The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 19, 1977 · Page 6
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Atchison, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 19, 1977
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VAOK B-NAKOATt'CK NEWS (CONX.), TUESDAY. .7TJr.Y23.1940 George Bernard Shaw at Ninety Kemaroff Vs Stu Hard Features Wrestling Opener Karaban-Walker To Start 'Summer Session At Municipal Stadium Friday Brownie Karabun and Edward Walker today announced the sign- Ing of Stu Hard, a staunch, highly ruled Canadian wrestler, to engage Ivan Kemuroff In the feature event of the summer opener, Friday evening, July 1!C, at Municipal Stadium. , Following the one hour icalure >>vent, the remainder of the curd Thursday In as follows: Semi-final, Tom Mahoney vs. Huba Freeman; Talun. >.f Poland, vs. Phil Mlddle- kauf of Alabama; and Jean LaSalle of France vs. Al Farrlno of Italy. I TREAT 'EM TO A COMMODORE WEEK-END Don't Ice uncertainty about hotel accommodations deprive you of that trip to Miinhiutiin this Summer. Kifllit now you'll Find rooms ut The Commodore more plentiful during ti« tiitltrpart oftht tt«tk. So why nut treat yourself ami your family co u #r.itul iiricl glorious weekend . .- . ii thrilling Tliursil;iy tlirouii'i Sunday liolidny in America's x'eattst "summer resort" city? Convenient comieainp, rooms arc available for family >;riiups. Just write or wire us titst, us far in advance as you can, DolightluHv ulr-coolnd resluururiis, ^^ HOTEL COMMODORE YORK'S Bur ioc/ireo HOT<»." M»KTIN 1W1IXT, P'llUlir * HiOMTtr GRAND CtNT««( 4*y AlHUHIl TlAMIMAU I ALCAZAR NOTICE Theater Closed Until Further Notice for Alterations PLAY POOL On First Class Tables R & M ALLEYS IB,'. MAI'I.K STKKKT SALEM PLAYHOUSE PAULETTE GODDARD STARRED NOW AT SALEM PLAYHOUSE "The Diary of a Chambermaid." one of tho most on'.crtnlriinft lllm.s -,f iho cai-ly Spring season, Is now •it tho Salem Playhou:-.* thKitor for throe days, through United Artists roluuftrv ft I.H u Benedict 7io«cnus IHi-m^ntatlon of the popular French romantic nnvcl of the aumu title by Octave Mli'boau. 'in u top starring I'ole in the film 1.4 I'ttulutto Goildiml, contributing a t-uy unil charming portrait asCelcs- tinu, tin; chambermaid whose ar- clvfil ut an imposl:»L' chateau In provincial Franco, elrca 1885. pre- olpltnti'.i a stlrrlnir drama hl«h- llghtud by u 'atrango and exciting romunce. Hurgi;sw Mcroillth. who collaborated with Mr. EorKoaui on the production, ,'ilxo pluy'.t u ata-iTlnff part, ttua.of thu «uplUfriinurian retirod unriy oHIccr- C;ipt.''M(, and In- vuxtii It wltli such delightful, sly Hncsfc one ti-mporarlly forfrets he J.M mill llNU'd In tho ranks of romantic Htui'H nnd places him, instead, at the top of tho lint of our mo.-jf outstanding (-.-huractpi- nctors. Othci'." In the Utiii star roster nre ftui'il MattUild, who created a snn- Million last soui-on an "Dorlun Gi'ry," arid Francis Loderer, play- In gills IU';it hcmy rolo on the •tcreiiii. In tcjp featured inlcs we Unil .inch muno!; us Judith Andor«on, famous foi 1 her ncvor-lo-bo-for- gfitti't) dmi'urUurlz.'i.tion ,jf Mrs. Dunvui'H Jn "Kcber.crw" Florencn Ijiitiin, 4'tuL'innlil Owen and U-cnn llyan. ASEBALL i>Iuiu:l|jliJ Stadium , Wut<Tl>nry »M p.m. NKW YOKK CUBANS RASSCOS ait BICYCLE SUPPLIES AT CUT-KATK J'KICKS! '. ANZERI'S S^'Ki'S SAVINGS ST. DIAL 0-0*17 IVAN KKMAKOFF Ivan Kemaroff, a typical bad man of the wrestling game, is considered one of the best in the nation, and his touted prowess does not all evolve out of u publicity agent's buildup. Follow wrestlers have ex- preused fear, when facing this tough Russian customer, and It is expected that he svill thrill the ci-jwd in this week's opener. His opponent, Stu Hard, although not us well known in the United States, ia one of the better known throw- boya In the country North of here. Hlsrecord Is admirable and thusly, although we will string along with Kemaioff, makes it hard to actually pick the winner for this feature event. Huba Freeman, who will wrestle 230 pound Tom Mahoney In the guml-l'inul, is .perhaps the most well known wrestler on the card, having given the