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NYACK. M. V., SATURDAY, Three Game Victory Keeps Gwzi's Five Out Front By Ten Full Poinrr Crcneroso Gizzi's Restaurant preserved its ten-point (spread over the Haverstraw Community Bowling League Wednesday, winning three frames from a reluctant Lady Theresa Builder bunch. The second place Buster Wtlletfs Tavern also scored a three-game sweep, collecting five points from Florentines Builders and the third place Lions Club had a clean slate after a bout with the Provident Savings and Loan Association. . The fourth ranked Flash Appliance crew suffered the most at the Spring Valley Hub. Even thoujrh Frankie Campoll's team was able to capture four points it Nyack T Juniors Top Junior School By 53 to 33 Score Led by Jacklo Writer, the day's only double winner who . shaved two seconds off the existing rec ord for the 20-yard freestyle race and then set a new mark for the 20-yard backstroke, the Nyack YMCA Juniors defeated the Nyack Junior School, 53-to-33, in a recent match at the Nyack Y pool, One additional pool record was established, John Walker of the Y Juniors came home first in the 20-yard breaststroke in the speedy time of 16.3 seconds. The Y Juniors came in first in All three Individual events and were defeated only in the 60-yard medley relay when the Nyack Junior School's fleet trio of Marsh, Stockcy, and Madden triumphed. In the 80-yard freestyle relay, the four-man team of Jackie Writer, Jeff Manniello, John Longuill, and John Walker took first place honors for the Nyack Y Juniors. Writer streaked home In the 20- yard freestyle race with a new rec ord of 12.5 seconds, touch:.!? ahead of Perkins of the Nyac'- Junior School and teammate Jeff Manniello. In his other record smasher, the 2!V1ard backstroke where he fin- jd In 15.5, Writer had to nose out two Nvaek Junior School ri vals, Hall and Garcia. Walker won bv two body lengths over teammate Carl Gitlin to cop first place honors in the 20-yard breaststroke. Robertson of the Nyack Junior School was third here, the winning time being clocked at 16.3 seconds. One Win, One Point, Puts Marten and Foley at First Frank Marten and Cecil Taylor won the one game and one point yesterday that put them back In first place In the Nyack YMCA Five O'clock League, even If It ny a cani nau-poim. over ai. L..,M..mt nri muns in the nichtcao. Giles and Harold Hawvermaie. ine leaders were raaen over in two game by Bill Wood and Schwab, who climbed into rounn,Bnsh J52 AnKic s,,Bn, par(.d the place and a contending position. Allev Catll wlIh 363.130. Frank Coxe and Jack Kihm alao; got Into the thick of the fight forthp lu-st ',wo from Barker's Cor-th.Wiecond half championship hy nerJ, 510.458 and 611-515. They 1h; three points from the. wpr(. noll( out o( the finale, 49 to Strtc.kle-Merritt duo to land in third place, three and a half points behind the leadera. Marten and Taylor caught Wood and Schwab at the wrong time for; the latter duo waa hot, winning the ! first two games, 330-308 and 336-! 305. Frank and Cecil collected the, last one. 335-330, to stave off a shut-; out, Schwab was high scorer on 495-176-175. Taylor had 481-176-157.! Marten 467-160-159, and Wood 453- no Coxe and Kihm ran off with the first two on Strlckle-Merritt. 372-: 310 and 361-310. They went down! in the finale, 330-2M. The point for total went to Coxe-Kihm, 1.017 to 950. Frank led the way on 5li- 204-194. Jack had 490-168-167. Strickle 457-174 and Merrill 454-181.: Siwwflakes tome Uut as Champs of R. S. H. Loop Hilda Porter's Snowflakeg are the .h.mnini nf the Women's Matinee Iieaeue which has held forth atjgrama than the outstanding shows he Rockland State Hospital alleyajof last year. for the third successive season. The leaifue ran down the curtain Thursday afternoon with the Snow- fluites showing a season record of(raeing ai me urange county lair- 53 wins and 28 losses. Bertha Rae- huck's Raindrops finished second , anseu cmy ovai auowing speeas with a 49-32 record, Kdna Kirby's of ov" 0 miles an hour and at-Sunbeams were third, 33-48, and, parting many of the top drivers M u-v Edsall's Frostb tes were lHSt i-.. , In't'helr final appearance of the e?on the Snow-flake's overpowered ihe Raindrops, 473-460, 493-462, and -.44-479. Bertha Kaebuck was mgn ... IAD IMtt TT .. V. arorer wnn iuiin. jiiiib iutu hid 396-138 for the winners and :',lnrla Konaiewskl 380-150. Kirhy's Sunbeams finished up in j hl-.w of It'ory with three wins) ,.j 4H3.448. Pat Soutra was strongl for the winners with 461-160-155 i while Estelle Lick led the lrost-iHose Mies with 347-123. Mary Edsall had 846-120 and Alice Klalber 342-! 