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The Courier-News from Bridgewater, New Jersey · Page 48

Bridgewater, New Jersey
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Wednesday, December 9, 1964
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48 THE COURIER-NEWS Plainfield, N. J., Wednesday, December 9, 1964 Favored Brook ure MVC Title To CaBt JL Wardlaw Five' Tops Carteret, 70-56 Bill Dubin, Glenn Bliwise and Bill Pratt sparked a 22-point second period outburst that carried Wardlaw School's basketball team to a 70-56 victory over Carteret School yesterday at Plainfield. Merchants Win Protest, Eye Wildcats L J f 1 I 7 Y - X y y - 1 V I - f f V , -r ' J I " "' ' ' Shello will probably start Jack. Addicks (6-2), Gene Tromley (5-11), John Slahet- ka (5-10), and Jeff Dillon (5-10). "We've been on the tail end of scrimmages with tough Group 3 and 4 schools," said Shello. "But that might help us get started." Middlesex Experienced . There are five returning letter winners at Middlesex, but one Ken Bunting is still nursing a football injury. But Poeltler is expecting "A better than average season." He's counting on seniors Ray Hamilton and John Hromoho, and juniors Ted Eppa and Dan Mauro. Hromoho and Mauro will play in the back court while Hamilton and Eppa perform as for wards. Mike Wick, a 6-2 sen ior, is the center. Ron Virgilio, a 6-foot sen ior, and Joe Billard, a 5-9 junior, are also expected to see action. Lack of experience may Free Inspection Free Brake Adjustment V are preparing for first game Friday at Wat chung Hills. (Courier-News Photo by Chas. F. May Jr.) SHOOTING THE WORKS Bill Welaj (25) of Bound Brook High, gets off shot during practice session. Coach Joe Barile's Crusaders Parochial High Quintets Banking on Enthusiasm By TOM EVANS The first Mountain - Valley Conference basketball championship is up for grabs between six Plainfield area high schools. The first championship in the 2-year-old conference was won last month by the Bound Brook football team. Similar titles will be available in wrestling, track, golf and baseball. Crusaders Favored Three coaches Bob Poel-tler of Middlesex; Mike Shello of Dunellen, and Ed Buckley of Bernards rate Bound Brook as the favorite to capture the conference title. The Crusaders have experience and speed, but lack height. Returnees Alan Beat-ty, Don Iarkowski, Rich Korab and Bill Welaj are Coach Joe Barile's strong pomts. Korab, a 5-11, 175-pound senior, is in his third year on the varsity. Iarkowski, a strap ping, 6-1, 205-pound center, will be counted on to do most of the rebounding. Pederson Optimistic Ridge Coach Jim Pederson is viewing the season with optimism. The Red Devils were 8-13 last year, and their only graduation loss was Dave Brown, a forward. Center Bruce Macchiaverna, a 6-5, 200-pound senior, set a school scoring mark with 319 points last year. He's in his third year with the varsity. Other letter winners in clude forward Ken Schoen-berg (6-2), and guards Fred Legband (6-1), Jim McNeely (5-11), Jim Baldassare (511), Rusty Allen (6-1), and Mike Maher (5-9). Dunellen Rebuilds There is little remaining of last year's Dunellen team, which won the Central Jersey Group 2 championship. Senior Jack MacKenzie is the only returning letterman. The biggest loss was Jim Robinson, who led the Plainfield area in scoring with 455 points. In addition to MacKenzie, Mat Session Set At Bound Brook Bound Brook The high school wrestling team will present a demonstration on amateur wrestling tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the high school gym. Head coach Bob Zarbatany, with the aid of his varsity wrestlers, will