The Evening Times from Sayre, Pennsylvania on February 17, 1969 · Page 9
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PAGE NINE THE EVENING TIMES, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1969 Sayre, Athens, South Waverly. Pa.f and Waverly, N.Y. Saturday's Times Scores The Canny Scot' 'Andy' Kerr, Ex-Colgate Grid Coach, Dies at 90 Insurance Is Our Business BIRD SUHR AGENCY Bird Sumner Frank Doyle Harlan William Four Licensed Agents and Over 75 Years of Accumulated Experience In the Insurance Industry. his abdominal aorta. VALLEY BIG SIX MEN Ned Brooks, Brooks Bulldozing Tom Madigan, Evening Times Sam Jerome, Uhl's TV Willie Travis, Bill's Pro Shop Dave Wiggins, Nick & Fritz Al Bensley, Happy Four ACKLEY 12 3 Tot. 182 234 230 667 223 232 192 647 218 235 193 646 198 252 186 636 212 224 190 626 210 223 193 626 MEN , 1 257 WOMEN 12 3 Tot. 184 203 212 599 i 194 208 183 585 . 222 136 200 558 214 ' 170 173 557 215 164 175 554 Travel Service Tom Lute, Sayre Engine Co. No, VALLEY BIO FIVE - Hilda Canzler, Steck's Jewelry Eva Havens, Misses Mary Douglas, Mint Chevrolet Nila Hettich, Almost First Dot Johnson, Arnold's Rollers S.Hammond 198 180 198 576 349 350 369 1068 L. Vanderpool .... 187 172 200 559 R. Shaver 144 154 165 463 331 326 365 1022 P. Tomkins 167 120 182 469 J. Chacona 165 166 169 500 332 286 351 969 P. Strope 168 184 193 545 T. Haynes 179 140 125 444 357 324 318 989 J. Frandsen 160 166 152 478 L. Ayres 147 137 137 421 307 303 289 899 H. Anderson 163 219 166 548 J. Buckingham ... 162 199 189 550 325 418 355 1098 J. Zepkowski 182 181 169 532 R. Jones ... 139 128 142 409 321 309 311 941 J. Piatt 179 148 160 487 L. Schrader 142 177 162 482 321 325 323 .969 7 P.M. S. Robertson 133 155 190 478 F.Nichols 199 175 212 586 332 330 402 1064 L. Barrone 184 171 156 511 T. Rupp 160 204 166 530 344 375 322 1041 L. Rumpff 146 155 152 453 D. Moss 234 179 186 599 380 334 338 1052 E. Porter 154 201 121 476 J. Mullins 177 194 220 591 331 395 341 1067 C. Brainard 201 184 150 535 J. Truesdale 181 139 136 4561 382 323 286 991 J. Shay 147 175 187 509 H. Walters 170 159 215 544 317 334 402 1053 L. McDonald 165 159 192 516 C. Farrell 126 146 167 439 291 305 359 955 B. Muffley 148 158 187 493 B. Lee 178 181 195 554 326 339 382 1047 T. Gehris 156 155 166 477 C. Miller 154 162 150 466 310 317 316 943 D. Chapman 158 177 146 481 D. Chilson 160 166 203 529 318 343 349 1010 Vacation, business or pleasure trips ... wherever they take you . . . leave the travel arrangements to us. There's no frantic last minute rush when you trust our experienced travel agents to take care of every detail for you. Pick up your tickets right here at the office, O FREE SERVICE O PHONE 885-0219 ACKLEY TRAVEL SERVICE 508 SO. ELMIRA ST., ATHENS Open daily 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Evenings by Appt Peter Ward, Manager HIGH SINGLE GAME WOMEN Sylvia Robinson, Leah's Girls 258 & Ned Brooks had a 600 series two nights In a row, with the second earning him top spot in this week's Big Five. He and Tom Madigan produced the week's suspense with their Friday night scores in Luxury's Town and Country league. Taking this week's and last week's results, the boys seem to be finding the mark. & Sylvia Robinson's high single of the week is the best of the season, beating' the previous mark by three pins. Like some of the bowlers in The Times Doubles, Hilda Canzler lost a pin somewhere along the way and wishes she could find it. & TEAMS OF THE WEEK Team of five men: Gibbs Insurance, Emerson