129. BYACK SUNDAY MIXED Standing of th Tenmt Won Lnet Sundaes 49 26 Blasters 2 83 banana Splits S8'i M'i Scramblers 37 38 .Vould Be's -IS 40 fay Jny 37 38 te's 31 'a 43'i 'retjiel Benders 30 45 DIESEL MEN WANTED Men are bl"e seleeted In till, area io he trained tnr hlf'i pv Jnh. Ulewl meesinlfs, trsctnr, hnlldoirr and crane operator, nsrlne Diesel, parts lues and other Jobs In this rapidly ftpandlng Induitry. If r0 ars meehsnlrallr minded and ant msklnf 1125 per erk, vol owe It t 7oreH find out ahrther or not yon aaslify, CIVILIAN AND 0. I. APPROVED, 8TATE IP KOREA VET Free National and International Plaesmant For Information Write Box No. 1, Journal-News, Nyack OREER H0P TRAINING C0 INC. APRIL 7, l?r fell four points behind the Lions who in turn are two and a half lengths in back of the pursuing Willetfs. Lady Theresa went beyond 900 twice and ajjalnst any team but Generoso's mifrht have fared better. The Gizzi's had games of 90P and 928 to silence Lady Theresa's 905 and 906. Grampy Gizzi produced 596-196. Carl Gizzi 594-206-200 Sisto Gizzi 536-192-191. and Phil Gizzi 51H for the league lead.rs. Harold (Diamond Jim) PeChelfin sparkled with 577-192-201 for Lady Theresa while Frank Smith had 533 and Tony Van Zetta 540-191. The MorelU'i again powerhoused the Lions Club to a sweep, this time over Quint Lyle's Provident Savers. Dino showed 569-209-.192 while Paul piloted 535-199 and Dominic Spicci helped out with a 484. Lou Ferracane tried to carry the load for the Provident Savings and Loan organization but Johnny Simko was way down at 477 and Eddie Pick showed a lackluster 465. Jockie Joe Revere. Jr., and Joe (Squirrel) Squillini did some fine pinwork to enable Buster Willetl's to record a three-game triumph over Fiorentino's. The ittle Revere had 593-211-203 (getting better than his pop!) while Squlllini showed 591-226-201. Johnny Llnde-mann kicked in a 510-195 and Dom Yacopino 5-15-201 for Buster s. Willie Schuler socked 541-204, Ed Cag- llone 40 and Joseph (Beans) To- movick 476 for Fiorentino a. Sam Hirsch and Son also tacked un three wins over the Landslide Inn. Andy (Webster) Vranisky rolled 577 '(209-188-180) to pace the Spring Streeters with Josh Bolack nrnnellinir 556-188-189 and Frank Miehella 478. Felix Lisewsky had 539-212, Dan Bosico 524-187, and Emil Marinozzi 483 for the Division Streeters. In the evening's only split decision, Flash Appliance collared the first two games from Shaw and Jobson's last place team. Connie Huehner pumped a 566-219-199 while Will McGeorge had 506 with Frank Campoll at 472-191 for the West Haverstraw crew. Al Leach tossed a 524-187, Doug Hoyt 456 and D. Hatchard 452 for S. and J. Sweep Pushes Restaurant Into Runner-up Position Alfoxie's Restaurant, scoring a series sweep over the Alley Cats, climbed into second place in the State Hospital Six O'clock Women's League but are still far short of the league leading West Nyack Sendee Station, which is ten games in front with about two weeks to go. Barker's Corner, in losing two to the West Nyarkers, dropped to third place. Alfoxie's opened up with a 515- ! 4 .10 win over the Alley CaW and j rulloweti it up with 481-433 in the u coup.e of Marys, Bush and Car- nonlAr IpH thp winners with 391 A1lnh rarnftfilnl- hurt II 168 tfVO solo. . f N....rk Service Station took 4R3 w)lnla Mount, of the losers, nl, . - m wUh a m 0o while ! r)0,i, pine had 438-173 for the j ..., Anirels. Pia Jurica had 397.14g.144 ana Kileen Stevenson 3114.J40, ' . , IS D m m f 0 C K vQT KOCcS . Vy jQJ btarteCl .. 