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   Bucks County Courier Times (Newspaper) - May 4, 1967, Levittown, Pennsylvania                               92 BUCKS COUNTY COURIER TIMES MAY 1967 CLEARING LUMBER Wilson Hiph b School's Gary Goodwin is locked in a duel with Council Rock's Don Matthews in the ISO-yard low hurdlers in yesterday's Lower Bucks County Track Leapue meet. Goodwin won the race and Wilson de- feated Council 99-12. Times Sports Photo by Denis Tennent Remains Unbeaten William Tennent High re- mained me of the two unbeaten teams In the Lower Bucks Coun- ty Track League with a 96-44 victory over Bristol yesterday. In other league Wilson took the measure of Council and Bensa- Bristol Rallies To Nip 'Skins Coach Ted Kowal's Bristol Warriors came up with runs in the sixth inning to defeat host Neshaminy yesterday by a 'I final tally. Tony Bristol's Junior mound ace set down M Redskin batters via the strikeout while giving out just one free MSS. Embessl and Neshaminy Bob were locked in a fine pitchers duel for 'ive innings before the Warriors Reed from the hill in the txth. John Burg opened by drawing walk and Joe Accardi prompt- y slammed a home run to give he Warriors breathing room. Cimino followed with a ingle and that was all for Pollick then got two men out efore Bill Twitty singled to nock in the final run. lem toppled The Tennent who meet undefeated Neahaminy next Wednesday for the LBCL were paced by Dave only double winner against copping firsts In the high jump and triple jump. Wilson's Mike Stutland had a field day against placing first In three events. Stutland took honrs In the high triple jump and broad jump. Other double dinner for Wilson were Gary Goodwin highs TIMNINMIItTOI. TUCK t VMMARV T tN t. PU1 T t. VUwe B 3. Jla T 1 Mttf 1 1. TtUMt and and Stan Normin and The Morrisvllle-Bensalem match had two double winners. The Owls' Jim Allahand was first In the mile and 880 while the Bulldogs' Jeff Phillips copped firsts in thc 100 and 220. AMERICA'S CAR3EST FAMILY CLOTHING CHAIN Holy Ghost Prep Quintet Bids Farewell To Custer ab II 4 M'ona ri 3 Rfltfcr 0 Sp'cino rf 4 BOM rf a Embritl p i tletf In 1 Drill Ib t Accardi Ib Vn'bnl Clnuno Jb Cliont c i 1 n S M'nflli A 'It 11 i Toll It Brlitol Ncihatnlnr P'qulne tt llltl u G'taiKt c Brharlb Rted f-tl Hi MrM'on Ib Hum rf rollick p CDrll II ID i r 1 tt 0 a o o n i n n 0 o o inn 1 0 0 14 HI Mi I I By STACY BRIGGS j Holy Ghost Prep finished thejsitv. junior varsity and Courier Times Sports Writer past court season with a 12-11' man basketball teams. PHILADELPHIA Thefmark' bul what was more im' innual Hoh Ghnsi Prep basketball banquet which was 1st cvemnc at the Cottage Inn. turned out as a far fresh lor Columbus Invitational Bas fll Joe who recently re- signed as LaSalle College bas- ketball was the guest speaker The after-dinner program was liapate in the past season tour ney which was a Class-B schola stic classic. Thus a Class-C team Jrom Pennsylvania trckke to Maryland and as a de- finite proceeded to knock off the top Washington i m n i Rnh r.te fhe trophv uhtclTthc 'conducted by Anthony D' the'n St Inr hS ho UOtl lls W3S 0n'-V lhfi at FranC1S PrCP GrOVC at the ComucJs m lts short the 1 Pa'- final to carrv oft thc U.ffihtc lftr .iciht 'lrSt haVJI18 COmC thC jcars whcn the Custer cross-cnunlry when will Iraw Holv Ghost 'Firebirds finished with a 14-1 at thc end of this to enter record the coaching ranks m mdqwntl 1 Speaker ent and pemi-profcSMnnal has-1 Gathered at the court banquet is where my were close lacultv and heart is members of thc Firebirds' var Several players received now coveted trophy. awards for their fine perform- Cuslcr credited the develop- during thc course of thc mcnt of Frank Weiss into a top Ralph the rugged 6-4 who will at tend Itoanoke College on a full was named thc team's most valuable player. Bourgeois was a first-learn choice on the Courier Times All- Star Quintet. a capable and dedicat- ed headed up everything at Holy Ghost of on the athletic season at hand notch