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/ Play Corning in 3-Game Set C h a t t e r . . . f i r ’wsL’ The Newark Cq-Filpts will engage the Corning Royals in I a 3 game, home stand over the weekend and the Auburn . Twins in a doubleheader on Tuesday night in Colburn Park: _ X,ie Friday, S a turday an d 1Sunday ‘ gam es are scheduled for 7:30 pan., and- .he- twin bill a t 6 :3 j p.m. - ■ : ' ” Maiutgt. r Sibby Sisti’s Co-Pilots have p ayed before a paid a t - , tendance o f 3,513 nj th e ir four Je a n League in 1939. is now beating th e bushes as a talen t scout nights in th e E a s t N e w a rk park . for th e N c rthw e s t club. One of S a l's spot assignm e n ts is to look them over ip the E a s tern L-.uguc now th a t the-diam o n d rush is on by th e - n e w expansion clubs fc r prospects to st: :k t h e i r d u b s in 1889. “ a . ‘ 'The, Barber to R e -fon Co-Pilots ’ SAL MAGLIE, pitching coach for the Newark C o -Pilots and heir ap p a r e n t to th e .sam e j ' b. w ith the Seattle Pilots, in the Amer- ft SEATTLE., Srin Diego and K a n s a s -City lost no tim e sending their scouts in to th e h in terlan d s w ith those little b laik lcesc-ie.u ou O ks ■which are th e i r trad e m a r k in th is highly com p e titive business: M o n treal, the fourth; e x p a n s ion d u b , m a y call on the Royal C a n a ­ dian M o u n ted Police to bring in th e ir players. T h e C a n a d ian s - a r e i p laying w inning baseball. The w ith th e figure expected to -in- i lease sharply a f ter the C o rning or.ies -- p r o d d i n g t ha. w e a ther - m a n r-, - p e r a tes.' \The fan s have been junt wonderful to. us even though we d m p p e r i 'f u t r oiit rt live .Mn’.e-. com m e n ted the Newark skipper \T h e response has been am a z ­ ing We really haven't been still a question m a rk in 1969 and to o u r knowledge have yet to assign a scout in to th e field!. They, m a y .still be depending o n .th e M o n n ties for all w e Jtnow. O r they m a y have friends iri baseball. T H E Pilots, how e v er, are -depending on Sal, “The B a r b e r ’V to m a k e s u r e th e expansion club gets full coverage I n - the AA E a s tern League. ‘ ” ■ ' WE d o n ’t know w h a t “T h e Barber\_w ill have tb say w h e n he rejoins h is beloved C o -Pilots, and he does keep a fath e r ly eye. kipper Sibby Sisti, o n ’S e a ttle's vaiuable“assets in, New-, a r k r - p r e s e n t ly th e only club in th e entire Seattle- organization. H e’ll firs t w o n d e r w h a t M a n a g e r Sisti d id t o ’accum u late all those dbubleheaders. It w a s n 't w h a t the skipper did; Sal, it wgs. w h a t th e ra in s did to us! W h e n Sal com es hack' h o m e on T u e s d a y he'll ’ jo in S isti in th e first of four tw in hills confronting th e Co-Pilots - in, s ix consecutive days. ~ \ ip: -- i f ' Sal t h o u g h t he h a d his han d s firil as p itch in g coach forltH F JEted_Sox .last. y ear, h e ’l l - t h i n k d if f e r e n tly a f t e r t h o s e four double- headers. He wag Just gettin g .to know t h e young farm hands (es­ pecially th e pitchers) w h e n he was ordered b y th e hom e office to look ’em over i n the. E a s te r n League. - WE know S a l’s first love is. working w ith the