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Levittown Courier Times (Newspaper) - June 7, 1965, Levittown, Pennsylvania Page 18 Bristol courier and Levittown times monday june 7, 1965 Driver Hurt at a belly Liberty Bell Park a in Veteran Vern Crank was Wasny to old timers night at thrown from his sulky in the Liberty Bell Park saturday sixth race when his horse or. Night but a couple of the elderly Volo Byrd was involved in an Drivers made it that with wins Accident with Kelly Green drive in the co featured races. In by Del Cote. Crank injured a turnout of 15.386 racing fans his knee while Cote went in who wagered a total handle of Hurt. $847,783, saw 65-year-old Sand the fastest timing of the two ers Russell win the seventh with night meet came close to the a. C is Jennie after 60-year-old magic two minute Mark when Jack Mersky captured the fifth Afton red with Tom Crank in race with Newport Phil. Liberty Bell w results i to the sulky just nosed Vermont Hanover at the finish in the eighth in a 2 00.4 clocking. Lucky 13 wins the daily double paid $75.80 on a 13 combination when the first race was taken by no. I Natchez $10.40 and no. 3 Pompano $19.20 in the second race. A total of 26 ticket holders each won $2,776 on the twin a Bens direct hits Ben s direct hits saturday night $5.60 saturday night Trot purse 12,900-1 Milt Opp 8 21 1 Natchez i Williams or 10.40 Soo 3.40 7 the prude a. Abbatiello 4 40 3.20 8 Tanglewood Duke us Kelly 4 00 Matthew nubble to Squire gallon landmark. Bernadet Hanover also started. No scratches. Time 2 05.2 2nd�?Pace a purse 1,900�?1 mile of 8 49 3 Pompano Hanover r Stiles 19.20 7 40 3.fit 8�?pompous <1. Roberts 9 80 5.20 5 Quick kid r. White 2.80. Pocketbook Bill George time put 4. Amiable put Putney Honor Bee. Aiso started scratched Armor s son. Time 2 08 i daily double i and 3 paid 175.80 3rd�?pace�?purse $2,400 a 1 mile off 9 12 2 Brook Adios j. Smith 9.80 3.20 2.80 3 Joe Reward o. A is 2.60 2 40 7�?Cote s Boss d. Cote 3.20 Harry Allan vie Sumter rebel mighty Diosa King Elkington Ted Woollen also for monday night so no scratches. Time 2 041 i. Arnibio Danny Sweet Knight the Pace purse $2,000 1 mile Shotgun Hanover. A amiable log. Daiev 5 60 3 to 2 80 2. Shad Dale dream Rollon 3�?loval Hanover a Gal none 5 00 3 20, Daniil Al intr Filoso 7 Choice Al 1. Pullen. So a a a a v Potomac Lee Hawthorn sky Clipper 3, Ricky a Vonah Tomit lip Golden gallon. Sylvester also stalled j Crockett. No scratches. Time 2 05 4. A l l n a the Trot purse ,500 a i mile a 4. Miss Hasty Bobby Gardner a budget executives Institute Brook. A Ben s Best bets double combination 3-2-2-6 when record Malone $8.60 won the sixth Jennie $5 of won the seventh. Afton red $9.40 j won the eighth and counsel time $15.40 won the evening Marks the first ladies night at Liberty Bell. Women Over 21-years-of-age Are admitted free to the grandstand every monday night throughout the 50-Day meet. Trot a orb flit 3--Newport Phil i Mersky 15 5.00 3 40 2.40 4 Meadow Glady j Arthur 5.20 3 80 6 Madam s son it f. Parks 4 go it miss speedster. Miss Geeky pick. I Anchorage. Charming Alice also started j no scratches. Time 2 06.0 i t to the Pace purse 13,000 a i mile a off 10 22 3 record Malone c. Fitzpatrick 8 60 5 60 4 20 6 peppers Way log. Daisey 14 00 6 to 2 Oak Grove Bill Ltd Long 4.80 Blaze Boot Loafer Adios the Norseman Kelly Green and or Volo Byrd did not finish also stalled. No scratches. Time 2 03.3. 