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Selden Cardinals Save Game with Four-run Rall y Against fel PL The Selden Cardinals, after trailing 5—4 , stag-ed a four-run rally in the ninth inning of their opening game at Blue Point Sunday afternoon to win 8-r-5. Miller , the Selden pitcher , struck out ten men. Cardinals ab r h Blue Point ab r h Rehder . lf: 2 1 \ ¦ 0 Olson . If 5 2 4 G. Grignon . c 2 2 0 Bcebe , 2b 4 0 1 Zotiel ,- b ' . 3 2 : 2 BelBw. 3b 4 0 0 Miller.D 5 2 3 Fechtej .p. lb 3 12 Stahl , 3b 5 1 3 Powers . ss 5 0 1 Schmidfccf 5 0 2 Sjrianni .p. lb 5 0 0 Stoltz . ss 3 0 0 Smith , cf 5 0 0 Y. Grignon ,2b 3 0 0 Toby. ri 5 12 Pelican . rf 3 0 0 Hammond . c 2 10 Totals . 31- 8 10 Totals 38 5 10 Score • by innings : Cardinals 0 0 013000 4—8 Blue Point •- .- 0 O 0 0 2 11 1 0—5 WESTERN SUFFOLK BASEBALL LEAGUE W. L. Nesconset 2 0 Bay Shore 2 0 P. H. S. - Alumni 1 1 Bohemia 1 1 Coram 0 . 2 N. Patchogue 0 2 Sunday ' s Results Bay Shore 11 , Alumni 6 Bohemia 7 , N. Patchogue 5 Nesconset 6 , Coram 3 Next Sunday ' s Games N. Patchogue vs. Alumni (At P. H. S. Field) • Bay Shore at Nesconset C oram at Bohemia School I Centralizing Ptan Not Abandoned; Discussions Continue The proposed plan of establishing a cen tralized school district embrac- ing six individual districts betwee n Nesconset and Holtsville was the subje ct of talks given , before school gropps in ' Holbrook , and Lake Ron- konkoma last Wednesday night. The plan , which already has the informal endorsement of the voters in. the ,: Centereaeh . school district , one of the six districts involved , was outlined ; at Holbrook by Dis- trict Superintendent Walter M. Orms- by of Bayport , and at Lake Ron- konkoma by Frank J. Mooney, pres r ident of the . Lake Ronkonkoma Board of Education, At the conclusion of the Holbrook meeting, which ; was. . an adjourned session, of the annual district meet- ing of a few weeks ago , a test vote was. taken , showing . 32 votes against the . plan , and 18 in favor of- it. The 32-18 vote, indicated a swing toward the plan , inasmuch as there formerly fcad ; been strong - sentiment voiced against j it.. The Lake Ronkonkoma gathering, a meeting of the Parent-Teacher as- sociation , was . told that despite the fact that test votes in four of the six districts have shown negative sentiment , the plan would be further discussed in each of the districts during the next few months. . \The plan has not been abandon - ed , \ Mi* . Mooney said v \It has been difficult during: the . several weeks the plan Avas first announced to present ' all the facts to all the vot- ers of the various districts. \ Further facts on the plan \ will be presented in a • series of articles to appeal during the next few weeks. \ The plan will be. presented to the voters . of the Lake Ronkonkoma schooL district within , the . coming month on a date to be designated by the school hoard. . Town H way Teami Tmm Mi« Sinai < By Score of 8—4 ! The Brookhaven Town Highway team won its , ' ;, third straight South Shore league game