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S2 THE HERALD STATESMAN. YONKERS,'N. Y., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1952. TELEPHONE YONKERS 5-5000
Coast Team Meets Bronx Rollers In Paraplegic Game In Armory^
Veterans Duel tests- Wermei^Pr'aekAce At Roosevelt]Barnard Rock
For 4 th Time" Mark Start Of To Train For Olympics In Army Collegiate By
Jn Annual Fray White Division Roosevelt High track ace, is cur-
Sgt. Donald Badinelii,. former 72-20 Margin
i. rently awaiting Army reassign- NEW YORK—Rebounding from
Basketball f r o m wheelchairs Second half play opened last
night in the White Division of ment so he can train for possible their first loss of the season
wil} take the sports spotlight to-
the Rec Senior League with the competition in the 1952 Olympic Barnard overwhelmed a small, in-
morrow night in Yonkers when
Marty Ball Association and Polka Track and Field events this Sum- experienced and completely out-
the Lud-Dales present their an-
Dots gaining narrow victories. classed Collegiate five. 72-20.
nua] n>admission paraplegic bes- mer at Helsinki, Finland.
k3tball game at the State Armory The Pacoys scored a one-sided Sunday on the second leg of a
Badinelii has been stationed two-game road trip, Barnard had
at 8:39 P. M. The program will triumph in the third of a trio of with the Iceland Defense Force
begin-at 7:30. basketball games at Saunders a seven-game victory string snap-
and he hes been granted a trans- ped by Friends Central School in
A group of paralyzed veterans gym. fer to a U. S. Army post so he can Philadelphia.
from Van Nuys, Calif., represent- The Association edsed the Hung work out and enter the armed The Barnard's cagers yesterday
ing Long Beach as the Flying Dcms. 36-35. How_Fer, scoring forces Olympic track tryouts this
honors went to Eshoo ~of~ the fwere—continually— ahead—of—their—
Wheels invade the local scene S_nm.r: rivals by • 19 or more points
seeking to make ""it three wTnS i:i losers with 14 points. Hagan led
the winners with 10. He was former broad jump and throughout the one-sided affair.
100-yard sprint titlist Of Yonkers Coach Lud Bok used 11 players in
The Polka Dots scored a 35-31 and Westchester County coached all, keeping his tallest players,
Police And Firemen
n To Vie Tomorrow
triumph over Kneelands in an
overtime duel. The score at the
close of the regulation four
by Roosevelt's Leigh MacCurdy.
He captured fifth p l a c e in the
Captain Mark Sachs. Jack Recker,
a Yonkers lad, and Bill Mayer,
1947 iN'ational High School Champ- sidelined for more than two
In Tug-Of-War peiiods was 28-all. Panek paced ionships and a runnerup ribbon periods, in an effort to keep the
the Polka Dots with 14 markers, in the Junior Metropolitan cham- score down.
Two quintets of Police and while Cameron tallied 12 for the pionship of New York City, estab-
Firemen will stage a tug-of- The first period score character-
losers. lishing a 100-yard dash record in ized the outing. Collegiate scored
w a r tomorrow night—at— the- Sparked by Nowak's 16 points, the C. Y. O. Meet in N. Y. C. SUJ.. ___.AL1> BADINELLI
State Armory as a feature of one point, Barnard 20. At half-
the Pacoys o u t d i s t a n c e d * the time it was 35-9 and after three
the Lud-Dales program. The Knicka-Bockers, 42-16. Badinelii attended Iona College
picked teams will go into ac- The box scores: and took down blue ribbons in the relay, gaining an athletic scholar- frames, 56-13. Nicky Schiff, Barry
tion during halftime of the Pacoys O. F. P. Knicka-B'era O. Junior Met Indoor Championships ship to the University of Wyoming. Tischlcr and Goldman combined
paraplegic veterans' basket- Kelly, f 1 0 2 Dratch, I 1 in New York City and the New His home address is 255 East for 38 of the winners' points.
Cavank'h f 1 3 Little, f i Jersey indoor invitational one-mile Schiff tallied 14 for the high and
ball game. Nowak. c 2 16 Meeney. e 0
237th Street, the Bronx.