7th�?trot�?purse $4,500 a 1 Mil a off 10 45 2 a s Jennie is. Russell 5.00 2 80 2 60 Llu White foot Joe f. Parks 3.20 2.80 7�?victor scamp Ltd. Wade 4 20 Knight valor. Gusto secret passion. Balboa Newport miss Sarah Rodney. Also started no scratches. Time 2 04.2 ithe Pace purse 4,500 a 1 mile a off 11 15 2 Mon red let. Crank 9.40 4ro 4.00 i \ Ermont Hanover c p 11/pati a 7 Rex pick a. Abbatiello 3 20 Adam tide. Hondo Hanover. Afton judge Nick Adampus. Money changer also started. No scratches. Time 2 00.4 9th�?pace�?purse $2,800 a 1 Mil a off 11 38 6 counsel time Ltd. Legum 15.40 7.00 3.60 i Emma Quot doll Ltd Wagner 3 fit 3.20 2 Knight sentry j Williams or 5.00 Kahlau a Star country judge. Key guard Royal Flo. Captain Bob. Also started no scratches. Time 2 04.3 twin double 3-22-4 paid a a Ltd attendance 15,384. Handle 147,783. Tommy Royal some fire de Hhd b. Good Coin Coeur de lion Margy Sampson. 7. Schaefer Barri Karl Bee Victoria Lind. 8. Nibs sister Hilo s Deb Gold Putney. 9. Majors Flash hero Hanover. Lucky dares. Best a Tomy Royal 5th. T Ark a Chancy Good a oin 6th. Winters i Eads Bowling open Philadelphia a Jack win tees of Penndel with a total of 1762, took the Early Lead saturday in the pastern u. S Bowling associations tourney held at the Del Ennis lanes in Rockledge Winters reached this total after rolling eight games. The High single resulted in a tiie with Joe Ostrowski of Phila Delphi and Frank Mccosker of Barrington n a rolling 268. Second to Winters was Mccosker with 1715. St. Michael so Aims cy0 track title or. Michael the archangel of Levittown was the team Winner of the recently held lower Bucks county Catholic youth organization boys Grade and High school outdoor track meet at the Penn Bury High Field. The winners captured 5114 Points and were followed by St. Francis vocational school of Eddington with 45t4 Points. Immaculate Conception of Levittown was third with 344 Points. Others competing included St. Joseph the worker Fallsington Assumption bpm Feasterville St. Ignatius Yardley Queen of the universe Levittown and St. Charles Cornwells Heights. Two teenage events were add d to the meet this year but these did not count in the team scoring. The two events were won by St. Michael tin 100-Yard dash by Tom hazier in 12 3, and the relay Iii 1 46. Following Alp the winners of events in each of the four divisions lower Bucks county to boys Grade High school track Mee 7 majors 75->ard dash Joseph by aum is. Francis voc. High jump William Jaconski is Michael. Running Long jump David Cooper St. Francis voc. 440-yd relay St. Francis voc Joseph Braum. De Follette Maloney Wayne Wright. 880-yd relay St. Michael Doug Marquis Frank Conlow Sonny Nagle Tom hazier. It minors 30-yd dash Don Chianese immaculate Conception standing Long jump Don Catanese i Mac Conception 220-yd. Relay i Mac. Conception Richard Frazer Bernard Sweeney Kevin Cassidy Don Catanese. Cadets running Long jump Brian Scully St. Ignatius. 220-yd relay St Michael Jim Mclaughlin. John Considine Paul Henry Dennis Scanlin. 50-yd dash tie Paul Henry St. Michael and Anthony Ulvano Assumption bpm. 9th Grade i of cd dash Tom Razler St. Michael. A i tonight a entries graded Handicap a it 3rd night of so night meet mon., june 7, 194s Liberty Bell Park Liberty Ball racing Assn. Zzz a a Post time 8. Is daily double 8 10 graded for a fast track prob. Last 3 . Horse Driver Odds finishes 1st race a far Maidens Pica cond. Ona Mila 4 Ambar Danny j. Williams or 3-1 3 s 5 Sweet Knight p. West 7-7 Shotgun h avar to. Matthews or. 4-t Mazie Ellen in. Kelly flashes Volo w. Savage 0-1 Chester time j. Bedell 8-1 Leila s Star c. Martin 12-1 Beau Gem no Driver 15-1 ae9 Heather Man c. Krausejr 3-1 Best time 51500 none Hana non none