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The Standard-Star from New Rochelle, New York • 23

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THE STXNDARD STAR NEW ROCHELLE NY WED NOVEMBER 23 1960 23 Huguenots Seek irst Perfect ootball Season Since 1935 New Rochelle Iona Prep Primed or Turkey Tussle sands are expected to see the game on Channel 7 TV with New Rochelle's Marty Glickman and Rye Vic Obeck handling the commentary The telecast begins at 11:30 am with the game get ting underway a few minutes la has City that the By JIM Sports Editor Much ado about something been stirring in the Queen these past few weeks and certain something comes to fore tomorrow morning at McKcn all winning New Rochelle High School and upset bent Iona Prep Some 12000 fans are expected to flock to the Twin Lakes for the 13th meeting between the tradi tional intra city foes It has been live schoolboy force in the Metro na ield the annual Thanks giving Day football battle between Coach Lou Amanson's senior studaea power pacnea eleven goes into the pressure cooker with an unsullied six game record The Purples in averaging 355 points per game are the most produc an annual affair since 1949 buLpolitan area none carries such import as docs Iona piloted by Joe Lamas this upcoming clash for NRHS is seeking its first perfect season in 25 years shows a 3 4 record that belies it self Tlie Irish have been travel ing in very fast company all year On Channel 7 In addition to the overflow crowd that is expected countless thou the formidable Catholic High Schools ootball League It's one of those days when one YONKERS ENTRIES WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1960 A Emerson Hanover (Phalen) Darn Quick iS Welch' Prob PP Driver Odds IRST RACE TROT 3 1 Mlle $2300 1 Avaway Cruise 3 1 2 Newport Alice I 3 Mr Baldrldre Beiesirser 5 1 4 Budmlte's Direct Gabettle 3 Make Haste Ackerman 4 1 0 Sally's Dreambeat Wrirht 7 Selka Raider Stenhens 10 1 8 Taylor's Sone Dancer 10 1 SECOND PACE 3 1 Mile $2300 1 Sir Knlsht Edmands 5 2 2 aNewport Gypsy Phillips fi 1 3 Morgan Byrd Bell 6 1 4 Arro Popfinger 5 1 5 Arturo Hanover A Myer 15 1 6 Lynn Creed Insko 12 1 7 Regret Dancer 10 1 8 Ray Creed Cruise 5 1 A a Josedale Real Scot AE Date Knight (Insko) Success Yankee (Galentine) (Mcllmurray) THIRD RACE TROT 3: 1 Mile $2300 1 Mies Juliette Beissineer 4 1 2 Mfnka Wilson 6 1 3 Be Cheerful Organ 5 1 4 Discretion Iovine 6 1 5 Perry Mas 'Garnsey 1 6 risky Al ontaine 10 1 7 Sliver Scotch VDsncer 3 1 8 Sonny Nardin Haughton 5 1 AE Darn Quick (S Welch) OURTH PACE 1 Mile $2500 1 Adios Judge Myer 5 2 2 Elbridge Hanover ontaine 0 2 3 Storm Moraka Haughton 6 1 4 Otis Direst Borins: fi 1 5 Canny Sco Beil 7 2 6 Major' Task 'Jordan fl 1 7 Boston Beau King 10 1 8 Skywell Werner 10 1 ITH RACE PACE A 2: "The Bagel Bankers 1 Mile $2800 1 ox Abbe Bigham' 5 1 2 aRoya Direct Dancer 4 1 3 Royal Scotchman Sholty 6 1 A Adies Claire (Phalen) Prob PP Driver Odds 4 Ho Quick MacDonald 4 1 5 aTime To Pace isher 3 1 6 Silver's Dream Insko 8 1 7 Mayor Joe Hudson 10 1 8 Senator Byrd 10 1 SIXTH RACE PACE A 2 1 Mile S2800 1 Hanover Hapfhton 5 1 2 Mr Childs Darlsh 6 1 3 aPenny Wui Insko 4 1 4 Smart Set Dancer 3 1 5 Pilot Zoom ltxpatrlck 4 1 8 Adios Bess Caton 7 Miracle Henry A Myer 10 1 8 Lusty Abbey Edmunds 10 1 AE Shanahan (Gilmour' Adies Claire (Phalen) SEVENTH ACE TROT 3 1 Mlle $2300 1 Dial Tone Garnsey 3 1 2 Dean Wallace