The Morning Herald from Uniontown, Pennsylvania on October 19, 1966 · Page 13
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PAGE 14 - UNIONTOWN, PA., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER II, UN FINEST FLANKER Coach Hank Stram of the Kansas City Chiefs says Otis Taylor. 23. is the finest flanker prospect to come to the American Football League since Lance Alworth. THE MORNING HERALD Area Bowling News Skilled Technicians are always in demand Enroll Now In One of These Interesting and Profitable Fields Please Send Me Information DAY and EVENING REGISTER NOW Limited Enrollment Easy Payment Plan DRAFTING ELECTRICITY WELDING VETERAN APPROVED PHONE 438 - 4568 Fayette Institute of COMMERCE and TECHNOLOGY, INC. W. Kerr St. Uniontown Name Street City Ph "Serving The Technical Nteds of the Tri - State Area for the Past 19 Years" Mixed League, Oct. 13 - Ralph Eberly tallied a 540 high series ana m nign men s single. Jess Adkins came in with a 522 and George Arnold a 192 for second place for the men. Jean Rizzo tallied a 499 high set for the women and her 200 was second high single. Mary Adams posted a 201 high single and she tied with Wanda Corodi at 469 for runnerup honors in the three game scoring Uniontown Country Club Women's League, Oct. 13 Claire (abler came up with the high scoring efforts, a 510 set and 203 single. Jeanne Romesburg flipped a 506 and Sallie Semans had a 192 for second place. Republic Steel Corn. League Oct. 14 High series (men): L. Keed 576, W. Catncv 544. High single (men): A. Higginboth - am 220, L. Bolender 202. High series (women): Mrs. W. Lvnn 499, Mrs. J. Connor 475. High single (women): Mrs. M. Kelly isi. Mrs. a. Higinbotnam. Stacked Deck League. Oct. 14 High series: Elmer Yowler 527, John Evans 498. High single: Yowler 198. Evans 189. High average: Evans 168. Standings: Queens lead by three games. FAIRBANK CENTER Harford notched a 453 and Irma Tolnai a 178 for second high totals. Thursday League, Oct. 13 Mid Harford scored the high series total of 530 and had a 191 second high single. Ginger Wellington's 213 was the high single and Louise Stanislaw rolled a 499 second high set. STATE RECREATION Timber Mixed League, Oct. 2 Andy Sepski used a 519 to win series scoring honors and had a 204 second high single. Lee Yow ler s 207 was the high single and his 487 second high series. Jo Hill jumped ahead in the women's scoring with a 486 set ana 184 single. Marge Lutz nabbed second place with a 451 and IM. Merchant League, Oct. 3 Steve Uram fired a 658 scries and tied with Leo Hamborsky for the high single, each hitting 279 games. Jess Dayton's 645 the second high series. Kus - ko's remains in first place. Timber Mixed League. Oct. 9 Andy Sepski rolled a 502 series and 192 single to lead the scoring parade. Lee Yowler hit a 447 and Andy Marmol a 174 for second place. Betty Sangston was the women's leader with a Thursday League. Oct. 6 474 and 173. Eleanor Mvers hit Shirley Pastor was victor with a 406 and Jo Hill a 165 for sec - Mio series and 18d single. Mid ond place. LAUREL LANES St. Therese Women's League, uct. a Kegina Monica rolled a 421 high series and 174 high sin gle. Dolores Rhodes was second with a 412 and 147 combination. St. Therese Women's League. Oct. 12 - Regina Mollica's 445 set ana 180 single was ahead of the tieia. Her 175 was the second best single while Mildred Fergu son hit a 390 second high series. Hurricane League, Sept. 20 High series: Jackie Sai Ann Bierer 374. High single: Edith Pryor 160, Saghy and Eva Tempie 14. Hurricane League. Sent. 27 wan uergeiy 384, Kay Sampey 370. High single: Gergely 147 ana m. Hurricane League. Oct. 4 High series: Phyllis Sickles 440. Pat Hase 420. High single: Mary benningnott 170, Ann JBierer 167. Mondalek's League. Oct. 6 High series: Owen Silbaugh 551. Carmen Polito 520. High single: Silbaugh 211, Polito, 196. Standings: Rocks lead by 2 games. St. John's Mixed League, Oct. 16 High series (men): H. Schuessler 475, J. Christovich 451. High single (men): Schuessler 195, Christovich 193. High series (women) T. Ciarochi 428, E. DiMarco 418. High single (women): Ciarochi 160. 