at- Mt. Sinai Sun- day by defeating. Mt. Sinai , 8—4. Sammy Bunn , Highway ace , who. chalked up a ho-hit , no-run game a, week ago , allowed the Mt. Sinai men . five hits. Smith and Waski shared, the pitching \ assignment for t he North . Shore squad , giving up a total : of 13 hits. In the ninth , Masters , Mt. Sinai second-sacker , ' - -belted the ball 350 \ feet from home plate , but it was pulled down by- Outfielder Bill Roon- ey, who had to \ ¦ invade a. potato field - to make the \ catch. Early in the game , KentuffiOj Highway catcher , was struck on-his throwing arm by. a foul tip, but he continued and suc- ceeded in mowing- down several po- tential stolen bases. Town H' wy ab r . h]MC. Sinai ab r 1> Andrisani . lb 6 2\ * \2 *i Robmsoii , ss r£ 4 1 1 Carra*5ola , 2b 6 1 2|Lawren-ce , lb 4 11 Rockwell , c£ 6 0 0]Rusin , lfi 4 0 1 H. Eooney. lf 6 1 Oj Smith .p 2 0 0 laroccUb 6 1 3!Schlagh * n,2b , ss 4 0 1 Sells . ss 6 l>3!DownosM , 3b- . 4 0 1 P. Roon cy. rf 2 0 0! Masters . rf , 2b 4 J J Kentuffio . c 4 0 OlJack' ska . c 2 0 fl Burn.p 4 1 l|McMaiI, cf 4 1 0 Mason . rf 3,1 2|Waski ,p 2 0 0 iridmarsh . c 2 0 0 Totals 49 ^ 8 131 Totals 36 4 5 Score by inniriEs : , „ „ A . Hishway 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 3 0-8 Mt. Sinai 0 0 10 0 0 0 3 0-4 Two-base hits—Andrisam , Masters. Stolen bases— -Vndrisani 2 , Carrazola , Rockwell , W. Booney 2 , larocci. Sells 2 , Bunn , Mason. I'li-sl on balls—off Bunn \ \ 4. oil Smith 2. Struck out —by Bunn 8 , by Smith 2 , Waslii 1. _^_ _ ._ __ __ _________ - __ w __ - _____ _ _____________ . Bill Martin ' s home -ran in the firs t inning and Anjiyj. .Stian- sen 's three-hit shutout enabled Bellport High -school to extend its winning streak Friday by sending South Huntington High school' s nine down to de- feat by a . l—0 score on the Bellport field. It was . Bellport' s eighth consecutive. ' victory of the season , Ave of thern league games. Besides limiting 'the visitors to thre e scattered bingles , Stiansen fan- ned 13 batters and issued no walks. Labing hurled well for South Hunt- ington , allowing Bellport , but • four hits and striking out ei g ht. Martin ' s homer into leftfield came after Stephani had opened the initial stanza, by striking out; Bellport threatened again in the , f ouith . inning, when Zyerveld and Stevens walked , and Masem was safe on a fielder ' s choice ,, but Mirabelli fanned to end the frame. In Sou th Huntington ' s first inning, Wallace hit the first pitch into left- field, but Stiansen . set down the next th re e batters via the strike-out route. The visitors threatened again in their half of the seventh , Schombs starting the inning with a single. After Lab- ing faned , Sch ombs stole second and advanced to third on Valentine ' s in- field out. Stiansen stemmed the inci- pient rally by fanning Altimore , a pinch hitter , on three straight pitch- es. Bellport will meet East Isli p Friday in an inrporan t leagu e game. Bellport ab r h po S. Hun ' st on ab ihpo Stephani . rE 3 0 0 0 Wallace , 2t> 3 0 12 Mai-tin , 2b . 