Classic, 2862; Utica Club, Tri-Cities, 1011. Mixed team of five: Palmer Mobile Homes, Valley Mixed, 2516 and 888. Team of five women: Grimley's Contractors, Penn York Ladies, 2475; Sindoni's Banana Curve, same league, 864. Mixed team of four: Flinstones, Weekenders, 1942 ; 4 Dummies, same league, 711. Team of four women: Riverside Inn, Night Owls, 1879; Valley Credit, same league, 680. Team of three men: Hilton Motors, American Handicap, 1511 and 517 Team of three women, Quinlan's Beauty Shop Luxury 'Ladies Classic, 1523 and 436. Women's Doubles: P. Kochin-S. Schwank; Monday Doubles, 950; M. J. Green-B. Burns, I-R Ladies, 357. & SPLIT PERSONALITIES The score sheet says that B. Rockett converted an award-winning split in the Valley Ladies league. She got good old Double Pinochle, the 4-6-710 . . . Others by the leagues include: Saturday Bantam: Palumbo 3-9-10; Weekenders F. English 410, D. Scrivener 3-6-7; Pepsi Junior -Senior J. Landy 6-8; Valfey Service R. Walters 4-7-9-10; Valley Ladies Eve Hanneman 4-6-10; WOTM L. Hagerman 8-710, D. Cortright 8-7-10; Stroeh-mann's J. Murray 6-7-10, B. Ladns 3-7-10, P. McClure S-710; Women Senior Citizens - B. Campbell 2-10, F. Smith 8-7-10; Bon Bon D. Snyder 6-7-10, G. Pkkala 6-7; Greenhorns R. Tubbs 8-7-10; PTA E. Kepner 2-710; American Handicap F. Evans 8-10, J. Glann 3-7-10; I-R Wednesday B. Hill 210, P. Kochin 3-7-10; Interstate D. Riker 3-7-10, J. Anderson 4-7-9-10; Elks J Paluzzi 5- 6-7; American Al Slarke 7 9; Luxury LadiesB. Krop-plin 4-7-10; Mansonic W. Lowery 6-7-10, C. Compton 6- 7-10; Friday Moose . Schetino 4-710. & TRIPLICATE Allyce Dzerneyko got three successive games of 144 while bowling with the Penn York Gems. & THE EXCITEMENT 3IOUNTS With Saturday night's games behind them, the teams in The Evening Times Doubles are now beginning to feel the real excitement of the tournament. They see those dollar signs on every pin. Whether they bowl better under such circumstances is a matter of individuality. But the matches provide more excitement for the spectators. The money is not far off. All the bowlers have to do is hang In there a little while longer. ' HAMILTON, N.Y. (AP) - Andrew 'Andy Kerr, fondly known during his 18 years as Colgate University's head football coach as The canny Scot of the Chenengo, died Sunday in Tucson, Ariz. He was 90. The small, wiry protege of Glenn S. Top' Warner led the Colgate Red Raiders to 95 victories, 50 defeats and seven ties. The 95th was on Thanksgiving Day 1946, when they beat Brown, and Kerr, having reach-,ed the school's mandatory retirement age of 68, retired i after his 152nd game as their coach. In Tucson, Dr. Delbert Secrist said Kerr apparently died from harden-ning of the arteries and a leak in IUSCIUS RETURNS Big Lu-sclus Luke Easter, one-Urn home run aocker for the Cleveland Indians, is back in baseball as a coach with the Tribe. Easter will serve as a coach only when the club is at home because he wants to retain his job as a union steward at a Cleveland plant He becomes the third Negro to serve in the majors as coach this year. Easter played from 1949 to 1954. Advert isemenl Such Pile Relief She Can't Describe Says Mrs. H. Williams Treatment Shrlnfo Piles, Relieves Pain Most Case Louisville, Ky. Mrs. Hugh Williams of Louisville writes: "A. good person recommended Preparation H to me and such help I can't describe. I don't know what In the world I'd do without it!' (Note: Doctors have proved in ttost cases -Preparation H actually shrinks inflamed