young p itchers -4 n d th e - r e s to f - S istd s roster. - \ - “YOU w o rk w ith these boys,” he said before em b a rking ori the ta l e n t search, “and th e n w a tch them grow up. You w a tch th e ir progress from y e a r to year. I ’d get a bigger th r ill seeing a boy d e ­ velop t h a n if I threw a n o - h i tt e r .” boys are trying an d hustling’ a n d once th e y g e t -over th e ir jittery play they should, s e ttle down to a w inning b r a n d ’o f baseball,” . M a n a g e r S isti said th e sup p o r t -given Iris club in the-shor-t h o m e- stan d h a s given his boys a big boost: ~ ' Several W illiam sport players com m e n ted to Sisti .af­ ter Sunday n i g h t's split o n th e enthusiasm show n by th e loyal fans. ' “W h a t terrific fan s you have h e r e ,”, o n e -of th e m told Sisti. “They m u s t be g r e a t t o tu r n out the way th e y are and on. top of your losing four ou t of gam e s.” . -* --\•Sijrtr'safcT t h e \ eftiB’s h-ittin; has been spotty, an d weak m FUTURE PILOTS —— T hree members of Nelson Straley, Joe Mills and Dave Tall- the Newark Co-Pilots are (from, left) - man. Open Home SQHEPE021E 4$1A$0H BftSlBftlL IS A lilii p EOTftttt? ■ « N O S H O O T I N G ® N O S M U T . q N O V I O L E N C E © N O . SEX ® N O T O R T U R E .. • N O S T E A L I N G ( E x c e p t B a s e .s) BASEBALL |S JUST 1 GLEAN, WHOLE­ SOME mt FOR THE WHOLE FAM­ ILY, . _ • HAVE FUN _ • FOLLOW THE NEWARK CO-PILOTS Tire G e n e v a Senators m a rre-l fiv e : N e w a rk's firs t th r e e hortie I g a m e s pf th e season -in th e Icia s s A New Y o rk-Pennsylvariia c a n ’t seem -to get the the -3-game s e t before a, com- big h i t w h e n we need it.” he b i n e d 't o t a l of 2,546 fans* a t Col ’'T h e lossc of heavy--hitting kum - P a l k ’ F r a n k K im b all, w h o is recover- M a n a g e r Sibby S istfs C o -Pi - ing fro m being stru c k in th e ’!ots ffwally got the u h o m e sea- heac{- w ith ‘ a -pitched ’ h a lf , le f t ! son of* the w e t ground before a void in th e N e w a rk lineup 1 1-299 payees o n July 2 only to th a t has as y e t to be filled! jbow, 2 to 0, o n a 2-ra n h o m e r K im b a ll is expected to re tu r n i by D e x ter B a k e r i r th e fifth in ­ to action n e x t week ,hing. B a k e r also had tw o sin - T h e club suffered an o th e r ! SIes W tl‘‘e °pcJ|®r w tlic J C J I R1 w -- ... „ . ,, ... . t Mow in S u n d a y 's gam e at C o r-y8aw F r a n k K im b afl throw - o u , SAL, 51, h a s a sw a rthy appearance. He talks softly but c a n : lng. w h e n chncK M a lltz f j r s t , th r e e ru n n e r s atte m p tin g to g e t rough w h e n necessary. D u ring the 9-day training, c a m p ' h e re j b a s e m a n -outfilder. w as ‘stru c k ’ste a l ' -tsecond. base Tom Kelly,p h e team e d w ith Sisti in providing a big league atm o sphere on the above the ankle by a b a tte d '- b a ll: D - y e a r - o ld centerfielder,- h a d N e w a rk senior h igh school baseball layout an d We know he.once d u r in g battin g practice. I t '• tw 6 .of N e w a rk’s live h its off tho forced M a n a g e r Sisti- to alter ; G e n e v a pitchers. w a s com p elled to take a p itch e r aside a n d explain tiie facts of life to him . TH E p itchers respect Sal. O n