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.)CIT1ZEN.AND CHRONICLE Thursday, May 10,1973
Thursday, May 10,1»73 CRAWFORD (N.J.
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, ...«**• ; *n>l»e-'*&&•& i } d Grippo each bad seven
doubles by Sean Smith and K4,m~—
Joe Tauru. Winning pitchers John Vkci (two. K's) T
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&-?r- $ito RanUn Fuel Red Seat )enm« Sti-attou al^ added
MacNamara, Pete Ahunorie
were Gary Shubert (five K's), the loss. Crow batter,"shared (IwoJTGUKatack (double and
the loss. Crow batter, yac
defeated be Senators 4-2. Neil sli^wtotbeSeafcause. ami Rich Creighton(8ix K's). LubesU, never got a chance to> ^iple), Ed Spqtts
Shuttner of the ~ were L b U t h
mougd duties for the swing his bat getting a walk two doWes). Fot
buried all the w w o e Joe Tauris ( 1 0 w*h ^t hit fwiy'tiwft n\ frfli Bli»h nWhfrlff- fllfrSS'." Bllh
,,, Rudi-Sebnberr and Ron
Ih a rain abbreviated singles matches, eight- Schetebch with two. Ooimai, Frank Bellomo<two K's). Sassi and Vkci hit safely for had safeties.
•chedute mis past week, the Cranford's first doubles Red So* scored two, in Each team had douWe), Smith *nd Bellomo both had the'Crows. The Shawnee
Cranford High School varsity team of Kevin, Koeuner and the,third inning oh a vlngte by in the fWd with Mike t i ^ awl ajxth knmgs. ttie
h fild periormsnee Mike ( i safeties for me IroquQis. The batters collected 12 hits; :V'
Sam Di HiWnjgfer; tee, w
Avenue Junior • •••"-•••• m o t h e i r o n l y Rich Sabok* went to the limit Don Puwr and a triple ty
match by defeating Berkeley before dropping their contest Chris Mtrte who later scored. Swb
bMketball - Dan ArthurfSike Heights 3-X in "a tough Wat- in three sets, 6-1, 6*. 3-6, on: a fielder's choice; They Don Heyburn and Dave
starting a swift T^enTaMwered backwlth a
* for the Senators. 1 Jetoninthefimajdtwo
n in thefourth andfifthand I M S ? Chow* 'orlhe Steve ;Markowlch . _
first thU year).
»n and Di? tirtl(by
Bear safety, that the, magic
allowed hits to
Bontempo, Scott A An- nami Comanches gathered 19. bits: triples by Kevin Claypoole and
home runs by Bob Lo Giudice John Maffey; doubles by Del Comancli**
doubles), Steve Peterman Capua twice derson, Tom Serzan, Jeff Lenapes4-Comattcbe*l (two), Gary Shubert and Bob Grippo, Maffey and Riok
ching Conference battle and ting the pressure on die scored two more in tJte fifth on Di teamed for the Red closed out the scoring with a
Daniels ^ . combining for eight Wa. (three singles, double), Rich rtmnersout at the Ail toning later Greg Hart- Baumannandagame-'
Bob Coieman, Edward move their record to 7-1. __^>nd doubles team of John Joe' Warren's singW, a hit to turn in a fine defensive run in the bottoinof me sixth.
Sox Cub -hitters wweTAugle George (single, double, Hurler Len Nlro (15 K'B) led Peters; a triple by Frank Sonntag (bis jflrst. hit)i Orxmfi
nett gathered the second and double to Mike MitcheU while the Multi-Am T Vebtura; a double by Losafeties by Del Grippo (two), CTMC Iroquolt
Gaven, John Grice, Roger First singles player Bob Bender and Bruce Levine. batsman and some fiulty play to nip a Senator rally. There was a total of 15 hits Jtete Roaae, S c triple), La Magna (two
Qe final hit against Rich's out- Star pitcher Joe Gachko also 1 win over the J.B Williams Gtndice; singles off the bats of Helmstetter (three), Dnfcw
stronger opposition ™, c 5 ' * l ? Voneluhaa, f i n g ^ , j ^ I ^ n « » n d i W W t Pirates 6-Giants 1
H a h ^ , T i m Iff*, Mark IT- Kaplan barely worked up; a This combination of a junior Senators fielding. Against the CJvempro In-in the game. For the A's Mike
win* Scott IQey, Lew Korngut; sweat as he won easilyfro,«-i. and a sophomore responded to Abo hitting for the Red Sox dians, the Red Soxfound their Storch, Pat Garrett, Mike SoxNelBSulUvanofthePale
Bob Model, Jin) Murphy, Tab Currie played strong the challenge with a tenskm- were Dave Daniels, Don hitting eyes to pound Indian Kiley and John Cafarb ^ach <*m?
