Vikings, Lions Take Lead;
Midgets Top Daler Hawks
After three full rounds of Town
League play, the Vikings lead the
9- 10- year old teams and the Lions
are on top of the 11- 12- year old
squads among, the Massapequa
In inter- county play, Mustang
travelling teams won three games
last weekend — the Seniors won
their second outing by a 54- 0
score over Franklin Square; the
Midgets took their league opener
20- 6, over Farmingdale, and the
Pee Wees took the measure of
Levittown in their inaugural by a
26- 0 score.
The Vikings won their third
game by a 39- 0 score over the
Chargers. Richard O'Hara scored
four touchdowns and Steve Z inke
In other 9- 10 league games, the
Steelers beat the Packers 33- 0,
the Jets topped the Cardinals
12- 0 and the Giants edged the
Raiders, 6- 0.
The Lions chalked up a night
game victory over the Dolphins
14- 0, and went into first place
when the Eagles beat the Falcons,
12- 6. In the other 11- 12
league thriller, the Redskins
edged by the Bears 7- 6.
The Lions scoring was done by
Mitch McKee on a 55- yard pass
play from Jon Tellekamp and Bob
Dolan who went 60 yards off
A pass interception and short
run by Kevin Finlay went for the
winning goal in the 12- 6 Eagle-
Falcon clash. Tom Carey made
the first Eagle score on a 22-
yard run. Frank Prine and George
Clark were standouts for the
Greg Knight made the touchdown
and all- important extra point in
the Redskin win over the Bears.
The offense was led by Jim Graham
and Mike Dunleavy and Steve
Pulver headed the defense. The
Bear score was made by Tim
McCarville, who starred on offense.
The Mustang PeeWees opening
Long Island Midget Football
League play, outclassed the Levittown
entry, rolling up 221 yards
and 11 first downs rushing. Levittown
managed only 28 yards
rushing and one first down. Brian
Quinn with two 20- yard touchdown
runs led the offense. Gary Kowal-ski
and Michael Duffy also added
A 20- point surge brought the
Midget team to victory over the
Famingdale Hawks. The Hawks
scored first, but then Joe Collins,
Mike O'Neill and Rich Cro-nin
hit paydirt for the Mustangs.
The Senior team jumped on the
Franklin Square Warriors with a
22 point first quarter, added eight
in the third and 24 in the fourth
periods. Tom Cheslak scored two
goals on passes from Rich Horner.
Pequan, Daler In Auto Accident
The automobile of Albert
Klestinec of 77 Riverside Ave.,
Massapequa, and one driven by
Rosemary Ochester of 130 Lambert
Avenue, South Farmingdale,
were involved in an auto accident
at Main Street and Motor Ave.,
Mrs. Ochester was taken to a
hospital and is said to have a
possible back injury.
Joint Legislative Committee Chairman on Mass Transportation, Senator
Edward Speno right, with Committee member, Assembly Minority
Leader Perry Duryea at the recent hearing held for the purpose
of bringing labor and management together to solve the LIRR strike.
Plainedge High School end Jack McArdle is brought down
after taking a pass during the Calhoun game last Saturday which
his team won by a 13- 6 score. Pokress Photo
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Farmingdale OBSERVER - Thursday, October 3, 1968
St. Rose Stopped
By St. Ann's
St. Rose Varsity football team
lost to St. Arm's by a score of
19- 0, while the Junior Varsity
played a scoreless tie with St.
Ann's Jr. Varsity and St. Rose
* C' Team lost to their counterparts
by a score of 13 to 6 in
action last Sunday.
Next weeks schedule calls for
St. Rose Varsity to meet St.
Ignatius at 12: 30 p. m. at the
Massapequa High School field.
St. Rose * C' team will play
Holy Family away at Hicksville
with the kickoff slated for 1 p. m.
Homecoming, slated for Sunday,
October 6 has been postponed.
2,736 Register For
Frank Reilly of the Adult Education
Department of the Massapequa
Public Schools announced
that 2,736 Massapequans registered
for adult education and
are attending Massapequa Adult
Of the 2,736 adults registered,
460 are attending the fourteen day
time courses between 10 a. m. and
12 noon and 1 and 3 p. m. daily in
the two public libraries of Massapequa.
Another 460 adults are
meeting during the day as part
of the Senior Citizen Program on
Wednesdays at the Massapequa
American Legion Hall.
The remaining adults are attending
the 80 classes held from
8 to 10 p. m. at the Berner High
School and the McKenna Junior
Registration Dates Set
For Ice Skating Instructions
Registration for group and
private ice- skating instruction
by the Oyster Bay Town Department
of Recreation will be held
on Saturday, October 5 from 10
a. m. to 12 noon and on Monday,
October 7 from 7: 30 to 9 p. m. at
the Bethpage Skating Rink and at
the Marjorie R. Post Rink on
Saturday, October 12 from 10
a. m. to 12 noon and on Wednesday,
October 16 from 7: 30 to
9 p. m.
All Town residents are
eligible. Classes are divided into
pre- kindergarten groups, teenage
and adult groups.
Additional information may be
had by calling the Recreation
Department at 921- 5875.
