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By Kenneth Dykes Executive Secretary. Brookhaven Townshi p YMCA LET'S (iO TO THE CIRCUS—We have made arrangements with tt V Long Island Rail Hoad for a trip lo the Hing ling Bios. Baiiuini and Bailey Circus April 14. The trip is open to boys , and girls age seven to 12. - The cost of the trip is Stj and will include the train fare , subway fare , supper , and the circus ticket. Each person attend- ing will have to bring his own lunch. The gioup will leave Patch- ogue at 11 a. m. and return about 9:30 p. m. Reservation deadline is March 18 and a $3 deposit will hold a place. There is no limit to the number who may attend. For many people this can be a bi g \first \ — first train ride , lirst circus , and firsf time to eat away from home. % : -1' $ ;|: YMCA DANCE—President John Tuthill , HI, has appointed a special committee, namely Milton Coe and Rudolph Stegemenn , as co-chairnien to conduct a YMCA dance at the Patchogue Hotel Apiil 30. Music will be supp lied by the \Kings Men. \ Dancing will be from 9:30 p. m- to 1:30 a. m. Tickets may be secured from members of the YMCA Board of Managers or at the YMCA. This is a chance for a night of fun and an opportunity to meet other peop le who are inteie.ste d in, the YMCA. How about you ? IMPROVE YOUR BODY — In addition to all of our ' regular physical activities (judo , trampoline , weight lifting, body building, basketball , and paddleball) we would like to offer a special exeicise service. This does not require all of the.fancy chrome equipment that you see offered on television , but a real program that will help you lose weight and fulfill your fitness requirements. If you are interested in this type of a concentrated program we would be g lad to talk to you. =!< * * * UNATTACHED CLUB—In spite of the snow and ioe a good group came Saturday night. Since it was birthday night we honored six of the members who were born during this month. Saturday, we will have a disc jockey dance with a DJ from WPAC. Dancing- instruction begins at 8 p. m. with regular festivities of the evening beginning about nine. DAY CAMP—We have had several -calls and letters inquiring about our plans for the coming summer . Tentatively, our dates will be July 5 to August 12. Other details have not been completed. We did have a leport that the strong winds and recent storm pushed the high tide over part of the play areas. YMCA JOTTINGS Bayport Five Ends Best Season in Twelve Years BAYPORT — The Bayport cagers ended their most successful basketball season in 12 years with a victory over East Isli p two weeks ago. In the 1947-48 season Bayport won the county championshi p and was undefeated. At that time Coach Joe Vignato coached the team. In 1953 . Jim McMann replaced Coach Vignato . This season has been his most successfu l as coach of Bayport. The Bayport team comp iled an outstanding 12-4 record . Onl y Kings Park and Isli p managed to defeat Bayport this year. Although the Phantoms didn 't win a cham- p ionship they managed to defeat Smithtown , the A-3 champ ions , Greenport and Westhampton, two hi ghl y rated teams. The latter two victories enabled them to win the Christmas tournament. Another high point of the season was their two upsets over East Islip. In the six years that Coach McMann has coached here , this was the first time any of his teams have beaten an East Islip team. Bayport' s fine teamwork and a balanced squad accounted for most of its success. However , the in- dividual scoring also was impres- sive as four players collected more than 150 points for the season. Clyde Culp led the marksmen with 249 points. George Elliott and Bob Beite l followed with 19G and 193 points respectively and Gary Shef- field added 170 more . These four players accounted for SOS of Bay- port' s 976 total. Next year both Culp and Shef- field will be re turning. However , the loss of both Elliott and Beitel could be a decisive blow to the success of no\t year ' s team. Nevertheless , many juniors and sophomores who rode the bench this year are promising and should compensate for the loss of Elliott and Beitel. Juniors Tommy Smith , Mike Johnson and \Butch\ Wor- rad and sophomores Jack Meyer and Eddie Black should success- fullv filll the vacant positions. CU A MP^ N of Wcslern Suffolk Division CYO basketball league Walter Costello , John Pilger , John Matuszak . Back row , Dan ^\ .rilVIlTiI) are st. Francis de Sales Grammar School cagers , Hanrahan. Fred Pipe , the Rev. Patrick McIIugh , Edmund Maher , Front row , left lo right , Kenneth Mahoney, Raymond Terry, Robert pj„ .. r j l one- Win Read Yax , John Seibold. Middle row , William Benedict , Terry Rowse , *-a»* r « *- on K- JO,,n '\\ u - Varsit y Club to Hold Club Night Tomorrow The Varsity Club of Patch- ogue High School has sched- uled its annual Varsity Club nig ht , which was cancelled Friday, because of the snow , for tomorrow at the senior High School gymnasium at 7 p. m. The high school faculty will play the Varsity Club a game of volleyball and basketball: A basketball queen will be crowned at half-time. A dance will follow. All tickets previously pur- chased will be honored. Addi- tional tickets may be pur- chased from any varsity club member. St. Francis Wins Basketball Crown Of Count y Division St. Francis de Sales Grammar School' s basketball team is the champion of the Western Suffolk Division. The following teams par- ticipated in the league: St. Law- rence , of Sayville; Our Lad y of the Snow, Blue Point; Miraculous Medal. Wyandanch ; St. Mary ' s , of E. Isli p; Coindre Hall , of Hunt- ington. The league is under the auspices of the CYO , whose head- quarters are located in Rockville Centre. St. Francis also defeated Patch- ogue Junior High , St. William the Abbot of Seaford : William Floyd High School of Mastic, and Holy Innocents of Brooklyn. Walter Costello was high scorer of the league. St. Francis will meet the winner of the Eastern Suffolk League competition. Event- ually the Suffolk winners will meet the Nassau Count y leaders and the CYO-Nassau, Suffolk championship will be decided. SPORTS BRIEFS BROOKHAVEN TOWN REC. Senior Division Basketball W. PntchoBUi- (401 Soldi-n (4!1 ) G !\ !> ' <; I- P Kuzrm-ch u II 0 ' RnidinriI 1 1 :i Orosz 11 n 22ISi-h»' i>ii'k< r Ii II 12 Hanson 1 0 2 Ticht (> 2 14 Worthinirtun (i 0 ll 'Miinuaiii 'l li 2 2 (i Derby T 2 liill' r. -iutm-ui .. \ II 10 Peterson 0 0 l) Coill.t'i-^rn 2 0 4 Totals 111 2 4il! Tol. -ils 22 5 49 Gordon Heights I3S) 1 Farminijville (191 C F I> r; p p Dorset! HI II 211 I.niilin-i 1(1 0 20 ' Kuuin. ion V (1 14 NYill ] l g! Carroll 2 n 4 Mnzini irrn . -> , 0 K Newsom 2 n -rMrl),,!,;,],! o o 0 Mayo 7 II 11 HeuiruMi 1 1 :{ White- (I 0 0 Harrison r, 4 14 «n!l.-ry I 1 :{ Totals 2H 0 rid' Totals 21 ~ 1 w W. Patchogue (141 Selden (31) '' ' V „ V (: F r Kuzmech 1 2\ 4.|{i.ichni-il 1 1 :i Orosz 7 :i 17:.S<-hwemli-r 1 0 •< Luca II 0 II KjYIit ¦> 2 1, Worthinetmi 0 0 OManpant-lli 7 4 IK Derby 10 8 SK' Krmimvni 1 0 2 Wilson 0 0 OCodberscn 0 0 0 Totals 1R S 44 ' Totals V> ~ ; si STANDINGS Senior Division Basketball W L Gordon Heights 4 o PatclioKue 2 1 West Patchogue 2 2 Selden 2 2 Farminuville .. ' . 0 B To become a champion , fight one more round. W ALTKH C OSTEI . LO . . . hi^ h scorer BOWLING Maggio s Patchogue Recreation Business M eci ' s League League Leader: Peoples Na- tional Bank , 5(j-l'J . High game: Bob Green, 255. High series: Ken Hodge . 58;!. High team: Club Tempo , DMT. High series: Club Tempo , 2G-I8. Games over 200: Mob Green , 255; Ed Reich , 2' .i0; Ken Hodge , 2:V2; Paul Lindsay. 21(1 ; John Connelly, 2Ui; John Roecklein. 207; John Kubica, 205: Steve Singler , 204: Al Salvitti , 202: Al Uurruugh . 201; Joe Roecklein , 201. Ladies League League leader: Lung Island Cleaners , 47t j.-;jtl 1 i . High game: Alice Keller , 221 . High series: Alice Keller , 514; Dolores Lee, 5)8. Hig h team- . L. I. Cleaners , H02 High series: L. I. Cleaners 2149. ' Games over 100: Alice Keller 221 ; Dolores Li'c 1ST , 178; Cathy Kaznowski , lOO ; Flo Porter , 102 Shirley Gera rd, 1' . '¦ '!; Ceil Ka/.now. ski , 105; Myrt .Mairi 1 00. Major League League leader: Clearvicw Plate Glass , 5:' ,-22. High game: J. -rry Mulderig. 215. tint! series: Charles Ilol/.apl ' el , 012; Jerry Mu!derig. 020; Joe .lan- kuwski , (ill. High team: /.(-idler Motors . 1000 . High series: Ch-arview Plate Glass , 2r i5(i , a new alley record. Games over 200: Jerry Mulderi g, 245 , 21. '!; Charles llnl/.sipl ' i-l , 2::0 , 2;!2; Joe Jankowski , 225 . 20, '!; John Roecklein , 22. 'i; Dili Newham , 210. 20S ; Dick Gould , 215; Roy Robin- son , 211; l- ' ied Burger , 211; Al ISurn.u gh . 214; Ken Hodge , 207; .lav Le-kowicz , 201; Joe Ilanna , 204; Willie Ruthevig. 2H2: Mik e Gueirosio . 201; Mick Straub , 2t«l . Student League League leader: Walicns Market , 44 '/ 2 -21 1 - . High team game: Island Coal, 80:1 . High team series : Island Coal , 2: M «. High individual series: Tom Tull y, 0113. High individual game: Tom Tul- ly, 220. Games over 100: Tom Tully, 220 . 