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Morrisville Defends District 1, Class B Title 14 ^ Schèdule Today LBCL BASEBALL Pennsbury at N>w Hope 3 M p m Bristol at Bensaiem 3 30 p.m. W. Wil.son at Palisades 3:30 p.m. Morrisville at Council Rock 3;30 p.m. William Tennent at Delhaas 3;30 p m. VARSITY BASEBALL St. Joseph at Bishop F^gan 3*30 p.m, JR. HIGH TRACK Pennridge at William Tennent 3:30 p m. SEMI-PRO BASEBALL Morrisville at Bristol 6 p.m. ADULT SOFTBALL Lower Bucks Lower Bucks Democratic Club vs Chick's Sportsman's 7 pm. Bristol A. C, vs. Penndel Cleaners S 30 p.m, Bux-Monf Narco at Hatboro Raiders 6:15 p.m. Willow Grove .\.;\.S. at Columbia Steel 6:15 pm. LaRosa and Colavito at Bue. 6:15 p,m. Horsham Hawks at Battery C 6:15 p.m. Standard Pressed Steel at Johnsville N,.\,D,C. 6:15 p,m. Fischer and Porter at Village Lounge 6:15 p.m. Cannoneers at Warminster ,\.C. 6:15 p.m. Bensaiem Twp. Ted’s vs. Mareks 6:15 p.m. R & H vs. Colonia 6:15 p.m. Delawa-e Valley Costi’*' vs. Hi-Fi 6:15 p.m. (Game at Beears Field) Bozzo’s vs, Pauls Shell 6:15 p,m, (Game at Shamrock F'ield) Lower Southampton Recreation East Piners vs, Butch's Market 6:15 p.m. (Game at Boys’ P. E.) Hi-Oc vs. Trevose TV 6:15 p.m. HiOc vs. Trevose TV 6:15 p.m. (Game at .Ir. High) Feasterville Heights vs. Valley Stream 6:15 p.m. (Game at (iirls’ P.E.) Walsh'.s Tavern vs, B. C. Men’s ('lub 6:15 p.m. (Game at J. V, Field) Lower Bucks Regina Munrii vs, Pui)hc Service 8 p,m. Lower Bucks Y,M.C,A. Eddington Presbyterian \s. E & R 6:15 p.m (fíame at E &• R Field) Emllip Methodist vs. Calvary Baptist 6:15 p,m, (Game at Barton Field) Bristol Methodist vs. Calvary Community 6:15 pm, (Game at Lafayette P'iekl) LITTLE LEAGUE Bristol Twp. Moose vs. Warner’s Candy 6:15 p,m. (Game at Lafayette Field) Fairless Hills F. H. Fire Company vs. VFW 7296 fi 15 p m. Bristol Boro Lions vs, R i M f' l") P m. (Game at Memorial Park Field) Dick Hart Has Chance For Shot-Discus Double List Of Champs Oisfrlet Out PIAA Tr*ek Chim»» CUs* A SFM YOiiK I Pi Thp N>a V''rk TifAn.-; of ihr \mf’ncnn foot i'. ha’-'r Bftf) Mi^ ten', p for ‘hf Yor)» :,sk. fnrnwr ,\rrnv fnd an^i of.*o ■) !W By DICK DOl’GHERTV di.scus 127 feet, 11 and on?-hiilf Courier . Times Sports Writer inches. Morrisville High School will de- This year the Bulldog ace has fend the District One, PIA.A Cla.ss ; surpas.sed those mark.s with ea.se B. track championship on Satur- Hart's top throw in the shot put day at the 36th annual District, was feet, two and three-quar- One Track and Held Meet set for! ter inches in the County mwt last Norristown veil Field. Tomorrow Y*««r 1*75 1»?4 ; 1977 Kennelt Square’s Don Webster, ’"i* a junior who is defendin:: Clas.^: A state champion, is a heavy favorite in the 440. Webster is one ,’’33 of the hottest pros^x’Cts in the entire Commonwealth in the 440 ’’ 3 * Pennsburv’s Rusty Brown. Pfeif- 1937 High School's Roose-jweek at Woodrow^ Wilson. Yester- fer of Tennent and Lee of Hat- day, in a dual meet with Ben.salem Iw^ro are expected to offer trouble i 94 o The Bulldogs of Morrisville snap- '; Township. Hart heaved the discus to Webster in the event, ¡JJJ pod a 27-year drought in 1959 by'151 feet, two inches. i Hearn i,s rat?d a better than 194 a winning the Class