11. Mur - tha 157. French Horse Makes No Mistakes; Wins Rich United Nations Meets B ENCH ANTER By FRANCIS DeCARLO UTOALD - STANDARD SPORTS WRITER TOO E. Fayette St. PHONE 438 - 2551 Open Daily 8 A.M. 'til 6 P.M., Friday 'til 9 P.M. Saturday Regular Hours Uniontown E3B1 fir$ton I P, TRUCK TIRES t(S2for $4600 I JHaSKy S36 per par Fed. Excise tza jij0'hTsireimil LOW PfUCED! 1 FRONT FLOOR MAT 6 - Q - 326 DOOR - TO - DOOR Heavy duty molded rubber Fits most cars full contour Black, white, red, blue, green $1.44 POWERFUL SEARCHUGHT BEAM 99 (1.95 luh EACH each ll SUIT TIRE NO MONEY DOWN LET US PUT THEM ON TODAY.Take Months To Pay 1 TRACTI0NAIRE WINTER TIRES 1 H TUBELESS BLACKWALLS 2 for $32 j Has $4.40 (7.50 - 14) or $4.42 (&70 - 15) ! .. Fed. excise tax per P3 A'j. LLLv C HnHM II 7!iri5 (ai545) 2 for $35 Hfe KJ NNPNN S NNvNNI NNB pius $4.72 (s.oo - h) or $4.70 (7.10 - 15) mm WM Wm HE NH NJ ttH Fed. excise tax per pair ff WBl HE NbLKW 8.50 - 14(8.55 - 14) , .JO Hi mmm run Jmw . 7.60 - 15(8.45 - 15) iur mg$ II W m mm & 2 for $45 i SSI HPLbsb H fLLM Ptus $5.56 Fed. excise tax per pair Syl I I whitewalls add 500 ;z uM All prices plus taxes and 2 trade - in L Bits from here and there ... We read of this haDDenine many times, but can't remember witnessing it before. The officials workine the Uniontown - Laurel Hishlands .lav - vee contest Monday night came away with red faces. With the Mustanes in possession on the UHS 4. I,H nnarter. pacK Larry riencKie maae a beautitul lake to fullback Bob bmitley into the line. Wnen tne Haider defeDders swarmed all over Smitley, the officials blew the whistle and began searching through the line of humanity for the non - existent pigskin while Mustang halfback Terry Ryland went dashing down the sidelines with the ball safelv tucked under his arm. Ryland was eventually tackled at the UHS two. but fn nn avail. The officials had blown the play dead and the ball was remrnea 10 tne uhs 37 ana smitley was credited with an 11 - yard gain, even though he didn't have the ball. No criticism of the officials is intended. The play had everyone fooled. As one wag m the pressbox put it . . . "That's what haDDens when the nuarterback eets too eond with the fake." The game itself was a good one. We witnessed both of these teams several times, likewise the Uniontown Junior High eleven. It's a shame the stands are virtually empty for most of these contests. Local fans are missing some good action. You'd be surprised at the fine brand of football displayed by the under - graauaie teams. BB Look for a pro fight show at the North Laurel High School auojiorium on or aDout wov. 3. Jacic itodgers, uniontown's 8th ranked light heavyweight contender, will top the card. Speaking of Rodgers, his big feature debut originally slated xor last inursaay in ntisDurgn s uvic Arena, nas been pos poned until at least mid - November. The bout between Buster Mathis and Dick Greatorex caused the difficulty when the latter reportedly suffered an injury. Mathis' manager Cus D'Amato has other ideas though. He claimed it's all Dart of a Dlot bv the New York bnxine heirarchy to make it difficult for his boxer to get good fights. If this be the case, and Don Elbaum matchmaker for the Pitts burgh show is aware of the situation, then local battler Rodgers 111 iur a luugu ume. Elbaum serves as Rodgers' adviser and D'Amato manages light heavyweight champion Jose Torres. Anv strained relations between Elhaum and TVAmatn m prolong or even prohibit a title meeting between Rodgers and BB Word out of Lone Island's Nassau Cniintv is that fnrmer Albert Gallatin gridder Kevin Myers has won a starting berth on the C. W. Post College eleven. myers, an ouensive guard, from brmthfield, is an accounting major at the liberal arts and sciences colleee. The K - l. 210 - pounder was a regular on Gene Franks Jr.'s unbeaten uoioniaj eleven last year. A bit of nonsense . . . New York Knickerbockers' rookie Wayne Molls owns a collegiate scoring record that few, if any, collegiate players can equal or better ... He attended Chicago Teachers' College and then Lewis College and holds the game scoring records at both schools and in both instances