none 208 4 none none none comment her 2nd Pace a claiming Price $3000 claiming 5 Rollon rapid Law. Savage 4 Shady Ala dream a. Wingar 2 tactful King Ltd. Filion 4 flying Goose c. Chappell i Conestoga direct no Driver 7 beams Choice b. Wagner 3 Leos girl p. West 8 Sussex Senorita f. Digiro Laroo 15-1 aed winning Ace j. Schaller. Or 4-1 Abio second Mission f. W Carroll 4-1 3-1 7-2 4-1 9-2 6-1 8-1 12-1 Rocky a Vonah a. Allen Tommie y to. Fleming Crockett f. Parks 2 4 5 3 Navajo Hanover c. Young a maid scamp c. Wade 6 Hodney a miss t. Quinn 7 senator Colby r Riddick i worthy Oak d. Legum vf.9 Belinda Wick j Hylan Aeh Cathy a Bonnie e. Hope 4th race a 3a4 to new of $3000 in 1944-45 camb. In 1945 ineligible. Pace cd. A one Mila a s1800 seems right right there Good spat betters last work Cut out hard to figure Little lately can to recommend alternate entry Ona mile a $1800 3 4 2 204.1 tops these 3 5 2 204 Chia threat i i 2 205.3 gets share 6 2 4 207 2 betters last 3 7 3 207.4 rail helps 5 6 5 211 away Long time 6 6 7 none Maiden still 7 6 5 208.1 last 2 Dull 3 2 3 206.3 alternate entry 5 4 4 204 alternate entry mined Trot cd. A Ona Mila a 2000 plenty of Speed next Best racing Good May need racing Post handicaps give Best better if trots would Surprise alternate entry alternate entry 2-1 2 i 2 204.4 7-2 3 i i 205 9-2 i 2 i 207.1 or 5-1 4 s 6 205.2 8-1 i 7 6 207 10-1 8 s 4 203.2 12-1 7 s 2 202.3 in i 7 4 4 212.2 1-1 i 6 6 208.3 4-1 s 8 2 2 77 miss Hasty a. Stafford 5-2 a a cart Bardia e. Whetter 72 1 Bobby Gardner e. Alexander 9-2 6 Runnymede Brook no Driver 5-1 4 snipe Ace e. Davis 2 Bettye a Flash w. Savage 8 Fremont f. Parks 3 Shady Dale tone a myer it ae9 Afton Squire i. Cote ae10 senator Smith h. Filion 8-1 by 10-1 12-1 4-t is 200.2 210.3 208 208 209 i 208 none 208 i 208.2 212.2 5th race in a of 8000 in 1944-45 comb. Trot cond. 205.1 205 4 203.2 207 206.3 206.1 208 209.2 204.1 Tommy Royal c. Krausejr 21 i i i 5 some fir f. Lower 7-2 3 2 5 8 Mallet Diamond e. Hope 9-2 8 7 i perilous Pearl Ltd. Williams 5-1 4 3 3 Nell Hanover s. Russell 8-1 7 4 6 Joe Rodney w. Savage 10-1 2 4 4 Debby b e. Alexander 12-1 6 i 7 Titan Gal phone r. White 15-1 3 2 aes Davey he Over j. Simpsonsr 3-1 7 7 6th race a winners of More than 12,500 in 1944-45 Ona mile a 53100 1 Coeur do lion r. White 5-2 Margy Sampson c. Fitz Pitrack 7-2 Irish Annie no Driver 9-2 Golden mine no Driver 3-1 Diolia a. Cameron 8-1 Good Coin e. Hope 8-1 _ Irish port Ltd. Alexander 10-1 2 National Satin no Driver 12-1 ae9 Toreador he Over j. Simpson 3 1 3 3 5 s 6 4 5 6 8 2 2 i 204.4 202.4 202.3 202 203.1 206.1 204.4 205.2 203.2 winners of 2 races right Back keen competitor Garden spot not out of it improving Able Driver still a Maiden Long Chance alternate entry alternate entry a Ona mile a $2600 win Streak going will test them better if trots Post assists in Good hands some Good races work Cut out Over matched alternate entry comb. Pace cd. A turns Back Field Gams Mara can t ignore not out of it capable reins Man Long Chance not of last can to see Chance ii starts 7th race 52400 6 Schaeffer Byrd l. Pullen i Maribee a. Catenace new of 8000 in 1944-45 combined Pace cd. A on mile a 5-2 7-2 2 Victoria Lind j. Williams or 9-2 3 win Stadt t. Crank i pastime Balios f. Bavoso 4 Betty sue Adios p. West 5 Bloxom a. Myer 7 Ozark vie w. Savage ae9 Charles Cain h. Kelly 5-1 8-1 8-1 10-1 12-1 5-1 6 8 2 5 204 205 3 202.3 204 203 207 206 205.3 206 Edge Here will test them gets share won last done to Overlook decent filly gets Good drive Little lately alternate entry sift race new of 14000 in s2208 4 nibs Sitter j. Mclnnis 1 singing Hills be Driver 5 perfect Knight w. Savage 7 Hilo s Deb t. Crank j tableau p. West 2 lady s Topper a. Galenites 4 Gail Hamilton no Driver i Gold Putney h. Kelly 1944-48 combined Pace cd. A one mile add i la erty Bell Sprecher. 