hemorrhoids. In case after case, the Bufferer first notices prompt relief from pain, burning and itching. Then swelling is gently reduced. There s no other formula for the treatment of hemorrhoids like doctor-tested Preparation H. It also lubricates to make bowel movements more comfortable, eoothes irritated tissues and helps prevent further infection, fa cintmenfc or suppository form.) I If I I ' I iAJ i - m Secrist, who played a a right end for Kerr at Washington and Jefferson, said he had been treating his former coach for diabetis. He said Kerr went into a diabetic coma Wednesday night, but apparently came out of it Saturday. "I am sure anyone who ever played for Andy would have given him his right arm," Secnst said "He was a great guy." i Arizona Mortuary said the body would be sent back to Hamilton, N.Y., for services and burial. Kerr and razzle dazzle football are synonymous. His facination with the Warner style began in his school days, when his stockman father moved the family from Kerr's na tive Chevenee, Wyo., to Carlisle, Pa In 1914 the canny Scot began col' legiate coaching at the University of Pittsburgh, becoming freshman football coach the next year under Warner and remaining at Pitt for eight years. Len Mcacaluso, John Oris, Bob Smith, Charles Wasicek and Ernie Nevers were among the several outstanding football players Kerr had a hand in developing. iTcnpin Tales J' i Mr i BY SAM LEVINE 11 Editor, The Kegler A CLEVELAND, O., bowling publication conducted a contest to name a new bowling center. On a live television show, the announcer asked the owner of the establishment how he liked the name the judges had selected. The proprietor answered, "I don't like it." BOWLERS are often heard to complain that they were "tapped" or robber when a pin remains standing on what they consider a good hit. The expression originated in the early poker days, when slick gamblers would "tap" their innocent victims for all their money in one bet. IF Payne Rose of St. Louis had ideas of switching, from bowling to table tennis, no one could blame him. Rose ran into the wide open 7-10 split six straight times in a single game. He didn't lose either his cool or his mind. Distributed by King Features Syndicate Pro Hockey NATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday's Results Montreal 3, Boston 1 Toronto 6, New York 2 Minnesota 6, Detroit 2 Chicago 3, Philadelphia 0 Oakland 4, Pittsburgh 4 (tie) St. Louis 4, Los Angeles 1 Sunday's Results Chicago 5, Boston 1 Montreal 4, Pittsburgh 0 New York 4, Toronto 2 Detroit 6, Los Angeles 3 Philadelphia 3, Oakland 2 SL Louis 6, Minnesota 0 Today's Games No games scheduled tmmm mt. MILLARD'S M DAIRY BAR GREENE'S LANDING, PA. Fresh pasteurized and homogenized milk piped daily from our cows to your jugs! Q"R price (RfiC iy) ca,,on DELICIOUS FRESH CHOCOLATE MILK I PENNYORK S P.M. N. Peckally 135 149 178 462 M. Conte 175 163 203 544 310 312 381 1003 D. Wiggins 191 233 198 622 R. Tyrrell 154 201 192 547 345 434 390 1169 W. Collins 166 142 199 507 W. Carey 189 211 149 549 355 353 348 1056 J. Prymuski 164 181 212 557 D. Lafferty 215 168 161 544 379 349 373 1101 J. Kennedy 147 116 172 435 D. Pace 163 202 175 540 310 318 347 975 B. Williams 132 155 127 414 J. Gay 193 161 154 508 325 316 281 922 P. Soprano 144 155 192 491 J. Soprano 201 179 221 601 345 334 413 1092 F. VanNorman ... 171 157 167 495 C. Burdick 158 156 159 473 329 313 326 968 R. Landy 177 167 214 558 P. Lacesa 143 190 194 527 320 357 408 1085 F. Hungerford .... 