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iiingyiii imw i"iwm Mm irtMtjj'HJtjHm oVwa nai if i naawar.av.j.w.F .J "1111 riniftniL i - PACE SIX POUGHKEEPS1E JOURNAL SATURDAY. OCTOBER 8. l96tV . t - P l! hi Dodgers' Ostepn BF& - " a aw W Half Orioles BAUmiORE f AP) "A Jot of things happened to us thii year that never happened before," Sandy Koufax tald. And there probably was no (tetter way to turn up the Lot Angele Dodger' problem! as they tent Claude Oiteen to the mound afalnit Baltimore't Wal - ly Banker today In the third game of the World Series. The Dodger will try to c - complith something' that baa never happened before in Series history coming from behind to win after losing the first two games at home Four teams have reversed an 0 - 2 tailspin and gone on to the world championship since the Series became a best - of - seven showdown the 1965 Dodger, 1956 and 1968 Yankee and IMS Dodger but all lost their first two game on the road. In addition, Dodger Manager Walt Alston admitted after Thursday's - 0 lost, la which the Dodgers committed a record - tying six error, that "We're been two down before but we're never looked thl bad." The Dodgers not only looked bad on the field, but on paper aa well. They collected just seven hits in the first two game for a pitiful .115" average compared with 246 for the Orioles, who have yet to make an error. Spirit Wanes And Bob Johnson, one of the Orioles' reserve inflelders said .h 'nought be detected a crack to the Dodger' spirit during the comedy of error mat took place under the California tun Thursday. "After Lou Johnson made an out," Johnson said, "He walked with hi head down and the umpire had to hurry him oft the field. "Hut xcmpUflet their (putt." If that wasn't enough, the Dodger were getting their first look at Memorial Stadium, a park more suitable to the Orioles' long - ball latent than the National League Champion' burrt - and - run tactics. Still the picture wasn't all bleak for Alston. "It's not so much where you play," he Mid. "We've Just got to play better baseball" "The Dodger did Just Utt test year' after Don Drysdale and Koufax lost the first two James at Minneapolis. Moving back to their own park, the Dodgers faced a win - or - else proposition and the stopper was Osteen, who shut out the Twins 4 - 0. "Osteen' a great competitor," Alston said. "He has great spirit. He also ha real poise. I've never teen him upset. But his competitive spirit Is what really sets him apart." Odds Favorable Osteen felt he had the odds on his side. "When you know that we're not accustomed to playing Uk we have been I feel everything's going with me," be said. "We Just don't play that way. We don't go out. and beat ourselves three day la a row." A crowd of standing - room - only proportions, expected to reach 55,000, began to pour into the ban park early for the 0 teen - Bunker matchup. Gam time was 1 p.m., EDT, with national television coverage on NBC. ' Osteon, a 27 year - old lefthander, compiled a 17 - 14 record during the regular season. Bunker, a 21 - year - old right - hander, had a 104 record but won only two games after July 27 when ., he was placed on the disabled . hst because of a tender right, elbow. The Dodger' J biggest .worrirt were Oriole second , baseman ' Dave Johnson, who took, a .500 batting average into the game, and Frank Robinson and Boog Powell, each bitting J73. Mage Meettaf Alston held a meeting before the Dodger workout Friday and said the club had "re - reviewed"reviewed" the scouting report on the Orioles, with special attention being paid to Johnson and Powell Bunker had to face only one Dodger hitting over .300 first baseman Wes Parker at .333. Bunker's biggest problem might have been verconfi - dence. The Orioles were gleaned home early Friday nwnJnt W, a crowd of 1,000 at (to airport and, were feted In a parade through the downtown streets Friday nljbt. ' jiany of the fan were talking of a four - straight sweep for the Orioles, who have moved from 84 underdogs to 1 - 1 favorite to win the Series. The Orioles could close out the Series in Baltimore by winning two straight, or two of three at Memorial Stadium. The Series Is not scheduled to return to Los Angeles until Wednesday, If a sixth or seventh gam la necessary. 