3 110 Pallas . cf 2 0 0 1 Wallen . lb 3 0 0 5 Golden Hart . c 3 0 0 7 Zy«i-veld , c 2 0 1 13 Schombs , ]* 3 0 1 0 Stevens . ss 10 0 0 LaUng.p 3 0 0 1 Masem , If 2 0 0 0 R. Yal' ntin e . ss 3 0 1 0 M h'a belli , 3I) 2 0 11 Hornick ,3b 2 0 0 2 Follini . cf 2 0 10 Altimore 1 0 0 0 Stiansen .p 2 0 0 2 E.Val' ntin-c , lb2 0 0 5 Pugliejj e . rf 2 0 0 0 Total .... 20 . 1 4 21 Total .... 24 ~ 0 ~ 3 18 S. HUNTINGTON .... 0 0 0 O 0 0 0—0 BELLPORT 1 0 0 0> 0 0 ' x—1 Home runs—Martin. Rims batted in—M a r- tin. Assists— Martin 2 , Mirabelli , Stiansen 3 , Wallace 2 , Golden Hurt 2 , Labiaig- , Hornick. Firs t on bsills—o(E Stiansen none ; off Labing 2. Struck out—by Stiansen 13; by LubinK S, Earned runs — Bell-port 1. Doable plays — Labins to Wallace to Valentine. Kit-by pitcher —Pallas. Scorer— Dominy. Umpir-e—Smith. MEDFORD SCHOOL On Friday the pupils, of the eighth grade at-Medford school at- tended Bellport High school for an introductory tour, They visited the shop, home economics and science rooms and the gymnasium where they watched games. Principal Carl- ton Upright accompanied them . Bellport H. S. Nine Takes Ei ghth Strai g ht! Blanking S. Huntington < Suffolk County Gun Asso. Gives Awards The annual meeting and club dinner of = th e Suffolk County Rifle and Pistol association was held Thursday night May, 9 , at the Sunrise inn , Eastport. The association is composed of five rifle clubs , the Sunrise Rifl e and Pis- tol club , of Huntington , the Sag Har- bor Rifle and Revolver club, the Port Jefferson Rifle and Revolver club, the Riverhead Rifle and Revolver club and the Ronkonkoma Rifle club. All clubs were represented. The following officers for the com- ing year were elected: William Her- zog of Center Moriches , president; Howard Moreland , Connnack , vice- president; Earl Hawkins , Port Jef- ferson , secretary ; Horace Johnson , Jr., Center Moriches , treasurer; Dr. Braem , Sag Harbor , statistical officer , and Courtney Rogers , East Hampton , executive officer , Five gold medals were awarded the members of the Sunrise Rifle and Pistol club team , which won this year ' s league shoots , with only one -defeat by the Sag- Harbor team , which team took sec- ond place. There were 26 out and all had a good time. One dollar and fifty cents is all it costs for a subscription to \The Mid- Island Mail. Select miss Roger s For Vacancy at L. R. School Next Term Miss Eleanor C. Rogers of West- hampton has been chosen by the Lake Ronkonkoma. school board to fill . the position which will be left vacant at the end of the term by Mrs. William Du Bois teacher of the third ¦ and fourth grades , who is retiring. Mis s Rogers was graduated from Westhamp ton high school in 1936 , and during 1936-37 she took gradu- ate work at the New York State Teachers college , at Albany. This was followed by her attendance dur- ing 1938-39 at New Paltz N ormal school. In September , 1A39 , she be- gan teaching the third and fourth grades* at the • Newington Home for Crippled Children , Newington , Conn., where she is now located and during the . summer of 1940 , she continued her studies at New York university. 