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   Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 6, 1975, Chester, Pennsylvania                              Control Pitch Sullivan's, WE Bar win Ray Szeliga's two-run sixth inning homer lifted West End Bar to an 8-6 victory over neigh- borhood rival West End AC. Tuesday, in the opening game of their" best-of-3 playoff series in the Chester Control Pitch League. In other games. Sullivan's Pub won its playoff opener over Sportsman's. 15-4 and Gross Place eliminated Blue Chip. 11- 5. taking their best-of-3 series. 2-0. Other West End Bar leaders were Kevin Dare with Dan Chominski with a pair of hits and Paul Wolnick with a home run. Reliever Joe Ellsworth was the winning pitcher. Walt Teofilak had 3-for-3 and Tom Miller hit a home run for West End AC. Sullivan's won its llth straight as Dave Ribero stroked four hits including a home run. Tony Dragon! added three hits and Bill Swanson drilled a pair of triples. Winning pitcher George Potter (11-2) registered his ninth straight victory. Don Nickerson drove in four runs with 4-for-4 to lead Gross Place over Blue Chip. Beggar McGinn had three hits, Paul Jones and Bill Mireider two each. Joe Harper had three hits. Curt Fitzgerald and George Green two each for Blue Chip. Topper Corcoran was the winning pitcher. THE BURGUNDY IForm.rl, IOITON IOOM) 25 E. HINCKLIY AVE. RIDLEY PARK, PA. FRI., SAT. t SUN. "The EVERGREENS" FEATURING FRANKIE VALE, LEAD SINGER TERRY ON THE ORGAN BARBARA ON DRUMS Direct From CHATEAU LOUNGE LUNCHEONS I DINNERS SERVED DAILY 9 A.M. to A.M. SUNDAY DINNERS 1 to 10 Adult Films! 8 MM. 200' rffl reg P( selections Money bock tfU Co if not deliRlit'.'d Tine nilo. il RC Call 609 or come W in 35 W. Bro.id St'wl. PaulsDoro- Fi Open 'J AM If) AM Also adnltl IllXlkS ?5C Shows IlOVCltlOS. I We tr.-itlc hook'. A films Hiifry. Dili t Pn-s.-ill tills IX" natron DAILYflMES OQ 4V OHN'S FAT MRNARO BUTCH JACKSON ITAVIRN Fairview M., Crum Lynne i Hot Sandwiches and Snacks 133-9971 "SABARSTAR" Thurs.July31 first Skew It P.M. HILLTOP TAVERN Baltimore Pike Rte. 261 Chester Heights GL 9-8656 WED. NITE SHRIMP NITE 9 'Til NITE CAP The Montello's tettj, Sandj Thurs., Fri Sot. Nites Big Band Sounds of RUDY The HAPPY DAYS 1919ChichesterAve. BoOthwyn, Po. 494-9990 LP LMVKNCE PARK ___________ THEATERS Spioul 1 Lawrence Rds., Bioomall Pa. Free Parking EL 6-3300 MANDINGO (R) OR" Jacqueline ftyf f K UAT Susinne's UNvE I) NUI ENOUGH (R) DiMatteoiUncito's LIVE MON. Thru SAT. STOP-LOOK AND LISTEN LADIES ME EVERY THURS. Dress Code Strictly Enforced OPEN 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.- Except Sunday X ADULTS ONLY X J..JJ -------r .RANDYWINE CLUBB RT. 1 202 CHADDS FORD, PA __ _. _ playoffs Democrats dunk Joe hand, 82-81 SINGLES MU5IC-DANCING-RAP SESSION TOPIC.