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Berkshire Eagle (Newspaper) - July 21, 1973, Pittsfield, Massachusetts 4the Berkshire Eagle saturday july 21 1973 Murray Outlook fair or foul by Roger Ogara Billy Murray the former great Harrington boy who has become a Well respected foot Ball coach at laconic High feels this May be the year for his braves he thinks his com ing laconic team will Rule the Roost in the berkshires till be bigger than my 1970 team he says and that was no Little outfit no it want you May recall it upset a real Good Drury High team in one of the most memo Rable form reversals in Berk Shire county interscholastic his tory Chris Jacoby was the hero that night throwing Alast Sec Ond touchdown pass to tie the score and place kicking the win Ning Point Murray smiled broadly when asked what he will have this fall Well for openers theres Larry King he said i plan to use him at quarterback but id kind of like to employ him As a running Back the trouble is i dont have anyone to hand off to him King at the moment looms As the Best Backfield Prospect in the berkshires this season hell be starting his third year As a regular and shapes up As a Gilt edged College Prospect he has grown since last year and will be a threat As a passer and run Ner Murray also is confident he will have a few other Good boys one is Sophomore Mark had dad who starred last year As a runner at Crosby Junior High a rugged boy who can move had dad is the grandson of Frank honk Connors the first Man elected to the football Hall of Fame Here in 1966 honk was a fullback at Pittsfield High in 1909 and later went on to Star at Colgate University he now is 82 years old Haddad was chosen As the outstanding participant at the Crane Williams football Camp at Williams College two weeks ago he was selected by a staff of professional College and High school coaches from among 70 boys Hewill be entitled to a free week at the Camp next year As a Reward Ken Brett the left handed Pitcher who embarrassed Many Pittsfield people at the world series in Boston in 1967 is being hailed in Philadelphia for his tremendous Home run hitting Brett has hit round trippers in four consecutive games he started for the Phillies such prodigious slugging put him ahead of babe Ruth statistician Seymour Siwoff recorded that the Best Ruth Ever did when he was a Pitcher was hit homers in two consecutive games that adds up to a sad summer for the babe with Henry Aaron breathing Down his neck youre probably wondering How Brett embarrassed Pitts Field people at the 1967 world series Well he became the youngest Pitcher Ever to appear in the fall classic he was 18 at the time Dick Williams summoned him for two Relief appearances he had had a highly Success Ful season with the then mostly unseen Pittsfield red sox a Boston Man was com menting on bretts work to a group of Pittsfield men for whom he had arranged world series tickets it must have been great to watch that kid up in Pittsfield All summer he said to them most of the fakers were wearing uneasy sickly smites correction i said these Guys were seeing him for the first time when he pitched at Fenway Park they never bother to go to a game at Wah Conah Park Eddie ends the former Pittsfield High football line coach now has a doctorate he was awarded the degree in Edu cation at Boston University convocation last month or Enos is director of athletics and a professor of physical education at Loyola Collegen Montreal he is married to the former Janice Mccuskey daughter of mrs Jenny Mccluskey of 52 Bel air ave nue his work in graduate school and excellent record As a pro Fessor at the Canadian College won him three academic scholarships As a result of a straight a academic report in 1968 and 1969 he won Canadian Federal government awards to com plete his course work in 1970 the Quebec provincial ministry of education named him a Quebec scholar this entitled him to a full tuition scholarship Enos completed his dissertation research during 1971 and Early 1972 in the Spring of 1972 he passed his written and Oral comprehensive examinations on nov 29 1972 he successfully defended his dissertation thus fulfilling All of the requirements for his degree Arizona state University beating the Drums Early for Star halfback Woody Green has sent a brochure designed to Point up the Young mans Worth As an ail american and Heisman trophy candidate it is necessary for him to receive this play the brochure writer says because Green will not appear on National to Dur ing the 1973 regular season that because most of his games will be played at night in either the Mountain or Pacific time zones therefore his exploits will go virtually unnoticed in the East Green stands 6 feet 1 