MacDonald 5 1 3 Emlen Hanover Boriskin 10 1 5 Pam Haven Abbatiello 7 2 5 Charity Pownnll Jr 8 1 6 Wendv Kay Rathbone 6 1 7 ex Oaks rledley 6 1 8 Star Up A Myer 8 1 AE Darn Quick (S Welch! Emerson Hanover (Phalen) EIGHTH RACE PACE 1 Mile $2500 1 Jeb Volo Boring 9 1 2 Dandy Do Insko 5 2 3 Black Trooper Burton 6 1 4 Boy itzpatrick 6 1 5 Rexbee Galantine 10 1 6 Luck Dancer 7 2 7 Kala ence Gilmour 15 1 8 Elma 8 Welch 8 1 AE Cold (Smith) Jule Abby (Belsslngcr) NINTH RACE PACE 3 1 Mile $2300 1 lash Counsel MacDonald 2 1 2 Scotch Engle Belssinger 5 1 3 So Long's Lad Vineyard 3 1 4 Juno Insko 6 1 5 Calgary Byrd Bonacorsa 15 1 6 Cap Direct Bel 15 1 7 Arva Hanover Haughton 10 1 8 Record Malone D'Emflio 8 1 AE a Real Scot (Mcllmurray) Billy Lee Clay (Popfnger) a Racing ree Legged SELECTIONS OR WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1960 1 Newport Alice Avaway Mr Baldridge 2 Arro Sir Knight a Newport Gypsy 3 Silver Scotch Discretion risky Al 4 Adios Judge Canny Scot Sky well 5 So Quick a Time to Pace a Royal Direct 6 a Penny Win Bachelor Hanover Pilot Zoom 7 Dial Tone Pam Haven ez Oaks 8 Dandy Do Luck Jeb Volo 9 lash Counsel So Long's Lad Cap Direct BEST BET: Dandy Do 8th Race Racing ree Legged TUESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1960 240 270 P20 ICO 340 270 390 320 2 SO 480 630 570 300 290 330 750 1 Son A'elloL 1290 530 3 Home Boy (SD'cer) 310 6 King'j Gambit Zoom's Cnnne1 Pace 1 mi 2'034: off 10 08 4 Chip (B'nger)132O 4 20 27o 1 Mlghty Dudley 320 5 Greentree Boy (Cruise) liTH Pace 1 mi 2:044: off 10:34 6 Lord Chuck (SD cerlfl50 440 2 Golie H'man (AMyer) 370 3 Chrt Lynn Hayes (J'dan) TH! Pace 1 ml 2 My Irish (Insko) 8 Hal (Wasner) 5 Johnny Lynn (A Myer) 8TH Pace 1 mi: 2:072: off 1124 8 it Comet 5530 1740 3 T'msch Mike (Bnger) 1060 1 Irving (AMverl 9TH Pece 1 ml 2:054 off 11:48 1 wark pride (Insko) 1040 420 5 Twlnkle tar 340 2 Otzie (MacQueem 17233 TOTAL $1647130 8 Dody Roes Pace 2 Nat's Baby 5 Candy GJ (Insko) 6 Sh'dala Ribbon (Wrizhtj DAILY 3 PAID Trot 1 ml 2:082: olf 9:16 uim cay (use) 570 370 8 Iosola Pat (Insko) 500 4 Main Street Mias (Demorn'i Pace 1 ml: 2:053: off 943 390 260 410 Trot: 1 mi 2 084: eft 8:26 3 Comet 670 390 3 20 5 G'd Julius (Wright) 610 3 60 Wilson) 750 1 ml: 2 08 off 8:50 (smith) 600 3 40 330 270 250 270 2:081: off 10 59 4 50 IMPORTED SEAGRAM'S to IMPORTED IN THE BOTTLE ROM CANADA CANADIAN WHISKY BLENDO SELECTED WHISKIES SIX YEARS OLD 858 PROO SEACRAM DISTILIERS COMPANY NYO 1 Ml known by the company itPlkeeps JL Sit Valued and cherished PP RTE its richness of taste Sciwrani'i tVa' tAAl)IAX WlIlS10 1isv ns gMa vc the YONKERS ENTRIES THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24 I960 Dick Byrd (McAidutt) 10 1 Mile $2 1U I 154 Cops Con Ed Award Broirfcist Btily mr Mile Racing of the Todora Calls apples and oranges a peach I SEE YOUR LOCAL PLYMOUTH VALIANT DEALER Reilly 3 1 6 1 Driver 1 Cherrix rated a fine 5 1 6 1 8 1 6 1 7 2 5 1 5 2 9 2 3 1 5 1 I 5 1 6 1 5 1 3 1 6 1 8 1 5 1 5 2 Mike Bellamy (42) Schupp not compare for the last time tomorrow Quar terback Denny Barrett halfbacks Gene McDonald and Gus Stcnroos and fullback Bubbles Taylor will be concluding a four year acquaint anceship one that began at Mac Young Junior II McDonald is the most celebrat ed of the foursome a 5 9 178 pound standout who is a sure shot All County choice McDonald is the best runner in I hose parts for many years fast and