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C--TWO BRIDGEPORT SUNDAY POST, FEBRUARY 19, 1967 Palmer Battles Back for Tucson McKinney, Huebner Are Chairmen For Jets-Patriots Game Aug. 4 Two Fairlield men, Stewart McKinney of 44SO Congress street and Robert W. Huebner o! 20b Old Oaks road, have been named co-chairmen for the football game between the New York Jets and Boston Patriots, to be played Aug. 4 at 8 p.m. in John F. Kennedy Stadium. · Mayor Hugh C. Curran has agreed to serve as honorary chairman, it was announced by the Rehabilitation Center of Eastern Fairfield County, sponsor of the benefit game. '. Mr. McKinney is an executive with several Fairfield firms. He is president of Roy, Inc. and Auto tnterior Decorators, Inc.. and vice president of Fairfield Firestone and CMF Tires, Inc. He is a Republican state representative. Mr. Huebner is vice president o! the Southern New England Telephone company. Ewbank Here Monday Weeb Ewbank, head coach and general manager of the Jets, will be in Bridgeport Monday to meet officials of the Rehabilitation Center. While in the city, he will be honored at a Chamber of Com- pierce luncheon, meet community leaders, and be interviewed by Newspaper, radio and television reporters at a news conference. \ The noon luncheon will be at the Jewish Community Center, and the news conference will be 4t 3 p.m. in the Algonquin club. · Mike Holovak, head coach of (he Patriots, was scheduled to accompany Ewbank, but because t/t another commitment, will be unable to do so. The Patriots plan to send another representative. . Both coaches have said the beams' starters, including Jets' quarterback Joe Namath, are slated to play in the game. Extra 4eats will be added to Kennedy Stadium to hike the seating capacity to some 22,000. During last year's regular sea- 18th Hole Birdie Putt Saves Lead 25-Fooler Overcomes Bogeys on Kith And 17th STEWART MCKINNEY ;on. the Jets had a 6-6-2 record, ,vhile the Patriots were 8-1-2. The Jets appeared headed toward contention in the Eastern Division of the American Football League when they won (our of their first five games and tied the other. However, they floundered Ihe rest of the way while Boston began a move toward the division championship. Jets Stopped Patriots The Patriots had only to heat the Jets in New York in the f i n a l game Dec. 17 to clinch the title, but tost 3S-28. The Buffalo Bills went on to win the division crown. Namath was outstanding in the Hnal game, completing H of 21 passes for 287 yards. His running TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- Arnold Palmer overcame two straight bogeys with a 25-foot birdie putt o n ' t h e 18th hole Saturday to carry a four-stroke lead i n t o trie final round of Ihe SCO,000 Tucson Open Golf Tour nament. Palmer withstood some early third-round surges by several close pursuers after getting his errant p u t t i n g touch under con trol. He sank three hirdie putts on Ihe front nine, none longer than three fee!, and then added three consecutive bird putts beginning on the-13th hole, the longest a 20-footer on the IMh green. Bogeys on the 16th and 17th holes dropped liis lead to three strokes, where he had begun the day, but the birdit on the 18th hole gave him a 33-34--67 for a three-round total of 16-under-par 200. The 200 strokes tied the low Emmett Spillane's Sports Whirl The recently-organized American Basketball Association, with all-time great George Mikan as commissioner, will be a welcome addition to the structure of professional basketball, .according to New Haven Elms' general manager Herb Cables. Cables likens the addition of new big league to the iro cage ranks as a boon, such as pro football enjoyed a£- e r . t h e AFL came into existence. In that respect, it can e pointed out that the number of pro and semi-pro eagues has grown considerably since the advent of the AFL. . " ." As it now stands,'a young-man ompletcs his collegiate career inri (hen usually puts in his stint vith Uncle Sam. After that's over lis desire to continue on in sports is ordinarily slight. The expansion of professional ind semi-pro ball will'.help keep that interest active, with the re suit that there will be more play ers on all levels. team mates also excelled, with 5 f- ho| e r ? c ° rd _ ° t t l e . 