B District! Clark Seeks Repeat even chance to swing down the crown. Coach Burton Thomas’- Terry Clark of Morrisville will track in front of the field in the ,944 Morrisville crew is just as strong try to win the {X)le vault again, 130-yard low hurdle.s. this year and are a heavy favorite In 1959 Clark leaped 10 feet, nine Wil.son’s Walter Boone, .Tim Ro- I 9 « inches to take District One hon- bert,son of Neshaminy and Pete Lukens of North Penn arc front- j’*’ line hopefuls in the S80. Lee and W’ebster take the 880. mile run and broad jump, coverage for contenders in Last year Bristol’s .Jim Jones 220, In the mile relay. Tennent, (880 and mile) and Wilmer .John- ---*“— ^ ‘ ) to repeat as the kingpins. Lower Merion is the defending | ors. Class A District One PIA.\ cham-i Bristol will be out to defend the pion and will attempt to win its! mile relay (Class B>. high jiimp, 13th title. Scored 48 Points Morrisville posted 48 points to win the District flag last year, Swarthmore finished second with 37 1-3 while Bristol ended third with 31 markers. Lower Merion racked up 25 points in '59. Second was a tie Ix*- tween Abington and Coatesville with 20 tallies each. The Lower Bucks County Track League will be represented by six Class .\ teams and three in the Class B. Ranks. Representing the area in Class will be Bensaiem Township. Delhaas, Neshaminy. Pennsbury, William Tennent and Woodrow Wilson. The Class B schools will be Morrisville, Bristol and Palisades. Dick Hart Defends !\Torrisvill 9 will have two competitors defending District One crowns. Dick Hart, a mammoth ()2 . 2 ;i 0 - pound jtinior, will attempt to collect the shot put and discus events again. Hart won the shot put with a toss of 52 feet, 10 and one-quarter inches last vear and threw' the top the 1953 1954 1955 1956 .son (broad jump and high jump both annexed Pennsylvania Class B crowns in their respective events. Jones and Johnson are not around this campaign. Tennent will try to nail down Ihe Class .‘\ mile relay title for the second year in - a - row. Top (ontendors | Lower Bucks has some top con-! tenders in the Class A running | events. Wally Davis of Tennent i and Craig Keown of Neshaminy ; are threats in the 120 -yard highj hurdles. The favorite, however, is; Dick Hearn of Lower Merion, defending Class A state champion. Pennsbury, North Penn and Coat- ,959 esville are rated a good bets to be in the running. 5chv»l Norristown Low*r M#rion Lower Mwio« Lower Merton Low*r M»rion Lowir M#>r(0»< Lowif Mirion Upo^f Dirtiy Norristown Norristown Upoer Diirt)y Lower Merion Norristown Norritfown Norristowfi Norristown NorrisVown Ch«itenhiim Upper Darby Upper Darby Lower Merion Upper Darby Norristown Chester Norristown Norristown Norristown Coatesville Coatesville Citesfer Lower Menon Upoer Darby Lower Merion Lower Menon Lower Merion ? Class B District One Lower Bucks entries championships: Class A. Bensaiem Townshio — Lnnre Cler, .Tim .Mondeaux, Boh Mudie. .\ncelo F*r>nf and George Stockman. Delhaas — Harry Hallow, Bryan Fischer. .\rnold Kntz. Curtis Kuhns, ILirry Laird. Mickey Longo. Char'es McGrufler. P.