The Keyport Weekly from Keyport, New Jersey on April 14, 1966 · 9
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The Keyport Weekly from Keyport, New Jersey · 9

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Thursday, April 14, 1966 THE KEYPORT WEEKLY, N. J. First Section Page Nmo) Rumson Shatters Keys Hope In "B 99 Fresh from ther surprise vic-;ory over Manasquan, Keyport k on the north "B" leaders of ;ie Shore Conference, Rumson, at ;HS field Tuesday with modest opes of upsetting the league lead-rs. afld thereby becoming a factor i the Conference race. But it was ot to be. The purple Bulldogs amped into lead at the start, kept oiling: it up as they went along, nd their pitcher, Mickey Delaney, luffled the' Keyport batters completely, to the last inning when it id not make a difference any noret The Keys thereby dropped back ntW second division with a 1-2-1 Jorth "B" record to date. Bill Beaty, .the Rumson short-topi was the bigger woe to Key-ort, his homer in the first with a iai aboard setting up an early 'urple lead. In the third he hit a riple after Mike Galbavy had valkd, then came in on an error, o that Beaty had made it 4-0 vir-ually on his own. . Keyport was jcky they were not scored on fur-her as Rumson filled the bases vith two out in the third and had .wo men on in both the fourth and ifth without scoring more. Rumson R. ds It Up But in the sixth, the floodgates lurst against Keyport as Semenza valked Beaty and Vetterl. Jeff filler hit safely to send in a run. te Burke then threw wildly to 'irst on a grounder, Ed Daly dropped throw on a force play at the olate and Semenza hit a batter vith a pitch. Al Brighton rammed nit a single to run the Rumson total for the inning to five. Delaney was now working on a 9 - 8 lead and it was just as well 'or him for he walked two of the 'irst' three Keyport batters to face Mm in the bottom of the sixth. Marion LoSapio banged a bouncer it Rumson second sa:ker Brighton 'hat got away from the infielder, two Keyport runs crossing. Semen-.a was then walked and when Daly lofted a fly over first that 'ell safely, the Red Raiders had two more runs and a man on second with two out. But Delaney quick - threw to Beaty and Daly was nailed off sec-cond to end the game. Semenza struck out eight run batters and walked ix. Delaney fanned whiffed 11 KHS batsmen and walked three. Keyport's next baseball action will be an away game against Ocean Township today, then on Tuesday they play Raritan at the Rockets field. fttyaait (4) Inm () aa r k b r a Burke m 2 11 Brighton 2b S 1 t Lo Sapio lb 3 1 Galbavy 3b 3 1 nai uenni n n maty 3 3 3 Semenza p 2 19 Vetterl cf 3 10 Daly c 3(1 Miller lb 412 Laroski 3b 2 Babcock II 4 1 Oftervich lb 2 0 0 Ryaa e 3 0 0 Bechtoldt 2b 1 1 0 Farley e 0 10 D. Brown rf 1 Delaney p 3 10 K'v'n'ugh rf 2 0 0 Hamil rf 0 0 0 IS 4 2 30 7 Score by innings: Rumson 3 0 2 0 2 S Kepurt 0 ( 0 0 0 44 Start Restocking Trout Next Week Restocking of trout in New Jersey waters will connence next week, according to the Division of Fish and Game in the Department of Conservation and Economic Development. More than 220,000 adult trout were released prior to Saturday's opening day in waters open to public fishing throughout the State. The break in the stocking schedule during the first week of fishing will permit personnel of the Charles O. Hay-ford State Fish 1 atchery to pick up additional trout from national fish hatcheries and to re - sort the fish on hand for in - season stocking. All waters on the stocking list will be re-stocked at least twice before Memorial Day. Total liberations are expected to exceed half a million adult trout. Major and medium sized streams and lakes will be closed to fishing on the day of stocking. This policy is aimed at providing an equal opportunity for all anglers lo fish freshly - stocked waters at 5 a.m. on the following day. FOR BETTER LAWNS New TURFBUILDER PLUS 2 works wonders on weedy lawns. Takes care of even the toughies like chick-weed, plantain and black medic. Makes 'em shrivel up and gradually disappear roots end ell. Fertilizes too P L U S 2 makes lawns grow thicker end greener too thanks to its full feeding power. Helps grass fill in - where weeds were. Result? Your weedy lawn becomes a ten of vibrantly green grass. 