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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, September 15, 1955, Image 18

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RfVERHEAD RACEWAY ON RT. 58—EAST OF KROEMER AVENUE Opp. Walker ' s Terminal , Riverhead Washburn s Sixth Main Highlights Raceway Bill s C{VjKi JU EAI> — Highiightir.i; the stock car racinj; card at the &>- . frt**s».J nctva y here las t week was the comeback of Johnny Wtt-h&un . who . after b*mg blanked for one night ' s activity, roared Va. .. . v> rapturv thr 25-lap main Saturday night with a bit of •kver dt ' viBg. The veteran pilot , who calls Roosevelt his home , !&. jwwj vei*, -i nig lyrjCJ Uud-on , No. W- . ti? l£» front «f » tie Id of ^_ its_ * ;- . '; tv feature , iroing out in :> fU r>n the 1 7th iap to wm hi- ss th saa4;i , in « H September 6 bill , t>. -> «wJ&, -*ir. v- \!ng Uene Gamache of c ' le.y Sfo*i_ ; was the recipient of » . _ •• • \ featu' e checkered tiatr . win- VA' ijl *iw 25-lapper handily. He quoted th> No. 93 black sedan. WaMthora Gives Show With a packed house of onlook- ere -wn»e- ,siEjr the action Satur- « \««r »igat.. Waahburn put on quite ;- shove oil diivvng ability. Start- fijjf sa t* - - nty-nr»t position in * Held »t 2- cars , the Roosevelt jif, -ck«jr sfniirtly rated his _tock, srtMM'kjiS' Wi -ugh on the inside and oat wis*a ewr an opening per- mitted!. Bj the time the drivers vrvftt tatting their fourth lap, Wa&bbuF- was ninth. Three laps later iv_ _ad maneuvered into Ifcird j>: *itk>n behind leader &e~rge Alt Ca rthy of Matti tuck &T>d sms&at place Pete Zeneski. Wisen Z*^ ski _pun out , Wa_h- fessm aaa_!:.ied s»<cond spot. >f«\Ccarih>- held the margin until ¦ike 17tfe t ip. Approaching t raffi c he tlaeintc to ride around the <j%#t»«te* . t natead he got par- I tSally fcoxau in. Meanwhile Wash - burn rwr-ai through a slim open- US <m ?*'¦ inside to get the J«* wJ—ajsd ^• . »id it. Jack Htm hardt of Centereach , Arivsag; *few Hudson J-6, captured a har> _ - -t7<4£*: aemi Saturday, b*_iJniif Wit> Uburn and Gamache. | •f'CJarthy *;\ok the first semi, j FSwrty of Spins j Tihc ScpKi mber 6 card could ' fa st fts Wei have been called i ' •• td-wsOBieiofW ' aight \ as far as. *pijr_v fi. * ^ aad accidents . were : cejieemeti il- »rter Harry Rambo h»d his ha.; .- full in calling for i «o t»a»y r«-! S*rt * th rou ghout the J nj srht- ) Oassacte t/ «ok the main with- ; a_i too intit - competition. He! w««i oat in froat on the 12th J lap a»d r» t_i :ned there unti l he > e&t the chedi.red dag. An inter- j tstinff ev»»t was held T uesday ; . night in the jaiopy division. It was called the \frankfurter race. \ The object of the contest was to race four laps , eat a frank,, race four more laps , eat another \dog \ and then complete the event with two more laps. With regular stock pilots behind the wheels of the jalops . Jack Rein- bardt proved to be the hungriest p ilot. Another big week of classy stock car racing is in store for Riverhead raceway fans this coming week. On Saturday and Tuesday nights at 8:30 , startet Harry Rambo will be waving the green Tlag to send the cars oft in the first heat to start nights of keen racing. Axel Anderson and Johnny Washburn will be vying for their seventh main ano Harry Keeley will be out to win another in the jalop ies. The results : Tuesday Nnht Firs t Hot—110 laps) Pets ZenesKi Don Kerr. Art McKenna. Ed Wcndu Second Heat—(10 laps) Neil Wilson Fred Lorcnz. Bob Busch , George McCar- thy. Third Heat—(10 laps) Gene Gamache John W_jhburn , Chet Albertson . John Rambo. Frankfurter Jalopy Race — (10 lapsj Jack Rein—ardt. Fi rst Semi—<12 laps ) Tommy Thomp- son. Reinbardt . Lorenz . ZeneskL Second Semi—(12 laps ) Gamache. Don Gillispitr . Iiusch . Washburn. Second Jalopy—(20 laps) Bert Hedges. Warren liojha. Buzz Hedges . Frank Baldwin. Feature — (25 tape) Gamache. Bern- hardt . Rambo. Saturday N'isht First Heat — UO !a,ps> Ed Mueller , Harry Keeley. Ed Wendt , Warren Hughes. Seco- -< Heat—HO Japs ) Fred Gallo, Fred Lorenz . John Rambo , Art Mc- Kea—a. Third