The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on April 29, 1977 · Page 6
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Atchison, Kansas
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Friday, April 29, 1977
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ft—XAUOATtfCK NKWS (CONN.),_MQNPAY. JULY 29. 1046 Headed For Canadian Shrines I-rlor to th- ctiirt of;.' <>' faith t« Cmu.da's sue.rcd *lirln«M four of 75 Invalids rniiKlue the trip inv shown durlnit uoiy MIINM ut St IVU'r's church In ClilfiitfO. Shown un- (loft to right): Mr*. Vrunf.eH Urldn, JnaUton. S. !>.; Mrs Mury Glllliin Cr^ton, Iowa; Mury KHIuy Wlniii'i-, S, ».; mid Mury Kllcn Kitlly uT ftlurcus, Iowa. It wiis Alury' Klfcii who luxplrcd ttic Jmifni'y. (liit^nmtlomil Smiudiihoto) St. Francis Playing Millville Cubs Condi A] Urcwer'K Mlllvlllo CnliH will 1)0 unt lo K«l b:icl( Into llinlr winning wuy.'i tonmi'row morning, v/lii'ii they »lm"k up iu:;iirKtt a utrontf Kt. l''unii'l.-i nini' '" •'> I''"l''.v loop eonti'Ml. Rt.m'JlnyH, Kiil^y-I.tim:"' 1 l>c'k>w: K«.-.t Ski" 1 !. 'Wuii i.', lusit I. MC. Prnm.'iM. Won :;. lunt 1. Alillvllli!. Won 1, lout 2, YimUii. Won 1, lout 2. HUDSON HAf-KS — SKIIVICK Ommil Alitmnollvn JCe|inlM B-M MOTORS INC. BO-H2 SOUTH MAIN ST. SALEM PLAYHOUSE TONIGHT -.._. Hun) Jane RUSSELL • Louis | Thursdays Bouts To Feature Compo A trc-it Is in ntorc for all local ( ,,Kl Wat.'rbury funn who view the n»rht card, which Goorgt! Mulligan hii.M |irep.'ireil aru! in continuing to (jrupuru to Do KttiKfd Thursday nllfht at .Municipal Stadium. Thn fctiturc hout. will bring to- t'l'thdf. two of lhr flauhU'Ht fcath- .•'[•wuights In Ihfi busilnc.i.s. wlien Kddlr C'um])o, Misnsullonul young• ili.r ri-oin Nesv Haven. combatM mi ex-Kim Citylto In Joey Ia;i- r.'ittl, now opL'i'ating out of New York. Cornpo, who htia won 20, !t»:t one and itngugud In ono draw In r .'.H Ht'ii-t.t, won a close clucl.-iion from liiM older opjionunt in their i'li'Mt mutch .si.'Verul months ago. fn other hotitH, Dula Kovach, Wut'irbur.v heavyweight, rneet.H Al Hem I of Corona. Long Island, in •i dlx rrjundirr. while Jimmy P.og- nr.i nl' Bridgeport colllduH v/lth Al iiUvcrraan of the Bronx. Two fur- thi-i bout.-: will be announced In tin: near rut urn by promoter Mul- Utran. TIckctM for Thursday's fight card may ho purchased In advance at Mull'.'.in ri'n l-le.ttaurant, Phyonlx av- i nui', Watorbury; telephone ;i-D7B9. SWIM AT QUASSY BEACH LAKE QUASSAPAUG C.ll.M.. MII-.TO Knit lilrrcr in l!i fi SCUT IN Tllli STATH Tues. - Wed. - Thurs. CIAUODTTU! JOHN COLB52KT • WAVME i" MERVYH LiROV'3 i,. 0 J 0 ci,on ui C. .,,. DON DeFOfit • c.»j,.,j », j(s:f i IAIX HAVING TROUBLE WITH YOUR CESSPOOL? USE Starco CESSPOOL CLEANER NO BOTHER — FUSS or SHUTDOWN RSUEVCS CLOOG6D OR SLUGGISH CESSPOOLS SifTK: TANKS — DRAINS ELIMINATES ODORS 5-.IO.25-50-100 Pound ConUineri SOLD B Y Naugatuck Lumber Co. All KlndM o/ Triickliij.'— Ktf, llcinoved McNamara Trucking Cc. 31 West Tel. 3052 2nd 31G WEEK Irene DUNNE Rex HARRISON Linda DARNELL — 2nd HIT STRANGE TRIANGLE HMSO-trii<ai> /OIK* WZCNESBSY Jena «6W 1 mEII FHOHl CBECTCUV MANY NEW ITEMS In Our GIFT DEPAPi-TIflENT NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NKABY TEL. 5212 Steady, interesting 1 work making our famous Keds, Gaytecs, and other quality footwear Now Available FOR WOMEN Apply at our Employment Office Rubber. Avo. at Water St. UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Footwear Plant Naugatuck Conn. Wi$niewski Loses Game By Team-mates Errors GOING UP! By Steve Bishop on ng Thrilling Double - Header Played Yesterday In Amateur League Thft N.iug-utuck- Highlanders are -ichfdulcd to file protest today un the victory, yesterday, of the Rang- di'a over them. Milt Wolssnmn, who told Umpire Bill Lee, that he was protesting after Lee made a vital decision in the fourth inning oti a play, thiit would'vo meant two rum* for the Highlanders. (The final •••• wns -1-^ in favor of the Rangers.) . ,ior t-j the game the two teams nud agreed that any ball that was hit into the bushes went for an automatic double with the man first If there was -one holc'.