strong and a demon along the sidelines quarter backing powers leaves little to MORNtNGS Mon thru So PP 6 Merry Go Bny 54 54 R4 104 sented for third game At left is Most Valuable Lineman trophy being awarded for the first time An 11 nian ptncl will vote immediately aft er the contest at McKenna ield Photo by Dante Raffacli Prob Odds 3 1 7 2 10 1 be desired passing and rollouts opening up the wide stuff for McDonald and the inside bursts of Taylor Stenroos the unheralded fourth man is an excellent pass receiver Gus wil fill in at safety for Rcpsher also Conte Tops Up front the boy to watch is tackle Boh Conte 200 pound six footer as good a lineman as McDonald is a back Amon son pegs Conte Prosek Jim Rey nolds and Ray Pasqua as his top forwards citing their hard nosed drive Schupp takes back seat to no one as an all round back He does everything and as Amonson says against Doug has been the bellwether of the Iona offense and if ho has a good day in his schoolboy farewell New Rochelle will have its hands full Garrison a sophomore blocking hack Breen Condon and Joe Wells join Schupp in the Inna backfield Garrison has good speed and is a prime aerial target for Schupp ef the a panel consisting Bimbach Athletic of the Yonkers Wflrh Burton Smith Welch Caton 10 1 Stewart Jr Wilson Phalen Mcllmurray Sholty Smith Cherrlx Harrah (Myer): Honey (Burton) $2200 Image Discovery Pre Legged red Todora supervisor of and activities for the New Rochelle Recreation Commis sion has issued a reminder to all basketball coaches and captains of the Nov 25 deadline for all en tries the various citv leagues There were 11 teams represent ed at an initial meeting two weeks ago Todora noted that others no tified him they could not attend out would file entries It is his groqp Plus tlioso who have not contacted him at all that cause concern The Recreation Commission will operate six leagues this winter with competition getting underway on Dec 5 The loops include Sen ior A and industrial Intermed iate Junior Light Junior and Midget Teams wishing to participate in the hoop program are urged to contact Todora as soon as at the Recreation Commission of fice NE 2 4256 Representatives from the follow ing teams attended the organiza tional meeting Remington Boys Club Senior A and Intermedi ate and Junior: eeney Park Boys Club Senior Intermedi ate and Junior: Airequipt: Roose velt Club 210 Gunners: Honchos Bergin's Bombers: and Kog ers The 2nd Annual Elementary Swimming Meet sched uled at the YMCA pool riday afternoon has been postponed it was announced today The swim meet sponsored jointly by Rotary Club YMCA and New Rochelle Schools will lie restated The new date ill be announced shortly i Wodlirwi Hadlini Nvwi Hodlin Newi Headlines News Headlines News SR7 IM MEET POSTPONED TO LATER DATE Rrlmer Cruise Eyier Insko Abbetiello RMyrr 10 1 Belssinger 10 1 Jordan 8 1 (VDanerr): (HDeneerJr) OENSE LE Richie Roundtree (86) LT Jirn Reynolds (6 1) rank Prosek (70) Ken Roffe (51) Ted Montcmurro (63) RT Bob Conte (77) Ray Pasqua (87) Denny Barrett (10) LH Gene McDonald (45) Gus Stenroos (20) Bubblcs Taylor (33) DEENSE Newscasts and Headlines year following NRHS Iona Prep just nothing like a Valiant Even this new bunch of compacts compare In styling comfort and economy Valiant is still the pick of the crop got luxury features by the bushel Smooth Torsion Aire Ride tight quiet Unibody construction (both at no extra