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I-AOE Q-NAUCATUCK VKW* (CONN.). THURSDAY. MAY 9. 1M6_ St Michael's Vs. Highlsuiders In League Opener, Sunday Frank Shea Announces Special Meeting Tomorrow 1 Night It has boon announced by Al Browoi', publicity director oC thu 'Sunday Amntcur louKun, that there will bo n opoclM meeting of tho lefcKue tomon-jw nvenln;;, at 7 o'clock, In tho offices of THE NEWS, T-Vciilclont Krnnk Shon h«i» re- t|U(istml that one mnmbcr of each tnurn h« firesunl, prefftr/vbly the munujfor.s. and nt Unit tlmo flnnl i-nturiiM will IIP mailo, arid final pltinH for Hunday'n oponlnjr will bn (llseuMM«<l. ProHldont Shea iil.io Bingo TONIGHT K O'CLOCK ST. MARY'S HALL rni.m i.'llr ,\i.iirli'i'4 nf Altur nutl ll.ily .-Mlllili .MIH-lrllrH B-l (lA.MKn ruhllii linlinil ALCAZAR TODAY CITYFoftCONQUEST requested that all league officials bo present. Tho oponor Sunday will find the Buacon Falls entry, St. Michael's Crumidoi-w opposing the Highland- era, at 1:30 p. m. Following them to bring up the hint half of the twin bill, will be Mlllvllle vs. the Rangers, St, Francis, the fifth team In the luritfuo, hns drawn a bye for tho flrnt Sunday's play. RAY McKINLEY SUNDAY LEAD AT THE N. H. ARENA One of the nation's top ranking- younjr band loadcro, Ray McKInley, will bring his orchestra from the Hotel Commocloru In New York -to tho Nnw Hnvon Arena on Sunday, May 12, for a twin presentation. Tho MoKinloy orchestra, plus a nUijfc Khow, will bo presented at 3 o'clock In tho afternoon and 'iiKiiln at 8:30 In the evening. A drummor-ltiailor Just galninf,- ui'omlnoncn. McKlnloy was called Into Mil-vice In 1£M3, But the interruption uctually enhanced hi.M iwtndlntf as n band leader. Selected by Glenn Miller, and at llrst wont to tho AAFTTC In New Haven, McKlnloy WHS later tran-tfcn-cd to Km-op<; ami when Major Miller was lout on a (llKht tho younjr .tor- ^ount WI\M named to succeed him lin loader. For his work us a lead- in' hit i-unulvricl the Eron'/o Star nnd fic'i'Maniil commendations from Onnr.'ils Donltttlo arid Arnold untl I'l-caUlunl Truman, KKP SOX MANIA Thn wave rif Riul So.x mania which hi nwi'1'pinf.f Boston him even rolled Into City Hall. An iittendnncc chuck 1'itvftfil.s 't/i.'it muntclpitl olllcos have linen tluxurtecl by worker-fan?:. Though a rabid fan himself, Mayor Jfimco M .Curlcy says the pcn- imnt-mlnclpcl rooters must confine thiilr cheorlnf.' to tholr days off. And the pennant-bound Soy. may not know it but tholr current win streak probably hns cost tho Som- ci-Mut High xohool bnucbnll team tile Narrairuniiou League pennant. It .micm-H throe of the team's top pluyoi'.i playod hookoy tho other rl/iy to watch their profesalonal hluals In action. A.-) n result, tho Junior athletcB have been asked to turn In their uniforms. Tt l.s estimated a farmer today with machinery produces as much tin could 30 fiirmcrs using only hand tools In 1830. GOOD CREDIT always Rings the ,my oi-oillt rocoril tm» Bell When you drop Into your fnvorlte Htoro— or when an omui-Koncy url.soo— there's never ,tny trouble when your prompt unlubll.shcd. ICtlUM. After you luivn miulc »ijpllcutlon you can fflvn tho runfnu !,/ym.r .-..r.-.r,.co «n«l avoid doluys whon you .-« In u hurry. VI..H our r.tflco or i-lionn <-Ct83. We'll ho K \*a to help. Apply to lll '. s HKFOItlS iillH . CHARGE PURCHASES Waterbury Credit Rating Bureau with (Hfli'im nt. 7 Flolil St. CLAMS Fresh From Rhode Island:— .. Little Neck, Cherry Stone, Steamer and Chowder CLAMS! ! FISH SPECIALS!! Direct from Rhode^ Island PORGIES — SQUID — POLLACK — HADDOCK FRESH COD and TRAPPED MACKEREL FILET OF SOLE — FILET OF HADDOCK FILET OF COD — FLAT FISH, ETC. BUTTERFISH — LIVE CRABS — BLAOKFISH CONGER EELS . TKEK DKI.1VKUY TO ALI, PARTS OF NAUGATUCK Telephone Your Ordor White Fish Market " " ' ' JOSEPH- CADRAt, Pri»p. 8 SOJJTH MAIN. ST. . TEL. 5004 U. S. Rubber Girls' League Ends . . * Gsms And Bears Meet Today To Decide Winner Second Half The season was brought to a close with this wijek's games in the