196 J l ° ur Matt Snell gaining'124 yards and s h° l b V B ° b Gcalb y ln t h e San Emerson Boozer netting 117. In their other regular season game, the Jets and Patriots tied 24-24.. The Rehabilitation Center of Eastern Fairfield County is a non-profit, out-patient institution providing consultation in physical medicine, orthopedic evaluation, and physical, occupational, and speech and hearing therapy, as well as other services, to physically -handicapped children and adults. The Center is at 85 Park avenue, with an out-patient extension at 1234 Post road, Fairfield. Yale Team Outlasts Dartmouth Five, 71-61 · HANOVER, N.H. (AP)-- Dick Stoner and Ed Goldstone scored 13 points each to lead Yale to an 71-S1 victory over Dartmouth Saturday in ivy League basketball. \ Dartmouth led in Ihe early minutes but Yale gained a Slight scoring edge. The score s£e-sawed between both teams until mid-way in the second half when Stoner flipped in several shots from the floor to give Yale a decisive 51-40 lead. Yale kept the lead the rest ol the game as foul-plagued Dartmouth saw G-foot-7 center Gunnar Malm, the Indian's team captain, foul out. Yale is 8-3 in Ivy League play and 11-7 overall. Dartmouth is 1-10 in the Ivy and 7-14 overall. YALE DAR1MOUTH 6 T T O Johr.ion 2 6-7 10 Mifm Sloner 7 5-7 l?Coloan OalE 4 0-1 S S t b l f r d Wishes*! 2 0-0 J Flmsttr Gldilne 2 5 - 7 l?51uro£3 McCeKm 4 3-J 11 Dukt Foster 0 0.0 OWauah Shollen 0 0 - 0 0 Dun!o0 Ecblnian 0 (HI 0 Meal Molhlas Fchey Burin Total! IS 1? 33 71 Tolall F T 2 7-2 6 7 2J IS 0 1-2 5 1-1 II 0 2 - 2 . 2 j 2-3 12 1 0-1 2 3 0-0 A 0 0-0 2 1-? 0 0-0 0 0-0 Schedule, Standings Of Scholastic Teams Games Monday Stamford Catholic at TnimbuU Games Tuesday Ludlowe at Norwalk New Canaan at Warde Staples at Rlppowam Kennedy at Kolbe Blessed Sacrament at Christ the King · Games Wednesday St. Joseph at Seymour Games Thursday Fairfield Prep at Staples Masuk at Kolbe Wright Tech at Bullard Havens St. Thomas at Christ the King Games Friday Our Saviour at Christ the King FINAL MBIAC STANDING! Dartmouth 21 Fouled ou!: Dartmouth, MallrT 45--71 37--5) Falrliild Prep . Central Notre Dome Hordinq Bassfck Straltord B u n n e l l MHIOrd Low League 0 1A Ovtra ovira W. Total touls: Dsrlmoulh K, Yole IS. Attendance-- 1,900. Harvard Tops Brown ; CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) -Chris Gallagher scored 23 points to lead Harvard to a 92-77 victory over Brown in Ivy League basketball Saturday night. , The Crimson piled up an 11- foint edge a f t e r 16 minutes of play to gain a 37-25 lead which (hey never gave up. ' Brown pared the Harvard lead to six poinls wilh Iwo minutes left in Ihe game bul Jell G r a l e Set up two 3-point plays lo booit the Crimson lead lo 57-75. · Higher scorer for Brown was Dave Gale with 21. · Harvard i; 9-13 overall tor (he season while Brown i; S-13. Both teams are 2-9 in Ivy League play. FCIAC (Eailern Division) League o H o r w a l f c . . / ' E L 4 word? ;;:; 12 s \\ ford Cath 10 7 -- ~ New Canozn Dart 3 10 4 13 3 13 (Wijlern Division) Leo 3111 3M TECh Rid 3 :iild .... Masi* u o -- -12 J -- 11 5 -- -- t 10 -- -3 1 3 3 1 1 15 -- -- 1? 2 -- -9 5 12 9 5 -- Jot I Baric* ,, . . 