The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on March 31, 1977 · Page 6
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The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas · Page 6

Atchison, Kansas
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Thursday, March 31, 1977
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f\OV. ft—XAUCATUCK NEWS (CONN.), FIUDAV, JULY 12, 1048 SWIM.. AT QUASJ3Y BEACH LAKE QUASSAPAUG ' "*» '*/„ A frcsb coat of paint oo tfa« wood ••work and wall* will make that room new agaioj And if you cue the right paint, you can easilv keep it cJcta •Dd ocwJookin/j with soap •nd w»ter< We recommend Murphy Paints •xr«rto» • Grays Challenge Amateur League The Naugatuck Grays today "sued n challenge to any team the Sunday Amuteur League pluy nn!iln.ft them. Manager i Di'effan stated specifically tlioug th»t he would like to engaire e Ihcr the St. Frajjro'iH or Rar ttium. He stated that they 'woul pluy uny one of these teams un woo It nlirht. A c.ha lien fro was alsj Issuo'l lihc Morry Mnrifclans for a aof bull game, and Manager Deegan HtutiKl thut they woujld face th Mort.y oven If they used their al Mtnr Claghorn. Coach Jimmy Kucz cxelunuu of tho Morticians says tha hf will accept the challenge. SALEM PLAYHOUSE Today - Saturday S<'« Our l.urKii Stiiufc of LAWN and GARDEN SEEDS lll.MO All Kinds of Fertilizers TO<>r.,H l-'OK OAIIDKN' und LAWiV • SJIOVK/.N (lone ntui nhort llUllllll'H) • ftAKHKN KAKKS • 1IOKS — SI'AIIKH • ritl.'NJNO SI • riUASS SUKAIiS CANS, Inc. Maple St. Tel. 3507 Legion Juniors Open Season 2p.m. Tomorrow Playing Strong Ansonia Team In Important Tilt At Recreation Field At 2:30 j). m tomorrow, the \mei'icii.n Legion Juniors will bet-In their season, when they en- g&ge the reportedly strong 1 Ansonia ;Ion Juniors In a very import- xnt contest. Manager Eddie Nolde has not, is yet, designated all of the play- r positions on the team, but has tated that several local high school tars will play. Those players are; Vin arid Joe Healy, Chet Ustikie- Icz, Prankle San Anj-elo, Georgia chuater and probably Charlie' De Carlo. Either Vin or Chet are expected o too the mound with San Angclo ehlnd the plate. Ansonia'Is ex- ected to pitch the dangerous Tom- ly "Red" Casagrande, who will be ut to avenge two defeats, which e suffered at the hands of Vin ealy and the championship high hool sciuad, during the regular nlluy League seation. This contest is expected to be ose and will givn the locals a ng test, -to prove their mete, in their first contest.' Next !ulc, the Legion combine will hold home and home scries with the oymour Legion team. Baseball Standings AMERICAN JJEAGCB 1, Yesterday's New York 9, Cleveland Boston 3, 'Dptroit 2, Chicago -1, Washington 2. St. .Lpui.-j 4, Philadelphia 3. LITCHPIELD SUMMER THEATER Opening- Night SKYLARK •July 8-13 . SfutH 75c, SI.(10, S1.50, $2.00 plu.s rn.x CUKTA1N 8:40 Hcservutton.1 Tel. Utcli 880 Next \V«jof<; IJTTLIi FOXES FOOTWEAR PLANT EMPLOYES ARE NOW ENJOYING A TWO WEEKS PAID VACATION Work Will Resume On July 15th UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Footwear Plant Naugatuck Conn. NOT HIS WORRY Sulcm, N. H., July 12 —(u P> — General Manager Lou Smith of RoclUntrhum Park has no Intention -jf meeting wage demands of itrikinj; exercise boys. Smith says the mutter of wages is up to the owners of tile horses and not the track. The exorcise boys went on -strike yesterday, demanding 510 for they exercise that '.