Girla' Intordepartmcnt Bowling Leapue 'of the United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant. It was a photo finish in the Monday Division with five teams still in the running for first place going Into the final day's matches. When, the smoke of battle cleared, two teams were tied for the top spot in the second round, each showing 31 wins as against 14 losses. The playotf match will be rolled off this evening between Rose Brenla's Gems and Rhea Mowrey's Bears. The winners will then meet Josephine DoCarlo'a Mountaineers, llrst round title holders, for the Monday Division championship. The race was not as close In the Tuesday Division. Tesslo Mast's Boot Toppers dominated the play all suuson, copping both rounds and thoi-cby automatically becoming Tuesday Division champions. Next, week thuy arc slated to stuck up against the Monday. Division champions in a match which will decide the Intel-department championship for this season. Individual high single honors for the second round wore won by Ida Burke of the Gems with :i 149 score. Nora .BrcMsler of the Boot Toppers rolled a 37-1 for high ill rue game laurels. Team honors went to the Battlers who posted' a 5*15 for hlifh single 1 and- to the Boot Toppers who toppled tlio pin.s for a liijjh three murk of 1508. Klnul Scnivii'1 Hound Standings «fmu:uv ilivlslon VV: L. Pet. Sours 31 U .089 :;nm.t 31 1-1 .GSO Vlsia 30 30 .007 Mounta'inuura 29 10 .G4!5 Wolverines 28 17 .623 Atomics 27 IS .600 Stars - 26 19 .273 Stnrlcttcs '.11 34 .245 Tur.siluy Division . .. • • W. L. Pet. IT->ot Toppers 41 4 .911 Battlers 30 10 .778 Spring Steps •.,. 33 12 .733 Victory Rollers 28 17 .623 Air Gudeln 26 19 .578 tnvadel-s .- 26 19 .578 Mighty Five :..., 2. r > 20 .5!ifi Packerettcs 22 23 .489 Wuhincs 19 2G .422 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION In the American Association, Louisville hold onto the top league spot yesterday by defeating Kansas City. 0 to 2. St. Paul kept pace by shutting out Columbus, 2 to 0, The game was called at the end of tlio eighth Inning to allow the teams to catch a train. Rex Cecil pitched five-hit ball to give Indianapolis a 3-to-2 edge over the Brew- era, Minneapolis got its third man- agor within four -days. But the Millers also got u 7-to-G beating from the Toledo Mudhens and dropped to within one-half game of the cellar. Thero are abput 1,000 residence fires «t day in the U.S. C!trr»T>'' QlH-M \ •102 North Main St, Union City GUM Kllirmn/owskl, 1'rop. MOTHER'S DAY CARDS, GIFTS, CHOCOLATES, Etc. SALEM PLAYHOUSE Brady Vs. Alexander May 13 N: It Arena New Haven, May 9-^DenniL' Patrick Brady, . the Bronx kid who Is rated as one of the- most prom n- ing featherweights in the pro ranks today, will 'make -his first appearance at the Now. Haven Arona on the night of MayaS'-'whcn he fights Billy Alexander of Philadelphia m an eifc'ht .round bout. . = I-Iartforcl, where feather champion Willie Pep, is the idol, has already adopted Brady. There he turned in some sensational '»£rhts, Raining a atatewidc reputation -for his brilliance and belligerence. • He'll bo meeting a worthy £oe in Alexander, a youth who battled Eddie Compo to a standstill here recently. . Compo was given \the decision, 'but many thought Alexander was the winner, U. S. RubberSoftball Scores Last Ni Two games word' played last night in tin- U 3. Rubber Intel-depart- mcnt League, with the Boot Room defeating the Industrial Engineering ofllcc, 7-5,, »nd the Gum Shoes • jak the measure of the Tennis Mill tinl Mold, 'by the score of 3-0, Jimmy Summit -pitching a shutout. Tho box scores appear below. Gum .Shoe ...... ' 300000-3 5 2 Tennis Mill & M ! 000000—0 1 1 Batteries: <w!i::ilng team first) J. Summit, H. Tiskus; M. Janus, E. Hanky. Umpire: D. Tuckoy , . . Boot Room .... 