Inch and weighs 202 pounds he ran the 100 in track in 95 he does the 40 in full football gear in 45 he was named first team All America in 1972 by the associated press the United press International and newspaper enterprises association he aver aged 65 Yards per carry last fall gaining 1382 Yards in 209 carries he scored 15 touch Downs his longest run was 82 Yards Stockbridge fodies9 Golf tourney paced by Mcconnell and Jasinski i Plain Effort of Post 68 first baseman Marty Tagliaferro the i found bal1 of Russ Quetti Ett in the third of the we Over the Tyler aces last at Clapp e Post 68 thwarts clinching of title by Tyler a Ces 52 Pittsfield teams Lee g Barrington in semis Pittsfield and Pittsfield West will meet at Wah Conah Park and great Barrington will be at Lee in the semifinal round of the Berkshire county Little league tournament tonight both games Are slated to begin at 6 Pittsfield North eliminated the defending Champion Pitts Field South in the first round thursday by a score of 72 South and great Barrington have won the title in recent sea sons Pittsfield West led by Pat Gagne dropped Pittsfield East 95 thursday Gagne struck out 11 in gaining the Victory and he rapped four straight hits As Well teammate Dan sheran and easts John Patella also played Good games Lee ousted wham town 73 and great Barrington eliminated Adams 20 to gain the semifinals Tom Prinz and Bob Murray combined for Lees pitching while Bob Daley hit a two run Jim Devarennes and Mike Salinetti of Lee had two hits each St Michaels College dedicates sports Center Winooski Park it the s22 million Vincent c Ross sports Center at St Michaels College was dedicated at Cere monies thursday the new building houses a Multi sport gymnasium and the first Pool in the colleges 70year history named for publisher Vincent c Ross of Rye by and Palm Beach Fla the Center was financed entirely from private corporate and foundation sources or Rosss contribution of was the largest single gift Ever received by St Michaels the purple knights basketball team ranked fourth in new England College division ranks miss Friel wins title College student defeats Clid mate for state Crown Weston mass a no Reen x Friel 19 won the 74th women Golf association Massachusetts championship Fri Day she Defeated her club mate from the Andover country cub Ruthann Donahue 2 and i at the Pine Brook country club Here miss Friel a Junior at the University of new Hampshire Tost the first two holes but pulled even on the ninth Hole she then won the j2th Hole to go one up miss Donahue rallied briefly to win the 16th but miss Friel had already won the nth and 15th holes and was three strokes ahead the snatch ended on the 17th when they both brought in the same score will play All Home games on a tournament court in the 2200 seat gym for the past 25 years St Michaels has played in Bur Lington municipal auditorium the Ross Center has a gymnasium on the South Side a Pool on the North and in Between a two level Core with lockers dance studio offices classroom and Large exercise room the gym is 199 by 100 feet with three regulation basketball courts for intramural volleyball Tennis and Badminton will also be played there in the tournament court electronic scoreboards Are close to varsity backboards and easily seen by players and spectators the Wood playing surface contains 133367 feet of specially grooved Maple the Pool is 75 feet Long 23 meters and 42 feet wide and forms the North end of the sports Center the West end has on meter and three meter diving boards the depth is 3h feet at the starting end and deepens to 13 feet under the boards the Balcony of the Pool has 220 permanent seats for spectators mrs Swirsky mrs Silber cd of p victors mrs Gordon Swirsky and mrs Al Silber won the Troball Bestwall ladies sweepstakes at the country club of Pittsfield thursday with a net 64 tied for second with 6os were mrs a Ris and mrs Elmer Euston and mrs Prentice Bradley and mrss Nikitas mrs Tony Hanlon and mrs Louis Lemay won the nine Hole division with 32 mrs Steven Cormell and mrs Robert Bol a were second with 38 in third were mrs Aaron Goodale and mrs Merrill Tabor with 40 rangers ripped to the sports editor when will the Texas fans re Bel i am rebelling already when i travel 150 Miles to new York or Boston and pay major league prices to watch major league baseball i Hope and expect to see the Cream of the crop relics of bygone Days who can no longer hit run Field or Throy in big league fashion might give us a thrill in a two inning game on old timers Day or even As an occasional starter with the Pittsfield rangers though As far As i know Pat has not put us on that diet yet Day after Day the Texas Man Ager sends to left Field a Man who does