e told us th a t the only reason he signed w ith S e a ttle w a s because Maglie was the pitching coach. H e h a s \winning habits as evidenced from the dram a tic rise of the B o s ton Red Sox from also-cans t o p e n n a n t w inners last y e a r u n til h e w a s uncerem o n iously dropped by th e un g r a tefu l Sox a t th e conclusion of t h e 1967 W o rld Series. He h a d received m a n y w o rds o f praise from .'all corners for t h e developm e n t of ace hu r ler Jim ..Lonborg. — . his lineup. C larence V a u g h n s i T h e hom e opener a t t r a c t e d a was m oved to first' an d Steve 1 p a id atten d a n c e of 1,299. W illiam s to th ir d . ... ! M a n a g er.’ S isti said th a t w ith | A 2-riin hom e r by Jerry M e r- th e exception of one gam e His let and a single by Bob G e n u s s a club* has been in contention all jled th e Senators to a 3-2 w in the way. The C o -Pilots blew H o n July 3 before a crowd of 569, leads in dropping tw o gam e s a t ] M e rlet h i t h is hom e r o f f Len' C o rnnig On S u n d a y and M o n - I z a n d y in th e first ihning w ith day. ] G e n u sa sijigling iro im r th e w in- Joe Mills, a southpaw , \ w a s | n i r g ru n off L a rry P ick e tt jn SAL holds n o b itterness tow a rd B o ston M a n a g e r Dick W illiam s 1 d r ° P P e(l ° b t of S isti's sta r ti i g r tb e nn ith . i , a t least He inferred as m u c h in our c h a W H? Blam ed it an b n ^ m r n n and repiaced w ith L a r- T h e C o -Pilots scored a ru n m 1 ry B right. Nelson Gibson,, w h o . the six th on u leadoff base on a m e m b e r of t h e Red Sox who “stabbed m e i n the back”. He con­ vinced W illiam s th a t he should get rid o f tw o pitchers v. h o h a d sore arm s , and thisa m ove eventually put the Sox on th e ru n for • t h e p e n n a n t .- h u r led th e sh u to u t over WH- ' balls to Chuck \J “ SORE-ARMED pitchers ara no good bo you,\ he said. H E recalled one day in th e m ajors, w h e r e he established a n im p ressive 119-62xareer record, w h en he was studying a- TV script In th e bullpen. H e was sum m o n e d to pitch to K e n Boyer. Sal threw th r e e stra ig h t curve balls. All strikes. ‘T w a s neVer afraid tox throw those, c u rve balls,\ .. .o n c e th r e w -1-5 i n -a-r-owj: ----------- -------------- — -------------- ! w rist by & pitched ball, both scam p e ring hom e on Bob M a - tulichss single to rig h t field, M a n a g e r Dick B'ogard,- filling in fo r .G e o rge, “W h itey\ K u row , ski as W illiam sport skipper, saw his c lu b 'g o ,a h e a d 3 t o 2, in th e th ir d w h e n L e s ter Roos sm a s h ­ ed a drive over bxie 320-m a rk in feft ■ f ield __with_ G r a n t tsinglei and Miguel H e r n a n d e z (base on h a lls) scoring ahead of . h im. C jrant held th e C o -Pilots h i t - less fo r the n e x t fo u r innings but ra n in to trouble in th e sixth w h e n a n in-field erro r an d a single iby Steve -W illiam s g o t him into his th ir d ja m of th e gam e. Mike Pierce, a southpaw replaced G r a n t and yielded a run-scoring single to pinch- h i tt e r 'Lee L a rson. Tom W h eeler hit into a double play- to get Pierce o u t of the inning.. T h e Astros ganged up on Ron Lea, w h o relieved D ave T a llm a n in. the seventh, for fo u r r u n s on a base on balls, a b u n t single by Oscar Brown, a 2 - r u n single by C a rm ine M arceno, back - to - b a c k doubles by Bud C u n n inghajn an d D ick Dickinson a n d a 2 - r u n single- by Joe S tap les- Pierce I jje k e d u p his fourth vict’ory. ali I in relief. ' , ! N e lsor Gibson flipped a n i f t y ' 4-hitt-cr—And- -Bill- G a r d n e r — C h u c k M alitz .'