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VAC.K B—NAirfiATUOK NKVt'S (CONN.). SATURDAY. AUG. S, 1MB Highlanders Meet Rangers In Important Tilt Sunday Local Teams To Replay Last Week's Protested Game St, Francis Travels To Boa- con Falls To Round Out Sunday Schedule It will |jd Mulml'IVy v;t, .. . Ihii Hljthlaruli-Hi VH. thi; JJiifijfi'r-i .... mm of th(i rn'nil Impurtttnt nml riiuiil citifiltil lit;: of thu NCiiHoii, whnn tlntHft two ti.-urjvi iiHii.-t tomnrruw at 3 IL in. at KiiCTviitlon T'^lulil, Toriic/rrow',4 >furnu will bu n 1'^ pl/ty ut (inn nl thu flr:it cuirii'H h thin iiri'U "n which a pi'OUiMt wu re Kl>'tiM'ud arid It wnnt thruUKft MuriiiKi'i- Milt Wnitmmun, ut thi MlKhliiridiu'ri, who had iivct-y jiictlll uMc ruuKon, In our >>*t'riiMtlor> ti ronl.'itiM' :t complaint, j/roJwtixl IHJI wniik'n fflfrhliimlftr-Kiinxtir till, fol lowing th" Kiirnr, Thu prnliuit waf CMiHutl hy a pluy In thu fourth Inning on whlcn the Mlxhli iKjuad Ht:<trcj(| two runs, hut irnulo to riitlirn tn thi'lr husii Umpire f.i't, who had not l>m-n fully InforrniMl of th« rtil"ji ; that Mpccldc typrt of play. WMin th« /iri'tiMt wi'ttt throiich, thi' proti'.-it hoard which li'»>;tit' l'/'i;«ldunt KranU Shrii had brought In from Watcrlmi-y, warned thu IniOJH" olIlol.llH tf> clurlfy all r>f tlln Hpuuliil ruU'M which they. :vs league olllcliilM, iiiul net up, anil told them to rnal<e Miirii that nt-itry pl.iyei 1 Jind UfMplr<) were famllliir with them, .MariaKer Wnliw;rmn hurt oxprn^MiM evfcy conlltiiincn ol a victory ff>i hlii Hriuuil, while Coach fleor^i' Allun of the^IliirurorH has Mfild that the UiiriKei-M will put mine elTnrt into thin one content than they hdve any all .-ii-iiMon. j Prior lo the linpnrt'irlf ft p. in, I tilt f'ri'xlcltint Slum Is trolnj.' to have j two Junior ('mini' 1 t'vim.i, the Mill- ! vllle C'lib.i and St. [''rnnelfi play a wiivn/i Inning conte.-it. tn hetweur l.hlM luitl the rnaln Kame the |eaj:m will Klve n way mu-ei'dl prlttiiN In eluillnj; a few pall,; of nylons, I'l'esl- limit Sheu Kald. flay In Heaco/i Knlln fn (he cither Amateur I-ii'Minle tilt helnif f/lnyo<l tuni'irnivv the St. I'Vurifl.t team u-IIJ travel lo lle/u-oi) Kllll;! to enjriure Hill I'l'JIIVenilled Nt. Mlehai-r.-i Crusaders and tlU'lr new ace Raymond \VI«nlew.-iltl, Thin iraine will start ut ? p, m., anil many lielleve that Hencim J''albi limy scoie the up.:et of thi Millville Cubs Defeat Salem NO. 98 GOES AGAIN! - - By I'.y KKW.VV Cf,YAIK« A totul ol' H!X [iltulic'i'M nncl thro; natRhn'H witcii ust.'d yuiitoi'diiy, a: t.hu rr'Viinipinl Mlllvllli: Cub.s pound ft! out a 12-hlt, M-l victory ovoi tin: wniil((!r Suliim .school nrruy. Itlnhy UoUirul Mttxi'^ud for the victors, and was winning pitcher, Ho wan followed to -th« niotmd by Fln.'lmll Hpmlnjn, Brulsor Aquavlu and I'mil Oi'nbow.Mkl, who DnLshoU, Th" Salt.-m Mtartud Muton, wlio WUH nlrUdd for tin- first two runs and WUH thun rulinvuil »y O'Stmu, who wan promptly sot upon for flvu rnoi'd riKirhor.s which wi'i'is onoufc'h to cinch tho ball K'ir>u>. O'Shou wii.s the lOMlng pltchnr. A(|iiuvlii lud thi.- Mlllvlllltea In hattlnc. .-lUimmmK out u 'ticmun- :louN ti-ljilti to ci.-ntur field for thu ;on>:r>'.t hit »f tho clay, wlillv Spa- ilol/i fhlni.