1030131-7 12 1 Ind. Engineering 0 0 2 0 0 ;i 0-0 82 Butteries: (winning team ...f.ir.st) Wnlkor, Wldiich; Cieslewakl. .McGrath, Umpires: Klonoeki, Rudo. j CAB CALLOWAY i THIS WEEK AT THE STATE, HARTFORD Cab Galloway, "The King of Hi- Dc-Ho," with his Famous Orchestra. and Jumpin' Jive Jubilee, featuring thu greatest aggregation of stars he has ever assembled, will appear on stage 'Of the State theater, Hartford. -Friday, Saturday nnd Sunday. Featured with Cab Cnllowny in his great revue are the Peters Sister.", in "A Ton of Harmony & Rhythm"; Moke and Doke, "2 -Funny -Fellows"; The Three Poms, "-Tops in Taps"; Jonah Jones, .Tyree Glenn & Milton Hinton, "The All - American -Swing Stare," The Cab Jlvers, anil others. Hear Cab sing the songs that he introduced and"m'ade famous at New York's Cotton Club, as well as his' newest recordings, "The Honeydrlpper," "If This Isn't Love,". and others. For the most tori-id.,.. tuneful -..terrific trip of your life ...get in'.') the groove with Cab Galloway and his Famous Orchestra and Whirlwind Revue that is guaranteed to send you away cheering. NOTtTII HAMPTON AI'PEALS Concord, N. Hi, May 9— (UP)— i Tho State Supreme court will hear an appeal of the North Hampton Racing and Breeding association at the June sestiinn. The association Is appealing a decision of the State Racing commission '/denying- their petition for operation of a. -now horse race track. The commission ruled that another race track In southeastern New Hampshire would not he In the best interests of the state. Changed Since Return . (By 'United Pres») Boston— It', was either marriage or the Marine 'Corps, but whatever if was —it. made Ted Williams a new man.. ' . - ' The slugging Boston .Red Sox outfielder is" a changed' personality from the 24-year-old kid who signed up with the leathernecks three years ago. ' • Time was when some sportswriters couldn't enter the Red Sox 1 dressing room without being called a "chowderhead" by the lanky boy wonder. And back In 1942, It didn't take a very clever fan In Fenway Park's' left field section to get Williams' nanny. But it's all different now. Ted greets newsmen with a smile these days and merely vents his feelings on an innocent balde of grass when the left field grandstand jockeys take him for a ride, Of course, Ted hasn't changed all his spots. He'll still confide that he's the greatest hitter alive today. But when 'he combines that sort of talk with the kind of free-swinging 'for the fences he's doing these •days, his cockiness is just put down as a colorful trait. . . At that, Williams says he's not going all-out with hia better-than ,300 batting average thus far this season. Says he ,. "I'd say I'm about CO per cent right." a. But it is true that the Fenway fireball has come back to the ball •parks with a much more likeable way about him. And everybody in .'Boston— Including the sportswrit- .ors— ore happy about the whole Some say that the Marines landed on Ted: and got the whole situation well in hand. Others attn- bute the change to thn steadying Influence of his wife. The combination sbems to have worked 1 wonders. And Teddy's no longer a bear. Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE • Yesterday's Results Boston 14, Chicago 10. New York 5', St. Louis 1. Detroit 1, Washington 0. Cleveland '.>, Philadelphia 2. Standing of Teums W. Boston New. York Detroit | Washington Chicago 'St.Iouis Cleveland Philadelphia Friday - Saturday Of DEATH! Buutr vtlU k*i Iwi '» kloedl ««. SHEFFIELD I • frM.iX » III UIIII AlHO "IDEA GIRL" Today — "TANGIERS" und RAFFLES" Don't Wait, Do It Now! ! SUMMERIZE YOUR CAR with n complete iuhrlcntlon nnd Oil Chance Service at POUST'S SERVICE STATION Ciir« Culled For and Delivered 144 RUBDKR AVE. TICL. 49S6 15 G 11 10 . 8 10 . 7 10 .8 12 . 6 12 . 5 16 Pet. .864 .714 .524 ,•144 .412 .400 '.238 Today's Games, Pitchers '-St Louis at New'York—Potter (22) vs. Getted (3-1). ' Chicago at Boston—Lopat (2-1) vs. Eagby (1-1). "Detroit .at Washington—Over- 'fni're (M) vs. Hudson (0-25. 'Cleveland at Philalclphia—Rey- nolds (1-3) or Black CO-1) vs.. Newsom .(3-1). •'"••'••• NATIONAL LEAGUE yesterday's Results St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 3. .New York 1; Pittsburgh 0. Chicago 10. Boston S. ' Ei-JOklyn 8, -Cincinnati 5. Standing of the Clubs W. L. St. Louis ............... J 2 6 Brooklyn .............. " 0 Chicago ............... 