Heat — 110 laps ) Fred Kart, Gene Gamache . Jack Bernhardt , John Kambo. First Jalopy—(12 laps) Tom Edwards . Buzz Hed_es. Harry Keeley. Bert Hed- First Semi—(12 laps) George McCar- thy. Mueller. Wendt. George Staples. Second Semi — (12 laps) Rein hardt , John Washburn . Gamache , Rambo. Sec on d Jalopy—115 laps) Keeley, Nick Marsh. Warren Hughes. Feature — (25 laps) Washburn, Saun- ders. Rambo, Gamache. Suffolk Football Season to Open S eptembe r 23 Only esgj&J more days remain until thus «j*«Ma , «c. test of the Suf- l#& -Ctaint y }> otoall seaso n which pits, Pa tefco &t e aga inst Linden- fettrat. Foilowa. -g * » a schedule of tfee- foeibat-i j ;nre^ to be played ifef 2«adi»ic S' :) folk county teams : f' .rt&tjir,. Si *fA *>ti •*« 17 —Lindcnburst at gmsSmpem ( »*** . j S_«ssp*«s- . 8(*6 •«!« II — Babylon at ' ' K«M MnaasA^iO! . * u _*' . — «• at Kiverhe—d. ; Saw lisWs- Mi. $*¦ - die. £*n Kt»*m at . 4»J' ij*. -«t»».r_ J&ftiai^fcj' ,. CteW -er I — Huntington «; A«Kl*- . (r«.WJ», l&rvti- -»d at Baby Son. Pat- j *Sw«p« «8 »w. S»«re . 5miUito-ra at ¦ ' X MS ? Hawj>teA. Westbempte-n at East ¦ b&JtP. fSwj'rajj; *, Port Je«cr»oo. South ft&«t!injci»» at *i. e* _t0oTt- i 3»««n*a»- , <W(L-»i « — Amltyville at ! Mi **t ' tMf»& . ' Usf of* * at S-yrille . Ea»t .SE»WMt)s, ¦ *$. fe. I Ultp. t,reenport at. . '*fcwrt»w««t; » * Brt Jefferson at Hunting- 1 «* &Kf Stunt *- at UMfotanl. South Hj ;a' .fc:Kt*« o.e ' ¦> ) art_ampum. .Vrt***- . Oenofwir 1« — rauboguc at ftKhrtsw (_4g**J. Utamrxbits, Ot&*«r li — Sayville at . A«iil->-viJlo . _airl Hampton at South . Wl»J-ito*bt<?> , Kit.nl f»l»p at Southampton. ; UmivtHtma u; 1j -unnpon . Riverhead at I t$«H.et»«£«m , Uakt> - .ntmrst at Port. Jeflrr- i ofec, :Ww»-Jh:t««rt i We*th_mplon •JiftWirttey' . <*efc*«r S2 — Babylon at life_?.tti\JMfi.t. I' r t Jefferson at Bay I _ ' » . »». W««t5Miumj . qfi m i ii_,i Hampton. [ i&««K IhtMj* at «». -Jthtowa . (;r*en i>ort at [ »OT tfeti«- .:<Vw. a auiiiue at bayvUle . \ }»a»Jw4«» «« }«ta(* nlwrst. South Hunting- \ to4t «i Kurt4iS»«iiit I ®*(a»f**y. Oets*rr - > - _i_«>nmirst at ft« itifvicfS* . SS RyiHurr at Ba bylon , tireen- f !»r, xi £_ .»-( >. asnpton . fatfbocroe at : ! K. -|W. .«ea^«i „ JCwi' Ultp at Northport. _&i-s/ iilV , ?». i Ki i- -r t««4, S-irthtown at ¦/ .StS-itft Bi:«_a#*uiV. SoHttwunsKon at W„l- -: »>nm»l>.K. axooMtta * Wffl» *er V. May _hnrc at AsuJti^ittlic , P»rt, M<n« at Babylon . S' .nsf v .MaMsl. 'Mr. it SovU—impton . South H.!i:. - . j ' tJirKw ut I'j urt UUp. Westisamptoi; /it &rv'f^j)3>^«t B * tafOingtwn at Linden- &«r- .M» r Havtfcpvr*. at smithtowo . River- want »i t' wJk , » to.*a K . itisliitMtmy. Jfuws mhrr [j—Port J—Temon St Aroj tjtvill^, Ifj ntMwtoaa _t Bay Shore. 'OMMi^vivt *t 4|i •( Uiip. Pawhoeue at 4»*vl!4e . ' 'J»«r/'<!»!i . 'K ov ii nfcer -«— Patchij «rue at Psr?!; J*^?tf:r*fra„ . i ltake RESERVATIONS l.0W! | I FOf WINTER STORAGE I i* - . * I! OF » II Your BOAT or MOTOR | f* __^— i I \^^^py a j j &&* nnreR Airs. ^^^arc ^o G U^^i- % Z PAtchogue 3-2365 J t * * M __________ * Bailey to Go South For Midget Action It was a ousy weekend for Patchogue ' s Roge r Bailey, the leading point man in the Na- tional Association for Stock Car Auto racing midget cir- cles . Roge r , who leads both Offenhauser and Ford midget drivers by some 90 points , took a second at Isli p speed- way Friday, .a third at Manas- sas , Va., on Saturday, and a fourth at Lynchburg, Va., on Sunday. He was the first Ford to cross the finish line at all three tracks , being beaten by the admittedly faster Offeys. This weekend Roger treks to three North Carolina tracks to place his trusty Mordenti Hornet midget on the macadams. On Friday n ight he will be in Fayette- ville; on Saturday in Raleigh , and on Sunday racing at Greensboro. He will be ac- companied by his mechanic, Walter Mordenti of Water- bury. Conn. Waterfowl Seasons , Bag Limits Set from Conservation Order ALBANY—Acting within authorization provided by the United States Fish and Wildlife service . Conservation Commissioner Louis A. Wehle recently announced this year ' s seasons and bag limits in New York state for migratory game birds. \This year ' s department order , \ Commissioner Wehle said , \ pro- vides for a 70-day uninterrupted season for ducks , geese , except snow geese , brant and coot , com- mencing upstate October 15 and continuing through December 23. On Long Island a later season is again provided , beginning Oc- tober 29 and continuing through January G. \ With bag limits for ducks re- maining the same as las t year , four per day and eight in pos- session , the major change this year , the commissioner pointed out , is in length of season—70 days this year compared to last year ' s 60-day season. He added that this extended period apply- ing to both upstate and Long Island seasons permits the sett- ing of favorable opening dates for all sections of the state and , in addition , the securing of the advantage of later closing dates so long needed for such areas as the Niagara frontier , Finger Lakes and Long Island. Under the department order , the bag limit of four ducks per day may include one woodduck and one hooded merganser . Pos- session limit of 8 ducks may in- clude two woodducks but only one hooded merganser. Again , as last year . Federal regulations require that American and red- breasted mergansers be count- ed as .ducks. \ ¦ Limits, and certain season vari- ations , for other migratory spe- cie are : Scoters (sea coot), old squaw . and eider ducks , seven per day—14 in . possession. In- land season for these three spe- cies .. . are the same as the season for ducks , but in marine - waters beyond outer harbor lines they may be . taken from October 1 through December 31. Geese , (except snow geese), two per day— -bur in possession; brant , six -per day or in possession ; coot , (mud hens) 10 per day or in possession; ' rails , except sora , and gallinulcs , September 1 ¦ — October 30 (statewide). 10 per day and 20 in possession; sora Continued on case 5. this section Rafferty Shines As Quarterback In Eagle Offense Just nine days from to- day the Amityville Crim- son Tide , one of the true powers in the Suffolk p i g- skin picture last season , will come storming onto the Seton Hall gridiron to do busi- ness with Coach * Henry Read' s Eagle footballers. The Eagles will be meetin ga foe that went through the fall campaign last season without being on the los- ing end of one contest. Eagle Line Rugged The Seton Eagles figure to make trouble for the charges of _.ou Howard. A beefy line ,, a ^leaver , passing quarterback , and ieveral habitual ground-gaining jacks should give the Readmen .lope for a successful campaign. In readying for the test against whe< Tide , Seton engaged the Pat- -hogue Red Raiders in an infor- mal scrimmage session Saturday morning at the Raider school. Al- though no score was kept during die contest , several salient points were brought out on the Eagle side of the ledger. They were as follows : 1. Jack (Jackrabbit) Rafferty is a passer to be feared by op- ponents. In several instances dur- ing the scrimmage he completed tosses while on the run to clos ely guarded mates. 2. Fullback Joe Fusaro will be Seton Hall' s bread and butter p layer. This bulldozing figure is hard to stop once underway, as he proved Saturday. 3. Although playing for the first time together on defense , the Eagle line showed plenty of promise in the scrimmage. John Pedisich , Dick Morpurgo and Vin- nie Bruno anchor the forward wall. Guard Ray Willis can block. 4. Halfbacks Bill Paolillo and Dave Reese like their yardage in long chunks and can be counted on for long jaunts . Reese took a turn at the quarter post and of- fers insurance there. Needs Week of Polish Overall , Seton looks to be a team , which , with a week of polish , could give any of the elevens in the county a tough afternoon. - Just how tough Amityville will be is hard to determine. Undefeat- ed last year , Coach Howard has lost many of his stellar crew in- cluding the scoring phenomenon , Don Keller , who registered ' 111 points during the '54 campaign. Bernie Wyatt , a defensive stal- wart last season , figures to be on the offensive side of the ledger this time. He is being counted on for the chief ball carrying duties. Seton will counter with Fusaro and another soph in varsity status — Pat Ruxton , a 180-pounder who earned a letter as a freshman last year. The Eagles will make use of the \T\ and a modification of that system , with left half Paolillo as the tailback working off a \T\ lineup. WATER SKI WINNER %&\n\^'^. 