-d alonxr with Grabowuk! on thi' rnound. Sjmdolu allowod no hltti. Store by lunlnKM: Mlllvlllu Cubst , 7-1 02 1 0—M 12 0 •lalorn 0 1 0 0 '2 I — -I 34 Uitttfirlr.'i: (winning team first), '{oluncl, Spadola, Atiunvla, Gi'abow- ikl, arid Stlason; Mutos, O'Shou, Junusy, Mntos, Umplro: V. Houly. lass Co. Humbles Chemical Team TOMMY -HARMON To 5I6MIMS- U)I1M THE AN6et.es Legion Teams Will Play State Semi-Finals Today Brasscos Play {Stadium Tonight Nick Tremurk, pinl-si/.ed outfielder who graduated fi'om Manhattan College to the Brooklyn Dodgers, plans lo get even with the Brasscos tonight at Municipal Stadium. Twice he has m.-ide tripn Kuine had bten called off. cuivs, only to have threatenfiu weather disappoint him, un'd when he wus scheduled on another occasion a fun risked: "Where's Tre- miii-k?" His manager, Bob Gordon replied: "He's on a vacation." "focmarlc is a Manhattan classmate of State Policem;yi Juckic Hartnctt of the Bethany Barracks, former Crosby High athlete, and Hurtnett has been telling his friends Tremark will have a big nitfht afainst Joe Samoska's club. Tremark is anxious to make good. He didn't like it when he arrived Wednesday night and learned the game had been called ol'J'. "I'll be back Saturday night with the Springfield Greys, if it doesn't rain, and I'll be playing my best to beat the Brasscos," he said. Locals Meet Willimantic In Important Tilt At Recreation Field The local American Legion Juniors will place their chances to ploV In the state championship finals on the block today, when they cn- Willlmantic in the semi-final.s U^^RI'K)6 NUMBER V 98" A Ki'oitt moral victory WIIM soon In thn 'NauuullK-k, YMCA Indimtrlal Softball [<olvguo when thi! Nauga tuck CilnsK cunir through with a win lu.'iilnxt the Niiugrituek Cheml- ciil, 'l-l. The C'hiimlcal come thru recently with 11 win nf l.'i-3 fignlnst th«- Tor N'otchfr.s —tile US Keel* who huvon't lout a gnmo in tho fliMt round, The win for tlie Glaus nuilti-M a thi'ce-wny tic (if l-l, with the O'S Kfd.x, C'hi-mciil and the i^x. A hot second round will be n this niimth, an nil tiiam.s are "Ut to «ct tho first hold of the l.!it: Threr- win trophy which will tm !«;'>t In circulation until the tnnm that wins It three I mod will hnld It perniunentiy. tt Is bullcvod thut 11 |i|ii(|ii,) w |ll ,iiso go to the v.'Inni'i-M. wliU-li will be kept, nnd a cui> fur nuurnul jilnco, Slrlf-ii, the winning pitcher for the CI'IIINM, and hlx nhlo catcher VViiuner dlMplfiyerl norm' brilliant "nil h«n<llli]ir :tnd ni'o out to ro- Jient their inM-frn-m.-ince In the roiniiiniiu: viuni!.-. of the second half. The .-umrc- by Innings: N»u»:, Cla.-iM 0 2 2 0 0 0 X--.-I ij i Chiiiiilcdl . 0 10 0 00 -1 0 i ll'itti-i ||..-i: Sirica ahtl Wagner; l/riiikti and Terry. Uniplro. Klo nn.Mltl. Abnut M billion hoard fm-t I'lne tltubi-i- Is urandlng uonr K math KallM, Oregon. of SANDY BEACH I.AKK QtM.SNAPAUQ DfCK J'T.Vr.HY, MRT. Opun lo A. M. to 10 J% M. IJoutlMjf « Huthlng « TIciiJc* Benswanger May Sell Pirates Pittsburgh. Aug. 3—(UP) —The much-talkcd-about sale of the Pittsburgh Pirate baseball club may go through next week. Club President Bill .Benswanger reveals that he's agreed to meC't Indianapolis Bjinkor Fr-uik McKin- noy "sometime next week" to discuss details of such a sale. At tho same time, Benswanger wants it understood thai, his scheduled conference with the Owner of •the Indianapolis Indians does ntit clo.si; negotiations with other Intor- OKtcd biddurs. Churles Marglottl former nttorm.y general of Pennsylvania, represents