2,500 sq. ft. 5,000 sq. ft. 395 695 plus 2 withorizeo! (ScOttS) fob Conover Lumber Co. 100 FIRST ST. 264-0500 KEYPORT ei 1 in 1 ism am FOR YOUR FAVORITE SIGN UP NOW! summer leagues i 1Uncfih OPEN BOWLING Every Frl., Sat. and Sun. Day and Night COME rl-X TU 1 r IN AND HAVE I r t FUN! li . ,r. . . i J -Li- - . . . ' ....... .. W w 1 NOW PLAYING EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT In Our Cocktail Lounge DINE and DANCE To Trtt Tunes of JOB T AND HIS AMBASSADORS STRATHMORE LANES , H f Highway 34, Matawan -E66-3880 ' LL Last Call The last call for Little League registrations in Keyport will be held Sunday, Apr. 17 at the ATCO field, Beers St. at 12 o'clock noon for boys eight to 12 years of age. Town Team Boxing Plan Joe (Rocky) Tomasello, former professional middleweight boxer, has issued a challenge for a Mat-awan-Keansburg . team match at the boxing show to be presented at the Matawan-Keyport Roller Drome Apr. 30. Tomasello has in his charge 60 young boxing hopefuls from the Matawan-Keyport area and feels some of them have come along sufficiently to take on head-liners in the camp of Frank Ryan, Cliffwood Boys Club, and Ken Stei-mel, Keansburg. Tomasello is asking for a match for his Chubby Royster, a 175 lb. newcomer in boicing from Mata-wan, with Jimmy Cross, a light heavyweight in charge of Boyle. More particularly, for a Matawan-Keansburg match, Tomasello feels he has brought Butch Goodman, Matawan, in the 137 lb. class, to the point where he can go against Johnny Bulmer, a Golden Gloves boxer from Keansburg, in Boyle's camp. Tomasello also feels he hat in Ronnie Lee, a 112 lb. boxer who could take the measure of Geo Gutheridge, a Boyle protege. Tomasello also eyes bouts for hia boxers with Pete Novembre, a 147 lb. boxer in the Steimel camp, who performed very impressively on the boxing card at Mat-Key Center Mar. 21; Gary Beagon, a 143 lb. fighter from Keansburg, and Frank Freyer, a third Steimel boxer who it regarded as a comer at 155 lbs. Old Bridge Boya la addition to those from Matawan and Keyport, a number of Old Bridge boys have come into the Tomasello camp. He is bringing these boys along for spots on the boxing, show card at East Brunswick Apr. 23. Tomasello also will bring as many of his boys as possible into action on a card to be presented at Haledon in North Jersey In May. It is not considered likely that Ryan will respond to the Tomasello challenge as his boxers are mostly committed to a benefit boxing card being run for the Matawan Township First Aid Squad at the Matawan Regional . High School gym May 7. But Steimel is believed to be definitely interested in a Mat-awan-Keansburg teams boxing contest on the card at the Matawan-Key Roller Drome Apr. 30. Globetrotters In Loop's First Sjwt The Globetrotters (7-1) remained In first place in the Sycamore Dr. School Intramural Basketball League, Hazlet, by defeating the Unknowns (2-7) 35-34. The Unknowns completed their season and finished third in the league. Chuck German and Warren Simons paced the Globetrotters with 11 and eight points respectively. Simons in addition to John Brett did good job in controlling the backboards. The Unknowns were paced by their two high scorers. Bill Iadonise's 13 and Hank Jordan's 15 points. In a battle for third place, the Unknowns defeated the Giants (1-7) 21-26 in overtime. This is the third time these two teams have met and this is the third overtime game. The Unknowns have now won two of the three games. Bill Iadonise and Hank Jordan again led their team in scoring. Iadonise had 10 points while Jordan led all scorers with 13 points. Bob Angersbach's 12 points and John McDonald's 10 points led the Giants. The game was close all the way with the Unknowns holding the early lead until the Giants came from behind in the last quarter to tie the game at 22 22. The Unknowns out scored the Giants 6-4 in overtime to gain the victory. Judo Championshits At Asbury Park The I960 National Senior AAU Judo Championships will be held at the Convention Hall, Asbury Park, on Friday Apr. 22 and Saturday, Apr. 23. National champ will be crowned In six weight divisions with the winner of each weight division contesting for the grand championship. The championship Is open to all contestants who art Yudansha or are designated as AAU Association or yudanshakai champions