2-1 3 1 3 204.4 fait a fit 7-2 iss 20s.1 chief threat 9-2 7 1 1 204.1 gets share 5-1 1 2 3 206.2 not out of it g-1 no late line 10-1 6 7 2 205 last 2 Dull 10-1 6 2 6 207 work Cut out la-1 2 3 3 207.2 Post a help 4-1 4 3 5 206 1 alternate entry ae9 Wishful Lobell e. Hope Ohi race a claiming Price $4000 clog. Pact a one 1 Here h Over j. Williams or 3 major s flesh a. Abbatiello 0 step son c. Lohnes 7 True Forbes w. Savage 4 imams Gal log. Mccandless 2 Quick Goin r. Cotton 5 Lucky dares j. Kolbe 6 coast patrol m. Martynak aes keen a Stormy a. Myer 5-2 7-a 9-2 5-1 8-1 8-1 10-1 12-1 5-1 202.1 204 204.1 202.1 205.4 206.4 205 202.4 309 i mile $1900 one the catch next Best should show dropping Down Best needed away Long time gives Best Long Chance alternate entry Moorhead upsets Minim Hal Moorehead a Sophomore at Nesh Aminy High school and resident of Trevose pulled a Surprise by winning the sixth annual Middle Atlantic walkers decathlon held saturday at the Nesh Aminy High Field. Young Moorehead edged former . Olympic Star Robert Mimm of Levittown. To Points to 106, for a close win after Mimm had won the previous five annual events. The 10-event decathlon has been named the Alex proven memorial the past two years in Honor of proven a former Penn . Runner and Walker who had participated in the first four times the decathlon was run at the Langhorne site. The Man in whose Honor the event has been named is the father of David proven Levittown resident and Cross country coach at Nesh Aminy High. Eight new record were set saturday the Only Marks to go unscathed were the push i and pull . There were 1.1 participating in saturdays decathlon who had been required to finish at least one walking contest to Date except the High school boys who were illegible without the walk. In addition to Moorehead and Mimm. Others competing were Erie Waite Philadelphia Rick Palmer and Bill reidel Langhorne Lou Stalsworth Long Branch . Joe Stefanowicz Ridley Park Charles Hunter it. Dix Regis Dandar. Penndel Leo Morse George Markowitz de Kelly and Glen Sarkett Levittown scoring was la Points for first 12 for second and on Down to one Point for 13th place. Trophies were awarded to the first eight finishers tie pins were Given the remaining five contestants. Alex proven memorial decathlon results mile walk a i. Bob Mimm 2. Regis Dandar 3. Joe Stefanowicz time 7.36. Shot put a i. Hal Moorehead 2. Charle Hunter 3. Mimm. Distance 31 it. 4 in. Push a i. George Markowitz 2. Tie Lou Stalsworth and Glen sacked times 50. Mile run a i. Bill reidel 2. Moorehead 3. Mimm. Time 5.02. Standing Broad jump a i. Mum 2. Moorehead 3. De Kelly. Distance 8 it. 5>� in. 100-yd, dash a i. Kelly 2. Moorehead 3. Stalsworth. Time 11.6. 440-yd. Walk a i. Mimm 2. Stefano Wicz 3. Dandar. Time 1.37. 440-Yrd. Run a i. Kelly 2. Moorehead 3. Mimm. Time 57.4. Pull a i. Tie Mimm and Moorehead 2. Markowitz. Times 15. Cross country run a .1 Dardani 2. Moorehead 3. Markowitz. Time 10 58. Final scoring i. Hal Moorehead. 110 2. Boh Mimm. 106 Lou Stalsworth 81 4. De Kelly. 80 5, Joe Stefanowicz 6, Regis Dandar 76. 7 Charles Hunter 74 8. George Markowitz. 73 9. Bill reidel. 66, is. Erie Waite 55 la. Glen Sarkett 50 12. Rick Palmer 29va 13. Leo Morse 29. 