Chairman Tom Mclnerney Regan. i 0 4 Peel, t 2 Tischlcr and Goldman 12 apiece.
Sweetman 1 3 Savlola. t 1 Haas, Collegiate's center, w a i
reports arrangements for the
test of strength were made
through Gilbert A. Hoyt, pres-
SWINGING into action at the
Northeastern District Women's
liam Heep of Yonkers, a mem-
ber of- Westchester Wicks No.
Team No. Two. Two scored
a 10-6 victory over Team One
17 8 42 Totals T 2 16
Sacred Heart Boivs By 64-63 high for the losers with 11. v
Barnard, 8-1 on the season now,
ident nf_thf> Firemen's Mutual _Cnrljnp Championships at _J_ One teqm. Looking x>n is Mrs. yesterday:—Stag Photo. moots Locii-t Valley-. F-riend*_*t-
Association- and ""Robert
Martin, president of the Police
Andrews's Uol__*lub is Mrs. Wil- Arthur BlancRard of Yonkers of Kn*_l..nd»
TglVryv^O. On Free Throw home tomorrow.
The box score:
Benevolent Association. . Cameron, t 6 12 Thomas, f Barnard O. F. P. Collefliata o. r. f.
ELMSFORD — Bob McNamee's
Tonight at 6 o'clock Mr.
Mclnerney will be interviewed
Westchester Wicks No. 3 Enter Serafin's 668 Thomps'n-c
Sacred Heart cagers came within
seconds of upsetting a powerful
Sacred Heart held a five-point Tischler, _ 6 0 12 Nelms. f - 0
lead, but the Irish couldn't hold Schiff. f
off the closing drive of the speedy Ooldman
1 1 3 Nanos, I
4 6 14 Blin
5 2 12 Hads. e
1 1 .
1 0' 3
4 3 11
by Lenny Dillon of Station
WFAS on the latter's sports
Semi-FinalsOfCurlingTourney Sets New Mark _
Totals, 14 3 31 Totals 15 5 35
New York School for the Deaf
team last night but Ed Matthew's
NYSD squad, Recher. c
Angelo Capozzi's field goal tied Horn
5 Conrad •
2 Rosen, f
2 0 4 Norderpian
0 0 0
0 1 1
Hung- Demi F. P. Marty alls O. foul shot with seven seconds left the score at 63-63 in the last min- Mayer, c 2 1 5 7 Arnaud. g . 0 0 0 .•
"Westchester Wicks No. 3 entry, James A. Clarke, skip met Nash- In B Bowling
Savlts 3 1 Reiner 0
MOUNT HOPE— Westchester Wicks No. 4. Mrs. Versa.!, f 0 2 Keane. f in the game gave the Deafmen ute of play and then, with seven S a c h s . ; 1 0 2
J. Tyra, t 0 4 Hagan. f
C. T y r a 0 2 Oomea. c their 10th win in 11 starts, 64-63. seconds left, Matthews was fouled Schuster 2 2 8
four attempts against the skipped by Mrs. Charles M. Hov-Bronx Qrsb'ski. c 1 5 Moynlhan The game was tight all the way,
Rollers of the Bronx Kingsbridge ey. and three Utica rinks today ua Xo. 2 in a consolation semi- Yonkers Bowling Association Eshoo. g 4 14' Ryan, g as he drove in for a shot. He sank Totals 28 16 72 T o t a l s - , 6 8 20
Majcher, g 0 3 Kaeck. _ with the quintets entering the one of the two free throws and Barnard . SCORE BY PERIODS M ' 73
Veterans Hospital. 1 were in the semi-finals of the in- final today. Finals in both brackets Class B keglers continue to break Brennan final quarter tied 48-48. With two 20 35
While other entertainment, in- augural—Northeastern D i s t r i-c-t- ivill-bo-at-tained-today-,— time ran out before Sacred Heart Collegiate 1 9 13 20
cluding a play-by-play Troadcast women's curling championship be- T^ei_^~aT.t_^r. l a s r ^ ^ Totals 15 5 35 Totals 13 10 36 Referee— -McOrath. Umpire—Davis. Tlm»
er— B « n _ -_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ h . Mlsstdl fOUlS^—
over loudspeaker by Lenny Dillon ing contested at St. Andrew's Golf a narrow margin. court. Barnard 1*r. Colltglate 16.