3 1 1 -3 n -- OTHER AREA TEAMS Maple Leafs Top Bruins by 5-3 '; TORONTO (AP) -- Third-period goals by Jim Pappin and Tim Horton carried the Toronto lyiaple Lials past the Boston Bruins 5-3 in the N a t i o n a l Hock- tjy League Saturday night. · The victory, Iheir Ihird Straight, moved the Leafs four points ahead of Detroit in their battle for Ihe fourth and linal playoff spot. Pappin snapped a 3-3 tie a f t e r just 4;43 o! the final period. Horton then nailed down the triumph, f i r i n g the puck past Boston goalie Ed Johnston at 14:13. The Bruins got o!f to a f a s t start against Johnny Bower, scoring two goals in little more than seven minute; of the f i r s t period, but the Toronto goalit allowed Ihem only one goal the rest ol the way. Bullsrd-Hovenl ... St. J o s e o h ' s Kolbe . ChrJif tht K'n-j W. 1! . 10 . a 5 mith of Prep Vins 2 Events n Swim Meet Milford high school swimmers minated the 12th annual MBIAG dividual Swimming Champion- ips .yesterday, just as they did e recent MBIAC team cham- mships, by capturing six of the foot b i r d i e putt on the I6th. ·· . . ., . I T _ U _ i-_i.i ~t c.,« /"*;!.. t events-m the meet. The finals took place at the Diego open. "I didn't make any putts at all'on the first nine holes," said Palmer. "Some of the ones 1 missed were really short. "I've bsen driving particular ly well," said Palmer, although he hit three sand traps on the 7,200-yard par 35-36--72 Tucson National Golf Club Course. In second place, four strokes back, were Australian Bruce Crampton and Chuck Courtney of La Jolla. Calif. Courtney, who finished with a 33-35--68 for the day, scored the first double-eagle of the 1067 tour on the 520-yard, par-live No. 2 hole. His three-iron shot carried some 230 yards to the green where it hit the front edge, bounced twice and then- rolled some 50 feet into (He cup. The shot at Ih'at point tied him with Palmer, both at 11 under par. Crampton, with only one bogey over the 18 holes, carded four birdies on the front nine and added t h r e e ' m o r e on the final nine holes, the longest a 12- AP V/ircphoro TEAMWORK PAYS OFF--Chicago black Hawks goalie Denis Pejordy (30), lower left, gels all (he help he needs in preventing a score by the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden In New York yesterday.: Aiding the goatle ara Hawk teammates Dill Hay. (8), upper center, John Miszuk, on ice and Pat Staplcton (J2), In net, right. Ranger amid the scramble is Bob Nevln. Although this shot was slopped, the Rangers hit Ihe mark on olher occasions for a 4-1 victory In (he National Hockey League contest. Rangers Score Upset Over Black Hawks, 4-1 ridgeport YWCA, while the'pre- minary and semi-final races xk place at hehan Center, the Archbishop Fairfield Prsp swimmers which nished second to Milford in the earn championships, took three f the remaining five events in le meet last night. The other rst places went to Notre Dame nd Bunnell swimmers. John Smith of Fairfield Prep was the only double winner In the event with firsts In the. 160-yard individual; medley and the IM-yard breaststroke. Ed Becker and Steve Poole of liiford broke league records vhich they set East year. Becker von the 200-yard freestyle in :00.7, bettering his own mark of :01.4 which he set against Basick last year. Poole won the 100- ard butterfly in 58.2; His old year John Schlee of Sun Cily, Ariz., the 1966 rookie of the year, finished with a 54-hole total of 206, six strokes back, after being in a three-way tie with Crampton and Courtney. The long-driving Schlee hit his tee shot into the water on the treacherous I S t h - a n d came in with a double bogey six o n ' t h e 465-yard par-four hole. The more than 70-golfers can expect temperatures in the mid 70s and clear skies when they tee. off lor today's final round of the 72-hple tourney and a sho at the 512,000 top money. Arnold Palmtr 64-67-47-200 NEW YORK (AP) -- Slender* Phil Goyette scored the go- ahead goal and set up another lally as the New York Rangers snapped Chicago's 15-game unbeaten streak Saturday afternoon with a 4-1 victory over the National Hockey League lead- it's. The victory, first for the "Rangers in their last five starts, ended a siring of 11 victories and four lies for Chicago, last beaten on Jan 12. The Black Hawks, gunning for their first NHL championship, now lead second-place New York by 14 points. Goyelte broke a 1-1 lie early in the second period, finishing off a three-on-one break. Bob Kevin fed Goyelle'to the right of Ihe Hawks' cage and Ranger center beat' goalie Denis DeJordy with a high back-hah- Joe Mullaney Named As All-Star Mentor ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.