212, 1!I5; Jim Marrion , lilt) , 17!) , 172; Joe Trotter , 105 , 170 , 182; Ken Hodge , 214 , 180 , 182; Rich Gazznla, 105; Bob Cirrul , 105 , 184. * + * B\L Monday League League leader: Fire Dept. , 04- 28. High games: J. Kinney, ]!)() ; J. Rhodes . 224 ; R. Dvorak, 211; J. Gilmartin , 107; J. Mcl- ' adden, 101. * * + BNL Wed. League League leader: Phoubars, 02- .S0. High games: L. O'Laughlin , 109 , 210; 1!. Serry, lO. 'l; A. Beckwith , 191; K. Speri-v , 215; R. Roecklein , 204. Patchogue Bowling Center Ladies * Tuesday Handicap Games over 100: Dot Lewis, 107 , lO. 'i -(500); Virginia Bellows , 108 , 17:i , 194— (51151; Dottie RogeVs , Ifix , 175, 100—<5o:'); Lee Gorman , 181 . 102; Connie Tully, 178; Pat Graniello , 10. '); Jennie Geraine , 101!; Jean Maragioglio , 101; Agnes Dasr-h , 101; Kav Mott , 100 . # ' * * Mondav Ladies ' Handicap High games: Ivlith Pierce , l' .IO M8K |; Tv Hughes . 188 , 172 (487); Hettv rieaiv, 18. '!. 155 (451); .lav Baekes . 181, 174 (51:!); Stella Batli s ta . 170: Lily Dunham , 172; Kav McDowell , 107; Jo Ann Vetiier , 107; Ruth Cook, 100 , 157 (405 ) ; Ruth Burkes , 105; Joy Kern , 102; Mai-v Kkebmcv, 101; F.Isa Gedde , 158: Hi Ma Tripp, 157; Joan Sle- nrari , 150 ; Kav Kreamer , Rove Marie Micii '-ci , Ginnie Koinart , 152. * * t Rusin««smen ' B \C\ League High games: Dick Brown , 228; Joe Cardamone , 227 (59 1); John Ferrero , 225. 208 (020); Jim Graves , '225 (555); Wall Heilsherg, 220; John Vetiier , .218; Angle Juliano , 215; Bill Heller , 214; Phil 1 rypne . 212; Joe Campana , 211; Jim Kelly. 211; Jack Garhart, 209 (50i> ); Ted Cucurclla , 209: Pete Laraia , 20S; Wall y Hills , 201; Joe Zienian . 201! (550); Dick Kite! 20, 'i. 'Arsenic , Old Lace * Re-Set to Saturday \Arsenic and Old Lace , which was scheduled for Saturday night in the Patchogue Senior High School auditorium , was postponed because of the weather -anti will he presented in the same p lace Saturday, with curtain at S. ' . 'iO p. m. It is sponsored hy the Patch- ogue Junior High School Parent- Teacher Association. The p lay is produced and direct- ed by John Jacobus and William .1. Sullivan , members of the Junior High School Faculty. Members of the cast include: Mrs. Helen Scarlett , Miss Audrey Bloodgood , Mrs. Lucille Cedar. Also Paul Hauer , John Strong, Ralp h Snare;: , Harry Sanborn , Richard Majetic. John Jacobus , Henry Schwab , William Sullivan , Mario Shortino and Sal Shortino . All tickets already sold will be honored. Tickets may also be bough t at the door. County Ladies ' Bowling Games Get Underway The second annual county tourn- ament of the Suffolk County Wom- an ' s Bowling Association , being held at the Captive Bowling Cen- ter in West Islip, got oil' to a successful start on Saturday, de- spite the heavy snowfall and bad road conditions. The first weekend of bowling saw 58 teams on the lanes. Team events will continue this weekend , with the doubles and singles events being- rolled Marc h 19 , 20 , 20 and 27. Leading the field in the handicap division are the Hi-Hopes with fl scoie of 2! 87-885-3072 , followed bv the Lucky Strikes , 2202-825-3027, Passaro M o t o r s , 2582-144-302(5. Patchogue Bowling Center , 2280- 720-3000 and the Deadboats. 23115- Ode-2979. High net team score is held by Passaro Motors with a 2582 piufall. High individual game in the tournament so far was a nea t 238 rolled bv Wilma Mehner. Monies from the tournament prize fund will be distributed at the annual meeting of the SCWBA to be held at Centereach Lanes at 2:30 p. m. April 24. Election of officers will also take place at this meeting. Presentation of trophies will be made at the first annual dinner- dance of the association which will be held at Felice ' s Restaurant in Patchogue at 7 p. m. May 7. Tick- ets are available from any officer or member of the executive board. 10' MAY SAVE YOU 100 or more on your next car Jus t make a phone call to f ind out how A llstate s Econo-Rate Financing may mean big savings f or you We 'll tell you exactly how much you 'll save with two special Allstate advantages. 1. Save on financing. Because we 'll hel p you arrange financing at low rates through a co ; operating bank. 2. Save en insurance. Allstate ' s rates are lower than those of most other companies. Chances are you 'll save real folding money — $50 ... $100 ... or even more. Convenient \ package \ plan. 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