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M a la Quot Calo regular cat and dog food o ,al1 of it i amps cans Ai w Venice shop cent i store hours . 8 30 9 00 sat. 8 30 7 Gerber a strained Salada Greenwood s Greenwood s Riceland baby foods Tea bags tiny whole beets red cabbage Rice 6 55 4r 67 i0,3 29l 3o03 23 35 sports Little Indian athletes have outstanding year the 1962-63 school year has been an exceptionally successful one for Venice Junior High school athletics. Both individuals and teams have gained Fame for the school. The Vvhs varsity football squad enjoyed a Fine season As they captured the Sarasota Junior High conference championship with a Fine 5-1 record. This was the third championship in the five years. Most of the boys on the varsity squad were 9th graders and will be moving up to Venice High squads next season. Most of the Backfield running was done by 9th graders a Ben Sanders Sam Morgan Don Christopher Raliegh Stahl and Paul Peden while Jim Sikora did a Superb Job at quarterback. Morgan Sanders and Peden ripped up yardage Many times by just being tougher than the opponents while Stahl and Christopher picked out the holes and simply outran their foes. Venice did a Fine defensive Job All season Only allowing opponents a combined total of five touchdowns. Three of those were Given up to second place Brookside. Defensive linemen Joe Henriques Ward Curry Tim Waidelich Lambert Mann Ron Edwards Steve Norwood. Jim Boone and Jim Parrott will be sorely missed next season As they move on into High school. The Jaycee football team made up mostly of 7th Grade and 8th Grade boys did not fare As Well. They wound up their season with six losses and no wins but these boys improved with each game and gained valuable experience. The basketball team tied for the county championship this season with nine wins and one loss a the loss coming from co Champion Mcintoshjr. High. The team scored very Well All season and had one of the Best teams Ever at our school. Sam Morgan Jim Boone Jim Sikora Don Christopher Martin Satava and Nash Ubelhart were the main stays of this years Fine team. Other members Jerry Hawks David Bowdler and Paul Peden were invaluable Bench strength needed on any Good Ball team. In the ten games Venice scored a total of 402 Points to the opponents 268. The Jaycee basketball team had a very Good 5-3 record losing two games by one Point each. The track team failed to win any meets this season but Paul Peden set two new county records in the 100-Yard dash with a time of 10.5 seconds and the 220-Yard run with a time of 23.1 seconds. At this writing the Tennis and Golf schedules Are still being played. To Date the Tennis team has won two matches while losing two. Number one player on this years team is Patty Johnson. The Golf team has played four matches to Date with the other three county Junior highs. In these matches they have gained one top spot and finished second in the other three. Kenny Walker has finished As medallist in two matches while Richard Stafford has gained this Honor once. Venice Lions defeat rotary 1st Natl Bank squeezes past Casey key 11-10 rallying from a 7-4 deficit the 1st National Bank team of the senior division of Gulf Little league thursday evening downed Casey key pirates 11-10. It was the fourth win of the season for the Bankers As opposed to three losses. The game played at Osprey was a continuation of the May 7 contest which was halted in the fourth inning because of darkness. The defeat was Casey keys seventh. The pirates have won once. Tuesdays tomorrow schedule will have the kiwanis nine travelling to Osprey to meet Casey key at 5 30 ., while Here at 6 30 It will be 1st National Bank is. Venice shopping Center. State or. Golf set june 7-9 for the second year Florida state Golf Assn. And the state women a Golf Assn. Will join in sponsoring the annual Florida Junior Golf championship. The event again will be played at port st. Lucie country club Juno 7-9. It will be a 54 Hole stroke play tournament with divisions for girls and boys in the 12 to 14 year old classification and in the 15 to 17 age group. To be eligible to compete a youngster must have been registered in a Florida school during the past school year and be a member of a member club of Osga or the women a association. Entry fee will be $3. The courses at port st. Lucie will be open for practice june 6 and entries must be i it lived in the Osga office in Sara to a by june 5. Contestants must have reached their 12th birthday but not their 18th by Midnight of june 9, 1963 to be eligible. All Osga member cows have entry forms for the Junior tournament or they May be obtained by writing to the state office Box 5394, Sarasota. All the defending title hold ers will be Back to compete. Bob Jewett of fort Myers is the current Osga Junior King in the 15 to 17 division while Tom Baynard of st. Petersburg is the 12 to 14 year old Champion. Margo Michaelis of Hollywood rules the 15 to 17 class for girls and Linda Morris of Orlando is the 12 to 14 titleholder. Jewett also the state Jaycee Champion was two under Par tor the 54 holes of championship play at port st. Lucie last year. He is regarded As the finest Young Prospect in Florida Golf in i Many years. A three run outburst in the fifth inning gave the Venice Lions All the Cushion they needed for a 6-2 win Over Venice rotary thursday night in Junior division activity in the Gulf Little league. Lion Hurier Butch Dalton and rotary Pitcher Ben Steele tangled in a tight pitching Duel with Dalton getting just a slight Edge in the Battle of the lefties. Dalton gave up two hits struck out 14 and walked five. Steele was touched for four safeties while fanning 10 and walking six. The Lions got off to a two run Lead in the Bottom of the first. Larry Burris walked after Mike Young grounded out and stole second. Dalton fanned for the second out but Steve Brown was Safe on an error. Burris went to third and Brown to second on the play. Then Steve Dunaway singled to plate Burris and Brown. Rotary lied it up in the third on walks to Jeff Bodager and Ken Curry and a single by Jimmy Ringo. Brown put the Lions ahead 3-2 in the fourth when he scored on a bases full walk to Bobby Sanchez. He had reached first on an error. In the fifth Burris led off with a walk and was forced at second by Dalton. Brown then doubled sending Dalton to third. Dunaway scored Dalton with his second single of the evening and John Shaver plated Brown and Dunaway with a ground single to Center. The Victory upped the Lens Mark for the season to 6-2. The rotary is 2-6. Regina Buford Golf Winner Regina Buford scored a 79 to win the Lake Venice a omens Golf Assn. Weekly event wednesday a a four club tourney. Other results in 18-Hole play saw Jerry Urankar second in a s a with an 80 Eleanor Llcy cop class b laurels with a 77 and Tam Rohmann came in second with an 80 in the nine Hole division class a worker was Frankye of Well Wei a 39. Charlene in ale an i Luna Bryant lied for second with a 41. Ida Beake won class b honors with a 37 and Bea Stewart and Sig Evans tied for runner up with 41. In class c it was Betty of Shaughnessy coming in first with a 42, while Ethel Bickel was second with a 43. Next weeks event will be a Blind partners one half Handicap tourney. Girls softball team the Venice Angels girls softball team will meet Englewood team 2 tomorrow night at Englewood a Calhoun Park at 7 Just recently organized the Venice team is made up of i girls 13 through 19 years of i age

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