The Pocono Record from Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania on May 25, 1966 · Page 15
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The Pocono Record from Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania · Page 15

Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, May 25, 1966
Page 15
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The J'DCOJIO Kcoord, The Stroudsljurtfs, I'«. --Wed., May 25. 19CG 15 By GIL MURRAY Record Sports Writer STROUDSBURG - There will be many new faces directing the athletic programs in Monroe County's four high schools next year. The biggest change will be in East Stroudsburg Area High School where Joe Czutno will replace Jack Kist as head football coach. Pleasant Valley will be operating with a new head basketball coach, Pocono Mountain will have a new athletic director and Stroud Union must find two assistant football coaches. Czutno will be taking over a post held by Kist for the past 19 years. Two new assistant coaches, Edward Heimbaoh and James Reynolds, have been added to the football staff. They will join with Del Davis, Martin (Duckey) Martz and Horace Cole to form the nucleus of the Cavalier staff. Jerry Fritz resigned as an assistant to 'become top administrative assistant to Mrs. Pauline Peterson, superintendent . elect. Cavalier fans are looking for big things from Czutno after several years of below average teams. Football fever can run high in East Stroudsburg and a winning season would have the fans flocking to spacious Memorial Stadium. The coach who will probably face the biggest challenge during the 1966-67 season will be Tom Gross, who will be Pleasant Valley's new basketball coach. Gross will have the distinction of leading the Bears in their first season in the Lehigh-Northampton League. Gross, who will replace Bill Frear, who quit in mid-season last year, is a former player at Stroud Union and East Stroudsburg State College.' Philip Falcone of Bangor has been named an assistant football coach at Pleasant Valley under head coach Wayne Hulsizer. At Pocono Mountain, the Redbirds are trying to replace Joe Murray as athletic director. Murray, after 'building up the Cardinal athletic program, is retiring because of health reasons. Mentioned for the job are Neil Palumbo, assistant high school principal, and Ronnie Davis, the junior basketball coach. high school It has been reported that the Pocono Mountain Athletic Assn. might ask the school board to make a policy change, 'permitting a coach to also function as athletic director. This would make basketball coach Alan Schollenberger eligible for the job. Schollenberger is interested in becoming athletic director, but he doesn't want to give up coaching. Joe Batista has.also resigned as faculty manager. The physical education department is becoming hard pressed to find replacements for these administrative openings. At Stroud Union, where Sam Wells has built the best coaching staffs in the county, two . assistant football coaches are needed. Keith Newart has resigned to take an assistant job at Ai.n- town Dieruff and Vernon Hontz , will not return as freshman coach. In fact, the only coach on Andy Silock's staff returning is the hard - working Charlie Winters. Winters has been on the staff for the past 13 years, and off the showing of the last two years, he works well with Si- lock. Silock attained instant success at Stroud Union and in two years accomplished what few Mountaineer coaches have been able to do ... beat arch-rival Northampton. Wells, himself, is making a , change next year. The man who hired Silock and basketball coach Tony Romano, is being elevated to high school principal Although Wells will not officially be called athletic director, he will carry out these duties for at least another year. Silock is also due for a promotion. It has been renorled that the school board will select him to replace T. Manning (Cap) Curtis as head of the school's physical education department. All