6 Hits for 6 Runs Gives Nesconset Victory at Coram Nesconset made the most of six hits at Coram on Sunday to defeat.th e Coram nine , 6—3 , in a Western Suf- folk league game. The visitors took . the lead in the first innin g' by scoring\ , three runs and were n ever headed : after that , although Coram came back in their half of the first -with a brace of runs. Gimmler went the route for Nes- conset , allowing nine hits. Thomas , was on the mound for Coram. Coram nb r h pohVcsconsct ab r h po Hart . IC 2 0 0. 21W,DonTy, 3b 5 10 3 Rrown. lb 5 1. 2 ?UKcrwin . lf -10 0 0 Hooker.« 1 0 ' 0 . 8 j Ham -Ik ,- 5 2 114 DueirsUi . ct S l- ' 2-. \0|Ncar ,ss 5 10 _ . • Fessler.T) 2 0 1 <! Can-ttc-ra'ii . lb 3 2 1 *7 J3vrnes.3b 3 1 0\2 Kiillnek , if •! 0 . 1 O Fini, 'ju- , 2b 4 0. l* ' 2|lS.Don , Iy, cf 3 0 1 1' Saini-tn. rf 4 0 0 0 *01iifson. 2b 4 0 13 Bladoa. ss 4 0 2 3 Gimml.r.p -1 0 1 O Albi-eeh-t . lf 3 0 10 Vitkurojf 10 0 0 CHolVmu n .c 1 0 0 0 i. G, HolTman , c 1 0 '0-0 Thomns ,|> 0 0 ' 0 . 2 ^_ Totals 30 3 . 0 271 Totals 38 (J 15-27 Score b*y innings :' Ncacona-t :) 1 0 0 2 O 0 0 0-6 Ciivnm . 2: '0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-3 ' Homo runs—CnnnUirti 1. 'E-yo-bnse bits— Hnnak 1 . Doiuiely , 1 , Hnlloek. Runn balled ir— F CBS I CV 2 , FY Kniwr 1, Hullock 3 , Cmmtum- 1- -Assists — ByrncH. K CHB I CV D, Albr-ecbl 2 , Ulncles 3 , Oiimmler , 3 , N oi l- , Cnmiterm , .Umiak . , • Donnelly 2, Errors—Donnelly, Urown, Hooker .; J-Jcanlei\ . Stolen buuca—Coram, First on Imlls —o(T Albvecht. * \ Struck out—by FcH-aley (» . * Albrccht 4;. by Glmmler 13. Left on liases- — ¦ Ciinini J) , Nesconset 2. ]5ju\ne<l runs—Cuvnm , 3 ,, Neiioonset ff. Hit liy vilcliev—Ke»sU>i- 2. ' Donnelly, Scoi-oi- — D\ l^jnffwi' . - Uirj i-irc — GaVlor. ¦>¦ ¦ ¦ . f. . SOUTH SHOICE ! BASEBALL LEA CUE- W. I* . Town Highway 3 0 . , Smithtown Police 3 0 Mt. Sinai :.-... . ' . 1 2' W. Patchogue 1 2 • Middle Island' :...... 1 2 ] Sayville .... '» - 0 3 j Sunday 's Results W. Patchogue 7 , Sayville (i (11 innings) • Town Highway \8 , ME, Sinai 4 - Sni i thtcwn 4 , Middle Island 1 Next. Sunday ' s (.amies : Smithtow n i -vs. Highway (At Weiclne-r ' s Field). W„ Patchogue at Middle Island Ut, ' Sinai at- Sayvallc ¦ ^^ One part of - camp whero reveille caused an exodus. , Inter ior of the ¦ f * ' unrer floor of one, of the 4-0 iwo-story bavr»cks bwildjing* recentl y erected in tlio Cimip ^ nrc a on ,*Iic Army reservation at Yapl»«iik, This harrac^, each (Icsign^l to iiccoinmp. / date 6!_ wen , »*& presentl y being used by selectees during tlieir brief stay at Unton while awaiting traiwiwg camp i »flsignmbi»tW, , , ¦¦ ¦ • ¦ . , - ' ' • . • ' ' - ¦: . ' . . ¦ , ¦ .. . . , . ¦ ; ¦ ¦ ' * . \ ¦?' ' ; ' - 'V;. * . , ¦ ' , ' ¦ ' . ¦ ¦ - ' . ' ¦ ' . • ; ' ' ¦ . ,, ' ,„ ¦; ;• ¦ „ ' \ * ' . ¦ ' . . • .. ' . , - ' ¦• ' ' . ' ' f ¦ ' . ' ¦ ¦ ' ' . : UPTON RESTING PLACE

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