4J5 Rhinebeck, Roosevelt, Webutuck, Oakwood Post Victories in DCSL Soccer Contests Ackerman Nets 3 Goals Jack Ackerman scored three goals and Mike Martinet and Wayne Rlfenburg two each yesterday as Rhinebeck remained unbeaten In Dutcheis County Scholastic League soccer play with a 10 - 1 root of Cardinal Farley - Military Acedemy. It was Rhinebeck' fifth victory. The Cadets have an 0 - 4 - 1 mark. Ackerman scored Rhinebcck's first coal at 4 03 of the first period Martinet scored at 1054 and f again at 11 24 before Ackerman scored again at 14 12 Jim McManus tallied the Cadets' goal after 58 seconds of the second period Rlfenburg scored his first goal at 2.37 of the second period, Ackerman his third at 4 21, Rlfenburg his second at 5.32 and Ted Torby a goal at 11:00. June Kane connected for Rhinebeck after 8 10 of the third period and Tom Jeffreys after 6:49 of the last period. The standings: Northern SecttM mKf!amtSUKsmSK&l9fBBI KrBaKltTC rtll 1" I NT jnat'TT U 1" lllW''saWsa! BsssH'iWJKira ssssPTK?affi0sft9 naBam - ' - asaHP f !aV :aanalaaaaPwjLZntllwnaaH '' wbbbbW S:M j" VHBfragBkBBBBaH tBHS'aBVKaBKL&JBla''BBB Team Rhinebeck Webutuck Anderson CFMA Wea Lost Tied Team Roosevelt Wappingers Oakwood Arlington The lineups: IWI Southern Section Won Lost 0 THE DUTCHESS COMMUNITY COLLEGE soccer team was slated to host Suffolk Community College today at 1 pjn. Team members are, front row, left to right, JIM O'LEARY, PETE LASHER, BILL TRATAROS, RICK VROOMAN, JOE DIDONNA. MIKE LEWICKI, RICK BOWDREN, CARL OSTERC and MIKE YAGER Middle row, same order, DON MEYBOHM, KLAUS KRUGER, BOB SACKETT, DAN MC GRATH, STEVE ERICK - SON, CLANCY HOWARD and ERNIE MANN. Back row, same order, coach WILLIAM HOLLAND, ELLIOTT MC ELDOWNEY, JAN SNICKARS, DIETER MEWS, LUBOMEYER LAMPKA, AL CARUSO. JIM RANUCCI and JIM FEDORCHAK. Jim Deckncr Photo D Becaar Barton uuia Steevea Lf M CH LH OR nt cr IL OL POAUtU Kaue; UcBoldric MaDuU Jaeaaroao Mlouraca Madhere Arranfo ABall Paladoe McMuna Sojatt J Kane Ackarmaa Xlfoflburg Ilartlaai Scot by period! RHINEBECK 4 4 1 1 - 10 CFMA 0 10 01 Rhinebeck auba Jeffreys. W Laiarna, HotleleUr. C Laaanu, Rule, Rooma, Ni Choi Torpy. WMIaaer. Luta Winne CFMA auba Mendel. Jaanlnsi. Borrot - lo Horse Show Results Lisfed Quakers Win Running Test Oakwood School, the defending Dutches County Scholastic Lea gue small school cross country champion, won its second straight meet of the young sea son Friday, turning back host Anderson School, 17 - 45, over a 2.3 - mile course. The Quaker harriers, coached by Bob Swartz, placed seven men among the first ten finishers, including a sweep of the first three places. Harry Canby was first in 12 minutes, OS seconds Bill Halford finished second and Jack Jennings third. Chuck Turner was fifth and Dave Warman sixth The order of finish indicates the strength of the Quakers in The Red Hook PTA conducted i terms of their first five men. a horse snow recently on uie projjerty of William J Walsh, Malzeland Road, Red Hook. Mrs George VtrreUi and Sam Bridges. Rhinebeck. served as judge and announcer, respective ly. Summary: WaH and Trot: Amy Dolecal, Jill Townsend and Cathy Milroy. Pet Pony: Joseph Kilmer, Amy Dolecal and nay Sbauer. Western Horsemanship under 14: Julie Wright, Pat Greene and Darcy Dolecal. Hunter Seat Horaemanship - un - der 14; Julie Wright, Debbie Holt Allison Lancto and Richie Han - ten. Ride - A - Buck: Mohawk, ridden bv Julie Wright. Smoky Jo. rid den by Sberri Hapeman and! Applevale Minuet, ridden by Linda Lancto. Oakwood travels to Haldane next Friday for a dual meet. Summary: Roaner aaj Settae Harry Canby. Oakwood Bill HaUonl. Oakwood Jack Jcnnlafa. Oakwood Jeff Tanaca. Aniens Chock Taraer. Oakwood uovo warmaa. Oakwood Bob Caearlal. Aaooreoa Rick Haala. Oakwood Kick Kaaalao. Aadarook uvea miaa uaawooo BUI Marpat. Oakwood Bob Sawua. Aadaraoa Bill Moallar. Aadanoa Dan SUbaraUla. Oakwood Paul Wattaar. Oakwood Time 1101 11 IT U47 US1 U OB is n u 31 13 54 14(11 14 n 14 U 14 U 14 M U 07 Rookie League Meets Monday The American Legion Rookie League will meet Monday at the newDurgn American region Post building, a Grand St., at 7:30 p.m. Lead Line: Donald Mflroy Jr.. V "SLfiJ J?, J5nntB8 in... i,.m. 4 nwMa Han - "as called the meeting so that Allison Undo and Rcchie Han sen. Open Trail Class EgUsh and Western: Tekl, ridden by Carol Lancto, Applevale Minuet and Honicomb. ridden by Marcia Jacoby, Open EngUth Pleasure Horse: Applevale Minuet, Gilligan, ridden by Debbie Holt and Mica, ridden by Teresa Peene. Western Bareback - under 18: Julie Wright, Roma Krelger and Pat Greene. Costume Class: Richie Hansen. David and Allison Lancto and Cay Francis Cooklngham. Break Gait and Out; Moha.k, Smoky Jo and Gilligan. Parents' Horsemanship, English and Western: Lee Ann Hansen, Donald Milroy and George Dole cal' Ooen Pair das. English and Western: Tammanry, ridden by David Lomansey and Mohawk, Applevale Minuet and Cherokee, ridden by noma Kruger ana Quutm na wintry wiuow, ridden br Julie Kane. Wester Horemanhlp - 14 to II years; Linda Lancto, Sherrl Kapemaa and Roma Krelger. Huster Seat Honniaiaialp14 to M yean: Linda Lancto. Teres pawn aad Martha Tuaaasmt Barrel Baot: Caraal. ttaea ty Doaaa Satonty, Onrek aad A certain alignments can be made for the 1967 season and possible franchise changes made if anv town or city in the Hudson Val ley is interested. Persons Interested have been invited to attend. Plans will be made for the annual dinner which will honor the MkMletown Explorers, league champions. Streak Ended JEFFERSON CITY. Mo. (AP) Columbia Hickman defeated Jefferson City 27 - 6 In a nign scnooi tootoaa game Friday night, ending Jefferson City's winning streak: at 71 games. Banger ridden by Robert Van wagner. Open Road Hack: Gilligan, Mica and TekL Senior Bareback Horsemanship Lea Ann Hansen, Sberl Hape man ana intra unortty, English Bareback - under It: Julia Kan and Clndv Norton. RHCS English Horeemanihin. Red Hook student only: Linda Lancto, Debbie Holt and Cindy nonon. RHCS Western Horsemanship. Red Hook student only: Robert VanWagner. Darcy Dolecal and Joy Jtmenix. Consolation Class: Larry Rot Primed to Win Steel ers Victory CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) - The Pittsburgh Steelers come steaming up the turnpike for tonight's game with the Cleveland Browns, and they make no bones about it - they're looking for an upset victory over the heavily favored Browns. Pittsburgh coach Bill Austin says his Steelers are in good shape and are primed for victory. The Browns also are in pretty good physical condition, but that isn t what concerns coach Blan - ton Collier. He is more interested in the team's mental condition at the moment. In their first four games, the Browns have looked good on occasion but have had some lapses. Time to Jen "One of the players I guess it - was Dick Schaf rath said that we haven't Jelled," Collier re marked. "Well, this would be a good time for us to do hist that." The coach said the Browns have "played pretty good foot - bail most of the time but little things have hurt us. Ten .of the men will