166 143 143 452 B. Warner 192 167 181 540 358 310 324 992 E. Wilcox 131 179 184 494 F. Wilcox 147 162 176 485 278 341 360 979 W. Allis 169 145 182 496 L. Johnson 167 202 167 536 336 347 349 1032 e p.m. C. Jordan 190 196 147 533 G. Blaasch 175- 223 164 562 365 419 311 1095 C. Nichol 189 144 222 555 G. Dunbar 138 175 177 490 327 319 399 1045 D. Cheresnowski .. 170 160 187 517 B. Piatt 180 168 202 550 .350 328 389 1067 H. Wolcott 168 182 169 519 D. Hick 193 184 166 543 361 366 335 1062 A. Snyder Jr 185 152 152 489 W. VanGelder .... 162 183 190 535 347 335 342 1024 M. Merritt 143 151 189 483 C. Morningstar ... 222 173 163 558 365 324 352 1041 A. Takala 188 179 180 547 E. Haynes 185 180 181 546 373 359 361 1093 J. Cerio 164 127 173 464 T. Depio 221 193 214 628 385 320 387 1092 D. Northrup 140 155 193 488 C. Drake 140 118 176 434 280 273 369 922 D. Millard 163 166 138 467 F. Soprano 171 191 179 541 334 357 317 1008 D. Casterline 157 153 170 480 G. Wheeler 167 140 135 442 324 293 305 922 G. Barto 204 161 165 530 J; Curtis 136 167 241 544 340 328 406 1074 7 P.M. A. Dunham 181 183 149 513 G. Spicer 158 166 180 504 339 349 329 1017 J. Ackley 138 136 147 421 P. Tymoski 159 158 237 554 297 294 384 975 J. Cooper 190 225 202 617 T. Crouse 149 158 150 457 339 383 352 1074 L. Jackson 180 156 201 537 J. Cain 145 193 180 518 325 349 381 1055 V. Fair 158 178 167 503 J. Caiazzo 185 208 175 568 343 386 342 1071 B. Tucker 148 187 165 500 J. McLaughlin ... 173 191 222 586 321 378 387 1086 K. Dewey 128 154 168 450 C. Landmesser ... 148 118 143 409 276 272 311 859 L. McDonald 155 166 148 469 P. Steele 126 179 177 482 281 345 325 951 LUXURY 5 P.M. L. Cardi .......... 143 197 175 515 D. Pace 153 158 160 471 296 355 335 986 R. Bloss 149 157 167 473 D. Bloss 160 130 157 447 309 287 324 920 B. Kelly 152 143 135 430 C. Hamilton 180 236 192 608 332 379 327 1038 G. Cerutti 163 158 180 501 T.Kier 173 161 176 510 336 319 356 1011 D. Savino 158 180 162 500 L. Park 137 185 139 461 295 365 301 961 R. BrozosH 202 183 179 564 C. Nittinger 158 163 193 514 360 346 372 1078 B. Smith 172 203 174 549 M. Berry 178 148 135 461 350 351 309 1010 J. Davis 190 195 155 540 F. Gibbs 179 215 158 551 368 410 313 1091 B. Groats, Sr 194 165 199 558 B. Groats, Jr 118 206 181 505 312 371 380 1063 A. Riker, Jr 201 178 202 581 D. Markle 154 181 146 481 355 359 348 1062 F. Brock 124 148 127 399 E. Brock 170 201 224 595 294 349 351 994 C. Vernon 180 189 197 566 F. Vernon 169 176 155 500 349 365 352 1066 6 P.M. J. Park 156 141 185 482 J. Malanoski 169 180 180 529 325 321 365 1011 R. Robbjn 152 169 158 479 D. Sink 211 164 144 519 363 333 302 998 P.Pakala 151 170 171 492 (Your Container) TASTES LIKE A MILK SHAKE! WISE POTATO CHIPS 49 l S I UC9UA I A TV EUnUUA I UHL I II STILL USING FISTS Hammer-in' Henry Armstrong, who once held three world boxing titles at one time, is still using his fists in St Louis as he teaches a Boys' Club class the art of boxing. Armstrong became a minister after quitting the ring. He's 56 years old. BOWLING SCORES Luxury Singles Classic J. Mosh-ier 3, Singhaus 1; Croft Ford 3, F. Nichols 1; O'Connor 2 1-2, E. Wilcox 1 1-2 ; Nellie Kelly 4, North's Jewel ers 0; D. Merritt 3, DG. Spicer 1; Clark's Pharmacy 4, F. Wilcox 8; VanNorman 3, Al Frutchey's Body Shop 1; Economy Shoe Stoe 4, E. McMahon 0; R. Brozoski 3, Sindon i's Fruit Stand 1; Luxury Lanes 2, Spener Sales 2. IBM Westside No Name 3, Ram rods 1; Gators 4, Spoilers 0; Jinxs 2 1-2, Bombers 1 1-2; No Name 3, Latecomers 1. Elks Chacona's 4, Loomis 