decisions concerning Stroud Union's athletic department are expected to be made at the school board's June meeting. If nothing else, the scholastic sports scene will be dotted with new faces during the 1966 · 67 season. "Status Seeker" a six year old dun gelding clears the jump with Sandra Vaughn atop in recent competion at the three day Lancaster Horse Show. The horse, took a second out of a field of 30 entries. The horse had to clear five foot fences in the jump offs to take his ribbon. He has been trained by Hill Meadow Stables of Stroudsburg. Miss Carol Alden of Bushkill is the owner. Monticello entries K N T K I K S 1'OH TONIOHT FIRST HACK One Mile Trot--I'nr«c 5900 Horse . Hillcr Day !. Hobo Kriinflrny [. ]orn Hounty \. Clit'rrio Ann i. Heed's llliinclic i. H.isty Hares '. Spccily ;. (. J)co lire Jam Driver Odds K. Ulzvnxk! 3-1 .T. Coiiit'nm (J-l II. D u n n N-l II. SIc'lHiens i)-'J It. Cormier 8-1 K Kroirni! 8-1 J. Bcruht; -1-1 C. C l l n u m r (i-1 SKCON1) HACK One Mile SHOO driver Odtl.s (Mil BPO Titan OruKull Diamond Creed I'eJtKV I'Jrie M a r t y Hyrd Make's Huv .Tayle Hlril Lady HL» (Jniek J. .MacDnnald -1-1 I!. Kriljier (i-1 .1. Hernlie 11-2 II. M i t e l l e l l KM K. Campliell (i-1 V. I'Yrrlero :i-l (J. Sadovsky r 1 ii. ftinw 12-1 II. llnli-y Honvood H. ( V i m i i l l e l l 4-1 7. W y i i l n j j I'llkc X. S t e p h e n s (1-1 N. Minieti" H e n r y C. llo.Moiv. Sr. s-1 I'lFTH H A C K One l l l i rnee--Purse $1,51)0 Horse Driver Odds I. H o i -ic ||. story :i-l L'. ()m- Ailhix J. L u k e 4-1 :i. Sir I ' h l l i p Sent! J. II. Seiuiiilii N-] ·J. Thomas K n i d k C. M a e l i m i n l d N-l il. Kilt-cess Toil C. ( i i l l l i r n l t : i '.l-'2 II. Urn- Atllmwin I 1 . I'.iHtis li-1 i. TrnUv I Clinek T. S l i l i l h l l - l N. Filni-y CTMr K i( (i. Snll;Iili 8-1 SIXTH BACK One Mile I'nee--I'nrse St.flOO Driver Oads 1. (imMitrt 1 ! 1 .Susiui .T. Aloy tl-^ .TillliHlIn C. Nnrris. Jr. S-1 Htt K:i IMitlicy .1. Kii|um J-l Tllllll) HACK One Sliie Trot--I'urse ¥«00 HurKe Driver Odds . Mcilclmv Ij-nli" . Hue's H r o t l i » r Still- (iiiiiien . Yield's Kiel J f'oshnll repress B. Smith li-1 I 1 . I t n t t l K S-1 .7. ( i r n n i l v (i-1 M n e D o n n l d 3-1 T. 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Lewis li-a No Driver N-'2 For a special buy on the car that's all Buick-'66 Buick Special -go see the dealer who's all deal-your Buick dealer! * Low down payment. * Easy terms, ·k Top trade. Immediate delivery. Wide choice of body styles, . colors and options. Every '66 Special comes to you complete with · · Wildcat engine. 2 . Seat belts front and rear. 3 . Choice of cloth or vinyl interior. 4. Padded dash. Back-up lights. Electric windshield wipers and washers. 7. Outside rear- view mirror. '66 Buick Special won its class in the PURE OIL PERFORMANCE TRIALS and the POPULAR SCIENCE GOLD CUP for outstanding braking performance in the TRIALS -- and with deals like this, it'll win you, too! Wouldn't you really rather have a Buick Special right now? (With summer so near and savings so big?) -See your Buick dealer during his Par-Busting Sale.- WE1CHEL BUICK, 1009 Main Si, Stroudsburg .'t. 'I'clsttll 1 I. Situto Sill "i. FnliMili Viltl's II. (iiics.s Agr.'ii!) 7. IluukiT X. rnriKlliiK IVmv NINTH Ono .Altle I'nrr Hnrsc 1. Kin I t l i r l l i i n ·J. (.'Ill Coots 10. S m i t h 3-1 It. CVimphell li-1 It. Cormier S-1 W. I'opfinirer ll-l F. Tnirariello .1-1 11. Story 8-1 HACK --IMirse ¥!M0 llrlvcr Odds J. Omuly 4-1 A. Manzl (1-1 Atwood llnnover J. Schroeder Ti-1 4. Joey .Meadow F. Heck 5-1 B. M o u n t a i n All P. Hauls (1-1 li. Solid Adios \V. Hlaisdell 8-1 7. .lersey L i K l i t n i n u II. Slaylmck 12-1 K. Shadyddlc Pay Scut L. Floyd 30 Trackman's Selections 1. H i l l e r Day, Speedy (!.. Chcrrm Ann. 2. Hake's Hoy, d i l l Hee, Diamond Creed. !!. (iraciolls (iift. Cnroilll, lleloved Pick. ·1. A r t i s t Haiiovcr , Dalev l l n r - \viMut, Warren's Special, 1. HomVric, O u r -Adion, Success ' Top. I li. Yieki's Kill, Bn lln VlHncy. (ireentree Susan. 