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1 s / r - Waterloo Mat ;Muscolino NevvarlqN.Y. CourTer-GazeH) Thursday,_ Jan. 18, 1968 First FFace 562 in Tri-Town Lot B y Char I cy R oss • Rodney- Bushar-t rolled 562. series- 'to lead7 the Da Lyons 'and \vivark Hold Spoll/^hl W h en N ew ark and Ly .nj> : iu t : can aiv.:.,y.s dvp.mti •> * a hill h .u c. W aterloo. ’C e n tr a l's varsity w restling team won the first 10 gouts in a 46-TO ' W a y n e -F inger | Lakes C o n ference w r e s tling v ie-j lary over Newark h e r e last -Fri­ day n i g h t . ' i t re m a in e d fof N e w a rk’s Je f f I Cebula ' a n d G a ry D e K r u g e r ' to t ivcrt a shutout as they cam e u p j ' ' The M.usvelkius tightened th e ir . J'njd on first place In the .Mixed , L *\uiue’ by- taking a 3-1 s e t 1-rgm i the- Schm itts. ! i 1 The C ross & Shield e n tr y split 1 (.ii.r .p..hits witli the M a n ’s Shop. U.t -O.ver.s live lu.-t four ti) Rose , C itv jn d in tlie other m a tch t h e . independents and, in . o r. '. S i ivice O nters blanked the GtiM m a tches the M illers c,j, fi\*e r \ ‘ three from the Woods entrs a*-fys| a 3-1 wiii over' th e RaidtrsJ the Tri-Tow n L e a g u e , R ^ . DI . h it 527- for th e R a iders. The Torbs won three fr S t a -i! if i i-v'g s' wiu.scolincs 61. the R a n g e r s sh u t out the on th e basketball floor you sto in f . u c a tiier and lots of noise. Toe bad yu ir'-iei ...m e .-a.ly It y (u'cl.-,nt l.oid ,* ticket to ! w ith pins in th e last two bouts \T h e G a m e \ here T’n o .ty nr. ji-t ><>u c a n - l u r e d a b m l crashing the_I a? 'tee evening, g a te o r cra.wlit.ig tnnm e n - a o-.iier i• •<>in w imit w It >'ai'ie lucky i, S.-D-r i t t - f.(i cro s s & Shield 48. Standings.: Independents S. rvl'ce C e n ters '<6.. Utie.a 3 4 '2. Daileys. 45, R a id e r s 42 . \v< M o t ’s Shop 33. Owens 27*8 dn-d 'dO1^, Toros 36 tg, Rangers 3 itose c .i y if.. M iU e ri 30 an d Sporr.s 16 Cebula pinned Steve Craig, in 1 enough to own line <>! the' olu-litred (lit. a ts lie prepared- for th e so u n d ' Waves rollut\ :e :?r ;>:• floor fr.e.ir' i.e- t-■(.. a.]1r.\ , -> im ’ p. ■ ms \4:26'm th e 180-pound class and De K ruger pinned Jim Fennell, in 5 53 in the heavyw e ight class. The Ne.vank wrtsVleis will next see action oil Ja il 3-1 wlieil: tiny take on M a rion a t N ewark. Bill E lliotto had th e fastest I. And d o n ’t forget tlie sound m ade t»> Hie o l|it tals’ u lnstles, th e buzzer a t t h e scorer’s table or air horns in th e haiUls of rabid f-ans. y ^ , n y e r e 's nothing to .. inquire yvibh a New irk-Lyon.s game u n less, . , you’re lrom W liL-iii.o -.r S.-i-u-i a- Fails, d o . , u or Di-Sul’es, M ariuii , p m of tlig nig h t for W aterloo, : or Sodus, C litton Springs or Phelps oh. t he list goes on end - 1 w inning .in 2.59. M ike S ta c k lisJ i F red P e a rce, Tom P e a rce, P a u l | P e r r a tto a n d T im LaBelle had I for W aterloo,, w h ich now I NEW ARK h INlVlEN Freeslylers on the Newark Central School swimming team are (fro m l e f t ) ' ’J im Weifej;. Hr.id Bob Rainier and Doug Warner.. lessly T h e people talk-only about the r.ihre. t-i kets -and t h e w e a tll- er w h e n th e trad itio n a l rivals prepare 11 m e e t -on the court. '.pins • -¥m r basketball rivalry and the pile between