of" Station WFAS. is slated, the Club.
spotlight will be riveted firmly on
In keeping Westchester's slim ti-
Gorton Sta\ s
Stan Serafin of the Corners last
night entered' a new series high Commerce To Oppose Saunders: Moynlhan Heart's John Moynihan Trotting Aide
the courageous teams, each of into the B season books with a Sacred
tle hopes alive for the Hovey Tro-
whom has.held the title of-Na- phy yesterday, Mrs. Hovey paced
tional W h e e l c h a i r Basketball her Wicks to a 12-1 victory over
248-184-236-668 tally. The new
mark, by one pin.-bests.the old set Gorton, Yonkers In League Tilts waspoints,"scorerof int hthe ,game with Hails U.S.T.A.
all e m scored on
Mrs. Anita Stillman and the Nash-
ua. N. H. No. 2 rink. Swim Matches
just three weeks ago by Larry
Lamoureaux. It was that same Commerce pays a visit to slump-times this season and may have a
Matthews, F r a n c i s Culliman
A rugged tour of eight games The Utica trio scored its three
In 16 days is the task of the triumphs over rinks from The
night, Jan. 17. that Ralph Prag- ing Saunders in the only intracity
Gorton High School undefeated liola set the single game record clash of a heavy basketball slate
chance to upset powerful New and Capozzi shared scoring honors
Rochelle. Like Gorton, they have for the Deafmen, Culliman leading
Work In State
Country Club of Brookline^ Mrs. swimmers last night continued in of 266. tomorrow. had three straight road games and with 18 points, Matthews ending
Coast cagers. With the Yonkers ALBANY. (AP)—A district direc-
tussle tomorrow night markmg Edgar Lortz led Utica No? 1 to first place in the Yonkers High The WIAA cage group steals have a 2-2 home record. with 17 and Capozzi with 15.
a 13-6 win over Brookline No. 1: Schools. Swimming League \\;ith a Serafin's performance last night most of the thunder as A. B. Davis tor of the U. S. Trotting Associa-
approximately the half-way spot Coach Joe Seidell's Roosevelt I t was the fifth loss in 12 starts
on the journey, the Flying Wheels Mrs. Townsend Foster directed 52-13 victory over Commerce's at the Polish Community Center visits Gorton, New Rochelle is at Indians take the first step in a for. Sacred Heart,
tion says harness racing has flour-
Will be well on their way to com- Utica 2 to a 10-9 win over Brook- undermanned squad. Roosevelt set the Corners up for an easy Yonkers and Roosevelt travels to long break from intracity action ished under USTA control and any
The visitors won the junior var-
pletion of the fifth annual const- line No. 2, and Mrs. Robert Hurd held its share of second place with triumph as they blanked the Cats, Mamaroneck in their tussle with Mamaroneck. change would result in a "chaotic
3-0. sity game, 31-28, after trailing at condition." '
to-coast tour and the addition of had Utica No. 3 victorious 16-7 a 41-25 win over Saunders. Both All are slated to b-gin at 7:30 No city foes are n u m b e r e d halftime ,15-25.
enough 'mileage to make their over Brookline No. 3. meets were at the Linden Street The runnerup series and only P.M. except the Roosevelt tilt Frank L. Wiswall, who also Is
among the five straight WIAA The box score:
five - year total 30.000 miles. Westchester was first to get in Pool. Yonkers, which divides the other string to reach the 600 mark which starts at 4. opponents Roosevelt will meet be- president of Saratoga Raceway
N.Y.S.D. O. P. P. Sacred Hrt. O F. P . gave his view yesterday at the an-
The.y______overed this, ground trav- the consolation final yesterday as loop's second spot u i t h the In- was Sal LoRicco's flat 600 for the Andrus Home will visit Child-- tween^tomorrow arid'Feb. 26r Culllmah. f 7 4 18 Noynihan, f 10 0 20
. eling by chartered airline. Mrs. Frank Baker led Westchester dians at three wins and one loss, Luncheons—also at the PCC. The ren's Village for a 7 P.M. contest Three of these games are on the
Glouvinl 0 0 0 Galvln. f 4 0 8 nual meeting of the association's
had a bye. Gorton has- four vic- Luncheons gobbled the Sports' and Sacred Heart has a 3:30 en- Perrons, t 3 1 7 Hlnchcllffe 5 1 11 District 9, which includes all of
TheJr record pri'*r to this last Wicks No. 2 to a 10-6 win over tories. " glorv. 2-1, -f-g^rgefrtent a t Ha4,s4ed: :
road. Roosevelt, however, is cer- C g p o - . l . r 6 3 15 Tlmmons. e. I _.