Ü! Priestly and Mike Shancr. Neshaminy — .John Carber. Harry Da \ is, Ernie De.Vnieclis, Craig Keown. Paul Lewis. Frank Luke. Wayne* Luke, .fim .Vesbitf. .Iim Robertson, Harrv Sch’ih, .lack Strieker. ,\rt Troyano. Tom Wal ters, .John Werner, Bonnie \’otnc. Pennsbu¥y — Rusty f’rown, Da\e Brownhack. Richard Dannerth, ,Incl Dow schen. Fred Gusz, .Jim Kofchock, I'.ob . . Mann*;. ,\l Matu/a, F’.arle Myers. B:ll Tennent’s Bill Pfeiffer, a junior, \iiner. ciair Ramsey, Larry Sainato, Garv Wilkins anti Barry Wood. William Tennent Frank Bachich. Ken Cromwell, Wally I>a\is. .loe I)el- \'ecchio, .Jim F’aleone. Boh Ford, Hick Herman. Dan Kershner. .Jim Kreucer, Lainfi, Frank Luff. Ed M^Peak, Rusty Brown of Pennsbury and fleet Charlie Lee of Hatboro-Horsham are picked as top competitors in the 100 -yard dash. Lee fin-1 nàie' ished second in the state in 1959. Dave Brownsback of Pennsbury and Wayne Luke of Neshaminy may cau.sc some concern in the Class A mile event. Morri.sville’s I.ou Nay, who is undefeated in dual meets this campaign, is a favorite in the Class B mile run. 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 Ambler Ambler Ambler Prospect Part« Prospect Park Ridle-/ ParV Ambler Ridley Park Ridley Park Ridley Park Swarthmore Springfield (Delco) Swarthmore Sprngfield (Montcoi Ridley Park Springfield Montco) ! Springfield Delco) Swarthmore Darby Boro Sprihgfield (Delco > Swarthmore Swarthmore Ridk»/ Park Avon Grove Swarthmore Swarthmore Ridley Park Sharon Hill MORRISVILLE ? LBCL BASEBALL \V, Wilson at Delhaas 3:30 p.m. LBCL GIRLS SOFTBALL W. Wilson at Council Rock 3:30 p m. Palisades at Bensaiem 3:30 p.m. Neshaminy at W. Tennent 3:30 p.m. Delhaas at Morrisville 3:30 p.m. LBCL JR. HIGH TRACK Meet at Neshaminy High 3 p.m. ADULT SOFTBALL Lower Bucks K. of C. vs Public Service 8 p.m. LITTLE LEAGUE Bristol Twp. I’remlum Oil vs. .lames .Monte 6:13 p m. (Game at Lafayette Field) Bristol Boro DeLuea vs. Auto Boys fi p.m. (Game at Memorial Park Field) Fairless Hills \fw 72M vs. Danher.st 6:15 p.m. Bensaiem Midgets Eddington Ramblers vs. Hilltop 6:15 p.m. Sports Qri Television Junior Track Meet Set Tomorrotv THCRSnAY Channel 5 Wrestling 9 p.m. FRIDAY Channel 11 Baseball: Chicago vs. New York 9 p.m. Channels ."î. 4 RoxinK: Kddie Machen vs. Alt'x Miti fl 10 p.m. ( hannel 3 Rov\ling 10:1.5 p.m. The Lower Bucks County Junior High School “Meet of Champions” will be held tomorrow afternoon at Neshaminy High Sch(X)l, Langhorne, beginning at 3:30 o’clock. Tracksters from Ben Franklin, Morrisville, Neshaminy. Carl Sandburg, Pennsbury. F'ranklin I). Roosevelt and William Tennent will comfX'te in the meet. Results of the meet will not decide Ihe County champion. Pennsbury collected the 19(50 honors with a perfect fi -0 loop mark this campaign. Individual cham- pioiLships will be decided tomorrow at Neshaminy, Mci't Drreclor Tht me<4 director Is Paris Allison of Carl Sandburg. Bob Kwald of Roosevelt is clerk of course. Berkley Ellis of Roosevelt and chairman of tho Di.