carry out assignments, but the 11th man can mess up an entire play." Some 80,000 tans are expected to Jam Municipal Stadium for the Saturday evening game with Pittsburgh, which has become a fixture on the Browns' schedule In recent years. In regular season games between the two clubs, the Browns hold a heavy advantage 34 victories to eight for the Steelers. In Sunday's key NFL games, Eastern Conference - leading St. Louis, bidding for its fifth straight victory, entertains New York, 0 - 3 - 1, and Green Bay' Western Conference pace - set ters put their 4 - 0 mark on the line at San Francisco. Elsewhere, Baltimore, 2 - 1, is at Chicago, 1 - 2; Los Angeles, 3 - 1 at Detroit. 2 2; Philadelphia. 2 - 2 at Dallas, 3 - 0 and Atlanta, 0 - 4 at Washington, 2 - t The Cardinals, led by quarterback Charlie Johnson, a tenacious defense and rookie breakaway threats Johnny Roland and Roy Shivers, are solid favorites over a New York club that has yielded 49 points in four starts. They have never beaten the - Giant at St. Louis, however, and dropped both 1963 meetings, 14 - 10 and 2S - 1S. Green Bay. the NFL's stin giest defensiv club, is a two - touchdown pick over the 49ers, who forced the Packers fnto a Western Conference playoff last year by tying them J4J4 on the final weekend of the season, IIA.M ITaiilanlna'a V The Bears, ,who edged Minnesota 13 - 10 last Sunday for their first victory, are slight underdogs to Baltimore in their Lm. ua. t. 1,. .Ink.' ..A. Seek Over Coach George Allen's resurgent Rams, paced by fullback Dick Bass and a defense that picked off four passes in last week's triumph over the 49ers, begin a three - game road trip against Detroit, their nemesis over the past five years. The Lions are 9 - 1 - 1 over Los Angeles in their last 11 meetings. The nigh - scoring Cowboys, one - half game behind St. Louis Wappingers Blanked, 4 - 0 Dare Ehneadorf Betted a pair ft goals yesterday aa Reeeerett High School' soccer team stmt oat host Wapplager. 44 la match te the Southern Seetton of the Dutches County Scholastic League. Roosevelt ha yet to be defeat ed in five outings. Wappingers is 2 - 3. Elmendorf made his first eoal at - fr - rninutes. 45 seconds Into thef - Both si Oeterlc Kuu Sconeld Hoffman DaRoberUa Heller Wooda Sandnor Wlllck Hardy LDauar Score by pari PFTNGERS AckllU Ftnnaa Trayer ritchaU Scvbembrl Terpak Boraa CUrk Elmendorf Walaank O 0 0 - 0 Upset Browns In the East, send swift Bob Hayes, who has grabbed four touchdown passes, and surprising Dan Reeves, who has scored six times, against the Eagles, who collapsed in the second half against the Cards last Sunday. Washington, coming off two straight victories over Pitts - bureh. is a top - heavy favorite to make it three in a row against the fumbling young Falcons. wzswx& lCRES aaa&sJEa" r horn opener. In the clubs' second 1963 meeting Colt quarter, back John Delta suffered a knee Injury, that sidelined him lor u rtroainder of the season ranajnder McAULEVS Ed Troccia rolled 211 - 198 - 164 573 to take the lead. Other highs: Pat OrtoUndo 212650, Jack Kerins 565 and Chic Chlavelli 559. PAWLING WOMEN Man - Ion Curry scattered the stick for 179 - 178 - 189 - 546. Other highs: Linda Turner 502, Mary Montola 451. Barbara Horn 488. Dot Bauer 200179, Pat Green joo n.41 Xll.1..,. jnt T.