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48. Prl., Feb. 19, 1965 Paterson News Cowling Standings hirMmkees, fmls w mme Bidder By STEVEN GERSTEL WASHINGTON (UPI)-New York Yankee president Dan Topping testified Thursday that three other bids for the' base ball team were received and rejected- before the club was told to the Columbia Broad casting System (CBS) for $11.2 minion. He told a Senate Antitrust Committee that one of the of fers was for S18 million but that it Involved sale of all of the stock ratber than the 80 per cent obtained by CBS. CBS president Dr. Frank Stanton also appeared at the ooemnz nearinc oi me inquiry into the controversial transac tion- that tied together base ball's top team with a broad casting network. Stanton said the management and fisld operations of the xan kees remained in Topping's work's ownership of the Yankees would result in base ball showing favoritism to CBS in the future. "I don't think it's conceiv able," he ald. "It la not hap- Eenmg now and it wui not appen in the future.' Alarm System The network chief said he control. He denied that his net-fsalary in excess of $20,000 must felt that federal antitrust rules would be invoked if such favor itlsm developed. Topping did. not identify two of the three bidders for the Yankees who were turned down. But he pointed out that Lehmann Brothers, a giant investment firm, , sought to buy control with the intention of selling 73 per cent of. the stock to the public. When his proposal fell through. TonDinc related, there were two other offers, Including the $16 million bid (or full control.. He pointed out that he and Yankee co-owner Del Webb were able to retain 10 per cent each under the CBS sale. He said he is under a five-year contract to continue bossing the club's operation. Stanton cited one restriction on Topplng's,'full authority. Any be cleared bv the board of di rectors which includes three hieh-ranklnff CBS officials plus Webb and Topping. "It can't oa any omer way u I have the responsibility of run n!ns this business." he commented. The network executive also related that CBS had first - r Passaic County Tourney in mnim HIM IIV 1Nnt.fi TnmV MKNT THB WINNERS OF ALL CLASSES A TO F AND TROPHIC WILL JB AWARDED TO TUB WINNERS BY THS) IXECVTIV COMMITTKB AFTER FEBRUARY 2BUt, 184J. CLASS A 1 Ant-el Vicari Buddy Bonovii Ed. Slexak Joaepb. Pk-arelle Races Liberia Fred ConaUntlB Lou Whit ' Jo PlcarlaUo Bud Valen Jt, U F.H.C. P.RjC, Harry Home U Truta . Bill Jim Sioakl CLASS a 1 William Croal 1 John Bandatra I Jim Fenwlc; 4 Jim Die hlar ante Marty Dal Cool 1 Rr Fallen T Robert Rob Al. Bruno Marty Fava Jim Fan wick Frank Stampone Michael Santanorta William Kayo TwL Fedem Bill Rlr ! Jim RobrrUon Sr. Paul 8. Cavallere Dominie Fatereon Major Pateraoa Major Pateraoa Mixed Major Fatereon Major Psereoa Major P.R.C Sportamaa -Fxida Battery Claaala Patcraon Mixed Major Patcraon Mixed Major P.R.C. Minor PtterooB Major P.R.C, Minor , t JO Jl n ii 14 IS ) B It F. BaMarae) CLAM O (Jim Talbo Pater Jelleaaa, Tom Clbb i 4 Pater J. Bomarebtefc I Rlrbard J. CaraveU ' f MJk PureaU it 9 F. Oulnther . Herb Erwin . Nine Gailn) H. Borair Mike Brink Art Anderaoa .i. Garcia Patar N B. SUig Jo A vol . Mlcbael E. Jartwuk Oil koleik . Sam Opper Arthur Baker' Bmny De Frank William Rloca Don Berratroia Tony Verroo Km Folaa Philip-Ron John D Younf Joaaph Hancock Max Anrajna Alexander NefOTOr " Joe Gabriel . Mlk Zollo C. Stroma i. Mm T. Reutty Owk Faanla ' Frederl Behave M John Kraatoilca 39 J. Bhit eo Donuld Matchati ' 41 P. Wiaa CLASS D , 1 gtor Stymanakl I pirhard W. Uamillot " I ' Cm. Monaco Pate Aucuatahit Joaaph DeVenh) , Carmin Bipln Al zeiitanir Pataraoa Major Sportamaa Minor P R C. Sunday Mled Minor Leafuo P.R.C. Monday 915 P.R.C Monday til Bowl-O-Mat Friday Night tJJ P.R.C. Monday SIS Patcraoa Mixed Major . 