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THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1666 Bill Summers Dies, Former A.L. Umpire UPTON, Mass. (UPI) - Ktureo Amincan League umpire William fBill) Summer. 70, who actually umpired his 1 1 rst Baseball game because he was » professional boxer, died Monday at his home. A native of Harrison, N.J., Summers umpired for 26 years in the American League and was known as the "Dean of American League Umpires." He called eight World Series and seven All-star games before rehiring in 1959, On learning of Summers' death, American League President Joe Cronln said, "I'm very sorry to hear that. I extend my sympathy to Mrs. Summers and their, wonderful family. Bill was really an outstanding umpire. He contributed much to baseball." An admittedly mediocre lightweight professional boxer as a WANTED DUCKPIN BOWLERS TEAMS — MEN — WOMEN INDIVIDUALS JOIN A REGULAR OR MIXED LEAGUE Sewon'a R«a*rvationt Taken Coll DEVON LANES 174-MOl After (1:30 P.M. teenager, Summers got his first cnance to umpire a game In woonsocxet, K.i. when regular umpire failed to show up. He was picked for the job because spectators knew he was a boxer and believed he could "take charge." He got paid J3 for the i but "I realized umpiring was a lot better way to make a living man gening Dauerea arouna the boxing ring, so I decided stick with it," Summers often recalled. He umpired in the Blackstone Valley League and then for 10 years in the Eastern - League ana ior years l n International League before beginning his American League umpiring in isjj. Middle Street Notes Physical Director Don Cathe' of the Middle Street Bovs' Clui announced the formation of two leagues that will begin play at ine ena oi tne monui. A pre-season.High School bas ketball league will start on Sept. 26.. All. area high school players are urged to contact Cathey at uie club. Also a flag football leaeue for boys 14 and under and 15-17 will be offered. All area grammar scnqois are invuea to participate, Loans UP TO *2S00 OR MORE (C*M»ar« Our Rates) The Astociatw offer low-cott caih loans in amount* up to $2500 or more. Married couples and single men and women may borrow for any worthwhile reason— Home Improvements— Consolidate Debts— Furniture and Appliances-Vacations. i , MMifawT4 TPtt nrnmr tettmuiMt « iost.it — saw" ' ~immj~ "jfoo ASSOCIATES / flNANCI, INC. ! MTT1M. Blanda, Frazier Top Scorers In American Loop NEW YORK (UPI) -Quar terback George Blanda and receiver Charlie Frazier are mainly responsible for • the Houston Oilers' undefeated record, American Football League statistics revealed Monday. Blanda is the AFL's leading passer with 30 completions in 59 attempts for 412 yards and five touchdowns, and Frazier is third In receiving with eight catches for 120 yards and three touchdowns. Frazier's three scoring catcnes make him the leading point producer in the league with 18 while Blanda, who also serves as place kicker for the Oilers, is second in scoring with 16". Blanda has booted two field goals in seven attempts and converted 10 times in 10 tries. Wray Carlton of Buffalo is the top rusher with 27 carries for 129 yards. Jim Allison is second with eight attempts for iui yarns ana Bert <-oan ot Kansas City has for 101 yards in 1.1 tries. John Hadl