journey stands at 32 victories and Mrs. Harry Hahn. and .Westchester tain to-be still leading the intra Matthews g 1 17 McDonald 0
Wicks No. 1. The Seibert Medal Serafin's first game —.248 Only one before-dark encounter Zupka, it 5 7 Flower, g 5 11 The director apparently was re-
only 12 defeats playing similar is the goal of the curlers in the Both of last night's losers have city race when they return as Schmidt 0 0 Bakutes. g 2 10 ferring to reports that a joint leg-
been awarded 10 point handicaps earned the night's single honors, is listed for the area quintets with
paraplegic teams. their record is now a perfect 6-0. 27 9 63 islative committee, headed by Re-
Both teams are made up solely
consolation bracket. for the season because of small while four pins down LoRicco took Tuckahoe at Fieldston at 3:30. The game with cellar-dwelling
Totals 25 14 64 Totals
squads. another second spot. The rest are all scheduled for SCORE. BY PERIODS publican Leader Arthur H. Wicks
Mamaroneck represents an excel- N. Y. S D. 20 31 48 64
of veterans of either the Korean In addition to the PCC, matches 7:30. Sacred Heart __^ 21 34 48 63 of the State Senate, would pro-
campaign or World War IT. Th" Bookkeepers could manage lent chance for Roosevelt to gain Umpire — Millman. pose that the USTA, a private cor-
One Yonkers boy, Lou Scara-
muzzi will play with the Bronx
but three points on three thirds were reported at the Jewish Com-
as they forfeited two events-—the munity Center, the 20th Century League games with Dobbs Ferry at
Two are Western Westchester
WIAA ground in its race tp pass
Referee — Dilley.
Timer—J. Schmidt. Scorer—HUelns.
Missed Fouls— N. Y. S. D. 10, Sacred
poration, be shorn of controls over
harness racing in the state.
100-yard breaststroke and 200- lanes and the Empire Rec. Hendrick Hudson and Ardsley Heart 5.
squad. The Rollers, having a rug-
ged season, have won only one of Broncos First
yard freestyle. Leading scorers: meeting Irvington on the Dobbs Villagers Meet Andnis The Wicks Committee is expect-
ed to recommend that the .controls
—five-? ta^ts -in -the-Eastern -Wheel-
chair Basketball Association ''his
_._In.._._.Roosavelt_.triump_h^-the_ .5. L» ____...rri_s ^ 4 3 _ 1 S _ _ _ 35_=_ 58. Ferry ..High School court. Ojne
Tradesmen captured a win, three LoRtcco. Luncheons _ _ 3 9 177 244—600 Hudson River League clash has
Kleineip, Sportsmen _
2 189 175—596
Children's Village has a double
advantage over Andrus Home as
Iona Retains — be vested in the State Harness
seconds and a third, dominating Monaco. Luncheons __218 214 161 — 593 Hastings at Ossining. it seeks to repeat a 30-28 win
season, but their all-time r eccrd
is better than that of the visitors.
the 50-yard freestyle. Homa won Lftvls. Plowtrs
Bronxville High School's Bronco that event in 32.5. while Miller fin- Turco. Sportsmen _ 201 2 1 1 164—576 and Concordia Prep will be at
—B«f_t e—ihoiijack of league for- cagers last night felt the sting of ished second. Tech's Leaholm Straub. Ca'.s Z-bieS-kl. Corners .