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A Blue Chip He told the subcommittee that CBS bought the club last fall "essentially because we thought it was a good investment." Stanton said: "We have been trying to supplement our income from non regulated and non-licensed business so that alll our eggs are not in the FCC basket." He estimated that the ownership of the Yankees represented only about 2 or 3 oer cent of the network's assets. He ack-j nowledged that the network out-1 let WCBS in New York carries Yankee names on radio, but added, "If the Yankees wanted another station we would not insist." Stanton also said CBS did not want to take over the local televising of Yankee games ffom station WPIX, an independent. "We would not Interrupt our reeular programming to accom modate the Yankees," he explained. "We couldn't very well accommodate the Yankees nor do we plan to do so." Witnesses scheduled for Fri day include baseball Commis sioner Ford Frlck and Ameri can League President Joe Cronln.. Red-Hot Ellis Breaks i Tourney Marie Oogot BOGOTA, Columbia Wes Ellis Jr., the slender pro from West Caldwell, smashed the tournament record Thursday by firing a seven-under-par 65 lor a two-stroice lead m tne iirsc rouna oi me eogoia wpen gou loum ment. ; . The 33-year-flld former University of Texas star also set a record for the back nine with a 30 that included birdies on the last four holes. Hia 33-30 out him in front of Argentina's. Roberto de Vicenzo who had 83-3467. The South American missed a hole in one by six inches on the sixth bole and bagged an eagle on the 14th. He also had three bogevs. Bob Gajda, of Bloomfield Hills. Mich., and Cliff Brown of Nashville, Tenn., tied for third with 69s. . Tied at 70 were Vine Sulli van, Metuchen, N.J., Fred Lef-fingwell, Harrisburg, Miss., Jim Mrflnv. West Palm Beach. Fla.. Colombian Juan Dapiaggl and Manuel de la Torre of Milwau-Art Wall' Jr.. of Pocono- Ma-. nor, Pa.i the defending champi- A 1 - . I. aalrai du aiiu wiuucr ui e e Panama Open, was six strokes off the pace wita 35-3773. n ill .'.in.. . a. '. njumnmmm Dili VUUUJS, VI t uiuawj N.Y., shot a 77 and was forced to withdraw because of a recur rent back Injury. Physicians here advised him to leave tne Caribbean tour and go homo for a lengthy rest. . , . Ellis said "I could have had three more birdies on the front nine , but If I had I Probi would have slackened off. I usu ally do that if I nave a hot front nine." - . He started ' his back nine btrdle spree with a 20-footer on the 10th hole. v NFL Player limit (40) PALM SPRINGS. Calif. - The National Football Leaeue let a 40-player limit Thursday nignt and for tne ursi time in ns History recognized, in effect, the existence of the taxi squad. The vote on the 40-player limit followed hours of discussion by the club owners but eventually was unanimously adopted. The taxi squad, for tne bene fit of the uninitiated, is comH posed of players unable to make the big i team but are kept on hand for practice sessions and additions to tne regular team in the event of an emergency. These players can be signed by a ciuo but cannot De piacea under contract., i , ; .' , There is no limit to the 'num ber of players a club can carry on this taxi outfit under the measure adopted. A team can have as many olavers as It desires report for summer training but the first reduction of a squad will come Aug. 31 when the number will bo cut to 47. The squad wlQ be reaucea