local wrestling 1'nns thrills, in the past. Michael Broadrick's Pitching Amazing In an Issue of last week's NEWS •there was an article concerning two youthful pitchers, Bob Dowling and Bob Wooster, concerning their records as strikeout hurlera in the local junior leagues. Over- Ic-jkcd in this piece is an Individual whose prowess perhaps cx- ccuda that of the other 'two, It was learned by THE NEWS today. This rernui-kabie Individual is Michael Br-oadrick, pitcher for the Millvllle Cuba, who, in the last four games has struck out a total of no less 'than 52 men. With all of those contests being r.o more than seven innings In length, It brought him a grund total of 52 strikeouts In 26 Innings of pitched ball. The I'ocui'i!, we felt, was an admirable one and deserving recognlllon. FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAV or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. JOfl South Miiln St. Today - Wed. - Thurs. iKomxficf PAULETTE GODDARD BURGESS MEREDITH HURD HATKIKLD FRANCIS LEOERER CiirH Citllnl 1'or uiul Dtllvvred Our Complete Services Cilvr! You Carefree Vacation Driving! ! POUST'S SERVICE STATION 144 Rubber Ave. Tel. 4935 LIICHEEID •' presents ' ' ' ' Opening Night Separate Rooms . July 232-7 SEATS: 7!JC, $1.00, $1.50, $2,00 plus tax CURTAIN SMfi Tel. Lltclifleld 8»0 All Hindu of Trucking— Etc. Removed McNamara Trucking Co. 31 West Nuiigutuck Tel. 3952 GET A JEEP . 1MMKOIATE IJEmVERY VIIIIP WII.l.YS-OVKKI.AND »c«lrr LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. S-t HiirrlMiiti AvcniM* llff K.«cliinijci< I'liirr. Vt'uli'rhury SWIM AT QUASSY BEACH LAKE QUASSAPAUG C.U.AI,. 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Ralph Klnnr/who has already belted 16 hom-e runs this year. .Kiner and the Phil's Dal'EnnU "re-bat; •Ulnft It out for 'Rookie of the Yeai h °" S °pe S c""shea is pitching such brilliant ball with .Oakland of. the Pacific Coast League ••He'Is actually hurting his own chances of..return„* to the N. Y. Yankees.this year The reason? Well, Oakland and San Francisco are engaged in a bitter 'struggle for first place .and us we sec it now the Bronx Bombers will not recall the local hur.ler unless they get much closer loathe high flying Boston Red.Sox, or ..unless Oakland drops completely out of the- Pncitlc Coast pennant chase. ••Spec" htid won nine and lost but twice at this writing and Oakland was a. half game out of first place In the league. 13 games ahead of the third placu Los.Angeles nine. .. Missouri school teachers have beon protesting "Dizzy" Dean's bad .grammar used during, his' daily 1 baseball broadcasts, "Di;:" you know i is airing the Cardinals' and Browns home games In St. Louis. Some of ! the commentator's favorite expres- ' stems ore: "Marion thowed Reiser out at. first," and "Slaughter slud safely into second," The tenches claim such grammatical errors are i having a bad Influence on their pupils. Dean's only comment is, •Teh,'tch T was never learned any better". Tom Harmon, formed Michigan All-American footballer and Air Force hero, has. a new .tsvo-year contract with the ' Los Angeles Rams of the National - Football League. Harmon was traded from the Chicago Bears who think that. Tommy has been away from football too long (over five years) to help them much anymore.... Speaking of football, we understand that many coaches think Notro Damn will have the best eleven in the nation this fall und will beat Army! They point cut that the Irish have four deep in-every position including many stars from former service teams. Incidentally, all poor Army has loft Is Blanchitrd, TDavis and seven other regulars from their undefeated 1940 squad. Well, they might ba able to salvage a couple of games, hiimmm? This columnist, along with some I other local sports enthusiasts, is Advocating a "Borough Softball Series" to be held at the close of the "Y" Industrial League. It would pit. the leading teams in the Dusty Loop some of thr : luacling Independent clubs, such us Thurston's Icemen, Merry Morticians, Clarks, and teams from Union City and Beacon Falls, All those In favor say 'Aye,'" FINE COMEDY IS SHOWING NOW. AT STRAND THEATER A lady