cost) An interior plum roomy no squeeze no squash No wonder in the limelight again in '61 got the best of everything any way you slice it So skin on down to your dealer and get the juiciest deal ever on a Valiant the car that makes life just a bowl of cherries! Jordan Aiiamo Insko Taylor Cherrlx 4 1 SelUosser 8 1 Dancer 8 1 Hudson NINTH HACE PACE 1 Mlle $2200 1 Sterling Abbe 2 Jet Dimon 3 Abbe Jo 4 Hailet 5 Cash 6 Chester Debby 7 Cole Hanover 8 Tarabbe A Hl General 6:30 6:55 730 7)55 8:30 8(45 1000 10:30 1055 KsJO 11:55 I SUNDAYS) ot 9:55 10:55 AM 1:55 5:55 6:55 A 7:55 8:55 10:00 10:55 and 1 1:55 PM $2400 WMyer MacDonald itaoatrlck 'Hudson AMyer Abbatiello Cruise Galenllne 10 1 (Aquino): defensive twin safety and both report very well Rcpsher sprained an ankle in practice last week and subsequent swelling lias slowed him to a limp His absence poses a problem for game he was the No 1 punter There will be a host of out averaging nearly 40 yards a boot standing players bumping pads to If Dick make it rank Pro morrow on the field named after sek will likely fill his shoes TOTAL POINTS New 185 60 Al Reilly is his name and two way excellence in football is his game And it is this twin pronged talent which has won for the Scars dale High School fullback this Con Ed Sports Award of the Week Selected by of Dr Sidney Superintendent School System Dan Murphy Ath letic Director of Lakeland High School and Norm ullerton bas ketball coach of White Plains High School Reilly triumphed over some fine talent in this week's balloting Also under consideration were Gene MacDonald of New Rochelle and Jim Pauline the hero Harrison win over Rye Reilly however strongly the verdict on the basis of season's work which capped a three year grid career In helping pace Scarsdale to a fine 6 1 season record under coach Dave Buchan an Reilly was an outstanding run ner punted and passer on the of fense and excelled equally on Looks and drives like twice the price Valiant! MEMORIAL TROP1IES in honor of the late William II Mc Kenna former New Rochelle High School football coach are displayed by their donor Don MacArthur Purple drum boater Don holds the Most Valuable Back award which will be pre LT George Watt (79) LG rank Jahn 71) Dan Harris (66) Prosek Dick Aiello (60) John Pastore (54) Morgan (88) Earl Ehrenstein (82) Stenroos RS McDonald Nwi Nwt I Hoodlini Hadlin NWI i Headlmei I Headlines I News Headlines News SEVENTH PACE 2 1 Mile 1 Major Trim 2 Treasure Way 3 Dirk Nelson 4 Kathleen Clrnttan 5 Isontagranh 6 Laura Creed 7 Mr Creed 8 Hskv Prince A Danny Abbedale Captain (Phalen) EIGHTH RACE PACE 2 1 Mlle 1 Chief lngo 2 Ruth Anx Rodney 3 Hal Reward 4 Nat's Son 5 Ronnie Lynn 6 Lawyer 7 Volo Direct 8 Kara Deen AE Kimberly Way Peter Havens (Insko) or Entries In Basketball Purple Platoons Irish Units Prob Driver Odds defense where he sparkled in a 41 18 win over Pelham last week by intercepting three Pelican pass es and coming up with a host of tackles In this same game Reilly took up much of the slack present due to the absence of Scarsdale half back John Crystal by averaging 79 yards per carry He blasted eight yards for an early Scarsdale touchdown that set the pace for the sixth season triumph Observers two weeks ago at the1 Hye Scarsdale thriller that went to Rye by a scant 20 13 will also remember Reilly booming punts and clicking with accurate passes including a touchdown heave to Crystal