The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 21, 1977 · Page 6
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 6

Atchison, Kansas
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Monday, March 21, 1977
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PAGE ft—NAt/OATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATUKDAY, .TTJLY 0, IMG Phillies Rout Brasscos 13-6 Using Twenty Players Reiser Excused From | Kicker's Handicap All-Star Contest i ABA Tomorrow Even Benny Bengou Plays As Blue-Jays Rout Sa- moska-men Snvirtlnc undor yonterday'» 13-3 trounclnR at tho hrmrls of the Phll- lli>», MKI-. Joo Samoska of tho BritBscOM announced curly today thnt Walt Cuthman of Yalo Unl- vornlty will ho on the mound when tho lociil.i moot tho Alnba-mu. Red Sox tonlRht at 8:45 at tho Municipal Stadium. fielder's choice, an error and,Jimmy Shechan's single accounted for the run-making in the eighth. Del Ennis, the rookie sensation, connected for two triples In his two ! appearances at the palto while Art j Lopatka collected u tr;p:e, double and n. single In throe official .trips The Phils u.sed 20 players Including Coaches Ben Gulp, Benny Bonpou and Batboy "Scotty" Erwln, 13- vojtr-old prospect. Erwln played third in tho last two frames. Tho Cucclnollo brothers, Tony nntl Al, wore unavailable for yester. The Phillip.* tthowod thn 0,000 i day's tilt but will bo on hand to- fnnn which packed tho Stadium ! nl^ht for the JTIUIIC with the Ala- yo.ttorday that thoy »ro JtiHt what thoy are cracked up to bo — a Htronn hall club, YoMtorday MRP. Bon Chapman'H club potindod throo Brmmco hurl- or* for IB hit« Including vc.vcn extra hunt T,vnllnpn In raul\nK the Bran sc on, 13-3. Tho National 1jCHKuer» Jumped on Lofty Porzan for flvo run." In the (Irst and added three more In the second before let- Una up. Thoy didn't .'ir:oro aRiiln until the fifth when thron more dcnlnd the pinto to Klve tho Quiikor.t nn 11-0 H'JvnntJii;o, Johnny HumphrUis who wnji coa.stlnn uloritf In "tollar fash. Ion then oaxod up und WHH touched for a triple by Bobby Oi'onlorox and I/llly MOOCO'H nln^clo. Chapmnn hlmsiolf took over the pitching chorrH in tho ulxih and ^,'avo up tho oth>:r two Hra.i.Mco markorw when n pall' of wtilkM. a LITCHFIELD SUMMER THEATER Final Night WINTERSET wltli Kurt Splits; 7&<:, $1,1)0, $1.50, $2,1)1) plus t«x CUKT.MN SC'H) no.Hcrvutliin.s Tel, KHt) Nnxt HVrlt: SKYI.AHK ; bama combine tonight. Tony,- the former Chicago White Sox star of /i year ago, will be at third .base with brother Al at shortstop, The remainder of the infield will show olthet Groatorox or "Whitey" Pluro" lit second and "Whltcy" Kunklowlcy., Tom Hcffcrman or Johnny White at first. Gathnrwn, who tctimcd up with Frank Qulnn to pitch Yale Into the KLL, championship this your 1 is regarded a.s one of tho m»3t promising prospects to appear In Connecticut In several Heasons, Jim Shechan will catch hift slants. New York, July C—(UP)—National League President Ford Frick says tha-t Brooklyn outfielder Pete Reiser has been excused from play- Ing in the all-star baseball game which is scheduled for July 9th In Boston. Reiser has been excused because of an arm and shoulder ailment that has been bothering him all year. The slugging Brooklyn star will bo replaced on the National League nquad by Frank McCorm- Ick of Philadelphia. Reiser is the second National league atl-star candidate to be excused, shortstop Eddie Miller of Cincinnati having been replaced recently by Emil Verban, also of the Philadelphia. Phillies. The ABA Country club will play host to the Chase Country club today, at the local golf courae. Tomorrow, the women of the club will hold a Kicker's Handicap, to climax the week's activities. MUSIC WHIU5 YOU RACE Salem, N. H., July 6—(UP)—Manager Lou Smith of Rockingham Park recently startled turfdom by setting up fireproof barns and considering using a helicopter for judges to watch the race. Now, Smith's come up with another idea—a 24-picce band to greet his customers, Smith says the band will entertain the fans each day in between races. He