defender as the key to thc post season laurels Weiss was given trophy as thc team's mosUimproved player. Heycr. who gave thc trophy to Weiss some one wins an award like it means he has shown a great deal of nork and proves to you that you possess all thc attri butcs that will make you a succ- ess in any walk of Other former associates of Light In Spotlight He spoke softly. becnj Cus'cr included 183. Lilian 165 and Mary 177. Nat 574 and Gloria i DICK AMTMANN Courier-Times Bowling Writer Irv Woody and George Light turned in bnllian exhibitions at Bristol Pike Lanes in league opened with 189. then on fire and Wednesday Joan numed the pins lor 234 and Ashbv m. Connjo Raabi 189 and a staling OS wries u im73 1BO _ posted scores ol 211 216 and for a 674 total Auxiliary Thclma Hoffmirc. at iLeacue Lil Hogcrs Ruth successful here at Holy 1 and now that I'm leav- light. 674 Blasting thc Nile were Grace memories memories with me.' After recapping the years be I fore Custer dwelled on thc that this season's oumlct first headed thc pals unn a mf- M1. Jlary tj-585 Her games were IM VVlsei Dons Scnccsc_ Natilia Saundcrs. at Bristol and Mndene m m was second with 221-189 Vulco Rich 571. JUBILEE I Kaffee I D t Watchers m the limelight. 207. Robertson Walsh. 168 Betty Elts-i Joh 200 and Carl Rei- Dm. Cichnr Ladies Handicap 475 and Bev 179 Sophie Garrin. Rina Our Lady of Capoaai Bonnie Rogers. Jim Hasting and Lvdia Devlin. 188. DonMacesic. Mert Basso. 196 Mixed League Coffee and Don- n But and came around We just weren't jcCg and although we iome close to the New town Jaycee Tournament over Chnstmas. we were stilt not ready to win the close of the season. Holy Ghost won its last three games and tied for the iast play- off spot in the Suburban Catholic but lost in a playoff for that final spot Custer that fourth place finish was the best ever at Holy Highlight Of Season Then the highlight of the sea- son came when Jim Phelan. head coach at Our Lady Lourdcs who led his team to thc runner up spot this year in thc PCIAA Class A tourney as well as Char- lie coach at Father Judge High School and a mem- ber of LaSalle College's last NCAA championship team. Custer's last official act was John Lawlor as next s team captain. Boccclla Cited Nick this year's court was given a tro- phy symbolic of his dedication ......_____... _ cmch at Mount St- Col- Mike Suder. 180 539 Alma Markert 192 '_ Icce invited thc Firebirds in par- J97-579. Matthews 201- Janc m and Hnzci 201 -io2. Art Eirrodt. 208_- BlU2 Fran Smith. IR5 1B9 suburban Joe Hich and Ann Meehan. 173 173 4Bfi ards 2Ifi _ LEVITTOWN Pacing 59I Jcrry 229 the Jades were Dot Blackmon St Joe's captured the Catholic Jenny Baldacci. 167 5COrers Ginger Soden. 180. Manon Post. Mjke 2i5 _ 596. Trudy Walderon. 237 Wallv __ i __ iftl inA Jofln Marion Crooks. 194 and Joyce W. PIKE Best in the Southampton Ladies' loop were Mary Welling. Helen Trand- Dolly Scott. 179 and 229 and Mike 229. STREET Starring in the Feasterville Bussinessmens loop were Harry 208-195 Dave Demetrio. 213 Bill Lipzke. 187-185 Whi- Track Couches To Plan Track coaches of the Bucks County League will meet at 7 o'clock tonight at Bristol High Wilson Bris- to conduct a seeding meet- ing for the 44th running of thc to thc spirit of Holy Ghost Prep. Boccclla was often described by Cusler as my coach on the floor.'' John a sophomore at West Chester State College and a Holy Ghost was cit- ed for his to his alma a standout track performer for the helped Custer on numerous weekends with his coaching duties. The over which was draped the net cut down after iihe final game of the Emmits- I burg tourney is symbolic to both Haly Ghcst'Prcp and Bob Cus- ter as thc of an I Now ihc Cornwclls Heights preparatory school loses the Lower i man who brought it a fine ath- HO 101 Eagles Ink 2nd Choice The Philadel phia Eagles wrapped up another big package from Cleveland to and hold high hopes that this one has some of thc quali tics of their last delivery from that Ohio city. General manager-coach Joe Kuharich said