- up on third. With Nordby un huso in the I'oui'ih, Swirnki hit t. grounder out over third base. Vltp jlnnnskius came in rrum leu tieiu :o fluid th« ball but misjudging '•!• when he bunt down, and it scur- riucl through his lugs Into, the bushes, on what we termed a single and •.in uirur. wiving the runner everything he could get, and nullifying tliu rulu, us it was possible: to slop .he ball from entering the bushes. Due to the extreme importance of the game, Manager Weissman :ia.i decided that he will carry out hl:i and will prusiint it to the iJL'Opur league olllciuls'today. Jn the .second game o( the clay, an unexpected 'thrilling contest en- sur.'d, when the St. Francis Amateurs barely edged out the St. Mi- cluu.'l's Crusaders, 3-2. The liucldt-n spurt of HtrunEth shown by Beacon Fnllfl was mainly diu- to the new pitcher w-hleh they have ami will have for thp remainder of the season, Raymond WIs- nluwstki, Ray, who has hurled minor league ball held down St. Francis very well, but the team behind him did not fully cooperate as t'-.vo of Ihc three runs scored by their opposition were unearned. "Doc" Curran who opposed the ne\s' Crusader ace on tile mound also excelled, allowing only six hits striking out ten and sharing hatting honors svith Slugccer Gui'goniii. The Crusaders drew first blood in the Inrjlng, when Cuvrnn, off to ;i shaky start, walked Mike Plsani ,who stele second and crime romping home on Natowlch's triple, Ms; only hit of tho day. St. Francis was quick to tie it up In the second inning when Huccia. got on baiie nflcr striking out, the ball going through the catcherfor a passed ball. Taking advantage of this miucuc. pitcher Curran smashod .iut a double to left bringing Ruccio homo. St. Mlchaoln went ahead !n the lil'th, on a double by Mike Pisani nad a single by /^ukow.tkl. In tho sixth, a triple by Cargonla with Mariano already on base once mere knotted the score. Krrnr Cleans Victory With the scoie tied the two toumu went into extra innings. Tn the last of the tenth, with one away, an easy grounder was hit to Mtilinsski. on third base. -Mulinski made a bad throw to first base, on what should'vc b.ocn .an -cjut but became an error. Then, after Credo had grounded to the pitcher, Mariano came through with hia sec. ond hit of the game, driving in Ed- inbnd:; with the winning run. Scores below: Ranger,'! 00000004 0—-4 Highlanders 000000200—2 Batteries: (winning team first), Sr.czcsiul, Allen;Mahaffe,v, Swan. Umpire: Lee, St. Francis . 0 I'O 0 0 1 0 0 0 1— 3 7 3 St. Michael's 1 0 0 0 J 0 0 0 00—2 C 3 Batte:h:K: (winning team first), Curran, Mariano; Wlsniewskl, Zu- kowskl. Umpire; irasuenfelOt. District Champs Play Middletown There Wednesday Tho recently crowned District Chunipc the Ann-Tlcun Lejfloii junior's, will pluy the Middletown touin chum|J« of tlioir district, (i:SO W«dnesxlny evoniniv,.ut Mlddlctown. 