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   Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1975, Chester, Pennsylvania                              Sbandi's dumps Gross RoseMarie Sports calendar CHESTER Sbandi's Cafe scored four runs in the first inning and one in the second 'and pitcher Carmen lanieri and his defense made the lead hold up in a 5-2 win over Gross Place Tuesday. The win gives Sbandi's a two- game sweep of the Over-30 League semifinal playoff series and puts Sbandi's in the finals against the winner of the Chester Youth-Liberty Ford series which resumes tonight at Scott Park. lanieri was touched for two first inning runs then stopped the defending champions on three hits over the final six frames. Losing pitcher Floyd Furniss gave up ten hits. John McGinn opened Sbandi's first inning with a single, then Jack Muscolini singled. With one out, Harry Brooks singled McGinn home then lanieri hit a sacrifice fly. The third run scored on an error and Leo Levandowski singled to knock in the fourth run. Gross got its two runs in the bottom of the first as Jim Clarke singled, Butch Baracliffe hit into a fielder's choice, Joe Kelly doubled and Lee Longhurst slapped a two-r- un single. Sbandi's got the final run of the game in the top of the second inning. Ray (Jaws) Karpin, swinging with another, bat after breaking his favorite' model in batting practice, got the rally going with a single he" was still talking about several hours later. Lakers coast ASTON The Lakers ex- ploded for 48 second half points while holding the Trailblazers to 25 to post a 77-50 decision in first game of the best-of-3 series for the Perm Delco Basketball League cham- pionship. The Lakers, coached by former Sun Valley High star Harry Warren, had five double figure scorers with Dave Nuyannes leading the attack with 18 points. Harry Poole scored 15 points, Billy Goodman had 13, Mike Donato scored 12 and Em Driscoll hit 10 points. Poole, who did a good job defensively on the Trailblazers' leading scorer, George Hor- nibrook, and Rich (Whale) Connolly controlled the boards for the Lakers. Hornibrook, who had been averaging 27 points per game, and Ken Ednie scored 18 points apiece for the Blazers. Trailblaiers H'brpbk Fin-lien M'Namara Ednie Arnold Glessner G FP 2 18 a 4 3 5 8 18 1 3 0 2 Lakers Driscoll Poole C. C-'man. B.G'man Nuyannes Donato Connolly Cole G F P 4 -2 10 I 15 1 3 1 13 2 18 0 12 04 0. 2 Total 18 14 50 TRAILBLAZERS LAKERS Total 35 777 .25 25 50 29 48 77 Fouls Missed: Trail 9, Lakers 8 Officials: Charles Wiggins, Emmett. Brennan Gallagher joins Bell staff PHIALDELPHIA Frank Gallagher, former St. James High star, was named'offensive line coach of the Philadelphia Bell of the World Football League Tuesday; Ruth Seniors beaten, 2-0 PARSIPPANY, N.J.-The Delco Senior Babe Ruth all- stars suffered their first loss Tiiesday in the Middle Atlantic Senior Babe Ruth regional tournament. 'Metropolitan NeW York defeated Delco, 2-0, with two unearned runs in the ninth inning. ;rpete Filson blanked: Metropolitan on two hits for the first seven innings. He was relieved by Mike Finio, who was charged with the loss, despite pitching well. He allowed two hits. was to play again this afternoon at 5 p.m." in the double elimination tourney. Qordy, Fuller Beat Bullets Carlton Gordy scored 26 points and Darryl Fuller had 25 as the-iakers nipped the Bullets, 65-63, Tuesday in a Chester Boys Club Basketball League game. 'William Carter had 16 points, Rickie Rich scored 14 and Daryl Mitchell, Jimmy Davis and Michael Gibbs.each had 11 points for the Bullets. Randy Legette fired in 37 pojnts and Tank Cooper had 35 as the. Knicks crushed the 76ers, 94-59. Also joining head coach Willie Wood on the Bell staff are former Cleveland Browns' running back Leroy Kelly as offensive backfield coach and former Green Bay Packer star Herb Adderley, who will handle the defensive backs and linebackers. Gallagher, who played for the Detroit Lions, Atlanta Falcons and Minnesota Vikings before joining the Bell last season, has retired as an active player, McAlister McGinn singled and Jack Muscolini hit a sacrifice fly (a very long drive) to score Karpin (again, it was a very long After that .run scored, the defenses took over with Muscolini, lanieri and Harry Brooks turning in 'some sparkling plays for Sbandi's and first baseman Ron Diehl making some fine plays for Gross Place. McGinn had'three hits and Brooks and Levandowski each had a pair for Sbandi's. Kelly and Clark had two hits for Gross Place. Sbandi's win, eliminating the defending champion, assured that the league would not have a defending champion repeat as playoff winner for the fourth consecutive season. D-H-L bows in tourney DREXEL HILL-Drexel- Hilltop-Uanerch, one of two Delaware County entries in the state Babe Ruth tournament for 13-year-olds being played here, was defeated by Phoenixville, 8-2, in one of two games played here Tuesday. In the other, Jim Leonard pitched a one-hitter and Paul Nance batted in two