-vtrict One, PL\A Junior High Division handle the awards. Tennent; Jim Wiley, Neshaminy; Mike Krepich, Morrisville; and Charles Kane, Boehm. Bud Caldwell of Sandburg will l)e official scorer. Schools and coaches in the junior track league are as follows: Jared Fangboner, Ben Franklin: Andy Thompson. Mor- risvillc; Mike Facciolli, Ncshaminy: Bill Burger. Pennsbury: Bob Kwald. Roo.se\elt: Dave Pro\en, Sandburg; and John Baginski, Tennent. Tony Mi.stretta. .Joe Mistretta, Bill Pfeif fi’r. Dan Randis. Don Taylor, .John Walker and C:harle.s Wayes. Woodrow Wilson — W’alt Boone, I.e- Roy Hat(‘h. Ron Hudson. .Iim Kimbrough. Mike Murray, (ieorge Rodman, .lack Scarbrough, and Ed Snedeker. Class B. Bristol — ,Toe .Antonelli, .Armand Bianchini. Otis .Johnson, .Joe Pascale. Reggie Stancil, Bill Stancil, Dean Vandeburg and Don White, Morrisville — Terry Clark, Bob Dreher, I?ruce Gerber, Charles Habel, Dick Hari, Roger Johnson. Lou Navy. P^dwin Neumann, Leon Okurowski, Sam J^etryszak, \1 Radosti, Larry T^iiey, Vince Stras- zyn.ski, Bert .Stromberg. .John Taylor, ling a Single TUn in the last Of the .John Weaver, Ted /.awatski and George; »u n-L, • * _ i ' zsoinay. ; ninth inning. The victory made: Palisades - Ron Bodder. Jerome; Heading the winningcst team in Fritz. F.A'n Garey. Frank (iasp.Nr, Larry | the league thuS far this SCaSOn Giesmann, Bob Gross, Bob HammeL Neill ___ j r n 10 .Jesiolowski. Stewart .Johnstone, Dicki ^ rCCOrd of 14-1„. Kolbe, Dick Krotz. Prentice Northnagel, | W’illiamspOrt Split a tw'i-night LoiL ss;’ sS?" i <lo..blchea,lcr with Lancaster to Larry wismer. 1 retain a sharc of the league lead. Reading Indians Edge Binghamton P^astern League Roundup Ily Lnited Press International The Reading Indians edged Binghamton, 2 1 , Wednesday night to jump into a three-way tie for first place in the Eastern League. I Pete Olsen blanked Bingham- j ton for eight innings i)Cfore allow- CARSTAIRS IMiite Seal Make a date for May, National Tavern Month, to the friendlie.st ])lace in tfjwn. I'^njoy the way your bartender welcomes you witli an e.x))ert\s version of your favorite drink, made with ('arst;iirs, the perfectlv balanced whiskev. the man who cares says t " CARSTAIRS White Seal Blended Whiskey PJLl 86 PROOF BIFNOED V/HISKEY, 7?% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS • CARSTAIRS DIST CO , BAI.TIWORE. m., LOUIS'VILIE, KY. Field Cut T(» 10 Boxers Sports Slate Hit By Rain The weather i>Iayed havoc with the lociil sports schedule yesterday in Lower Bucks. Three of the five games scheduled in the LBC'L (¡iris Softball l.cague will be replayed as a result of wet weal her Council Rock and New Hope Iried to play but had to slop at the end of three with ('R leading. The game will l)c replayed on Monday. Morrisville and William Tennent went to the end of the fourth and then had to (|iiit. MorrisvilU in front, This game is SAN FRANCISCO (CPI) — The 'vill! field was cut to 40 today as the nation's finest amateur boxers re- Vic Gilbert of Franklin is start-'sumed tho Ijattle royal for a trip er. Timers are Bruce McFarland, to Rome in the Olympic boxing Bill 1^ P('nnsbury; Ed Romesburg. Ton­ nent; Dick Ridings, Santlburg: Herb Wersterberger, Roo.sevelt; ,Mar\in Denp. Franklin and Crozie, Neshaminy. Place judges will be Cordon Dax'ies, Morrisville: Lynn Werk- holser, Hoosevelt: Joe Ways. 