11 the liicul t«um become victors In this .content, they will go on to the next stuffo of the state championship games, which calls tor Indl- vlduul diminution. Tlie winnur of the stuto title wUl l>luy tor the National Title ut Olon Fails, N. V., In August. Foiey Announces Football Practice 6 P. M. Tonight Pete Foley will bold his first football practice for the 194G season toniftht at C p. in, at the Recreation Field. Coach Foley, a maker of championship teams for the- past thirty years, is out this year to make another olrvmnlon- shlp array, and this time in football. For the past few seasons, although Naugatuck has' been having their normal success of. winning championships in basketball and baseball, the local Hluh school's football teams, have not been up. to the calibre of formal teams. The talent! just has not'been there, With several bold-overs from last yuai's squad forming the nucleus this season nnd with several brilliant prospects in the otHng, the local coach believes that this year, although his team may not cop the title, they will be ri^ht up in there, Practice tonight begins nt G p.m. Pirates Play Brasscos Today Mgr. Joe Samoskii's Brasscos tace 'their stiffest test of the season, this afternoon when Frankie Frlsh brlng-s his Pittsburgh Pirates to town for a 5:30 twilight exhibition contest at the .Municipal Stadium. Tho Pirates divided a four game scries with tho league - leading Brooklyn Dodgers over the weekend a*. Kbbetts Field and will bring their entire team v/ilh' them when they make their first visit in his- i.ovy to the Brass City today. Mgr. Frlsh. who was ejected by the umpires in both games of Saturday's Brooklyn twin bill, will personally direct tho team and. has announced that hu will start his regular llno- up against the Brasscos. Either .lack Ha'.lott, former American League sta.r. or Edson Bahr, promising 1 rookie, will be'on the mound with "either Al Lopez or Bill Baker behind 'the plate. 'Ellle Fletcher, rated by many as the best fielding first baseman in the majors, will be at the Initial sack with Frankie Gustine at second, Jimmy Brown at shortstop and Bob Elliott at third. Gustlne performed on the National League Ail- Star team in Boston three 'weeks ago. One-third of the cement produced in the U. S. comes from four counties In Pennsylvania and one county in-New Jersey. New York city hud only about 200 inhabitants in ' 102C. MlXE'6 HOME "RUM ON TH& " HIS 5 POINTS IrJ ONE. WEEK. AVE.'rvii^E A ^TUTTING -HIM LIP IN -THE FlR&T FIVE Healy Announces Change In Time For Games All £fnmcs In the Junior loop sponsored by Peter J. Foley iwill ougin at 9:30 a. m. instead of 10 a. m Vincent Healy, loop manager announced today. Mr, Healy requests that all team;.; playing in. these morning games arrive n.t the Recreation Fiold on lime, to begin ese contests. He also asked that local residents n<: reminded of the excellent tennis courts which lire available for usage at the Procreation FIe!d daily. 'The courts are being used sparse- ly'' he stated "and it is believed" he added "tha.t many more persons would, like t.o use them," They have been in use this .season since rarly May, Baseball Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE Chemical Victors In Recent Contest In a recently played Softball game .ho Chemical trounced the Synthet- o. 3,-!- n - behind the one hit hurl- rig of their ace, Uraska. The Chcm- cal team, who are rapidly becom- ng one of the better aggregations 3f the league, and who recently defeated Billy Rndo and-his U. S. Rubber team, unleashed a "ten hit ittack and capitalized on three er- •ors .in winning this contest. Johnny Long and Vic Verman- ki homered during the contest while hurlcr Eddie TJraska garnered- three hits for four trips to • he p'lto Hill and Bcnucki starred I for the losers, ^coj-e below: Chemical 3 0 2 C 1 2 x-—1-1 10 1 Synthetic ... . 0000000—0 13 Batteries: (winning team first). E. Urnnhka and A. Rsxytkwich; Maleto, Eoyd 5, and H. Falck. Umpires: Rowland. Yesterday's Results Pittsburgh 7, Brooklyn 3. St. Louis 2. Boston 0. Cincinnati 8, New York 3 (1st). Cincinnati 15, New York 4 C2d). Chicago n, Philadelphia 3 (1st). Chicago 3, Philadelphia 1 (2d). The Standing W. L. Brooklyn Si. Louis Chicago Cincinnati Boston New York Philadelphia Pittsburgh 57 36 55 37 50 42 -15 -(G 43 49 -12 52 3951 37 50' Pet. .013 .098 .543 .495 .467 .447 .433 .