-- (UP1) Providence Coach Joe Mullaney will head the North basketball team In the April 8 North-South all-star game hero It was announced Saturday. Bob King, coach of New Mexico,.will direct the South. . Game sponsors also 5ald selection of the college seniors tn play In Ihe game would.begin soon. The game Is for the benefit ot the Institute of Logopedlci In Wichita, Kan. It will be played in New Mexico's 15,000-seat arena." ' ' ,rue* · Cramplon Chuck Courlnfy · .. Rod Funs«1n. . John Schlee Randy Glover Chorlle SWord Dick Hart Dave Stockton ..... . Paul Bondeion _ ,,i Cnr- _lrowr, Bob Bowen, Alevt Pr*p; 3. BunnHI; 4. Stralford. nark was 58.8, set last against Jonathan Law. ) mEdliy rcTny--1. MI I lord (Roi Mlfct ~ ' ~ f t ; 3. T--1:25.3. 200 freestyle--1, Ed Bicker (Ml; 2. s rnnV BcrCn (FP); 3. Dave Grnham ( S ) f t. Rich Bowen (Ml. T--2;C0.7 rev; riecrd [old record J:OM.) 60 trd-nlylfr- 1. 5oft Brinnnn ( M l ? ?. Bob Hayes (FP); 3. Alan Collins (O; 4. Mlkft Wolf [FP. T--30-0. 1«K individual rricfiev--'- Jo^n SmlHi IFP); J, Charles Hat]«t (H); 3. Joe Sin^ ch!i ( F P ) r i. CoL/rt Milton (j). T--1:^4.1. Diving--1. Craig Kav (Ml; 1. Terry R'ch (M); ,1. Gerold Tomlinson (Bu); 4. Rob;rl Schietil (Bu). 23^40 palnli n*w :rord (o'd 'ftorfl TJS.S5). IM bu1l«rflv--l. Sieve POD'* (W; 1. ChucV Btrke. (PP); 3. Bob Bowen (Ml; 1. J * f f GaynOr (Sit!. T--S8.2, n«w record (old record i!.8). 100 frets!vie--1. Qob Hayes (^P); 2. Ed Choflee tBu); 3. Afon Co'Uns [O; t. Davs Dennehv fFPi. T--i'.B, 100 'cacVslroVf--1. Tnm Bcollv (Eul; 3. Ptler Brawlev (FP); 3, Ron Caren UM: -i. John Currv (8ul. T--I:0i3. J60 frmlvie--1. fan O'NUi (HO); 2- K-n Ferenck (SI; 3. Vinc«nl Hunn'hon (FPt; A. Work ClcNotVl (FPV T--*:S2.9, IM brcwlstroVe--1. John Smith (FP); II 2. Fro-* Ko'onn (Bui; 3. Jlr P n u l e i (FPl; J. P*l«t Ro^nick SV T--1:10.1. J« 'rccslvlt relay-- K MUforol {Crai Key. Ed Bic^T, Rlth Boiven, Bob Br«i nonl; 1, Stratford; 3. Prep; 4. DunneIL T--,VJS J. Birl Greens ... Bob Harris .... Dole Dnuglass . BabS Hiskey .,, Ofck C--av;ford , Dav* Marr .... Oov* H i l l '.Try Mov/ld3 . Darrell Hlrkok 111 O?drn .... MH!(r'Bnrher . Bob Charles x-Erf Updegr ~ y Wllrojf Gearge A r c h e r John Cook Chris Bretkir Beb Ford ; Rogrr Oln^b'rg Lmi Grahom Joe Campbell Pels Srov/n Jfm Colb?rl . , Homero G'ancoj Sob Johnssn DfcV Lylls Jim Wr*ch(n Joi Corr Joe Toylor MiVe FechlcV; Jim Ferrltr RtK B o K l « r ]r , Frank Btard Harold Hennlng ^... Jerry McC-t* erry Sfee'smllh -67-7164--204 (7-tt-tt-204 71-6S6S--203 71-i4-67-2C6 63-77-67--207 -.. 6V-70-6?--208 73 67-67--70? 73-63-63-20? 10-47-72-202 72-SS-71--209 7D-67-71--210 6V-73-69--211 7OS7-72--211 71-71-70--212 70-71-71--212 67-72-71--212 73-71-63--212 72-71-6?--212 73-7^4S--213 766V4?--21J 72-73-49--213 70-7271--213 7770-73-713 6?-6875_2l3 77-72-70--2U 72-73-S?--214 73-7361-214 72-70-72-214 de'r. Later in the period Goyette stole the puck from Matt Ravel- ich behind the Chicago net and passed to Donnie Marshall, al- Dne in Iront. Marshall's backhand shots slipped into the far corner 'ol the net; boosting the lead to 3-1. ' " . Earl Ingarfield's first goal In 28 games closed out the scoring early in the third period. Kenny Wharram's 25th goal, a deflection" 61 a P a t ' Stapleton pass, gave the tfawks an early edge bul Reg Fleming tied it 1- f less than two minutes later, tapping Harry Hawaii's rebound past DeJorday. New York goalie Ed Giacomin turned away 24 Chicago shots vhile DeJordy handled 