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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, January 22, 1941, Image 13

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Stars of Swing Comedy- Fred Astaire and Paulette Goddard are the cancing stars of \Second Chorus, \ which will open a three-day engagement at the Patchogu e theatre tomorrow. Clarinetist Artie Shaw and his band are also featured. Kappler and Scesny Win In Bowling Sweepstakes A team composed of C. Kappler and J. Scesny bowled a combined score of 2.326 points at Felice Recre- ation Sunday night to win a two-man sweepstakes in which eight teams competed. Each man bowled six games. The team score s were : C. Kapp ler- J. Scesny, 2 , 316; J. Collocola-Kula- kowski , 2.198; A. Lubbin-J. Sklany, 2 , 138; E. Drapel-J . Stephani , 2 , 128 ; T. Prudent-H. Heitman , 2 , 118; G. Last-O . Reich ; 2 , 103: L. Fuoco-A, Schoenfeld , 2 , 036 ; J. Cardamone-T. Hines , 1 , 889. The outstanding- feature of the com- petition was the performance of Charlie Kappler , who rolled suc- cessive games of 216-220-2 1 6-210-216- 174 for a total of 1 , 252 or a game av- erage of 208.4 points. f ABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT AT BETHPAGE STATE PARK Considerable i nterest is being shown in tlie table tennis tournament scheduled to start on Sunday, Jan- uary 26 , at the clubhouse in Beth- page State park. The tournament is open to all\ ' residents of Nassau and Suffolk counties. More women are expected to file entries within the next few days as it is generally conceded that , many women are- as expert at the game as mon. Entries close on January 20. The entry fee of 25 cents covers all costs of the tournament. Nassau Group on 5-Hour Fox Hunt Throug h Yaphank The Nassau Wild Life association held its annuab-fox hunt Sunday at Yaphank , although the wished-for snow did not put, in an appearance. The party, consisting of 18 members , set out from Szuster ' s farm , Yap- hank. The hunt lasted five hours. Later Mr. and Mrs Sinister and son Michael and - members • of the hunting party Were dinner guests of Jack York at his casino on the Lake Ron- konkoma shore. Mrs. Grace Smith , secretary of the association , made arrangements for the dinner. f^izes Are Gweii Winning Aiigler s Mrs. Ross , Moriches , Caught Biggest Striped Bass Three S uffolk Men Get Names on East End Surf Fishing Club Plaque —50 Awards Mad* Fifty prizes valued at over $1 ,000 for fishing accomplishments during the past season were distributed at a recent dinner of the East End Surf Fishing club held at the Hotel Henry Perkins in Riverhead , with more than 200 persons present. ' The dinner program included a talk by Or in Steele , game management agent of the Fish and Wild Life bur- eau , Washington. It was announced that as the re- sult of their activities with ' rod and reel during the past 1940 season , three Suffolk ¦; fishermen will have th eir names engraved on the club' s silver plaque. They are Sylvester L. Cavanara , Riv erhead; Frank J. Tuma , Montauk, and H. N. Bauni , Westhampton. Among the 50 prize winners were the following from this section of Long Island , showing the size of the fish caught and the type of award received: Largest striped bass—Mi's. Clar- en ce Ross , Moriches; 14 pounds; surf rod. Striped bass and bluefish , combined weight — Charles Robinson , West- hampton; 16-pound stri ped bass and a four-pound bluefish ; s urf rod. Striped bass , caught surf casting with jig from beach—H . O. Peterson , Riverhead; 12 poun ds , one ounce; one board of lures. Striped bass , caught surf casting with bait from beach—Setli Hulse , Westhampton Beach ; eight pounds , eight ounces ; sand spike. .Striped bass , caught trolling—Her- bert W . Baum , Westhampton; 51 pounds , 1, 1 ounces ; boat rod. Arthur Watson , Westhampton Beach ; 36 V- po unds; 200 yards of line. Leslie E. Holder , Westhampton Beaeh ; 36U pounds; reel Charles Robinson , West- hampton ; 16 pounds; four jig s. Bluefish caught surf casting with jig