•ocs to -tlif! paddock and an additional $:0 for each winner. TEX-KNIT Hum-Proof IRONING BOARD COVERS Lasts for years—Washable Fit al standard hoards I Boston .. ., i New York Detroit Washington St.' Louis .. Cleveland .. Chicago .., Philadelphia Tho Standing W. t,. no 22 ..' .18 31 -12 33 37 37 3 r n . •> > l :!5 43 SO 4-1 Pet .703 .608 .500 ,000 .•161 .•Mfl .•105 •2.2 52 Today's Gainns, PHx.'hcrs St. Loin's at Philadelphia (night) —Kramer . (6'-3) vs. Fowler (5-7). Detroil at Boston—Trucks (10-0) vs, Fcrrias (12-1). Chicago nt Washington .(ni^'Jit) —Puplsh (0-3) vs. Newsom (5-7). (Only games scheduled.) NATIONAL USAGCE Yi^Mlnrday'it Results New York 13, St. Louis 3. Chicug-o 1, Brooklyn 0, Cincinnati 8, Boston 2. Philadelphia -1, Pittsburgh WEISS' Ben Franklin Store 133 CHUBCH SXKEET Brooldy.'i .. St. Louis . . hicago .., Cincinnati oston New York . liludelphla Pittsburgh , The Standing W. L. -IS 27 . . • -13 32 .10 33 as so ;-M -U 84-11 3J 39 ....... 29 40 Yanks Vs. Contest Tonight : "Star" Tanj;Tcdi has been working 'out extensively these days, ac- (jordinjr to reports .received from Jack Gormley oi r 'the Yanks today, and the "Star" shouid be in excellent condition for tonight's contest with the Merry Morticians. The ''Star" will be out to wreak vengeance in (.'his ironing's : con- testr as he Htill has not gotten over the ••sting, of Billy Ra'do stealing home upon him in the first contest between these two teams, which incidentally, .the Morticians won. Howard "Bowling Ball" Hoppo will start for the Yanks, He still co tends that if the bull bounces one before tl\e plate, but bounces ove the plate high enough to be a fa: ball, 'it should be called a strike. Game time, G p. m. Today's Camps, Pitchers New York at St. Louis (2)-—Vo sullc (5-0) and Kraus (2-1) vs Bi-a/.le (2-C) fir.d Dick.son (5-2). Bi-joklyn at Chicago—Barney (2 3) vs. Wyse (8-7); Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (night —Judd (-1-0) va. Bahr (3-2), Eoyton at Cincinnati—Sain (9-8 vs, Biackwe.'l (-1-4), AIR-FLITE EXTRA LAKGE ALL-STEEL WAGON — Disc Wheels — $11.95 ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE 30 SOUTH MAIN ST. " TEL, 6162 Conn. An army of four divisions, 100, OCO men, marching along- a single roud, would form a column abou GO miles long. FOB PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION' Phono 4720 LYLE & EARL PORTRAIT STUDIO U No. Main St. Nuugatuck Cars Culled For and Delivered Our Complete Services Give You Carefree Vacation Driving 1 ! ! POUST'S 'SERVICE STATION 144 Rubber Ave. Tel. 4935 VACUUM CLEANERS THE ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER, one of the most popular of all electric appliances for the home is in tremendous demand. Hundreds of thousands of these great time and labor savers for .Anicricun housewives htive been nursed along during the war years nnd since —serviced, repaired, rebuilt and repaired again in many cases to keep 'cm going. Women everywhere look forward to the day when they can replace their faithful old machines with brand new models. Countless others arc ready to buy the first electric cleaners they ever owned. Under very discouraging circumstances a few cleaners are-turned out by manufiiccurcrs no\s' and then. They disappear almost as soon us they rciich the retail dealers. Some customers, long on waiting lists, are slowly having their desire fulfilled. Your dealer will do everything lie can to sec that you.get the new cleaner you are waiting for as quickly as possible. If you have not notified your electrical dealer that you want 'to buy n new vacuum cleaner you should do so. About the best possible ndvlcc we could give you is that ic is better to wait for the machine of a reputable manufacturer than to buy an unknown product. Royal Electric Cleaner* are received from time'to time in limited numbers. It is expected thnt greater quantities \vill be available soon. PLAY POOL On First Class Tables R & M ALLEYS l. r )0 MAPLE STREET SANDY BEACH LAKE QUASSAPAUG DICK FINLJSY, Mffr. Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Boating 9 Bathing ^ Picnics THE CONNECTICU IGHT& POWER Cbi NEW CLASSES Write, Pliom; or Cull for Uullotin JUNIOR COLLEGE POST Highlanders Defeat Millville Assn. 'A six-run uprising in the ei{jh't! nninff last night, removed finj doubt from the minds of the Mill villu Association, us to who was the better ienm, when Milt Weiss man's Highlanders trounced th Millville array to the tune of 9-2. Prior to the eighth, the ganfc was n well played contest, witi excellent ball being playod by both .earns. Relief hui-Jer An Slauffer lad held the strong Hiyhlander iggregation well in hand, "until n thu 1 eighth, the Weiusmanmen ound the, range, and proceedec o knock Mr. Sluuffer out of the box. Hi; was relieved by Ken SLauf- ter who walked pinch-hitter Milt Weisaiiian but then srHtltd down and retired the side, UsahicwIoK, who started for Mill- vine, was lifted in the third when two runs were scored upon him. Tho taking of him out of the game seemed to be poor judgment as Chet is an extremely good in or out-flolder and packs a wallop at the bat; a quality in which most Millvillitc-s are apparently lacking-. Score by innings: Highlanders 002010060—9 11 0 Millville ... 000020000 2 7 2 Batteries: (winning team first), Owens, White; Usawiewic?,, A. Stnuffer, K. Stauffer, Crelan. Umpires: Shel'inskas, Shea. M-R Post Issues Softball Challenge -Adam Mengacci of the Mo ari-Rado 'post 'today issued" a chal- enge to all local soft-ball .learns, o engage his post team in soft- iaJl contests. He also said that he is cndeav- rmg to start a Softball league mong- the veterans' posts in the >orou£h and would like any inter- Sted veteran groups to contact im, at the earliest possible mo- nent. Junior loop Opener Thrilling Contest Pete Folcy's Junior Basebull season opened successfully yesterday rivornltik' when the St. .Francis Juniors defeated the Mlllvillfi Cuba, 1-0, in a giime in which only one hi; was gained. Mickey Broadrick pitched no-hil ball for the losers, but had the misfortune to have a free pass cvnibined with two stolen bases u.nd a passed ball suffer him to dc The )on<; run was scored b; St. ' Francis in the fourth inninf, when Dowling' walked, stole 1 scconc and third, and -then when a bal jjot through Mlllville CP.tohcr Anderson, , cumc home with the only run of the fame. Dowling also dis- :Uj)BUished himself on the mound allowing 'on'e hit, 'the only hit made in the ball game, und in pitching a shutout. A clotse play in the sixth inning, brought some of the Mlllville nlay- crs to .their feet, when they thought Roland was safe after hu attempted to dash home on a passed ball, und was called out in a close play at the plate, but the umpire ruling was "out" and that's the way it stood. Score by innings: St. Pranoia 0001000 —1 0 0 Millville Cubs ,. 