to 43 sept. 7 ana me final cut to 40 will coma Sept. 14. Commissioner Pete . Rozelle made the announcement. : Once a n aver is Disced on waivers he cannot be recalled. But If no one claims him. the original club can recall him aft er four weeks if It desires. There is no injury reserve rule in the NFL. The club can either have an injured player sit on tne bencn until ne is ready to play or he must be placed on the waiver list, v The limit in 1964 also was 40. But In a rather complicated system the policy was that where a team had four or mora Injured players, for every player over three. Injured it could have one renlacement. '. Head Coach Joe Kuharlch of the Philadelphia Eagles, mean time, predicted Uiat relations between college coaches and the NFL will be "better than ever now that the air has been cleared." College Cago ' Results v UnltMl ' ri IntantiHwal CwwNmvmim 44 Million 44 Hlrtm 44 WnlKfl Kawrv4 71 Nw Havtn Cell. It Worcai'or It; IT AHrmA II Ml IrtrLiwri . Wyntboro -M Cwiwoli-Ttelr -r.j Hicnmona l Purmnn St. Andmvi 74 Mo'twdlit Cell. N Mnhalln 44 Ttmplt 41 Tuaculum II U. Mi'tln Br. Tnr& H Nw York U. 7t OMrattawit 71 D.lroll 74 lidwl WtHor 14 ' Hl, CfM4 IM MauchVMtt4 M I t..k WES EfAIS DBH Advances In Junior Play HACKENSACK Top-seeded Don Bosco of Ramsey, and sec ond-seeded Bergenfield powered their way Into the quarterfinal round of the 23rd annual Jun ior Scholastic Basketball Tournament Thursday night at Hackensack Junior High School gym. , Don Bosco blasted Engle- wood, 62-42, 'while Bergenfield, warned over ienany, oi-ia. The Quarterfinal round of the S layoff will take place Satur-ay afternoon. The box score: Dm bm (!) OFT obbnr 11 id Srolt I t 4 Birr McMarhlt Gllleapia Coclw t Rirrarrll TSulHv.a.. Slm'ckowic 6rha((r Orlhmana CaruU Totala KflM4l 'III Hi Ml J 9 t -I H IUI t 1 IT si: C44 OFT Tnmnu A lit Moartnt Addroa Brooks MrUuM Mana Harrlt' AU4 ?: t 4 4 t i Bb GEORGE GROSS ' 7 - T4ll Jl II I t II 41 14 1441 It Ralston Advances To Net Semi-Final SALISBURY. Md. (UPI) J uennis Ralston, the top-ranking player in the United States, overcame service trouble Thursday night to beat Gene Scott of , St. James, N.Y., 4-6, 8-3, 6-4, and advance , to the semi-final round of the Nation al Indoor Tennis. Champion- snips. . Third-seeded Arthur Ashe of St. Louis met Ron Holmberg of Dallas in a second quarter-fi nal matcn. two otner quarte finals were scheduled for Fri day. . " -' ' iu riiuar a uuai icmiutus. top-seeded Chuck McKlnley of Port Washington, N.Y., meets Jan Erik Lundqulst of Sweden and lourui-seeded Frank Froeh ling of Coral Gables, Fla.. takes on Cliff Rlchey of Dal las. The ' semi-finals will be olaved Saturday. Julius Heidman of New York won the senior singles title Thursday for the second straight year, beating Harry Hoffman of . Philadelphia, 6-2, e-z. The senior doubles champion- shio went to Randolph Gregson of New Orleans and Frank Thomnson Jr. of St. Louis, who beat Heidman and C. Alphonso Smith of Arlington, Va., 9-7. 6-4. Gregson and Thompson also are the senior clay court champions. . Injury-Riddled Hull On Sidtlincs Aoaln" CHICAGO UPIi-Star for- ward Bobby Hull of the Chi cago Black Hawks - will not make the trio to Toronto for Saturday'! game with the Maole Leafs, it was announced Thursday. V Hull, who missed four games last .week with a .torn ligament in bis right knee, suffered' a "stretched" liniment in .his left knee against the New York Hangers Wednesday night. Dr. Sldney Schafre said he would get therapy and shots for the inlurv. but nrobiblv should not skate until Saturday, Marchitl 616. POST OFFICE LEAGUE The standings got quite a shuffle as triple decisions