Delaware County Daily Times from Chester, Pennsylvania on March 21, 1973 · Page 21
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DELAWARE COUNTY (PA.) DAILY TIMES Wednesday, March 21, 1873 JJall of Famer -I .-;·;. . v ijohn Casey rolls 682-268 NOW AVAILABLE AT BOTH CHESTER -- Hall of Famei" John Casey reeled off games of 268. 204 and 210 to lead scoring in the Goodfellow's League with a 682 series. George Frynn knocked out 624241 and Harry Towsoa had 608 in the same league. Jim Richards had a steady · 666 series on games of 224, 222 and 220-to lead the Tinicum Township League. Stan Kalesuik Louie Red Sox enter tourney CHESTER -- Louie D's and the Eureka Red Sox head a list of early entries in the annual YMCA Weight b a s k e t b a l l tournament which starts Apri 2. Louie'* is defending Chester Hec League Open Division champion and has sacked away .the league's first half title pearlier this »eason. had 638-226 and Don Robertson 599. Jim Ratktsky fired 615-244 in the Fri-Haven League where Hoagie Webster landed 230. Bill Cfaism was t h e Brookhaven Classic leader with 607. Ray McMullen had 603-244 and John Tamavich 593. Ron Slave holds high average at 191. Ron Marino has a 190 norm. Em Frieze scored 606-232 in Conchester Seniors League here Roy Borsello had 582-232, liif Jones 580 and Al Skinner '· Dave Bradbury logged 563 and ic" Gentile 224 to lead Our Lady Charity League men, while onnie Moran was the leading ady'with 473-180. Hal Ewing paced the Daily lines League rath 547. Joe fiarcin had a 225 single. Red' 83-76, Sox on , * ; . _ However, th« /whipped Louie's, Monday night. In last year's tourney, the So? : . downed Louie's, 72-70, in the ^semifinal round. ;;· The Cheyney All-Stars won : last year's unlimited division · title as brothers Wilbur and Buf: ' Kirkland, both of Chester, ie the way. Wilbur was tourney . high scorer, while Buff was .MVP. ; . Deadline for entries in al . weight classes is March 29. Cal. , ; tournament director Lou Wade ;. at West Branch YMCA foi "further information. : Oaks, Warriors J are victorious £··· CHESTER - Al Fiorvanti -.; scored 25 points to pace'Twin x Oaks to a 64-60 win over ABA in the Chester Rec Senior · League playoffs Tuesday night. The victory evened the best-of . 3 series at 1-1. j^, Willis Reed scored 12 and Jim .%? -Dixon 11 for Twin Oaks. H'- In a Junior playoff game, the '.',;.. Warriors stopped Chester Boys ·Club as Eric Foster and Gerald Bradley had eight points each and Derrick Hopson hooped . seven. Randy Womack's 13 led CBC. Columbia adds new grid foe NEW YORK (AP) -For-th* first time in 26 years, Columbi; is adding a new rival to it; football schedule. The Lion will take on Bucknell in it; home opener next Sept. 29. Thi only other non-Ivy League foi to play Columbia next fall wi! be Rutgers. The teams play a New 27. Brunswick, N.J. on Oct Basketball camp starts in July WAYNESBURG -- The Tri State Sports Camp, a Waynesburg College, will mar /its llth year this summer. Rudy Marisa, head basketba coach at Waynesburg and Ra Trincia, of Gallatin High S'choo are co-directors of the cam for boys 9-18. The dates are July 8 to 2 : in one week sessions. Informtio can be obtained by contactin Marisa at Waynesburg Collegi Olympic eliminated COLUMBIA, Pa. -- The )lympic Sporting Goods basket- all team lost in the first round i f the National Amateur Basket- all Assn. tournament to the 'hiladelphia Colts, 87-SO. It was a tossup contest until he final eight minutes when he Colts reeled off seven traight points for a 79-69 lead after Olympic had benched harlie Gaines (Temple) with our fouls. Gaines scored 24 points, Mike Jones and John Cox 18 each or Olympic. Bob Booker, had 22. Bobby Jones and ElrJridge Green 20 each for the Colts. Maxinen clinch dart pennant Maximilian's clinched the Delco Dart League title despite a 3-2 loss to Millview. Joe Dick shot 53, Charles Stockley 50 and Jim Bruce 50 "or Max's. Darby (A) held on to second place, beating Deecon Ale House, 4-1. Jack Eletcher (58) and Dave Moore (54) led Darby. n other games. Fun House sbut sut Blue Moon (B), 5-0, and O'Hagan's (B) beat Dolan's (B), Dolan's (A) topped Upland (B), and Pine (B) beat Sun Village 'B).in 4-1 games. North Carolina assistant leaves TERRE HAUTE, Tnd. (AP) -- Bill Dole, 30, assistant foot)all coach at the University of "forth Carolina, has been named an assistant at Indiana State University. · . Dole, a 1964 graduate of Da-- vidson College, will be the of- ensive line coach at ISU, replacing Larry Van Der Hayden who accepted a similar position at East Carolina. Dole's father, Bill Dole Sr., was head coach at East Caro- 'ina and Davidson. Poile to quit Vancouver job VANCOUVER, B. C. (AP) -Norman "Bud" Poile announced late Monday he will not return as general manager of the Vancouver Canucks for the 1973-74 National Hockey League season. Poile, currently on a leave of absence, said he has spent the past 2 ] /2 weeks discussing the position with Canucks' President Thomas K. Scallen. Vice President Lyman D. Walters and Director Coleman E. Hall. IV. WEDNESDAYS AND THURSDAYS FOR THE PRICE OF EACH WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY TWO FANS WILL BE ADMITTED FOR THE.PR1CE OF ONE! Thoroughbred Racing · Efg E · Exacla · Doll/ Double · Triiacta ·!» mil* frock * Endoisd heotad Qrondttcmdi · Ca»ar Rodney Drnlng Room · Diamond Oscktai] Loung* · 8100 -Car Parking foil t'.mti: Wed. rfiru Sof. 3 P.M. Sunday 1:30 P.M. . Dinner r«««rvafioni (302) 674-4971 Traek informafion (302) 674-4600 Group Party Plan (302) 474-4*00 DoverDowns US. 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