from beach—George Hawkes , Riv- erhead ; four pounds , 15 ounces; reel. Frank E. Benjamin , Riverhead; four pounds , two ounces; Zippo lighter. I-Yank J. Smith , Riverhead; four pounds, two ounces ; jig bag. Bluefish caught trolling—Charles Ro binson , Westhampton ; four pounds , four ounces; boat rod and seel . First striper , caught surf casting —T. Glazebrook , Hampton Bays; 250- yard reel and line. First weakfish caugh t surf casting —Martin R. Mauer , Riverhead; ten pounds , five ounces ; 100-yard reel. Weakfish—-S. L. Cavanaro , River- head ; 11 pounds , four ounces; weak - fish rod. Martin R. . Maurci- , River- head ; ten pounds , five ounces; weak - fish rod. Daniel Sei bert , Ja- ., Lake Ronkonkoma; nine pounds, f o u r ounces; steel rod. Lester 11. . . Em- mett , Riverhead ; nine -pounds; 300 yards of line. Irving Weissman , Riv- erhead ; eight pounds ,;six ounces;hat. R„ O. Brown, Bellport ; eight pounds; 100 yards of line. Smallest tuna—C. Robinson , West- hampton ; eight pounds, two ounces ; pair- of wading sandals. Tuna — Charles Chapman , East Moriches; ^72 pounds; -reel. Henry A, Hallock , Riverhead ; 37 pounds , eight ounces; board, oi! assorted lures. Les- lie Holder , Westhampton Bea-ch ; 19% pounds; 300 yards of line. G. IL Lie-dtlce ' , Westhampton Beach ; WA. pounds ; one lure . Blackfish—-Leonard Nedoski , Riv- erhoad ; four pounds, ; _4 ounces ; 250- yar d reel. Sea . .bass—H en ry A. Hallock , Riv- erhoad; three pounds , four ounces ; 25 .0-yard •• reel, GREEMIUT BliwLS 258 TliG.newest member of the 250 club at Backer ' s 'alleys; Lake- Ronkonko . ma , is ; David Greenhut , -who bowled a sepve of 258 last week. , Mr. Grecnhut M ».. * me.riboi\ of:4he.Greenhut team : in j$e ( i]^^ ;v, ¦^•^ ii^^ Patch ogue and C. I. Now Placed in Tie In K, of C Bowling List Friday night the Patchogue Kni ghts of Columbu s bowling team took three games from the Kings . Park five , while Central Islip also took three from Sayville , putting them in a tie for first place with the _ Pat- chogue team. Port Jefferson took three games from Bay Shore. PATCHOGUE T. Mazzotti 163 148 177 J.j Connelly 170 142 178 Br Drywa 145 213 153 L, Fuoco 220 163 169 F. Mazzotti 158 119 ....„ B. Fuoco 169 Totals 856 785 846 KINGS PARK ; • H. McErlane 135 138 182 E. Martell . 182 139 161 M. O. Farrell : 145 123 111 J. R-au 193 208 201 J. Loeffler 128 150 157 i Totals 783 758 812 CENTRAL ISLIP P. De Grandis 191 152 182 S. Elliffe ... 160 178 168 A; Mulligan 146 165 119 . S. Patceila 165 123 126 D. MclCearmey 138 153 161 i . „ . Totals 790 771 756 SAYVILLE J. Mitchel.. . 108 125 176 B. 'B ourguignon,,... 157 137 145 E. Schrader 113 161 94 C. : Mantha ,. 135 128 160 J. Steigerwald 213 154 136 Totals 726 705 711 PORT JEFFERSON C. Purick 159 121 129 C. Krause ...... 141 128 . 163 J.vBullony 104 123 121 H, McCarrick Ill 102 105: V. Jasaitis 199 * 152 161\: \Totals ..,.: 794 • 70S 759 BAY SHORE J. Cqstello Ill 137 194 F. Maquire 99 113 -141 B. Ffi-uth' 92 137 158 D. Hcaley ... . 145 - 182 120 Blank ' ..,,. ......... 135 - 135 135 Totals ,.;.... 582 ' 704 ; 703 Standing of Clubs W. -' I. PaJtehogiw* . ¦ ¦ * . - .. , ........ j . 5- 1 Ceritral l' slip .;............. „..... 5 1 Port Jefferfion -;:.;......;..;..,... 4 £' , ' ¦ > ^ajgS \ ^^'-^;../^... - ...;;.., ,:,: 3\ - • y . ,3:;, ' ' _i i_M-^^ L R. Girls Defeated A gain by -Ronkonkoma In a return match at Becker ' s al- leys , Lake Ronkonkoma , last week , the Ronkonkoma girls ' team showed their prowess by winning four straight 1 games from the Lake ; Ronkonkbrcia girls ' team. The week before , the ' tea-ms each won two games , with the R(|hkonkdma girls winning by a poiai t score - of 2601 to 2476. In the latest match; the Ronkonkoma. team a gai n outscored its opponents , 2693 to 258.2' . RONKONKOMA F. Kirk 208 172 194 \ 104 S. Seibert 181 156 191 ' 187 P. ' Matson 139 178 - 165 - . : 168 ' K. ' .Curtis 136! 170 106 154 Totals ¦ ...,........1 Q 4' ' mi \li e : \ 6_8 LAKE iKONKONKOMA MiiDiifReld ' 181 , ' 190 * 198 ' n85 E .