10 9 Boston ................. § 8 Pittsburgh .... .......... 8 10 New York .............. 9 1° 'Cincinnati .............. 8 10 Philadelphia ......... 0 13 . Pet. - 667 - 6 ^ .526 .500 .474 .-174 .444 .278 Canada's Yukon territory is twice as lurKC as Colorado. . Today's Games, Pitchers I Brooklyn at Cincinnati — Branca ; (0-0) or Roy (0-0) vs. Andrews U- 12). Now York at Pittsburgh— Vois- i elle (1-3>V3. Strlncevich (0-2) or liRoei s (l-0).. ... : Boston tit. Chicago— Wallace (C-0) vs. S'chrni'tz (2-1), Only games scheduled. .'SANTA CLARA COACH Santa Clara, Calif., May 9—(UP) .';—Two. candidates are considered I standout prospects for the Job of i head coach at Santa Clara univer- i:Blty..'.;They are Len Cafianova, assistant coach at Santa Clara, and Berrfie Masterson, h.ead coach at Nebraska. The post became vacant on Monday when Larry "Moon" Mulllns, resigned when unable to find housing facilities for hie wife and 'six-children. OWNS- TED 1-EWtS?. EDDIE BMCKtM Little Hof Brau 400 NORTH MAIN ST. "Al" and Vora Budrla, Prop*. Dally Luncheon*, Dlnnori and A La Carte Menu 'Full Liquor Licence DANCING FBEDAT, SATURDAY, SUNDAY Open Holly UiitH I "A.VM. Eont A Trailer and Do That Hiiullhe Job Yourself ORANGE TRAILER RllNTAL SERVICE TKLKI'IIONE Nuiimitiwk SIIBH . Ofllra In Unlim Clly IliirUwnro IIIilic. i Ft. J-Iouso- Trailer for Sale Sleeps Four you can get a . ',' and . OIL BURNER The WATERBIJRY HEATING Leaders in Home Heating . 34-38 SPRING' ST. -v-4-«478 What's Brewing By Al Brewer RECREATION FIELD Nobody-in Naugatuck will dispute the fact that the Presentbase- ball infield at Recreation field is unsatisfactory for "good" baseba1. The Naugatuck Amateur league has gone on record in complaining to town officials. Something should be done at once! The fleld. utter all, i» Intended primarily for the men and women who use It for various sports. They should be the first to benefit from any improvements which means that the building of a new playing Infield should-bo the Unit step taken. This should not be an expensive job As things are now, it is manifestly unfair 'to ask local talent, both young and. old; to play on the present diamond. Therefore, if Recreation field is to remain a scene of outdoor sports it should be provided with a "first class diamond" now, before it is loo late! It costs nothing to "demand action on public improvements. It takes something more to get action on any construction program, as a good- many 'war veterans have found. But, certainly this .claim comes ahead of any! Salem In First Place Grammar School Loop (By KENNY CLYMER) ; Yesterday afternoon, O'Shca came through with another win for Snlem, to give them top place, in the Grammar Schcol loop. The Meadow street school now sports a -1 and 0 record. Salem started the scoring in the first inning- in their game against the highly rated Central Icum, by notching 'two runs, against their rivals. They • added two more to their score in the 3rd, to give them a 4-0 lead. In the fifth though, Central capitalized on two .Salem miecues, and reduced Salem's lead to two runs. Salem came back In the sixth with one run, a run that eventually proved to be the deciding factor in the-game. Central scored again in the seventh, but the three run mare-in held by Salem was too much for them, and so they came out on the short end of a 5-4 score; Dennis of Salem, hit the longest hit of the day, a triple that scored two runs for Salem, in the third. In the other grammar school games played yesterday, St. Francis beat Prospect, . 