explain the scoring, rules and procedures of a wrestling meet. The wrestlers will demon strate and display some of the holds and maneuvers to be used in the coming season. A question and answer period will follow. GEEGOGQ atively small team is McGlynn j (6-3) who is expected to do the bulk of the rebounding. Martin (5-10) a senior, and Kranchalk (5-10) a junior, are small for the forward positions, but in spite of their lack of height are considered good offensive rebounders. Falcons Lack Height St. Joseph's also opens its season Friday, against Kennedy High of Iselin. But an apparent lack of height puts the Falcons at a disadvantage as they attempt to improve last season's dismal 3-17 log. With seniors Tom Stine (6-0) and Mike Rapach (5-10) performing in the backcourt, coach Ron Kelly hopes to HEW Dubm and Bliwise, scoring mostly on set shots from the 20-foot mark, tallied seven and six points, respectively, in the second quarter. Pratt scored on two driving layups and a foul shot. That gave the Rams a 33-21 halftime lead. The closest the visitors came after that was 50-40 after three periods. It was the season opener for both teams. Wardlaw hit on 28 of 60 field goal attempts, and con verted 14 of 19 free throws. Carteret hit 26 of 59 from the floor, and swished 4 of 12 foul shots. Pratt, the leading scorer, hit 9 of 12 field goal attempts, and made 1 of 3 foul shots. Carteret School Wardlaw G F P G F P 1 19 6 14 4 16 2 16 0 2 1 3 Spagnoll Sthanerman Dicrise Guinan Dlszowy Burks 1 Pratt 0 6 Dubin 2 8 Bliwise 0 16' Kent 1 13!Larison 0 4 Vivian IRobson Levins ' 0 0 0 0 Totals Cai feret Wardlaw 26 4 561 Totals 28 14 70 1 11 22 1 17 1654 20 7 Officials: Friedlander, Tlemey ' PHS Slates Spoi rts Fete Outstanding athletes and scholar - athletes in football and cross-country will be among those honored at the annual Plainfield High School Athletic Association's Fall Sports Awards Dinner tomorrow at the Park Hotel starting at 6 p.m. Abe Smith, athletic director and head football coach, said the speaker will be Rob ert Feaster, former PHS grid player who served as a train er for the Baltimore Colts of the National Football League, was a radio sportscaster in the mid-West and is now in public relations work in New York City. Coaches will present varsity and jayvee players with awards and donor Harold Rosenberg is scheduled to present the scholar - athlete awards. I Color guard members, cheerleaders and twirlers also will be honored. - : - i Lakepoint Wins Bowling Crown Allen Park, Mich. CD Lake- point Chrysler of Detroit, nos- ng out home town rival De-;roit Stroh, is national men's :eam bowling champion of the Bowling Proprietors of America. In a hot finish with anchor man Billy Golombiewski scor ing a needed double, Lake- point beat out Stroh in the last game last night, 1037 to 1025, for the top $2,000 prize and the title. Bob Stampe led Lakepoint with 212-258470. Golombiewski rolled 209-213 -422. ; -v.. For the 12 games of the two day finals, Lakepoint compiled 14,222 pins, including 2,000 bonus pins for eight game victories against four losses. Stroh, 7-5, winner of $1,200 second place money, aggregated 14,018. Rutgers Quintet Beats Georgetown New Brunswick C?) Guard Bob Lloyd scored 27 points last night as the Rutgers basketball team overpowered visiting Georgetown, 80-74. The visitors towered over the Rutgers squad, but couldn't keep up with Rutgers' fast-breaking plays. Fights Last Night New York Levari Roundtree, 174, New York, outpointed Greatest Crawford, 175V, New York, 8. hurt the chances of Jim Ca-pano's Manville quintet. Ken Koharki and Bernle Schultz are the only players who