1 Neyr Weekend vvun ine permission or me : weamer man. me mriiimg siock car racing win rerurn 10 me lasi '""s- :'"'nty fairgrounds April 15 start- '"f "1 ' ' 1 1 ' .. if.. t u l1 tM sooner, the recent snows have made It Impossible to get tho track ;ln condition in that short time but by the 15th he will be all et ;to nresent even helter racing nro- lor those who have not had the pleasure of attending the tnrilling programs of "modified" stock car grounds, the track Is a fast seml- , compeie isgalnst the skillful local chatif- ( in the thrill packed 10 lap '-'"" "-""-. Babe Ruth League Is to Be Started in Suffern A "Babe Ruth League" of Ram- has been newly formed by the Tallman Fire Department. Suffern Company, Suffern Hook njid j Ladder Company, Avon Products. Inc. and Dr. John C. Petrone of Surfein. The four organizations and Dr. Petrone will each sponsor one team. A meeting tif the sponsors has been called for eight o'clock Tuesday night in the headquarters of the Suffern Hose Company. Anyone seeking information r.bout the league, may call Joseph Salerno. Up until July 24, 1868, the American flag wj, made of English-, manufactured bunting. ?EADY FOP. STAR ROLE M.'CHl y MANTL. OF Ttt WHOSE 'SPR.'NS TRANN3 fORM FANS-COM- fOR THE Tiers ALWAY9 PREDCTEP foR HAl. WAS WAS OH A ttslt Anted bit WJ Freshman Cage Star at Kansas U. Finds Self in Trouble Using Assumed Name NEW YORK, April 7 (INS) -Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain, sev- i en-foot freshman phenomenon of 'the University of Kansas, may be 'through as an amateur basketball ! player for playing under an as-isumed name against professionals in 1952. I J. Suter Kegg, sports editor of 'the Cumberland (Md.) Evening j Times, told International News Service by telephone last night I that Chamberlain played under the name of George Marcus in Cumberland and scored 44 points for j the "Pittsburgh Raiders" in a game with the Cumberland Old Germans. Amateur Athletic Union rules S interpret playing under an ajsum-jed name as fraud, with the pen-I alty of permanent disbarment, j I Sundaes Go to Front By Seven In Mixed League The Sundaes have opened up a seven-game lead ill the Sunday Nite Mixed League. In the rather distant second place slot are the Blasters, who had a horrible weekend which saw them win only one game out of six rolled. They had a postponed match with the Kn- ! nana Splits and howled it Sutur-I day night, the result of which was la two-game setback. In the reg-I ularly scheduled Sunday night ! match, they dropped three to Jay and Jny. i The Sundaes belted the Scramblers twice, 619-564 and 868-518. hut 'the nine-pin handicap didn't help in the opener as it went to the ; Scramblers, 593-568. Sue Meunier 1 exploded a fine 590-209 to pace j the winners. Bob Ieinarest anchored at 539-223 and Bob Bere-isheim had 360. For the Scramblers. Ceoige Naugle banged 497-180, Betty Zicgler 413-198 and W. : Wigninn 411, ! With a chance to pick up some ground on the league leaders, the Blasters muffed In all three to the Jay and Jay crew, 579-574. 631-558 and 715-667 a 16-pin spot not helping any. Jim Rogan spilled 565-196, Doris Tin 452-184 and Jer-j ry Pla 444 for the Jay and Javs. .Jack Fiorlti's 476-181 followed Pla Jurica's 507-189 while John Bergln had 448 In the losing cause. The Banana Split" overcame a seven-pin handicap against the 1 Would Be's In the first and Inst ! contests. 575-573 and 541-506, the ; middle one going to the Would Be's. 586-579. M. Capron dumped 496-187. Ken Rossi 479 and Jirrv Pia 399 for the Splits while for the losers, (Miff Ilcsch polished off 596-240, Hurry Smith 408 and Shirley Dcseh 338. A three-game whitewash job on (he Pete's, 613-506. 530.501 and 562-556, was done hy the Pretzel Benders. Jack Kellcy anchored the winners at 465. Dot Mn risen led off at 440-182 and Lucy Ricca had 428. Dave Peterson with 457, E. :Evers 530-199 and B. Thorns 375 were the best Pete offerings. ' Abetted by a 37-pln spot, the Banana Splits won the first two from the Blasters In the postponed j Saturday riight mntch on scores of 636-524 and 621-621. The Blnst- ers retaliated In the nightcap. 