went to Ohio, Yale and Brown over Cornell, Duke and Penn while Navy took the odd game from Army. Ohio is the new leader due to Jack Plna'a QOA-KtZ? an4 Tim Unrf'. COO utnfnh nffcat aaau DtmimAra' iub6 o ..i uu I auu iviu tiai. a vtu nu.vu vutict vhob a uit.vB 212-595 Bill Easson collected 539, Charlie June 531, Bill Guthrie 200- 526, Mike Moretti 216-524, Ray Schamble 213, Don Gelfer 202 and Dave Crossley 200. Art Robinson leads the averages with 186 and most two hundreds With 23. Bob Sandilands has high series of 652 and Vlnce Marino's 247 in the top single. MANHATTAN WHITE LEAGUE Helped by Mike Simchak'a 220 and John Mendyk's 201, Nagy's Bowling swept Ars Auto Sales to tie them for the lead. Other high scorers were Al Schweninger 214. Len Mesl 211, Sam Di Prima 210, George Sajban 215-202, Dan Dennis a big 242, Charlie Quinto 221, Joe Stavisky 213, Steve Hanisko 210, Joe yen 209, Mike Murln 202, Mike Hudak and Bill Linger 201. VAN HOUTEN 806 LEAGUE The L & S Tool combine routed Van Raalte and moved to within three games of the leading Original Five who lost twice to Gray tor. Fred Cook whacked out a new high aeries of 659 on 246, 214 and 199. Al Lussier bad 224. Mike Caputo 222, Ray Martino 222, John Sondej 217, Joe Zimmerman 212, John Gibson Sr. 210. Bob Lisofskl 203-203, Henry Rachwal 208, Charlie Derrlg 204, Ed Tomas and vince insinga 20 ., MIDLAND PARK LEAGUE Despite a terrific 245-257-691 by Boake Knaoo. Hymen's lost all three to Ho-Ho-Kus Service led by John De Castro's 213-213-203-629, Andy Knapp's 236-212-621 and Neil Ketterer'a 214-201-602. Heights Bhut out Johnny & Norm's due to Sam Tietsma's 231-213-205-649 and Glen Rock Laundry swept Midland Park Auto Body with the aid of Ron Popjes' 233-212-634 and Norm Baker's nifty 258 single. ' LEISURE LANES 815 SUBURBAN LEAGUE White Crescent Diner shellacked Quinn's Five to add another game to their margin as Town House Liquors lost a single to Village Taxern. Ray Haycock was best for the leaders with 45-203-620. Third place Harry Carlough'a managed to Salvage one game from Barton's and the ASM contractors won a pair from the Lucky Eleven. Pat Butler tried hard for the losers with 220-221-605. Secretary Vic Bill's 234-584 paced Singac Dely to a twin win over the Leftovers. White Crescent snared a new high team series of 2690. , HALEDON MAJOR LEAGUE Twin decisions favored UMC. Methven's. Terwlllieer's and seimont Liquors over Tescnon's, Aquaaro's, Adams and Q k M vending. , . Hal Matcnett fired a terrific 735 on 226. 273 and 236. Turk Leavins found the range for 236. 215 and 227 for 688, Ralph D An urea uocxea m zis-224-629 and Joe uaspertno put together i 224-201-606. Bud Banovitx hit 253, George Lutx 250, Bill Vogel 245, ttusmi Z4, vonneuy zz3-zi9, verga zia, and Longo 217. HAWTHORNE MAJOR LEAGUE Suffern Distributors widened their lead to two names by win nlng five out of six while Demarest Ford lost a double. Don Van Orden won four, the Walker Jets dropped five and Maple dally lost au bix ui a uuuuio icoeauie. - - . Kenny Verduin packed in 248-213-654. Al Agnes had 223 220-641. lanm ZZ3-Z13-Z0Z-640 ana uuce Mateo zi7-zi2-zoo-GZ9. PATERSON MIXED MAJOR LEAGUE Merv Stem and Sy the Ex GI won trioles and deuces went to f lcxy s. fat's Luncn. jonn costs ana American Ske n Dve. joe Auuno nangea in z5b-z45-z3Z-733. ma vaienx Jr. had 697, Norbie Eiden 677. Joe Plcarlello and John Tammaro 669. Tommv Leprotto 651 and Lou Ferraro 640. For the women Dee Mitchell rolled 228-248-656, Jeanne Slsco and Vivian Breier had 606, Pauline Do Luca 631 and Evie veenstra 60S and Mary Paladlno PAUL'S 60S LEAGUE Aaron's Furniture beat Canarv Inn twice. Holder