Newark, and Lyons has] fong-been - noted-for■=ts. i genuine- spnf (--nwttvshiir and skv—Ivigh ex- * citement. Th.qre was’ e n o u g h excitem e n t in last • g e a r's m e e tings to fill th e Astrodom e. R e m e m b er, fans, tlier.e- were three ball gam e s last year, N e w a rk w o n the ff^sro^e,, .57 to 47. a t Lyons, but th e losers •bounced- back to square it all at Newark, 68 to 67. T h a t was th e one in w h ich G e rry Luke stepped up to tlie free throw line a f te r th e gam e h a d ended.. He eboly sw ished the shot tp force th e play ­ off in the spaciuus Pen-freld gym whe're t h e ’Reds finally ended Lyons’ long reign on th e \AA\ ch a m p ionship w ith a 51-46 deci­ sion. Lyons team s h a d won 12’ s tr a ight?gam e s over-N e w a rk in; six years u n til the ’67 Reds -rut it off at \ tnat point? ' ... The su a m m a r y r ■ & W aterloo 46, Newark 10 '95-; Dave VanNpstranct rW' W h a t about to m o r r o w night's game’? won by forfeit., 103;-“ M ike-Staefcus- ( W -t-pinned b o n B a con, 3:59. 112—C h ris Y o u n g s <W) deci- siongej. D ave Celso, 15-5, . 120—-Fred Pearce (W) pinned' Tom Celso, 4:45. 127—Tom Pearce (W pinned G e rry G rass, 3:36. • ’ 133—Bili E liotto (W) pinned Joe Liddick, 2:59. 136- Jo h n K e n n y fWi deci- sioned Phi’l Vandenbout,,. 4-0. 145—Jef.f Brow n ell (WU‘ won , b a n M cNulty got s t a r t e d too-late in his last .gam e else he, would h a v e broken all records a t th e S a n Bowl Lanes, J He d id n ’t lose a n y -tyne gettin g sta r te d in h is 255 a n d 267 ] o p e n e r s a s h e ’ w e n t on to sm a s h a 755 s e ries to lead th e R u f f a lo ' W ith G reg Cooper scoring 34 — ---------- - — --------- : ------------ T r u c k e r s of N e w a rk to a 3-i points an d K e n M agee adding 1.7 ' . - win over the N e w a rk B ilo ttas in . tjje 7 gers had m o re th a n enough the T a r n s w o r th - P h e lp s C e m e n t -{ 75 to, . C lassic L e a g u e , 1 ^ THfRE’S LOTS 0 : r* * ROO M INSIDE V LONG LIFE' EL E AN SPAN RUGGED c l e a n a t t r a c t i v e - CHOOSE FROM SEVERA L ATLANTIC COLORS FAST-DELIVERY C a l l u s t o d a y f o r ' d e p e n d a b l e 1 ttio n ’ ’ ATE. AN 11G 7 ----- STEEL BUILDINGS ’ -A v d N rrar ROCHE- KIMBERLY CONSTRUCTIONi INC. G e n e r a l C o n tr a c to rs P.Or-&OX -55 ' PH. 315-597-4191 PALMYRA, N, Y.fj T h a 755 w a s a ne'w re c o r d in I 47, in a Junior L e a g u e fray -i-he-iefi-pv.e-hi%(—lot-t—ataa.nt_o.f_-t.he • the ComruuiUt.' C e n ter gym . ! b y forfeit. — '. • . - i w j - P a u l P p r r a t t n r W l .p i n n e d , \'T r r - T T .u i g ! i \ge !'L til. Ue’.tf lo'.ult'pr W e’ve-littd liJ’ Wli n ^ P o r t 4 ’55 ' \ .tlSUhJe analyvinti-thc hoop feuclists.im fhe.pa-st,_ but -LW>«»tn»ed4'- tune poses a differcni story COarh F r a n k L - t s e o 's L io n s h a v e ”been bave Derby, 3i34. hall record of 761 ow n e d by Lee ' Bob WoTfe tallied 23 ahd Jim S c h a e fer in the M a n c h e s ter Cornelia 14 for th e losers. Ken T.eiig'ue ' T ire 19-yeai-.ikl-G o n evn - G r a f chipped .iu_.12 fur- tile, win-,', _keg]er, w h o w o rks p a r t- tim e at ners who led. all th‘e way w.tth ■n •■§THisiffr'SSw ■ Wv&h&fe; -tSfKTtedii'Cbt^ie.r - . tms LiekL. gbaL j u p - a n d -dow n all season. Huw else would you describe a club th a t 180—Je f f Cebula (N) pinned h a s yet to win tw o gam e s in a row? The Lions w in and lose . . .