which put Scaredalc ahead 7 0 3 Letter Man The son of Dr and Mrs Rich ard Reilly of 176 Mamaroneck! Road Al is also a varsity stick 1 out in wrestling and in track (as a pole vaulter) and yet manages to maintain a fine 85 per cent! average in his academic work 6 00 6:30 6:55 7:30 745 3O 8:55 93O 9:55 10 5N 11:30 11t53 ATERNOONS: 12:30 12:45 1:30 1:55 2:30 2:55 i 3:30 3:55 4:55 5:30 $2400 ontaine Insko Dancer RMyer Gilmour 104 Q0B dicl 123 QS0W 1039 THE Wtchefr Stations 1400 Mil chell AMyrr WMyer Sholty Beissinxer Werner Dancer Wilson (McAlduH) I Insko) Macy Westchester Group Newspapers IRST RACE PACE 1 Mile $2300 1 Stewart Dinara 2 Maid Hal 3 Trader Vic 4 Mr Blackbird 5 Virginia Yankee 6 The Miner 7 Dausworthy Reward a sMii Marv Hal A Stiver Blaze (Norris) Sea Island (VDancer) SECOND RACE PACE I Mlle: 1 Gay rank 2 Mr Brewer 3 Austin Abbe 4 Urbana Star 5 Afton Guy 6 Dotty Byrd 7 Real Lucky 8 Just Right A Mr Tell Shangrl La THIRD RACE TROT 2 1 1 Glory Hanover 2 Miss Direct lngo 3 Caprice Hanover 4 Cutey Hanover 5 xrclJmtto 6 Averill Boy 7 Avalon Hanover 8 Berwick Hanover My Darlyn Dr Allee Dean OURTH RACE PACE 1 Mile 1 Yankee lyer 2 Rocket Byrd 3 riendly Dares 4 Success Yankee 5 Poplar Parker 6 Scott Honor 7 Esther 8 ancy Gold AE Memory Bny $2500 Gilmour ontaine Beisslnrer Galentine Insko Burris 10 1 Eyier 8 1 Smith 10 1 WathcnJrl Dick Byrd (McAIduff) ITH RACE PACE A 3 "Westchester" i $2600 1 Jay Bob 2 Scotch Hero JaDonna Goose 4 Historic Value 5 Royal Affair OBSERVER'S SELECTIONS 1 Hal Trader Vic Virginia Yankee Gay rank Urbana Star Austin Abbe Caprice Hanover Glory Hanover Miss Direct ingo Poplar Parker Scott Honor riendly Dares Miss Yosemite Perfect Rhythm Jay Bob Varian Hanover Lady Pam Abbe Spangler Treasure Way Major Prim Mr Creed Ronnie Lynn Hal Reward Volo Direct Jet Demon Sterling Abbe Cole Hanover BEST BET: Ronnie Lynn 8th Race The pair has clicked often this year Iona co captain Walt Higgins 195 pound tackle is the anchor man of the line He has an able supporting cast especially Dick Liguori Rudy Augustin and Dave De Santo Depth A actor Where New Rochelle uses what amounts to a two platoon system Iona boys have to go both ways for the most part The Irish have the depth of the Purples (who does?) and this could be a Itching factor in the second half New Rochelle of course rates the role and many ot its supporters expect a romp speculation that the Pur nles will ride home by at least three touchdowns The writer dis sents and sees the Irish giving the Purples a real battle But Mc Donald gives NRHS the edge The game itself will be comple mented by the usual pageantry of floats balloons etc The word from both schools is that this year's show will be the biggest and best ever with Iona always having a flair for unexpected sur nriscs Now ensemble of band majorettes cheer leaders et al will he striving for its top show ans are reminded that a gala exhibition wid take place before the game owing to television All in all Thanksgiving 1960 prom ises to be an interesting holiday If you sec it in person turn the dial to Channel 7 club (New Rochelle) has every (physical side New Rochelle has) Schupp and Jimmy Garrison back thing ta gain the other (Iona) lone doubtful starter1 Dick Rep field stalwarts were questionable nothing to lose Therefore look sher who plays offensive end and starters but Lamas squelched that 1 I a 1 a A 1 1 4 ri In I ivinzirt lour ivr Dorn