Cougan in the opening
RlcE Jonei, llandy MilU,
Steve? Orieco, Brtc Bunting
The; Pirates downed the
standing SHching effort. allowed ,0ve hits but he was
McMnnevaiBo nelned hhnielf able to hold th« scoring to one Comanches - diefbiit of three and .Mike Newman (two
, , JWng safely t m . . \ , J : : : ' y ^
Lenape victories "
Lo Giudice, Peters, Creighton Scott and John Lesky. f-
apiece), Ventura, Peter Crows 14 - Iroquois 12 Bowden's Padres had a fine
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ParadiW) and Mark tennis at the second singles fflled M, 6-a, 6-1 triumph, Gajlupo and Chris Meade, a pitchers 13-2. For the Red Sox, had two whtte PhU McGovem However, Cranford helped andBobFrehch(3for4).RJcH -Giants W on Gary Julo's four twice. He also received solid The big Mow for the Blues Bob Lo GtiUBce v Amstutz and Shubert John La
Ravendl Williams spot and came off with a 6-164 .giving the match to the single ih addition tchis three Joe Warren, Don Putter and and Ed Mitchell h»d a single. New Providence a s i t h * <***& Urry Jones, andReds^-Piraiesi relieved Gon^ancb* The Crows,. coming from week last week, scoring two
Utter, The Pirate's attack was backing from Pat Green and was a triple off the bat of Tom Frank Ventura (three starter. Maflna and Chris McDonough behind to score three, runs in wins to boost their standing to
andLflaUeiyebb victory. Third singles player, Cougars. Dave Daniels shared the For the Tigers, Scott Schwarti the one run on a w m , « » > » Cougars committed «ev«» Walt PawowiU hit safety for K's) in
The Reds, next met | h e by a rarity - back to back, Jon Schwalbach who each who scored on a top of the third and also
the got then- first hits, the sixth; snatched^ an almost
Puteer and Joe Warren Itching duties whtte Rob Bad two 'hits- and Kevin Joe Warren and excetteSt base miscues, McNally, pitching a ' t t » ' I W i i . . - ' . v • • - ; ; • ' ; • • • " • • • .•••• " ; ' & % • " • : . ' ' ' . : . • , . • ' • : ^ : ' - • • • • - . • •
Jim Goodman, after winning Benoer's Auto Body Pirates fence^earing home runs by contributed three hits to the single by Bob Koelher; Keith was credited with - the
basketball -Have the first set 6-a, dropped the Sherman teamed to bold the Senators to aber and Hali Harvin Keimig, Mark JSych and Chris naming by Chris MAide.
Bannak, SUde Martin, Pat next two °*vV **, so the High series in the Sherman five hits and only one walk. etnickedfor the Indians. > . - 3ychhadone. .'