have seen varsity action. Bernards Improved Sophomores will get a workout at Bernards this year, according to Coach Ed Buckley. However, seniors Bob Potrzeba, Al Wolfe, Julio Ferrante, Jim Smith, and Tony Delia Russo, along with junior Joe Bocchino, are expected to start. But Buckley promises that sophs Jog Chiparrullo, Tom Carton, Dave Hill and Jim (Pancho) Salegna will get plenty of game experience. The Mountaineers were 3-14 last year. "We'll be bet-ter than that," declared Buckley. "I really think Bernards is ready to start moving up in sports," he said. Manville and Bound Brook, in addition to playing in the Mountain -Valley Conference, will also compete in the Somerset County League. Free Installation Expert Service ... BUY J (tend Line o2FLYo Shallower Tread U.S. Royal Winter Service B. F.Goodrich Trailmaker 330 Goodyear Sure Grip FOR LESS" ill m '.SERVICE Brake linings are factory guaranteed. Good for as long as you own your car. Replaced, if necessary, for only a service charge. 735 WEST FRONT ST. NEAR GRANT I WEST END AVES. , . PLainfield 7-7575 Upc OPEN 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M. Dunellen For the third time this season, the Plain-field Merchants will attempt to play their Eastern Pro Football League game against the Camden. Wildcats at 1 p.m. Sunday at Columbia Park. rne contest, which was originally scheduled to be played at Seidler Field in Plainfield, has been postponed twice because of bad weather. However, the stakes in Sun day's tilt have recently taken on a new light. At a league meeting Monday, the rules committee upheld a protest, filed by the Merchants after their Oct. 31 game with the Hammonton Bakers. Ham- monton won the contest, 7-6, but yesterday's meeting gave the victory to the Merchants The protest was based on use of ineligible players. The Merchants are now deadlocked with the Wildcats for second place, which gives the .winner of Sunday's game the opportunity to meet league-leading Ridley Town ship for the playoff cham pionship. However, the playoff may not be. held because of the lateness of the season. Eastern Football League W L. T Ridley 3 O Plainfield 7 3 1 Camden .7 3 1 Philadelphia .... 7 4 1 Hamomnton .... 7 4 1 Anson ia 1 11 O Bayshore 1 11 0 Pts. 18 15 15 15 15 2 2 Scorers Led By Burgoyne Greg Burgoyne was the top individual scorer last night as the South Plainfield PAL Basketball League season opened on the PAL court. Burgoyne scored 19 points to lead the Bullets to a 51-32 victory over the Hawks. Al DeRosa and Rich Reed each scored 17 points. DeRosa helped the Pistons to a 51-25 win over the Celtics and Reed was the big man in the Roy als 37-29 win over the Lakers. The Knicks downed the Warriors, 29-25, in the other opening game. The league for boys aged 14-18 will be active each Tuesday night. Two Cardinals Out of Lineup St. Louis Cf) The St. Louis Cardinals will be missing Joe Childress from the backfield and Sonny Randle at split end m a 4. in Sundays game against Philadelphia, but the rest of the club appears in good shape. Childress suffered a dislo cated shoulder in last Sun day's 28-19 victory over Cleveland, which brought the Cardinals one-half game be hind the Browns. Randle injured a shoulder midway through the season and is out for the year. Sports Events TOMORROW Hl9h School Basketball 3:30 p.m. St. Bernard's at Montclair College High North Plainfield Senior Basketball League npms Gym Pat's vs. Courier, 7 p.m. JCC vs. Chimney Rock, 7 p.m. N H PG66 vs. Westfield, 8 P.m. Somerset vs. Lewis, 8 p.m. Dunellen Senior Basketball Leagua ' DHS Gym Kohler' vs. Malanga's, 7 p.m. Hibernians vs. Community, 8 P.m. Art Color