The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 26, 1977 · Page 6
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• ruLY 194e Wrestling Tonight, 8:30 p. m. At Municipal Stadium, Wby.^ Local Promoters. Karaban! W hIon will laat one hour, will bring _ ! two of tin: b(!Mt thi'OU'-l.oy.s of two | And Walker, Presenting; t . ( ,,, ru ,. lt , M toother, for while the] • Their First Outdoor Card \^^'^L TTTE,^ 1 Canadian*! In this rough hut ex- dtlng r:ame. Had Man Hiihn Frnctn.in ''-nd Big l-:<iv Tom Mahonr-y will bo the uts- HClers In the half-hour semi-Una! bfjllt, svhlch pronilscii to be Just CM thillllnir. If not more .-to thr.n tin- Montanari-Rado Post Field-Day P^ram_ExceUent Kovach Vs Wiley, Feature Exhibition Boxing Card At X:'!f> P. m. "'I. 1 - evening, outdoor wroHtllnt- will he rclnttwIiKT.'d to Wiili-rhury. whn-i I'.rownir Karaban and Kdwiird VVMlu;r. i-rr-snU iholr flr»l iHi'-d of the Kummvr swuoti. Tonlffht'M curd, tho rcxiilt of much pff:irt on thn parts <>'. the popular local promoturM, l» cor.Mldoivd as one of the flm-Kt that hits ever hceu noon In llil'i iirnii. Thr- foatr.n: cvvnt. with Iviin Ki'rnaroir and Htii il-ird, SALEM PLAYHOUSE Today - Saturday The ri'mulndcr of tho cai'J will hi-lnit Tulun of Poland against Phil MkUllokauf of Alabama and Al KIII-I-li-.ri of Italy vs. Jean LnSalli; of ii'tnnd'. K:ii-:ih,-in-Wiill<er have stated that thi-y arc at \vork now preparing th'-lr m;.xt cai-tl. thnt will bo pi-i:- yi-ntctl somtlme, e;i]-ly in Augu.st, Chairman Ralph Morello Announces OtnerTFeatures That Will Fill Day "NORTHWEST TRAIL" DANCE Every Saturday Niffht D 1', M. TO 1 A. M. lit DUFFY'S RESTAURANT VVATEK STKUI'IT Music I!y Tho I'Vimmm G. I. TWILIGHT TJHO By THOMAS PIT/PVMUCK DiiUi Kovach and Spec Wiley, both woll-known local henvyweighu wil! feature the boxing exhibitions which'arc going to be held by the Mf.-numai-i-Rado post as one of the high Mints of their Held day Sunday, August •!, chalrmun Ralph Morello announced today. The events which will begin a', r, p. m. will consist oi' five bouts, with Kovach and Wi'.cy in the foams e nout ihrhting the n rat throe- round exhibition. Following those, two ah'.c boys will bo well-known Joo Rossi, who will box Young Ckilo of Watcrbury, welterweights; ,Ioi' Madden of the borough vs. Billy Lunpr of Waterbury; Art Crcla.n, local | ex ALCAZAR Little Hof Brau 40li XOKTII M.AI.V ST. 'Al" and Veru lludrls, J'rops. "CHAPPIE'S TYDOL GASOLINE A N I > SERVICE STATION t» i:icinrti>: ST, TKI.. .i«n i { Daily Luncheons, Dinners > 'i and A La Carte Menu I J Full I.Ujunr I.loonsn \ ItOUKO UAMllf.KKS I IIITO Kriilay, Saturday J Thursday iitul Sundny i Open Daily Until 1 A. M. j NOTICE Theater Closed Until Further Notice for Alterations ******* *- -j; PLAY P O.OL On First Class Tables R & M ALLEYS 1.1(5 MAIT.K STmiKT BICYCLE SUPPLIES AT Cl'T-U.ATK WCICKS! ISANZERFS ^!,rK,«4 SAVINGS ST, 1)IA!, 5-OM7 | All Kinds of Trucking lite. Benioved McNamara Trucking- Cc. 31 West Natigatuck Tol. M)52 SANDY BEACH LAKK QUASSAPAUG HICK VINMSY, Mgr. Opon 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. r.»:iiing • Kiithlng • 1'lcnlcs Home Last for keeps! and to a home of his own Kvi'iy Mrrvli'cinun cir woman who h.'i.'i hi'iMi nill.Htrri'il out or Is uwiill- Unr dlsirhni-Ki', Is Mivllocl to stO|i In ill TIM'; NAL'GATUC'K NATIONAL HANK and talk over tho clottilla of n J-IOMK LOAN \nuler tho G. I. I.-HLT, OK RTOKTS. \i\y Int'ormiitlon or cnopcraUort we can Klvo In yours for tho ntikliiK- And you will find hcrr u sympathetic Intereat In your wants, Idcala, hopcji. Kememhcr, you may Uike yearn to repay your loan, thnt the interest rate i» low, and that In many cases eligible veteran;! may borrow a substantial portion of the purchase price of their home. This is the most liberal home-financing r'nn we have ever been able to offer. Call nt the bank and let us brlnfc your "castle in the fUr" down to earth! The Naugatuck National Bank 275 Church Street MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION middleweight of Millville whose opponent Us not yet decided upon and , the, Byrnes brothers, two