of the San Diego Chargers trails Blanda in passing with 24 completions in 48 attempts for 315 yards and three touchdowns while Cotton Davidson of Oakland has 25 completions in 53 tries for 277 yards. Art Powell of Oakland leads in receiving with 13 grabs for 178 yards while Lance Alworth of San Diego is second with 10 catches for 143. Statistics PHILADELPHIA (UPI) —A fine catch performance good for 76 yards by H. D. Murphy ie jr-nnaaeipnia mwaogs past weekend sent t he former Oregon end into first place m pass receptions in the Continental Football League. joe wniiams ol loronto, with 67 carries for 496 yards, led the rusners ior tne tour ween season -and Tom Kennedy of Brooklyn was atop the pass throwers with the help of only iwo interceptions in iua tempts. Murphy's nine receptions were a league single game high for the young season with a [ 24. Me was two catcnes of Bob Reed of Brooklyn, Dave Washington and Claude Watts, both of Philadelphia, Bill Barber of Richmond, thlogton and Bill Tobin of Orlando led the league scorers with 42 points, each with seven touchdowns. Washington's all were on pass receptions while Tobin had three by rushing. bod Brooneaa oi pnuaaeipnia is thrown the most passes (172), completed the most (100) held the highest completion percentage (56.1), gained the most yards (1,152) and threw the most touchdowns (13). Don Jones of Orlando scored touchdowns in 32 comple tions out of 61 passes. Toronto was tne grouna ;aining leader with 1,800 yards ollowed by Orlando with 1,632. Richmond had the defensive figures, allowing only 1,126 yards while Orlando gave up 1,163. LEXINGTON, Ky. (UPI) Three winners of the Belmont Stakes are now ■ stallions a t Leslie Combs Spendthrift Farm —Nashua, Gallant Man and Jaipur. ! , Open Monday thru Friday, 9 to 9| Saturday!, » to 6:30 Bridgeport: 900 Madison Avenue at Federal Stratford: Barnum Avenue at Main Trumbull: 92S White Plains Road at Center now dressy and casual men's fine felt hats half price 4.97 to 8.47 rtg. 9.95 to 16.95 Your chance ;io save on men's hals from our regular slock. You'll, find all Ihe siylas your wardrobe needs. Not all sizes in all style's. STETSON HATS NOT INCLUDED IN THE SALE At Kennedy Stadium Satutday— Youth Groups Can See UB Grid Contest Free football game against Trenton State College Saturday night at 7:45 o'clock at the city of Bridgeport's John F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium. Dr. Herbert E. Gllnei, athletic director, has announced that all supervised youth groups will be admitted to the game free of charge. "There are many agencies and organizations In this area which are doing a terrific job with our young people. We are happy to take this opportunity to honor them," Dr. Glines said. Leaders from the Boys' clubs of Bridgeport, the Bo Narragansett Results ■r UnlleO Press Inlernotlenol it IM elms S y. mdiu e fur Iff 1:331-2 Time 1:134-5 Pica Plxle (Ounlovy) 5.20 3.20 3.M Briars Aura Lea (Rubbcco) 4.20 3.4; ma tne Pomperaug Coui have already Indicated representatives to the game. Any other youth group wishing i contact Dr. Glines or the university's sporti information office during the day. AH groups must be chaperoned. Other events planned by the university for -future home games Include Parents Night (Oct. 1, Cortland State game); Kiwanli