set the marks against the other restitution. . . . While at Chicago Teachers' he scored 41 points against Lewis and while at Lewis he hit for 38 against Chicago Teachers'. Bv TED MEIER Associated Press Sports Writer YONKERS, N.Y. (AP) - Ro - quepine, a 5 - year - old mare from France, who just missed in the $100,000 Roosevelt International last July, didn't make any mistakes Tuesday night at Yonkers Kaceway ana won tne $iuu,wu united Nations iTot. The French mare, off the 7 - 5 favorite from the No. 1 post position, dogged the pace setting wooie victory lor tne nrst mue, then rushed into the lead and outgamed Speedy Rodney of the unuea states tne last time around in the 1 - inile harness racing classic. At the finish. RoaueDine. owned by Henri Levesque of Beauzeville la Bastile, France and driven bv Jean - Rene Gougeon, held a three - quarters of a length margin over Speedy Rodney who was trying to win the event for the second straight year. Third, another three - quarters of a length away, came Earl Laird, also of the United States. Short Stop, another French entry, was fourth, a length back of Earl Laird. Speedy Rodney, who was the morning line favorite, broke stride at the finish and was disqualified from second and nlaced fourth with Earl Laird moving up to second and Short stop up to tnira. RoaueDine. who became the favorite at the first change of the odds, trotted the Vh miles in 3:06 1 - 5. with a blazing iast quarter in 0:29 4 - 5 effectively holding off the opposition. She paid ?4.8U, w.w ana w.w. aari Laird, driven bv Jimmy Cruise. paid $4.60 and $4.20 while Short Stop, driven by Billy Haughton, returned $3.80 to show. Now Another Monk Meyer Sparks The Black Knights RECORD HIGH The country's commercial fish ing industry reached a record high $440 million in 1965, a 13 per cent increase over the pre vious year. The shrimp harvest toppea ail otner species with a catch valued at $82.6 million. Save As Never Before . . . PRE FALL SALE! OF OUR FAMOUS KELLY FARM TRACTOR TIRES MONK MEYER JR. Blanda Still Pitching Alter 1 i Fro seasons HOUSTON. Tex. (AP) - The youngsters may have to wait a long time before George Blanda, 17 - year - old veteran of pro football, decides to call it quits. In his first exhibition eame for the Houston Oilers this sum mer, Blanda passed for 144 yards and two touchdowns, kicked four field eoa s and kick ed two extra points as the Oil ers beat Oakland, 26 - 17. Blanda is crowding 40, in age that is. SEA CREATURES Four - eved fish. Dresumed to be the rarest of all sea creatures, have been captured off the coast of Oregon and are now under observation to determine whether they are freaks of nature or members of a distant and unknown genus. WEST POINT, N.Y. - (NEA) Hardly anyone noticed the 137 - pound plebe who . said he wanted to play halfback. This was back in 1933 and there weren't many positions open on the Army Plebe (freshman) team. At 5 - 10, 137 pounds, Charles Robert (Monk) Meyer didn't even rate a pair of foot, ball shoes. He had to write.his high school coach for a pair. A year later, Monk Meyer was a reserve halfback on the varsity team. The Army Athletic Association found him a pair of shoes. And in 1935 well, Monk Meyer was one of the best backs in the East. By 1936, he was an All - American. This season, there is another Monk Meyer on the Army roster. His father is now a brigadier general serving in Viet Nam. Monk Meyer Jr. never had to to worry about football shoes. Coaches don't usually overlook. 6 - 3, 200 - pound linebackers. . Originally, young Monk was an end, but was switched to linebacker as a sophomore' and lettered at that position last year, playing alongside Town - send Clarke, an All - American candidate. This year Monk Jr. and Clarke are back. Army is an improved football team and linebacking is one of the reasons. Another Monk Meyer is carving a place for himself at West Point. Classified Ad Starts Jockey On His Way MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - A classified advertisement in . a Miami newspaper started a Hialeah youngster on his riding career. 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