■fammed hom e | Newarl(,N.Y. Courier-Gazette Thursday, July 11, 1968 T(Kl[ S H O P 6 - 6 109 S. MAIN ST. PHONE 331-3053 NEW A R K , N. Y. A l b e r t c o l a c i n o l o u i s e d u c e ■t: liam sport, wUj face the sa m e ! b y Tom W h e e ler an d a run-1 ^ t “ ~ 1„ , _ i.. ! o* cintrlo hu Plnrpnr., runs 1 0 OISU men IO said Sal. \ I ' A stros in. W illiam spbr't to n ig h , .J vi th I,en Z a n riv o r R rioht ppi - -- ting the sta r ti n g assignm e n t a g a in s t C o rning h e r e F riday night. Robert, K im p land, club presi­ dent, said th e F r iday h in h t gam e will be “S a v a n n a h M e n ’s Club Night,, in C o lburn Park. H e - is arran g in g - “ n ig h ts” for o tb ’ta organizations an d indus- ; p roducing single by C larence V a u g h n s. T h e y got th e other on th e i r shutout in th e nightcap. G ibson struck out th r e e and j b a tters— a ll leach! w a lked Tour o f f h i tt e r s —but w as in control , TH E “B a rber\ from N iagara Falls likes to tell how he was given th e colorful nicknam e w h ich -was p a r tl y derived from th e controversial -pitching style of throw ing eJose,to the h itters. Sal h a d ju s t come back from a stin t in t h e M e x ican •'Loagus- w h e n Someone spotted' him in a hotel an d said h e . looked }ike th e ‘jbafber in th e . f i f t h c h a ir . , . ... ' .' 1° ■ . 1. . f' $ m m M c N u l t y , p in n e d t h e nam e on baseball w riter f o r th.e New Y o rk Daily News,- t0 tho pai'ers in the Le- n S a h a n d it h a s ’h e f e h ^ S',tf a d m * k M a n a ^ r °SfeU wm be con- fi'.rfit'edywith four doubleheaders T H E lure o f the peso p r o m p t e d t o depart^^faV.ttie-.%xie‘an. L e a g u e a t the conclusion o f ’t h e - .1845 geaispp w i t tf the* New'.YPt^ “I w as shipped t o Mexico,’1 lau g h e d .Sal! tries ,iij W ayne County. The C o -Pilots will be the guests' of th e A u g u st M a u e r Post, A m e rican Legion, a t a b u f f e t d in n e r a f te r S u n d a y s gam e w ith Corning, according to P o s t C o m m a n d e r R o b e rt ‘Stevens. Tlie b u f f e t will be r D ID S a l ev e r deliberately-,thrO w !at the-batter^, J ' T ' h e ’ll tell yom; aimed* i o r - \ h e , h i t t e r s I ’d m a few behind th e t e b t l r / ; ^ SAL w a s b e tt e r know n as;- a high, ^ h o o L b a s k e tb a jJ.p jay e r .ti^iu rp i t c h e r . . iV- .* , p . , t ■ —:— UBASKETB-ALL-was- rny-bcst—siJovS-JstTthe jtirtfet.'J\ Re! s a itfr^ I ; iised to sh o o t th e m w h ile fla t oil m y -back oh'•the ftpof. J I^opce scored <&• p o in ts i n a M u n icipal League game: I tprhed^doiim 4ver=-r '■aFbasketball scholarships.” ' • - , : v , . “SA L w a s still, a schoolboy tvhen he played sem i-pro feasebail :ixi' th e N ia g a r a F a lls area. Once t h e H lanagef p u t him in ..toipite.h, ____ ' r f - 1. ' “TH E Y h i t lin e drives o f f m e ,” r e c a n e ^ M a g lie, •' • * 0-. ’• A sco u t approached S a l a f t e r th e .gam e . . . - ' “A R E you going t o school?” h e asked th e .y o tm g p i tc h e r . ■/. ■ ■ “ YES,” .replied Sal. • ■■ r * . ^ i ■\ \ ,, “TH E N keep going,” r e p lied t h e scout w h o .Will long- rem e m b e r th e a d v ice given t o one o f baseball’s g r e a test pitchers'. * * M A GLIE broke in to hasehail in 1938 w ith' t h e Buffak/'Bdsons. Of th e In t e r n a ti o n a l League. He subsequently hurled- for Jam e s - ' tow n , E lm ira, a n d Jersey City, d u r in g th e n e x t seven.seasons b e ­ fore,being d r a t t e d by . th e Npw. Y o rk G rants tin 4045: l i p r e joined' th e g i a n t s ,in 1950 a n d a t th e age of 33 vvas to win a n o th e r 114 .m a jor league gam e s! H e prom p tly posted m a rks of 18-4, 23-8- a n d 18-8 d u r in g t h e n e x t th r e e seasons an d was a key figure i n t h e G iants; p e n n a n t y e a r s o f ’51 a n d ’’54. A lthough 9-5 in m id-season of ’55, M a g lie w as sold to .the C leveland Indians w h e re he tpiled for IWo cam p a ig n s before being p u r c h a s e d by t h e Brooklyn- D o d g e rs. • « w ^ , . , • -5- Co P ilots^ftU l - p lay . B a tav ia in V p a ir ph'J-uly'2_Q..‘ ' . Newark'. ai$^ A u b y fn a r e sche­ duled for a- “double dip” on Aug 4 1 U o u b le - n e a a e h s \ are „ Vyinnihg gam e s „ . .. . rfe u t e g p r r a t 6:30' pp,Ki.‘; .- s - - i-.- •; * ■ . -fi Y\\ • * ^ r” w as never sh a r p e r th a n In 1958 an d h i s 13-5 Jeffort s p a r k e d t h e D o d g e rs to t h e p e n n a n t’. He rose to t h e occasion in. th e fin a l.w e e k of th a t to r r id p e n n a n t race in a \m u s t ivin\ situ a tio n , a n d t h r e w a n o - h i tt e r ag a i n s t P h iladelphia. Sal w a s sold Jo th e Y a n k e e s follow ing th e 1957 (season, an d th e ’ n e x t season w o u n d u p h is active playing: c a r e e r yvith t h e St, Louis C a r d in a ls a t th e age o f 41. '' • HE! s c o u ted fo r t h e C a rdinals i n ’59, t h e n h a d his f i r s t t o u r of d u t y w ith t h e R e d Sox as coach i n the ’60-’62 period. O u t o f b a s e - ' b a l l for tw o y e a r s , M a g lie coached briefly a t B u ffalo before re ­ tu r n i n g to Bost-Hn a s p itc h in g co a c h in 1986 an d 1967* - sjx ”cbi#ecutive ddys as a re­ sult. b t -the.-' washed-out, g a n n s la s t w e ek. The. A u b u rn Twins a leadoff trip le b y Bill G a r d n e r an d a sacrifice fly by M alitz. * * * G e n e v a bounced th e . . nnH„ 10 to 1. bdfore 678 fans on I . G a r f \ e r ' sp o r *s^°P ° n °P u ° n fro m th e Boston Red Sox, h o m - Belhurst Castle R o u te 14, gen e v a , N. Y, Long fam o u s fo r ” its fiiie foods a n d congenial atm o s ­ p h e r e h ig h ori t h e -shores ~ot beau tifu l S e n e c a Lake; P r im e a r e o u r specialties. C a terin g to sm a ll p a r ties. W eddings. E>ancing o n Friday, S a t u r d a y a n p S u n d a y nlghte. Connelly's Cove L a k e B lu f f 'R d ., S a i n s B a y Are you fit t h e m o o d for fa­ bulous food? T h e n y c u U go fo r th e o u t s t a n d i n g , m e a ls T ry our specialty—D e im o n ic o . s teak .. C a tering to parties, all legal beverages. R e servations —c a l l N o rth R o