•102 Today's Onmcs, Pitchers St. Louis "at Boston (night)— Bcaz- ley (2--1) vs. \Vright. (6-7). Chicago at TVew York (night) — Schm.'ia (7-7) vs. Kennedy (H-)). Cincinnati at Brooklyn— Walters (7-2) vs. Lombard! CO-5). (Only games scheduled.) AMERICAN Yesterday'* Hflsult* Chicago 2, Now York 0 (1st). Ncv York 7, Chicago 1 (2d). St. Louis 3, Boston 2 (1st), T?o*ton 33, St. l.nni* •' (?d>. Philadelphia 2, Detroit 0 (1st). . Detroit 0, Philadelphia 2 (2d). Cleveland 2, Washington 0 (1st). Cleveland 7, Washington 4 (2d). The Standing \V. L. Pet Boston 69 28 .711 New York 57 38 .600 Detroit 53-10 -57 Washington 4S 45 .510 Cleveland ... 46 49 .484 St. Louis 40 M .426 Chica)..') 37 57 ,.394 Philadelphia 27 CO .250 in Color !a cu Important cw harmony In music... Murphy Paints In 100 Colors or More pumil perfect color humoay IB an ti> fioitt variety of combinations. Stop in •Ad let ui tell you nbout tte Murphy Colo* Harmony Pin*. See Our Largo Stock of LAWN and GARDEN SEEDS illNO All Kinds of Fertilizers TOOCS FOB GARDEN nnd LAWN O SHOVELS (lonjj and nhort hiuullcH) • GAKDEN KAJCES • IIOKS — SPADES «, PRTJKINO SHEARS A CRASS SIfEARS CANS, Inc. Maple St. Tel. 3507 By William Sharp SOXW6 RRSf BECAME AM OtY/HfW SfWT fWGREece ABOUT 638 B.C. Igtk CENTURY ENSUSH CHAMPION-UWSTTfe FtMT MODEM f MOST M Ttt£ ftgsr RQUW ••• [>«E CMWIP AV NF 1OO<£P WHfH HE W AXW3I XMU OCD] <2>weo^V^ * JbMtDurttfiUMoaftf'Riee Today's Games J'itcJicrs Philadolphin at Don-oil—Kncrr (2-J1) \is. Hutchinson (C-7). Wtw York at Chicago .(night) — P.n^so '0-1) or Pajjo (0-4) vs. Dietrich' (3-3). Washington .-it Cl<n'i>lanJ (2) — Wynn a-0) and Scarborough (6-3) vs. KrakauHkas (2-1)' and Gitssaway (0-0). " ' (Only games schcdvilod.) ALCAZAR NOTICE Theater Closed Until Further Notice for Alterations FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. 106 South Main'St. GET A JEEP IMMEDIATE Vonr LIBEETY MOTORS, Inc. 24 IJnrrlMon .Avrnne Off Kxotuuixi- I'luov. \Valrfbiiry 1 'Phono, S-XK02 • • ' NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "BOSS" WEAVING, Prop. TVlnslow Court Tel/3384 AtlTO PAKTS SPOItTS GOODS BASEBArX STKpES, All Slz«»' American Legion Team Now District Champions Calendar By THOMAS FITZPATRICK •12-68-75-32—Hjp. The alert center shoots the ball back on the quarter-biick'B signal. A figure shoots forward with the inflated pig-akin tucked firmly underneath his arm. His lithe, athletic, form sloughs and sJUht'rK through the incumbent lorms which his able Mockers have fouen able to hold Mndfcr until he accomplishes his aim. Suddenly one figure, who has avoided the expert blocking, dans through; taking to the air, he hurtles himself forward at a. terrific Puce, tackling his opponent, holding him to a ten yards gain. Football season again. Gad, what u silly way to break one's neck. Wtll, rot actually football season, out the pigskin fever is in the air. The local high school, out of whom much is expected this year, are starting their practice sessions, preparing, for what they say, will be their best season in several years. And after looking over the past few years' records, they can't do much worse. But now, shaking ourselves out of cur football'uniforms, we'll get bock 10 the business of the day, baseball. We never did look good with padded shoulders, anyhow. '-.LI I oui tailors (Seurs-Uocbuck and Company) tell us that padded shoulders are the vogue. What do vou uo. when you've no shoulders to pad? Amateur l_e:npie Local fans are beginning to show a lot more interest in the Sunday Amateur League of late since League President Frank Shea has started giving away prizes .in between the contests on Sundays. Al- U.