00(10000—0 1 0 Batteries: (winning team first). owlirjtf nnd Farren; Erondrick and Anderson. Umpire: T. Moodv. St. Francis Vs. Rangers Amateur League Tilt Sunday Middlebury Team Defeats Rangers Staging a four-run rally in the' innJnR- last night, the Mid- dlubury entry in the Pomperaug .ong-un defeated the Naugatuck *anfws, 5-4, in a same played t the LakeQuasey ficlJ. The win- iiig run was sained by a squeeze lay. Rudy Sxczesiul was the victim of •ic Middlebury setback, while his a.ltery-mate partially saved face •hen he led his team-mates in ttnur. garnering a home run, the nly one of the day. Johnny Chap- n of BrJsto! hurled for the Mid- ios, al!oxved five hits, and struck tit II. Score by innings: Jiddlobury o 1 0 000 4— 5 6"> angers 1000J2 0—1 5 3 Butteries: (winning team first) lupin nnd Nelson; Grabowsld Szczesiul and Allen. ' Church Street Men Our. Choice To Perform Upsetf Victory JJy THOMAS KITZPATRICK The climnx (fame of the first, half play of the Sunday Amateur I.ettfi'ue will occur thiH Sunday, whi.-n the St. Francis team ci' bats with the leaffun-Je.'tding Ranjfurs. This will be the first time lh:a these two .equally strong teams have met in UK- league, and the result of this game will have a very important bearing on -the final standings of the first half play. The Kangers are, as yet, undefeated, but have been f-jrced to the limit several -timea in winning the league games they have won thus far. St. Francis suffered one defeat, at the hands of the Highlanders, who will ulso play Sunday against the las: place Millville team. St. Francis, though, were the pre-season favorites of many to cop the league, and even though they have- lost their ace hurjer, Red Mariano, through un unfortunate knee op- CTaf-.n which he was forced 10 ! undergo recently, there are many ' rooters who still lend their back- j to the Church street array and their able manager, Jim Kennedy "Doc"' Cui-ran, a good hurlcr n His own right, has proved him- jelf an able replacement for Marano, and when he and Ranger ace, .*udy Snczosiul, toe opposite nounds Sunday, a good deal is ex- jccted fixim both boys. We're going to venture out on a hmb I his week and risk our eputation of always pickling "sure lungs." and will choose St. Fran- cjs to peiform ,-,n this week. who ° SOX UI-JI.ICASK RUTLAND Eosion, July 32-- <U I')-Right- hand.r EiH *ua-,nd of thn Boston Ked fvox has bo<M, :•„•,.,,«,.„ on- option to the Louisville club of n c An ,r !can a ,ss,,cia!ion. Hu-H is the t.-Hiest ,,]..,y,. r in „ lean lo«KUf.. w ris rH^sr^ room for utility MloMia , 26 PC, Service for 6 LIFT TIME STAINLESS STEEL fi KNTVKS 0 J-X)KK,S C TEAS r, sow J Hl.'TJKR isueAn S9.95 Complete SCHNEERC *^CR6DIT JEWetERsW upset viclai-v GET A JEEP DELIVERY Vunr \VII.t.YS-llVKKI..\Ml l>ra|. LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. n', \\'a(*'rlMiry About 64 per cent of the army's Medals of Honor in V-orld War II were men in ground awarded combat, units. to ALCAZAR Today - Saturday The Bowery Boys "LIVE WIRES" Also The Most Tliriilin^ Sport of Modern Tlmos . MIDGET AUTO RACES DANBUEY SPEEDWAY Danbury Fairgrounds, Conn. EVERY SAT. NITE 8:30 p. m. 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TheaU'r Closed for Alterations Stirling- July 20(h Charles COBURN Tom DRAKE Beverly TYLER Hume CRONYN CESSPOOL CLEAXKU BARN" RED PAIXT SHINGM5 STA1.V PITTSBURGH PAIXT THE CREEH —2nd HIT- FREDDIE STEPS OUT Freddie STEWART June PRE/SSER GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STKKET (Across from City Bakery) Free Delivery Telephone **•• uaar CRH1TGL7 Hilarious ward Imp vise! The Screen's Most Sparkling Gem O/ Excitingly Amorous Adventure. Coy Musical Comedy enmsoo Bionoe DUNHI HI* MAUUON IIHDA CUtHIU ANN* « THE KING OF SUM Frances LANGFORD Ralph EDWARDS News ofthe' Day Official Pictures from BIKINI ATOM BOMB vs WARSHIP!

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