1Z trick riding competition recently at the second annual Long Island open water ski championship meet as a member of the - Bruce Parker School of Water Skiing, Copiague division. Ski p ' s team won the meet which was held at Copiague and sponsored by the Parker School of Water Skiing. Terriers , T & S , Bobmen Cop Mayor Cup Softball Victories With one week of play already in the books in the Mayor ' s Cup Softball playoffs , one team has already been eliminated from competition—the Old All-Stars. The Old Timers were ousted from further play Monday night at the Recreation field when thev dropped a 2-0 loss to the Carl and Bob' s club. Previously the S tars were trounced by the Oasis team , 12-6. Carsten vs. Newham Monday ' s game was a pitching duel between Red Carsten of the Stars and Chris J^ewham of the Bobmen. Carsten had a perfect game until the sixth when the winner/s tallied two times for the decisive counters. Rollie Jacobs led off the frame with a walk and was moved up a notch on a bunt by Bill Fisher , the latter runner going to first safely on a throwing error by Carsten. A sacrifice by Manager Dale Whit- lock moved both runners up a station. With Carsten facing his oppo- nent , Newham , and the infield drawn in , Newham pushed an in- field single wide of second base to bring in one. Run number two came - in on an erro r by right fielder Lou Lotito. ' Newham , in winning, gave up only two hits , a single by his brother , Tom , in the first , and a double to George Hardeman in the sixth. Silady Stars in Relief In other Mayor ' s Cup games , T & S topped Swan Market last Thursday, 7-5 , with a come-from behind rally. The Lumbermen got a nifty bit of relief chucking from John Silady, who came in to re- place starter Pat Rgoney in the second. The fireman pitched five hit ball the rest of the fray. Lenny Giardello took the loss for the Marketers . The big . blow of the game was a lusty triple by Sam Perry. In a game played last Wed- nesday night , the Terry Brothers took the Carl and Bob' s aggre- gation by a count of 7-5. Only one .run for the Terriers was earned as the Bobmen failed to provide Newham with any sem- blance of a defense. Winner Bill Hackett allowed the losers only five safeties , two of which were homers .by Don Aviano and Gordon Forbes. The scoring: Old All-Starx 000 0BO 0—0 2 2 Ca rl and Bub — BOO 002 x— •£ 1 l CAKSTEN and Puluce ; NEWHAM anil Maler. Swan Market 130 001 - 0—S 7 7 T & S lumber — lao 021 x— 1 . H D GIARDELLO and Digilio ; Kooncy, SIL- ADY and Yont. Terry Brothers — 1.10 101 1 —7 6 2 Carl and BobV — 112 010 0—5 6 6 HACKETT and C lemcnle : NEWHAM and Fisher. Malcr. Bayport Volleyball Tournament Champ By virtue of a clean sweep over the Blue Point six , the Bayport Bombers captured the Patchogue Recreation commission ' s post-sea- son volleyball league tournament. The Bombers took the Blue Point- ers into camp, 21-8 , 21-4, and 21-6 September 6 at the Village volleyball courts. The Sabre club , winning two of . three contests on the same night from he Van Gua rd s , fin- ished in second place in the tour- ney. The Sabre team took the Vamps 21-8 and 21-10 while the Van Guard s won one fray 21-13. • Members of the winning Bay- port team included Dave and Pete Brewer , Bud Adams , Robert Hambley, Charley Humbert and Wesley (Butch) Springhorn. Each member received an individual trophy from the Recreation com- mission, Midget Accident Results in Death Of Jim Knowlan ISLIP — The tragic death of Jim Knowlan, veteran 31-ycar- old midget racing car driver , marred the Isli p speedway ' s fea- ture double bill of the Irish Ko- ran