&.N Castle" 477, Isabel Reynold 519, Gert Ruberg 459, Jeanie Bonvis - lelto 208 - 517. Team results: L.L. Tompkins Glean Motor's 0; National Bank of Pawling 3, Leetown Sand and Gravel 0; Wright's Racers 3, Grand's Drug 9; Bruce' Restaurant and Bar 2, Greenlawn Five 1; Dayton Pressed Steel 2, Allen's Sand and Gravel 1: Brunow Brother 3, Jerry' Lunch 0: Jack's Jill 2, Osborn Five 1; Pawling Coon Club 8. Birch Jiill Inn 0. HOLIDAY SPORTSMEN Dick Phillips was top kegler with 205 - 208 - 202 - 415. Bob Donv anic clipped 212583 and Myron Bashor 200 - 568. Team results: Plaza Barbershop 3, Poughkeepsie Motor Hotel 1; Vet Cab 3. Poughkeepsie Motor Hotel Barbershop 1: Woronock House 4, Ritter's In surance fit Wendover Barbershop 2, Steam's Insurance 2; Alexander's Barbershop - 3, Tony Fall Barbershop 1. IBM STATES Nancy Foley wa best with 173480. Marge Lawrence nit 474. HOE BOWLETTES Louise Horan scattered the maple for 169 - 1J8 - 190 - 42J. Melody Ferris had 473 and Betty Hogan had 470. Team results: La Femme 2. We Five 1; Howal Ga Service 2, Circus Bar 1; Bill. Norton' Service Station X Foe U QUEEN CITY. MEN'S Mel Burger tapped the sticks for m - JJJ - JOO - 411 and the lead. Other highs: Jack Auchmoody 205 - 590. Off Seaman 2U - 604. Boom Ricco 235 - 591. Don Bure ger 568. Mike Dymun 202 - tC69. Ed Ossounski 200 - 228 - 617. Ray BOrg 207 - 588, BbfStyles 224 - 214 - 411, George Tranchard 591, Harry Pierson SSL John Lauri 212 - 451. Charlie Davi XO - o70. Frank Flora 212 - 576 and Ed 3 Substitutes Lead Indians In 7 - 0 Romp Three substitutes scored five goals yesterday as host Webutuck Central blanked Anderson, 7 - 0, in a soccer match in the Northern Section of the Dutchess County Scholastic League. Tom Downey aetted the winners' first goal 4 minutes, 34 seconds into the opening period. Jesse Barlow, a substitute, scored twice in the third frame, once at 5 29 and again at 9.05. Linsig 222 - 358. Team results: Alpine Restau rant 2. Dutchess Quarry 1: Strick land's Liquor 3, Joes Lawn Mower Shop 0; Violet Avenue Pharmacy 2, Arlington Auto Body 1; FreisKzer Electric 3, Eitzen Nationwide Insurance 0; Burger's Tavem 3, Kilowatt's 0. QUEEN BEE, Ann Araodeo rolled 189 - 154 - 183 526. Jane Dugan had 509. Team results: Culligan 2, Guercio and Son 1; Currence Sanitation 2, Arvan's Mobile Court 1; Green Electrical 2, Adams Builders 1; Frank's Barber Shop 3, PedateQa Realtors 0. HOLIDAY KNIGHTS Alex Race tapped (he pins for 233 - 236 - 178 - 44T and Ugh honors. Other highs:'' Norm O'Dell 209 - 556. Phil Galioto' 208 - 870, Walt Sarvis 203 - 564, Bill Oliver 210 567 and Tony Iflavacek 204 - 222 - 613. Team results: Hudson Valley Amusement 3, Gary Hall 0; Garden Center 2. Longbard Shell 1: it h. unge z, lied uax ami Liquor Store 1; Southern Dutchess Music 2. Hoffman Ford 1: Johnston and Johnston 2, Inter state 1: Cannizxaro'i 2. Three Caballeros 1. SOCIABLE MIXED Bill Ellis slameed 225 - 167 - 203 595. Other highs; Bill Phillips 236 - 578, Gordon Uerzfeld 212 559, Dan Rocker Jr. 204 - 569, Lee BrUlard 209 - 568 and Vine Roc ket 204 - 226 - 584. - Team results: Denny's Mach ine Repair 2. Aorta Rambler 1: Jo Dan Electric 2. Captain' Table 1; Paracula Flower X Lee and Busy Gas station l: Seaman' Service' X Vassar Beauty Shop 1; Quent'e Real Estate 2 Effron Fuel and Oil J. , IU - TRI LADIES Bert Bellamy took top spot with m - 204 - 157 - 612. Other highs: Dot Mendei 470.1 Mary Anaerson va, csteue Tnurston 501. Hilda Andersba 463. Marge. Tartu 468, Kati Richardson 451 Lola Green 803, Winnie Anderson 500. Geneva Johnson 469. Dorothy Medley 463 pnd Lou - vuja wcuerson 7o. opening period on a penalty shot. Elmendorf made good on another penalty shot at 4 - 12 into the final period of play. Mike Terpak scored at 11 - 50 into the period. Mike Havko scored at 14.30 to ice the match The lineups - Wanbuera ( IiiiitiII 14) u Tauaar LT RH cr LH OR IR CT IL OL inooai WAr - ITmiEK BOOSEVELT wappmfora oobai wataoo, aooMr, SeoAald. Roooevelt toba - Solttva. Gonaon, Po - iroo, ourrorouj, butbd. Pine Bush Takes Meet Warren Johnson led Pine Bush to an 18 - 43 Ulster County Athletic League cross country victory over host New Paiti yesterday. It was Pine Bush s first UCAL meet. The loss drooped New Palti to 0 - 2 in the league. rine uusn, with John Brown