runs as, Hazelton eliminated Hatboro, 3- 0. Phoenixville put D-H-L away with a six run fifth inning rally. Winning pitcher Jack Dettra, who struck out U, helped his own cause by batting in three runs. Action continues today in the double elimination tourney with Broomall playing Hazelton at 3 p.m. and D-H-L battling Blue Valley at Levittown and Phoenixville, the' only two unbeaten teams, clash at 3 p.m. Thursday. winners The late inning heroics of Al Pierdomenico ,and Ralph Laxton paced Rose Marie Lounge and Scheivert Real Estate to victories' Tuesday in the Industrial Valley Softball League playoffs. Pierdomenico ripped a three- run homer in the sixth inning to wipe out a 4-3 Heiden's lead and get Rosemarie on its way to an 8-4 victory. The best-of-3 series is'tied, l- 1, with the deciding game slated Thursday, 6 p.m., at Clay ton Park No. 4. Laxton, who wound up with a 3-for4 day, drove in the deciding run with a bases loaded single in the bottom of the eighth inning as Scheivert nipped Clifton Precision, 5-4, in their playoff opener. Rose Marie's Jim Bigas added two insurance runs with a two-run single in the.seventh. Bigas, John Harron, Harry Schukraft, Bill Taylor and Babe West each had two hits for Rose Marie. Pierdomenico was the winning pitcher. Jim Jordan drove in three of Scheivert's runs with ,two sacrifice flys. Bill Wright and Gunnar Steward each had three hits with Steward including a double, triple and RBI. Schivert and Clifton play game No. 2, 6 p.m. today, at Lima field. Pro soccer NASL WEDNESDAY'SRESULTS Washington at Baltimore Chicago at Tampa Bay Boston at New York Seattle at San Antonio (Only Games Scheduled) MONDAY'SRESULTS (No Games Scheduled) Amateur baseball TUttDArfiOAMES ifcpUMw Haab's StiBfXO 8. MedlaZ BwnttDiv. WLT W'L T Haab's 24 6 25 5 4 Marple 24 7 20113 Media 13 20 3 Broomall 17 25 4 Red Sox 11 220 Nate Sen 10212 Corsairs 5 29 2 Norwood _JOJ3J WEDNESDAY'S GAMES DeicoLeuaie Eureka Red Sox vs. A's, p.m., Sharon Hill High Nate Ben's vs. Haab's Sunoco, p.m.. Sun Oil AA AC vs. Marple Newtown, p.m., Marple Jr. High Chester Youth Chichester vs. Brookside, 6 p.m. Amateur softball TUESDAY'S RESULTS Control Pitch PUyofh American League Gross Place 11, Blue Chip 5 (Gross wins best-of-3 series, National League Sullivan's 15. Sportsmen 4 (Sullivan's leads best-of-3 series, 1-0) Westf End Bar 8, West End AC 6 (WEB leads best-of-3 series, 1-0) Delco Tavern Playoffs Colonial 14, Apple Pie 3 (Colonial wins best-of-3 scries, 2-0) Belvedere 6, Ernie's 1 (Belvedere wins best-of-3 series, 2-0) Don's Essington 0, Pete's Darby 3 (Don's leads best-of-3 series, Ml) 0'Hagan'sJO.MyPlace4 (Best-of-3 series tied, 1-1) Western Delco Firemen's Playoffs Concordville 7, Lenni 0 (Best-of-3 series tied, H) Middletown 10, Aston 4 (Middletown leads best-of-3 series, 1-0) Reliance 7, LinwoodO (Reliance leads best-of-7 series, 1-0) Viscose 14, Bethel 8 (Viscose wins best-of-3 series, 2-0) Industrial Valley Playoffs Rose Marie's 8, Heiden's4 Best-of-3 series tied. Hi Scheivert 5, Clifton Precision 4 (Scheivert leads best-of-3 series, 1-0) Over-SOPlayotis Sbandi's Cafe 5, Gross Place 2 (Sbandi's wins best-of-3series, 2-0) Ridley Township League Catania 3, Spt. Goods 1 Danny Murphy's 5, Catania 3 WEDNESDAY'SGAMES Control Pitch Playoffs American League Harbor Light vs. 18-20, Chester 3 Harbor Light leads best-of-3 series, 1-0) May's vs. Adam's, Memorial 2 (May'sleadsbest-ot-Sseries.l-O) Vesuvio's vs. Johnny's, Grace Park (Johnny's leads best-of-3 series, 1-0) National League Fichter's vs. Marino's. Memorial 3 and game of best-of-3 Liberty Ford. Scott Park. lewis bwt-of-3 MM FlwBMB'i Ptaypfli Unni vs. Concordville, Garnet Valley (3rd game of best-ot-3 series) Aston vs. Mlddlrtown, Francis Harvey Green (2nd game of best-of-3 series) Linwood vs. Reliance, Fury Road (2nd game of best-of-3 series) InduitrUl Valley Clifton Precision vs. Scheivert, Lima School (2nd game of best-of-3 series) Amateur basketball TUESDAY'S RESULTS BerberlanPiayoHi Young Democrats 82, Joe Hand 81 Big 5 Sports 91, Pilot Air Freight 90 Penn-DeteoFlMli Lakers 77, Trailblazers 50 Lakers lead best-of-3 series, 1-0) Chester Evening Open League West Branch? 79, Mills' Gang 51 Red Sox 65, Buckeroos 45 WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Berberian PKyofb Young Democrats vs. Big 5 Sports, p.m. (1st game of best-of-3 semifinals) Mrs. Paul's Pals vs. McGovera, p.m. 11st game of best-of-3 semifinals) Penn-Deko TraUblaierS vs. Lakers, 7 p.m., Sun Valley i anfl game of best-of-3 series) ChesterEvenlngOpenLeague Memorial Park Staples vs. Youth in Action, 7p.m. Gritaaces vs. Butler, 8 p.m. Pro lacrosse NLL TUESDAY'S RESULTS WINGS 15, Maryland 13 Long Island 22, Boston 14 Pro football CFL TUESDAY'S RESULT Hamilton 15, Montreal 8 DELAWARE Ridley Rink WOOMTN SNomw camr INDOOR ICC COMPLEX MEMBERSHIPS NOW ACCEPTED; MNING COCKTAIL PACIUTIffS Adult Movies Private sit-down booths. 46 X-rated. 8 MM color movies to choose from. 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