593- ,521. Ken Rossi led the victors at 520. Larry Pia had 458 and M. ; Capron 395 Pia Jurica socked 450 on three 150 scores. John Berrln lhad 439-180 and Jack Florid 408 ! for the Blasters. NYACK MERCHANTS Standing of lh Trim Won Orangetown Eng. Co. 62 Skinner's Sailed Nuts 61 Will's Garage ' 53'i Harlng's Television 50 Ixirt 25 26 r.7 .17 37 40 4 m 45 45'4 47 47 58 60 74 Diiimm's Floor Covering 50 Valley Inn 50 Sieve's Bar A Grill Burnwelt's Pontlars Volk's Expre.-s Gin's Radio TV Nyack Plumbing Co. Nyack Auto Parts Alfoxie's Restaurant Furno's Agency Tappan Icgion Faulkner Ford 47 4.V4 43'.i 42 4 1 '4 40 40 27 13 Onions and esparagus are members of the lily family. fl-ir- ROCKLAND COUNTY JOURNAL MEWS - By Alan Mover . i.f VM ... .. i r.itMs HE'S BE EH BELTING THE KiNP Of HOMERS THAT CRY OUT FOR A TAPE A'EASURE, PUT MORS IMPORTANT HE HASN'T BEEN STRIKING OUT WITH Hl? ACCUSTOMED FREQUENCY BATTEP-35 TtMEZ BEFORE HE FANNEP ANP THAT CA.UZP 3xo strike. FtatwA 4ywoM Playing with professionals makes a player Ineligible for further amateur competition but such an offender may be reinstated, Kegg said that he had alitady received a letter from Col. Hardy I). Henshel. head of the Olympic Basketball Committee, soliciting all possible Information on the report which Kegg sought to light in a column. Hcnsli'el, who has filed a $35.-000 slander suit against Kansas' Coach Dr. Forrest C. (Phog) Allen, also asked for the name and address of a Philadelphia booking agency which sent Chamberlain and the Raiders to Cumberland while he was still playing for Ov-erbrook High School in Philadelphia. Kegg said the AAU official wrote him on private stationery, begging his cooperation "in the cause of true amateurism." "It waji not concerned about Chamberlain unless he engaged In AAU competition or was a candidate for the Olympic team," Jlen-shel said. Kegg, whose column pointed out that the fabulous freshman p'ayed before 14,000 his first time tut at Kansas compared to 200 that night in Cumberland, said that although he doesn't condone Chamberlain's act "I just don't consider it fair to single him out of hundreds of similar violators." "Chamberlain was 16 yean old when he ployed here - too young, probably, lo know that he was doing wrong," said Kegg. "I doubt whether he got more than ten or fifteen dollars for tho night." The Cumbeiland Old Germans against whom Wilt played haJ Bob Pence as their playing 'naeh. Pence, city recreation director, was a pro and performed in the one-time all-America Conference also inhabited by Sweetwater Clifton, now of the New York Knickerbockers. Pros George Goctz and Lou Bell also played for Cumberland. Chamberlain ulo reportedly played for Quakertown in the semi-pro Big Nino Conference in Eastern Pennsylvania while a senior in high school. A special clause permitted him to play as an amateur, receiving no cash, and he was listed on the router under his own name. Wilt, who was sought by 8S colleges and universities, may be forced to dunk all hopes of becoming a collegiate all-Anierican and possible AAU selection .o the I960 Olympics. That would leave him a Harlem Globetrotter since the Philadelphia WarrioTs cannot take Wilt until his class is graduated In 1959 The Negro star's career depends entirely on how the National Collegiate Athletic Association and tho Big Seven Conference Interpret what constitutes professionalism. Leaders Dumped in Two By the Last Place Team It took the last place Seidel's Atlantic Service to show the league leading Blauvelt a thing or two on the alleys Wednesday night at the Rockland State Hospital. The Nyarkers put the Inn down twice In the Hospital Four-Women League and, since John Grell's Tavern pinners won two from Orangeburg Playland, the lead was cut to three game?. The Scldela opened up with a 608-551 decision, lost the second, 5i'8-584. but bounced back to take the nightcap, 573 562. Marion Mills had 476-175-153 for the winners and Ella Dannenberg led the Inn with 471-1S2. Aggie Miller had 450-151-151. and S. KresI 450-168. The Grells took a llrst-game win from Playland, 489-486, dropped the second to the Orangebiirgers, 584-4 M, but snared the nightcap, 542-531. Flo Whittaker. of the Grells, nosed out Sue Graf, of Playland, 44.3-174 to 431-169-151. BLACKTOP DRIVEWAYS Free Estimate Call FRED MASTROMARINO