coacncs to snout uw works pull out all the stops and what have you It's the schoolboy equivalent cf Yale Harvard Army Navy Perhaps not THE game but here in New Rochelle OUR OENSE Dave De Santo (71) LT Walt Higgins (77) Richie Amatulli (60) Jay (53) Lou Napolitani (36) RT Dick Liguori (73) RE Pat Reville (80) Breen Condon (61) 1 Jimmy Garrison (75) Joe Wells (32) Doug Schupp (72) DEENSE De Santo Liguori LG Bob De Ceco (86) I Napolitani or Rudy Augustin i Kevin Ahearn (50) 1 Higgins Condon VtIIiYiOU JU 11 A Myer R4 Donnell Vineyard 104 IJ Garrison ijrasso (isher) EVENINGS HcidllrMt Nw i Nwt Hexalin) Nwi New: Hadlini Nwi Headline Nwi The fans and TV audience will be seeing contrasting defensive units New Rochelle's awesome averaging 214 pounds and Iona's small scrappy forwards who average 178 or seven pounds lighter than its offensive line The NRHS bd toters average 170 Jona 162 one of the greatest coaches this Iona meanwhile is in tip top I Ikirks Bow Out city has ever seen the late Wil shape according to Lamas There! The Pu rple starting jliam McKenna The Me 1 were rumors rrcuiaitng that Dougl backfield will be playing together IT 1 rr 3 I irti iropnics lor mo i best back and lineman will be! awarded immediately after the I game with an 11 man jury mak ing the selections Come next month it's a certain ty that several of the boys com peting tomorrow will be named to the various All Star teams in the county and Met polls Crack per formances tomorrow will insure! first string recognition for some! jef the boys As an added incentive '35 will be playing their final name I ion a high school gridiron 26 fori I NRHS Strong Seasoned That 26 total is a tip off as 1o I New strength This is i a well balanced experienced ag gregation one with manifold tal ents Little wonder that Amonson is an advocate of the multiple of fense a ide open attack that gen erates touchdowns with equal ficacy on the ground or in air Lamas has taught his lads rudiments of power the single wing The Irish pos sess the same TD striking threat as the Purples but they have moved the ball very well on oc casions What then can be expected to morrow? Everything in the book Rcpsher Ailing It goes without saying 'hat both OS tOlte 'A alBwpL tL jr UM aB 1 1 9 jr ff A ik 4tRSrJ II Ml 1 wfas squads are keyed up On the Series Scores Year NR IONA 1932 14 0 1933 1948 No Games 1949 26 6 1950 27 7 1951 15 11 1952 6 6 1953 19 20 1954 20 14 1955 13 32 1956 20 0 1957 42 7 1958 33 20 1959 13 1960 NR won 9 Iona 2 1 tie Total Points: NR 248 Iona 126 Records IONA (3 4 0) 13 St rancis Prep 6 13 Mt St Michael 14 27 ordham Prep 14 34 Stcpinac 36 0 Chaminade 16 27 Holy Cross 6 12 Cardinal Hayes 22 136 114 NEW ROCHELLE (6 0 0) 54 A Davis 7 40 Rome ree 0 28 White Plains 7 24 Stcpinac 6 3 Blessed Sacrament 0 28 Mt St Michael 6 213 26 Purples 45 Port Chester 0 7 Union Endicott 2 20 Roosevelt 0 31 Worcester (Mass) 13 18 Mamaroneck 7 13 White Plains 6 19 A Davis 13 32 Gorton 19 7 Perfect Rhythm Belxslnxer 4 1 5 1 8 Miss Yosemite MacDonald 10 1 81 A aDellmor (Phalen) 3 1 Alix Byrd (Iovine) 10 1 5 1 SIXTH 10 1 PACE 1 Mlle $2500 I 4 1 1 Wil Counsel Gilmour 6 1 8 1 2 Abbe Spanxler Deters 7 2 3 MrPhercus Iovine 10 1 4 Lady Pam Hudson 8 1 i 5 Vartan Hanover Mitchell 10 1 I 6 Earl Lusty Insko 9 2 7 Alan Byrd Belsslnaer 6 1 5 2 8 Judy Baby Boriskin 5 1 6 1 A Lord Dares (MacQuecn) A I.

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