-^Steve Craig, 4.26, w in an d lose . . . win and lose. The Reds sta r te d out- w ith a Hwt.—G a ry D e K ruger (Nt 4-tuner before h i tt i n g th e skids a t G e n e v a a n d M y n d e rse Acad-, .’pinned Jim Fennell, 5:53. em y . T h e y hope th e Lions can*-follow .th e sam e -pattern, F riday i ._ . • night. Lyrfhs outlasted w m less Cananciaiytia Academ y in a shoot ’em -up affafi’ a n d if ever the Lisco-coached club neecled b a c k - to - back wins i t 's now. • - 1 ~ ■’■Coach’ G a r y TVTilleFs bnsketecTs get our nod in the first one 1 for the. “foolish\ reason th a t they’re-playing' on th e i r hom e court, j D a ily Events fleck. N e w a rk lost a t hom e last year, We like fo spot th e hom e club anyw h e re seven points w h e n all th in g s are considered equal +* with a 5-tim e r in his 255 a n d led off with four p e r f e c t p o c k e t -hits and Closed w ith a '6 - t l m e r in his ! „ „ 267 line. ’ , T h e P e p s i fiv e - s w e p t a ll four M cN u lty, rolling in- th e - N o , 1 'p o i n t s from the C a rlings in th e Sp 0 t, \d i d n ’t do a n y th in g ’' in his • M a jo r L e a g u e o n - - a 561 p f f o r t - ^ g thifd gam e until the last- j-by P a u l P a lerm o . nve fram e s w h e n hS w h ipped in I A 556 by Johm M u rphy, a 552 p e rfect hits. , by Jo h n Bailey* a 222-542 by Jo e “ One m o re strik e in th o s e - e a r - | D e A n g e lls an d a 209-548 by ly. fram e s and he would have I F r a n k .N ittolo paced the P e t e ’s tow n a ll th e sh e e ts off the 1 five to a 4-0 win o v e r th e Bilot- w a l l / 1 com m e n ted C a p t. Ken : t a s w h o se E d B rockhuizen w a s Fiiippello. \D a n ow n s a devas- . , . —. ,, . . .. . ... , T h u r s d a y —S ixerettes w ill hold high w ith 550. tatinfi ball He’s d e f initely a and In the long run we ve found tills form u la prett-v accu r a te. j „ . . i z-ao • n-m • ' - i.n m t B u t i n m c i y .* - . . . . . . . - —. • - -, - basketball a I *11. 3-30 p . m . ,, R a lp h D.eJbhn’s 553 an d Roc- com e r in the sport u n less his tw 0 f k y P a l e r m o ’s 540 sp u r te d the 755 is proof th a t he h a s finally riods an d 3 5 . 31. gom g into the B e r n s to a sw e e p over th e De- a r iiv e d . ^ 'fo u r t h q u a r te r . L a a a n a ' hit for five baskets and H e ise four in N e w a rk and Lyons m u s t be r a ted o i r w c n term s. T h e ir records are ; Men's- B a s k e tb a ll L e a g u e , only a gam e ap a r t. T h e two clubs would be sp o r tin g 4-3 listings gam e s startin g a t 7 p.m if a certain club we know had n ’t blown a lead from here to W a ter- lo o one evening in th e Newark gym. and six sTrapfM from the free : throw lin e in the second period and fM d e r* -mid one from the line in tlie th ir d period. He had converted hrs itrs t eight . froni the foul line before m rss- . ing in 't h e 'f i n a l period. ' | In the other- gam e the T r i ­ um p h s regi-ste-recl a 60 to 41 \win ’ e v e r the L'eHics <n a 27-pr-int 'so r t i e by E rnie Hidsp and si 19-. pointer by F’rank L a g a n a . Dail G r a f an d Tom C h a p p e ll each had 1-0 points for the C e ltics. I The T r ium p h s led. b y 12-6 and 24-18._m argms m, the early -pe-- * TYPISTS • KEY PUNCH OPERATORS Xerox can offer you a kef ter fob now. Tire gam e is a tossup and it w o u ldn’t surprise this^ o b server F r i d a y —M idgerettes will hold ^ r qos T h e S e rvice C e n ters won M cN u lty c a r r i e d a 180 aver- basketball w o rkputA .3:30 p j n {oue. ^ 0 ^ the. M o rrison R a d i o . 