HA 9-5627 SHOP MARGIN GOES DOWN IN WOMEN'S LOOP tile Ton Legs and Alley C.t are It appears that buffer the Sondra'still deadlocked for first place in Shop built up in the Pearl River " ''i" Women's Bowline League. Kullinf Wednesday at the Women's league might he needed , ,Wk1,rt Manlewavs in Nanuet before the schedule runs out three, weeks hence. Boasting a ten and a half game lead going into Tues-;th third place Hi-Skors failed to day night's matches at the Rock- take advantage, dropping a pan-land Map'eways. Nanuet. the Son- lo tm, advancing Stnkcttes. dras had it shaved to seven and ... T)p Slnk,tu,9 ,0V(,d ,0 wl(mn half when second place Blue Hi K 0 g Qf Golf Club clipped the leaden m ;,, inR Hi-Sk, in the se;-three games. Ramsay Insurance: om, Bm, ,hird , K c,,u.k(, stayed a game and a half back of!ghowod ft .... J)K,kle John!)0n Blue Hill with a sweep over the am, JoW(, )a1 ,M for Du-Rite Cleaners. th, Striketh-s. Jlnnv Fapnont sup- Wlth Mil Taylor showlns tbe way;i,ij(,u a 426-165. Louise Hand 421-on a 502-199-168, the Blue Hill Goir-;1M anil Mildred Alexander 383 for eia swept off the Sondras, 799-716. the Hi-Skors. 705-884, and 717-692. Doris Burling tfl, ami m-u:'4. iun pmin.n- ton turned In a 491-17.V1S9 lor tne' . . .. loop leaders and Paula Fazio add - ed 441-156. Julia Sasey ondlCaeU paved the way with her 445 - best on the Golfers with 44H-169 and! Joan McArdle had 416-162. To stay in the flRht for at leut cond money, Ramsay Insurance eoniin't H,- nnv- fonlinir around so v .w n Limn iru iii-ii i-to-i.iaj they came up with a sweep victory: am) Betty Sylvander 422 for the A f'"' doing any work, or at-over the Du-Rites, 623-601, 714-693. Alley Cats who worked with a tending meetings (once 'a month) and 688-685. Pert Maria Wasser-; blind and a deficit of 15 pins pci !t,lf'' Ble V1"ry ronsplcuous by their mever kept the Ramsay In line with a 456-160-153. Nearest to Maria was Jean Mason, of the Cleaners, who had 421-169. Walter Bedell's Florists lost some more ground, but still held to fourth place, after losing two to Spreen's Insurance, 718-699 and 714 - 697. The Florists had taken tlw Dillon helped out with 393 and opener, 692-646. Mary Capron ledjrno RiUer hit 318. June Roth's the way with 490-177-168 and Ann Hopkins anchored at. 470-167-161. Jean Voir had 486-184-154 for the Florists and Pat Soutra 479-170-169. Jimmy Lund's Riverside Inn keg- lerettes dumped Model palry deep- er lno the cellar with a two-game i win, 692-20 and 717-679. The cen ter attraction went to the Duiry Maids, 700-613. Blanche Scott, of the losers, was high scorer at 44S-157-154. Peg Brundage had 410-157 for the Lunds and Christine Baker 421 and a pair of 146s. Second best on the Dairy was Inky Stiles at ! 422-154. Gonzales Notjn Talent for Satisfied With tm f J scoring aysiem ' (Yankee, pity the poor Yankee ! ments 'not the Friday and Saturday night j CLEVELAND, April 7 '6l ' j manager who has to choose h-ml -..,, ,h, ,,. ff iw,Uhow?" TV answer Is simple, j Pro tennis champion Du-k Pan-tl,am from . u , talent ZIT al meetings But ' We don't watch those program,, cho" Gonzales, who last night won , PV,.rvthjl,K ,,,.. no,l " " " , ' ; And, the reason we don't U that we (n iinnrecedented fourth Hto they should be able to do a joti 101 'L S lt p ay! Cy 8-"K" """" fine to ,he association when It is assigned i t t" those commercials hey lanoTl er cha mnloiS 8U" tri"d n',d trl" sUr "!' '"" ln ,h'i'' PrtIo,.l,,r area. Pt " -very three frames. As long nresen sco W""""' Yo B"". ""' When they fail to attend meetings hey conlmue that practice Segura th.