-jugh we thought that the good 'ouseball being shown there should He enough instigation to attend the Sunday classics, the additional feature of the prizes is promoting more interest in the league, ind President Shea und his assistants are gaining many new friends, ind fans, by their current methods of presentation. Softball IxMgui's The Interdepartment League is leading towards the end of their ;eason, but with the promise of :in exciting round-rosin playjff in he offin;,', v.-e think that we'll see a lot more good softball in the area jefore the season wanes. '" The Industrial leatrne. now well Into their second round, are also progressing admirably. One of the nost improved teams, -jf late, hits been the Chemical array, who, to late, have been the onlv team to 'pfint Billy RacJo and "tin U. S. Keds. Ei:t Rosh. it's getting Into, and ,ve have a baseball game to nuend •his afternoon; and so, without further adieu, so long til! next time. Ribbon falls in Yosemilo national pork has a drop, of 1,612 feet, snd is'said to be the highest single falls in the world. Victory Saturday Over Ansonia Gives Locals The Title Behind the superb hurling; of Vinnlo Hra!y and the excellent hitting ol' Curlin, Nalowlch find Sun Angelo. the XauKuluck American Legion team Saturday came out I victors over AnsonJa, 5-1, winning [the district title. Th« Kicitls pluypd | hc-ads-ujj ball in notching their j third victory against only one <1«- j foul " I Jackie Curtin and Frank San An- j R-elo were the batting heroes of | the clay with Frunhic taking the major shaiv of the honors. San Angclo smashed out a single, double and a triple, driving in three runs, iind .scoring two, giving him a hand In each of the five runs scored. Curtin. v,-ho singled and tripled, also scored two runs, being driven in by San Anjj-clo twice. Vin Healy nnd Billy Natowieh also hit well, getting two hits apiece, as their share of the ten hit attack. The District Champa now have to play Middl>:town, champ* of their district, 10 decide who will enter the next phase of tourneys in the American Legion playoffs. It is not known whether the game against Middl'itown will be played there or here. It \viJ! be played Wednesday. Nuugaluck . 1 <M 0 2 0 01 0—.'; JO. 0 Ansonia ... UOOOOCMOIO—1 52 Batteries: (winning tenni first), Mealy, S:).n Angelo; 'J-it'llejohn, Comcowiuli. Dayton Rubber Mfg. Co. V-BELTS Every Size of 1MO - 2MO - OMO Series in Stock! ntn rx MILL SUPPLf ES '• ER TOOLS TEt.5-2.241 ,ii Swim Classes For Beginners Pritz Klambl, physical education dircci-jr at the YMCA, returned from his vacation in Rhode Island today and announced that swimming classes for girl beginners will be held tomorrow at :0 a.m.. 30:33 n. m.; 11 a.m.; 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p. m. Classe for boy beRinners wilt be held Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 2 to 2:30 with regular classes following. Tolosr.iph Jijie.s in Colombia are government-owned. Ten words may be sent to any part of the republic for 10 cents. SKI: vs mil YOI-R VACATION* LUGGRGE , FISHERS 111 S. MAIN ST. • (S.1K7; ; FOI1 OF niSTINCTlOX riione 472G LYLE & EARL PORTRAIT STUDIO II Ko, Main St, Jfaugntuck o Ciirs Washed, Polished ut j , CHAPPIE'S t ? TYDOL GASOLINE \ SERVICE STATION * W8 BRIDGK ST. TKI.. 4890 \ McMIM-AX MOTUK OILS J PLAY POOL On First Class Tables R & M ALLEYS J35 MAPLE STBEBT Van's A BIusMng Bridegroom-On HisWiytotJie JOHNSON S-WlLLIAMS LUCILLE BALL KEENAN WYNN \\BCM AMUS-ICAt.' CECIL KELUWAY Caitos RAMIREZ - 6<n BLUE T^^^S" L»** M ;v76ii« 10. «i'9.^.-«a^

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