} Newton ., _48 J ' ' -' ' 143; 1 M.21 1 _() Mt ' . i -ikr- -. ' - -.. ' ., 167 142 : VJB4- i l^T' G^ton ' - ' ; ' ;.; , :..., ' 150 \ iteyiip Aiep fe^ Pj&ta^^^^ ifeiiii i^ i timn ik k j i ' . ' i f: \- : , \ - ill - . - I -\ i -'* ; \ - '\- ¦ ¦ ' ' ~ — ' *— -¦ • ¦ • -- \ - - \ \ • ' ¦ - ^-~ '-* ' ' - — - -- ' - ' - - ¦- ¦¦¦ — - -¦ - ,. -.-. . - -.. ., Ritll y in Last Quarter Gives Locals Brief 7 But Unten able Lead . Outpointed by 12-to-4 at the end j ot the. first quarter , the Patchogue High School Eed Raiders slowly caught up to the visiting Sayville Golden Flash- es in a hair-raising ' . last quar- ter Friday night; . . but finally lost out by 30-to-29. It was the early Sayville lead that really won the game , helped by Pat- chogue^s poor marksmanship from the foul line. Sayville connected on eight of its nine foul tries while Pat- chogue made only five out of nine. Lefty Lednum , hi gh-scoring Say - vill e , center; dumped a one-hand pivot shot from.the foul, line that gave the Purple and Gold its final lead. Jimmy Lee put scorer Rowland to work early when- he intercepted a Sayville pass and without too much haste dribhled down .th e court for two points. Trinkwald made a \ charity throw and Routledge hit the cords with a set effort. Bill Rogers rang up a one-pointer but Trinkwald made twice as . many. Haas followed with another throw and Sayville , led 6—3. The visitors threw the ball around the court with plenty of polish be- fore; zipp ing a pass into Haas right under the basket , who laid it up for two more points. Eddie Yost caged a : free throw and Lednum a one-hand- er to end the first period scoring. Eddie Yost; sank a nice one-hand- er to resume action in the second p eriod. Chip Collins swished two suc- cessive set shots to bring Patchogue within three points of Sayville ' s 13. The Patchogue zone about this time began to ti ghten and the Sayville passes just seemed to fall-into safe Red' Raider hands. Haas connected on two foul throws but Jimmy . Deedy eliminated this advantage by really swishing a set shot from the side. Routledge made a fielder and Chip Collins made up for it by sneaking in from the side for a one-hander. Haas made a fair facsimi le for two points and Lee dunked a one-pointer to place the score at 18-to-15; at the half . Routledge connected from mid- court with a set and Lednum rang up si similar shot. Luigi Mascola fli pped a nice one-hander through the rim hut Haas rubbed out the advantage with a fielder. Mascola was cutting beautifully and as a result of these efforts tallied on another one-han der from the side. Lednum put in a one-hand pivot to make the score 26—19. Lee cut in the pivot for a one-hander and Haas made : a layup, so the score read 28—21 in Sayville ' s favor at the end of the third quarter. R ogers and Mascola hung up free throws and Jim Deedy raced the length of the court for two m ore points. With four minutes left Lou Mas- cola made a left-hander from the s ide to bring Patchogue within a point , of Sayville. Lee , who had been carefully watched all nigh t by Lednum , final- ly broke loose for a two-handed sh ot that put Patchogue ahead 29-to-28 ' , with but little over a minute re- maining. However , Lednum took the ball and flipped it cleanly through the basl<et with one hand and this ended the scoring. Patchogue G. F. P, Rogers , If 0 2 2 Andres , rf 0 0 0 Yost 1 1 3 Lee , c ; 3 17 Mascola , lg 3 1 7 Deedy 2 0 4 Collins , rg 3 0 6 Totals 12 5. 29 Sayville G. F. P. Trinkwald , If 0 4 4 Haas , rf 4 3 11 Lednum , c 5 0 10 Munkelwitz 0 ' 0 0 Routled ge , lg 2 15 Mitchell - - 0 0 0 Vercliure , rg 0 0 0 Totals J 11 8 30 Score by quarters : Sayville 12 6 10 2—30 Patchogue 4 11 6 8—29 Refer ee-7—Lobou gh . i Umpire—Malin - heimer. Scorer—Rowland. .A4.AAAAMJ - aafe a *'^AAAM4aAAAi ,A ' ^ | BOWUNG a ^ -g ! : Kelax , business men!. Meet [ your friends here for a night' s > bowling. ; It' s low-cos* enter- ' ; fainment that' s healthy. , Lighthouse Hotel t j . (Wliltoy llleliovt . 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