The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 28, 1977 · Page 6
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Football Practic^ Monda^Night —- -ropsTHEpRos r^T~i7s^"^2p Ktmaroff Pins Freeman Coach Foley Also Announces Formation Of Track Team Many Candidates Expected To Try For This Season's Team ' »Jy KI'INNV CI-YMKIl Peter J, T-'oley, today, roriiiested that nil football candidates tor the forthcoming high school season report to the rtrcrtmtlon Field at i> p, m. Monday, July 20. Coach Koley liiilil thr- team will hf.ve practice fvrrv Monday and Friday evenings until ichool opens In September. With a large number of eundl- tli'toii expected to shosv up for Mon- (lny';i 1,-CHslon, Coach f'oley plnns •to fluid oni; of lh« bent teams that the Orcyhoiind.'i have had In roe'jnt treasons, this year. During the last few years, although the local High school hns excelled In every other sport In which they have participated, their football has not been up to the ealhre as set by previous Kolo.y teams. This year, Couch Koley expects to bring them out of their slump, and he exp'etn to Meld a winning team. With such nvn n« Natowlch, Muriano, t.'snkle- wlc/ and Cuddy Ir-adlng thorn, the locals ace expected to nicU up an Impressive record during the forthcoming season. Coach [''oley further announced that lie IM forming a track team which wil bo enteitid In the track mnet, at MunVlpsil Stntllum Aug. Yi.. Already considered for thlstenm arc Kehust'-r, Alegl and Vin Hi-aly. About one-fifth of New Hampshire's total area Is under cultivation, Play Today Irene DUNNE Rex HARRISON DARNELL filCHElEID ' SEPARATE ROOMS SKATS: :fi.no, in.r.o, $2.nn plus tux rURTAIN: H:-l.". Tel. r.ltr-hrield KHI1 ^fn,•<t Wn-U: KOPK The local American Legion team will receive a chance tonight to cinch the local title and to advance Into the American Legion chain of tournaments leading up to the National tourney, when they play the Anaemia Legion team, at Ansonla. Since Ansonla defeated Seymour. •1-1 In the last outing of the two toa'ms, ii Naugatuck victory tonight would glvo her the title. A IOHH, and they would be back where they started with all three teams In a three-way tie. Manager Eddie Noldo expects to pitch Vln Healy with San Angelo catching. He further announced today that the boys would take the field this afternoon In their new uniforms, which they received recently. H. S. Girls Schedule Softball Games Bill .ISschenrcldcr, coach of the yli'ls' softball teams of the U, S. Rubber company, has sent a notice to the softbal! teams in his league. The notice follows: To Girls' softball team members: Our first game last Tuenclay, was rained out. However, we have another game scheduled for this Tuesday, July ",0, at n p. m, on Recreation Field. Lux Clock Company will be our opponents. On Tuesday. August 6, we will play Chase Brass and Copper- same time, same place. You arc urged to be present and on time. 13111 Eschenfclder, coach. CHILLS! 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All Sl/cs ALCAZAR NOTICE Theater Closed Until Further Notice for Alterations DANCING SATURDAY and SUNDAY NIGHTS LAKE QUASSAPAUG BALLROOM CLIFF SLATER AND HIS SENSATIONAL NEW 13 PIECE ORCHESTRA "MlKSlfi AS YOU MKK IT" ADMISSION GOc (including tax) luis Sorvlco to tlto I>»lto Steady, interesting work making our famous Kcds, Gaytees, and other quality footwear Now Available FOR WOMEN Apply at our Employment Office Rubber Avc. at Water St. UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Footwear Plant Naugatuck Conn. A 7FT, "PUTT ON T+< -HOL-E TO TOP THE. IN W1NMIN&- T+le KANSAS CITV •HE NOT OWkV BEAT SUCH -PROS AS HoS-AN,M <: SPA BUT At-SO HIS FOWMTZH <S-OM= THE <3REf)T Kemaroff Pins Freeman 33.5 Of Main Match Gift Presentations Feature Amateur League Games Highlander - Ranger Game Considered Most Important Of Season Gift presentations, between the first and second games of Sunday's Amateur League double-header will [enturc the day's proceeding*. President Frank Shea, In giving us a Blight preview of the gifts that v.ould be presented free to lucky fanH. said that this would be a weekly custom of the league from now on. He further announced that for the benefit of local fans. .. I-.