vs. Reinfeld, 9 p.m. Several weeks ago, Zanowic rolled his previous high series of 648 in the same league. Since he bowls in only one league, it took three turns at the lanes to break the old record. Lou Santoro upped the high single score in the Bound Brook Mixed League to 263 his last time out. ABC will be sending the Iarkowski team bowler a century award for his 123 pins above average performance at Somerset Bowlerama, Raritan. Ruth Alpaugh of Dunellen put 109 pins on top of her 125 average for a 234 game in the Women's Pastime League at Palmier's Bowlo-drome in Plainfield. She followed with games of 144 and 135 for a 513 set for Onken. ALL SIZES AVAILABLE College Basketball YESTERDAY'S RESULTS EAST St. John's 77, Holy Crosa 74 Wisconsin 80, Pitt 63 LaSalle 90. Miami (Fla.) 86 MIT 58, Brandeis 56 St. Joseph's 98, St. Peter's 82 Lafayette 89, American University 54 ' Colgate 96, St. Lawrence 77 Susquehanna 73, Fairleigh-Dlcklnson 60 Albright 69, Franklin & Marshall 64 North Carolina State 63, Maryland 62 Rutgers 80, Georgetown Teachers 74 Catholic 83, Old Dominion 76 Ithaca 77, Lock Haven (Pa.) 57 -Hartwick 91, Utlca 45 Kings Coll. (Pa.) 92, Oneonta St. 76 Baltimore 68, Gallaudet 67 Westminster (Pa.) 75, Grova City 74 Indiana (Pa.) 115, Ca I. State (Pa.) 102 Wesleyan 59, Hartford 46 Montclair State 80, Trenton Stat 70 Bloomfield 91, Peterson State 78 N. Y. Tech 79, Newark State 68 Niagara 69, Villa Madonna 60 Slippery Rock 80, Edinboro Pa. St. 74 SOUTH Wake Forest 73, South Carolina 54 : William & Mary 54, George Wash. 44 Davidson 113, Furman 82 W. Va. 67, Richmond 65 Vanderbilt 94, Western Kentucky 79 Tampa 91, Florida Southern 71 Bridgewater 87, Washington 8 Lea 81 Virginia St. 92, Howard 84 East Tennessee St. 89, Ark. State 61 Howard (Ala.) 118, Covenant 48 Morehead 113, Franklin (Ind.) 86 W. Virginia St. 88, Morris Harvey 85 MIDWEST Notre Dam 100, Michigan St. 91 Illinois 100, Bowling Green 62 Minnesota 78, Marquette 59 Eastern lit. U 85, III. St. U 35 Ma lone 85, Fort Wayne 83 (OT) Toledo 69, Wittenberg 64 Cedarvllle 74, Georgetown Ky. 66 Ohio Wesleyan 63, Denison 54 Akron 89, Heidelberg 59 SOUTHWEST Texas A&M 75, Sam Houston 58 Texas Wesleyan 98, Austin Coll. 66 Tulsa 69, Southern Methodist 50 McMurray 103, Sul Ross 87 St. Mary's U 55, Texas A&l 5 FAR WEST Los Angeles Pacific 92, Cal Tech 81 Seattle University 79, Arizona Stats 71 L. A. Loyola 84, U of San Diego 68 San Francisco 93, San Francisco St. 72 Southwestern Okla. 80, East. N. M. 78 West. N. M. 88, Tarleton, Tex. St. 80 FIRST LINE 4-PLY NYLON TUBELESS "WDP3EE50B)E" V-r overcome the height disadvantage with good shooting and quick passing. Stme, con sidered a capable ball handler and an above-average shooter, should be one of the team's top scorers. Senior Paul Besozzi, at 6-2, will play the forward position. A good rebounder and shoot er, Besozzi was the squad's leading scorer last season. Other capable performers expected to aid St. Joseph's cause are sophomores Frank Fitzgerald (6-4), Rich Stanber-ger (6-1), and Bob Goodman (6-1). 'A Lot of Hustle "A lot of hustle" is the way coach Rocco Lettieri describes an inexperienced Union Cath olic quintet that opens its sea son against Immaculata Tuesday. Led by co-captains Fred Richey and . Peter Tierney, Lettieri expects the all-junior team that compiled a 10-5 rec ord on the junior varsity level last year to improve as the season goes along. Included as likely starters are James Venezia (5-10), Glenn Maxey (6-0), and James Forsythe (5-9). By no means a pessimist Immaculata coach Pierce Frauenheim hopes that his spirited" varsity team can come through with its share of victories this season. Led by juniors Greg Kemper (5-7), Frank Karlinski (6-2), Len Pietrewicz (6-0), Ed Manning (5-10), and Richard Ziarnow- ski (5-10), the Spartans will attempt to overcome a lack of height and experience with speed when they take on Hunterdon Central in their opener Friday. AUTO INSURANCE Assigned Risk and Assigned Risk Rejects Written SR-22 Filed IMMEDIATELY Collision Insurance for Any Car 9 Months to Pay WEINER-REINFELD . 