20. Norwalk Group Top Early Entry In CSBA Tourney The Norwalk Firestone team is among the early entries registered lo compete in the Connecticut Stale Bowling Associa- lion ten pin chainpionship tournament. This year's event, sanctioned by the American Middle Street Tops North End To Capture Title The Middle Street Boys' Club captured the championship ol the Connecticut Boys' Clubs · State League, by defeating North End, 4940, yesterday on the North End hardwood. The Middle Street cagers were hard pressed all the way by the lustling North Enders. The win ners enjoyed a slim 22-19 lead a lalftime and maintained theii three point bulge, at the end o the third period, 32-29. Willie Moore paced the Middle Street effort -with 23 markers' and also was the leading rebbunder for his team. Jimmy Medina added 15 points to the Middle Street Seagren Breaks Pole Vault Mark With 17-3 Leap CLEVELAND (AP) -- Bob Seagren broke his own world's indoor pole vault record with a leap ol 17-3 Saturday at the 27th annual K n i g h t s of Columbus track meet. Seagren, who set the indoor mark of 17-2 Jan. 28 at Albuqu orque, N.M., missed On the first try but made it on the second as the crowd of 5,551, roared its approval, The 21-year-old University of Southern California sophomore held the'K of C mark of 17%, set last year. M a d e l i n e Manning of Tennessee State led Roberta Picco and Marie Mulder set the pace in the women's 880-yard run, then passed them both on the last half lap.to win in 2:10.7. . . . It w a s . t h e fastest.time ever recorded for the women's 880 on a 12-!ap track. Miss Manning, , a former Regarding the Eastern League .ituation, Cables pointed out lha the loop has been active for 21 years and managed to survive the threat posed by the.now de American Basketbal . ,, some of the better one arc settled in good positions am would consider embarking on pro basketball career as too muc of a gamble. Although some'of the. younge players will probably go into th luncl league. Even ABA. their places will be fille by those who see an opportunii to make some extra money whi maintaining full-time jobs. The fact that the Easter League remains a healthy o eration can be judged by th number of applications for franchises, which include Providence, Springfield, Schenectady a n d Pittsfield. While some of the league officials are in favor of expansion, others have indicated a preference for tabling the applications until an existing franchise might want to switch sites. ^ * * * total. Greg Gardner and CIeo p Hill tallied ten points apiece for the North End team. Middle Street finished the season with a perfect 9-0 record while North End showed a'Ji-4 mark. MIDDLE ST. NORTH END G F P G P P Medina 6 3 ISKnlahl 2 1 j Moore 10 J 2-IBlunl. J 1 ? SumrncrvilfE 0 0 OHiU 3 i 10 McA.hsUr 3 0 AlubacV Lewis o 0 f)3arfln!ch Tale Cleveland high school girl, let Roberta and Marie fight it out and caught them during the last 75 yards. . Her lime broke 1 the record ol 2:12 set in 1965.by Abby Hofl- man of the Toronto Track Club. Miss Picco, of Toronto's Don Mills Track Club, finished second in 2:11.4, ahead of the thirc place Miss Mulder, a 17-year-old high school girl running for Sports International. Ergas Leps o[ the Toronto Track Club and Dave Patrick o Villanova, who ran the f i r s t sub four-minute mile of the curren season Friday night, b a t t l e d - i n the 1,000-yard run, with Lep pulling ahead at the last lap and winning in 2:14.8. Patrick, who did a 3:59.3 mil at the New York Athletic Clu Games, took the lead f o r ' t w laps but- the Canadian spurte Alter last year's b a n n e r crop of 31 rookies, the American League office foresees anotner bright harvest in 1957. Boston, which came up with Joe Foy and George Scott, has another good one in centerfielder Reggie Smith. White Sox catcher Duane Josephson made John Romano available for trade; Kansas City has