The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 14, 1977 · Page 6
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TAGTC 0— >'AP_OATTJCK XT/IVS (COXX.)'. SATUKDAV, -TCTT 20, 1MB Amateur League Expects Largest Crowd Of Season Highlanders vs. St. Francis, Beacon Falls vs. Millville PAUL1NE Prizes, Including 1 Nylons, To Be Given Away Between Games On" of tin- lai-K'iHt crowd.'! of the Hl'll.fGt! l« ftXpCCtflll tO wltlV.'SN Amn- tcur r^iiKiit 1 ofTurlnK.s tf>rnon-f/w nt lii.'ni-ftttlon Fluid. Tin- /n<;h- Ifindfi'.s will tanKli. 1 with St. Krandu ivt 1:80. uml St. Mlchm-l's of MI-II- r&n Falln will iiciuai'e ot't* with Mlll- vllln In tho nU.'htcap. Milt VV'!l««mnn In dccUirlnt; <>|»-n ly that bin tt.'iini will rt>i:l;it>'i- » vl<?- tury over the Churchmen, altlunml )m 1-nfusi'd to ri'vful .vhi-thci 1 Owi-m or Schllli-r would .Mtai-t on tin mound, St. FnmclH will tli.>|j(Tid on Lofty f.'urrnn'n nlant.t to rcfuto tint fharjfCM of Mr. Wolsflnmri. />ffty Miiruff I.H mill lost to the lint' f:on I''all>i club, lnu.-aiijii' op a sor<- /!rtj;<'i'. Ki?vl( will start Cm- tin- l''n.lU boy.i. Chet Lr.tkldwlc-/. and Ki-anU San Aru,''-lo will fni'rn thii Mlllvlllc buttery, tint] Al Krowoi- WMH conH- dent toddy thul' Monday's rmw.i- paper-i would ro|>nrl that tho Mlll- vlllf' hoy.-! wtiru no lo/wr the c''l- lar dw»ll«r.i. A feature at fiiindav'M pi-oi;!-am will >>u the drawing <>t prlxi-M in he awarded yunftat'ir?!. f/»'(i>ni" I'm.-il- dent Ki-ank Shea hd.i unnoiniPi'il th;it vnliiaMii !;ifN, liu-liidlii).; nylons, will bo jtlvun auay betu-iv.-ri i "Wkat'A I Uy Tho MAYOR OF MILLVILLB ColonleM of I'ortiiK'al c;oinficl.«!e nn area 'M tiniest greater than that of thu niuthei- country, and contain !.1 million InhnMcantM, WATERBURY BIG WTEK Claudcitc COLBERT John WAYNE WITHOUT . RESERUHTIOn DON DeFORE - 2nd MIT - BRfflBOO BIOHOE Fr»ncf* LANCFORD Rilph COWARDS WKOHMDAY msn 01 ion qucnrin ci/jtrfj LOCAL IfASKIJALL BUIEFS Iiecre:itlon Kli.-ld, Glut-. Full.s. ,Vcw York, v.'lll bt* tho scond of thi. 1 plnyii/T.H for tnu l-Ja.'itorn Status ArnoriCiin Lcf;io;i playoffs din-iiiK thu week of AuffUrtt 11 .. Nauwa- UIC-|('H Lc;>fion entry an- banklnx thirli- hopus on tho .strong rlfflit ui'jn of Vlnnlf! llcidy, Milt WrlHHtiuin has iinotlior plltth- ii>K "Hud" In I5iM-t Mflliiiirr-y. , .Thu loc'iil youth Is 11 .stlidunt at IJrldifi.- port Trade The lll(.;hlitiulcrK must win all tlie.ii' i-riualiilni; panics to stay In flic running to win tho first half tllli- In tli(. Frank Shiwi cli-culi." Hobby nowlinc, youthfiil fllnKor, fur St. PranclM, of tho l^'oloy Junior Loop, has thc> best "curve" ball In thy boroiuch f«r a youngster. Dow- l\nt! hii.s two Mhutouts to his credit at thin v.-rltinfr, diet l,'sl(|e\vlc/, of Jleilcon Falls k one nf the Imslcsl flinders III HII-HI. jiiirts Clint Iocs tho Klnh fin' three local chilis, and never plain* of n "j,'lnss ami." R- "i'.)iid" between the Millvlllo nine und "Kpik,,." DCH^IUI'H Grays is about tc "biii'.st" by popular do- i/iatul 'I'tiey will meet 'wilh no hold.-i barred) in the near future. .VltfliL hiis:'l)»)l i, mv inufei- Its "cnlr.v" IK.™, hi flic ncnn future nc-j ronllHK t" "S|i«'" SJiea. of tins Sii.-iduy Ai.n<.;i(.ciir ;,<>n«-(»v . .'TIs ninidivd that cd'orts urc iiwlcr win- to lirlny the fuinous House () 'f David to .V-iii^iiiuck flO.N'T HI-: SCRI'KtSh'n DKl'T.— K thi: Oriiys niovr Into tho Am.-i- i'iir r,oa;;ue, noxt yotii- . or If two local ii.