'Fen- nent; Mike Doddo, Franklin and Charles Leish, Boehm. Fi('l(l judges will he tiene Price, Ed Pei Ivins \\ aiils ’Rank' tryouts at the (’ow Palace. The crack leather ])ushers clash :r; the semi-finals tonight with 10 fin:il bouts slated for Fri-^ cay night. | Off their quarterfinal .showings.; such favorites as Harry Campbell of Detroit: Cassius Clay, of Louis\ illc, and Vincent Shoino, of New ^ ork. were on the glor>' road. 1 ’hey were iiea\y favorites and all came through with knockout victories o\er other champs Wednesday night. \ C'ampbell probably was the most impressive. The ex-Army ace, now’ a freshm;m at San Jose State College, ne\er even untracked his powerful right as he KO'd Tommy Zangla, of Boston. <HR’AGO (I-Pli - l.igiiUvoisht ¡I- li«' '-'»''Kl «‘'I' a stiff WI was ICddic Perkins of Chicago, who has also: be^iton the No. 2 and No. (> men rescheduled for Monday. The Pennsbury - Pali.sades tilt never got started. The replay date has not yet I^K'cn decidt'd. In' the Adult Softball Leagues, the Bensaiem Town.ship conte.st bp tween Vector and Silcox was called off as wel] as the De'a- ware Valley's B(‘ears-.\cre'^ and Ilanes-Adam's 'I’he Lower Bucks U'ague games were postponed to tonight. Lower Bucks Democralic Club will me('t Chick’s Sportsman’s at " o'clock whi1(‘ Bristol A C. and i’t'tindel Cleaners will tangle at n:30. All of the I^iitle Ix'ague and Bensaiem Midget games were cancelled. Bob Constantino Hurls No-Hitter; Fans 16 Bob Constantino pitched a no hitter, struck out ifi and hit a home run to lead Simpson’s to a r,-0 victory ov < m ’ Clover Leaf in the Morrisville Little League yesterday. Orazi was the losing hurler. He had nine strikeouts. Roger Webber slainmed a four bagger for Simpson’s. of his division, wants to know “what a guy has to do to get a ranking.” "nie 2 ;i-year-ol(l Perkins siwke afti'r his unanimous 10 -round decision over aging Paolo Rosi of Italy and New York, who went into Ihe ring with the No. 2 rank among th(' 13r> )M)unders. : '.I-,-) underdog, bat-; to the chin. Clay, a professional-type boxer and iwo-fisted puncher, disposed of Henry Cooper, a Marine from Memphis, Term,, in the third lound. Shomo. scoring his eighth con- .secutive knockout, easily handled Ii’reddie Marlin, of San Francisco.' scoring a TKO in the .second round. However, one of the Ix’st fights I’erkins, a t(>red his more experienced ^vhere Bobby Foster, from start to linish v\'ith lelt hooks porce champion from to Ihe body and head. He opened y,,,.], j,(,t off the deck to win ,;i (‘III over Hosi s eye. jover Bob ('onrad. of Dallas. Rosi has blamed his losses on n; ___________________ Ion,In- skin Imi this cut «as ras-: | „, 3 ^ JohansSOn ily patched and did not affecC ^ him. Rosi, a bald, 32. said he was overtrained and could not “get ris legs going to mm the buy coming in.” Rosi’s manager asked for a re- Clover Leaf Simpson's ORAZI and Traub Boone HR: Constantino (S)/ Webber (S) 0 0 0 0 0 0- 0 0 2 2 1 1 X—Ä CONSTANTINO and Favored In Betting NEW YORK (FPlIngemar Johan.s.^on became a betting favorite for the first time today to U\it Flovd Patterson in their rematch after the bout. The Perkins heavyweight title fight. June camp agreed providing their boy 20 co-uld be guaranteed $ 10,000 which | man-to-man price ro.'^e from was good as saying no. ¡“even money'’ to 7-3 favoring “What we want now. ranking or;champion Ingt'mar. Bookies were no ranking, is a fight with Joe Brown for the title.” said Perkins' manager, Frank Toma.so. 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