183 2 CO 202—585
193 225 151—569
Barnard will host Locust Valley scored the first wpek in January,
The Villagers will l>e at home and
Bowling Title, Wiswall declared that "the crea-
tion of any lack of uniformity in
17fi 179 212—567 Bronxville. , the rules would put the sport back
tune the Rollers hliv~__woTt--nine-|_eJ_aJLfor the first time in seven marked two seconds, in the 100 Melowltz. Cats
of. thirteen overall this season Grel>t. Luncheons .
outings thTs, -feasorr-as— a—*ttually. yard- breast s t r o k e and 200 yard_ New-brand. Sports , 191 171 195—557
167 203 191 — 561
184 194 179—557 C o m m e r c e S e e k * R e v e n g e
will have been resting since Tues-
day. Wins All Prizes in the same chaotic condition that
existed in 1938."
hapless Bellows High quintet lit a freestyle, while the Tribe's Ford —" TEA at RESULTS The Commerce-Saunders con- Andrus will he busy this after- By JACK MATTHEWS "At that time." he added, " t h t
Turrl Top Scorer 53-10 upset fuse to explode the repeated with a second in the 100 men 020th Century : Sport •men 3 , I n n - test will he a return game. Slump-
noon when . . " t a n g l e s wifh Ko- WHITE PLAIN'S— sport was floundering undci—the-
Charles T u r n of the Rollers Is visitors' undefeated skein. The yard freestyle and third in the 50 At Empire Rec: Isles 2. Market. 1. ridden Saunders lost, 68-47, in Ihe hut in a 3:30 P.M. clash in the Dnfcnding Iona Prep of New Ro- varying rules of three different as-
the team's scoring sparkplug hav- reverse took place on the winners' yard freestyle. At PCC. Luncheons 2. Sports 1: Corners first meeting two weeks ago. Andrus gym and should be more chelle did more than retain the sociations."
ing meshed 55 EWBA league court. 3. Cats 0; Flowers 3i Garagemen 0; Jewel- tired.
The summaries: er- 2. Boomerangs 1. Commerce was soundly thumped Westchester Private and Parochial Wiswall said that harness racing
points for third high position in Cy Benson and Angie Evangelis- Roosevelt 41, Sjun_»r.< . 5 A'. JCC: Cones 2. Amusements 1; Rlver- by Roosevelt Tuesday for its Sacred H e a r t will be in its School Athletic Association bowling had prospered since the creation
the race for individual laurels. ta of the Bellows quintet collabo- 50 YARD FREESTYLE—Homa. S a u n - da;es 2. Flashes 1; Houses 3, Aces 0; second straight loss. Commerce's third straight load game when championship- here yesterday at of the USTA in 1938. He cited New
Services 2. Parkways 1.
Miilcr. S - t i n d "
Of the 16-man Bronx squad, 11 rated on a 35 point scoring spree. ders, f.rst. third Tim?—3Z ..V second; Ford.
Roosevelt, last previous setback was a three- it duels Halsted. Bob McNamee's Post Academy. The Irish went fur- York State as a "prime example"'
are Korean .veterans.-.Two of the Benson "netted 20 points as his 1.1 YARD BREASTSTPOKE— Murzu'.ls. poihter to Le_ Bock's Yonkers ran2y_Insh_w__opcd__Halsted-in- th_t_than_that-by-winning-first and and said th'e state had derived
Flyng W heels...tra.ce_th.eir_ injuries.[sharer-while—Evang_istar-accounV-4- _^' _. .. ^—__r_e.rn;—Sarnrd err: .»».- GrY.Or-S eirionr M eetiiTg" Bulldogs. Commerce was coming
the Sacred Heart gym, 60-33, on second team positions and taking about $12 million in pari-mutuel
to Korea. F.oor. fit. third. Tlr_>—
ed for the other 1... along rapidly with three straight Jan. 9. both individual titles to cart home revenue from the sport last year
YARD FREESTYLE—In_ebret*en. In Cage Round Robin
1 30 8
Ray Mitchell, at thirty years of 200
After a 13-13 first period dead- Rooseve!t. fir' t: L*afcp:rn. **-"*i_f- •-/-. victories before the. Yonkers de- Three of the area contests are every award offered in the tour- compared to $143,000 in 1940.