| L ,,is niovu to the PomporauK and the RaiiKors win all the ri.'xt or their Kanips that Spec Jr., Is recalled by the Y.in- ees before Septombr, By jack sords Legion Team Meets Seymour In Important Tilt Today Baseball Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE Ywttenlay'H Itcsults Boston 6, Chicago 3 Brooklyn 8, Cincinnati -i ' St. Djuis, Philadelphia, rain Only (jumes scheduled T!te Standing St. Louis . .. Brooklyn .., Chicago Boston Cincinnati Philadelphia New York W. L. Pet, CO 34 .595 .VO 34 .CSS 44 37 .543 42 43 .494 ,'i9 -12 .481 3-1 44 .430 3(3 37 ,434 Pittsburgh 34 48 ,415 Today's Oumes, Pltr.bors Boston at St. Louis (Nitfht) — Sain (10-9) va. Bj-ecJieen (G-9) or W»hn 16-0), Brooklyn at Pittsburgh—Lombar- dl (9-4) 01- Hutten (5-8) vs. Oster- mueller (7-5). New York at Cincinnati—Voiselle (7-7) vs. Vnnder Meer (6-5). Philadelphia at Chicago (2) — Mulligan t2-2) and Humphries (0-0) or Stancoau (1-2) vs Kush (6-1) und SchmiU (6-G). Victory For Locals Carries Championship Of This District LeruHrtfj contendurs for the district championship, the Naiitfntuch An.. 1-Iuu.n LoKion team will arjun.ru OIT Lhi.s afternoon at 2:30 with Seymour, at Recreation Field. A win lor the local nino will eivc them the title, Coach Eddie Noide Is confident that hi» charges can repeat their action of Thursday when downed Seymour 0-0. The Nuugatuck boys will Ansonia. Tuesday. they 'play AMERICAN MDAGCE Yesterday's Result* Boston 9, Chicago 2. Cleveland G, Philadelphia 1. Detroit 10, Washington 5 Only games scheduled Tho Industrial League Action Monday Millville Cubs Win First Game The Eastern Malleable Inn will By KENNV CLYMER have a tmiuh opponent Monday eve- ' Tho .Millville Cubs came from be- InliiR. when thoy play the stronp ' hind yostorday morning to bent thp Boston ... New York Detroit . .. Washing-ton Cleveland . St. Louis . Chicago Standing W. L. 03 2-1 01 35 -17 36 •J2 -11 40 45 37 48 33 51 Philadelphia '.'.'.' 25 .57 Pet .72-1 .593 .506 .506 .4G<) .435 .393 .305' SALEM PLAYHOUSE I!. R. Rubber Kwiclts in an Indus- ti-lal LenKiio soflhali ^fimc at the Recreation Field. Joe Bei-no has said that he will ho out to take JUondny's contest from the liitfhlv i-.itcd Rubber-men, but Brownie Karaban, along- with his ace "Red" Stutzman, believes Yanks 5-2 in a Junior Playground IcaffU'.'. Mariano pitched one-hit ball, and n-as backed by the heavy hitting of Anderson und 'Mon;<aham to pi-ovide the Cub* their first victory. The Yanks jumped off to a fly- ins start in the first inning but (hat the Kwlcks u-i); omoro-c vie- '"" "' ''"'^ '"^<- i"><i"ii '.'ui toriotis in this ovoninfr's contnst. ! ri , liled to s f° l '' ! therca_fter. The Cubs In the soond ffamo of the eve ' ' Risdon Manufactui'ing- Today's Games, Pitchers St.. Louis at Boston — Muncrief !2-5) vs. Hugh.son (10-6). ChicaKo nt Now York —Smith (5-6) vs. Chandler (13-5) Detroit at Philadelphia—Hutchinson ('5-6) vs. Marchildon (C-8) Cleveland a-t WashinR-.-jn—Peller (1G-6) vs Haefner (.7-6) Shea Wins Another For Oakland Prank "Spec" Shea has won another same for Oakland of the Pacific C-jast League, hi.s ninth win in 11 starts. Shea set Los Angeles down with seven scattered hits Tuesday night while his teammate. Les Scarsella. hit a homer in the six-.h with the bases loaded The score was 4-1.' With a. vacancy in the Yank roster since the assignment of Ked Rulllng, veteran right hander, to the disabled list, local fans were speculating that Shea migh-t be recalled to his major league post. ' iSTABLIJHED I »| J IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTKME A MAN'S FANCY LIGHTLY TURNS TO OUR MEN'S TOILETRIES FOR PER FECT GROOMING. A morning shave, shower or bathsoothing: lotions, talcs, balsam scents, foamy, lathery pine and sandalwood soaps, and a man is in the pink the rest of the day sure of his position amongst well groomed men. Masculine packaging- in redwood boxes $1.50 to .