Chiefs Make Playoffs
As Regular Season Ends
The Massapequa High School
basketball team who wound up in
third place in the South Shore I
basketball league and qualified
for the County playoffs, will engage
Uniondale of South Shore II
this Friday in the tourney at
Calhoun. Both teams wound up
regular season play with identical
10- 4 records in their respective
over East Meadow by a 64- 54
score but dropped a 63- 62 thriller
to Sewanhaka lost Friday.
The Jayvees meanwhile woundup
the season, with a 16- 2 overall
and 12- 2 league mark.
Plainedge High wound up the
regular season with losses this
past week to Clarke 47- 40 and to
league champion Hicksville 81-
The Chiefs wound up regular Farmingdale^ winless in league
season play onTuesday witha win action also concluded season ac-
TOB Slates Hockey Jamboree
The Oyster Bay Town Recreation
Depa rtment will present
a Hockey Jamboree at the Long,
Island Arena in Commack, Saturday,
The Jamboree, which will consist
of hockey exhibition games
and the presentation of awards
to the winners of the Town hockey
league and the top players will
get under way at 2 p. m. Net
proceeds will be donated to the
United States Olympic Ice Hockey
Team and the Junior Olympic
Plaques will be presented to
Councilmen Edmund A. Ocker
and Angelo D. Roncallo, James
C. Arvanitis, Town Director of
Recreation and the Massapequa
Elks Club for their contribution
to the hockey program.
Highlight of the Jamboree will
be games between division champions
and division all- stars. A
father- son game will also be a
special feature, according to
Charlie Millner, league commissioner.
A special all- star game between
the Oyster Bay Town All
Stars and the New York Rangers
- sponsored Metropolitan
League All Stars will be held at
7 : 30 p. m. The Met All- Stars
will compete at Lake Placid for
an Olympic berth.
All Stars To Battle It Out
The Annual All Star Basketball
Game of the Thursday Night
Recreation Program between
Massapequa High School and Ber-ner
High School will be held
on Friday, March 10th, at 7: 00
p. m. in the Gymnasium of the
Massapequa High School. The
players have been participating
regularly every Thursday night
as part of the Massapequa High
School Recreation Program and
the Berner High School Recreation
Program. The All Stars
are basketball players who do
not participate on any inter-scholastic
basketball team at
either Massapequa or Berner.
Massapequa High School All
Stars include: Arthur Wolken,
Dennis Dorsey, Charles Stutz,
James Goodman, William Arnold,
Gary Knacke, James Head,
Hank Rafkin, Robert Feldman,
John Nagle, Thomas Bank and
Berner High School All Stars
are: Roger Berard, Fred Pe-t
r i l l i , Mike Capone, Bill Senese,
Bob Lanni, Dan Cacace, Charles
Schweibert, Doug Shore, Bob Stuart,
Pete Polaris, Dennis Dym
and Bob Skeny.
The Annual All Star Game
will precede a Massapequa High
School Open House- Youth Center.
tion with twin losses on Friday
to Plainview 68- 49 and then on
Tuesday threw a scare into the
league champs, when they put on
the ' freezer' to hold the Hicksville
champs to a 22- 20 score
decided in the last four seconds
on a jump shot. Quarter scores
were 5- 5, 11- 9,17- 16, and22- 20.
Berner split their final pair of
games losing to Hewlett 60- 56
and beating Kennedy of Bellmore
Athletic Fields To
Be Open To Public
Beginning Saturday, March 4
and Sunday, March 5, and every
Saturday and Sunday through August,
the athletic fields of Massapequa
High School including the
tennis courts will be available
to all youngsters and oldsters
who live in Massapequa. The
tennis courts will also be open
during the Open Fields hours.
In July and August, the " Open
Fields" Program will be in effect
all day, seven days a week
at Massapequa High School. September
through November 1967
the " Open Fields" Program will
be in effect Sundays from 9 a. m.
Long Islanders will have an
opportunity to take a low- cost
sightseeing ride over Suffolk
County this Sunday, March 5
when Ramey air Services offers
its monthly " Flightseeing Special"
from - MacArthur Airport
in central Suffolk.
The Mac Arthur- based aviation
firm will be selling rides in new
Piper Cherokee aircraft from
the new Gen. Douglas Mac Arthur
Terminal between 11: 30 a. m. and
dusk,. Each flight lasts approximately
20 minutes, and covers
a broad area of Suffolk County.
Price per seat is $ 3.00.
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Wizards, Jets To
Thrill Sports Fans
When Naismith invented the
game of basketball, he never
envisioned the unusual performances
which have been developed
by the Harlem Wizards, who
will appear at the Massapequa
High School gym this Sunday
afternoon at 2 p. m. on an exhibition
with the New York Jets.
" The exhibit and the half hour
halftime performance by the
Little Wizards will make an ideal
familv outing", according to
President Matthew Molony of die
Massapequa Rotary Club who are
sponsoring the event.
" Tickets priced at $ 2 in advance
and $ 2.50 at the box office are
on sale now at The Mid- Island
Barber Shop, Massapequa Park,
Chicken Delight on Merrick Road,
Massapequa, and at The Observer
offices at 115 Front Street, Massapequa
Park and at 33 Merritt
Stogies, Losers In Semi Finals
In one of the major basketball
upsets of the season, with
the Berner teenage league, the
Pubbers defeated the top seeded
team, the Jive Five by a 36- 30
score. Paced by Mike Capone's
14 points and Billy Senese's 10
points the Pubbers avenged a previous
defeat at the hands of the
Jive Five. Roger Berard had a
game high of 16 points.
In a tight game, the Losers
advanced to the semi- finals by
edging the Hustlers 19- 17. The
Losers came from behind in the
last quarter with Charlie Schweibert
sparking for the winners.
Charlie was high for the Losers
with seven points while Bob Richardson
had six points.
Pete Polaris paced the Stogies
to a 37- 23 victory over the Ball-handlers
with ten points. The well
balanced Stogies attack was too
much for the Ballhandlers. Dan
Cacace, with 16 points was high
scorer for the Ballhandlers.
The semi- final game will be
played between the Stogies and
the Losers. The winners will
meet the Pubbers for the Championship.
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