-iud-spcakcr system would once again be used during this week's games, over which full details of the game beir.g played will be presented. The opening game tomorrow is viewed as perhaps the most important one of thenoarton, for the championship of the league rests on whom is victorious In this outing. The Highlanders arc combating the undefeated league-leading Ranger combine, who need tomorrow's victory to absolutely assure themselves of the first half championship. In the second game of the afternoon, St. Mlchsiol's Crusaders of Beacon Falls, will play St. Francis. Sf. Francis is favored to take the -.ncasure of their down-rivet neighbors, but the Crusaders may pull a few surprises. Game-time, first game, 1:30 p. m at Recreation Field, Thurston's Win Tenth Straight T'niirstnn'si Icemen resumed action after a long holiday lay-off nnd pro- needed to ruck up their 10th con- sec'.itlvu softball victory- by trouncing Behlman's Tavern combine 7-1. Bill Dunn again pitched n flnr game in holding the losers to hut three hits, as he nc-leheri win No. four with Thurston's. Boh Rucela, Bud Dunn and Ed Mariano led the Icemen's hit parade collecting two hawe hits apiece. Charlie Upright of Riwdon's twirled for ISehl- man's hut had a had first inning when he was touched for Cour hits and four runs. The score: Thur.iton'M -1 n J. 0 1 0 1 — 7 12 3 Bchlmitn'M . 000001 0-1 3 4 Punn nnd Plstcrclll; Upright and San Angelo. Umpire—Gcssick. SALEM PLAYHOUSE Sunday - Monday —-— ~~^~ Hunt Stromberg Jane RUSSELL Todny: "WIFE OF MONTE CRISTO" nnd "NORTHWEST TRAIL" Special Feature Today 'THE PHANTOM RIDER'' Injured Recently Mickey Harris, Red Sox jxce, who suffered n painful groin injury in. lust Friday's giimo, was examined hy a specialist in St. I.ouis yesterday. The full extent of his Injury is not yet known hut it is lie'licvcd that he will return to !i«tivc duty during next week. Hurrls* present record is 13 and 4. Highlander Lineup For Tomorrow Mill. Wcis.sman today announced us lineup for tomorrow's import- i.r.l Amateur Tongue contest against he Rangers. The lineup follows: John Norclby, ",b. Wally Armonailis, cf. G. OUlalrawsld. ss, r.nu Nordby, rf. Hank Swirski, Ib. C. J^ogai-ty, If. ,Jnt;U Gormlny, 2b. Mahaffey or Owens will pitch, •vith reserves Eddie jMi.vrtinail.ls and Sonny Gniaxdowski. Manager A'ei^sman \a unoertiiin as to who •.viil catch the contcKt. Yank Juniors Upset St. Francis Tn a game marred by errors the. Yanli Juniors yesterday set down the St. Francis Juniors, !3-3. in a Foley-lnop game. Both teams played ragged ball, a:; none of the eight runs were e--t.rnod. Score by innings: Yanks .'. ....... 0212000-5 3 3 St. Franeis ____ 0 0 2 1 f> 0 0— 3 !i 7 Batteries: (winning team first), Boettger, Claghorn: Dowllng, Alegi. Umpires: Healy, Hrcnnan. WATERBURY AMILTON PARK Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday's Results Boston 8, St. Louis C. . Washington 5, Cleveland 4. New York 6, Chicago 2. Detroit 4, Philadelphia, 3. Tlio Standing W. L. Boston 6727. New York ^ 37 Detroit W 30 Washington •}] •JS Cleveland «« 3t. Lou^ '' •' 39 ^g Chicago 3C M Philadelphia 20 64 ret .713 ,598 .r;r,7 .522 .478 .429 .306 .280 Today's Game* 1'ltcliern Now Yorlc at Chicago—Gettel (2- t) vs. Haynes (3-7) or Hamner (2- Philadclphia at Detroit—Marchildon (5-9) or Harris (2-0) vs. New- houscr (19-3). Washington at Cleveland—Wynn (1-0) vs. Embree (6-7). Boston at St. Louis (night) — Harris (13-4) vs. Zoldak (7-8). NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday'* Results Philadelphia 2, Chicago 1. Pittsburgh C. Br-ooltlyn 0. New York 3. Cincinnati 2. Only games scheduled. The Standing W. L. Brooklyn •>?