youngsters who have fought hibltlons for several" local ornanlza- tlons at their outings. . Chairman Morcllo stated that outside of the bouts, un ctccuuivc entertainment program had been prepared with festivities beginning- at 1 p. m. A:, another feature event he stiile'd the Montanari-Rado post would play -ix 'softball gamo with the Florio post of Waterhury. There will be dancing- from t.he moment the field-day begins, with recorded music supplying the ncccs-sary instigation for those active I'cet, until 5 p. m. nt which time Jim Cordl and his orchestra will play dance music uiiLul the affair ends at 9 p. m. Another special feature the chairman announced would be Miss Kitty Triune, who sing's Sunday mornings over WBRY, who would give renditions of several songs. Mist-. Triano is greatly admired in this area for her vocaJ ability, and is coiiR/dni-cd by m«ny a.s one of the best singers In this avc:a. The boxing bouts have boon left in capable hands chairman Morcllc- revealed, with two Joes, Trlano and Rossi arranging and promoting all matchc.-:. Rossi is very, well known In state and loca.l circles while Joe Triano, who will referee the bouts, was, at one time, the Middleweight champion of the South Pacillc area doing most of his taxing in Australia, Ko said thnt a l.'irjjp crowd is expected to attend thc'affair nnd thul local residents who wish to obtain tickets, inny do sn, by contacting a.ny member of the MR post or himself. Electric ii'Lility companies of the U. S. spent $'I32.000,000 on new con- struclion in 59-12. • IMMEDIATE DKLlVEttY Voni' >VIl.l.VS-OVKltl..\NI> Di-illrr LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc, 2<1 Miirrlsun AVCPIIP Off lv\Hmn-r 1'lni-f. Wiiirrliiiry I NAUGATUCK SPORT {• & AUTO SUPPLY { "RUSS" WEAVING, Prop, j \Vlnslow Court Tel. 33<l4 > Al'TO F'AKTS SPORTS GOODS > r.ASBIJAIX SHOES, All Siws '.^*****r***-r+**<**+*f****+****r*^*+++ Action Sunday In Amateur League Milt Welssmixn's 'Highlanders will he out to avenge an early *tason defeat and also to perform the up*ct of the season. wTfen they engage the strong undefeated Rangers in Sunday's Amateur League contests -n the second frame of a scheduled doublehoador. St. Michael's of Beacon Falls will combat the highly rated St. Francis team. The Highlanders have been defeated twice .as have the St. Francis team, while the Rangers have lost none. Sunday's game is important in that, although the Rangers have lost none, if they suffer defeat Sunday, they will have to- play •i canceled game with St. Francis that It the Saints proved victorious, would result in a three way tie for the first half, and would require a play-off. It will be with that thought in mind that both teams take the field in Sunday's forthcoming contest. The Rangors are expected to cm- ploy their old standby, Rudy Szcue- siul, while the Highlanders will pitch Owens or Fredericks. The contest promises to be a, thrilling onu and many persons arc expected to attend. Baseball Standings NATIONAL T,KAGUK - 2, Philadelphia 1 <lnU. Philadelphia D. Pittsburgh 2 (3d). Brooklyn t, Chicago J. SL J.'JHis 2. New York 1 New York 6, St. Louis 1 Cincinnati 1, Boston 0. (1st). <2d). The Stnndlnjt Brooklyn Highlanders Victors Over Why. Team With Bert Mn.haftcy hurling five- hit ball and Wally Armonaitis and I ^j' Chicago ---Cincinnati . . Boston ..... New York . . Philadelphia Pittsburgh , W. L. r>ji 3-1 M 3<5 47 40 43 43 42 48 39 50 37 48 3f> IB Pet. ,018 .600 .540 ..WO .467 .438 .43,' .308 Today's Games, Pitchers Cincinnati at New York— Blackwell (5-6) vs. Gee (1-0). Pittsburgh, at Brooklyn (night) — r-feintxclman (0-7) vs. Lombard) (10-4). Chicago at Philadelphia (night) —Erickson .(5-0) vs. Rnffcnsbcrg- cr (5-0) or Hoerst (0-3). Only games scheduled. AMERICAN U2AGC-E Yesterday's Kcsult* Chicago 3, Boston 1. Washington 8, Detroit 3. Cleveland 9, Philadelphia 8. Only games scheduled. The W. L. Boston ................ fi6 27 New L.ork ... - ........ ,'34 37 Detroit ................ SO 39 Washington ........... 4643 Cleveland ............. 44 47 St. Louis .............. 