not possess a single one of the assets mentioned above but who with approximately 300 times at Bat and an average often below 200 and never much above that Mark has had ample Opportunity to show his big league class of he still has any As you have mentioned in your columns the Pittsfield boy runs throws Fields Given the Chance even hits bet Ter than the once Champion hit Ter who again sunday failed to produce a hit that would have at least tied the game perhaps Herzog is not so much Lamable As the owner who spent so much Money buy ing two designated hitters Nei ther a real asset in any other role and is now living in Hopes that his judgment will eventually be vindicated James f Derivan softball tournament in Amherst the Hampshire Franklin soft Ball league of Western Massachusetts will hold a double elimination tournament at Groff Park in Amherst starting next Friday it will be a major and a Divi Sion tourney with All major division entrants coming from the top half of their league stand Ings while the a division teams must have finished in the Bot Tom a if there is an Entrance fee trophies will be Given to the winning teams in each division the players on those two teams and the team in each division that is deemed the most sports manlike by the umpires the deadline to enter a team in the tournament is tuesday All questions on entry or for other information should be for warded to Robert Powers of 25 summer St Northampton or Gus Peabody of 260 a Rebrook drive Northampton Babi Lumahan Pittsfield Post 68 slowed Down the March of the Tyler aces to the Berkshire county american legion championship by turning Back the aces 52 last night at Clapp Park before a crowd Esti mated at 200all manager Pete Ellsworth aces need is one More win or Ore Dalton loss to Clinch the honors leading Post 68 to the Triumph was Pitcher Jim Maz Zer defensively he fired a three hitter while fanning four any anxious moments he had were caused by control trouble As he walked seven offensively he belted a two run triple in the fourth inning and later scored himself to give his club a 51 Lead Post 68second baseman Brian Gordon also had a great night he had two singles and a walk in his three appearances at the plate and scored twice he stole three bases in the Field he had five putouts and five assists he was charged with one error on a wild throw to first base on a try Tel Complete a double play with the base runner coming into him Gordon and Jeff Turner were on base when Mazzer hit his triple a Iong High drive to left Field Gordon had reached on a walk and Turner got aboard on a Texas league single just out of the reach of second baseman Mark Jamross both runners had moved up on a sacrifice Bull by Bob Drury Pete Kos Cher singled Mazzer Home coach Wade tates club took a 20 Lead in the second inning and never was headed Gordon led off with a single and stole second after Turner walked Drury singled sharply to left and Gordon scored Turner was trapped Between second and third but escaped to third on a Tow throw Mazzer flied out to left too shallow for Turner to try for Home but Koscher flied deep to Center with Turner scor ing after the catch Ellsworth club got one run Back in the last of the second sports Berkshire legion league standings lost pet Tyler acts i 2 to Foo j 4 7 5 Lenox Dale 5 7 win Ianstown 4 g Jujj South Berkshire in yesterday results Independent Dalton Halcli Quiam games tomorrow win Ianstown Al South Berkshire Independent Torrington at Daltou i doubleheader games monday dal ton a i pitl Fiew Tyler aces at Lenox Dale Pete Bertocci walked went to second on an infield out and scored on Jack lanes fielders Choice ground Ball and an error the aces final run came in the seventh when Dan Caritey smashed a Long triple to left and tallied on Dave Bowermann sacrifice Fly Russ Quetti started for Post 63 he was relieved by Caritey in the fourth following Lazzers three Bagger the loss was the first for Quetti in five decisions and the win was the first for Mazzer in the same number of outings Gordon had the outstanding defensive play in a contest which saw several the Post 68 second baseman went Back into Short Center Field in the third in Ning to one hand in a Short Fly off the Bat of Lead off Batter Bowerman Gordon lost his bal Ance after the catch and landed on the cinder track he held the Ball however in spite of a few cuts and abrasion son his hand and Elbow from the cinders Jamross who played right Field for the last half of the game robbed Turner of a hit in the sixth when he charged in to Glove the Ball just off the grass he Slid along on his Knees after the catch but retained posses Sion Koscher and Quetti engaged in a Little wrestling match at base in the fourth inning