Thrill show and two 35-lap events . featuring the top stock car, and midge t pilots .Friday night at the speedway here. Knowlan , who had previously had 13 accidents while driving midgets , was one of a field of 12 cars vy ing for honors in the feature midget test. With an es- timated 5 , 00U poisons looking on , going into the second turn , he was riding outside the midge t driven by Frank Lacausi of Ba- bylon. When Lacausi' s car spun , Knowlan , who was trying to go outside at the time , swerved to avoid the spin. In so doing he rammed the restraining wall , did a complete flip and came down with the midget rightside up. The damaged midget was pull- ed off the track and Knowlan rushed to Southside hospital in Bay Shore , where he was pro- nounced dead on arrival. The mid- get driver , a veteran of 10 years on the tracks , was the father . of seven children. His wife , Elea- nor , is a scorer at the speedway and witnessed the tragedy from the press box. Most of the crowd didn 't learn of Knowlan ' s death until after the show had been concluded , when the announcement was made. After the ambulance had re- turned to the track infield , the race continued , with Johnny Coy tho eventual winner^. Patchogue ' s Roger Bailey finished in the sec- ond spot. In the stock car feature , Nick Dadian of the Bronx , behind the wheel of his No. 138 speedster , was the victor. He took the lead almost at the outset and held on to it for a handy triumph. The Garden City Pa rk veteran , Tex Ring, finished second. Red Raide r , Seto n Scrimmage Held; Pigskin Openers Near Lack of Blocking Hampers Raider Attack S aturday Just eight more days re- main for the Patchogue Red Raiders to brush up on their assignments in prepar- ation for the test with the Lindenhurst Bul ldogs which will take p lace at the Roy J. Sain- don Memorial field the night of September 23 . The Raider drills have reached the scrimmage point now. The most important was a Saturday morning test with the Seton Hall Eagles. No score was kept. Raiders Not Sharp In the scrimmage with Seton , Coach William F. (Dutch ) Schuldt' s p igskinners failed to look sharp. Very few blocks were thrown with authority and the tackling was of the mediocre variety. One of the few shining lights on the defensive side of the ledger was John Conquest , the lanky, fired-up end who contribut- ed several driving tackles to halt Seton carriers. On offense , the backs didn 't get too much of a chance to strut their stuff because of the lack of blocking up ahead. Jim Tulley, operatiug with the first string at quarterback , was erratic with his ball handling, but he showed promise on the plays which he made go. The nucleus of the players ex- pected to see action this year will come from the 14 lettermen around whom Coach Schuldt' s \T\ ma- chine is being built. Tulley is ex- pected to get the nod at half- back , while Joe Arabia , Don Rooney and Seton Hall transfer Bill Walsh are likely to do most of the ball carrying for the Big Red this campaign. Fullback is still a ques- tion mark in the Patchogue p lans . Line to Avera ge 170 Pounds On the forward wall such ex- perienced hands as Conquest and Geoffery Wa lsh at the flanks , Tony Minardi and Tom Valentino at guards , and Lou Caban and Ed Rivers at the tackle pillars ap- pear to have .the ins ide track on the starting berths. The center position is anybody ' s guess at this time. The Raider line should aver- age approximately 170 pounds on the Toledos , while the backs figure to 'be lig hter at about 1601 Geoffery Walsh gives the team a valuable kicker. At times he can spiral punts over the 45-yard mark. In the aerial ga me depart- ment the Raiders figure to be on the weak side. Tulley, . while an apt ball handler , has yet to prove himself as a passer. Thus , it ap- pears as if the Raiders will be relying mainly on their running game to record triumphs. The clash between Lindenhurst and Patchogue will be a test be- tween two elevens who experienc- ed losing seasons last year. 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