-ei. onmes to one III lies 111 vii) XrTaiVtTlab;;, - Rex Hartwig, that the 21-polnt scoring system must ro. Although Gonzales said he would not 'participate in another championship if the ping-pong scoring system is used." Segura said he was for it, claiming it made the matches more even. Trabert, who took third-place honors ln the three-day event by downing Hartwig, also declared. "I'll never play in another tournament where this system Is used." The former U. S. amateur champ said: "Under the present rules that limit the man to one serve, players like Gonzales and myself are handicapped. It would be like invoking a rule forcing Otto Graham (retired passer for the Cleveland Browns) to pass left-handed." Hartwig, the man from down-under, termed the scoring system "silly" and added that "it doesn't do anything for the game." Meanwhile, runnerup Segura said the present set-up bellied to equalize the game for players who do not have "atomic serves" such as those of Gonzales and Trabert. Segura also pointed out that the new system helps speed up the game and Insures that the man "who scores the most points wins I The spindly-legged Krundormn I told Gonzales that he shouldn't op - Cleveland Arena, agreed with two!" -". " - i pose the setup because "you II el-er busy nt Jacksonville with a 19 ! ways have the edge no matter;to 4 win over Jacksonville of the I what rules are used." I Sally League, Rookies Don Bud- Just before the doubles chain-1 din, George Susce and Dick Ger-t plonshlp, copped by Trubert and;iiert all hit home runs for the Red ... p. game set, the fans were asked to. vote by applause whether the 21 point system should be kept. The fans overwhelmingly spurn ed the Idea and voted thnt regular tennis scoring he reinstated. COUNTY WOMEN MEET The executive board of the Rockland County Women's Bowling As-slation will meet tomorrow afternoon, at 3 o'clock, at the Nanuet Ambulance Corps building. Most Important business Is the report of the law and legislation committee. Action will be taken on the report so it ran be presented tn the full; membership at the annual meet-1 Ing of the association. RtH SIX O'CLOCK WOMEN Stanilint of Ihi Twin Won W. Nyack Service Station 53 Alfoxie's Restaurant 43 1 Barker's Coiners 42 ; Alley Cats 18 "Y" BLAME MONDAY Trams Won Lost 42 36 40 38 38 ' 3H'S 35' 424 Hogan's Diner MeManns Pharmacy Frank Owen Plumbing Club n-w "Build With Confidence" Dco Contracting Co. Custom Built Homes Commercial & Industrial Buildings 11 Tannyonns Lane West Haverstraw HAverstraw 9-3474 ;Ten Legs, Alley "; ' 5 " both top-notchers were felled twice''14"1' County Bowling Association, i,., clubs of lesser stature hut even'" nominating committee appointed nu I...... All... r..i. ..!..... lie nut: Ann ymn v i i ui ii nit i , , ... .,.. i r..,i.,i tin. 7ni,..r ... p,,.. n,-,,,,'fc h ,.,, ' , I ii-it t, n Jti Uft ,..4 IT... 1 tossed 401-151 wiht Anea Glta 3,55.153. Evvie Pappas uncork -d! ; jR.i un. 1 kt i.-ii..., .v.. .11 jni came. Willie Wolk slammed a 451 with a giant 193 night-cap to help the last place Assorted Nuts capture the second and third games from the Ten Legs. The Assorted Nuts had to work with a blind but rc- .clvcd 28 free sticks a game. Peggy 416-161, 405 for Marie Seaman and 329 for Marilyn Roth paced the Ten Legs. The Lightning Rods moved toi within two L.an,,.. f .,.. ivll, piHcp Dead wood after ln-alingi them in the first and second games.! Terry Savarese supplied 4 18-1B5- 152, Sophy Pappas 402-176-159 Kllyj Birchwale 356 and June Glueckert 346, all for tho Lightning Rods Beatrice Laird provided a 431-148, B. Thorns 4i)3 and Joan Paradise! 339 for the Deadwoods. Stengel Over-rich Yankee oquad 1 j ley nrea, had to make the con- If it's tough to be a New Yorkit.n ts and secure the advertise - ni.. h..noh -..... . " " d!"", - 1 go around Take the case of second sacker Bobby Richardson, understudy to Martin. Casey replaced Martin with Richardson in the sixth inning of yesterday's Yankee win over Philadelphia. And It turned out ton(, tn,. Rockland County Howling he a Yankee win only because of! Association. It will our first con-ihc youngster. ivention since the 1919 meet In Richardson tripled and singled ! Cleveland when we were a dele-to drfve home four New York run.!g.,(P f,om the New York City As-which gave the Yanks the win 7 i .nelntlnn. Our onlv other attend to 4. Stengel couldn't ask for more, yet Richardson's performance made little or no dent In Mar tin's mortgage on second base. It merely gave evidence the youngster could probably haul down a starting assignment on any other club in the major leagues, and added to Stengel's tantnli.ing, yet agonizing, problem of being too rich. While mscy suffered in silence. the