0; Lowery-Paluzzi 4, Jenkins-Jones 0; Bert's 4, Sloat's 0; Sumner's 3, Hil ton's 1; Johnny's Tavern 3, Steele's 1; Haggerty's 2, McCauley's 2. Pepsi Schmidt's 4, 8-Balls 0; Eastside Gang 4, Wildcats 0; Neighbors 4, Kingsmen 0. II King or Ranch s II I rQP a rv IS M O 1 11 s I A OOc II l BREYERS ICE CREAM IF ATHENS AMERICAN LEGION POST 246 CLAM BAKE Saturday, Feb. 22, 5 to 9 POST HOME FOR PAID-UP MEMBERS AND GUESTS Tickets $3.00 Until Feb. 17) $4.00 Thereafter Heading Toward Class A Playoff burgh Westinghouse 93-77 in a District 8 contest. In Pennsylvania's mid-section, Har risburs William Penn whipped Cen tral Dauphin East, 77-56 and York pulled one of the giant upsets, defeating powerful Steelton Highspire 68-64. Middletown, the defending PIAA Class B champions from District 3, rolled over Red Land 81-44, in an other top contest. YOUNGEST PRO COACH John Madden, 33-year-old assistant coach of the Oakland Raiders of the AFL, has been elevated to head coach to succeed John Rauch, who took over the head coaching job at Buffalo. Madden thus is the youngest head coach in pro football. Bowling Results Interstate Sherman's Kings 3, Harris Foodlines 1; Athens Natl. Bank 4, No Name 0; Barton's Inn 4, No Names 0; Sullivan's Roofing 3, Smithboro Hotel 1. Tri-City Nick and Fritz 4, Kis-ner's Atlantic 0; Nelly Kelly 3, Schaeffer's 1; Reagan's 3, Gibbs Ins. 1; Tioga State Bank 2, Utica Club 2. Farrell, Penncrest Pennsylvania IAA By The Associated Press East is East and West is West and Farrell High and Penncrest may never meet. On the other hand, there's a darn good chance they will. Highly-regarded Farrell nailed down a sectional championship in the West with a 5148 win over Aliquippa and Penncrest, an Eastern power, continued on its merry, undefeated way by belting Conestoga, 74-38, in Pennsylvania high school basketball over the weekend. The two appear to be on a course toward the Pennsylvania Interscho-lastic Athletic Association's Class A championship finals in Harrisburg next month. Farrell won the Section Three A title of the Western Pennsylvania In-terscholastic Athletic League with its victory, but it wasn't easy. Aliquippa was tough going down, taking the big steelers into two overtimes. The victory gave the District 7 Steelers a 12-0 mark in Section Three and 20-0 log overall. It was the 11th sectional title in 25 seasons for Farrell. Penncrest, in District 1 outside Philadelphia, chalked up its 16th victory without defeat in the Central eague andNbrought its overall mark to 20-0. Gene Armstead scored 21 points to lead Penncrest, which has already won its league championship. In other big Eastern games, Ches ter High routed Ohchester, 78-41, Norristown stopped Plymouth-White- marsh 52-49, Cheltenham defeated Upper Merion 60-49, and Nanticoke stomped Dallas, 111-51. Chester 17-4 won its fourth straight Suburban Two title and leaped into the PIAA's Class A District 1 tourney for the fifth consecutive year. Chester was Eastern regional champion in 1966 and 1967, but lost both finals. Norristown and Cheltenham both are contenders for the Suburban One crown in District 1. In the West, favored teams played according to form. Top-rated Penn Hills District 7 beat Churchill 69-60 and improved its record to 18-2; Mount Lebanon District 7 won its 16th game in 20 by stopping Upppr St. Clair ?0-48 in two overtimes and Pittsburgh Schenley defeated Pitts- igpg" j I 111 Paging anyone who wants to make their dollars work for j them. 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