who stowed away on a '..rain without ticket-or reservation ,ln order not to lose sight of two Marine flying officers, is the central figure in Mervyn Le Hoy's bright new comedy, "Without Reservation." Cla.udettu Colbert and John Wayne arc starred, and Don De Fore heads the supporting cast, now ut the Strand theater, C. J.'s have n nnmi: tor this kind of lady, They call her a "Bottle." But Miss Colbert, who plays the role. Is not a""boetle" in the picture. Actually she's a lady novelist on her way to Hollywood in connection with, the filmlnir of one of her. novels. She meets" Wayne and De Fore, on th£ train and she thinks the former "would be ideal for the part of the hero of her picture. She finds.they have reservations on different trains out of Chicago, and that, is why she stowed away aboard their train. However, the Pullman conductor thinks she's a beetle" and after a. rioCouu escapade in the club car he's certain of It, .and puts her off the train. The 'Marines are chivalrous gentlemen ,and rather than desert a lady n distress they join her. Their subsequent adventures in a second- mnd' car which, frequently breaks down make for solid and continuous laughs. , , Little Hof Brau 400 NORTH MAIN ST. "Al" nnd Vera Budrls, Prop*. Daily Luncheons, Dinners and A La Carte Menu Full Liquor License RODEO RAMBLERS ' Here Friday.-•Saturduy , MATTY SHEEHAN Spoclul Entertainment Tburaday iuid Sunday. 'Open 'Daily:'Uhtil..l A. Mi- 2nd BIG WEEK. Cliudetle COLBERT John WAYNE WITHOUT jRESERUflTIOni DON D«FORE —. Slid HIT -— lenmeoo BionoEj f.r»nc«» lANQFQHD, League Leader, But Good Ted WHIinnis leads the American league today in practically every ' dopurtmfnt except stolen bases. And perhaps the only reason he Isn t tois in that category Is he hits a bull so far there aren't,any bases left for Him to steal. The Uid came up with seven.lilts In nine , trips to the plate by way of leading the Red Sox to victory over the fit Louis Browns In a Sunday doublehea<ler. The Sox won, the opener C to 0 and took the nightcap l>y a 7 to 4; score. Williams tiirneci; in »'. single double, triple and home run to hit a cycle In the second-(tame. VETERANS CAN GO TO SCHOOL ABROAD- CHECK YOUR NEAREST V.A.OFHCE FOR Baseball Standings NATION AT, LEAGUE Ko games yesterday. TJie Standing Brooklyn .. St. Louis . . Chicago .. . Cincinnati . Boston New York .1 Philadelphia W. L. Pet. 53 34 .009 53 34 .609 47 38 .053 41 43 .488 42 46 .477 37 -!9 .430 35 47 .427 .400 Pittsburgh 34 51 Today's Games, Pitchers St. Louis at New York—Brazle (2-7) or Barrett (3-2) vs. Koslo (109). Chicago at Brooklyn (night) — Wyr-e OO-S) vs. Higbe (8-3). ! Cincinnati at Boston (night)— Walters (C-2) vs. Lee (7-0) or Wright (6-7). Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (night) —Strincevich (4-8) vs. Rowe (94). Servo-Ray Jonst Stadium, Sept. 6 By THOMAS FITZPATKICK Uncle Mike Jacobs seems to have had a change of heart, or perhaps, since he has entered the 90 per cent income bracket, the urge to become a millionaire quick has left him. Ho surprised everyone late last week when he placed a S12 top on the Marty Servo-Sugar Ray Robinson bout which will be aired at the Yankee Stadium the evening of Sept. Gth. Such a low top for a championship bout has even made the critics of the recent Conn-Louis fiasco remove their flngors from their ncses long enough to take a look at present doings down at Jacob's Beach, and see what caused the sudden change In Uncle Mike's attitude. Actually Al Wnill, boxing promoter, ie the one responsible for the new fairly reasonable top for the bout. He figures the lowered gate is sure to attract a multitude of suckers who although they cannot afford a championship affair for a C-n-ote may be able to AMERICAN LEAGUE No games yesterday. The Stundlnc • W. I* Boston 65 25 New York K? 36 Detroit 49 37 Washington 4442 Cleveland • • 41 47 .St. Louis 38 50 Chicago 34 C3 Philadelphia 26 CO Pet .722 .596 .570 .512 .466 .•132 .391 .302 Legion Juniors Travel To Ansonia Tonight Today's Gome* Pitchers Bo.-non at Chicago (night)—Harris (13-4) vs. Grove (4-8) or Dietrich (3-3). NewYork nt St. Louis (night) — Eonham (3-2) ve. Galehouse (3-7). Washington at Detroit —Newsom (G-S) vs. Newhouser (18-3) or Trout (S-8). 