Night (Oct. 22, llofstra game) and Homecoming (Nov. I, Southern Connecticut game). Cedar Point Helmsmen Excelled This Summer By JON STEIN All that remains of the area yachting season are "frost bite" races, "fall circuit" races for Lightnings, Thistles and Stars, various outings for cruising class boats, and the Windjammer Last Chance Regatta on Oct. 1-2. For the most part the sailing season is over for all but the real enthusiasts of the sport. Here then is a look at some of the highlights of. the past summer: . 1.— For a start, how about the commissioning of the Cedar Point Yacht club's new one million-dollar installation at the end of Bluff Point on Saugatuck Shores in Westport. CPYC helmsmen were very much In evidence at many of the big sailing events, and there was definitely a lot of activity at the new home base with two fall circuit" regattas yet to come. All in all, it was. a very busy and fruitful year for the Cedar Point club. 2.— Mary Kirkpatrick became the outstanding junior at Larchmont Race Week when the Cedar Point club lass turned in the best performance among some 150 Blue Jay Class entrants. Mary was awarded the Governor's Cup ior ner etiorts. 3.— Another notable perform ance by a junior helmsman was Ralph Sperry, Jr.'s repeat win in the Long Island Sound Junior I championship. The Black Rock Yacht club prodigy failed to qualify for the Scars Cup finals by winning in the semi-finals, as he did the last summer, but he came very close to accomplishing that feat also. 4.— Dr. Thomas Kantor of Cedar Point ended the three-year reign of Cedar Point's Joe Olson in the Atlantic Class National championships when he edged Paul Forman and Don Olson, also of Cedar Point, for the title. CPYC sailors took five of the top six places in the Atlantic Nationals in the top collective effort by one club fleet this summer. 5.— Walt Stubner of the Milford Yacht club won the Thistle Class National title, and in doing so unseated fellow club member Pete Bordes, who won the event last year. 6.— Wally Lineburgh's win In the Lightning Class Governor's Cup event was another highlight, since the Cedar Point skipper had to top the Housatonic Boat club's great Dave Peterson to gain his victory. Peterson, however, came back to capture the Lightning Class District championship Noroton, and this time Lineburgh ended up second. City Soccer Club Wins Over Fall River, 3-2 The Bridgeport City Soccer Club scored an impressive 3-2 win over the Fall River sports Club in Fall River stadium. The Bridgeport team fell behind, 2-0, as Tony Lopez delighted the laroe Fall River crowd with two first half goals. Willie Kossi, aided by the line play ot Captain Ian Gillespie and Chico Chacurian, scored a goal late In the first half to make the score Fall River 2, Bridgeport 1. In the second half the' City team mounted a sustained attack and Kossi scored again to knot the score at 2-2. With less than a minute remaining in the contest George Sweetman hammered in a goal from thirty yards out to give the Bridgeport team its coveted victory. The Fall River fans gave the Bridgeport team a standing ovation at the end of the close contest. The Bridgeport team was led' by Gillespie, Chacurian, Kossi, Joo Ochvar and Jimmy While. The City Soccer Club will open regular league play on