after a collision there As Kos Cher was put out trying to stretch his run scoring single into a double no punches were thrown and both boys quickly cooled off the Victory was the first for Post 68 in three meetings with the aces this season Ellsworth club has an 112 record and the Pittsfield legion has a 75 Mark the next action for both teams will be monday when Pittsfield will face Dalton Here and the Tyler aces will go against Lenox Dale at Lenox the score Stockbridge much Wirob Ert Mcconnell of ambers coun try club and mrs Chester Jasinski of Hickory Ridge Success fully defended their 1972 ladies invitational Golf championship wednesday with a 7674150 Gross score that won the tourney by a stroke at the Stockbridge Golf club the net results in the championship division were As Fol lows mrs Stephen Reynolds and mrs and mrs Herbert Ellis of Schuyler Meadows country club fired a 131 and mrs Thomas Judd an miss Peg Mullins Greenfield 133 and mrs Paul and mrs Nick Rivest Hickory Ridge 134 in the first division miss Petie Robinson an mrs Wil Liam Doolittle of Sharon won the Low Gross with a score of 1m the Low nets were As follows mrs Charles Graham and mrs Albert Ris country club of Pittsfield 132 mrs Richard Jackson and mrs James Gari Valtis cd of p 134 and mrs Arthur Henriques and mrs David Moran Greenock 138 second division in the second division miss Lillian be air and miss Marga to stat a r by to a c Koscher Kearns Tagliaferro a Tara Gordon Turner Derry c Mazzer Tyler Caritey Bowerman lib cwt to p Bertocci is Matteodo Barbas Lane Stumpek Jamross totals a 2 3 11 15 3 03 woo5 Tyler aces 010 do 1 2 Gordon and Tagliaferro Kearns and Gordon Bertocci quell and Shippek lob Post pkg 4 Tyler aces j 2 Mazzer 2 Drury Bow Erman Lane Caritey Sgordon 3 Caritey Drury Bowerman in h r Erbb so Mazzer iwo 7 32174 i 3a 5 3 430 Caritey 2 0 t 1 1 or 54 mins umpires nato Ciarfardini and Jem Schmidt ack in the last of the second game robbed Turner of a hit in a asst Irish run Lee into the ground 193 races upsets falstaff in slow pitch or went 3for5 with three runs with two outs in the i rl3iipn in n i a week ago Bones sheran was saying that his Irish Ameri can club was not to be slopped once tournament time roiled around and last night under the lights and amongst the mosquitoes at Lakewood Field he seemed a Good judge of Talent and timing taking on the Only out town entry in the Berkshire county slow pitch softball tournament the Irish successfully migrated to the final round by outscoring outfitting outrunning out defending and out hollering the Lee mens club to the tune of 193 in the other semifinal round lilt races Dat Sun pulled a substantial upset by edging the favored falstaff Brewers 32 in eight innings the Dat Sun Deci Sion sets up tomorrow nights final against Bones boys at pm at Lakewood the slugging Simonelli Broth ers Tony and Charley and right fielder Ray Woitkowski presided Over the 2ahit beating dished out by the Irish Tony s went 4for5 with a pair of Ito run Home runs while his brother went 3for5 with three runs batted in and a two run Blastoff his own Woitkowski rapped out four hits in five trips and drove in three runs thelris scored in every in rung except the sixth building up a 51 Lead after three frames and then delivering the death blow with a five run fourth in Ning and a six run outburst in the fifth hits came off the americans aluminium bats like insects out of the Woods As everybody got into the act Joe Lipa pounded out four winning Pitcher Shaun Broderick chipped in three with a Trio of Bis and four other irishmen got two safeties apiece but the Overall brilliance of the Irish attack Lay in their Abil Ity to run like Heil every Lead off Batter reached base and in five of the seven innings the Lead off hit was Good for extra bases they forced Lee into numerous Fielding errors on Rou Tine singles throughout the game just by refusing to Stop at first perhaps the Best example of the Irish instinct to Hustle was third baseman buddy Pellerin weekend to sports pm championship Tennis from Longwood 2457 Minnesota twins at Boston red sox f4r pm baseball game of the week baseball Chicago White sox at new York Yankees pm boxing from Madison Square Garden 5bm3 pm we work of sports 5ba1s pm baseball new Yor Kmets at Houston astros 9 sunday july 2 pm us professional Tennis championship 57 2m pm baseball Chicago Wake sox at new York Yankees with two outs in the second in Ning Pellerin who chatters bet Ter and Chews gum harder than anybody in the Western part of the state lofted a definite out to right Center but instead of Trott ing to first to end the inning he took off out of the batters Box and set sail the Fly was dropped by the Lee outfielder and by the