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Ocean Ave., with 41, and Pat Porzio of 2587 Bedford Ave. Has tops in sit-ups with 126. Edward Fox of 1S28 Flatbush Ave. was the class in chinning with 13. Queally outdid his rivals in three important items to finish in front among the Intermediates. He did 29 push-lips, 308 sit-ups and 20 squat jumps in 10 seconds. Pat Mc-Dermott of 5204 Avenue L outdid the rest in pull-ups, 12, and William Baye of 2594 Bedford Ave. was best in the squat thrust with seven in 10 seconds. In addition, Joe Colantuono, physical director of the tlub, announced that the boys mentioned successfully fulfilled the requirements for the eight-second squat stand balance and the 100-man lift carry, the latter the fireman style. PALS REALLY ACTIVE Paul P. Di Bona director, informs us that the fifth year activities of the Pals of Sector 1 of the Recreational Center at 60 Stanhope St. will include five baseball teams playing in various community leagues. The Beaumont Braves, managed by William Piseiotta, are a sirong contender for the title in the Unlimited Division of the Highland Park League. The Cherokees. piloted bv John Foundos, who formerly j played softball. are considered dangerous contenders for the Junior laurels in the Ricgewood kiwanis League. 1 tie newly organized Skulls, guided by James Connolly, are also entered m Junior Division of the Kiwanis League, and so are the Lions, captained by Frank Joblin. The Royals, with Joseph Adamo at the helm, will demand a lot of respect in the Junior Division of the High-; pirk League. Teams looking for games with tne Cen-ia get them by contacting Frank Vlcari, 50 Stanhope i- via telephone No. GLenmore 2-8900. .iEADS SENIOR CLASS Leonard Olencki, "recently ,ted president of the Senior Class at Franklin K. Lane gh School, has already made his incumbency felt. He ill preside over Senior Day and the dance that ensues. In 'dition he will make the farewell address at the June lmencement exercises. Theodore Pearlstein is the vice sident and Mae Lan Kong the secretary. Bill Spiegel, chairman of the Basketball Committee, d John P. Finn, field secretary of the P. S. A. L., who is ving his last term in that capacity as he will be appointed of the schools in the will receive the Memorial Trophy. Burt Lewis high gunner with while his mates. Kddie Antz. 184 scores. wn u in ,-vvunu behind Midwood. is composed of gunners, was tallies, the and Rifle Club with 884 markers, Brooklyn Rod and Rifle were fifth with Twelve teams In the lour individual tourney ('lass A and Xavier. took with 1!U points, Midwood. second, fius-wacker. Jamaica, Class R. Rod and Rifle, with 180 tallies, Lewis. Midwood. niiu timu In the three individual matches, Manner. Cleveland, for top honors, Chandler, Brooklyn and Terpery, second and third In ('lass B individual competition, John's rniversity. winner with 175 Aval-lone. Hempstead the B24 Marine and third. gold plaque for bined score of Mallner second anfl Hodes tallies. The summaries:

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  1. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle,
  2. 04 Apr 1949, Mon,
  3. Page 17

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