Berner, Chiefs, Dalers Stay
Atop; Plainedge Blanked
Mustangs Feature Playoffs
Berner, Farmingdale and Mas-sapequa
High Schools posted easy
wins, while Plainedge was
blanked in football action last
Berner, in winning its sixteenth
in a row, blasted Clarke
in a non league game scoring in
every quarter, with a pair of
touchdowns in the first and fourth
periods. The Bisons led 21- 0
at halftime. Scores were registered
by Duffy, Fennessey,
Hughes, Arata McWeeney and
Brown with the latter two on pass
interceptions. The final score
was 41- 13.
Farmingdale High, after only
a 7- 0 halftime lead, broke open
in the third period for two touchdowns
and then added three more
in the final quarter to post an
impressive 40- 0 victory over
Mike Magid scored twice
while Moltisanti, Watts, Ball and
Wilson also scored touchdowns.
The Dalers are now in a four
way tie in North Shore I League
Massapequa High took a 20- 0
halftime lead to coast to an
easv 30- 0 victory over last place
Both have 4- 0 records.
McDonald scored twice, while
Pepi, Rutledge and Mari no scored
Plainedge, winless on the North
Shore I League, found Hicks-ville
too tough as they were
blanked by the league co- leaders
34- 0. Hicksville, Farming-dale,
Syosset and Herricks are
tied with 3- 1 records.
This Saturday, Plainedge will
host Clarke at home, while Massapequa
takes on East Meadow
away, Berner travels to Hewlett
and Farmingdale hosts Hicksville
in a first place battle. All games
are slated for 1: 30 p. m.
TOB Sponsors Student Trip
To Mystic Seaport
The Oyster Bay Town Department
of Recreation and Community
Activities will sponsor
a one day trip to Mystic, Connecticut,
to children in grades
4, 5 and 6 in the Plainedge areas
on Saturday, November 9.
Buses will leave from the
Northedge and the Pickens
schools at 8 a. m. and return at
7: 30 p. m.
Cost of the trip is $ 8.75 and
includes all fees and asmissions.
Library Has 300 Record Collection
Patrons of the Plainedge Public
Library now have a collection
of 300 phonograph records from
which to choose.
All recordings may be checked
out for a seven- day loan period
without charge. Children's records
must be checked out on an
The adult recordings include
operas, representative symphonic
works, Broadway show tunes,
jazz, folk music and dramatic
readings by theatrical luminaries.
Massapequa High School coach Lou Luba ( left) offers encouragement
to a very tired momber of the team during last
Saturday's win over Sewanhaka.
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Will Discuss Scholarship
George Weinstein, a member
of the State Board of Regents,
will discuss Scholarship Incentive
Awards at an American Association
of University meeting at the
Lockhart School on Thursday,
November 14 at 9: 00 p. m.
A business meeting is scheduled
for 8: 30 p. m.
TO A LOCAL Al'THOR
on the publication of
SEA- COAL FIRE
An old Dayman's tales
of marshland adventure
inspire a sense of
the natural beauty of
the Atlantic Coast wetlands.
The book is especially
at a time when these
are swiftly vanishing.
Illustrated in black and
white by John Kauf-mann
The Steelers handed the Jets
their first loss of the season
by a 14- 0 score in the last
round of play in the Massapequa
Mustangs' 9- 10 year old Town
League and forced a playoff for
the championship this Saturday
at 1: 30 at Burns Park. Both
teams woundup regular play with
identical records of 5 wins, 1
loss and 1 tie.
The second game at 2: 30 p. m.
will be a playoff between the
Cardinals and Vikings, who wound
up in a tie for third place with
similar records of 5 wins and
To reach the third place playoff,
the Cardinals downed the
Packers, 20- 7, and the Vikings
beat the Giants, 6- 0. Gerard
Lynch, Denis Danard and John
Dolan scored for the Cards. For
the Vikings, Rich O'Hara scored
on a 60- yard run on the first
play of the game for the lone
tally of the day. In the fourth
league meeting, the Raiders beat
the Chargers, 13- 6, to take a
step out of the league's cellar.
Tom Bottini and Steve Birnbaum
kept up their winning ways last
Sunday, the Seniors beat Elmont
38- 12, the Junior Varisty topped
Valley Stream, 12- 0, and the
Pee Wees defeated Franklin
Square, 19- 7. The Midget game
Three 11- 12 year old Town
League Games were postponed
by Sunday's rain.
One was made up on Election
Day with the first place Eagles
beating the second place Falcons
by a 12- 0 count. Tom Carey
Arthur Pulsinelli scored twice
for the Mustang Pee Wees at
Franklin Square, going 49 yards
for one and 13 for the other.
On Sunday, the Seniors will
face the Farmingdale Hawks in
a 2 p. m. game at Burns Park.
Both teams have gone undefeated
in Pop Warner Conference
Bantam Division play.
St. Rose Edges O. L. L. 12- 6
The St. Rose of Lima varsity
football team ? dged Our Lady
of Lourdas of Massapequa 12 to
6. Richie Robinson and Vinnie
Sidelli accounted for the Tiger
Jay Vees tied St. Ignatius 7- 7
in the last moments of the game,
with John Fitzpatrick scoring.
Coach Joe Meehan praised the
lne men for an outstanding defensive
and offensive performance.
The " C" team blanked Holy
Family 13 to 0. Two ofCside
penalties cost two more scores
including a Billy Cox 100 yard
score. Cox came back with a
40 yard dash. The second touchdown
was scored by Walter Fitzpatrick.
Coach Jim McCrave gave honorable
mention for outstanding
defensive work to Williams and
Brown and offense to Robie Fitzpatrick
and Hap Boeing.
The Tigers " C" team play St.
Ignatius away at Hicksville this
Saturday at 1: 00 p. m.
The St, Rose Varsity plays St.
Cyril away at Deer Park at 2: 30
p. m. on Sunday.
The Jay Vee Tigers play St,
Cyril at Deer Park at 1: 00 p. m.
I wish to express my sincere gratitude
to those voters in North Massapequa
West Massapequa, Plainedge, Bethpage
and Seaford who gave me a vote of con -
Perhaps in an other year, your confidence
in me can be of service to you.
Democratic Candidate for State Senator
in the 4th Senatorial District
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