Electric dunked the Aces, Evelyn's Lunch did the same to the Bob Eddy rive ana rwecresi iivern iook two irom a. M. juacmne. Bud Shannon tallied 200-596. Hank Abramowltx 213-22-591. TacK Tatacn 215-207-591. Rod coney jr. 205. E. Van Winkle 213. Jim Hughes 211, Bill Brett 202, Pat Moherek 200, Tom Zlllnek, 205 ana uoug Bray, zia. ' . Parkway lanes soo majors Lou Gado fashioned a neat 684 on 193-245-246 and Sam Mar- torano compiled a 234-213-225-672. Dan Hampson tacked in 226- z3Kz, jim rarceus naa Z33-zo7-zi3sz. Roger lioreibeke 635. rja rermey 639. Anay Moussao o. Anthony Ferreuv 619. Andv Camisa and Tony Camlsa 6141, G. Toma 613 and J. Schriber 609. Sweeps went to Mamola Ford. Palisade Garaee and Adam's Diner while two game decisions favored Saddle Brook, Midland, aaivaterra a, anerm s ana uenigno s. Mcdonald majors Three ply triumphs were won by B & P Electric, Vaxmon- ssy i, wnue uostayx, farmer mty ana Boenra'a service. Two game winners were uahe's itec, and tne M. & S. Cleaners. .' Jim Mitmfta tnllinrl 944.911.R VA Ramhish ha4 VltLJtK o.awwaa iaa aa aa VVVt W V (V.4 UltfU UHVI 4k VWWa Pete Vasilenko 648, Timmy Thomas 623, Bob Orosx 611, Joe Pact 609. Anay cnaoaia eoz. John Miller 598. Mike Amlco 596. Nick Korsakoff S95, Ed Bednarz 694, Jabe Dziob 596, Ed Pietranski 589, rranx ranek m, ran, friedhorr 584 and Dutch Westrate 58Z. .')..' : : . . PASSAIC COUNTY LEAGUE . ' The leading Olympics swept Quality Service as Lloyd Young registered z45-zu5. am moouioii 218-233 ana vern Whrucnour 212. Boil Fenwick scored 219 and Fred Geering 216, Cramer Dec orators took tnree irom Kok Hill Trucking, Market Lanes took a pair from Hailiwell and Matas Typewriter crabbed a double from Guernsey Crest. Hailiwell and Matas Typewriter grabbed a double from Guernsey Crest. - John Mercacdlno banged In 219-247. Bob Shltell 210. Bob De- vine zpg-ziz, jjiu Miser 203, wait Harris zoe, a, laseiio 202, Jim Selitto 213 and Charlie Noormaa 206. 1 ' TEN PIN BZS LEAGUE The Topplers took two from Tension Envelopes to protect their game lead. Interstate Dvers blanked Weatherama and lumped from fifth back Into second place, the Sportsmen suf- rerea a ooudio loss to summit Bake fcnoppe, uea casteners passea uergen Kesearcn by landing them a whitewash job. The Tradesmen lost two to the Hopefuls. Rolling Rock lost three to Ten Pin Rest, Elbe Embroidery met the same fate at the hands of the Hunters, Allied Repro took the odd game from Newark Bears. zoo games were rolled by Ed wneian 237. Ralph Gauucc 221, Tom Reid 214-202, John Williams 212. Ernie Callahan 210, Art atAft an. ta " . , " oei 4UJ, LiOu oeue zuu. j?-;,:wi.;.-r 'i -v;:,. !; '"'-, ' market"lanesiis"league ' Arnle Schwarti collected 232-212-632. Al Zelitsky rolled 219- 204-619 and Wimp Morgan scored 222-203-603. Team No. 10 posted a 1013 but lost two games and they also hold high series of 2780. Two hundred scorers were Vince Tamburro 236, Joe Ash-by 212, Vic Pelleterl 205, Allan Rosso 222, Vie Botschko 206, Gordon Ailing 209, Frsnk Vlttorio 211, Joe Lasky 223, John Welsh 207, George Andrlkanlcn 200 and Marty Majauri 201. ' U-BOWL 100 LEAGUE ,. Kavanagh routed D'Amelio and deuces went to Fontana. Mid way Metal, Jesperson Carpet and Allied. Kush Popeck turned In 635, Gus Raso 626, Tom Kavanagh 613, Herb Tiedemann 609. John Cowla 224, George Muntlin 216, Joe Ramla 215 and Ed Boken217. . PEERLESS CLASSIC LEAGUE Super Quality Oil trounced Viccaro to lead with 12-3 while Camponlzzi Plumbing and Chalet remained tied for second by winning iwin victories over jonnson tiros, ana tne n.i-inns Vlnnle Marotta notched 207-234-636. Dick Solaro hit 251-607 ana Jonn De Phillips rapped