explains that it's an old harness racing custom. Formation Of Junior Loop Accepted Favorably Baseball Standings •-'.. NATIONAL LEAGUE Rangers Meet Millville Amateur League Tomorrow Highlanders Travel to Beacon Falls, To Engage Crusaders America, France Take British Titles London, Kng., July 6—(.UP) — Thorn was "nigs-t&-rlcheB" drama In Ei-ltaln yesterday as foreign- born stars walked off with two of Kmrlnnd's most treasured sports cvent.'i. the British Open golf-tour- noy and the All-England tennis tournament. At hlxtorlc St. Andrews In Scot- ,nncl, hillbilly Sam Sncad of Hot Springs, Va., came through when tho chips were down to win-the coveted English golf crown, 1 Al- nic:U the last plnycr to set out on the final round of play, tho ex- riuiloi' let his earlier opponents give him something to shoot at and than posted a two-ovcr-par 1'> to win with four strokes to spare. ALCAZAR TODAY A doublehcuder will be played tomorrow afternoon, at the Recreation field, starting at 1:30 p. m., Amateur League president Frank Shea, announced today. In the first game, the league- leading Ranger nine will engage the under-rated Millville combine. The Rangers will be overwhelming favorites to take -the measure of the Millville boys, but their new manager, Harry Stauffer, has rc- Dortod that the team has been strengthened by the addition of several new players, and along with the aid of having played some stlffer competition of late, they expect that they will give the Rang irs a -tough battle. The second game is a non-league 'ontest. and will find the strong St. Francis team playing: the Waterbury Sacved Hearts, who art Sunday - Monday ''Allotment Wives" "Gangs, Inc." Briggs-Stratton ••••.;• 4 Cycle; iy a H. P.' : GASOLINE ENGINE (Air Cooled) r opcrutlng \vu.iliing machines, fiirm .ijini.vnr.s, riiltlviitor.s, boats, dd'I> fn-oxcrM, lighting pmnts, .saws, luwn innwnrs, water pumps, etc. $93-50 'alclng a clay off, from the Waterbury City Amateur League, to play the locals. Both teams are fairly evenly matched, and so, thie contest should be n good one. "Doc" Curran will, In all prob ability,- pitch for the St. Francis irray, with either Eddie Mariano, or Dick Pistarclll, catching. Play In Beiieon Falls In 'the other contest of the day, in the league, the Highlanders will travel to Beacon Fal!s, to engage the fourth place .Crusaders, in a very Important; tilt The Highlanders, after having been edged out, in their first start against the Rangers, have won every league contest played since •.hen, and will be favored to continue their win streak. The Cru- •.nders on the other hand, have ?nly been able to win one of the contests which they have played, nut have been beaten in some very close games. The chance that they may perform an upset, is more than possible. Game time, for the Beacon Falte j contest, is 2 p. m. M2 NOBTH MAIN Union City - Tel. 2083 LaeuusPOLI MOW SHOWING "IT Ji A WONDERFUL MOTION PICTURE!" — MW rent »ur MWI A GrVaf Author'* Mo»f Engaging Story —Suptrbly Brought To UU To Mak« "A WONOtRFUl MOTION, 2nd PIC WEEK Katftryn ^ tun* GRAVSON-ALLYSON Jimmy DURANTE TWO SISTER »« BOSTOII ' '- 2nd HIT • PflSSKEV TO DflHGER llcphoni* BACHHO* Kan* RICHMOND i men or GMATCUY »" nuinun Chrt I AFs Packageers Issue Challenge Als Packageors, a strong eoft- ball team, located in Beacon Falls, today issued a challenge to any teams in this area to play them in a Softball game. Preferably they wish to meat • the- strong' Merry Morticians. All teams who wish to play the Packageers may contact Al at 4680. The American Legion In Beacon Falls la alto starting to form a aoftball team, and when formed, would like to play any team, in this area. They expressed a specific desire to moot the Free Thuraton Ice team, as th«y are in need of a game to get adjusted, prior to actually starting their season. Yesterday's Results New York 7, Brooklyn 6. Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh 4. St. Louis 1, Chicago 0. Only games scheduled. The Standing W. L, Brooklyn 46 25' St. Louis • • 40 31 Chicago 37 32 Cincinnati 33 34 Boston 33 38 Philadelphia 30 36 New York 30 41 Pittsburgh 2Q 41 Pet. .648 ,563 .036 .493 .465 ACS .423 .414 Locals Laud Foley For Interest Shown In Youth Of Town WIN'S BEUMUDA RACE Bermuda, July 6—(UP)—Henry Taylor's yawl, Baruna, rode at anchor in Bermuda waters today after crossing: the finish line first yesterday In the New York-to-Bermuda ocean yacht race, A lack of wind has deiayed the arrival of i other contestants. . Today's Games, I'l tubers Philadelphia at New York—Mulcahy-"(2-2) vs. Schumacher (2-3). Brooklyn at Boston (night)—Higbe (8-0) or Behrman (4-2) vs. Nig- geling (0-0). Cincinnati at Chicago (2)>—Hetki (2-2) and Beggs (5-3) va. Borowy (2-3) and Kush (6-0) or Olsen (00). Pittsburgh at St. Louis (night) Bahr (3-2) or Ostermueller (7-3) vs. Wilks (4-0). AMERICAN LEAGUE SUFFOLK CLOSES TODAY Boston, July 6—(UP)—Eleven entries are slated to fight it out over the six-furlongs distance in the 12th running of the $25,000 added Mayflower stakes for two- year-olds. The race will feature the closing day card at Suffolk Downs i today, • The favlrite is .Peace Harbor of the Brtokmeade Stable, Other standouts entered are S. D. SIdelPs Silce and the Melrose entry of Mel Epply and Mel Van Orman. Yesterday's Result* Boston 5, Philadelphia 2. Washing-ton G, New York 1. Detroit 7, Cleveland 5. St. Louis 1, Chicago 0. Tho Standing W, L. Pet Boston 52 22 .703 New York 45 30 ,soo Detroit 40 32 .556 Washington 06 34 .514 S-t. Louis 3439 .466 Cleveland 34 40 .459 Chicago 27 43 ,386 Philadelphia 21 49 .300 Today's Gamns, Pitchers New York at Philadelphia—Gct- tel (4-4) or Marshall (2-2) vs Harris (2-4). Boston at Washington — Dobsbn (7-3) or Rutland (1-0) vs. Haefner (5-4). • St. IMUIS at Detroit—Zoldak (77), vs. Trout (7-6), . 'Chicago nt Cleveland (night) Haynes (2-6) vs. Harder (1-1). The formation of a .Junior Baseball league, that was announced yesterday, by Coach Peter J. Foley, of the local High school, was reported to have been accepted favorably by local residents, and many persons have personally lauded Mr. Foley's efforts along these lines. Mr. Folpy wishes that every local organization that believes they can follow along the lines of a plan such as this, contact him, at the earliest possible moment. He can Ijc found any day at the local Recreation fleld. He prefers that the organizations form junior teams of their own, and then enter them in the league which he is forming. All ot thjt directors at the various play-grounds are cooperating with Mr. Foley along these lines. The only stipulation in the organizing of these teams, is that each team member be under the age of 16. For further information on this, interested groups should contact Mr. Foley. IITABLISHED I 81 J MEN'S TOILETRIES TO GIVE YOU THE SKIN THEY'LL LOVE TO TOUCH —SOOTHING AFTER SHAVE LOTIONS AND TALCS. Everything- for that well groomed man who values his social security and the positive aid to bodily comfort and well being- these rich lathery pine and sandalwood masculine soaps, packaged in redwood boxes for bath and shower at ,$1.50 to §5.00. Other items to keep a man fit and on his toes — invigorating- with the masculine scent of the Maine balsam trees $2.50 to $7.50. BRAVES SIGN DARK Boston, July 6—(UP)—Former ,'ootbal! standout at Louisiana State university, Alvin Dark, has been ligrned by General Manager John Qulnn of the Boston Braves. The 23-year-old infielder, who recently iad a tryout with the Detroit Timers, will join the Braves in time '.'or their next western trip, -S, UANBURY RACING TONIGHT Scoring impressively in. the pro- holiday card of midget auto races at the Danbury Specdwny this past Wednesday • night, Ed "Dutch" Schaeffer, top favorite ntt his Connecticut racing- strip, will be out to •cpeat his victory In tonight's card >f thrlls at this quarter mile course Other fast stepping stars who wil 'ace tho starter's flags will be, Rex Records, Bill Holmes, Mike Josephs, Len Duncan, Georgie Rice Jeup Colkltt, Larry Bloomer and' a score or more of formidable foes too numerous to mention. First race to start at 8:30 p with a 25 lap grind, closing card. PROMPT WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING William Schpero JEWELER ISO Church Street Nnug-atuck LIQUOR PERMIT Notice of Application This is to give notice that, Antonia Niedzinskl of 106 Water street, Naugatuck, Conn., have filed an application dated June 27th, 1946 with the Liquor Control Commission for a Restaurant Full Liquor Permit, for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises, 117 N. Main street, Naugatuck, Conn. The business is owned by Antonia Niedzingki of 106 Watei street, Nnugatuck, Conn., and will be conducted by Antonia. Nicdzln- sW of 106 Water street, Naugatuck, Conn., as permittee, ANTONIA NIEDZINSKI. Dated' June 27th, 1946. m., the CHAS. COBURN TOM MVMtV DRAKE -TYLER HUME CRONYN GLADYS COOPER DEAN STOCKWELL RICHARD HAVPN A MUSICAL KNOCKOUT FREDDIE STEPS OUT Friddit STEWART Chorlas BARNETT — WEDNESDAY — CLAUEETTE COLBERT "Without Reservation J ."BAMEOO SALEM PLAYHOUSE TODAY LUCILLE BAIL-CLIFTON ITEM WIIIIAM BFNDIX MARK SlfVFNS »II|).\RK<X>R\I-:K) Also Zane Grey's 'WANDERER OF THE WASTELAND" Adult Library Closed Next Week The Whlttemore adult public 11- brn.ry will bo closed all of next week, due to rcdccoratlon work now in progress, Mrs. Jessie F. DeShonp; stated today that all persons who now have books out ,and that are due next week, should return them today, in order to avoid payment of fines. Tho public library will be open all day today, to give persons that opportunity. The children's library will remain open as usual. Largest Selection of Kiddy Furniture In Town on Our Second Floor • FULL SIZE CRIBS • YOUTH BEDS • SAND BOXES • SWING ON METAL STAND • HIGH CHAIRS • METAL BABY CA11KIAGES BENSON'S ISO SOUTH MAIN ST. SWIM SUITS PEDAL PUSHERS T-SHIRTS And Many Moro For Summer and Vacation Need NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union City TEL. 61S6 To Save a definite portion of your Income, and stick to it! Moi'c and more people are lenrnini;- tlu> valuo of planning for financial seonrily. Build a reserve fund— f protect your family with low-cost Savings Bank Lifej Insurance, a combination that will help you face (lie. future with confidence, j We wi]] help you work out a plan. NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK 1670 WENTV FIFTH ANNIVERSARY iw All OEPOtlTt -FULLY CUARANTf £0 '- WATERBURY Sunday - Monday "COME AND GET IT" nnd "THEY MADE ME A KILLER" WWLTOlf PARK YES, We Have the "SAIL BUG" This sensational new Sail Bug is equipped and operates jusi like a regular sal) boat, It has a sail, rudder, sturdy mast, inflatable tubs with canvas scat. $13.95 BEACON KIDDIE CENTER 78 GRAND STREET Waterbury STRATTON'S RESTAURANT 18-20 Park Place CLOSED JULY 1st TO JULY 15th FOR SUMMER , VACATIONS PAUL JONES WHISKEY S3.39 J. K. STORES CUT RATE, LIQUORS, WINES, BEERS 306 N, Main St. Tel. 4979 Free Delivery Anywhere In Borough DANCING SATURDAY and SUNDAY NIGHTS LAKE QUASSAPAUG BALLROOM CLIFF SLATER AND HIS SENSATIONAL NEW 13 PIECE ORCHESTRA "MUSIC AS YOU LIKE IT" ADMISSION 60c (including tax) BIIH Service to the Lake FOOTWEAR PLANT EMPLOYES ARE NOW ENJOYING A TWO WEEKS PAID VACATION Work Will Resume On July 15th UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Footwear Plant Naugatuck Goon. ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Special Summer Tutoring School July 8 to August 28 REVIEW COURSES IN MATHEMATICS FOREIGN LANGUAGES HISTOHY ENGLISH LATIN SCIENCE Prepare This Summer For Make-Up Examinations In The Fall College Office Open Frl., Sat. & Mon. for, Registration POST JUNIOR COLLEGE COM ^ KCE 24 Central Avenue, Waterbury Tel. 4-8772 Great Oak Farm ,t OXFORD KOAD Tel. CMS '• PERFECTLY PASTEUHIZED ; ! MILK and CUEA3I '; Drllvrry To All 1'nrtn of .ViiUKnluo STRISIK'S. 10 Center St. Waterbury, Conn.; FACIAL TISSUE BOXES — SL25 <' E D D I E ' S Corner Spring * Diamond St». GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 4010 Edward Vlaslcnuckas, Prop. LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED & REPAIRED " SAINZJbJtU O S»vin K . »»nk 20 SAVINGS ST. 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