Farmingdale High rooters came out in full force last Saturday
but their hopes were dimmed as Herrick* s edged the Dalers 13- 12
after the losers held an early 12- 0 lead.
A host of Massapequa defensive players stop an Oceanside drive
at Massapequa High School last Saturday as the Chiefs held Ocean-side
to one first down and went on to win by a 28- 0 score.
St. Rose Win Pair, Lose One
St. Rose of Lima * C* football
team beat Holy Family by a
13- 0 score.
After a scoreless first half,
Bill Bodkin and Mark Bross
scored on runs of 35 and 30
The Varsity squad also was
victorious by a 22- 0 score over
St. Raphael's. Vincent Sedelli,
Robert Robertson and Barney
Williams each scored touchdowns.
The Junior varsity lost a close
6- 0 game to St. Ann's and are
now in a three way tie in their
The varsity, junior varsity and
* Cf teams will be idle this Sunday.
CYO Basketball Registration
Registration for a St. Rose of
Lima CYO basketball will beheld
on Monday, October 21 at the
auditorium between the hours of
Form Sr. Citizen's Men's Club
The senior citizen's division
of the Oyster Bay Department of
Recreation and Community Activities
is forming a Senior Citizens'
The initial meeting will be held
Monday, October 21 at 1 p. m. at
the Police Boy's Club, 77 Main
Parkway, Plainview. All men who
are town residents and 55 years
of age or over, are eligible to join
this club whose main purpose is
to meet the needs and desires of
Bisons/ Chiefs Keep Winning;
Dalers, Devils Edged
Berner and Massapequa High
School football teams posted impressive
wins as Plainedge and
Farmingdale both lost in close
football battles last Saturday.
Berner romped to an easy 34- 0
victory over Long Beach after a
close 7- 0 first half.
In the third quarter, Bud Fen-nessy
broke open the contest by
scoring twice on runs of 26 and
35 yards. Steve Arata scored
on a 96 yard jaunt in the fourth
period and Brian Connelly concluded
the Bison scoring on a
three yard burst.
Coach Bill Brown's Bisons will
play host to Freeport this Saturday
at 1: 30 p. m. The visitors
were the last team to beat Berner
by a 20- 19 score in 1966.
Massapequa scored three
touchdowns in the first quarter
and coasted to a 28- 0 victory
over Oceanside as they held the
losers to one first down for the
6: 30 and 8: 30 p. m.
Registrants must be accompanied
by a parent. A $ 5 fee will
An 85 scoring pass from Pat
Olson to Steve McDonald set the
game pattern. Olson who completed
14 out of 18 pass attempts,
then found Richard Som-mers
for a ten yard scoring
pass play. A surprise Steve
McDonald to Jon Ambert 59 yard
pass closed out the first
In the fourth period, McDonald
tallied on a four yard burst as
the Chief's played ball control
with Tom 3ried gaining 97 yards
in 23 carries.
The Chief's travel to Lawrence
Farmingdale held 6- 0 and 12- 7
leads after the first two quarters
but went scoreless in the
second half as Herricks pulled
out a close 13- 12 win with a
score in the third period.
The Dalers Steve Moltisanti
scored first on a nine yard rollout
and fullback Mike Magid ran
ten yards for the second score.
A bad pass from center on a
placement kick attempt later
proved costly as the Dalers were
unable to convert either point
after their touchdowns. A piling
on penalty after a fourth down
had apparently failed, cost the
Dalers the ball and allowed Herricks
to score their winning
Coach Don Snyder's team w*. ll
play Clarke this Saturday in an
away league game.
A blocked kick for the extra
point cost Plainedge High at least
a tie, as the Red Devils were
edged 7- 6 by MacArthur last Saturday
on the winners field.
Plainedge trailed 7- 0 after one
quarter of play. A Rich Silver
to Mike Laurent! 35 yard pass
play gave Plainedge their only
score. The blocked kick followed.
Herricks will play host to the
Red D2vils this Saturday in a
game slated for 1: 30 p. m.
Activities will include woodworking,
photography, card playing,
billiards and special hunting
and fishing trips.
The senior citizen's division is
also starting oil painting classes
on Tuesday from 10 a. m. til noon
and bridge lessons on Monday at
1 p. m. given free at the Syosset-
Woodbury Community Center.