out a 208-223-603 set. Waiiy Dl Delia had 224, George Kent 239, Bob Woods 235, Herb Van Blarcom Sr. 234, Ben Florlllo 226, Ed Greenly 223, Jim De, Lasky 224 and Walt Kremers222. ' ;T.l.i... CATHOLIC WOMEN'S LEAGUE St. Bonaventure White lost a nalr to Anthony Blue but held the summit post'as Cstholic Center blanked Miry White to move into second place. Bonaventure Green's sweep over Brennafi White tied them for third with Anthony Blue and George Green won two from Hyaclnthe to take fourth, apot. ' Lova Sansone hit 206-531, Loretta McGary 209-524, Lucy Swlgard 192-510, Carolyn La Rosi 192-504, Maria Rock 500 and Peggy Frazza 499. 1 r c. u -k " PRC 21 LEAGUE Schagen Shoes kllsnmlned Rurknar TV anrt Iwn vim vtn. nor were Lbunge over Keyalone TUe, Dav'i Bar over Carroll Motors and DiCa Barbera over Mlnter Electric. Joa Grenley forced a 661. Rill Dm Cnmn hart 41 VA navli 641, Joe Bonaflde 627, Ed Seabrldge 624, Ed Garabutl 619 and John PBSRLIM 171 T44 J Ii 0 Rlvar.ldt All Wllbur'i Plv4 BII4'4 Tivirn Wl Palarton IU4 l Clifton Elevator Braun'i Plumbarl Reliable Rub Damtto'l Rlvanlda Tlrt . inmvingai nvtragai W ... I 7 4 IBS IBarnlc. 113 IPttrucc4lll 143 182 ltl ill ISO 180 171 177 IHarvey uuou Ltttanilo Smith Gauglar brugiar Yurkovle Van Oyk4 Barnlckl4 Giblllarra Tol- Ptrucc4lll Merkel . Smllh . Van "Blarcom Olorlo Malnai Priybyllnikl B0WLH9-MAT tit Tam MAP Local 163 Mr. Llquorl Bowl-C-Mit Madlln Lumbar Wayaldi Praia EddlM Flva Vlllanova'a Connally'l Sail t Ikaani IMIVIIUM avtraaai W 41 40 37 34 14 30 30 ?4 10 I 1 3 I 4 4 4 4 4 t 177 177 177 174 175 175 174 174 174 173 Alfano tr. 04 Marcs Alfano Jr. Blanay Gutnthar Avola 114 inillanno 'lis Panlcuccl 181 IChloubl 111 Nlglto 180 IBendsak 171 IDallapasaa 174 174 171 171 178 177 RIVIRSIDI VRTI IM Taim Tha Choppari Raguccl'a Funaral Homo biiii sarvica caniar OaFaro'i Shall larvleo, Tolomto I. Som Plbg Ht Vlto'l. Allstara Chucki Es&o Quality Skein Dye Co. scniierri i-unarai nomo Soaai Builera . '' Franka Shell Sarvica Rocklei Dairy DeNovat Market Victor Motor Kotrana Funeral Home J. Aldl t Son! Hippy Five Van Auto . . . inaiviauai - W 40 .11 34 35 34 34 33 31 .Jl,-31 31 30 30 30 If 13 11 Doura Tlrrl Winkler Melona Cleilak D'Errlco Hancock Cappuccla Lamonlca Walter 184 IGaveiil 144lPlavan 183 ILembo mlDeFaro 171 Mellzla "177 iGlorlandl 177 177 177 171 IMantl ITates ISemonch Tolomeo MCDONALD MAJORS ; WW Taam a a. a lartrtc Delawanna Building lupohr Vaxmonakire Funorel Horn Moon Cerrlere E. Ooatdyk Baehm'4 Service Faulaell Flva M. a S C lea nan Protective Coetlnl Caribbean Lounge Jimmy Tire cap Paul'a Academy Bebo'a Ree. Parker "50" . OarfleW Horn Laundry 47 a 3f 37 34 14 15 31 2 If - . 25 as' IfHllvKJual Avoreee . ., 141 Thoma "i ) 190Uaegr 18 ITober letlMHier IN iLaiorchak 187IBrowr . y i 117 IVoabrlnk 1(7 WartwIaK 185 Kveitrata ' lUIClwbala Vaillenk Texta amblth Orou Feultelt . Radllng Beaumont BMIack Grebowakl Hflu F.R.CWI Team The Leung Deve't Bar Mlnter Electric Dh"4 Barber Schagen Shoe Carroll Motor Buckner TV. Keyalona Til inaivtauei mnaiaa L 13 25 27 - 29 29 30 31 31 32 32 33 33 33 34 34 40 40 174 175 175 174 174 174 173 173 173 171 t II 22 23 27 29 29 30 31 . 14 17 37 - 41 41 1I4 184 184 183 184 183 183 183 182 112 . . BOWL-O-MAT Tem .; Flowerlend Shopp " Boylan'e Birch J. Roaanblum ft Son Imperial i '' Tedechl Landicaplna Raymont Coat Cennliuro'a Bakery Rustic Lodge . i Bowl O Mat Chick' Flv Mlk Moai Asioe. Henderaon Body Ace Motor Tony Sal' Dscey Painter Ultra Chemical Jefferaon Cleeneri Gullno' Conttructlon Msrdel Real Eitit Pop' Tool-Shop Park Catering The Rookie individual Average 41 41 40 17 ... 