outfield -hopefuls in Rick Monday and . Reggie. Jackson; New York is counting 'on Bill Robinson; and the Orioles have ree phenoms in pitcher Tom hoebus, inlielder Mark Belang- and slugger Mike Epstein. * * * Former 'Ludlowe high and Yale hlete Charlie Skubas is now =socialed with the ;Philo Smith, andstreet and company ol tamford as an insurance stock nalyst trainee. The severe ankle injury which ampered Skubas 1 football career t Yale caused .him to 'receive a ledical discharge from HIP po added 14 as Centra! upended orwalk in tourney, 55-52. Y Sportsmen bombed New aven Y, 104-61, as Gus Seaman nd Jim Banas .each scored 22 points...Joe Uzarski, Bob Wol- ert and Ed Gee boosted Redmen ver Danielson, 112-98... Marco Polo Explorers of East Haft/ord elted Redmen, 80-69, despite ' tan Geter's IS points...Seaman netted 24 points as Y Sportsmen eat Madison Motors, 'SO-G4... iassick tripped Sikorsky, 55-41, Dusty league as Yogi Balog tal|ied 18 points, and Lycoming humped Dictaphone, G7-37, « Gee and Frank DeLuca flashed.. City Supply edged Tisdale's, G2-59, -behind Ron Shimko and John Bike, and. Black Rock res-, taurant topped Madison Motors, GO-53, behind Jim Banas in Y House league playoffs. ..First Hungarian Reformed trouriced First Methodist, 71-37, as George Wright and Cai Sutlilfe paced their respective teams in' Church league. · Phil Tarasovic led St. John ACR over St. George Albanian,' 71-53: SumerlieiH routed Salem Lutheran, 77-38. as Beiv nett starred; and Lordship Community nipped Greek Holy Trinity, 35-38, behind Jim McMillan. In other games, First Hungarian ran its winning streak to 12 games with 76-48 conquest o! Sumincrfield as A] Kavalecz tallied 20 points; Greek Holy Trinity shaded St. George, 40-44, despite Bob Flynn's 25 points; Larry Kopchik paced. St: John ACR over First Methodist, 64-57; and Don Caterson led Salem over Lordship, 54-38. Fairleigh-Dickinson clipped Bridgeport, 87-73, despite 23 points by Harry Peters... As- Nebraska Triumphs Over Iowa bv 76-65 AMES, Iowa ( A P ) -- Nebraska, down as much ai ten points in tiie f i r s t h a l f , oulscorcd Iowa Stale 25-fi a( the mrl of Ihp ond stanza for a 76-65 Big Eight Conference b a s k e t b a l l victory Saturday. A basket by Don Ziigler and lour free throws were ,ill the Cyclones could muster during the first 121$ minutes a f t e r intermission as t h e Huskers roared from a 42-40 deficit to a 65-48 advantage. Iowa Slate's Don Smith, the league's leading scorer scored 22 points for a career total of 1,COO points. He is f i r s t junior to hit that plateau since Chimberlin did it in 195S. The Huskers, now 7-2 in the league and 13-6 over-all, were paced by Nate Branch with 28 points and S t u a r t Lantz wilh 24 Can adieus Shade Red Wings, 3-2 MONTREAL (AP) -- Goalie Rogatin Vachon, making his [irst N a t i o n a l Hockey League start, turned aside 41 Octroi shots as the Montreal Canadien edged Ihe slumping Rid Wing 3-2 S a t u r d a y night on second period goals by Claud* Laroj and Dave Balon. The victory left Montreal f i v e points behind the second-place Now York R a n j e r s while the Red Wings' third, straight loss droppfd them four points behind Toronto in the battle for the fourth and final playoff spot. Vachon, recalled recently from Houston of the Central Geofoe Clark MH Emmonj , Rov Pace Jack MtGownn Je6rg( Bayer S I S v E Ooctrmon Lorry 2«g'«r II .SDorr* . se Goniafts Hammer Bin Er.nkM Jori GolrfSlrord Dan K ' f l n Larry Mo"(yry ... 