Bakers Risk 41-1 Record

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a you to like or TONIGHT AT EDDYSTONE Bakers Risk ».m. EDDYSTONE - The Hammonton Ideal Bakers, beaten only once in four years, put their gaudy 41-1-0 record on the line tonight against Ridley Township AA at 8:15 on the Eddystone High field. According to Lou Ferry, the former St. James High great now coaching at Villanova, the Bakers should have little difficulty in stopping the Green Knights. "I've seen Hammonton play several times," Ferry, said, "and believe me, they're loaded. "Their end, Larry Aldrich, already is ticketed for the Dallas Cowboys next year. He's 6-3 and about 235 pounds," Ferry said. "I don't think RTAA has anybody in its secondary who can stop him." Another testimonial to the Bakers' power comes from Tony Daliessio, veteran semipro warrior who'll back up the line in tonight's contest. I played against Hammonton a couple of years ago when I was with Swedesboro for a while," Daliessio recalled. "I was backing up the line and the Bakers' sent their big fullback, Sonny Jones, right at rne. "I met him right at the line and got a good shot at him," Daliessio said. "I brought him down, all right, but not before he had pushed me back five yards. "As he got up, he grinned and told me, 'Nice tackle, little man, showing in this area where he made many friends while playing for the Eagles. RTAA is fresh from a pair identical 27-0 victories over the Wissahickon Hawks and the Brooklyn Bombers. The club has been picking up savvy with each outing and Coach Herm Sweeney feels his Knights now are semipro blockers ST. JAMES ACE Ryan but I'll be back.' "He was back, Eddy- all right, 1 said Daliessio. "He's as tough a back as I've ever hit." Jones, 6-1 and 250 pounds, is Hammonton's inside threat. When the Bakers run wide : they rely on speedster Jack Rehrman; an 180-pounder who has been clocked at 9.6 for the 100-yard dash. Much of the power up front is supplied by Mario DeMore, a 5-8, 260-pound guard who is called "Godzilla the Monster by his teammates, v Another Hammonton stand out is center Vince DeLauren tis who played in two bow games for the University of'Al abama. Hammonton is coached b Pete Pihos, the former All-Pr ace of the Philadelphia Eagles Pihos Is especially anxious fo his team to make an imprcssiv St. James will try to bounce ack from its disappointing oss to West Catholic without ie full speed services of half- ack Frank Ryan. Ryan will probably watch all, or Chester Over Fords, CHESTER -- Chester High School's junior varsity football earn gave a preview of things o come by trouncing Haver- ord, 25-7, in a game with a 'million to one" beginning. On the first play from scrimmage, Chester fullback Dennis Boyle carried out a fake dive nto the line so well, he not ooled the Haverford team, but the referees. They whistled the play dead while halfback Booker Norwood was streaking 64 yards to a touchdown that didn't count. Unusual? You bet, but hang on, that's not all. On the next play, George Junkerman crashed over left tackle and sped the same 64 yards score. This time the play counted and quarterback Joe Holman bootlegged for the extra point which gave Chester a lead it never relinquished. Norwood didn't let a little thing like a quick whistle rob him of a touchdown. Before first quarter ended, he had zipped 61 yards to paydirt. He in

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  1. Delaware County Daily Times,
  2. 19 Oct 1963, Sat,
  3. Page 13

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