Join Up Night
For Cub Scouts
Boys who are eight, nine and
ten years of age and their parents
are invited to join one of
the local Boy Scout Cub Packs
on Cub Join- Up Night to be held
in nearly all elementary schools
on Tuesday, October 8 at 8 p. m.
Open for registration in Massapequa
are the Birch Lane,
Fairfield, Unqua Road, St. Rose
of Lima, Hawthorn, Lockhartand
East Lake Schools. The commissioners
are Donald McNamarra
and Louis Bartolotta of Massapequa.
Boys and parents from Farmingdale
and North Massapequa
may attend meetings at North-side,
Main Street, East Memorial,
Woodward Parkway, Albany
Avenue, Parkway Oaks and
Plainedge boys and parents
may attend meetings at John H.
West, Northedge, East Plain,
Robert E. Pickens, Schwarting
and at Temple Judea.
Cub Scouting is a home- centered
program designed to
strengthen the bonds between a
boy and his parents.
The family works on an
achievement plan when the boy
is eight and nine, and when the
boy has completed his achievements
to the satisfaction of the
parents, he receives recognition
for his efforts.
At age 10, the youngster may
join the Webelos Den under the
leadership of a man, at which
time he works on 15 activities
for which he is presented activity
awards. During his first two
years in the Pack he is a member
of a Den which meets after
school one day each week, under
the leadership of a Den Mother.
Plainedge Posts Win
For New Football Coach
Frank Scicchitano made his
varsity coaching debut at Plain-edge
High School a winning one
when his Red Devils posted a
13- 6 non- league win over Calhoun
before an enthusiastic crowd
After a scoreless first half,
quarterback Don Perkins broke
off tackle in the third period
and galloped 57 yards for the
first score of the game to put
Plainedge ahead 6- 0. The conversion
The inspired Red Devils then
iced the game when halfback Gary
Catti took a handoff and scampered
70 yards for the final
score. Gene Cubetta added the
extra point. The visitors scored
from 26 yards out in the final
moments of the game.
Plainedge will begin league
action this Saturday at home when
they take on Syosset at 1: 30
Bisons, Chiefs, Dalers Open
Pigskin Season Saturday
Berner High which posted an
8- 0 record last year, will try
to keep their football win skein
intact when they open the season
with once beaten Calhoun
this Saturday at 1: 30 p. m. in an
away non- league game at Merrick.
Calhoun was defeated last
week by Plainedge 13- 6.
Massapequa High will try to
improve On last year's 4- 3- 1
overall record, when they open
the season at home this Saturday
with Baldwin. The Chief's
hopes will rest on returning letter
men, including all - league
safety Jim Hughes.
Game time is 1: 30 p. m.
Coach Don Snyder's Farming-dale
High eleven will journey
to Great Neck North for a 1: 30
p. m. encounter.
Adams On Rampage
As Angels Beat St Ignatius
Bob Adams scored four touchdowns
to lead Our Lady of
Lourdes Blue Angels to a 30- 13
win over St. Ignatius at Hicksville.
Bob Healy went in for the
other score on a long pass from
Virginia Christensen of
Farmingdale High School
As Farmingdale's entire teenage
community made its mass
return to those hallowed halls of
Farmingdale Senior High this fall,
it brought with it enthusiasm and
eagerness to begin another eventful
With the Inaugural Ball, one of
the highlights of the social calendar,
scheduled for October 12,
all the classes are busy at work
preparing their entertainment
which will be a major event in
their competition for the traditional
privilege of dress- down
This year the sophomore class
came with an attitional two hundred
students, making for quite a
squeeze in the hallways. On Oct.
11, they will vote their officers,
as their class, partially from
Weldon E. Howitt and partially
from Mill Lane, unites, hopefully
to overcome their • distinction as
the " underdog."
All arrangements for this
year's Junior Prom have already
been made by the junior class officers,
Leonard's of Great Neck
has been chosen instead of the
customary location of the Huntington
Town House and will most
certainly prove to be quite an improvement.
Also, high school
rings, with a new and unique de*-
sign to them, will soon go on display
to the class of » 70.
As for the seniors, this year
promises to be one of excitement
from the Inaugural Ball to the
Senior Banquet, which will conclude
their traditional and long-awaited
Senior Week. At present,
most of their efforts are being
pointed at winning dress- down
Congratulations go to the members
of the Daler Skyline, Farmingdale
High » s bi- monthly newspaper.
Through the all- out efforts
of their advisor, Mrs. Cyla Bar-ger,
and the staff, two fine issues
have been published and a third is
scheduled for Oct. 4. FHS was
well represented at a journalism
convention last week- end at Syracuse
University where Nancy
Schmitt, assistant editor of the
Skyline, placed alternate for a
full- tuition scholarship.
Plans have also begun for Bard,
the literary magazine of FHS,
and Hi- Life, the annual yearbook.
Many new innovations for both
are in the makings. Bard will
publish two issues, winter and
spring, while Hi- Life plans to add
a 16- page supplement covering
all spring events from the Junior
Prom to graduation.
FHS is alive with action, and
school spirit will hit its climax
as the Daler football team opens
their season this Saturday with
an away game at Great Neck.
Traditionally, the junior class
will be in charge of the food concession
at all home games.
The forecast for this term
appears quite optimistic, and the
high school urges the entire community
to come out and support
the Daler Lion.
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