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Athletics Overcome Orcult Cagers, 4(5-35 NEW HAVEN - The Athletic defeated Ihe Orcutt State lean 46-35, last night in the New Have Areni in the preliminary game the New Haven-Ailentown Ea'ster League game. 0 0 OP n o o Bowling Congress, will run tor four weekends in April at the Bridgeport Bowl-O-Rama. The N o r w a l k quintet is an outstanding 970 average team, spearheaded by Joe Uikaszew- ti and Bobby Snell, two of e slatfe's highest ranking keg- rs. Both are natives of Stam- rd, bowl left-handed, carry entical 202 averages and have ,e distinction of winning the ale all-events scratch title. Lukaszewski set an all-time .cord last year in Hartford ilh a n i n e - g a m e score of 19D4 id Snell won the crown in 196-1 · hen the New Haven Bowling ssociation hosted the lourney n Derby, It should come as no ivprise then that both are earned up for Ihe Stale cknbtes 0" 0 OV. r . La n salon 0 0 0 vent this vear. A little known fact is that lie all-events scratch champion epresents the state in the ABC lasters tournament in which e will compete against the «a- ion's top name bowlers. Thus, Lukaszewski is all set for his xpense-paid trip to Miami, Fla. he site of this year's ABC Masers. His t r a v e l i n g .companion vill be the lovely Mary Riley of Norwalk, and they will have completed a week's honeymoon n the Florida sunshine by the time the competition begins on April 20. State Tournament Director John Kamenitsky urges contest ants to register early in order to get their first choice start ing limes. Housatonic College Team Beats Norwalk The Housalonic Community Basketball Club, led by Gary Kurimsky and Winston Davis, defeated Norwalk Community College, 86-79, recently in Norwalk. K u r i m s k y and Davis, who combined to tally 50 points, also had strong support from Ron Reed, who notched 15. Dave Folk (20). Allen Scott (19), Bob Murray (17), and Andy Herzing (15), did most of tie scoring for Norwalk. Housalonic. which led by Iwo points at h a l f lime, opened the second hall by scoring 12 straight points and was never seriously threatened from then on. ahead at the gun lap and won b two yards. Patrick finished 2:15.2, In the 600-yard run, Thero Lewis of Baton Rouge, La., le all the way to win in 1:12. Lewis, indoor record holder Ihe 440 (47.1) finished two yard ahead of second place Kent Be nard of the Baltimore Olymp Club. Willie Davenport easily be the field in the 50-yard high hu dies wilh a winning time o f ' S seconds. It equalled his me record last year and was Iw tenths of a second ahead of E Hall of Villanova a n d , Charl Lemon of Western Michigan. Lennox Miller of the University of Southern California took the 50-yard dash in 5.3 and Jane Burnett of the Sports I n t e r n a - ional Club swept the women's 50 in 5.9. Ed Roberts of the Baltimore Army, and he plans to atteric raduate school at NYU on a art-time basis. . TV * * The championship game ot the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference will be played Friday night at 8 o'clock in the Me- Mahon high gym In Nnrwalk, It was announced by commissioner Jack Lockery. Rippowam and Notwalk, the two division champions, will each he allocated 600 tickets, while the principals of all FCIAC schools will receive five tickets. Faculty and coaches' passes will not be honored. * * umplion ripped -.Faiffield,- 61-5!'; 'ilh .Pedro Tagatac. netting 16 Mints for 'Stags. ..Quinniplte outed Hillyer, 109-68. as Frank 'ieira tallied 38 points...Peters etted 31 points as Bridgeport beat Yeshiva, 75-65. .-'.Falrfield napped nine-game losing streak vith S2-S8 triumph overAmericsn nternational as Frank McGowan pumped in 30 points...Bridgeport wept season series wilh Fair- ield with 59-58 victory as Charlie Jessup tallied 16 Purple Knight points...Vieira scored 44 points as Quinnipiac mauled Durfee Tech, 107-64...Brooklyn College :opped Fairlield, 81-77, with Mike Mullen and Art Pavluvcik sparking Stags' attack. * * * TWENTY YEARS AGO: Lou Saccone and George Poulos paced Central over Harding, 5231, to annex city and county cage honors...Yosh Rynkiewicz flashed as Bassick whipped Ludlowe-, 41-22...Middle Street Boys' club 85-pounders defeated St. Helena'.!; parochial team, 16-12;' in Madison Garden game as Nick Vancho scored eight points, Ernie Petriic- cianno