an unnamed Pittsburgh syndic>it«—and the Mar- glottl group Is given an equal chance when it comes to buying the Pirates. Ulftht now, howovi-r. Banker Mc- Klnney seems to he doing most of the dickering with the Pirii'.e president, McKlnnoy bus told Bonswang- cr thut he represents a four-man syndicate, one of whom he refuses to Identify other than to call him "a resident of Pittsburgh." Standing of Teams NATIONAL LKAGUK Yesterday's lii'Kiilts Brooklyn 3, Cincinnati 2. Philadelphia 3. St, Louis 2. Pittsburgh 6, New York 0 (1st) New York 2, Pittsburgh 2 C2d). Chicago at Boston, rain. The Standing A LAIT WITH EVERY CLEW "IT SHOULDN'T HAPPEN TO A DOG with Giu'olo Lo.mll!!, AHyu Joslyri . Honry Morgan Chi-Cubs Resign Hank Borowy Chicago, AUT. 3—fUP)—Baseball fans who predicted that the Chicago Cuh.v u-ei-f; A-etLinfr ready to put the sklcl.i under pitcher Frnnlc Borowy have another think co-n- j,'. An announcement from Commissioner Chandler's ollice reveals that the Cuba have -,'ivon the ulim ri^lu- hiinder a rouslnp vote-of cnnHdnnci.- '•>y siKninn him to a 19'1V oontl-ric-l. Because of Borowy's poor- show- Infi- his yuar, this mid-scn?an contract comes as a mliol surprl.so, to sny the least. Last yonr Hank was the hoy who paced the Cub.s to a pennn.nt by winning- 11 n nd losInK only two with Chicacro after beln.tr 'transrcrrcd from the Yankees. And Rreat things were expected of Hank in this year's pennant drive. Howevr-i-, Borowy has been slifrht- l.v less than sensational. Tn fact some of tho press box pundits have clubbed hom "the bluest dlsap pointmcnt of the major Icatruo sea Hon." For Hank' has won five, while losing four-and he's finished onlv throe of 1(i pnmes started. Brooklyn .. . St. I-'juis .. (^hicngo Cincinnati .• Boston 1-uw Kork . Phiiiidolphia PHtsburfh . Todays Gum<>s, IMtdicrs Cincinnati at Brooklyn — (C-(j) vs. Gregg (4-1). Pittsburgh at New York (night) —Scwcll (C-7) vs. Kennedy (5-4), St. Louis at Philadelphia—Bea/.ley (2-5) vs. Hoerst (1-3). Chicago at Boston (night)—-Wyse (11-9) vy. Spahn (3-1). AMERICAN MiAGVK Yosterdiiv.s. Ke.sults Cleveland 3, New York 0. Detroit 7, Bos.ton 1. J^liladelphia. S, St. Louis 3 Washington c. Cliicngo 0. Tim Stand! Boston New York . Washington Cleveland . . St. Louis .. . Chicago ..., Philadelphia W. . 70 . 57 . 58 . 51 , -10 . -13 •10 21) L, 31 <U •12 -IS 09 .693 .!>S2 .580 .-isr; .•139 .•10-J .290 Today's. Games, Pitchers Boston at Dntroil—Zuber (3-1) vs. Hutchinson (7-7). Washington at Chicago—Scarborough (0-3) or \Vynn(2-0) vs. Smith (G-7). Philticlluhfu at St. Louis (night) -Knerr (2-13) vs. Zoldak (7-8). Only games scheduled. Compo Decisions Joey lannotti Young- Eddie Compo Now Haven lad, who is rnpidly be-nj; considered as one of tho best featherweights in thn business; conducted himself in a very becoming manner last evening, when he de- cisioncd another top-nof.cher, Joey lannotti in an eight-round encounter. Compo rr.ndo there appear no doubt :n anybody's mind, wht-n ne won last niyhl'.s f;-ay talcing- seven out of the eight runs, in notching his 27th victory in 29 starts. He lias been beaten once and fought one draw both of those being- " fought with Thomas Bealo of New York. Dula. Ko.vach, a loco! heavyweight found Andy Henri of New York too much for him ,,ind fell .a victim to the strong- colored boy's j d.vnamito-l.i.Jon gloves in th« second ', round. Dula