of the first three places, or national high school or national collegiate Judo champions. Entry closing date Is Wednesday, Apr. 13, 1966 with Tournament Director Thomas F. Dalton, 19 Thomas Rd., Somerset. Tht championship Is sponsored and sanctioned by the New Jersey Association of the AAU, Shufu (Capitol) Judo Yudanshakai and the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States. Tricorne Farm Riding Academy Plans Show On laturday. Tricorn Farm, MIddletown, will hold Its third annual school show for the benefit of Monmouth. County Hnnt This year as in past years tha show Is at-ractlng entries from skilled riders of many of the riding schools in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. These riders together wfth Independent rider and student from local schools will compete In 22 class. Tha wide variety .of classes mor effectively demonstrates th skills of horsemanship of each group. Th public Is cordially Invited to se these riders compete for trophies and ribbons. Refreshments will be available on the grounds. 9how time is at 9:30 a.m. Approximately 300 landings on foreign shores have bees nude by Marine ince th Carps.H8ir-tatlishd In 1775. Shore Upsets Matawan; Huskies-Bombers Today Tnct cIim Matawan nooes for the new season in baseball had started lo anar after the victory over Carteret, they abruptly went into a tailspm Tuesday as a snore Regional team winlesa in "B" competition to then, upended the Huskies f-Z. Matawan Coach George Deitx said after the game he was glad it was played at West Long Branch, that not too many Dome fans would be viewing the Maroon and Steel batsmen standing inept with their bats on their shoulders while Bobby Ciccone, Blue Devils pitcher, spun third strikes past them 15 times. The Huskies batting got to Ciccone just once, with two out in the top of the second. After that, the Shore pitcher had a breeie all the way. Gary Walsh, Matawan pitcher, led off in the second with a walk. Ciccone then slid the third strike past Yogi Eovino and Chick Ger-an. Scott Volk hit to center. When the ball rolled away from Don Wilson out there, Walsh came round to score. Doug Hanna then slammed out a two bagger to score Volk. But the surge ended when Ciccone slid a third strike past Frankie Schaufele. Still, It was a 2-0 lead for Matawan. But not for long. In the bottom of the frame. Bill Spitz led off with a hit for the Blue Devil and advanced en an infield out. Don Klein fanned but Tom Haiti walked. Bill McNish then bit a two-bagger to bring in the runs to tic the score. The Blue Devils then took the lead away when McNish came home on Geran's error on Ken Chambers' roller. With the score still only 3-2 against them, the Huskies had a chance to pull it out. But their own pitching gave way in the bottom of the fifth when Ciccone and Tony DeMarco hit singles and Spitz cracked out a double to score them. Walsh was taken out here, Larry Shaw finishing out the game. Errors gave the Blue Devils another run in the bottom of the sixth, a netJess one with the Matawan batters so spellbound before Ciccone. The Huskies then had a cheerless ride home on a cold, overcast day, to await the coming of mighty sayreville to their diamond today. The Maroon and Steel returns to Shore Conference action with games against Southern Freehold Tuesday and Manasquan next Thursday at home. They now stand 3-1 on the season. And 2-1 in "B." Matawan (2) gaor Bional () b i a ik t k Schaufele rf 4 1 D. Wilion cf 3 Silvers 3b 2 0 6 Chamber 3b 4 W. ColUns If 3 0 0 rirmn. a L. Shaw lb.p 3 0 0 DeMarco c L. Shaw lb.p 0 0 Spita It Walah p 1 1 Dunn lb Campbell lb rranki lb Eovino c 0 Klain t4 uaran at a Vol Mi Raima cf 1 1 24 2 Score by Inninga: Rattl 2h 1 ! 