- What is a woman? Nominal Charge Refreshments EVERY FRIDAY EVENING 8 P.M. UNITARIAN CHURCH 145 W. Rose Tree Road, Media LO 6-4853 A staggering panorama of oriental sexual practices where carnal diversions were being perfected while the rest of the world was still in caves. In color. PROSTITUTION AND PORNOGRAPHY IN THE ORIENT Weekdays Sat. Sun. Share the passions the pleasures of a heart- stopping moment of ecst- asy. A very adult film pre- sented in color. TOWER OF LOVE AL f SERVING DINNERS FROM WED. THRU SUNDAY SPECIAL DINNER FEATURES NITELY NOW APPEARING WED. THRU SUN. IN THE CONTINENTAL ROOM JAY SAMUEL COMPANY APPEARING IN THE BRANDYWINE ROOM FRI. S SAT. CROSS FIRE Weekdays _ Sat. Sun. AIR CONDITIOMID FOR TOUR COMFORT DAVfl ADT 8th i, STS. BUTUAKI CHESTER, PA. TR 2-8775 EVERY WED. SPAGHETTI NITI Spaghetti 4 Meatballs, Salad iijjijjjjifff EVERY THURSDAY CLAM NITE EVERY FRIDAY SHRIMP NITE ALL YOU CAN EAT OPM TD 12P.M. SPRINGFIELD The Young Democrats of Ridley Township grabbed the lead for the first time at the buzzer in nipping Joe Hand Promotions. 82-81. Tuesday in the Rich Berberian Basketball League playoffs. In. the other game. Big 5 Sports Center nipped Pilot Air Freight, 91-90, to also advance to the semifinals. Big 5: takes on the Young Democrats at tonight and McGovern meets Mrs. Paul's in the second game of the doubleheader as the best-of-3 semifinal series begin. Rodney Duncan, who mat- ched a league record with eight assists, tossed in a 22-foot shot with one second to play to give the Young Democrats their win over Joe Hand. Gregg Parker, -who shot 13- for-19 from the floor, led the Democrats with 27 points. Duncan had 19 and Fred Moon scored 15 points and had eight rebounds. Mike Finley, who. was 12-for- 18 shooting, had 24 points, Matt Mihalich had 21, Frank Muller had 15 points and 11 rebounds and Joe Hand had 13 points for Hand. Joe Kurtz, who scored 34 points on 13-for-2l field goal accuracy, and had six assists, made two free throws with 55 seconds to play to put Big 5 ahead of Pilot to stay. John Faison chipped in with 17 points, Tyrone Jackson scored 15' points and had 13 Big 5 Kurtz Young Johnson Hall Faison Rice Jordan Giordano rebounds and Carlton Hall grabbed 10 rebounds for Big 5. Mike Davis had 26 points and 21 rebounds. Mike Brooks scored 25 points and grabbed 15 rebounds and Robert Jacobs sank 14 points for Pilot. Young Democrats Joe Hand U F P STATE STARTS TONITE From P.M. Duncan Schaffer Parker Gordy Shockley Shrader Leake Moon :i i lit Mihalich 0 Finley 1 27 Muller 3 1 7 Hand 4 U 8 McLoone 000 1 U 2 7 I IS G K P 932] 12 U 24 4 7 15 6 1 13 408 Total 4 82 Total :io 11 81 DEMOCRATS 22 IB 21 a-82 JOE HAND 22 21 18 20-81 Fouls Missed: Uemsa. Hand4 Officials: Phil Atwood. Bill Bland MADRID INN "The INN Place" .Concord Road, Aston Music Wed., Thurs., Fri. Sot. Nites FAMILY Pilot G F P 13 834 Brooks 059 Davis 7 1 15 McDevitt 0 4 Downs 7 3 17 Hush 1 2 4 Jacobs 2 (i 4 Wood 204 Cassidy Total 36 19 91 Total 37 16 9U BIG 5 19 17 26 PILOT 16 27 21 26-90 Fouls .Missed: Big 12. Pilot 8 Officials: Joe Crawford. Gerry Dnnaghy Hoffman, Chandler blank foes Pitching usually isn't the name of the game in the Delco Firemen's League, but it was Tuesday in a pair of playoff games. Ron Hoffman lofted a four-hitter as Reliance blanked Linwood. 7-0, and BUI Chandler rationed'five hits and struck out two as ConcofiKllle knocked off Lermi Heights. 