•1W : ' ' strong six hitter in whicfc
;. Also hitting for the Red Sox Mike McNally, handling the struck out six and walked i Cutwl-GiaQtsO and came away with a 4-1 wim Carmine Yannie and Ed Ups. Ram attack. Mike Forrestal, 'Jackson, Tony Colbert and Comanches'-sple hit Lenape Chicasaws 6 - Grees 1 Iroquois. John Barrett and Brewers, was bardfought.At
certain victory, from the Their first win, against the
Rich G«orge7four K's) went George Goeller and Lips hadTed Kettler and Brian MMce DeCato added hits to a Chic hurler, Gabe Noto, in a the bottom of (he third inning
GfMn, Can Dyer, Joe Dyer, Cougars led1 2-1 after the Bowling League were Along the way* Putzer and Hitting for the Red Sox were The Builders General Yanks were- Dave Daniels, CSiris bulk of the Qiugar pitdung took the M loss. Jerry 1 Augie Semple (10 K's)all the way for the Reds; safeUes for the Bucs. Giant Bradford rounded out' the Blue assault that came dose hitters were John Pawowitz three hit - 14 strikeout per- John Mclntyre combined for the Brewers were leading M 11 K's in a losing canse. Rich
(three), Len Mro (triple) and
Jun 1 Harrington, Ttngtliy by Lucille Pechinka, Dave Daniels, Ken Cteslak. beat the Aledtcs Athletics «-a Meade and Ken Cieslak. For duties, won one and lost one in sterrnan, at shortstop played hurled w e Cubs to a l-oCarmine Yannie (nine K's) Miters were Kevin Owens Ram's offensive punch with to giving .them. victory J e f f K r U g h ; ; V ; : / ; , • ; • • • ; v : formance, led his team to a 6-1 Hudack (14 K's) got^je win. but Haviland's hit triggered
Iforan, John De Angelo;
Lincoln Medley team Don Putzer, Chris Meade and behind the pitching of Dave the White Sox, Rick McCarthy the only two garnet mis week. the only* fiblld game in the shutout of the Klwanls Club and Robbie Matyas tone K) (single," double), Larry timely saf ties.
i>ti. Bob Ctarnat
V ^number one this season. :
victory over the Pathmark of , hitters were Tony off the Padre team which then
SCMl O'Neil, 446, Cookie Kane, 432, Wutsui (Ouuble), Mike CUuke -Mike: Cranford Crecs. John Web- fcwen-H*-
hits and Brian Kastner getting while his pitching rival Phil doubles and Alan Cunha hada be 5<<f With a .19 ERA it is Gary DeLonge and (eight K's) was tagged with Bucs: Hitting for the Pirates and Bob Czarnatowicz. Forrestal who turned in a Colts 5 -
basketball-Ray High series in the Lincoln and Lorraine Tami, 432.
School FTA Bowling League High games were posted by
captures event one. For the Indians M a n McGovernpitcaed well for the
Novdlo, Matt Dyer, Henry A's. Hitting for the Yanks
difficult to consider^ a Newman bad the only two hits the low. Each pitcher allowed were Ed Lips. Kevin Watson (three K's) was pitching gem and he did it with
Mike Colineri pitched the ster, with 12 K's Jn his mound triple), Anthony Ferrone
RookieTerry Moran picked Lenapes to their second win of debut, was tagged with the (two)f and Andy Amstutz (his pitcher, struck out nine,
Jeff Nemeth, the winning
John Dd RVBSO, Eric Reel-Strong Fuel White mediocre 3-2 log but the ERA as Cranford's offense was r ttirtehiU and both teams O'Donnell (three), Yannie rind tagged with the loss.
were rolled by Rose Knox, 436, Lucille PechinkariW*, Lydia Dave Stehlin, Malcolm MaQoVand Joe Ofarian each were Dave Cree, Roger BOX defeated the Tigers in a the aid of fine defensive plays up his first win of the season the week; a 9-3 battle against loss'. The Crees maintained a first). Hudack singled and walked none and gave up onry
Bob Speer, Mark;"; Carrajat, 172,- Come Kane, Pringle, Bob Kale and Jeff had o « single. ' • ' : Karalis, Mike Prussack, Dave thrilling down-to-the-Wire doesnot tell theentire story. It againnot without The Cougars stymied. ' in excellent per- Chris Sillito (twoapieceK The by his brother Jim, Jim when he relieved Bruce one-run lead into .the third, tripled in his own cause; Ward four hits. He also had one bit
AhoTjV b Sieve Joan Segebade, 416 and