was knocked down by a hard punch that landed flush on hit; jaw ,and was counted out at. 2>15 of the round. He tried to rise at the count of nine but full back again, unconscious with his seconds taking several minutes to revive .him. In the remaining boui;-, Bobby Hicks 158, Watei-bury scored his sixth straight knockout by lop- plaig Jimmy Stroud, IfiO of Hartford in the fourth round; Al Silverman, jas of New York, gained a technical knockout over Jimmy Ropi-s, :35 of Bridgeport, when tho referee stopped the bout due to a cut over Rogers' right eye. In the oponer, Jimmy Stewart, 1J5 New York, decisioned George 1 '" in six rounds. K ; J|»c Willlmantic in the .semi-finals of the competition. Manajjer Eddie Nolde and Coach Guliby Cowan, have been grooming: their boys lar this important tilt. Thfi local team went into the semifinals when they took the measure of the strong Middletown nine lust Tuesday night. The victory though, was narrow, alCh'ough the locals had been leading all lh« way, <i lute inning- sur«c- by 1WV dletown, scared the boys, more tha slightly. Since then, the two coaches hav been brushing the players up o plays, in which they made miscu? and they now believe that the have the team that will not onl. win tomorrow, but will go on t< take the state title and may) do & lot better than expected when the} hit the National Regional at Glen Falls. Actually that can not be at tributed 1 to the two coaches, for after having seen them play, oui honest opinion is, that they will wii today and may go on to cop thf state finals. In our pres?nt state of optimism,.even the national title does not appear to be too far reach ing. Game-time today, 2:30 p. m. at Recreation Field. MJAIUXHED lllf STRAIGHT PROM GOOD OLD NEW ORLEANS WHERE SAZZERAC COCKTAILS ARE COCKTAILS AND SEER SUCKER SUITS ARE NEW ORLEANS* Great are the contributions to man's comfort from this great city—but-none greater than air cooled, weig-htless breeze wafting, body cooling seersuckers and cords at $17.50—real southern comfort for hot and bothered northerners who know what summer comfort means as soon as they switch to cool seersucker suits. The decade from 1030 to 1940 was the first in which the 'U. S. showed an excess of emigration over immigration. Presenting- Tops in Speed! MIDGET AUTO RACES . CARSTAIR'S WHISKEY $3.45 J. K. STORES CUT RATE, LIQUORS, WINES, BEERS S96 N. Main St Tel. 437S Free Delivery Anyw.iere In Borough BABY SEATS FOE CARS ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE SO SOUTH MAIN* ST. TEL. 6162 Naugatuck, Conn. TIME REFCTION DANBURY SPEEDWAY Danbury, C&nn. Every Sat. Nite 8:30 p. m. Featuring- the Nation's Leading- Daredevils ntjind Adm. S1.20 tiix FKEK PARKING Factory value of baskets made .or the fruit industries amounts to million annually. lASEBALL Stadium Watcrbury Tonight, 8H5 P. M. SPRINGFIEtD GRKVS 'RASSCOS ,. Time Id tnko anollu-r look at the wor chnn^ing economic picture, and Hie oi'i'c-c-t. on your family budget. Time to con.«i(3er your S.-n-iii.ys Pro^r.-im—(3<jos it moasnre up to current day m-cds. Most people nc'C'd Iwo jDroj^nuns—one for enier- g-cncics—thy oilier i'oi- ilie fuiure. You can begin today—and with ;is litlle as $1.00 —io build an accuunt that will guarantee comfort and security in later rears. NAUGATUCK VAVINGS BANK 1870 (CVENTY FIFTH ANNIVERSARY I94<L AUOEPOdU FULLY GUARANTEED One of every 15 families In the u. h depends upon the milk industry for Its livelihood. !