Fred Sarkis Committee Chairman Jaycee Tennis March 1, 1957

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TJof- the of f hv,.fi'iii 5 ill I f - s 1 f --1 --1 --1 S F " ' - 1 ' ? Democrat and Chronicla Rochester, N. Y., FrL, Mar. 1, 1957 21 yesto-lJu Scher- FIRST Mayor Peter Barry yesterday donated first racquet to junior tennis development program of Junior Chamber of Commerce at his office yesterday, to Geraldine Miller, 16, of 163 Hoover ltd., who won the Rochester District Junior Women's title last season. season. She accepted racquet on behalf of youngsters who will participate. More than 9,000 took part during '56. Mayor Donates Racquet In Jaycee Tennis Drive Mayor Peter Barry yesterday .terians to donate racquets. "This donated the first racquet to the program," he said, "is one which junior tennis development pro-jany pro-jany pro-jany city snould be proud to sup-gram sup-gram sup-gram as the Junior Chamber of port. It provides children with Commerce began a concerted an activity for their spare time drive for equipment to use in and it teaches them funda- funda- Brighton Five Seeks 17th in Row Tonight Brighton, the only undefeated high school basketball team in Monroe County, closes its regular season tonight at Pittsford. The Barons, titlists in the Mon roe County Basketball League's Class AA division, have turned back 16 straight foes. After tonight's game, Brighton will match shots with Franklin, cpxnnrf niace team in the Inter- Inter- scholastic League, in a Sections quarterfinal game at Rochester Institute of Technology next Friday night. Other final regular season games in the County circuit tonight tonight will send Webster to Fair-port, Fair-port, Fair-port, Irondequoit to East Rochester, Rochester, Brockport to Hilton, Spencerport to Rush-Henrietta, Rush-Henrietta, Rush-Henrietta, Churchville to Penfield, and W h e a 1 1 a n d-Chili d-Chili d-Chili to Honeoye Falls. A non-league non-league non-league contest at RIT will pit Aquinas Institute against Franklin. The reserve teams are scheduled scheduled to play at 6:45, with the main game at 8:15. Franklin took a 71-67 71-67 71-67 triumph at Franklin in their first meeting this season. Weight Lifting Listed Tomorrow at YMCA The Central Branch YMCA will he the scene of the Western New York Weight lifting champion ship tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the; main gymnasium. Charles Pennica, chairman, announced classes at 123, its spring clinics. mentals of a sport which can," 141, ibav4, ioitj, io Geraldine Miller, a junior at " partlcipatsd u throughout .."t'T'rVl Irondequoit High School, winner e. nni T.nr.!rnn .inm-ctm .inm-ctm .inm-ctm ! of the 1956 Rochester District! The Jaycees last year formu- formu- "3 Mir;: i7i Junior Women's Tennis Cham-ilated Cham-ilated Cham-ilated the most extensive rS piuusiup, auccptuu uio tai;4ut;i.n;niu3 (Jiuoitiiu ever uciu 111 uie on behalf of the 9,000 youngstersjeity. The one this year will be who participated in tha program similar, Fred Sarkis, tennis corn-last corn-last corn-last year. She is the daughter mittee chairman, said, of Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Mil-! Mil-! Mil-! The program will be divided ler of 163 Hoover Ed. Now W into two parts. Spring clinics will years old, she has been playing provide instruction for children tennis for seven years. io to 15 years old, while the Equipment collected - in the summer program will offer in-drive in-drive in-drive will be used by children traction and tournament play, receiving instruction in spring Equipment, however, is needed clinics, planned again this yearso that evrv vounmters win by the Jayceci pates ana places have a racquet, Sarki9 said. Itoch- Itoch- BrancL Awards for the event will be gold, silver and bronzo medals for first; second and third places. for the clinics will be announced later. Mayor Barry urged Koches- Koches- Wings Stock Sale Reaches $404,610 There's $404,610 in the till of the Rochester Community Base ball, Inc., according to figures released yesterday by club offi cials. This leaves 9,539 shares still to be sold at $10 per share, It was reported that shares will continue to be sold for an 'indefinite period, The club be came officially home-owned home-owned home-owned Wednesday when the necessary papers were signed by officials of the Wings and St. Louis Car-idinals, Car-idinals, Car-idinals, and RCB turned over a certified check for $500,000. f . SOVIET PITCHMEN WIN HONG KONG, Feb. 23 JP)-A JP)-A JP)-A visiting Soviet Locomotive soccer team defeated Chinese Locomo tives, 6-0, 6-0, 6-0, in Peiping today, Pcip-ing Pcip-ing Pcip-ing radio reported. esterians who have equipment to donate should telephone the Chamber of Commerce, IIAmil-ton IIAmil-ton IIAmil-ton 6-6300, 6-6300, 6-6300, to arrange for it to be picked up. Arthur Osterhout and Richard Northrup are co-chairmen co-chairmen co-chairmen of ths tennis equipment committee. Once equipment is obtained and tha program is put into mo-tion, mo-tion, mo-tion, a series of five free indoor clinics will be held, with the cooperation cooperation of the Board of Education, Education, in several high school gymnasiums. gymnasiums. Registration dates for these clinics will be announced soon. The summer program will be gin in June with instruction and supervised tournaments. Equipment Equipment will also be needed at that time. In order to raise funds to'pur- to'pur- chase tennis balls for the chil-i chil-i chil-i dren and to meet other expenses, of the program, the Junior Chamber of Commerce is staging a locally written, produced, and acted musical, entitled "Sweet Executive." It is now in re hearsal and will be presented at the Auditorium on April 5 and 6. MALE TEN $360 Per Mohfh APPLY IN PERSON N.Y.C. CAR SHOP CAST ROCHESTER, N. V. 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Clipped from Democrat and Chronicle01 Mar 1957, Fri[First Edition]Page 21

Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York)01 Mar 1957, Fri[First Edition]Page 21
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