se L T 7-9098. -t-fi lots, th e F o u r th of • J u ly w ith 3-run clouts by M arc M ichel and Jo h n W o ckenfuss se ttlin g th e issue in I e r e d to the 350-foot m a r k in i fig h t- c e n te r w h e re th e 'hall be-1 (cam e lodged betw een th e fence'1 th e ir seats u n til th e last putuot ■ _ . ,. i respectively. . , I a n d th e plyboa; d on th e fence. W h e e ler led o f f th e first w ith j a w a lk a n d scored on Kimbaif-s C e n ter L ists O a ily E v e h ts — ^ *— ■ r ~* • ’• ,\C Thu r s d riy--D ras5hopper '^ale^ .p.ap; jEttdge'ball.-.g.pfri,; - Cghrity /-girls S o ftball- W a iw o rte,. v s .. N e w a r k ; c e n ter- etj« s !o 6 S t P e r k b ls -Park d iam o n d .'; • •_* , ^ Fridsfy — Ju n i o r ' ,;-Cjlyin-pics. % : P=m.; Dodge B riE/3 ’.pm .rsRijlfcr' ■skatirig, yotoiger ■ch.ildrenJ-T'xra J o l i e t ^ d e r 'S a t u r d a y —fCeMer, clpse^a ■ Moriday. Gra’^slitfipp.e-rSi * >10 a-m,; F a n n baseball, lslS - p .iri 1 -Dodge ball, 2 p.nbs- W a y n e 'Coin 1 ■ty g ir ls so f tb a ll' lerigue.'-Sodr ; ;Tu<!srlAy “ \G fafelK ^ p 'e fs, J.lO: g-sWA Farm=baagbftH^<rf¥5^p.m.; A rchery, 3’>pmv; 'DodgCBril (p.m. riridxT-Tmn;'.'''; W ednesday\ — - i baseball 10 a.m .; Farm -,baseball,. U l ’5, -'C e n terettes softiball-prae- tice, 2:30 p.m.-; D o d g eball 7 p.m. SAL is glad to be back in baseball an d is g r a tefu l to th e Seattle club fo r giving him th e chanc’e to h e lp 'b u ild (Up th e P ilots from th e grass roots level. Arid we’re .glad t o have hint';arid’S k ipperB isti to Ne w arkt single. T h e gam e proved a cost­ ly one to th e C o -Pilots' w h e n Kim b all, the c,ub’s leading h i t ­ ters, w a s stru c k above th e left Car b y a p itch e d ball in th e last inning, K im b a ll w a s rem o v e d to the N e w a rk-W a y n e : C o m m u n ity H o s­ p ital in the Tow n of A rcadia ariibulance an d released the re x t m o rning. H e suffered a la ­ ceration, req u ir in g 15 stitches, an d a s lig h t\ concussion. He was lo s t t o th e club for two weeks. J e f f VolJ w e iler pitched a stro n g 4 - h itter.-H e struck out 12 , . „ a n d ’w a lked th r e e . T h e Co-Pilots (Um ng ..to-, commuted six errors. \ G ibsons’ y v e ll-ear T h e um p ire ruled it a hom e ru n over th e futile - a r g u m e n t of M a n a g e r Bogard , M a litz lined his fence-clearing sh o t over the 330-foot m a rk, in rig h t field w ith Bob M a tulich a n d K e lly ahead of him . T h e tw o ru n n e r s had reach e d base by v ir tu e of bases on balls. N e w a rk picked up 'a ru n in th e six th w h e n M a tulich stopped a n E n h h it t M oney .pitch in th e ribs a n d Scored on G ibson’s sir.eio K e lly also got h i t by a pitched ball irr thF T r m lng: ’ ' \ K e lly tu r n e d in a sparkling c a t c h ’ of. .p in e h h itter O s c a r Brow n ’s 'hit-iabled- drive in th e help preserve n e d shutout. Cinelli’s Country House Rest. Lake Rd! (R te. 18)* Sodus F o r th o s e w h o w a n t a new d in in g experience m a k e th e h a p p y ijlscovery of C inelli’s C o u n tr y House, a ro y a l w e l­ com e a w a its you a n d y o u r fam ily, w h e th e r it be fo r luncheon, dinners, b a n q u e t o r a n outdoor affa ir . Tues. to Fri. 12-2. 