$7.50. ASEBALL Munclpul Stadium Wilterliury TONIGHT — H:45 MIAMI GIANTS RASSCOS To Save .stick to it. 1 More jnul more poojile arc learnino- tho vnlm ninij i'or i'Jiunicia] suc-nrjly. UniJd n rcsi-rvc Jinul— protect; your laimly witii li,\v-cost. .S.-ivinirs tt:mK- l.ifo Tnsnrjnu-c, n conibin.-ition ih.-n will JiL-ljj'yon f.-a-c (h e iutnre villi confiuciic-o. AVo Avi]] help you work out a plan. IJ|JNBOIPH SCQTT.ANN DVOSAK .,,» IDCAB BUCHANAN .M RHONDA FIEMJNO also "DANNY BOY" LIICHFIELD [H'l'SlllltH Kiiinl N'iu'lil LITTLE FOXES SEATS: 7ric. $1.00, $l.,W, J'J.OO |)ltlM tlLX Tnl, Mtchrifkl WO Next Wc.il<: Hopiii-nt.i Kooiuti Sunday - Monday fiffiijB Also "HOT CARGO" will piny the Naupatuck Glass, and i will he favored to take .thu ineas- urf; of that a^-jfrefi-ation, Game-time, both frames. 0 p. m., at thu Recreation Field. DRAW Fall River, Mass., July 20—(UP) —Stcjvo Ketc-holl of Fall'River and Jonnny Martin of Rockpoi-t have battloii'to -a 10-roiincl draw. The bout rool; jjiaoc at the Casino last . also scored a. i-un in tho first on two walks and a single by Mona'frciham. The Cubs scored four 'more in the sixth to take the game. The HCoro by innings: Yankees ........ 200000 0 — 2 Cubs ............ a 00004 x.— 5 Mariano ami Anderson; und Hotchkiss. Umpires, 1-Iealy und Schuster Liebold Appeals Season Ban ALCAZAR TODAY Tlii-illing loo Hockey Story "GAY BLADES" ulso SWEEPING COMPOUND With Antiseptic Deodorant! SANZERI'J JO SAVINGS ST. -- Snvliii.-. Iliinl. m,U. G-0.').|7 Darryl F. Zanuck presents IRENE DUNNE — REX HARRISON LINDA DARNELL ANNA AND THE KING OF SIAM with I.KTC ,1. COH1J - OAI.K.SOM)I-:iJf!,\AUr) - MIKHAIL RASUMNY 01CNNIS 1IOKY - TITO HKNA1.HO - RICHARD I.YON 2nd HIT SMK HAD A WAY WITH MKN STRANGE TRIANGLE SIONK 1IASSO — rilHSTON FOSTER — ALSO LATKST NEWS — "Freddie Steps Out" NOTICE Theater Closed for Alterations Starting July 20th. FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. 10« South Main St, All Kinds of Trucklns—AshPS. Etc. Removed McNamara Trucking- Cc. 31 West Nimciituck Tnl. 8052 GET A JEEP IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Your \VII.r.YS-OVKIU,ANI> !>,„,,., LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. .... ,, = -' MnrrU.in Avrnur Off K«(<ln, nl: ,. ••I,,,.,.. WuliThiiir t'honii Wf, TCRBURY NOW Durham, N. C., July 20—(UP) — Mnna^'cr Nemo Liobold of the Lou- iMvillc Colonels; has appealed a decision by Minor Ltague President W. G, Bramham which bars him from basp.ba'.l for the duration of the current season. Brumhum, who handed out -the senl.or.co yesterday—one of the most drastic steps taken in minor HcactUf history--i-eveuJs that Lie- bolil and olliclals of the Louisville ulul) had filed their appeal wi-r.h the association's executive commit- Ii. LieUold was charged with striking American Association Umpire L'-on-e.st "Frusty" Peters in a game Louisville on June IG-th. When League President Roy Hamey let L.ebokl down with a five-day suspension and a $150 fine, the en- ra^ed umpire quit the loop and sent a written appeal for more justice to Bramham. Bi.imham immediately suspended Liebold for .the season. Cars Cullwl For and Delivered Our Complete Services Give You Carefree Vacation Driving 1 !! 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