7. Pony O Hoy, Key Witness, 1 ilnit iMst.'on. S. Tolstnr, Vernon's Express, Hunker. !i. Hie Ilhythui, S'.mdydalo Pay Scot. Atwood l l n n o v e r . UKST I115T: AHTIST HA.VOVKH (4th) Bowling meeting scheduled STROUDSBURG -- The Monroe County Women's BowUng Assn. will hold a meeting Thursday night, May 26, at the Stroudsburg YMCA at 8 p.m. Trophies and prizes from the local association tournament will be distributed at this time. There will also be an election of two of the association officers. Other business matters will also be discussed. All first place winners in the tournament are requested to be in the East room of the YMCA at 7:45 p.m. for photographs. Phelps named Penn hoop coach PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- The University of Pennsylvania announced Tuesday that Dick Phelps, who coached St. Gabriel's High of Hazleton, Pa., to the slate Class C basketball title last season, has been named freshman court coach. Athletic director Jerry Ford said Phslps succeeds Ray Edelman who will be assistant varsity basketball coach under Dick Harter, Barr named wrestling coach STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) --The appointment of Homer Barr, for the last decade wrestling coach at State College High School, as head wrestling coach of the University of Massachusetts was announced Tuesday. Barr holds a career record here of 97 victories and 12 defeats. He came here from Warren High School, where his record in five years was 35-13-1. Barr was a star wrestler in high school days at Clearfield and later on at Penn State University. Engle's new Angle Ball TITUSVILLE, Pa. (AP) What do retired college football coaches do? If they're like Rip Engle of Penn State, they invent games. "I have always had the feeling that it is odd for our generation, the most talented, ingenious and gifted in the history of the world, not to have found a new team game in Ihe past 80 years," says Engle. So, Engle, who never had a losing season in 16 years at Penn State, invented Angle Ball a unique game featuring according to Engle, the accuracy and speed of basketball and the interest and aggressiveness of football. The game will have its premiere here Wednesday with Titusville High School playing Corry High School. The purpose of Engle's game is to dislodge the opposition's goal ball with the ball in play. The game is played with 12 men on a team on a field 240 feet long and 160 feet wide. The In more than 30 years as president of the National Baseball Congress, Ray Dumont says he has never been on the playing field while a national · tournament was underway in Wichita. goals are centered foer**en the side lines and 60 feet from the end lines. To provide a better picture of the playing field, Engle points out the game is played between the 10-yard lines of a football field with the goals placed on the 30-yard lines. The goal is a nine-foot high standard with a cup on top in which the goal ball is placed. The angle ball, or the ball in play, is an outseamed ball sightly heavier and slightly smaller than a soccer ball. The game consists of two 15-minute halves. Engle, who retired from coaching Feb. 18, is expected to attend the inaugural gamp CORRUGATED /PIPE (All Sim) "IKE" MILLER LUMBER COMPANY Mione 888-970T Pooono, P May is Radio Month W Y P O 840 93.5 AM FM THERE IS No Governor's Club is custom- blended in controlled quantities and is light and smooth as the most notable import. And you get 25% more whiskey in the full quart bottle. GOVERNOR cm GOVERNOR'S CLUB BLENDED WHISKEY J. A. DOUGHERTY'S SONS, CO., DISTILLERS PHILADELPHIA, PENNA., LEMONT, ILL. · 86 PROOF . 65?5 GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS . . at ESNB FINANCE 2 - C A R S for the COST OF ONE NOW, be 0 tWO Car family. Pick up that second car and your one monthly payment won't be any more than you're paying for one car right now. Probably less! 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