'a g e going into th e - m a t c h . : the l a s t o u a r te r Boys Rifle Club m e e ts a t 3 . 3 0 , a(j n in the 0tiier m a tch th e Old John Bolan s t a r t e d o u t with, a , , ' , , , , p.m .; danoe c la s s e s , 7 p .m ., w o r l d in n five topped th e M«- p a i r of 214 g a m e s in h is 605 se- ' . , if th e ath letic directors at th e tw o schools w o u ldn t be h u d d ling j boys and girls from 8 th r o u g h ! c leJlan s 3 to i. ; rj e s for the B ilottas w ith . KeU\ A l i c e lddin g s « R e c o r d s again a f t e r M a rch 8 to select a site lor a playoff. Lyons an d New- j 12 y e a r s of age are w e lcom e . 1 s t a n t iings: P e p s i 55,. S e rvice i F iiippello adding a 224-560. The . V. V ”.«• t : ark are scheduled to m e e t-m Lyons on M arch 8. i | S a tu r d a y —P e e Wee b a s k e t b a l l , ( c e n t e r s 52 P e t e s 51, B ilottas 49,! w inners posted a 2,972 a g g r e - , oClU in rQ irville, i-OOp e ^ ; *- ^ . ftK . . . . . . - S ' , ^ . 19 a m -; M idget B a s k e tball L e a - , B e r n s 47>’ M O rason R a d io -3 3 , 1 g a te on 985, 1,029 and 9581 . “ * - • . Schojastic basketball! I t s w o n d e rful. Only th e W o n d e rful | gUe, 10 a .m * tw o g a m e s ; M i d - (01d W o rld Inn 32a 'M c c i e lIans 27','* g a m e s . Cozzie P a lerm o tossed a A 200-300 se r ies bv Alice Id- S e c tionals c a n ton these contests t.n.volving .arch. rivals. , . : g e r e t t e s ” play. N e w a r k L a s g ie s ,; D e R o o s 1S anc, C-arlifts.s'16 . . .220-607, Bob R a n k e r t a 598 and : d ings ]od the F ir e b a lls to a 3-1 1:30 p.m .; c r a f t class, 3 p .m . I ; L ew W atson, J r . a 237-585 for * win over tlie Sirens in the F a ir - Sunelay—Ice sk a tin g , 2 to 4 j , ith e Bilotta en tr y . : ville Couples League, p .m ., w e a th e r 'p e r m i t ti n g . j VOlleyDCtll LectgUG LISTS I Difficult Season for T lie S tato C o n servation D e p a rtm e n t h a s com e up w ith a n interesting a r ticle on the hardships which our w ildlife,face in th e W inter. We present i t for your reading interest. at M o n d ay—Ju n io r e ttes p r a c t ic e | r M a tc h e s M o n d a y 3:30 p .m .; M e n ’s V o lley b a ll1' o u r M uTCnes M o n d a y i The Old W orld M ofel five s p l i t , in o t h e r m a tc h e s the H y d rants : four points with V a t 69 on a 225- . s h u t out the Axes, tl.e Ladder-', 577 by Jo h n S c h e rbyn and a 573 ‘ b lanked \the H o s e s , the P u m p e r s L e a g u e ;' four m a tc h e s starting,} ' T h e M e n ’s V o lleyball L e a g u e , by F r a n k Scott w h ile A rm e n d lost four to the Nozzles' a n d 'th e W inter Is t h e d ifficult season for our wildlife. Snow an d ice cover m u c h of th e food th a t would otherw ise be av a ilab le.. T h e a t 6:30 p.m T u e s d a y - - T r a m p o lin e class for girls, 3:30 p .m .; “Ju n io r Boys B a s k e tball L e a g u e , tw o gam e s ; 7 p.m . Wednesday— Centerettes bas- yvill schedule four m a tch e s M on- clem e n t had a 581 and Don P r e - 1 D rivers touk all four points fn m d a y flight startin g a t 6:30 p m . , s u t t i a 572 for the la t t e r e n t r y . } th e T a n k e r s ' inr- th e C e n ter gy-m. ...... - - r T h e S trickland-P o iitiacs s w e p t ; 'W ind a n d th e cold increase th e requirem e n t for p r o t e c t i v e sh e ,te r 1 f o ^ L e a g ^ ^ t m s k e t b a U .