Sunday against the White Plains Soccer Club on the Swedish Athletic Club Field. Twilight Tournament King Cole advanced to the final round of the Wednesday Twilight tourney sponsored by the Department of Parks and Recreation with a 12-4 victor over E and M Sikorsky, Raybestos Clash For Golf Title Sikorsky and Raybestos will clash for the "A" DIVISION title In the YMCA Industrial Golf League tonight on the D. Falrchlld Wheeler course. In other title matches, Sikorsky takes on Bullard In ■ "B" DIVISION encounter and . Harvey Hubbell and International Harvester clash for the "C" DIVISION crown. In an "A" MATCH played recently Sikorsky whipped General Electric, %Vt»A> Lachloma-Wielk (S) defeated Nelson-Eanotti (GE), f 2-1; Petrovick-Palmer (S) tied Wilde-Mehai (GE), VA-Wi and Timpany-Jacaruso (S) won by default, 3-4). The Industrial Golf League will close Its season on Oct. 8 with n one day event. Kenneth Geiser Wins Black Rock 'Atlantic' Race Kenneth Geiser of Cedar Point Yacht Club was the winner of the weekend's Atlantic class race at Black Rock Yacht Club. The results of the race were delay ed because of action being taken on a protest. The contest was part of Black Rock's annual club regatta which counts lor, tne tastern connect! cut Area Championship of the Yacht Racing Association of Long Island Sound. The regat ta took place In July; but the Atlantic Class race could not on then because of a conflict with Larchmont Race Week Geiser sailed Indigo to vic tory over the twice - around, tn angular course in winds that blew up to 20-25 knots from a i northwesterly direction after be ing only 5 knots at the start. The top five finishers out of 11 contestants were Cedar Point skippers, while Pequot - Yacht Club nailed down the sixth, sev enth and eighth positions. The bottom three in the meeting were aiso i-eoar roint neimsmen The second - finisher, Joe Ol son, lodged a protest against Paul Forman. who finished third, on the grounds that Forman did not give Olson enough room at one oi me marns on tne course. Olson contended that he had an overlap. Finally the Black Rock race committee upheld the protest, quamying forman and pushing everyone Denind him up notch. Cedar Point skippers Forman and Joe Olson ended up second and third respectively in this years Atlantic Nationals at Sea- Clllt Yacht ,Club beh nd Thomas Kantor, also of Cedar Point. At Black Rock Kantor's tinish was fourth. Atlantic ami Hesulls 1. hen Geiser, Ccdnr Point: 2. Joe Point :6. Harry o i ;: J0- Fred BrandMrom, cedar Fairfield Slow Pitch Renz Hauling advanced to the finals of the Fairfield Sunday Morning slow pitch league playoffs by virtue of a 5-4 win over Carol's Chargers to remain the only .unbeaten team left in the winners brackets. The Haulers scored live runs in the first ning with Bill Girard. Ed Bo; Bill Carlson and Dick Petrucelli getting key hits and then hung on as the Chargers battled back behind Stu Lev's three doubles and a inrcc run homer by Len Taback man to gain the win. Surfside remained alive In the losers bracket by eliminating the Port #5 Naval Vets 10-3 as Pete Gallagher hit two home-runs and Babe Risley added another to setup the win. Jack Flanagan and George Martin also hit well for the winners while Don Sebes and Jim Losko led the Vets. Surfside will now face Carol's Chargers in the finals' of the losers bracket next Sunday for the right to meet Kenz Hauling in the tourney fi nals. Results, Entries and Selections 37 Tim* 2:<1. 