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."PACE CK_NEW.'!{ (CONN.), TFJtinAY. JULY 10, 1WO Now At The Salem Largest Crowd Of Season Expected At Sunday St. Francis- Highlanders Contest Tops Amateur League Schedule Hlionilii f''lciuli;i; Mt'.irrcd with Ann Dvorak uiul Kamloljili Scott In the Ki'i'U-t wi".ti-rii "AMIi'iit- Town.' Highlanders Halt Grays Last Night Itftilml fi»n--fii: ;>itrMnjr hy Ili-i'l mr-rivim- or UK- ci-iivn. -I-:: i.-i-t nii-iit III Hi ''ri'.lliliPI |.'H-UI. .vr:iliiil'fi-y v.vi i in ,-i fururli afmt In flu 1 l.'i::f iiniin)f '.vhcn ttn' KntV,-! liml lln- (yinir i-iin an thin), with nun:' mil.. lli> vtniclt ,,111 Mi-Cnrm, C'liiillii'Jd und Miii-jitiv tn ri'llri' the nidi.-. nil.Mnj: fill 1 (hi. inchlnri'li.r.-i we., ./licit fiiii-nilry urn! .Fohnnv .Vurliv ' ;. 'Hill ivtjilu-! wns Hi.. tJniyM I,..n'l I : lift t .'ifrrfi n !-:<"(Ui. tiy iniiint:::: I lixliiunili-i : : | n a •• /| |, n ,| ( ; | ((l-HVll | H I) u u ;; |, ;; | .; Mi.hiilTi-y .111,1 Whili.; f.'auKlcId urn! 1'i'h il.i.:. 'Queen Of Cotton' •near 1 July 10-20 plll.'l tllX <"!r'KTAI.\ ,s :•!.-! Ti-l. l.ilfhfli.ld W Nnxt VVVt'l<: jViim-iUi. By All highways nnd byways will lead to Recreation Field Sunday us local baseball funs will be out strong to witness .the St. Francis- HlghlancliM- Amateur League tussle. This contest Is slated for 1:30 and will most likely draw the largest crowd of the year. At -this writing the charges of Milt Wcissmun are setting- u merry pace In the local circuit, They ai'O in second place only a full game away from the league- leading- St. Francis, who have beun play- j-r "Ir.-and-out." will depend or. Lofty Cm-run to bi-lnf,' home thc hannn. Thi; Church Struct crowd is ioiidud with good hitters and should yivc- thcli- arch rivals plenty of liuuble. >'o doubt thc Highlanders will bank their hopes on "Bish" Owens, although nt the las; moment Manager Wcissman may send Al Schiller t-> tin.. rubber. Both teams are expected to havo 11 lui-{,'0 number ol 1 backers, with a stack of "green-stuff" to place un their favorite. But your writer is Certain that this contest will be u cjuse one from tho Starr. Following the Initial contest local loiijTua otllcials, with thc help of several merchants, have made ar- lun^einents to Conduct a. drawing. This affair will be hold during- thu iiU'.-rmis.slan hets\-iicn tho yanies. Sovoi'n.' tlr.ft class prizes will hi k'iviin away at this event. In the nitfhrcap fur Sunday tho St. .Michael's club will swing- back I Into action ujftilnst the Mlllville A, A. Tin-.. Beacon Pulls outfit will be without Die .services of Lefty Mur- ci'f for thin yame. MuroiT is lairsins a sni-i! linger and will he out of ur-'liijn for snnii: time. Kevit will .-Jturt ;'or tho Falls. Choi Uskiewicz end Franlt San An;;clo will form the Millvillc battery. This pair ot youthful high school stars has ma.dc the Mlllville nine one of the most improved teams in tho circuit'. A win for thc villagers will brinf,' them out of tin; cellar. Opens July 26 Tickets KO on sale .todny for thc first of a series of -outdoor wrestling- shows at Municipal Stadium, Waterbury, .by Corpromoters Karaban and Walkciv.Thc season wilt bo ushered in Friday, July 26. Heading 'the bill will be Ivan Kcmeroff of Russia, who put 'on one of the -best matches ever witnessed in Waterbury,' at tho ,Ar-. mory, Included will be Stir Hard,; of Canada; Jean LaSalle,. Al Farino, Tom Mahbncy, Phil