39 51 Johnny Nordby slugging away, the Highlanders, in a twilight contest last evening, set down the Blessed Sacraments of Wa-tcrbury by a 5-1 margin, Armonnitis, who garnered two | hits, both doubles, turned in the | best play of the day, when he made n back-handed catch of a fly ball, in centcrfield in the fifth Inning. Frank Cos-tello excelled for the Sacraments. Score below: Elmaed Sacs. . 0100000 0—1 5 2 Highlanders . 0 0 0 2/)3 0 x—5 30 2 Batteries: I-.a Point and Switz: Mahaffey and Swan. icago Philadelphia 36 fil 2663 ret .710 .1593 .f)C2 .517 .•184 .433 .100 .292 2nd BIS WEEK Irene DUNNE Rex HARRISON Linda DARNELL — 2nd HIT STRANGE TRIANGLE HMfO-Frnlm WCDNECDAY men IROIH WATERBURY Softball Games Scheduled Tonight Two softball KJUTICS a'.'c scheduled -to be played in tho area to- li^ht. with both the Merry Morticians and their arch-rivals. Free Thurstor.'s Icemen, playing separ- ," ->pponcnts. The Mortys. sometimes known ,-in Ihe casketeers or morbid mites, nrc onfrnRfinK Pelc Miole'.s BtrnnK Male Waves team, while Free Thurston's talent stricken r.rray are enprap- inK Bill Schmelke's Behlman'r. Rushwn.cknrr.. Repeat that Inst sentence ns^in. Makes your tonpuc twist, doesn't it? Jiill Schmolke is a.ttcmptinff to ni-i-nnpc n. panic witli the Morticians for next Tuesday, Coach James Kcczczelunas is expected to announce this cvcninpr whether 'th« Mortys will take the bid. Today's Gnme-s Pitchers Washington at Cleveland (night.) —Haefncr (8-G) or Hudson C7-7) vs. Gromek (4-7). New York nt Chicago (night) — Bovens; (10-C) vs. I-opat (5-8). Boston at St. Louis (night) — Fcrriss (15-4) vs. PoUor <6-5). Phi!.-idolphi.-i at Detroit — Christopher (5-1) vs. Ti-ucks (10-8). Salem Juniors Defeat Hop Brook The Salem J'jniors took a rubber match yesterday morning when they defeated Hopbrook for tho second lime this week, as against one victory for the opposition. The Salem-mcn. led by t.hoir prize hurler, Mnlr.. defeated Hophi-ook, 6-3. Zdonick excelled in batting for the SrtJcm team. Grays Suffer Crushing Defeat The Mlddlebury nnsnbii.il tnsim l» one of the mont inhospitable In (.lie game today, wan the opinion of the NnugatucH Grays; today. The locals were defeated, by n. 12-3 mar- Bin, when they visited Middlcbury In.st evening, but a spectator, wbo we interviewed, Mrs. Margaret. Fceley, stated that the boy« were gypped, as she believed their batii h'nd holes In them. Score by innings: Middlcbury ... 0000300—1201 Naugatuck 200001 0— 3 4 7 Batteries: Chapin and Saloku.s, Fray; Tyburshi, Murphy, and Caul field. Siutzman Pitches Two-Hit Game ricri Stutxman pitched two-liit ball, Itiit evening, when the U. R. P.ubber Kwlcks dcfeatod the Bristol company, 3-3, in an Industrial League softball game. The U. S. team put (lie gnmo on ice for Stutzmnn in -Ihc sixld inning, when they scored throe runs Erisiol threatened n.nd scored one in the seventh but the mnrgin was too much for -them. Softball Game Of Year Tonight Captain Gary Grant's strong fire dcpartrnont team, will play the game of the year tonight nt 0 p.m., when .they engage tho strong An- ii;j. Hone c-ovnpnny in a Softball gamp at Linden Park. Tho locn] ten, who hnvc adopted Fran Galvin as their mascot, nro a star studded outfit, so their publicity irian.iccr tells us. Tonight's gamo will be played for n l-:rc of activated soda-pop. Both teams, at press-time Here's a finish that won't scoff 08 -and withstands hard wear u ivcJl as exposure to weather. Murphy Da-Cote r | iina m el Tho average net income of physi- I cians who arc genera! practition- ; s is $6,539 per year. Sc« Our Ijirgft Stock of LAWN and GARDEN SEEDS also All Kinds of Fertilizers TOOLS FOK GARDEN nnd LAWN • SHOVRI..S Clone and short handles) • GARDEN RAKKS • HOKS — SPADES ft PIUJNING SI TEAKS • GHASS SlfEAns CANS, Inc. Maple St. Tel. 3507 . ' SWIM AT QUASSY BEACH LAKE QUASSAPAUG C.K.JtT.. HIISNCB Uinl Dlrrct (n ncurh CI.1--NNKST Sl'OT IN Till! STATK Finest POIK« &md Li Conn! t 8 Dayton Rubber . , Mfg. Co. V-BELTS. Every Size of 1MO - 2MO - OMO Series in Stock! O'R f.o '0,1 a. .T i.. O N i. MILL SUPPLIES •POWER TOOLS •A 2,2 SAVINGS ST.. 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