time the Ball was retrieved Pellerin had pulled into third and was discussing the weather with base coach Eddie Icangelo he scored on the next play the first game of the Semi final doubleheader which attracted a very respectable crowd that made driving Haz ardous on Newell Street was a Complete change of Pace from the rout of the Nightcap score less for three frames races touched falstaff Pitcher John Codey for two runs in the top of the fourth Dick Wilson and Wayne Ciepiela led off with sin Gles moved to second and third on fielders Choice and then scored on a single by Ron Gilardi that falstaff displayed the Brewers retaliated in the Bottom of the inning with one run on consecutive singles by Codey Jack Clark and torn Sinopoli falstaff then tied the game up in the sixth when Codey knocked in Paul Clark with a two out single two Fine defensive plays were turned in by races second baseman Gilardi on line drives by Brewers Dan Powers and buddy Reddington both catches averted a big Brewer rally Dick Wilson who fuelled the Dat Sun offence with three hits in four appearances won the game in the eighth by knocking in Gary Murphy who was Pinch running for first baseman Brian Jones who led off the inning with a single ret Ward of Wah Conah won the Low Gross with a 168 the Low nets were mrs Ernest Lowry and mrs Edward Murray Greenock 143 mrs m fore Sman Schuyler Meadows and mrs George Frank Albany i4s and mrs Murray Klein Stockbridge and mrs Douglas Obrien cd of p 145 the third division Low Gross was taken by mrs Louis Deli Gan and mrs Harold Mcdonough of Greenock with a score of 178 the Low nets were mrs Robbins Miller and mrs Roger Voisin Stockbridge 142 mrs l Battison and mrs j Ely country club of Avon 143 and mrs m Poutiatine and1 mrs m Wheeler Schuyler Meadows 144 finally in the fourth division the Low Gross was won by mrs j Bowman and mrs s mat Czak of Avon with a score of 186 the Low nets were mrs George Daubmann and mrs a thur Gardiner Hickory Ridge 148 miss Charlotte Fler Nimg and mrs a Mahoney Wyckoff 150 and mrs r Clough and mrs r Burdick Schuyler 153 the chairmen for the 40team tournament were mrs Edward Gilligan and mrs w Francis Shields rangers West Haven Here for game tonight the scheduled game Between the Pittsfield rangers and the West Haven Yankees was rained out last night in the Connecticut City the teams will meet at Wah Conah Park tonight at 8 and then return to West Haven for a doubleheader tomorrow starting at 6 pm the probable pitchers for tonight game Are Rick Kemp for the rangers and Jim Golden 45 for West Haven the Date will be Bank night paying customers will receive Banks in the form of batting helmets Jim Owens 68 is a Likely starter tomorrow for Pitts Field Stan Evenhus 43 is expected to go for the Yankees tournament at the Norwood litters 132 leads in St Louis Golf St Louis a courageous Gene Littler still on the comeback from cancer birdied six of his last seven holes for a 66 and a on stroke Lead Friday after the second round of St Louis Chil Drens Hospital Golf classic the wiry 42yearold Veteran had a two round total of 132 Dalton beats Lenox Dale Erb Winner in 124 win in legion Loop Lenox Dalton american legion team Defeated Lenox Dale 124 Al the Cranwell Field Here last night the win increased Dalton record to 9i and left it two games behind leading Tyler aces two games remain ing Lenox Dale is now57 Jerry Erb was the winning Pitcher Pete Buratto Steve Choquette and Rick Cobb hurled for Lenox Dale Dalton will play at Chatham by today and at Home with Torrington Conn in a doubleheader sunday the Lenox dal Williamstown contest scheduled Here today has been reset for next saturday eight under Par in the muggy heat that Hung Over the 6544 Yard Norwood Hills country club course lurking just Over his Shoul Der at 133 was the threatening to of Lee Trevino Veteran Bob Goalby and John Schroe Der Trevino the defending Cham Lunf this Cven that offers wooo to the Winner blazed in with a six underpay 64 Goalby who shared the first round Parl with Rik Massengale slipped to a 68 and Schroeder fashioned a 67 Massengale and Jim Ferriell followed at 134 As the Field continued generally Low scoring Femella had a 67 and Massengale a 69 Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer along with British and american National champions torn Weiskopf and Johnny Mil Ler Are not competing be credit Union defeats pipers 113 Lutle Plav wednesday night the go credit Union downed the it upheld pipers 113 John Brezniak of the victors pitched Well Dan Tagliente and Rick be air led the hitters losing Pitcher Ted Boraski and Den Lebeau placed Well the pipers the losers were guilty of several errors

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