2-1 Knightly Manner (Yczo) Ml Gangp roil ( i urcoinrj uoiong Win (Romoj) 4.80 Also: Washington Square, Glnnys Delight, Boleros Maxim, One Time Blue, Baby Dorka, Crown Rose, Tommy Holban. Frans Favorite. 2nd SUM clmi 3 y i fur Off 2:02 Time 1:11 Former Boy (Hole) 7.40 5.00 3.00 Dul 01 rrlnl (Rbblcco) 7.20 4.20 Ready Mix (Wa|do) 3.M Also: Jlmmls Glgi, Harvest Ruler, tir,t:e, High Merry, Rouell eDi Veou, fl cimj 31.4 yo mdm • fur 1 1-2 Time 1:13 Dobbin (Vlovonnl) . 18.00 fl.OQ 6.60 Wind Blush (Srumfleld) 3.40 2.60 Soble Shadow (BrcKJebJO 14,20 aiso: eocKrunon, urgcies nosi, uaunr ong, Tooey Jr., Hard, Evlcs Pride, The Chained Lady, Amy With Love, Noppys i8 Time 1:131-5 e (Adorns) 32.M 10.10 5.10 !Kc;:c) 12.40 6.60 (French) j.to Also: Small Account, 5ea[our, Pled Dallas. Arctic Aid, Mien Star, Complex- Perifan Path (Odriscoll) Nokomls, Florida Lule, Dorlene mes Jay, Quicker Than, Record Riot, Champ An Go. Off 3:00 Time 2 v# r • Off 2:25 Time 1:132-5 Devotedly (Brumfieid) - 28.< Tonl ivasquez) sy (Glassner) 12.4 Not (Slsum) lblc. Campus Rockel, Lord / Tommy, Soft Li s, King-Whig, Traffic Off 3:28 Time i ll ^5 GuHos Mortel (Wo!*J) ■Mllie (Mosconeiro) n Harvest (MercrJ : Noble Destroyer, Off 3:57 Time 1:09 3-5 £.00 3.80 2.60 Also: Symi, Private V/orld, Romeadvea re, Plnuhts Way, Curtis Rood, h Stto* arw 3Aup 4 fur ff 4:24 Time 1:104.5 Miss Joyrlde (Gorm Tune-Swtpt (Waldo) Doll, Shiny Whis'ic. Ith S27M alw Mup 144 yt> 4 fur Off 4:54 Time 1:11 5-1 Arthur F (Merlono) 7.20 3.60 !. Bo-Wood (Delgodo) 4.40 3, No Moniker (Jenkins) -2, Also: Dottle Stor, Lost Au It, Ye Ye Prince, Frivolous Lad. tih sim clmg Uvp \ i-h ml n'f V.9 Ti~- 1:47 ftti SUM clmi Mup 1 M4 ml Off 5:24 Time 1:45 4-5 ■ Mid Tea Time (Dnlvy) 8.20 4.40 : War Alert (Merlano) 12.00 l Dukw Romance (Bruno) Also: Coconul Rood, Clmor, Pinch Soil, Summer Bee, Bolllt ot Rum, TWIN DOUBLE <M 4-7) Poid IM 44 CONSOLATION DOUBLE (2-4 2 c«py) Paid S17.W (111 winning I Tffth t3,J* clmg » A up 1 M* ml O'f 5:51 Tir-e 1:46 ;.5 Crn'iy 1' (Merlano) 7.70 4.00 7.. Clerei (Hole) 6.20 2; Ad nlrol .Vrlikit (Conelal 1. Also: Dlplomi, Chick Lang, Wateou I Atlantic City Entries M l t up I lor (ID t oerma lo And Behold Dull Biographer ror J Wllloaole terchlef Blare A Troll to Noll Rochomor 1U i.Woedj-Coyle entry 115 Chorllsl 11? Mr. D. B. 112 rriih Tan 112 Crown Keyi 112 Lloeve Blanco 113 singing Along 113 Lody Peveraon Behoving La «tl clma t-IMH 1 V mdnl i It 116 War Bull Meet Chips 116 120 i! wiowr noroor mono I m Mi;:iory our colwood l 120 All Birthday Besieger ill 170 Assembly crolly Look 120 120 snick Silly Jay 116 120 Llors Dice Pom Ifll clmi W I I I, I I m ( fur (11) 112 Buddlelo Joanette 112 li? in Tht Sun la Flleuse 112 112 Phyllis D Strike Bock 112 114 Purse Power Aunty Anne 112 1 12 Miss uown unaer riayampa i la 112 Sogothln Itti clmg ;-NN 1 y 7 fur (» 113 Come To Ploy Who cobled 110 116 Choi Cho-No PclrtJ 115 113 Child Prodloy Arabian Legend 111 113 Hello Pork Bolfo 111 H3Frlary Court Ith tm alw 1 y 7 fur (7) . r y-Sy-A 106 116 England Possee Bon Voyogtur 1)3 122 Needle Him Seelcn L'shl r.J 113 Roving Satellite ith jsea alw J «\ we l 4 m oat 1 ml tart 112 Docemlna Ping 115 115 Victoria Reglna II Novys Peg 101 101 Lalalloh Lucy Bean III lis Might) Happy Ttdlosa lis 115 Chovalon rrh dim um 1 * up abt 1 Ml ml tun 116 Alewel Gallon! Lod II 114 Hi Adn Irol zip Buster Geddon 111 114 Nlio PO' F-cr Ml.f 116 16 i' 1 , Whlsller Allbhol Lone 111 117 Repeat II Aqueduct Selections 7. iVvnmha w deal, ca oerro, u 8. Voters Guide, Regol Prince, Your ^Express Stop, Sir Rodolph, Roy D \tlantic City Selections 4. Als Birthday, Besieger, Snick. 