118 NO. WASHINGTON AVENUE DUNELLEN, N. J. 968-0800 63 PEARL STREET METUCHEN, N.J. 549-2141 a CLARK Michael A. Tango HILLSIDE Henry Michaelson, Inf . Agency A lot of enthusiasm, but not much else, is the way Paro chial high school basketball teams in the Plainfield area shape up the 1964-65 season. Holy Trinity of Westfield and St. Joseph's of Metuchen will have experienced teams and hope to improve last year's records, while Immac-ulata of Somerville and Union Catholic of Scotch Plains will be competing on the varsity level for the first time. Despite the return of five lettermen from a team that had an 8-11 record last year, Coach Jim Dougher feels that lack of height and shooting ability may hamper Holy Trinity. Starters Ready Expected to start for the Blue Braves when they open their season Friday against St. James of Newark, are sen ior guard Don Tremblay, forwards Jim Martin and Ron Kranchalk and center Gene McGlynn all of .whom saw action with the varsity last year. Junior Jerry wmtn, a certain starter for the other guard position until he tore a ligament in his back, will be out of action for at least two weeks. Vying for Smith's spot are seniors Bob Norton and Tom Byrne, with Byrne having the edge because of better de fense. Tremblay (5-9) described as a "very good backcourt man" is only a fair shooter but is the "brains" of the team when it comes to playmaking. The biggest man on a rel Westfield Boys To Be Honored Westfield The Westfield High School Booster Association's annual fall sports dinner is scheduled for tomorrow at 7 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Football, cross - country and soccer teams will be honored. Awards will be given to the outstanding lineman and back on the football team and to the outstanding performers on the cross-country and soccer teams. An award will also be given to the senior with the best academic standing with three years experience on the football team. Ann Dubois of Plainfield topped her average by 93 pins with a 233 single for Goerke. Marge Cerioli of Fanwood had a 126 triplicate for Jersey. Naborhood and Arbor are tied for the league lead with 36 wins. MEN'S 625 CLUB , Tri-Boro League (Somerset Rfee) Murph Greenberg, Comune's, 699; Jim Zanowic, Zanowlc's, 681. MEN'S 250 CLUB Tri-Boro League Greenberg, 254. Bound Brook Mixed League (Somerset Bowlerama) Lou Santoro, larkowski's, 263. WOMEN'S 225 CLUB Palmier's Women's Pastime League Ruth Alpaugh, Onken, 234; Ann DuBois, Goerke, 233. LEAGUE STANDINGS Palmier's Women's Pastime League 1 (tie). Naborhood and Arbor, 36V2; 3. Quiet Ones, 36; 4. Hi Lo's, 35; 5. Goerke, 33; 6. Middlesex, 32; 7. Split Niks, 28; 8. Onken, 27; 9. Polish, 26; 10. Jokers, 22; 11. Hits and Misses, 21'a; 12. Tri-Boro, 20; 13 (tie). Suburban and Jersey, 19; 15. Town, 14; 16. Scatterettes, lOVi. Season Highs Ruth Alpaugh, 234 game; Shirley Parish, 478; Ofcen, 948; HI Lo'a, 2761. MOW TDC3 PUBLISHED IM THE PUBLIC INTEREST CLIP THIS AD FOR FUTURE REFERENCE' "DO NOT DE CONFU5 OR MISLED"!!!! Check this list before you Bay 1964-65 Mfr'i SNOW TIRE Line Charts First .4 PLY Lin Detp Tread U.S. Royal Winteride Firestone Town & Country B. F. 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