1965 to track champions St. Michael a of Levittown captured the 1965 lower Bucks county Catholic youth organizations track championship. From left Are father Richard Dolan District co director Tom Pia Sentino of St. Michael a and Barry Wood vice chairman of track program. Courier times sports photo a we a i Chip shots teachers Golf results by John Ribar courier times spoils writer it took a special a a drawing to break a two Way tie for the championship jacket award i i Day to decide the Winner of the lower Bucks county teachers Golf tournament held at Langhorne country club. Annually the Winner is decided on a draw of six Blind holes. Friday the Low Gross for the six holes was 68, held by two Nesh Aminy teachers j k Swartz 92-24, and Dick Chubb. 80-12. On a draw Swartz was the Winner and received the trophy and championship jacket. Chubb had to be Content with a regular jacket and three Golf balls. 8j< Ais Tom Christian to guessing won the Low Gross trophy with a 77. Third Low net 69 was a tie Between John Petercuskie Nesh Aminy and father Julian Bishop Ega Neach re Hail to All Clouds picture new York apr Hail to ally a neck Victory Over Preakness Winner Tom Rolfe in the $147,900 Belmont stakes with lightly regarded f first family a closeup third and favored Dapper Dan a beaten fourth proved one thing. It is going to take a lot More racing to decide the 1965 3-year-old championship. When mrs. Ben Cohen a son of Hail to reason struck from behind last saturday at Aqueduct under the lash of comeback jockey Johnny Sellers whip he definitely moved into tho title picture. But it nowhere assured him of the coveted title won by Northern dancer last year and left him sharing triple Crown honors with Tom Rolfe and Lucky Debonair Winner of the Kentucky Derby. All last year Hail to All kept knocking at the door in the big ones. It was the same through ins first eight races this year. Only in two starts As a 2-year-old and in the Kentucky Derby this year in which he finished fifth was he out of the Money. Then last monday Trainer Eddie owed placed blinkers on i the Colt for the first time and he won the Jersey Derby. Sellers not a howling Success since Riding to Fame aboard carry Back four years ago and taken off the Colt in the Kentucky Derby timed his stretch run just right. Hail to All was timed in 2 28 2-5 for the i a Miles. The stake record of 2 26 3-5 was set by Gallant Man in 1957, when the race was run at Belmont Park. Getting Back to the title situation Here show it looks Hail to All a won the Jersey Derby and Belmont stakes. Hunting seasons changed Harrisburg up a several changes for the 1965 66 Hunting season were announced by the Pennsylvania g a in e commission during the weekend including further liberalization of Deer Hunting with Buckshot in parts of four Southeastern counties. The commission also set an additional week of Archery Deer Hunting in the southwestern part of the state and scheduled an earlier and longer season on squirrels and grouse. Hunting dates for the coming year include big game the 1965 Bear season will be nov. 22 to nov. 27 throughout the state Archery season statewide was set for oct. 2 to oct. 29 and in parts of Southwest and Southeast from Jan. 3 to Jan. 8. Antlered Deer Buck season statewide was set for nov. 29 to dec. La. Antler less Deer s e a s o n statewide was scheduled Dee. 13 and 14. Antler less licenses Are required this season in addition to regular Hunting licenses. Total statewide License allocation will be 262,300 or about 12.