Chiefs Win Pair As League Action
Opens; Dalers, Devils, Bisons Lose
Town Organizes Scuba
Massapequa High scored a pair
of South Shore District I league,
runs this past week as they
bested Baldwin 53 - 36 and Ocean-side
56 - 53.
Bob Elliott lead the Chiefs in
scoring in both games with 17
and 15 points respectively and in
the Baldwin game pulled down 23
In the see saw Oceanside encounter
the Pequans came from
behind ir He last quarter to
overcome even point deficit
in the last minute of play on a
key basket by Elliott. Jim Doyle
tossed in two free throws to lock
The Chiefs will entertain
Mepham at home on Friday in an
8: 30 p. m. tilt followed by a home
game with Calhoun on Tuesday
at 4: 00 p. m.
The two wins give Massapequa
2 - 0 league and a 3 - 3 overall
Farmingdale High School
opened the league season by
losing to Clarke 80- 48 and 72-
60 to Syosset.
Mitchell Fink led the Daier
cagers with 14 points in the
Clarke game while Dave Mable-ton
had 15 in the Syosset loss.
Coach Bob Mulligan's lads who
are now 0- 2 in league and 2- 5
overall will take on traditional
rival Plainedge on Tuesday at
8: 30 in an away game.
Plainedge High dropped a pair
of league games this past week
as they were edgedby MacArthur
55- 52 and soundly trounced by
Plainview 82- 66.
The Red Devils kept pace with
Mac Arthur until the last minute
before a packed house. Kenny
Sturges led the Plainedge scorers
with 15 tallies.
After a 14- 14 first quarter in
the Plainview game, Plainedge
fell behind 42 - 29 and despite
a 17 point effort by Sturges,
Coach Jerry Fiorenza* s lads
never managed to get close.
This Friday the Devils travel
to Syosset and will entertain
Farmingdale at home on Tuesday
in an 8: 30 p. m. encounter.
Mets Fisher, Kranepool
To Conduct Coaches Clinic
Jack Fisher and Ed Kranepool
of the New York Mets will
conduct a Baseball Coaches Clinic
for Oyster Bay Town coaches
and volunteers on Saturday, January
The clinic, sponsored by the
Town's Department of Recreation
and Community Activities,
will cater to high school junior
high school, little league and
police boys club coaches and
volunteers who are responsible
for teaching and directing the
play of the young baseball playe
r s .
The clinic will be held from
1: 30 p. m. to 4 p j n . at the Jericho
High School gymnasium, on
Cedar Swamp Road.
Four athletic directors, who represent the five area high schools,
were given the i r choices of films on the fundamentals and techniques
of popular sports by Bankers Trust Company. Reading from left
to right are Donald E. Snyder, of Farmingdale High School; Edward
J. Flynn of Berner and Massapequa High Schools: Donald
H. Black, vice president in charge of Bankers Trust's Farming-dale
Office; Vincent Cantelmo, of Bethpage High School; and Kenneth
Pine of Plainedge High School.
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Berner High opened the South
Shore Division II League basketball
league this past week by
losing a pair of games to Long
Beach and Uniondale by scores of
52- 40 and 67- 45 respectively.
Mike Kerr was high man in
the Long Beach game with 19
points and Bob Nelson chalked up
13 in the Uniondale fracas.
The Bisons, who are 0- 2 in
league and 0- 6 overall, will be
seeking their first win this Friday
at Lawrence in a 4 p. m.
game followed by an away game
at Elmont on Tuesday.
The United States Coast Guard
Auxiliary, Flotilla 13- 8, Seaford,
will conduct a ten lesson course
in safe boating as part of the
Adult Education Program at the
Seaford Senior High School. Registration
will be held on January
23, 24, and 25 from 7to 8: 30 p. m.
The first class will begin at 8: 30:
p. m., Tuesday, January 24.
Subjects to be covered will include
Safe Motorboat Operation,
Legal Responsibilities, Rules of
the Road, Charts and Compass,
and Aids to Navigation.
There will be a $ 2.50 charge to
cover the cost of materials and
student's handbook. Those successfully
completing the course
will receive a certificate from
the Coast Guard.
For further information contact
Public Education Officer Art
Greenspan at 221- 5454.
The Oyster Bay Town Recreation
Leagues will start skating in
competitive league play Monday,
January 16, at the Town's three
rinks in Massapequa, Syosset and
The nine - week season, highlighted
by All- Star games and
trophies being awarded to the
victorious teams and outstanding
players, will start at 6: 30
p. m. in Massapequa and Bethpage,
but at 8: 00 p. m. in Syosset
after the Long Island Ducks
Clinic. A member of the Ducks
will toss out the first puck.
Leagues are divided into 10- 14
and 15- 18 age categories.
Plans are under way to form
an Oyster Bay Town All- Star
Hockey team which would participate
in the New York Rangers'
Metropol itan Hockey
League next year.
This year's league competition
will be held on Mondays
and Tuesdays from 6: 30 - 9: 30
p. m. with two games each night.
An orientation and registration
session for prospective members
of the Oyster Bay Town Recreation
Skin and Scuba Diving Club will
be held Friday, January 13 atthe
Harry B. Thompson Junior High
The purpose of the club, which
will continue through the summer
when outdoor facilities will be
used, is to educate interested
Town residents, 14 years of age
and over, in skin and scuba diving.
Duke Zuzio, executive secretary
of the Empire State Underwater
Association, will be the
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program which begins February 3
and held every Friday evening at
the Syosset High School from
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Town, but a final determination
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Chiefs' To Compete In
Suburban Mile Relay Event
The Massapequa High School
track team will compete in the
Suburban Mile Relay event, representing
Nassau County, at Madison
Square Garden's annual
Wannamaker - Milrose Games
on Thursday evening, January
26, it was announced last week
by team coach Bill CSullivan.
The Chiefs copped top county
honors on Tuesday, January
3 by beating eleven other Nassau
high school teams in a relay
run - off held at Clarke High
School, East Meadow. Their winning
time of 3: 34 was only six
seconds behind the all- school
Team members who will make
the trip a r e : Jim Goodman, Brian
McElroy, Bob Brown, Steve
Lebwohl, and alternates John
Dember and Barry Goldwasser.
Five teams will compete in
the Suburban Relay, each representing
a county in the New
York metropolitan area including
New Jersey, Westchester and
Coach CSullivan expressed
high hopes for his team's performance,
adding that " they are
an especially well- matched group
whose running times have been
ahead of past y e a r s ' ."
Dads Club Sponsors College Gymnastic Team
The Massapequa High School
Dad's Club will sponsor an exhibition
of the Springfield College
Gymnastic Team on Saturday,
February 11 at 8 p. m. in the high
Proceeds from this will go to
the two annual scholastic
Tickets are priced at $ 2 for
adults and $ 1 for students and
may be purchased at the door.
The team will wear clown costume
and present rib- ticklingan-tics
as part of the routine.
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