173. and Pat Swandrak, 166. Becher, Cranford's distance The Indians turned back the Pahren, Harold Berlewe;Joe Is the un-ERA which hurts, were opportunities. ton . The Cubs scored Reds' hits were off the bats of Cardinals 2 5 - D o d g e r s 2 Delano,:Mike Sheehan and Correnti in. the fourth inning of the Michael's Custom Kitchen Lubeski doubled. Safeties HUinsky had two doubles and
Leitman; - I a n Ginny Marino,. 397. High the Whlt» Sox' the Cougar defense has as they Again had six walks in t Chicasaw*. Joe Marsden,
medley team', won first place Martin Jewelers Orioles 7 4 Scotti "and Jim McGean. For pulled out 5-4in the Seventh whtittfsteve Peterman,' George Rich Schwalbach. But;his Sunday's game. .. . the moiind for the Chics, took ft and Terry Bradford. were1 hit by Vied, Chuck Falkowski and Byrne each bit
Cameron, Jim Mike games were posted by Ginny sound, the victories with Davis accounting for Semple came (double), Walt Pawowitz The American Legion biggest support came from Bruce Correnti led the Colt the loss. Both pitchers fanned Ballman also hit safely in the O'Donnell, Jeff Samuelson, o n e . , :• '
Deinsey,. Marino, 167, Rose Knox, 161
Standings out of 21 teams last Saturday with Nick Fnmgello going all the A's, Pat Garrett had two of them. home on '.'•••'
Cermik, "and Dolores Janish, 145. W: L
at die Englewood Invitational the way for the win. Mike Sch- singles, Mike Storch and Phil The White Sox went in to the triple to (two) and Ed La Taurette. Cardinalsv on eight solid Wts solFd hitting by Rich batters with two hits and Bob eight/The Lenapes scored^ wcond. The Chics pulled Dennis Meehan. and Tom The pitcher for the Brewers
Brett Enis, Georg McGrath, . Two substitutes bowled well Lucky IV* StVi 34V, center. Bob
Hopefuls 57 Track Meet. They were midt and Len Korn shareel MoGovern each had one. sixth inning trailing 4-3 when singledfor and 18 walks, romped over the McKinnef with three hits, Intartaglio blasted his second first, tallying two runs on'--• themselves together in theTrotter.
^^ -- hits was Oshbener. Hitting singles
Bob N( Jack Papp and Sticky Plra 51 40
awarded a large plaque and the mound duties for the the Cubs. Gian! tters were Reds 6-Braves 4 Kohler-MacBean Dodgers. Geoff Walters; Pat Green, Jon double of this young season. by Jeff Inchalik (single and third and scored twice on a
- Peggy Conroy, with a high .TrirwAc** Storch made!a sparkling Rick McCarthy and Dave were Panetta, Tudor and
Charles game of 160 and series of 412, Cheeky Trio
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43Vi individual medals. losers. Professor Brian defense play in centerfield. Moran singled. With the tying
Larry Watson, Owens „ . -. Marc Erickson, Card hurler, Schwalbaeh as well as himself The other four Colt nibs were double), Mike Colineri (single double by Chris Chelston and Hurons 7 - Crees 1 Pauniere. Marotolli had one
wrestling - Dino and Lorraine Dobrowski, high Steeptn 44 and burler Czarnai Mark Pa collected seven K's and gave with two hits and Joe provided by Tim Fisher, Ken singles by Gabe Noto and Joe
Gutsswtn 47Vi Dave He'ins, Scott O'Neill kept op his hot hitting The Martin Jewelers Orioles run on second, Neill Sullivan excellent in his mound debut up only two hits and no walks. Christiano, Jim Forrestal and Oldam, Dean Roberts and and double) and John Marsden. They* went on to Mark Zangrando hurled the double for the Brewer team,
Gary Burde, Dave series of 4J3. Gramling, Bob Shaarschmidt, with three singles and Mike walloped the Senators 13-4. belted a long hittocenterfield Baron Drun HmmiwHu'-•-fH
Redfl8-PhllUe82 l Pawowitz. The Chics came e^adres beat the Astros
Steve Cannon, Jeff Lucky Strifes for the Reds, hurled his team RichPawlick, Jim Babos (one Mike Sheehan each with, one K i O'Bi The
Kevin O'Brien. Th Angels back to tie the score in the score twice in the fifth and win over the
Standings BouRMiartQs all sophomores, and junior Merritt.jotaedIn with* triple Brian O'Neill supplied the which brought in the "run. , • • • • • ' f > M - • • • ' . • lo a M victory over the K), and Mike Gribble (four h i t . on Saturday afternoon.