1 Philadelphia at Cleveland (night) — Marchildon (5-9) vs. Reynolds (0-10). s Brasscos Vs. Cubans Stadium Tomorrow The New .York Cufi.-ins ,of tlic Nerro National League will furnish the opposliton for Mgr. Joe Snmoslta'a Brasscos tomorrow night at 8-15 at the Municipal Stadium in the first of three lop engagements to be played within a week's time. The Brasscos oppose the original House of Duvld in a return engagement Saturday night and will then oppose the Pittsburgh Pirates of the National League .V.-;nday evening at 0:30 in a twilight exhibition contest. The Cubans nosed out the Brass- cos, 3-2, In a thriller here a month ago' but MET. Samoska hopes to even the series -tomorrow night. The local mentor has nominated MikeKissko, Torringlon curve ball pitcher as his mound selection. Kissko save up one hit in two innings agraJnst the Phillies three weeks ugo, then followed up wilh a brilliant performance in dropping- a 1-0 thriller to, the Black Yankees a week ago. Mgi-. SamoBka figures he's just about due for a break and will pit the j-jung right hander against the New Yorkers .tomorrow night. Hop Brook Avenges Morning Defeat . .Uop Brook playground gained partial vengeance over Salem playground, yesterday afternoon, when they edged out Salem, 2-1, in a baseball game. In a morning softball contest, listed elsewhere on this page, Salem had defeated Hop Brc-jk, 9-1. ' Foy, of Hop Brook, led the hitters with a tiemendous .triple that had an important bearing on the game's outcome. Both hurlecs pitched well, allowing only tc-n hits between them. Score by innings: Hop Brook... 01000100 0—2 G 1 Salem 00000010 0—1 -i 2 Batteries: (winning team first), I-Ivjp Brook: Shiva, J. Sczacz; Salon, .Coffey, J. McCann. Salem Defeats Hop Brook Juniors . By KENNY CLYMER In a Softball game played yesterday morning, the Salem Juniors •sparked by the no-hit hurling of Mala nad Matos defeated the Hop Brook Juniors by the score of 91. The run which the Hop Brook aggregation garnered was unearned. The fact that Sulem used two pitchers to gain their no-hitter \v:iJ5 caused when enough runs wore accumulated by the strong Mead- ow-streetera to allow them to bring in Mutos. who proved equally as g'iod as his team-mate in setting down their Hop Brook opponents. Score by innings: Salem Jr.s 3001032—9114 Hop Brook Jrs. 0000001—1 05 Healy-San Angelo Probable Batteries In This Evening's Contest The American Legion Juniors travel to Anxonia tonight for the most important tilt that they will huve played 'thiiKfur in their young ueonon. The IOCII.IM, who will be favored to emerge victorious from tonight's affair, need this gume in order to advance along towards their eventual goals of the state and national finals. The Noldc-Cowan combine had been fairly successful with their team until last Saturday. In two innings, errors look away the locals' temporary chances of cinching the local title right there. The runs which were scored against them were all unearned, but stil! it's the final score that counts. It is expected tbat Manager Nolde will rely upon Vin Healy again to toe Ihe mound while San Angelo, one of the busiest catch- I.T.-J in this area and one of the best, will do the duties behind the plate. It is not known who will pkch for Ansoniu although it is believe dlhat Littlejohn will not, as that poor individual was nickud for 17 hits when those teams first met July 33. I VACATION IS | OVER! ! » Let Us TakM Car.? of That PHOTOGRAPHIC j WORK \ 'NOW! ! | ? Closed Mondays During J 5 July and August > | Thibodeau Studio \ i Neary Bldg. Cnurch St. 1 Esai* swing the thing on 12. bucks. Incidentally, just in case you can't get away the night of the big affair, we'!! tell yon who will win. Mr. Robinson, who huis waited so very long for the opportunity is a cinch to take the welterweight crown. aw:iy from his less -worthy opponent, Servo. Let's hope that Marty's "deviated septum" has improved so he won't have to call off. this bout us well. One begins to think that the worthy champ m slacking. 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