1 McNirh lb 4 2 2 4 1 1 4 12 3 t 1 3 1 t 1 1 1 m a Matawan 0 I. t 1 Sbere Ha. Spartan Nine 1-0 Victors Coach Bill McKeon' Madison Township High nine got on the winning side a first time this season Monday, after two opening losses, when they whitewashed Woodbridge 1-0 on the newly - opened field in Browntown. The Spartan coach had to make a timely substitution of pitchers to preserve the victory, depriving George Marc - Aurele of a full game shutout over the powerful Woodbridge forces, by denyng him the final out. Joe LaPosa did the one-batter relief work. The Spartans got along on a safe blow and an infield roller against Woodbridge pitchers Bob Pirnik and Jack Banias. Pirnik became the loser when he gave up the lone run of the gam in the bottom of the second on a single by Jimmy Doran, a wild pitch and then heave out of the second baseman's reach on a pickoff play by Pirnik that let Doran come all five way around to score. Marc Aurele kepi on a steady keel to the very last inning. A snappy Steve Caldrone - to - Joe McCullion - to Joe Masker double play got him out of trouble in the sixth. In the top of the seventh, the Barrens mounted a threat when walks put Ray Hughes and Banias on base with two out. Coach McKeon took no further chance on Marc - Aurele being able to find the plate, or tiring. LaPosa came in. The Barrons' Rocky Volasquez walloped a log fly into deep left center field, but Doran managed to haul H down and the game was over. Jayvee Also Wia Joe Troch hit a two-run homer and Bob O'Hara did the pitching for a 3-1 victory for the Spartan there Is ONLY ONE Welcome Wagon Internatienaf with over 5,000 hostesses, has more than thirty years experience in fostering food will in business and community life. For more information about Welco: PHONE SW-2789 WELCOME NEWCOHUa Use this coupon to let us know you're hero I I I NAME. ADDRESS. CITY- Please have the Welcome Wagon Hostess all on mo I would like to subscribe to the keyport weekly I already subscribe to the keyport weekly II out coupon and mall to Circulation Dept. FRIDAY APRIL 15th NORMAN SELDIN PRESENTS "The Soul Set" r "CURTIS KNIGHT & SQUIRES ir Fr.o R.corde to First "25" In Lin.: Dane Content1 ADMISSION ir Doors Opn 81 00 P.M. . $2.00 it Matawan-Keyport Roller Drome 2 Lower Main St., Matawan NEXT, ,WjK:r BATTLI OF BANDS; 20 GROUPS" i M i tM I m (Mi-1 . !- jayvee against the Barron juniors at the same field, same time. The Spartans next action will be against J. P. Stevens at North Edison at l p.m., Frida . Then, at the regular after - school time Tuesday, they will play Carteret away. Coach McKeon has warned there must be no losing to a team, like Carteret, that Matawan can shut out. Plan Annual Banquet The Arrowhead Ski Club president, Jim Brotherton of Colts Neck, announced today that the Arrowhead Ski Club, Marlboro, will hold its annual banquet on Saturday May 7 at Diamond Jim's Restaurant, Matawan, Route 34, at 7 p.m. The evening will consist of dinner, dancing and entertainmet for members and guests. Club officers will also be elected and installed, Mr. Brotherton said. Club member are urged to contact either Mrs. John Koztowski, 291-9319 or Mr. Brotherton, 462-1933 for reservations. Named To Receire Humanitarian Award Mark Anton, chairman of the board of Suburban Propane Gas Corporation, Whippany, has been selected to receive the 1966 Robert Wood Johnson Humanitarian Award. The award will be made by the New Jersey Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation, Tuesday, May 3, at a dinner in the ballroom of the Hotel Robert Treat. Named for the former Chairman of the Board of Johnson and Johnson, the Humanitarian Award is presented annually to honor a New Jersey native or resident who has made an outstanding contribution toward the betterment of his fellow man in the fields of medicine, social service or community activity. Proceeds from the Award Dinner will be used for the advancement of the medical and educational activities of the Chapter's statewide arthritis program. if Dog Club Meeting Harlan Cibbs will discuss "How And Whys Of Importing Dogs" at a meeting of the Mid - Jersey German Shepherd Dog Club Apr. 19 at I p.m. at the Turf Restaurant, Madison Township. Reservations may be made with Phyllis Gottfried, Old Bridge by calling 727-1450. FARMLAND TOP SOIL SCREENED OR PREMIUM Erosion Control Planting Sod L. LUCAS, Inc. KEYPORT CALL 264-1415 "BUY IT, MISTER . . . WE LL INSURE IT! Stanley G. Siebenberg Call 583-1300 EXCELLENCE IN INSURANCE JTW2V V A I Jr Ml U ' X v-yr u f w 7 .v. NJ:'-WE TRY HARDER! ...l" ....,: POLICIES 'JxmJ REPLACED I TONY SAYS: WORKS WONDERS IN ONE COAT All Popular Colon ... and White AAoorGarcJ LATEX Mouse Paint 0 Ita "Magi Mm" Uris far aitra yaws ... Jeaaa'i faJ r ahaai. Dries "buf-fraa" la mlmitai. e CUan-ua erf taals h aaiy . . . jutt mm P ad watar. 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