age the oldest player on the visi- lock in which Bronxville's Craw- or.ri: Tlmon. ney.
tors' team, in his third vear of ford Shaw delivered most of 2:4. * Roo-cv^U. third. Time— A round robin to decide the sec- feat and appears in good shape'for return engagements. The Wicks Committee was set
a repeat win over a Saunders club Barnard, recently removed from The No. 1 Irish quintet won the up last Winter to study all phases
paraplegic basketball. G i l b e r t his 12 point game total, the Pan- 100 YARD BACK3TROKE--Rco?tveit. ond round winner of the CYO that hasn't won since the first
forfeit * l n . Senior Basketball League will be- week in January. Saunders has the undefeated ranks, meets Lo- team championship by amassing of horse racing in New York
Oritz and Waltef Haley, bo.th in thers pulled steadily ahead. Dick 100 YARD FREESTYLE—Smart. r>oo«e- cust Valley. Barnard will be seek- 2.246 pins, while the second Iona State.
thrir fourth years, are the veteran Knnis, scoring 11 points, along with r.;t. first: F o r d . - R o o T t v . l t . second: Car- gin tomorrow night at the Cath- now lost seven straight. ing to duplicate a 75-43 walloping unit finished as runner-up with 2.-
pacemakers of the coast's rolling Shaw were the lone Broncs per- t o o n . Saunders. • t h l ; . . Time—1 02 R olic Youth Renter gym. In the Gorton's cagers. fresh out of a it handed the Valley cagers earlier 050 Blessed Sacrament of New Ro-
chelle. third last year, held on to V.F.W. Team Bows, 5-2
150 MEDLEY RE! AY — Roosevelt —1.47..
racers. mitted near the Bellows cage. 200 YARD P.EL.Y — R c o i e v . l t — 2 03 opener at 7:30, Sacred Heart will five-game losing spin, should have this season. •
Shooting Blanks meet St. Josephs with Holy Eu- their hands full with A.B. Davis. Ardsley ripped Irvington, 50-44, that spot with 1,921. Horace Mann In Table Tennis Match
Trophy To Be Given Gorton 52. Commtrx* 13
Jack Theriot's continued scoring 50 YARD PRZESTYLE— B.:»r,d. Gor- charist and St. Anns playing in Gorton suffered a 77-55 defeat at home and will try to duplicate of the Bronx was fourth at 1,193
Arthur V. Nelson of Yonker..
Special Service Officer at the slump proved a serious handicap ton, ftrtt; Borre third. Time—31 3 Mur- the second game.
.. Gorton, second; on the Davis hoards last month the procedure on the-Dobbs Ferry followed by Concordia Prep of The New York Knicks defeated
Bronxville. 1,872, and last-place Ir- VFW Post 1666 of Yonkers. 5-2,
Kingsbrdge H o s p i t a l , sjrar.ted to the visitors, who needed ail the forfeit svin 100 YARD BR:.ASTSTROKE--Gnrton. On Friday. Feb. 15, Sacred with the humiliation added to by court. While Irvington is using
ving School of North Tarrytown, last night on the loser's tables.
firepower they couid muster. the fact that th. Davis total was their court, Dobbs Ferry will he
permission for the Bronx team to 200 YARD FREESTYLE—Gorton, forfeit Heart meets St. Anns in the first a new school scon rig record. Gor- 1.666. Concordia was last^ year's Feature of the match was a 29-27
Theriot was limited to a single win at Hendrick Hudson. The Dobbs
compete. A I_>s Angeles news- game and Holy Eucharist plays St. ton will he home for the first time Ferry losing streak has now reach- nniner-_p.
paper is paying most of the ex- point. Last week against Scarsdale ton. flr<t: K i l m u s . Gorton, second: Kach- Josephs in the second contest. On. in four starts after defeating qame won by Gusikoff of the
100 YARD BACKSTROKE— W!!«on. Oor-
ed nine in a row and a 57-33 loss The medal for high single game Knicks over Cal Skinner of" the
penses of the Van Nuys' team's he walked off with the same lone m i r . Commerce, third. T i m e — 1 23 8 Monday. Feb. 25, Sacred Heart Saunders to end its slump Tues- to Hudson was the second game
trip, although the. Fifty-two As- digit. Dick Miller came through ton.100 YARD FREESTYLE— Herdlna. o r t o Q ^ and Holy Eucharist play in the day.