-500 fewer than last year. In a specially designated area of Southeastern Pennsylvania the Antler less season will be extended from Dee. 13 to dec. 18. The Buckshot areas in parts of Bucks Chester Delaware and Montgomery counties both Antler less and antlered Deer senior la set t o open giants Tab 9-2 Victory the Reedman giants strengthened their hold on first place in the Mercer county major baseball league with a 9-2 win Over Morrisville yesterday at the losers Field. Bill Kalmes threw a three hitter for the win with Bob Feix the loser. Timely hitting by Jack Monarch and Joe coolers paced the Reedman team with Mexia a Rek driving in four runs Dave Gerard hit a disputed Homer w Ith one on in the seventh to spoil the shutout. The giants play again tonight meeting Hamilton on the Burlington High Field at 7 30 in a game under the lights. Reedman giants 9 Harley 3b Mufti 2b Wooters 2b hush c Monarek if i Theurer la Kirk is Snyder of Young of met artery i p to als Reedman Morrisville Morrisville 2 a r h a r h 3 i i Poland p i 0 i 2 0 0 Stowe 2b-p 2 0 0 2 i i Willard 3b 3 0 i 3 2 i Harris c 3 0 0 4 2 2 Vancleve e 2 0 0 4 0 i Mont a Erv s 3 0 0 3 i 0 Turk la i i 0 3 0 0 Wund lira r 3 0 0 2 0 i Gerard la 3 i i 0 i Green it o 0 0 4 2 i Feix p 0 0 0 32 9 8 totals 25 2 3 Ooi i 4 0 3 -9 too too 2 -2 new a Horne in opening fest the Isac 100-mile National championship. Scheduled to inaugurate the new Asphalt mile at Langhorne International motor Speedway on june 20. Appears to he a wide open event. The it a a rookies seemed to have served warning on the Vert Cran pilots in last mondays running of the Indianapolis �?~500.�?T since a a rookies and veterans alike will be making their initial Start on the newly constructed a shaped Asphalt mile at the a Horne there is no telling what might happen in the event which will feature Indianapolis cars and Drivers. The june 20 us acs sanctioned 100-Milcr will Mark the first time 22 pilots received the starting Flag in a a Horne National championship. Previously t la e Field was limited to is. The newly formed Bristol Borough senior baseball Little league will bring up its curtain tomorrow evening at 6 . With Reedman Pontiac facing Bunting express at the Bristol memorial Field. The league which is for boys Ages 13-15, consists of five teams Reedman Pontiac Bunting express Bristol Boro police Bomentre electric and St. Ann a. President Anthony a go Ops Mangiaraci will throw out the first Hall. Other officers of the league include Pete Mancini. Vice president Dan Dilorenzo Secretary Joe Tunis treasurer Nick Marino and Mike Mac Cready player agents. Following Are the official team rosters Bristol Borough senior league roster St. Annas Hill Shire manager George Rodgers assistant Frank , Norm Davis John Spataccino Mike Sienna John Buryj George Rodgers John Liberty Dan Price Jim Tyrel Mike Bas Listina Lou Angellini Mike Sallustio Mike in Paleafico Fred Fanini Ken Rodgers. Bristol Boro police Joe Buzzato. Mgr., Joe Buzzato jr., asset Bill Twitty Joe Ai l do Amico Mike in Peterpaul Tom Nelson. Frank Larosa. Al Angeli i 15ob Kilt Lei. Bernie do ascends. Tom barbet., Bill in my. Bob Weatherby Fred Ciotti Joe Gallagher Dwight Moffett. Bomentre electric Bob Mancuso mgr Tom russian ass t Tony Embessi \ Ince Novato Bill Delia Tony Mangiaracino Bill Dolan. Bill Everitt Chester ten Hon. De Seip Bruce Stancil Tom Bomentre Brodus Davis Junis loins. James in aul Edmi Illaine Barry Stancil. Bristol Bunting Dave reday mgr. Don is Hrock asset John Caione Joe Straccio Henry Arcolesse. Charlie Cal lager Joe Saxton Bob Angelaccio Steve Dierolf Nick Mancini Dan Dilorenzo Alex Guerriero. Harry Rearick. Bill Padilla. Eugene White Tom Wolanski. Reedman Pontiac Ben Tuzinsky. Mgr., de Vandergrift asset Bill