and Roy Beniti finishing behind Johnson, took the first three places as two of New Paltz' top runners were not up for the meet. , The finishers: Tim. 13 o j 11 us 11 .s 13 S7S 14 04 14 10 14 19 14 4SJ 19 07 15 41 1144 19 43 IS 9 not 14 10 it a MUme from Bob Lemere. Jack McEnroe, another sub, scored from out front at 9.54. Webutuck, which completely dominated play, also scored three times in the fourth quarter. Forty - one seconds into the period, Wayne Simon, another sub, connected. Matt Booth netted one at 9:28 and McEnroe scored his second goal of the game at 14 57. The lineups: Waaoiaek I)) Umn 101 Devennaa G Cxoca McEMomMy RP Pooldna bcookx ur zuiiAooae Ammaan RH Soytool Lylo CH LichtenetalB Ackerman LH Bwlaa Lemere OR Thompooo Dowacy IR Alloy Bootb CT linn Llml IL Vlsooat Ahoara OL Adama nnn or ponooai WEBUTUCK 1 1 7 ANDERSON O 0 O O Wobotock aobw Simon, Bartow, McEnroe, Mitchell. Ifarwti, O - Brleo. Whit. am, nooa. uunpoea, Howard, Barter, Swart, Cullliaa, Calderelll. Aaaarooa tuoai Bapnra. Larroo, Nafjtr, Browa, SaUaf er, SladoIL Warrea Johnaaa, Pino Bash John Brown, Pino Book Roy Benlts. Plna Baah John rramptoo. Now Palts sure bail, l - lno Buan Wayna DoBoU. Now PalU Jeff Syvereon, Plna Book Jack Olovor, Pino Book Jim Vlnols, Pino Booh unay oaklcy. New Palta Vlneo Torreaova. Now Pans Tom CoBlsan. Plna Baah boo enanmyer, now rim Warron Moore. Pino Baah uearfo Vnnmetor. New Palis John kfeoalor. Pino Bask Badgley Is Standout Don Badgley scored a pair el goals yesterday as he paced a hustling Oakwood School team to a 5 - 3 win over host ArlhtgtM la a soccer match la the Booth - era Seetton of the Dutches County Scholastic League. Arlington wa first to break into the scoring column. With 5 minute, 15 seconds gone in the first period, Ed Sherow intercepted an Oakwood pass and made the goal. The Admirals scored a minute later when Yogi Amsorge worked his way through a crowd around the goal. Oakwood bounced back to take a 3 - 2 lead at the half by scoring three times in the second quarter. Badgley kicked in his first goal with 1:45 gone in the per - lod. Dick Powell scored at 6:40 and Steve Jones at 7.15. Both Powell and Jones scored after the ball was taken away from Arlington players attempting to dribble downfield. Badgley scored again, 4:15 into the third period Joel Erliti, a substitute, made the goal which iced the game for Oakwood at 2.00 into the final period. The Admirals' last goal, scored at 11:00 into the fourth period, was the handiwork of Arlington sub, Bruce Hoff. Hoff took the ball down the field by himself and made a difficult shot. f"too (J) Oakwood IS) oomorvluo Pojoylo Atwatar Jonkor Maris! Runners Face 2 Opponents The Marlst College cross coun try team appeared fresh and reaay today (or their toughest meet of the season as they left for New York and the rugged Van Cortlandt Park course. Marist was slated to compete against the reigning New York Metropilitan champions. Seton Hall University, and ever oower - nil Kings Point Merchant marine Academy. The Marist men had high hopes of maintaining weir unblemished record .which was added to when they trounc ed Sacred Heart University last weanesaay. John Forbes led the Marist charge as the Red Foxes finished one through nine to completty shut out their out classed op ponents. The team ha consistently shown they perform better when tne competition is rough. Diving Course Slated at YMCA By SCUBA Unit The Aquatic Explorers Club, a local SCUBA diving organization, will conduct a course fat skin and SCUBA diving at the YMCA starting Tuesday, Oct 23, at 7:30 pan. and continuing Cooperative Area Hunters Enjoyed Successful Day Opening day on the coopera tive hunting areas in Dutchess and Putnam Counties was very busy for both hunters and personnel manning the