7-fj. In other playoff games. Middletown whipped Aston- Beechwood. 10-4 and Viscose eliminated Bethel. 14-8. Reliance and MiddJetwon have l-O leads. Concordville and Middletown are tied. M, and Viscose has erased Bethel, 2-0. in best-of-3 series'. Hoffman had plenty of sup- port as Vic Kushto socked two triples. Charlie Burns and George MacVeigh drilled home runs and Pat MacPherson collected a pair of hits for Reliance. Concordville's leaders were Carl Davis with a three-run homer, Ken Turner with three hits, Bill Kelly and BUI Chan- dler, Jr. with two hits. Middletown was led by JimWllcox with 3-for-4, a home run and four RBI. Bill Wooding, Ray Loring and Bud Mauger added two hits each and Rick Tull had two RBI. Herb Thomas had two hits and Scott Goodale two hits including a triple for Aslon- Beechwood. Ray Titter was the winning pitcher, and Jim Martin was the loser despite getting three strikeouts. PICCADILLY! ROOM "MARCO AT THE ORGANS TUES. THRU SAT. EVERY WEDNESDAY CLAM NITE ALL YOU CAN EAT i 9PM. TO 72P.M. PER PERSON SUNDAV DINNER 2 P.M.-lOf.M. LUNCHEONS-DINNERS KITCHEN OPEN TIL A.M. 4 BANQUET ROOMS 10 TO 200 PERSONS MacDADE HOUSE 2107 MacDade Blvd. Holmes LU 6-3400 DAVID CARRADINE A CROSSCOUNTRY DAVID CARRADINE in DEATH RACE 2000 starring SIMONE GRIFFETH and SYLVESTER STALLONE miQiirMKIIClMIKII WtliSliW.Btfl METROCOLOR MgD KHS WSL R'- -PLUS "SUPER SPOOK" MEETINGS, PARTIES BANQUETS FOR20 fo 7000 PERSONS YOOR'HOSTS RAY CARPENTER JIMMY WALKER ,FOR RESERVATIONS) CALIGL 9-4400 R f SELLERS the RETURN Of the Pink Panther G United Artists _ ExEi Mm 449.6800 MON.-THURS. BARGAIN MAT. WED. Ifcn-Thurs BARGAIN MAT. WED. MANDINGO A PARAMOUNT RH.EASE R OPENS SHOWS CONT. DUSK STARTS TOWITf.' CHARLES BBONSON "DEATH WISH" Join The Dining-Out Revolution! Mondays to Friday from 5 P.M. L10G CABIN INN WtWIOK WT. 1} BEOtt, PI 10 4-IOT4 STEAK PRIME RIB LOBSTER TAIL Your FRIED SHRIMP choke M95 4 Dinners include. Idaho baked potato, fresh baked bread, Dutter. coffee. Plus all the fresh salad you can make at our new open salad bar. "BON APPETIT." NOW OPEN SUNDAYS DINNER SERVED FROM 2 P.M. LIVE MUSIC AND DANCING Friday and Saturday Nights JAWS Kl 3-2290 GOV BlVO 762 MON. THRU THURS. r J f ,n TT 4 fi i ,1 FRI. 6, 8 10; SAT. MAT. 1; EVES 6, 8 i 10 FRI. 6, 8 110; MT 2 46 II111 SUN 2 3 i SUN. 7.45 9.40 if STARTS WHITE AT BOTH THEATRES! DAVID'CARRADINE m DEATH RflCf iOO A CROSS COUNTRY ROAD WRECK! "low-down funny and high funny, funny in almost every conceivable Dennis Cunningham rib tickling laughs all the Joe Baltoke, Phila. Daily News "Allen's at his best in 'LOW and DEATH' devistatingly funny easily the finest comedy this Desmond Ryan 'Phila. Inquirer WOODY DIANE ALLEN KEATON "LOVE and DEATH" -vg MON.-SAT. United Artists SUN. BARGAIN MAT. WED. FRI. 1P.M. TRI-STATE TWIN WEST GOSHEN urn. mm THUHS. MAT. i. EVE 7-.is s FRI. 1. EVE S SAT. SUII. t 2nd BIG 'Benji is the most entertaining family picture of our time. Maybe Liz Smith of Coimopoliton. of all time." ff Bonn MON. THRU FRI. 7 P.M. SAT. 5, P.M. SUN. NOWTsf Wild. Wonderful. 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