Bill Dobeny, Jim » f L
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Steve Ddicat, won medals for for the O's. hitting And. pitching. The hi the first of three wins .. .-.• ' . ;•• • * > ; belted out five singles but third on walks, a. triple by hftce again in the sixth while, batters. Jfia
r; Alan Gamza, Ray
Sunshines 40W/ The White Sox scored again Free official score week, jthe Reds downed the Savings Braves. K's) shared mound chores for Theonly two hits off of Mike W • • \ : • \ t . . - • ; • • * • ' s y
34 Pin Up* 5JV, their fifth place win in the twh ' For the winning Indians, Senators "scored four "runs in in me ^seventh when . Joe' tt t h
Were only able to put together holding the Cree batters down. .
B u y Banter*
Bill HHihsky, Greg Morning Gtorits Morning Stan 53
the first inning but after that Attanosi tripled wiOv two men available art the ref r the Dodgers. PawUck, and were two solid singles from two runs. Contributing to the Chris Chelston and a siqgleMiy For the Chics, Todd Tarver
55V> mile re|ay. The runners have Hali Harvin had two singles catcher Greg Kalescky, ac- the bats of John Grice and Angel . attack was Mark Lou Ventura.
f 35V4 '37V* Slow Starters
Lent, Paul Morley, Randy UnbtltovaDles - been traveling on weekends to and Bob Kelly, Mark Novello, no Senators came home*: The on^ The Lenapes took the lead in got his first base hit, Marsden
at all Little
Early Birds counted for the Dodger hits. John Barbour.
Newman, Jay Rudd, John Lincoln Ladtes
Serafin, Joe Thome, Mike Pln-Up»
McCarthy, David Salvo and SMtptagScairtltt
Van participate in various relay Phil Sanfora, Rob Marrato O's scored in all, innings ex-
meets including the Memorial and Matt;Dyer each had a
Abo hitting for the Tigers
cept the second.' For the O's were Steve Campbell and Rick Commun For the Cardinals, Bob
Fischer doubled with bases Seals 15 - Colts 3
Schultz, Brett Ellis, Pete the fourth when Niro tripled in and Lou Ventura homered;
Skrdlant, Bob Jones and a run and then beat a throw Noto singled and doubled; Bob
relays at West New, York single. Len Korn turned in a O'Neill got the win striking out Meisenberg, the only hits at rookie Gary Lozier. home to score himself. Steve Pace tripled; and Chelston
John Schneider. .Irish l«s*tet
J.V. wrestling - Sean Walsh, Scottlc*
54 • sets record where the distance medley great catch in centerfield. four Senators. At the same allowed by Chuck Scoturo and
loaded; Erickson doubled; S e a l s 8 - Colts 5 -
Kevin OsiecU singled* And The Seals won a pair from B e a r s 2 - Chiefs 0 Myers singled. The scoreless and Marsden had safeties.
The Athletics managed to time Brian O'NeUl got two Joe Attanosi who shared
Jolly r » 3J team took a fourth place and doubled. Gary Engelhardt the Colts on Saturday with 15 Although they compiled only fifth was highlighted by aChicasaws 8-Shawnees 7
Golfing winner for
Jeff Meese, Chuck Stevens, 55
Highland Park relays where turn back the Albeit Antoine doubles to go along with Paul pitching duties.
David Rummer and Larry (two), John Lorenz and Bobruns and 10 hits in the first two bits, both by Bill Folinusz, triple r _.,r _ play, off by Chic
Thomas. they came in third. Tigers M in a real see-saw Rinaldi's double and triple. ^TteReel-StrongFuel White Compliments of Donovan hit safely. fielders - Gabe NototoBill In a see-saw battle, the
Greg Lawlor, Mike Schmidt Sox defeated the Yankees 11-1 they were the Bears proved that where ArmstrongtoChris Chelston Chics edged the United
Van Shaw set a new county and Mike Merritt chipped in behind the fine pitching oiithit, four to 10, in the second there is a will to win, there's a to Lou Ventura - that caught Counties Trust Co. Shawnees"
10 pHC6 I T E M
Mrs. Wynn Kent of Cranford record in the javelin with his
t a d low gross 89 in the ASh^ C
with a single each.-
For the losing Senators, Ray
erforntance of k Me- ffll]rtmtckj Braves s - ame thuv—managed to. way. TimMoran and Folinusz the-Lenaperunners off"base.- on the arm-of Gabe Noto (11
compile eight runs. put the Bears in the win The Lenapes exploded for five K's). His mound opponent was
brook' Women's Golf Tour- week at the Rosetle Catholic - He allowed two hits
Dente, Tim Schetelich and Stu and did not issue a walk in 21 ALDEN STREET 201-276-60001 Sauer (eight K's) led In the first game Mark column by scoring the game's runs in the sixth with doubles Kevin daypoole (eight; K's).'