Middle- haul', •• Tallin and Hh-bie Freeman, Jewieh champ. Tickets go on sale todav nt Gene's Dutch Front, Halls' White Eae-It, Jeff's and Sullivan's SOX INSURANCE By Jack Sards Meeting Tonight Of A A Directors Thorp will bo a special meeting of the board of directors of the Millviijc A. A. lonight at the home of club president Albert Brewer, /Ulenon Kond. Milivl'He. This meoUngr is called for 7 p. in. Members -jl" ihc entertainment committee for Saturday's dance arc also urjfod to attend. Thn' following arc iiskcd to be present, Mark Jonas. Robert PairKcr, Harry Stuiif- fer, Joseph Daddona, Arthur Crean and Robert Mariano. Chaney Wins By K. 0. In First St. Francis Moves Into Top Junior League Spot MillvilleWins,"^ Shilinskaus Gives Up Single Hit a K. O. out Bob Baltimo re, , luiockod out Bob Gorman, New York, in 1:2S of thn lirst round of a scheduled 10 rounder last nigh-L at Waterhury stadium.' Willie Roach, 130, Wilmington. Del. di'cisionoil Vince Dull Orto, New York. Ernie Griffin, Hartford and Ccjlidfio Millrr, 17.) New York' fouijht to a draw. • Frank Koloy. 141, New Haven, de- ciaionud Leroy Haines, l-l-r. Vin .Mealy Allows Three Hits As Legion Tops Seymour Baseball Standings Local Entry Can Clinch Dis-- trict Title With Another Win Saturday Rubber Beats Chemical, 27-3 ''• r ^"^*'<^ 1 ^'*^^^**-^^^^^^^^^^^^^. / ; CHAPPIE'S ? TYDOL GASOLINE \ SEIiVICE S STATION 5 a-IX l!li||jf;i.; ST. TKJ,, .|«.')D 5 MiMIII.I.V.-, .MllTOli llll.N { DANCE Every Saturday Night f> \\ M. TO \ A. M. lit DUFFY'S HESTAURANT »"ATBli STUKKT Mmlr l:.v Thn Kimfiiift (i, 1. TlVJl.IGin 1 THIO .Al tin- l.lnim (.'lulls' Intnrnatlon- nl .Jiililli-i- In .I'lilluilflphin, J» u ,, Kdiiu ^'i-nHji. i.f MriJdiiili, ;MI.SM,, N iilvtiircil nfli-r shi' was chOHen "(JiH'i-ii ui 1 Cdltun" for IMG. (In- !! More than aven.uins their reversal of form Monday night, the U. S. Rubber Softball team pinned a 27-3 defeat on thc Chemical Co. nt Lake Quassapaug Tuesday. Ynckow.sltt and Tom Edmons hit home runs for the winners. The score by inn!r.'g.s: U. S Rub, . 2 7 3 0 EG 4—27 21 0 •Chemical ..0102000—3 Batteries: J. Celello and J Farror, Urat-ka and Terry. L'm pirns: Potrillns and Rubber more than made up for the defeat suffered by Chemical Firemen Plan Softball Game Monday night. Tho gnmo wns play' d at the luke and spoiled the out- Ing for tne Chemical boy.-:. Yackowski and T. Edmonds both hit home I-UTIS for the Rubber. The 'Naurratuck Fire Department All-Star softball lean: has arranged ti hon-.erand-home series v/ith the Charter r." mo c.? /ins-'onia, stai'tin/j next Tuesday niyht nt o o'clock at Linden Park. Another game' is schodiilod foi- two weeks later at Ansonia, Capt. Jim Grant has lined up Ray DccKan and Ed Gaivin as co- coaches. John Moroney IE slated to umpire. MIJ>G'KT K.-\CES Fi'csh from his vic-toiy in thc 300 mile championship midfl-ct auto race classic s taped ovp:r the Trenton, N .J., fairgrounds course last Vin Healy allowed only three hits and struck out six last night as the Kauffatuc): Junior Legion taRged 'the Seymour Legion entry with a C-0 defeat. The locals got. starred in thc third inning when Joe .Healy and Mai-k- ovic, who had been walked, scored on a \-y.\s double by Cui-tin. A single by George Schuster scored Cut-tin. In thu sixth Nn.usral.uck gathered three more runs on l-.its by San An- frelo and V;n flealy, a walk by Mascolo. coupled with a wild throw.bv Snymour outdelder and a long fly out by Stauffer. The lo- ca' 'nds made' three double plays. The score by innings: Naugaluck 003003 0—6 5 3 Seymour 000000 0—0 3 2 Umpire: Forst Naug-atuch plays Seymour hei-c Saturday at 2.