31 37 34 31 33 33 32 30 29 27 27 27 27 24 22 22- Melladtw Slllalo Fergmon Dakak Slodeskl Pugllll Tomko Atonal McMahon 191 177 174 175 174 174 174 173 172 Grenker Feiter Flrlncelll Telash Mora. ' Paatula Relnherdt i Ruber Hill . I Team Whh Crcnt Diner Town Houie Liquor Herry Crlough A M Contractor Xu "n'l D.lry Vllleg Tvem Singac Dellcatetien Qulnn'4 Five Brookdel TII4 Barton Jeweleri i-eriover LBIIURB "111" SUBURBAN W I 7 4 4 MRtat Davl Lebladt Naaaat Gambutt Theodar Sink Peyna Bemttht Ml iwiuon 201 iRoahrldl 198 IDIeta . 195 iHemtoy' 195 IKriemlnakl 194 190 190 191 Dl Como Pendolfl :' Mature (." Berkenboadi . 119 181 181 181 187 14 184 185 w Teem Kurylla Rufal Brier San Roman f van MW(kM U-BOWL MIXBD POURIOMB haflvWeel Aver 4 147 iRoeland 144 ISardlnsky iMIFIInvtkl 1SISabln 152 lEvena Wamea IM Srdlntky 145 IKuryll 144 IFIIewskl-135 ISaa a omen 1l4Evana San Romea Kurylla Malamkai Ruffala Iraier Roakopf Breier, ft. Rimaio Sellecol Maulotta HAWTHORN! MAJOR Team W SuKora DtitribuhXI ' 40 . Demarttt For) lM Frao Ferraro' Trucking '31 Don Van Orden Reel E.tet , 14 Walker Jet . 25 Maple Tree Dairy 14 Olympic Rec. 50 Kramer DecoroTorl Mate Typewriter 11 Guern 11 , Market Lane - , '- ' 13 Hailiwell FrkM ' ' V 11 . Oueilty 2 ROCK Mill TrVCK'nf I MivMUM aver eg a D Auguatlnl ltl Perry . . Verduin 117 ISmlm . . FUiamorB 184 IBromlay CATHOLIC WDMID Teem w it. Bon WMta ' B C.C.C. , St. Bon areen 34 St, Anthony Bill .34 St. 6arg Green ' 15 St. Agnee Blw 15 . St. riyeclntn , 14 St, Stephen 31 st. puma Blue u St. Philip Coid , 11 st. owe white o O.L.O.L. Blue 30 St. Brandon Whit . . 30 ' O.L.O.L. OolfJ . . . .( 10 Jt. A one Gold . 19 St. Mary Whit -v 74 St, Anthony GeK II Sf, Brndn Oreen II inaivwuat Avarete H5 iHamngtotw A. 143 IL R naa 13 Marker HI ISanaon' f.' " '14 IFrair ,. :' IssiMc Gary 1 ; 1MIRI4 IMlMiacavagc IS) IMetrere 152 ISammerc Mnt II II 42 17 15 14 19 147 144 144 131 1 123 114 113 10 Lucky Mowen Moraikl Adubato Haycock Ironside Nixon Rutherford Moraakl, ( Maretc Vasilenko Individual Averoge W 44 39 37 34 35 32 31 31 39 25 22 14 180 171 171 171 171 174 173 173 172 172 Gordon men Goo Arnold Zllceikl Engeibrachr Meyn Bracagll Bill Herlng Team " CLAI1.C Sup.rtQu.l.ty 01. ' vS?1," ""! Ordlnl'g Pr Shop Johnson Bros. Viccaro' 5 Washington Tavern Fill In ' Waxier Paint individual Average 0 Lasky vi a-vua Merolta Chlarlell Valentl Vennemitl Ordlni . Lmbo 0 Phillip , Clrenl If 194 192 189 189 17 184 Same Vaccara, A.'- ( IVaccar J, . ivenr Van ilarrnn. Vanara 184 if hrl.t.HAi l ' 195 ICorredln HSiM.lba 14 Rendlni ' 1 114 181 183 184 183 Il 182 182 182 184 TJ2-NICTBN PIN ON THf MALL Topplar " ' ,. w. ,,'.. Inlerstat DIP Sportsmen Bel) Fastener ' r ,, Beroen Research Tradesmen i Summit Bak ttiobM ' ' Rolling Rock Baer- 1 . Infln Real Hopefule Newark Been Allied Repre .' Hunter Elbe Embroidery Weetherema " " Tension Invelopm . Kwuei Average 31 37 14 34 35 32 31 27. 27 27 24 fl If 014 Bell, a.' Belle, L Menier Reimar Raid Pap) Bray Place n Meyernlk 175 175 174 170 170 19 19 149 144 147 Meckesay Von Garlem Relmer, Da, Mohrlnj IFrlgo Curcla De Nepoll FelenocK Good Phillip PAUL'S HI Team Canary m Bveiyn'a Lunch Aeron' PurnluirB ' ' m, macnin Bob aiv iu Jjcrt TvrB Holder' BlaHr! t?' :17lBleg TeckH yl Shannon , 1t Zlllnek . j;J Ven Heemtf io v.n , 170 Corley , lJ rerrenreit 1 W fS 15 15 ( 14 24 : 23 22 Stewart ,-' Yen ' Ferrenck . Nestro) . .