5. Phyllis O, Strike Back, Sagathln. Rnvov Linen stonybrook Rest. aorham Silver Polish Uilii HcntlnC !".. Cahrinl KC. 1 St. Cabrlnl K C. 3 Pod's Re-sl 2 SI. Cnbrinl K.C. 7 Yuremlch Bros. Fuel 7 2 nixrm's : rrvire flu. OhTn* Rubber 1 Robert's Mnalc Ktlchen .Vhorfi.lr For Tftrfiij Yuremlch Bros. Fuel vs. H»»t Conn. Elite Supply vi. Savoy Linen Pt. Cahrinl K.C 3 vs. Ohio Ruolwr Dixon's Service St. vs. Gorhnra I Pop's Rest, I vs. Pop-* Rest. 2 Auto BOfly vs. ClGirerhuril Florists vi. 64. caonni k.u. * Robert's Magic Atlantic Results Aqueduct Results Rio o: Espartago (1, Shai , Selfwinder, Royal im E, Alcorp, Tulyarlc, 2nd $3700 clmg 2 yo I < I Off 2:01 1-2 Time 1:14 2-5 Pets Kale (Baeia) 10.80 S.M 3.80 Wisp Owlll (Ycaia; t:.:r .i~-..\r., Dov/ Shome, Oil Target, Tea 5.60, 3.20 Also: One More Peep, Dilemma, Magic lartiei, (.nnsanca, wasiea Carolina Game, Amelia, CIvlla. iCfl mans 2 yo II fur (McCurdy) 27.20 12.40 7.30 ning (Hernondei) 16.40 9.2C 511 V 5551-cn l-Glovantf) . 7.TC aiso: Sleeping Lnna, uancing wmress, onwoad, Ruxton Rose, Mouvetle, Fall Hower, womonj Rlghls, Steamed Rice 3yo 7 fur 6.80 3.20 Ippahula (Boltoior) 2.4( Also: Court Bottle. O.D.S. In, Pubuggy QUINELLA (6-7) Pol d|31.W -;J7 TiTie 1:123-5 Crock Bock (Johnson) 1.60 5.60 3.SO Orange (Brooks ) 9.1 MIsler Snow Man (Lvto) aiso: perixing, rooe cnoice, auigs inoem, Rcnegcr. Ii $33» clmg 39up F&M 6 fur. ff 4:13 Time 1:12 1-5 lives (Vlasquez) 4.60 4.S 3 (Despirlto) 10.' Cyco Sol (Grimm) -Herrell-Socks entry. Conchy Joe (Mlcell) 19.60 7.-Admlral Tjjdor (Bltir) 7.i erlol (Reagan) Sky Duke, Tornum, Coblldo, ttn SJ7W clmg Mup abt 1 M t v (Lovato) 23.40 8.40 5.00 (Kallal) 5.60 3.40 ill Reward (Satfaiar) 3.00 Also: Battle Ration, Palm Way, Puerlo Rtw:i /r.y, .Silly I!, nis'jel'c. QUINELLA (7 8) Paid Ui.M Moontrlp, Kentucky Kin, Chotua Handsome Boy (Blmntt) 5.« 3.60 2.60 (Bcero) *.w j.to Understanding (Crdne) 3.40 Full of Fun, Woodford, China-, Capotlllo, tndlr-i n 00 clma 3AUB FAM 7 fur Off .vJl Timr 1 : 25 2-5 oon tLaraonei u.w e.w Lous Hlldy (Chmbltn) Also: Mliy Dffaie, iony . f Mind, Long Nell.- H»r Ore Miss Cognac. ? .1 Thoroughwoy, sons Of Liberty Coach Stop, J yo 4.20 2.80 Highly Pleased, Old Country* Aqueduct for 4th Dude, Escapade Boy, Rooms, Greek 5th $5500 clmg J* up 6 fur O't i.zi Time 1:113-5 Yucotan (Blum) 11.20 S.00 3.2( Upset Viclory (Boeio) 3.00 2.4t Chomonix (Ycoia) 3.81 Also: Slmplelon, Lord Blrchtleld, Bulco Water Twister. 6th $5500 olw lyili fur Cii i.37 Time 1:121-5 Treacherous (Srrtlno) 4.20 3.00 2.21 Senesa Compacto (Trcte) 4.60 3.41 Wageko (ChamberlTn) 6.1' Also: Lody Fun, Shore, Lady Ebony, Strona Measures, Anacourf, Avant IGlrl. 7th 125,000 added Brighton itach Hdcp "first" in thoroughbread horse-racing will be tested at Miami's tropica! 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