ss and 1' ndei'Wooil fuel Oil , . \ ,2-1 1 ' . . I!i e , h game: Herman Hralid. 2:S5 . llir- h sorb' s: K'.y Itobinson . Oil; H erman Brand . i.H ' . i ; Hick Gould. 001. Hie )) team: Firematie Supp ly Co., !i:!S . Hii;b series: Clearview Plate Glass 2027. Games over 2IH I : Herman Brand , 2. 'I5; Willie Ktitli .-rig, 221; Bill Newlmni. 2IK ; Kov Robinson , 211 , 211; Dick Gould. 211 . 202; Harvey Kurd!. 20-i; .Jerry Mulderig, 201; Hugo Sieiuell , 20, '!; .lay l.eskowic/. . 2*il; Charles Havnm , 201 . * * + Matigio ' s Student League Leagu e Leader: Wallcns Market , 20 -1 • '!. High team series: Wallcns .M a r- ket . 2:;, r i0. llieh t eam game; Wallens .Mar- ket . X 14. High individual series: Jim Maiiiuii , 575 . llieh individual game: Ronnie Wilson , 2:11. Games over 170; Jim Marrion , 181 , 181 , 21!i: Pete Baussmann, 170: Pete t' . -inunico , ]72; .A 1 Jewel , lil ii; Rich Gazzola, J' . lii , 171 , 172; Totiv S p ifznage l , 102; Tom Tullv , 177; Lloyd Blake , 107; Ronnie Wil- son . 2:!-l ; Joe Trotter , 211. More on page f , this section BOWLING jsss^fiss y r \™\'™\ E ro \ .„. .„ ,.,„ \\ GUARANTEED I ON$ JO 44 ^ '^V 8 ' . T.S against defective I II #¦ Chev '5 4 '57 9.7i I 1 material and = 11 || &JL fly '49- 'S» 16) . . 8.JB I 1 workmanship lor I \\ II ^^ . „„ 'Ply '55- '58 IB) 9.25 / |[l i fe of car ownership! i \\ // and U P Stud-Champ '49 '54 4.44 II f t itTiiniinwtiiniimiiiiiiiiitttti tif i vys -4/ **t » f ti»»«****'»—*********\ /W\ ^, GUARANTEED Pll $/ %66 SS '« ( \ \\^\ .SS • 1 yr. acainit wear II II M ^ Chi-v '54. '57 12.60 II and rust-out. II II IFm Pl ' '^- ' J S 16) .. . 10.95 II »gj | Vand uB »»g; •a-M , a J f jjruM-jnarani-mrtJJtinc-w //Vv .. „..„„^..^ Vv S \ ' ' B/T *L-\\ M ' K SUPREME rord \ .9 03 9.50 \\ i LIFETIME llT ^— — Fool '55- 'S9 (81 ... I4.M « j GUARANTEED f^ $ # \ \ '%% ¦ \ ¦ »% 5 unconditionally H I II M Ply '49- 'M !6| ... 12.25 II \ (except lor g B -Ply ¦y J b» -«i 13.25 // i accidental damage.) g \\ // m and up stud-Chdni p '49- '! J 4 7.77 /. ' t j i««»jt a!m!u . 'j!! N«!— v •Dual e>haust syste ms sightly higher.Phone nearest station (or prices on all cars not listed. NOW! SHOCKS \^c^ FREE \DOUBLE ACTION\ #%QC i-IFETIME GUARANTEED tg tt /[C . Ai r p lane lypo W%P N \ W \' 00 ' 000 mi,e \ 1 \ *' shock obtotben. E(Jlh flnost heavy-duty 1 1 Eat (, Svp9T value. ^^ shock* made. '^* ^* S T S^ EB 1 J I I I BH IM& wffl BH & HSHU 11 IL I |> B HI' y ' B^MTlC lliBftJ^^ 9 Convenient Locoliont INSTANT CREDIT OR00KLYN- . 1781 Coney Island Ave. , e _ iii > f, Bnl. Ave- .. N and 0 . . .. OEwey 9-0540 • ->'^>• ' . , - . BBONX: 737 Bruckner tilvd. DA 3-ij 562 r *X ii_ 738 Snul' u-m Wv<l. . OA 3-B&77 ¦ - ..: Il lftll'C 1 , FLUSHING: 152-12 Morlhrin fjlv.l PL 3-9G7 * 7 . IN 3-0955 i-U ... > JAMAICA: Queens Blvd. Ijelwcun Hillside A Jamaica Aves. * -V A ? RE 9-3700 \ 'Trr e ' OZONE PARK: woodhancn Blvd. A Allantic te, Largest stock in NY Virginia 6-9G60 ,, llfr , F po FREEP0RT: 1?? C. Sunri' .e Highway FReunort B-9HB9 ™' J ,\ 'V, : « BtllPOnT; Montauk Highway ATlantie 6-9B93 TAIL ' ' PE „ S YONKERS: Z04 S. Broadway YOnkers 9-9004 EXHAUST SVSTEMS Advance print inp; on quality papi'rs with tine inks stands out from the commonplace, s/tdv. Pf \l nt?M C\ f \\Ti: hopefuls of Patchogue PAL are , left V. - VJLL»-ILtl>l VjLUVlL fo right , William Will and Joh n Wiiri-n , hoth light heavyweights. Also training, but not pictured , is lightweight Robert Friedell . Boys are handled by Police Sgt. Walter Manning and former pro Joseph Gaeta , both of Patch- ogue . Gloves started yesterday.

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