areas, Warren H. McKeon, Region 8 super vision for the State Conservation Department, made known today. On the Dutchess County cooperative area, 138 hunters bagged 11 grouse, 41 squirrels, 8 woodcock, 35 pheasants, 5 cottontails and a raccoon. On the Putnam County coop erative, 22B nunters took 19 grouse, 41 squirrels, 12 woodcock, 64 pheasants, 18 cottontails, 45 quail and a gray fox. Some measure of the higher success in Putnam County over Dutchess County probably was due to the fact hunters in Put nam County used 120 dogs to only 27 used for retrieving and locating game in Dutchess County, McKeon said. While It is too early to predict the trend in game populations, the' first day reports on both these areas appears favorable, Aicneon aaaea. Keeno AHey rnrfau Huboard Baldoa Kane Raymond Dodarer Amaorgo Scorn bv n.rlMf. ARLINGTOW UAHWOOD Arlington auba Eberhard. Corcoran, Pa - aaraky. Hon. H.M UW - ..J i?.TT";.Z SUUiayor. " -Oakwood tubai Irtiu. Klconaa. Laaaer. ilSS'.1?' "" CnpU". Eckart. "i vwiintt a OlIUHglimumi each Tuesday through Dec 13. The course will cover equipment, diving physics, phys - oiogy, environment, safety and first ak) in diving. Each class WW consist of IVi hours of lecture and an hour of pool instroc - Uon - The first session wOl feature two films, on on SCUBA 'diving and fiat other on rescue breathing. . Tanks, regulators, air and textbook will be supplied for the court. Persons interested can contact Joseph Berretta or - attend the first session. Sports Schedule TODAY Feetball SchoUgUc Onteora at Highland. New PalU at Marlboro Pine Bush at Rondout Arlington at Beacon Wallkfll vs. liberty Wappingers at Roosevelt Poughkeepsie at Kingston Lourdes at - Saugerties Mlllbrook at Red Hook Pine Plains at Haldan Pawling at Dover Xavier at CFMA ' . CaOeglaU Marist vs. Seton Hall (Rivervlew Field) YMCA Teach League (Krieger School) Jaycee vs. 1st Luthertn 2:30 p.m.) Community Methodist vs. - HRSH (3:43 p.m.) Trinity Methodist vs. St. John's (9 via.) Sherow O ar LF - RH CP LH OR m cr IL OL Tew! Canby Joooe Levin. Powell Badgley I 1 - 1 1 Day of Golf Set tomorrow A day of golf win be staged tomorrow at College Hill starting at 9 a.m for golfers who competed in the DeStefano Memorial or city golf tournaments. After a round of golf, refreshments wiirbe provided. The event is being sponsored by the Recreation Commission. Bridge Club Winners Listed Earl Yohnell and George Schoenbrun, Poughkeepsie, posted a 61 per cent game to take first place in the North - South division during the monthly master point game conducted recently by the Mid - Hudson Bridge Quo at the YWCA. First place in the East - West division went to Robert Smith, Poughkeepsie, and Joseph Zah - Lla, Hyde Park, who played to a 68 per cent game. Second place in the North - South division went to Merrill Effron and John Chapman, Poughkeepsie, with a 59 per cent game. Third place went to Jackson Barney and Dr. Samuel Ka - gan, Poughkeepsie, with a 544 per cent game. Mrs. G. A. Nanda, Poughkeepsie. and Mrs. Harriet Meyers, Wassalc, teamed up to Play a 53V4 per cent game (or fourth place. In the East - West division, second place went to Mrs. Eleanor Triller. Poughkeepsie, and Harry Thayer. Kingston, with a 57H per cent game. Mrs, Edith Clark and Joseph Dell, Poughkeepsie. captured the third spot with a SSVi per cent game. Fourth place went to Robert Sheajand Edward Solomon, Poughkeepsie with a 55 per cent game. ' The club will t conduct, lti regular fractional - point game; at the YWCA Monday at 7:30 p.m. Auonugo piayers are invited. MOTORCYCLE SCRAMBLES OCT. 9Hi, 1966 Starts - I'm P.M. LOUIE'S SHADY LAWN iff ROUTE 62 WALDEH, HEW YORK AMA SANCTION, Sponsored bv ACE M.C Donation $1.00 CluUrin under 12 FrM n

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