Gor- went to Martin Dallenhach of Iona VFW.
flr<t. Poklne. Gorton, second: H of that span. Winkss Dobbs Ferry No. 1 for his third line of 201. Joe
sociation of New York will pay with eight markers for the Bron- Commerce, third. T i m e — 1 0 5 f» opener with St. Josephs and St. has only five games left in which
for its stay in New York. co's in the closing minutes. Bel- 150 MEDLEY RFL-AY—Gorton—1 42 Yonkers well-balanced team has Irwin of the Irish No. 2 team had •ingle.
lows, however, was well ahead by 200 YARD RELAY—Gorton—2 13 2 Anns slated for the second game. shown a lightning fast break at to score its first success. B <Knlc_s>
high triple of 481. A year ago, <V_W>Ouslkoff 29-_7; R. defeated <Kn!c_«> Skinner
Mitchell and Haley of the visi- the third period and increased the 21-15. Schenk
Jim Collins of Concordia gathered _ J. H a r t l t a n < v r w > 21-13. 21-17: U
tors have won the Gotham Trophy edge still further with a fourth up both awards for his 194 sin- Jayson (Knlrks) d. W Schell (V_W) 21-1S.
Powers' 2 2 Sparks
In the past which will again tie period tally of. 14 points.
Riven to the game's most valu-
The . downfall for the Rroncs
They'll Bo It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo C.Y.O. League Play
gle and 507 triple.
Out of the medal class hut well 21-10.
21-14: J. Martin (V7W) d. J. Read
(Knlcksi 21-n. 21-lft: W. Saundera
0_n1rk») d. J. Van Bramer ( V . W ) 2 1 - U .
up in the three-game scoring were
The Yonkers City Fife and Drum came at the foul line, where they Powers of St. Marys tossed In 22 Jules Fajans of Concordia with a
Corps led by Joseph Blat/heim netted four out of 13 tries, and on DM8U_B tGA FRUSTRATED THIS /S VJORSE Rklnner and Martl-'i (V'F"W> d. Ouslkoff
Ytf_6£T A 6JY points last night to lead his team- 469; Don Ewald and Dallenhach. and Jayson (Knicks) 21-17. 21-17.
and former state champion baton- the backboards. Bellows' man for WAIT UPl
WHO C4M R£AU.y
6ON0 VV_nr__?-GrV_; H/M THAN HOT HAVW5 Saunders and need iKnlrksi d. Hartlgaa
both of Iona No. 1. 467's. and Kd and Srhell (VFW) 2 1 - 1 7 , 21-14
twjrler Rose n.a*k Tiernan will man clicked throughout and gave PLAY 'JAODAROO0- A UKULELE AHO LET AFWOPLAIBi-* mates to a 64-45 victory over St.
way only after the most deter- PLAY, AHO OM8UL8 HIM OO OUT N THE- UE'D OROVVf. OUT Josephs in a CYO Metropolitan Taylor of Blessed Sacrament with
give nn exhibition. &YA KHOW IT?
mined efforts on the part of the FOULS MM UP r_)MMlr_> BACKYARD At® DEEVUE- THE PMLHARMOtHC* League basketball contest at the a 466. Other high singles were a r R O BASKETBALL
In a short basketball game the visitors. rTc^OES-^W-O.- TWEM TUNES HOBQOY Br
196 by Bob Heggy of Iona No. 2. YESTERDAYT h e Aisdctaled Presi
06- DOM /3 _>_•_£- LE-DEEDLE -LE- D _ M - Catholic Youth Center. Stasiah led
Lud-Dale Little Leaguers will op- y^Zrr KNOWS — and 183 hy Karle Johnson of Iona N B A ,
pose the Colts Boys Club The The Bronxville boys fared better the losers with 16 points.