5-4, and Hop Brook set back St. Hedwig's, 11-10. The league standing's now arc: Salem, first, and then in order, Central, St. Fj-ancis, tied for second, Prospect, Hop Brook, and St. Hedwig's, who'-haveyet to win a game. Unofficial Industrial Opener Tonight At Recreation Field Swimming Classes Fridays At YMCA • Fritz ^Klambt announces that he will hold a special class for non- swlirirners Friday afternoons at 3:30. This class is for YMCA boys!, both in the Midgets and Junior division, and special attention will be given to each individual. , "with the gym season closed un- Uil late in September Rpecial swm> ' ming programs will be held throughout the summer months, YMCA Minnow, YMCA Fish, YMCA Flying Fish, and the YMCA Sharif tests will be held. Also the American Red Cross Beg-inner's, Intermediate Swimmer's, and Advance Swimmer's tests will be conducted. The Midgets and Juniors \vU! swim on their regular gym schedule which is Wednesday after school and Saturday mornings. Saturday at !):25 for Midgets and 10:00 for Ihe regulars. Midget Racing At Savin Rock Tonight New Haven, May 5— The first full season of midget automobile racing since the war will open tonight at the West Haven Speedway, Donovan Field, Savin Rock, There will be prelim trials, semi- finaln, and a feature race of 2!> laps around the fast, smooth packed oval. The two big Bills of midget racing, Schindler and Holmes, will be in the field, phis about. 22 other speed artists in new post war high powered cars. The opening race goes on at 8:30. L. A. SIGNS TWO T.os Angeles. Calif., May 9—(UP) —The Los Angeles Dons of the Ail- America conference have signed two players sight unseen. They arc Bill Joslin, a 20 pound fullback and 230 1 pound end, Gorham Gctchel. The Dons sifc-ned the pair on the recommendation of quarterback Angelo Bcrtelll, who coached them in Tokyo's "Atom Bowl" game. PLAY POOL AND BOWL AT R & M ALLEYS 155 MAPLE STREET SATURDAY NIGHT May llth And Every Saturday Night 0 1'. M. TO 1 A. M. at DUFFY'S RESTAURANT WATER STREET Music IJy The Famous G. I. TWILIGHT TRIO CUBAN RUM $2.49 J. K. STORES CUT HATE, IJQUORS, WINES, BEERS 398 N. Main St. Tel. 4979 Free Delivery Anywhere In 'Borough Rudy Hermick, Publisher, To Throw Out First Ball Tonight The NaugatucU Industrial Softball Leaifuc, which started their season Monday evening, will continue tonight, when the Naugatuck Chemical faces off against the Bristol Company, on the North diamond, and on the South diamond tine Risdon Mfg. will take on the U. S. Rubber No. 2 learn. Due to the inclement weather, there wrfs much confutjion over Monday's games, and it had been believed here that the games which were rinttlly v .-.l)lay.c<J on Monday night, did not count in the league standings. Also due to the weather, the pomp and ceremony of open- ins day, had the edge taksn off of (t, and therefore thin evening, it has been announced, tin- opening rituals will be observed, RudyHennick, publisher of THE NEWS, it has been announced, will thiow out ihe first ball. Umpires for tonight's games will be Tuckey, on the North diamond, and Kennedy on the South. Game •jine is C:00 at the Recreation field. ; One-fourth ot Newfoundland's inhabitants are'engagsd in fishing \nd fish industries. HftltH SKDWItt Jam*( STEWART GODDARO Akim TAMIKOFF The BANDIT AND THE LADY AM WOOMWr Inn* 0**f •AIM, lie. FROLICS-ICE "We've Known This Moment Would Come . . . Since The Instant Our Eyes First Met!" Darryl F. Zanuck presents GENE TIERNEY in DRAGONWYCK From the Novel by Anya Seton Written for the Screen and Directed by JOSEPH L. MANKIEWICZ 20th Century-Fox ^ WCTtKK'UKT ^^^^M • IDGUTS POLI NOW LI Q U OR SPECIALS!! FULL LIQUOR LICENSE DINING ROOM and BOOTH FACILITIES Friday and Saturday "Nile" Specials CAPE COD CLAMS ON HALF SHELL — STEAMED .CLAMS — — CLAM B;ROTH — > featuring . . . MIDDAY MEAL of HOT DINNERS and/SANDWICHES , Served from 11:30 to 1:30 Also Open Sundays, 12 to 9 P. M. j, RUDOLPH AND'ERSONV Prop. '-* BAlitiANTINE'S '.'.i'-AX.E-; 94. BRIDGE CITY IMPERIAL WHISKEY $3.39 Fleischmann's WHISKEY $3.54 CUBAN RUM $ 2 ' 49 WILSON'S WHISKEY $3.45 'American GRAIN GINS 90 proof $2.89 JUK,,STOi|ES cirrlAm Ti ^K^ rs| 396 North Main St. Union. C I Free Parking for Oar Curtomem at Shell G« I Across the Street _..«»i>iir I FREE DELTVBRY ANYWHERE IN NAUGATOCK I Telephone 4879.,^._.

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