For additional information on
these and other senior citizen
programs, those interested
should call 921- 5944.
Mustangs Win Four On Road;
Upsets Mark Town League Action
All four traveling teams
turned in league victories but
upsets marked Mustang Town
leagues action this past weekend.
In the 9- 10 Year Old Town
League, the first place Vikings
were bumped out of first place
by the Cardinals by a 13- 6 score,,
In the 11- 12 Year Old Town
League, the Lions cemented their
hold on first place by besting
the Redskir^ 13- 8.
Stunning victories were posted
by the Midgets and PeeWees in
away LIMFOL games. The 12-
year- olds were in Hempstead,
where they roared back in the
final quarter to beat the home
team 20- 19 and preserve an unbeaten
record. The 10- year- olds,
behind 6- 0 at the half in Syosset
rallied to win, 13- 6.
Mike O'Neill was the spark
the Midgets needed as they registered
all 20 of their points in
the final period. He scored a
pair of touchdowns and two extra
P. B. C. Slates
Massapequa Police Boys Club
will hold its annual Fall Dance
at the Sons of Italy Hall, South
Farmingdale on Saturday, October
26, at 9 p. m. Donation is $ 5
per couple. For ticket information
call 799- 5981.
Mark Library Opening
Sir Laurence Olivier in the
much acclaimed film version of
Hamlet will be one of the highlights
of a weeklong series of
programs celebrating the dedication
of the new Plainedge Public
Library building and marking
the 5th anniversary Of the establishment
of the library. The
film will be shown on Tuesday
evening, October 22 at 8: 00 p. m.
Tickets will be required and may
be obtained at the library-
Other programs during the
week will include two popular
authors Arnold Madison, a Plain-edge
school teacher, on Wednesday
evening at 7: 30 p. m. and
Sydney Taylor, of the " All- of-a-
Kind" series, on Friday at
• 4: 00 p. m. They will speak about
The PeeWee effort was paced
by Mark Koetzner who scored
on a two- yard smash and Gary
Kowalski, who went six yards for
At home, the Mustang Junior
Varsity handed the visiting Port
Washington Tigers with easej
29- 0. Tom Nagle scored twice
on short runs and was leading
offensive player with over 100
The Senior team, which
traveled to Plainview, humbled
the home team by a 54- 0
count. Scoring in every period,
the Mustangs were led on offense
by Tom Mutz, who tallied three
times and Tom Cheslak twice.
The Jets, undefeated and once
tied, took over sole possession
of first place with a 26- 0 win
over the Chargers. Arthur Kumm,
Keith Michael is, Jack Kearney
and Peter Angerame got the Jet
The Giants shutout the Packers
12- 0 as Billy Mallon and John
McKeon hit paydirt.
The Steelers rang up a 26- 7
win over the Raiders. Russ Hurst
tallied 12 points.
In the Lion's victory, John
Tellekamp passed to Bob Dolan
for one and to Mitch McKee for
scores. Peterson cut off a
final Redskin drive with an interception
in the final minute.
The Redskins were led by Pete
Galassoi " Who intercepted a pass
for a score and Dan Silvestro^;
who made an end zone tackle for
a two- point safety.
The Eagles rolled over the Dolphins,
30- 0. Kevin Finley scored
twice, Tom Carey, Steve Alter
and Frank Prine eac/ tallied once.
In the Falcon 6- 0 win over the
Bears, a pass from Pat McCann
to Marc Bresky was the game's
Art Exhibit At State Park
The Nineteenth annual Amateur
Art Exhibit, sponsored by the
Long Island State Park Commission,
will be held at the Beth-page
State Park Clubhouse from
Thursday, October 17, to Sunday,
October 20. Exhibit hours will
be from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. daily
except Sunday. The exhibit will
close on Sunday following presentation
of awards at 2 p. m.
Amateur painters may enter
the exhibit which is centered on
two main fields- oil and water
color. The exhibit will also
Those wishing to exhibit may
do so by writing to the Director
of Special Events, Jones Beach
State Park for the required application
A cardboard imitation of Ralph J. Marino, serves as a stand in
as a group of judicial candidates and lovely ladies wished good
luck in his cantpaign for the state senate. Left to right, Edward
Baker, David Holman and Edward Poulos. Girls of the Marino
Corps watch the greeting at a recent fund- raising fashion show
held for Marino at the Garden City Hotel.
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