New York Giants snapped ai P ny h,,,,c they give yours j two-day scoring drout-ht with a 13trl,y opportunity' lo peak onl to 6 win over the Cleveland In-Ithat proposed rule thnt would de-f dians. Southpaw ace Johnny An-p.lv(, pils. presidents of a vole nt, ionelli limited the American Lca-i .,,.,,, .iini. Tout's a sore gnets to one run and six hits until be retired in the eighth after yielding two more Indian runs. Hoyt Wilhelm finished the affair for Antonelii, giving up three tallies in the ninth. The Chicago Cubs outshowered Baltimore 15 to 11 in another hii'h j scoring affair at San Antonio, j while Boston kept the score keep-i V ashiliL'ton and Plttshureh tirith, - 1 came up with one run victories, The Senators edged Cincinnati 4! - i'0 u ai r ion nee. Miuin laronna while the Pirates topped Kansas: City 9 to 8 at Austin. Texas. j St. Umls and the Chicago White Sox were rained nut at KnnxvilliM and Milwaukee and Brooklyn were j forced to postpone because of wet'D'Xter Kards grounds nt Chattanooga. HOSPlTAt FOUR WOMEN Sfnnrtini; of Iht Tenras Wnn Lost Blauvelt Inn 45 33 John Grell's Tavern 42 Orangelun g Playland 3 36 40 47 Seidel's Atlantic Service 31 WOMEN'S MATINEE FihiiI Standing of Ihr Team Lost Won Lost 25 Porter's Snmvllukes 53 28 35 Haebiu k's Raindrops 4:t 32 311 1 Kirby's Sunbeams 33 48 60 ;Ed.ial!'s Frostbites 27 54 Allison & VerValen Co, Inc.. Building Materials "Everything to Build Anything" Routs 9W d Wett Side Ave. HAverstraw 9-5701 At the April Hireling of the Itock-i by President Irving Knapp. will For l.iUard. it was another $650 present a slate of officers for the1 added to his mounting total. Wil-coming year. The line officers' man carted off $:!00 for the after-should not present too much of a no n "work.'' Liiiaid takes on the problem. Most of these men have! Elizabeth (N.J ) tayioi, Marty Cas- becn very active during the past year anil have carried out their assignments and, most important of all, have attended meetings regularly, Bui, it is In the list of area representatives where there should. land probably will, he a shuffle and 1 mjewiwu hi Miiir i it-1 the injection of some new blood. . . ! lucre is certainly need for some ot.womens ,he la,tl'''- 11 h" 'wen our opin - ! i,m fr longtime that many rep - i resentatives get themselves elected "! HiJ ,!he,r """'f ,nl. the lottoi-hal of the association's: 1 stationery. absence. Chief offenders have been some of the representatives of the Spring Valley, Suffern, and Nanuet areas. In Suffern, for instance, Bert ui..'i, n'r..i !,.,,. i carrv the whole load, and It's been far from easy for these two fel - . low - , Spring Valley has been a dead Untie for some time. Representa- lives from outside areas have had j to cover up on many occasions, In Nanuet, John Poletto, the area " Ivainh Manaen. vu - f - pre - ldent. have had to do most of the work th,'rc' A Khu ing example of the lack of j co-operation occurred In the Spring Valley area prior to the last tour- nament. Cards for the advertiser! who patrnntie the annual tourna-i nient program were allotted to thciteum of five of the top women rhief and, supposedly, they; i were distributed to toe represenia - 'tives of the area. Nothing hap - j pened and Hi st thing you know the 1 . . . . ....... J 1 L......I . entire batch landed In Secretary , Roger Cornell's ofllce among a lot of other material. As a conse- (iience, Cornell, Pete Hackett, Har-j old James. Ted Tngaras and a few! others from outside the Spring Val-j n.uonc. nine is nu ...o... .... , i i . . .. j .... 1 t.!th. nominating committee gives me exeeuuve ooan. " every last one of them the heave-o 0 0 6 This lime rir.xl wvvk we will have completed our solemn duties, along with Rog Cornell, as a delegate to the A. B. C. convention represent ance wa the 1928 convention held In New York City, also a delegate of the N Y U A. Of rouise, Roger will be the major ilomn at the confab from the local association. He's the delegate, but we Intend to have a long pin svlth us to Jab him with If he isn't (pilck on getting to his feet to speak his pence on ticluur oi .. Rockland Countv bowlers. soot with lis and well make It known to the delegates If we have to gi't them off in a coiner somewhere. Rochester here we come! 0 0 0 Writ. Hill Lillmil did It again. This time it was Joe Wllmnn who tilt the dust on the Satuiday aftei- has been getting by on some very, close squeakers. His fifth straight wi on the snow resulted in a n pin derision over the four-time A. B. C. champion. 