5-9. Cafl H T 3 - 9508. Co^Pif&ts H o m e Slate • A- F riday (July 12) . : C o rning a t N e w a rk . y . ^ S a t u r d a y . . \C o rning-nfe Newark j ; . :T . Saiidriy V .C o rniijgrat .New.arb - •. Tues® iy i A'uBurn at'-N e w a rk • ■' s i . - # B a feyia ^t; Sfew a rk' (twb gam e s f firkri;^t 6s30 p,m.) ? * ” *'■« • * * • ' ' 3 *• ■ With\J 966 f a n s ..ireriikiriint- iia fehir, -.seats j a n t l i th e , I a s i *4utoi\t S a turday night,. 'ihS C o -M o ts -manage^ ;to s ^ i r i \a .'gairj.’witli thp: - f r d u t-runrihig’ lY f f iam s p o f t’ Asjifos/ for- thdir^firfevi'C tor-y'ini’ .Cphufm P a rk. ' • * ■The- Abides jtocK- tlfe-dpgner^.7, -Corning 4, N e w a rk 3. “ I** Six N e w a rk errors- a n d a pass- - -ed--bftH led. -the- C o rning- Buyers; td a 4-3 win over th e C o -Pilots' S u n d a y in Corning. C o rning, w h ich snripped a six-gam e losing streak : a t .Neiv- a r k ’s expense, scored an un­ earned ru n in th e second, bift the\ C o -Pilots 'cam e back or two- iri third! Len Z a n d y ’s fly ball w a s dropped by Dave E tter singling th e 'N e w a rk p i tc h e r hom e, Singles by - K e lly an d ” Chico V a u g h n s > ‘ s'ent- E tt e r - hom e. C p rnihg combined, tw o ’ hits, tw o erro r s and a passed ball for th r e e ru n s in the fo u r th and th a t w a s i t . although N e w a r k ! rallied .for g, t u n in th e frfth . - T o m ’W h e e M . \vaiked, w e n t to th ird On' E tt e r ’s ’second single ’’o’r i , .a g a m e an d scored' on a fleldef’s cohice. R ich Long took charge a n d retired th e C o -Pilots Jn - o r d e r over th e final four in—. riirigs.jRriss' M eyer drove in tw o . 'ifBiis-arid h a d th r e e h i ts an d a Walk o r a perfect n i g h t a t he .to w rth 4 - r u r t gu^w r&t -in th h i tita t e , $or -A e a c h h a d -•“5 S I . I S p buf ^ * - 0pp.e.ff triejjtvri, h i t s for.jN b w a rk.'Z a n d y .a»- alloweijf 9i?- hits, tw o .unearned tu n i in- th e first J r i n i B t M v h e ^ - i - ® ^ ^ - - ’ - - .\-akuigvthe Kfes. ■Bill. G a rdner. , w a lked an d '• Tos Kelly w a s ‘ strg c k O b 't h e -le: W iibtir H o w a rd ’ m o p p ed rip ahd d id n ’t allow a h i t -in . t\vo in­ nings.- « T h e , C o -P ilots bl^w a 5-1 lead a t Col'hing on M o n d a y night, losing a h e a r tb r e a k e r , 7 .(to .5. T h e NeW ark d r i b ' w a s ou t- h it, fl t p & ll” { Prati’s Restaurant 112 S. M ain St.. N e w a rk N.Y. « C o m p letely rem o d e led for F a m ily atm o s p h e re. Special­ izing ln Italiian-A m e rican lu n c h e s an d dinners. H o ine- m a d e Pizza, Serving 11: A.M. to m id n ig h t. Y o u r Hosts, Jo h n 8s M a ry P r a tl. I ? Zappla’s Restaurant 224 N. Main St., Newark N.Y. ; • Ita l i a n Foods a sp e c ialty of th e house. Also A m e rican, m enui F ine facilities fo r banquets a n d p a r ties. O p e n , daily At i P.M . D in n e r s fro m 5:30-9:30 except M o n d a y . Y o u r H o s ts F r a n k arid P a t Zappia. DE 1-3608. * York Inn R D 2, 1 ini. E. of P h e lp s o n R te. 96 . S e r v in g lunches aiid dinners 6 days a week. C losed M o n —- ' days. The house sp e c ialty B roiled Steaks. M a k e re s e r ­ v a tio n s now fo r your p a r ties. m ake reservations AN EVENING FOOD FOR FINE RED HERE!

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