nament on May 3. Cranford track m&t: Coach
Ray White*' said it was the
Faber all pitched but to no holding the Yanks to one run. CRANFORD, N.J. 07016 ves to a 5-1 win aver Irwin scattered four Colt hits only two runs. Marty Klein, Niro and Colineri and The chics took a three run lead
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the PhUs' mound combination off the bate of Bob Intartalio, the Chief pitcher, tossed a fine
of MarksColineri (three K's) Mike Galuppo, Tim Fisher game but as all pitchers find
and Scotk Buchanan (five and Mark Bienkowski. He was out sometime, those walks can Chicasaw hit.
lies by Myers and Inchalik. on doubles by Chelston and
Pace got the last Marsden and safeties by Pace,
Marsden and Lou Ventura.
• falls/ Shots, Socks, GlovosT
Cranford lost to Roselle
Catholic 7r>55 but placed in
lenses either in plain or prescription.^
them driving to pick up the children, si
K's). ffittingvfor the PhiUies supported by teammates hurt. Bill Folinusz did
were Bob Resei (double), Elliot DorTh, Bobby Hahn, everything for the Bears as he Lenapes 23 - Crows 6
•BOWLING: Bog, Boll Shoes.
The Shawnees countered with
two runs on Claypoole's. triple
several events. Milt Mason from family or on the beach. What makes themi
HAM. to 7 P.M. Colineri, Bill Aqcardi, Joe Dennis Stratum who each figured in every phase of his The Lenapes' third win this in the third and tied the score
won the 100 yard dash in 10.8 that they change density with the intensity ofi Cosmas and Scott Dougherty. slammed two safties and Art team's win, which included week came in an overtime in the fourth on doubles by
and Bill Sherm came in third
place. Jeff Becher was first in
Bill Fitzula (douhleK Tony Walch and Glenn Zuhl who pitching a four-hitter. game against the Cranford John Lesky and Joe Del
GaUuzzi (two doublesKBUl singled once apiece. In ad- Rookie. Dave Helinski Jaycees Crows which was Grippo. The next came up
the two-mile run followed by CRANFORD Sodomora (two singles), dition, Mark helped his own hammered out two hits, Jim called at the end of four by with four on hits by Claypoole,
Dave Stehlin in third place. • Reservations cause with two hits and one Kastleman singled and so didmutual agreement of theEd Helmstetter and Tom
PHONE! 2 7 2-
John Fedorchak won the
discus and high jump and Van Appreciated
OPTICIANS CHdam and Dan Miller r
the Braves.. scored Lars Swansen to sum. up themanagers. What started out Young, but the Chics had gone
the second game the Chief assault. as a tie game going into the aheadtostay, collectingPace,
• GOLF ACCESSORIES,
Shaw was second in the 14 N. UNION AVENUE .-• - v- runs on safeties by
discus. Dave Schurer was
third in the high jump. • Children Look to New Jersey's Largest .. CRANFORD 276-7144
ies 1 5 - D o d g e r s 5 was accomplished
by the Colt batters as
s won their first they gathered 10 hits from Bob Marlins 5 - Blues 4
second, turned into a lopsided, Chelston, Ventura and
affair with the Crows getting Marsden; Note's double; and
only one hit, a double for an t GIFT CERTIFICATES. I
Russ Davis placed second in
Welcome game of ^he season when they fataitalio/Ray Gribble, Dean In a close well-played game, RBI by Ron Sassi, The a home run by Rich Caterino.