that he has re- ceived a signed 1967 National Football League contract from guard Jon the Eagles' No. 2 draft choice from Kent State. hometown is Cleve Kuharich that's the town that produced Bob Brown. If Jon is looking for a player to pattern himself after in this he couldn't find a better example than an All Pro like Brooks will join the other Ea- gles' rookies and a group of se- lected veterans who will open pre-scason training at Pa. on July one week before the nucleus of vet- ran players report on July 23. The rookies will their first taste of NFL action at p.m. Saturday. July 29 when they oppose the Washington rookies in a formal scrimmage at Hershey Stadium 1M t. Ultr ft 1 T 1. fttat T Tim 1IJ 41 Milt 1. Bob TtlttttJl. T J. Ed CttlMl. T 1. Botcttr. T Tlnn t. iHUer. Jot StltottU. Gtlt Md Jin 6 milt 1. T J. fruik UtriOc. T 3. Btrrj Zlmmtr. TTlmt ff 0 GDI. T t. Tom CUROT. T I. Nrtl Wilflit. T Time MJ 0 IH itvt t. BUI T 1. Ed T 1. B Tint SJ I 110 Dick Triitur. B i Htrta B Cbuck T 1 I. Art T L T B Time MJ I Milt 1. TtestDl tat 1 Jhtl nt L T I. Nti- MO EUtowrtu T Duunct I 1 1. T Steve fljia. B 3. Entle T Outuce 3 viwlt 1. PUI ClbMB. T 1. Del B UdfU IV 11 Hllh lump 1. T J. 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Kcjr Lee. B Dlitantr 3V y It fcrtad I. Huitfer. H t. Klo- B 1. M OJiUnce 19'ir 3 Tatali it 11 pa iptt .It CYO Loop Sets Baseball Clinic The Lower Bucks County Catholic Youth Organization will hold a baseball clinic tomorrow vening beginning at 7 p.m. at the Bishop Egan High School. The program includes a talk n play situations by Joe Cole- Egan baseball as- sisted by umpire Dan Finlcy. There'll also be a discussion on letic program and gave the boys a competitive spirit which prob- ably will forever remain with them. Dlanne 178. Bnstow. 187-187 541 and'M2 TlfLLYTOWN Soark- Jerrv 221 to pro- Inf the Three Fs were_Ed MOHRISVILLE j111 entrv ofiDierruff Names Coach chus. 1M-1M-192 Bob Breese. 212 Ira Walter- 221 Ed Kravack. 2W Sfil. Ball and Chain best bets. Tom m 56S and Ediel 172-460 BRISTOL PIKE Ear lybird results. Woody. 6S8 and Flower gals with the Pat Eder. Maureen Helen Hooper. 182-185 521. Tapping the Bridge Pines Win Darl Loop Playoff The Pines topped In the final playoff of the Bristol Borough Dart League to become champions. Galione's finished third in the loop. Tho monthly meeting of the league will be held Monday May 5 at All spon. tors urged to attend as nom- and election of officers for the coming Mason will be pared with seeding times and in- formation The session will be held in Bristol's conference room 201 and Frank Bogdcn. 209. NEWTOWN Church Uacuc leaders. Jac Mathcws. 216-221 Ed Miller. 2D3-22A Elmer Pownall. 223. Newtown Coffee League. Thel- ma Doris Saur- 206 Pat 188 and Lorraine Mount. 177. Bucks County Shirley 197 Mltzle 182 Marlene Johnson. 189 190 and Edie ISO 481. The Junior Rose Junior Terl 225 SK and Glen 191 510. Jubilee Junior Myra 145 H7I41 42t. miny High School. Trials Mill be held in aftcrnoin. bectnnin' at 2 p.m Finals are set to begin it and J events' in the evcmnp John former head football coach at Neptune High Monmouth was recently named foot ball mentor at Louis Dierutf High School of Allcntown. Dicruff was formerly tutored by Ernie Wescoe. Dierutf is member of the Big Six Football which includes Pcnnsbury and Neshaminy. Data Processing Services KEYPUNCHING KEY VERIFYING TABULATING AND PROGRAMING FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY PROMPT-COMPETITIVE QUOTATIONS for additional information coll EDP SERVICES portsmanship and YO expects from ipants. what the its partic- COUNCIL ROCK- WILJON TRACK SUMMARY in 1. Gary W Dan CR 1. Bob Sparlu. CR 4 3 Tw 1 WUwo Scott Sartor. Mike Oomlnlck and Rich Time 0 100 I. sun riorman. W Bruce Hamilton. W Sitte W Time ID 09 1. Jim CR I. John CR Nate W Time 1 J7.S I 1 Ut relay 1. WUion Chlchltll- U. Hamilton tnd Time 0 t mill Harry Brown. W 11irh CA 3. Gtvtgt W Time 10.Ml 1 i. Hamilton. W 1. Tom Beret- lord. CR 3. 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