\ ««'! wi^lilTh; 'CENTENNIAL SUMMER' l " ''''''•'"'I'-iilnr—I'lllii "I>ICAIM,1MO I.'Oll ML'IIDICll" ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^••••B Dayton Rubber - Mfg. Co, V-BELTS Every Size of 1MO - 2MO - OMO Series in Stock! STRATTON'S RESTAURANT 18-20 Park Place Open Dully Until 1 A. M. • DAILY LUNCHEONS • AND DINNERS • A LA CARTE .MENU Dlnlnpr Room, Food Bur und Booth Service Full Liquor License SALEM PLAYHOUSE Sun. - Mon. - Tues. CINGERROCCRg r -IUMWOOO-I C« IEAN PIERRE AUMONI ADOLPHI MtNJOU ••"" LIICHFIE1D A"™™^ fiuaza. "ROPE" Final Night SKATS: $1.00, $1.50, S3.00 plus tax Ciirtiiin: HM | Tel. JJtoh/I«ld 88 Wook: ROOM SERVICE STRRIIO WEEK Ill.HO "SECOND TRIANGLE" TODAY BAOMANS apnuor* taMpk-, WTM AlHO "PARTNERS IN TIMUT ! Esther WILLIAMS Van JOHNSON Lucille BALL Keenan WYNN ERSV TO uieo IN TECHNICOLOR P1DB DARK ALIBI M»r rout. M. uMfw •WCDNIIDDTl •:-.-;'""" j men tagm i ^L^iwnQuennn SATURDAY and SUNDAYNI^S ^ w LAKE OUASSAPAUG BALLROOM CLIFF SLATER AND HIS SENSATIONAL NEW 13 PIECE ORCHESTRA "MUSie AS YOU LIKE IT" ADMISSION 60c (including tax) Uus Service to tho Lake Great Oak Farm OXFORU ROAD Tet, 0049 PERFECTLY PASTKUK1ZKO MILK and CREAM Delivers- To All 1'iiriri at Snnmtatlt Our ,Ii)i)ibo Banana Splits and TYcsh Fruit Sundaes Are The TulU ol t.he Town: : CORNER CANTEEN 392 No. Main Street "I>om" T*-llerfro, I*rop. SWIM AT QUASSY BEACH LAKE gUASSAPAUG C.R.&T.. nitHHfH Kim J)lr<.<-(. (o ni-nrh CW4ANKST Sl'OT IN TIIK STATK AUGUST FUR SALE — BUY NOW ANI> SAVE — !)» N. MAIN STREET Watorbury Tel. 3-2727 BICYCLE SUPPLIES AT CUT-KATE PKICES! A "r\T717''PT'C3 Ni-xt In W(liy. rXX^A/ijJXl O SHvlnicx Hunk 20 SAVINGS ST. DIAL 5-0X47 | For A Snack, a Sandwich or a Full Meal, Try DUFFY'S Restaurant WATER STBEET FULL LIQUOR LICENSE ls*r*nt* f rrrt*tt rf - f . f .*,**-,.^ FRUIT JARS GOOD LUCK JAR RUBBERS PRESSURE COOKERS ALL TYPES OF RADIO REPAIR WORK Order Your Hot Point Electric Appliances HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 CHUBCH ST. : Telephone 4088 4 Qt. Presto Pressure Cookers «DJ.^.i (Immedlnte Dnlivcrv) WEISS' \ Ben Franklin Store i 1S2 CHURCH STREET *^t±±»^mi* —--•.•rtrtjj.j,., Curs .Washed, Polished at CHAPPIE'S TYDOL GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 248 BRIDGE ST. TEL 4&W ! MCMILLAN MOTOH oii» LUGGPEE ^ K , FISHERS «. MAIN ST. ° - PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION Phono 4726 LYLE & EARL PORTRAIT STUDIO U No. Main St. Nuugatuck EDDIE'S Corner Spring & Diamond St». GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRUITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery TeL 4918 Edward Vlaskauckss, Prop. Highland Package Store 9S lifffhland Avc. _ Tel, 3983 Anthony Farrar, Prop. FKEK DELIVERY All Parts of Nnugatuck f++++i-*r***+* Try KETTS Want A<U.— They Brine POOL On First Class Tables R & M ALLEYS . _ 100 MAPLK STREET COAL COSTS! WITH THE HONEYWELL Electric Janitor DAMPCR >| CONtiOV By itntallfaff Ih. Kan«rw*U El.clrlo ' Jaxutor dampor control you-caa sav* ' up )o 30% on your coal bill. Think vrhat thj« laving zzioao* durinp; juilt o&o boQtind ••QaoUi Wo have Eloclnc Janiton in clock now. Calt u> today, balor* 111* Jupply it 9 on., (o, lull inlotmation. The Naugatuck Fuel Co g7 /^t»TTTS/MTT dm • -r\Trs\W KO'

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