> 3- 1 ) ^,L. Louis •• 54 36 Chicago 47 41 Cincinnati 43 ^ Boston 42 48 New York 40 50 Philadelphia .. . • • HS 48 Pittsburgh 36 53 Pet .011 .600 .534 .404 .467 .444 .442 .-104 Karatan - Walker Present First Outdoor Wrestling Match Of Season Combining a se.ric.s of tacklep and a i-jlling press, Ivan Kemar- off, 220 pounds, last night pinned Hoi-hie Freeman, 230, in 33,- r > minutes of their scheduled hour bout, iu-eeman, who had all violated nil known ethics in wrestling and aiso. a few not yet heard about, was roundly booed by the crowd, who urged Kemaroff consUinUy to go in for the kill. In the other bouts, Jean LaSalle of France. 180, defeated Al Farrino of Italy, 188; Stu Hart, 215, took a bout from Phil Middlekauf, 235, in 23.45 of their bout; and Phil Pierce, 220, defeated Frank Tcvka, 230, in 7.45. Male Waves Defeat Merry Morticians Pete Micle's Male Waves came out victors last evening, in a thril- Ing extra-inning contest with the strong Merry Mocticians defeating the Mites 3-2. Pitching was the stoi-y in lasi evening's contest, with errors and intense arguing at several points marring the proceedings. Pete Micle pitched for his team while Joe Healy hurk-d for the opposition. The Morticians scheduled a game with Bchlman's after lasl evening's contests. IITAILIJHED 1 til A PERFECT TRAVEL PAL OF A LOUNGE ROBE FOR MEN OR WOMEN —A FUSION OF NYLON AND RAYON —$20 Just as good a pal around your home to get some pleasure out of your leisure hours and as a positive aid to graceful lounging and relaxation. Richly hued, feather weight, soft and luxurious to the touch— takes no room to pack in your travel cases Today's Games, Pitchers Cincinnati at New York (2) — Heusser (6-6) and Shoun C-5) or Hetki (3-2) vs. Trinklc (3-6) and Schumacher (2-4). Chicago at Philadelphia (2)—Borowy (4-3) and Bithorn (4-3) VB. Raffensbcrger (5-6) and Hughes (17). Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (2) — Heintzelrr.an (6-7) and Roe" (2-7) vs. Barney (2-4) and Hijjbe (8-3) or yelton (0-1), St. Louis at Boston (night) — Brechecn (7-9) vs. Spahn (2-1). Tough Schedule Facing Millville The Milivillc A, A of the Nauga- tuclf Amateur League will travel to Watcrbury Saturday evening to cross bats with the strong T3rnss Ciy Esquires. This contest, scheduled for six o'clock, will be played at Hamilton Park. The locals are nt present riding a three game winning streak and hope to make it four straight at the expense of the home tenm. . Roland or Boettgcr will toe the ' mound for this contest with Crc- lan behind the plate. Sunday the charges of Manager Harry Stauffer will hit the road aagin .meeting the fast-stepping Kim City Rovers at New Haven. Frank Shilinskas is scheduled to hurl that contest. At the present, time booking manager, Al Brewer, is busy arranging a tough twilight schedule for the month of August, On Sunday, August 4. the villagers will travel to Prospect to meet the VFW team of th.it place. Compo To Fight lannotti Thursday Eddie Compo, sensational Now Hnven Hillhousc slugger, and Joey lannoti, former New Havener, now of New York, will collide in i.he Mtrht round feature bout of the Walcrbury A. C, card here Aug. 1, Promoter Georye Mulligan has anounced. Dnl.'i Kovach, local favorite and Al Henri, 185 pound slugger from Corona, L. I., will meet, in the semi-final while Jimmy Rogers. Bridgeport, and Al. Silvcrman, New York, will clash in ar.othor bout. Tickets for the bout have gone on sale at Mulligan's Restaurant, ant. 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