Elmer. Dave Tusinski George Briar Dave Atkinson. Henry Johnson Ray Wolanski. John James Don Tusinski Mike Beazely Anthony Angelo Rich Seneca. Jim Spadaccino Bill Bragg Joe Favoroso James Degour. May be taken during the regular statewide Buck season if the Hunter obtains an Antler less License. Only one Deer per Hunter per year is permitted. Small game the commission set oct. 16 to nov. 27 for the season on squirrels and grouse from oct. 30 to nov. 20 for wild turkeys in North Central Pennsylvania and oct. 30 to nov. 13 for Turkey in the remainder of the state. Seasons on Cottontail rabbits ring necked pheasants and Bobwhite quails will be oct. 30 to nov. 27. A late Small game season will be held again for grouse rabbits Snowshoe hares and squirrels dec. 27 to Jan. I. Bag limits on All species remain the same As last year. Fur bearers for fur bearing animals the commission set nov. 25 to Jan. 16 As dates for the 1965 Mink trapping season and the Muskrat seasons went from nov. 25 to Jan. I and from feb. 12 to March 13. Beavers May be trapped from feb. 12 to March 13. Bag limits on All species remain the same As last year. Next major Start probably will be in the $100,000 Hollywood Derby at Hollywood Park in mid july. Lucky Debonair a won the Santa Anita and Kentucky derbies. Now sidelined with injuries suffered in the Preakness. Tom Rolfe a Winner of the Preakness third in the Kentucky Derby and runner up in the Belmont. Will be Given a rest and then pointed for Rich races at Arlington Park. Native Charger a a disappointment in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness after winning the Flamingo and the Florida Derby. Being freshened up with Eastern stakes his chief objective. Flag Raiser a definitely not a distance runner As shown in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness but Winner of four new York stakes at distance up to la Miles. Being Given a rest. A a a a of a a a a is i babe Ruth lightweights Battle tonight new York up a Light weights Frankie Narvarez and Johnny Bizzarro meet for a scheduled to rounds tonight at Madison Square Garden with a match against Flash Elorde hanging in the balance. Narvaez 23, was a 7-5 fax Ordo to take the rubber match Between the lightweights. In their first meeting last june Narvaez won a tight decision Over his older opponent. When they met a month later in the Garden Bizzarro 27. Took a one sided verdict. Bizzaro a resident of Erie pa., has been fighting eight years and has compiled a record of 51 wins eight losses and two draws. Bizzarro who was born in Marci Anesa Italy had been training for the bout in new York but was forced to shift his Camp to Philadelphia late last week because of a Lack of adequate sparring partners. Cei Ved a jacket and three Golf balls. A a a Fred Wrigley Bensalem with a 70 met and Pete Cordell Nesh Aminy with 71 net were awarded two Golf balls each. A total of 44 other participants received one Golf Ball for Low net scores. Tom Dorsey Egan was awarded a trophy for being the a most hones to golfer or the bravest for turning in the highest tally. Aaa that perseverance in Golf we have been writing about lately payed off for mrs. Marion Barkovich at Fairless Hills . Sunday. After a Beautiful drive on the no. 3 she was just 60 Yards Short of the Green. Then her Chip try popped High into the air As she Urrie clubbed the Ball going just about 15 Yards. A then undaunted Marion calmly stroked again and lofted the Ball onto the Green and it trickled into the cup 45-3 Arris away a for a neat -3. A Field of 32 women qualified saturday for the presidents