- Van Wink la Conning 'Moherek, f 4 IMoherei: " UjCorley Team ' HAL0 MAJOR Belmont Liquor 1 A , v U. M. C. MathevanH Adam' TaectW MMaVal Aver it wenrinK W 44 37 34 21 21 21 21 II Banovitx Luri O'Andra long " Rasslnl ' Leevine Ven Dr veer 194 193 191 190 190 190 14 ltl Leone Terwllllfltr Schull , Mlero ' i easier Aquedr . Franc , . . Borsdorf . Swloaral Perry Dock "; Nleman Mackey Ouinian Sanson. L. Harrington, ft. .UK 01 . PAIR LAWN FRIDAY Team June a em Kulkan Bro. C. ' ' - J Werehoueemen , . . II eutden Bakery 31 Bowl 0 Mt - 19 Karl 79 Fair lawn. A C 2 Colonial '.' U Wfiyieuw nvercgei v 18J 141 't 23 2A 24 27 17 29 30 11 31 II 3.1 14 ' 3 : 41 . . 40 ,149 149 . 149 148 . y 148 145 145 144 14) 41 Taylor ' Roaen MavurnlR Naloll CcntolatorB Oravett Scim Halt: ownler Bum 14 IMohlua . 14 IMarxart 181 ILIbrl 111 Istreneky 180 'Moll 179 'Furlont . jr iMana '179IWInnt ' 179 ILeughllfl 171 IPosf L 20 30 31 31 11 ., n 34 14 177 177 17 , 17 IT 175 BLRSJIO IACRAM1NT MBN'S Teem Gall KAN Emola O'Anoela Cucclnlell Tniemen Me craatli, lw-4 Trueman Verron Banw " Me Creatti La Orutn Kotra Coi.ll Imoia Leitok) Callo InalvMuat AvertgH if resuio . jt 'r Luc .. 171 ISarecea . miTaiil 170 Isnfckermen imj lApoeiurda 17 'Curclnlella 17 lO'Anoele... " 17 'Flonro .., 11 IBahltf I ) 33 11 11 14 . 'V ' 17 40, 11 10 10 10 re 154 u I -.8 IV 154 Team ' ' MANHATTAN IVHITf Nagy' Bowling ' .' , '.-' " Al'a Auto salt ' . Mlxcel No. 1 Pipefitter .. , - ? . . ,-. Ravbestoa Phm nnixea Five - Oeot. 13 Blue . . Dept. II Scottl4 Bowling Oltlc , Dept. 4 BulMup Disptchr - ' . Dept. 12 Bxkhutn V: Bowling Ball 24 . :'- mecnanic Salhen Potocialc J. Blelerkl Plasclk r . FMlpowlct Gor eel Mendvk r. Slmchel( Meodvk Schwelnlnger Individual Average 174 iKopeck . 173 pych r 173 Martlnloua 172 IVIvlnetl 172 ISItar iTJIKImberly 172 iBattlsN ITllPrista 170 ISIkora - -iTOiBua ' 23 '. 25 '3 "27 ; 29. 31 ,U 34 ' 34 .34 ,3 '3 17 .14 11 14 14 11 12 ' 11 12 11 . ' UJ i M 17 19 ' 144 -1.2 13 ' 43 11 13 ;!! ."'ti- .a 24 1 34 . 14 31 41 114 114 ( 183 113 '182 , 11 181 181 . IN L 14 1 14 -s ,t 21 31 14 . I 15 Si 3 VA II ilAIITaVU 41 T.m ' Original Flv ' '' . LAI Tool CV ' r' ' ' Ven Houtan' Boco't Tavern ... Gravtor Printing ' KC-Malor Penef . , i KC-Kemlnkl . RiutR 4 ' Van Raalte . . Zaleskl' Market " Frank' Bar . Neoy' Bowllnf Utlc Club v Hlcswa Ceramic Katlol Construction Luciano' Snort Sno reopie rarK 4 a Ion 1. isorsxi klursarllg ' tmlng POItl Zknkl Martin Merclniak lanii Gllom l7IPMrf ' l'iWtK li'Kacmarclk' . 175 (Ward 174Prkst , l74lPrsl I 174 'Hill 171 'Wand V 1 171 Polyk ,9 W . 42 39 31 34 14 14 , 11 11 II 11 11 10 29 24 24 If 1 ,14 ' 19 : 19 , 19 ' 14 . 17 17 14 14 144 I 21 24 1 11 I 27 21 ' 21 - 14 31 - 33 32 31 31 34 39 41 iT 171 19 17 17 17 14 14 144 MIDLAND PABbT LB4AIIB He!ght4 tervic station ' ' 44 Ho-M-Kus Service ft Pgulpmwit 15 Midline prK Auto Body 31 Glen Rock Lundry '30 35 Johnny ! Norm'l Drlv-ln : Hymen' . ' MlVMuei Avrgg II Ttetima Ven Veen Kettertr : Hvmen Hetdt De Casta O'Hare Krams Mo'enslrB laker 204'Knepo, . it meien . 195 IPoplot, - A, 194 IHooglenel 193 IPopfM, ft. ' 191IKulken 191 IKoarem) 191 1 Da Jong JOIIKnepp, A. 191 iKnyld t II 17 34 . 33 M 41 ,n 181 181 187 ' 184 :!3 ' 184 184. Ill W.B.A. Decision ' NEW YORK (UPD-Cssslul Clay becama the first heavy weight champion to be stripped of his title by the World Boxing Association. " aataaat9)4)aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai BQWHSMG a J-B0WL ROUTE 46 '' 4t-IU rlN LANts r8 CANDLE rlN LANES rilST INSTALUTION IN THIS ST ATI .reVATIO NOW ItlMfJ T9M Caaaxay Maveaaiaii Peaa. tOTOWA l.yi)S PATEilSOIV IlECItEATION owii.xG rK.T:n notss ow KVMn ' BOWIIIS PRO IHOP OPIN IOWUN4J OAIIV SM IAST lit ST. NBMBa P.C.B.A. A II4A. MU. eVfSSI 22 21 2J 24 It 14 ' 2 30 10 31 31 ,33 31 35 14 34 19 41 . 41 54 17 172 171 171 171 179 179 170 171 L 14 24 25 .2 , '31 I.31" 32 12 17 41 4 !7 171 179 179 149 164 lei 164 147 147 il II

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