-30 in a i-elurn fame. A victory in the Saturday | same will .,'ive thc Naugatuck team : the district championship, since j Seymour defeated Ansonia Tuesday I The Naugatuck Leffion will play Ansonin Tuesday. AMERICAN LEAGUE Vostcrday's Boston 3, Chicago 2 New York 3, St. Louie 1 Cleveland 7. Philadelphia. 3 Washington 1, Detroit 0 Standing W. L. G2 2-1 51 30. -16 36 .12 40 30 45 Chicago 33 00 Philadelphia 20 57 Boston New York Detroit Washington Cleveland St. L-j Pet .721 .593 .501 .•335 .398 .30V Sunday, Lon'Duncan, veteran small &.. **frw ^ A fresh coat of paint on the wood work and walla will make that room new againj And if you use the n'Rht paint, you can easily keep it clean «nd DC-W- looking with soap and water; We recommend fcflurphy Paints Extorloi . Jnf.rfp, Son Our IMTKO Stnclt of LAWN and GARDEN SEEDS also All Kinds of Fertilizers xoors rou OAUUKN u ml I.AW.V • SlIOVKl.s (lf,i, K and sliort liamllcs) (.iAUDKN* noj.;s ~ si C I'ltCNIN-f! SIIKARS Map] e St. Tel. 3507 SATURDAY and SUND^VY NIGHTS LAKE QUASSAPAUG BALLROOM CLIFF SLATER AND HIS SENSATIONAL NEW 13 PIECE ORCHESTRA "imrsi£ AS VOK I.IKK IT" ADMISSION COc (including- tax) lllJ.V SlTVll'l.' to till) l.lllui ALCAZAR Today - Saturday A Thrilling I mi Hookoy Story "GAY BLADES" also "Freddie Steps Out" car star will be cut to' duplicate s victory Saturday nlj-ht at the Danbury Speedway, when he clashes with an all star field of entrants Duncan will pilot the same mount I he diove ao brilliantly in the 100 I jailer nt Trenton. SI Miami Stars Meet Brasscos Tomorrow /iamboanga in thc Philippines hns the greatest area of any city in the world. Its area of 1.159 square miles is about equal to all of <be state or Rhode Island. Today's Games, Pitchers Chicago at Boston—Hayncs (3-6) vs Zuber (2-1) Detroit at Washington (Night) — Newhousor (17-3) vs Scarborough (5-3) vs Hudson (7-6). Cleveland at Philadelphia (Night) Harder (1-2) vs Savage (1-7; Only games licheduled. Airplane carrier High- made of wood. decks are Tops-in speed! MIDGET AUTO RACES [DANBURY SPEEDWAY Danbury, Conn. IEVERY SAT. NITE 8:30 p. m. . the Nation's B,.st Acini, Criiitclstiind $1,20 tux inc FHK.K 1'AltKING Special Show! Wed. Nite July 31st Kochman's Thrill Show l-Vatiirliijj Die HELL DIVERS! plus Gala Fireworks Display FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. l(Xl South Main -St. The famous Miami Stars, one of the greatest attractions in Negro baseball, will be in Waterbury tomorrow-night for ,1 contest with MET. Joe Samoska's Brasscos. The Florida aggregation is one of the top teams of the Negro Sou-thorn Aaaociation and boasts some of the greatest stars in thc colored ranks today. The team will show the famous "Hobo Hank," the Al Schacht o. colored baseball. The comic brings with him a repertoire of baseball gags which is sure to have the fans in stitches. NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Rosults St. Louis 5, Philadelphia -1 Cincinnati •], Bi-ooldyn 2 Boston 9, Cliicaso 3 Pittsburgh 7, Now York 3 T.'io StanclinfT W. L. 50 3-i „ • -19 34 Chicago '. 4-1 36 Boston .n 43 Cincinnati 39 41 Philadelphia 3-} -14 Now York 30 47 Pittsburgh 3.5 43 •Art Cj-cJjtn'H Toxas-LenjfUnr RCOI-- Ing- Hurry Stauffw from third, in the seventh K-IVC the Millville A. A. a well-enrned victory over the- Biith- Ichem ninii, C-C, ] as ,t night on Uv> American Legion diamond In Bcth- lohom, Fr.