Buy at industry prices!.-Available to the high hurdles and Bill
|* Homeowner* for the FIRST TIME! Sherm was second in the low
hurdles. Tom Lenk was third • Cocktails
defeated the Dodgers 15-5. Roberts, Joel Bakie, Mark the Marlins, although out bit Lenapes collected 15. Lenape Shawnees 21 - Crows 10
Behind the pitching of JoeBienkowski, KdvPldam, Mike by thte Blues, gathered five starter, Liam Duddy, was
Cosmas, Scott Dougherty and Galuppo, Tim jRisher and runs to win a Saturday tilt. replaced. in the first by Jeff The Shawnees opened up
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in low hurdles and the javelin.
Mai Pringle was second in the
Ed Scott, the PhUllqs broke Terry Moran. However, they John Espositb, Martin Inchalik (10 K's). Dennis with 11 runs in the first'to • 38 NORTH AVENUE E. WM. FKEDBOCKS. Prop. •
• Homemade Desserts the game open witMour rims could only put together five pitcher, struck out 12 batters Meehan (three K's) and Ron make their game against the # opp. Finhoum •
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88a and John Fedorchak was
second in the shot put In the
220-Kevin Quinn took third
in the fourth. The losing pitch- runs and that wasn't
from Mark Mitchell lead.
while allowing three hits to Sassi (oneK) shared the loss. Crows a romp. Winning pit-
er was Jon Banks with\relief to overcome the early Seal Bob Koehler, two hits each to Lenape hits were off the bats chers Ed Helmstetter and Joe
of Mike Colineri (infield home
place spot. ' . • . .
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Dwyer. Hitting for the Elliot Dorin, Bobby Hahn; Alan Jacobs, and Keith run and a double), LenNiro
were Mike Capobian.c Glenn Zuhl and Mikey Jackson and a singletoTom (two singles and a double),
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(three), Cosmas (two), Mark Schutzer supplied the power Aagaard.
Colineri (two), Bill Accardi, fotvthe Seals as they put their Bob>Qsolin, Bob Speer, John (single and a triple apiece),
Bob Rosei, Gerard Sabeh, hits tt) work when it counted. BarbourNMike Miller andJohn Pawowitz (double and
Steve Myers and Jeff Krugh
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KENILWOF.TH from Rich Pawlick (three), Beavers 6 - Seals 5U It was Jonh. Barbour's Jim Sillito.
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Kalescky (two) and Banks the Rams mis weekend by game in the late innings and Comanches 17 - Iroquois 1
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the fielding play of the game Stars and the other from the four for the Marlins. X ^ In another lopsided game,
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Monday, August 13th - Friday, August 24th fore it starts to creak »nd
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the way for 11 runs, and a1 d
groan—do.something about 4-2 victory, against the Stars on
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MAY 15 TO 20'<4l Reds
Saturday. Dave Koury pitched
again. Glanti well and allowed only three
League competition. DAVID BREARLEY Phillies
1-S hits, oqe each to .Tony
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On Sunday they had to
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Repair—Redecorate (WASHINGTON AVENUE) Jim Sbeehan and his Rams finally edged the Seals ih the
The Pingry School is a nondiscrimihatory institution continued/their' bombastic last inning on a double by Ed
Remodel your home pace as they won two games in Khouri that scored the tying During the past few years many, many
with a low cost RIDESOGAMESOATTRACTIONS a big waiy this weekend. Again and winning runs. This, was swimming pool companies went under or
it wa/ the artillery that im- one of three hits by Khouri changed their names. Hundreds of poor
home improvement loan pressed all. However, a pair of and, with assistance of Dave owners got btirned—were left high and
Sapolin LATEX from your nearest City
shutouts by Rich McKinney Koury, Jim Harrington, Dave
^hd Mike Forrestal let the rest Heins, Bob Vicci and Bob
dry swimming if« a sea of regrets.
Is now Included
IUTSIDE WHITE Cranford Federal Savings office. of the league know that the Stiefel, the Beavers were able
Rams are not just a group of to put together a successful
pretty bats. The Beavers attack.
continued the pace in the B Elliot Dorin, Art Walch and
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