\ ? p.m . Ju n ­ io r w a r m th and good food fo r energy. Irarder, -• — — ------ — -------- Deep snow m a k e s tr a v e l 1 one g a m e ; M e n 's B a s k e tball T 8 - 3 0 p m . - E a c h form o f w ildlife has i t s -own way of m e e ting these h a r d ­ ships. 'Som e move to special types of cover; som e have special a d a p tatio n s , like th e snovshoes of th e varying h a r e an d grouse; som e sto r e food n e a r th e ir bedroom , like tlie sq u i r r e l,o r , heaver. T h e more** m o b ile species fly s o u tirf.vhere conditions are less h a r s h . T h e “seven sleepers,” how ever, take th e easy way o u t r T h e y ] eurl u p an d sleep th e in ter out. T h is elite group is m a d e up o f j a n odd aksortm o n t—bats, bears, chipm u n k s , coons, jum p ing' m ice, ( skunks, and w o o d chucks. T h e ir ability to sleep aw a y th e w inter varies considerably top. ’ „ T h e H u m m ing B irds will face th e B lue B irds In the first gam e , tire R o a d R u n n e r s will sq u a r e off ag a in s t the L a r k s in the see- ind contest, the T rium p h s will play the Jay B irds in the th ir d -mfrteb— and-.-frtWieHnp-™wit—-Lbe- nig’h t ’s n e t action will be th e F a leo n s - P a lm y r a E a g les fray. • Midgof Loague All-Stars. Succumb to 'Graduated T h e ju m pin g . ninii.fr. woodchuck, and som e of th e b a ts a r e . _ tru e iu b e m a to r s , while th e nt.lwr four a r e j u s t heavy sleepers. Som e} The Lyons M e rchants rem a in- ■bats m ig r a te instead of .hibernate, while som e ap p e a r to m a k e j e d u n d e f e a ted - in the In d u s tr ial sh o r t m igrations to good, caves for hibernating. i , L e a g u e by breezing to a 78 to 50 ' - t w in over A r c a d ia Gil t o t h e Coto- T h e tru e h ib e r n a to r s have a m a rked red u c tio n in th e i r body m u n ity C e n ter gym . tem p e ratu r e , rate, of beathing. an d h e a r t r a te , w h ile th e r e is re la ­ tively little change from norm a l in th e case o f t h e deep sleepers. T h e w o o d c h u ck has a norm a l tem p e ratu r e Of 96 degrees, b u t w h ile h ib e r n a tin g it will drop .to about 42 degrees. It norm a lly B reathes a t a ra t e of about 26g tim e s an hour, b u t only 14 tim e s a n h o u r while hibernating. The bats an d ju m p in g m ice have sim ilar changes. T h e h i b e r n a ti n g anim a ls are no t in ju s t a deep sleep—th e y a r e unconscious. T h e y c a n n o t reg a in consciousness quickly, b u t m u s t \ t h a w out”.. T h e deep sleepers, on th e o t h e r hand, can be . a roused quite readily. W h en so disturbed, th e y are u n d e r s tan d a b ly o f ten r a t h e r irritable. T h e _wdodchuck dens tip well baiorc th e fro s t level, s o 4 h is 46-degree body tem p e rature is ju s t a b o u t th a t o f th e ground aro u n d him . B a ts h ib e r n a tin g in \ c aves also have body tem p e r a ­ tu r e s a b o u t the sam e as the