De-_.c___-UrV.-tf.' VMEH HE'S rJOT No. 1. ' Boston . 9 . Syracuse „H
Colts will nlso give an exhibition ha the junior match with the Buc T4-X4-TE'_LM-- VOCAL r.l8lT__rir3i H E S
St. Johns defeated St. Pauls, New York 71. Baltimore 70
of various sports. Jays winning. 35-25. George Car- 36-31, in another league encounter.
neal of the winners was game high S3 6CXT IT. NOO-IM 6HCAV)r_. 6CO_SE HOW, Denise was tops for the winners
Tossing up the ball for the scorer with 12 points. TO M/AKS B 4 e _ y
main game will he a sports ce. h- AFRAID I DOr/T with 13 points, while Sullivan net-
The box score: K < W TR4T ON_~
>D COtk&CTOHS IM ted 10 for the losers.
rity who will attend as a guest • r s n x v l l - O. r. T. Sell. _ t O T P THE KITCHEN"
of the 52 Association. T7-.fr lot t 0 1 H»t>» f
HOW ABOUT The results:
Knnls. f 'MCX»_TME Joseph'! ...10 St <•
Chew-leaders from Roosevelt Cnaptr.an.e, 11 Benton f
Marr'i . . 1* 31 M <<
and Yonkers High Schools will Miller i
4 Judd. c TUATS NJCE
R Palmare, g
participate as will tne Roosevelt f»ha». g 12 Pokorny g
HUM8ER M John'g . .10 1« it
Dance Club led by Rosetta Don- White 2 D H»«!ey
WJ. Pt Paula .. 12 10 . 24 31
Kraak 1 2 t^enctil
oghue. S tirtellsta
l TVfsP-R 1
i fa*\ £8. Milnarik And Bourne
Bukov. ky Rolls 5 6 5 Totala l t 4 40 Totslf
flCORJt BY p. R i o n s
rpw\R*v Pace Masonic Pinmen
Rront»i!le 13 _3 31
In Sugar Pin Circuit Mike Milnarik'n S04 series for
Timer. Hodsdon: Scorer. Ktmori
Olangrero; Van Certlandt and Burt Bourne's COMING-FEB. 16 thru 24
Jo_eph Bukovsky of Raw Sugars 212 alngle for Nepperhan showed
came through with a 213 opening
Missed Four* R r r . n i v i ; . 0. Bellows «.
the way for Westchester Masonic
League bowlers l«st night at Em-
GRAND CENTRAL PALACE, N.T.
game plus a _55 series to snare • JIM THORPE, World*! _ _ _ _ _ Atkl«_ A ^
individual honors in the Sugar W'HTT.: PIwAINS pire Alleys.
Bowling League last night. How-
ever, the second place Raw Sugars
The Westrhostrr h a d m i n t o n
tournament scheduled for Satur-
THCSE'S one. of TUEse
HUMMED AT EVCRY
Van C o n l a n d t J. _ryn Matrr I: Tern
Brook 1 Diamond 0 (forfeit': Thistle T*n
5ft_____.i ____J5"'' ';»E!$
dropped a 2-1 .verdict to fourth- day and Sunday at the County Cen- 3. Thistle Cm* 1; Nefcperhan '• R l ' l n t
upot Cannery. ' ter has hern canceled because of \PMNO PMrWS B_=OV- • t a r 1.
Csrev*. T I W * . — U ( R.Ntofl — T . _ , T w M u _. B#|u ,
t _ _ _ , , Art - * » , _ fc. , _ , . • _ , - l«4r|,v_f D**-
The results: insufficient entries. Charles H. THAXXAHPATlPO!*
C w m e r r J. Raw Sugar 1: Pipefitters } Pease, Supervisor of Athletics for Tei_H4TiOH4T TO HOCKEY RW.T7I.Tr* -TAn-mOST-rtAVK iXWTSlA_».___.__r<(f(tfujJ
Tankmen 1: Shippers 1 tlertMr« 1: MAft_ ffKBCrr* B» T h e A s « v l a t e d Presi O j e _ l _ 8 _ « . , F _ > . 1 6 , At 11 _ M.
(tlir*reom S, _ f t _ _ U o t _ 1; Engineers 3 the \«jr-srchester Recreation Com-1 vrrriftDAY
mission, announced today. 1
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Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York