597 to 580. j, , f oil OIO nl 17i w . 1 1 man 190, 210. and 180.' And Llllard NYACK WOMEN Handing of tht Tramt Won Lost Dry-Vin Clianrra Quality Cleaners Marys Shop Pedersen's Jewelers Cor.aee Florists Nyack Pork Store Nash Alrflytes Hume OHnrm, Htilhlera Lawn Sodding Grading ii'iii .11 ft mil it-r 0 ;,IMI in I.IHHI i. it. "if I'li-rmiiMt S V. Ieriiii.nl ''l:ll!l Miii n M'i 32 'i I B 46 41 j H 46V 41I'.. 1 a 41 46 , . 36 51 S 33 54 i a From the Basement to the Roof 5 EVERYTHING YOU NEED - 0 Steel 4 Aluminum Lumber v Murtar Boxes Steel Beams Ji Casement Window C.i i ago Doors v Wlicel Barrows N.i lis J Reinlorclng Roil- ' Lally Column V Hrlclt Ties J Anchor Holla V Wire Lath TAG Roofers Dimensional Fir Wl.ito i'ine Window Units Door Frames Clear Pins Clear i'ine Fin d. O.ik Flooring Screen Doors Iieaver Hoard Combination DfKirs Asbestos Heattlator Flreplaca Ply Woisj t Wiro Mesh Scptio TanU 0 Scptla Tank Cleaner Conditioner ViiiI Phone Write JERRY MASTROMARINO Off 9-W Haverstraw, N. 1. Tel. HAvorsrraw 9-5774 Our Prices Ars Lower Peqe Seven Down the Alley with E0 MAUREg missed thiee spare., the elsht-pin, the 4-7, and the 10. Joe had no errors. slo this afternoon at two o'clock for his sixth appearance, and we're watering he slays on to meet his seventh opponent, G 0 0 TVn IicIUm p there will be a "first" In bowling come April 28 when a team of Callleoon (X. Y.) women take off for Miami, Fla., and the ... International Bowling i Congios tournament Among the U'ioup will he Josephine (Jo) Mc- : Donald, a sister of Johnny DeSevo, Th, "" bf ? nS earn will travel from Callleoon to Idlewild International Airport In one of Howard Stewart's hcarsea. Stewart Is the town undertaker. Another believed "first" Is that the Callieoon bank has deposited funds with a Miami bank that the women howlers may draw upon in case they run short of funda in their trip to the southland. I T1,R CHlllroon women will bowl In ""' tournament on May 1 and 2 and return home on Sunday. May 5. 0 0 0 Tni fime nvx' trerk, the Paacack MllU,, tl,(im wl n.,VP u lnnngB down In Miami, Fla. For most of the girls It will be their first ex perience In a W.I. B.C. national , ,,..,, at lest that far away from Thf pu.oackll will leave Nanuet next Thursday night immediately following the Nanuet Women s Classic League matches and head for Idlewild to catch a plane for Miami, Pascack Molel Is an assembled bowlers in Rockland County and, : ir iliey happen io nave an on ; night in the nationals, they could dlMitrh the leaders on the big board ' .1 ..... I I.. XL.I.Ib. I, m I ..In - .... considei ably. Making the trip are Julie Gere, Prlscilla Woods, Peggy Hruiulage, Ethel Wigersma, and Ehvina Week, 0 0 0 (ni.vicer In a iut-ru: "Why do you carry accounts or the Sat- ! urdav afternoon TV bowling and auto insurance policy: Over 3.000 1cm words than' in most auto policies and the type is larger, too.: J 'WJf.'I't' !No fine print or hidden clauses. And 16 illustrations explain your coverages. tO' you. Best driving security uioneV' can buy. Ask any of the 2,000,000 drivers we insure. .From the company that was founded to lower in-' 'surance costs and to put' tm-virn u-ilh rwnutA lief ore j personal gain " LESTER M. KAECK NY 7-4107 RICHARD MARQUART SU S 0683 RAY W. SHERIDAN PE 5-3383 RUSSELL M. AICHER PE 5-5633 LOCAL AGENT HA 9-3644 MARK A. GRIFFITH PE 5-3013 El nationwide! Mutual Insurant Company! Moms Ofhct Columbui, Ohi 1 Feoxtilr fM IUlfU INSUIANtt V Building Mstonry Matsriji VSO planter ln.-m)atnii Board Cinder Blucks Porllind Cement Mortar Cement Moulding While Cement Trim Druinaiit Tilo Tile Cmi.inev Flu Chimney Block Face Brl-k lntmi Hrlck Common Brick Pootaway Plpa Cleaner Gravel Shingle,) Our Pricet Arc Lower I J 1 11 1 i 1 .

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