cup at Yardley go. Miss Jeanne Jarmoska was medallist with 85. Next was Peg frail with 86 and Kathy Piekielnik with 88. Following Are the pairings for the opening round of elimination play which must be completed by this coming sunday i evening. Jeanne Jarmoska is. Sharane Peg Hart is. Jule Washburn Dolly Kapsh is. Gloria Ackley Peg Foulke is. Anne Berry Kathy Piekiel Niek is. Jane Emerson Bess Gofus is. Norma Adams Elia Gallavan is. Madge Curtis and Marge Lanno is. Lillian Capo Biarrio. Also Peg frail is. Helen Van Luppen Marie based is. Ruth i Steele Barbara Nim is. Laura Sheridan Mildred Washington is. Sally Cohen Ceil Levy is. I Anita Cherry Catherine my Tammy is. Nellie gelling Ruth Gogotsky is. Mildred Gross and Marie Witkowski is. Joan Burns. Iii its quite unusual when two out of a foursome Birdie the same Hole and an oddity when three of them get Birds. Bul when All four Birdie the Hole a Well that a something that is exactly what happened at the no. 9 Green at Yardley . Saturday when Lee Shankin Levittown Nick Jack Etti Trenton and two Yardley residents. George Hoffman and i me in Marten All knocked in j their putts for deuces after hitting the Green on their drives. That ought to make Ripley believe it or not. Help. Yourself to a summer full of fun loin the Lara today i 5-2810 phone i Roundup i in Bensalem rambler babe Ruth league Competition the i Bensalem royals trounced the j Eddington questions 11-2. As Pitcher Tom Krex went 4 for 4 i at the plate. Jerry Weidel helped the royals cause with a three run triple. Bensalem rambler by Giles Ransom rams too oooo 0 3 4 Bensalem royals 202 02x�? 6 8 2 Knottek and win thar Fluharty and Delia Eddington questions 002 too 0�? 2 5 2 of Boytes 101 027 a a 9 i Jaskel Kowalski and Reed Krex and Delia lev. Eastern by cardinals 416 302 0�?15 16 i bears 003 too 0�? 3 5 3 Munter and Fretts Jaconski Startzel Wilson and Matthew Orleski Middletown twp. By Schaaf s. Too too 0�? i 3 5 Delaware Valley scrap 020 645 x�?17 17 i Bennett Ruff and Bader Gervasio Kaminski and Barth or Campbell do brakes a Ultra modern facilities a service while you watch i or Quot a a written guarantee a instant credit refined by experts 195 a Ford Chevrolet All compacts most other cars s3 additional title to St. Mike girls St Michael Defeated St. Joseph the worker 10-6 in the Catholic youth organization grammar school girls softball championship game on the losers Field. Two Home runs by Naomi Walton highlighted St. Michael s Victory. Debbie Bodner picked up the w in for St. Michael. The losing Pitcher was Cathy Flanagan. Squeeze play decides contest on the strength of Bill dragon. Pitching the Scrocca team edged the indians 2-1, in Levittown Connie Mack league action. A successful squeeze play in the fourth brought in the deciding run for Scrocca. Lev. Connie Mack indians Ooi too 0�?1 4 0 Scrocca too 200 a a 2 7 0 Crouch and Lindenmuth Drago and Shaler Lions too Ooi 0�? i 8 2 Indian too 050 a a 5 2 3 Casey and Ritter Evans and Lindan Muth import cars 22�?o trucks 1/2 and % ton reasonable prices front end augment on our Electron Scopes see for yourself Why faulty h fwd alignment May be ruining 3 your tires. Most car most car every racing Monmouth $#%95 Park my a includes transportation la. Bristol 11 15 Curry s 11 45 Perry St. 11 50 per 12 noon Day a might i Liberty Bell St Racetrack 2 includes transp. La. Curry s Perry St. Per. Bristol 6 45 . 6 50 7 00 7 1$ of i 19 grandstand adm a a buses arrive time for daily doubles leave track 15 minutes after last race. 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