surro u n d in g air, an d those in “w a r m ” caveS w ith a terrtp e tatu r e ’of abau!t degiees c a n 'b e arousqp; iriore quickly t h a n those in caves of 40 degrees. F r a n k Lisco \bbm b ed th e nets for 3.4 points o n 16 field goals an d tw o fre e throw s to p a c e the county se a te r s w ith M ilt VonHa- gen listin g 19 and Tom P u llen 11. Leo F itzg e r a ld led the losers w ith 15 points follow e d ' b.y Bill R y a n w ith 11- M u tual B e n e fit Life belted G e n e r a l D y n a m ics, 78 to 41, oh •a 24-point effort by B o n Y o u n g , 12 -by Steve T h o m p s o n an d 10 by H e n ry B u tton. B ill Shover threw in 19 for tlie losers. S tu a r ts topped Z a p p ia’s .Res- ta u r a n t, 52 to 45, ih the other gam e . Jim N icoletta sparked th e w inners w i t h -18: points fol lowed by Jim C ipriano w ith 13. G e o rge N a e y e r t had 14 an d D u ­ ane Lynn l l ’f o r the losers. • N a tu r e b u ilt in a safety m e c h a n is m w h ich a c t s to>'arouse a- h i b e r n a t o r ttif its body tem p e rature drops down a lm o s t to th e freezin g tem p e r a tu r e , f o r body tem p e ratu r e of 32 degrees would be fatah Stan Rice Slams 242 Game in 564 Series \Except for th e chipm u n k , all the \seven sleepers\ are noted “fo r t h e layer of lard th e y p u t on before retirin g . T h is is th e fuel W hich carries th e m thro u g h ' t h e w inter. A chuck m a y den up .a t e ig h t p b u n d s a n d em e rge in th e spring a m ere w p isp of him s e lf at fo u r pounds, ■ T h e chipmunk simply stores food to carry him through the Winter.. When the-hunger pangs arouse him , he rolls ovfcr in bed and reaches o u t from under the covers for a tasty acom. _ T h e skunk, qobn, pr.]beaf:..maY venture forih^d.uring an y , w a rm s p e u F l n la t e F e b r u a r y , th e tra c k s 'of th e m a le skunks arSVvery com m o n a s they_shuffle around-ah th e ' show looking for t h e i r lad y friends. Stan R ice socked a 242 m id die gam e in his 564 se r ies to lead th e P i l la r s to a 7-2 nod over the co m p a s s e s in, th e M a ­ sonic L e a g u e .. In other m a tches the G a u g e s lost seven points t o the L e v e ls , the T row e ls took seven from the P l u m b s ‘ o n a 210-531 by H e n ry V a n D e n b o g a rt, the. S q u a r e s sh u t out the C o lum n s ,, the G a v e ls w o n ' seven frc/m . t h e T r e s tles and th e W a rdens topped th e An­ gles, 7; to 2- T o p fo u r : C o lum n s 98i/2, C o m p a s s e s 98, S q u a r e s 98 and P i l l a r s 9 7 ^ , .J i m W itt scqred U points to lead the M idget L e a g u e Almuni to a 29 to 27 over th e M idget L e a g u e A ll-Stars to the C o m m u ­ n ity C e n ter gym . M ike T a n e a th r e w in 14 points fo r th e ; A ll-Stars. HOOP WORKOTT M id g e r e ttes will schedule a b a s k e tb a ll w o rkout F r id a y a t 3:30 p .m . in th e C o m m u n ity C e n ter gym . f o il r points fro n r B e v e rage T r a n s p o r t on a 223-61© b y Dick j 48, B e v e rage Tramrpo-rt 38, Feod- P e r s o n a le, a 236-601 by Joe C u n -M iners 37, Citgo 2.?. - R tiffalo ningham . a 215-581 by L e e S c h a e , T rucking 26, ZappuFs R e s tau - t fe r and 568 to tals by M ike P e r- ’ r a n t 19 and Old W orld M otel 18. 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