-ink Shilinsltaus hurled for th<> j locals pitching OIK: of the bust in'.imeo of his- career. Ho only allowed one hit, sli-uck out eight and was "robbed" of a shut-out due to several errors by. his tcnmrrm4.es. After n scoreless first inning the locals broke the ice with two runs. The visitors ran the count to 5-0 in thc third on -two errors, two walks and ShiiinsbauR 1 second hit. The home team threw a "scare" into Millville ,-„ the last half of thc third, Shilinskaus became wild in this franie but settled down to rike out Hoot. Buthlchurn's k-ad- K slicker. Bethlehem locked the count in the fifth when Crelan aurnnpted to pick a runner off third. His throw was wild and Root cume homo with the tieinR- run. Both teams fought on even terms until the top of .-.he seven;!] when Manager Stauffer opened with a bin^le to center, stole second, moved to third on Painter's sacrifice, and scored on Crclon's Charley r-jland saved -the day for the vjllar,er.s when he nabbed Heroux's drive to end the contest This play was by far the .'leldi,, K -em O f the day. Shilinskaus, aside from pitchim? a weal game, led both club's at tho Plate \vi;h two-for-three Jo>- Wi-r- enko got the lone hit for Bothio- The score, by innings- Millville .. .. 0 2 3 0 0 0 I-C S -1 Bethlehem 004010 0—5 1 2 Batteries: Shilinskaus and Crelan, Kaeei-g-lus and Werenko Umpires—Baxter- and Kitchen. Take 6-0 Contest Prom East Siders; Have Won Two Lost None With n . 0-0 win over ihr- Ras , SKlers yesterday, S t, Francis moved into first place in the Junior Baa*. ball I^.-.KUC on two victories and no ;lc»«jl». Bob nowli nK allow-d O n"y two hits ns h , shul out lhft ™<y Tamzky am) Schuster wcrn thc b |V fcLUmcn for .St. Francis while Brnnmm and Woooalcr were th7 only hitter, for th, )wlnK lDan * The r.coin by innings: St. Francis ... 0 2 0 2 0 1 1—f r East Sides ...0 00 000 0.-o' 2 i re—Vin Henley The schedule of future «ames fo). T,'? 1 .,^'' ancis V R Miiiviii^ A r July .{0-Aug. 20 r-XS^a? Eat ' !l SiUcs A - c - *»x. ASEBALL Municipal .Stadium Waterbury SATURDAY NICHT MIAMI .STAItS RASSCOS PICNIC JUGS ICE BOXES CHARCOAL GRILLS PICNIC BASKETS NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEAKY nUILDEVO TEL. 5212 SALEM PLAYHOUSE SWIM AT QITASSY BEACH LAKE (JUASSAPAUG C.H..VI,. CI.K.\NllST Sl-or IS' TIIK STAT Today - Saturday JULES LCVCT (,:c=rn: Yoi/il livo ... and you'll IOVD every Bun-fcorcScd icccmci of it I Si, Louis Pet. .595 .590 .550 .4SS .-1SS ASS ,434 ..115 - - ^-^— STREW IN MEET Jack Strew will compete today 'in the qualifying round of the 20th annual C. D. Noyes Memorial Invitation.' tournament nt thc Norwich Golf Club. Today's 'Games, Pitchers Philadelphia at St. Louis (Night) -Mulcahy (2-2) vs Brazle (2-7) or Dickson (6-2) Brooklyn at Cincinnati—Melton (0-1) vs Hetki (3-2) or Vander Meer Huston at Chicago—Spahn (1-1) vs Wyse (10-7). Only games scheduled. •UBrrtjip RANDOLPH ECQTT ..d ANN DVORAK »,k EDGAR BUCHANAN .« RHONDA FLEMING A JUtlS ITVIY PRODUCTION- Dlr. t ltJ b r SOWN U KAWK Anoclilf 7-MuMI-KCWRT 1 Cars Called Tor and Delivered Our Complete Services Give. Vow Carefree Vacation Driving 1 !! POUST'S SERVICE STATION 144 Rubber Ave. Tel. 4935 also BOY" All Kinds nt Trucking—Ashes, I 'Etc. 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