added four and Cominael and Bolden completed the scoring. ..Bridgeport Brass won its f o u r t h straight second-round game, 53-28, in YMCA Industrial league as Len Cocco and Bill Sheehy sparkled. George Fasulas The raised Housatonic's Olympic ted all Ihe way in the 440-yard run and beat off a last lap "challenge hy Butch Bell of American University to win in 45.3 it was Ihe first lime a 440 was run in the K of C meet. Community College L e a g u e record to .1 wins and 1 loss. The leant has home games scheduled against ' N o r w a l k a n d Middlesex Community Colleges on Feb. 24 and March 10, respectively. Norwolk G P Pis II 7 2? Korloll S 5 IS Folk 7 7 21 Cunirping; 2 J 7 Htrrlng 0 2 2 icdtl 3 0 eU'jrrev n 0 0 irrinslan 3 o « s o n « ~ 0 0 O W a f b J r g . \\sien Ssrklty 1 24 ti St. Joseph's Defeats Wake Forest by 79-CG WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) -- St. Joseph's handed WAke Forest its sixth straight loss, 7366. in an intersectional basketball game here Saturday. In doing so, the Hawks from Philadelphia snapped a four- game losing slreak for themselves, which began two weeks ago wilh their 66-65 loss to David.-on at Charlotte, N.C. The Hawks now are 14-9 overall while Wake Forest of the A t l a n t i c Coast Conference is 714. Wake Forest was. charged with 27 turnovers and St. Joe 22. N a i r a g a n s e l t Brewing company ,'ill sponsor Boston Red Sox baseball games on radio and television again this summer. A total of 151 games will be on radio and 56 contests will be televised to the New England states. Nine spring training games will be broadcast and one spring tilt will be televised. ]?67 marks the 23rd year on radio and 18th on television for Bosox-Gansett hookup, with a lolal of 44 radio stations anc eight television outlets' carrying the games in Ihe six-state area. * * .* TEN YEARS AGO: Bob Me Cone's field goal in the final 20 seconds gave Bullard-Havens a 3?-37 edge over Ludlowe...Lud lowe also bowed to Wnrde, 89-56 as Dick Dakai tallied 21 points.. Joe Yasinski and George Wine combined for 50 points as Central tamed Warde, 70-56...Bill Decelle netted 20 points to spark Milford's 53-51 upset over Harding... Stratford whipped Bassick, 6S-53, to cop District champion' and Hank Gavlik paced Chance Vought over Alcoa, 42-26, and General Electric whipped Dictaphone, 48-26, as Lou Vescey and Augie 'Lacavalle starred...John Wilson and Bill Sheehy combined or 4 points as Lenox routed B r i s t o l Tramps, 87-56...Jim Mackift and Muzzy Spalluto led Springwoods over Naugatuck Zephyrs, 62-50...Vln , Capocfttti and Bert DeForest each scored 12. points as Bullard-Havens nip- pfid the Alumni, 72-70...Newfields downed FUchburg, 63-58, as Mickey Homa tallied 21 points...Lefty Hriu and Georgft Tarasovic led St. John Cathedral over the Old Timers, 47*18, with Jim Terlop pacing tha losers... Torrinpton Howards trounced Springwoods, 72-48. with Hank ship as Dick Ross starred...Joe Dunn fired in 33 points as Fairfield Prep crushed Cross, 72-54... In CIAC Class A tourney, Stratford gained second rating, Fair- lielrt Prep was seventh, Millord ranked tenth, H a r d i n g was 13th and Central rated 15th...Strat- ford edged New Britain, 77-72, in first tourney test as Ted Robinson tallied 20 points...Yasinski notched 20 points and Don Cam- Gavlik topping the Springwood).. Mickey Homa starred in Newfields' 65-62 triumph over Syracuse Nationals. Homa and Jack Bowden accounted for 48 points as Newfields downed Worcester, 91-66, in New England leapie playoffs...Fred Mclnlosh scored 19 points as Harding trounced Norwalk, 55-34...Hillhouse tamed Stratford, 4S-30. despite Don Costello's 15 points...Joe O'Connell and Gene Fitzsimmons starred as St. Mary's of New Haven tip- set Fairfield Pr«p, 46-31, with Tom Kealey pacing the Preps- Sailors on leave In Singapore may buy more.

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