The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on May 19, 1977 · Page 6
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T-AOK 6—jfAUOATPOk ETEWtl wij ——i . R, 1948 To Fight Mauriello - on At Recreatibb Field, 5 P. M. Hint t,(nil.n would win with u wren limit our Nuw York huddlo* tell u by it KO or TKO In thn fniirth riMind. I''linnlm' Ui.'UI "Mppai'Mi- Uiiom.M" <KOOM SERVICE' 1 i\\\>*\\*\. (i-U) fljftATS- .fl.OO. SL.riO, *:;,(>ri pliiM tux (.M'li'tnln S:•!.'.. TH. Utdifl.'M »«0 NIOXT WKISK: Till' (.'urt:iln lllwoi' Rangers To Meet i7Jtjcr)n i ir 1 ' 1 ' '* L«. YMCA Tonight Tlir .V«ujT»uirlt KnnKC-rn Athletic ii.M'Jclntlon. will hold their I-BK- uliir v.-c'.'kly mooting tonight ut the VMC.'A. PiT.'iklrnt Knlicr-tn McPor- mult luirumiK'i.'d today, J'lo u-il<s Hint fill mcifi-.hnrit >>o |ii-C!icnt. Tliu imscllnK will bctfin ut S p. i in. mt^i^amiiBiaiuimiumMnimff^*i**''*w*'B**-' m '^' ' ^* SPECIALS! —BUY HERE AND ALWAYS SAVE— PAUL JONES HMfl , IMl'ICIUAr, S3-39 1 1 J\ /T \ M' $345 FMHSCIIMANN'S $3-54 IID ritooi 1 ' Chateau Martin Wines full t|lliwt "OUT-SI IMKKV.MUSCATKI, $1-00 Hollows Chuzan RUM $1-99 1.IMITK1) QUANTITY American Gin ^iO.QO ®£ O«7 1)1) I'KOOJ' 1 (JKAIN I'PM, \\r have I, linn KU'ld'.V Game Postponed Yesterday 'Due To Weather To Be Played This Afternoon W'IMi Inclement weather forcing the postponement of yesterdays clmr.iplonslilp Legion (fume, the Ktimn between the local nine nncl HIP Windsor to.im will be played today n«t 0 p. m.,, Commander George Lewis of the American Lc- l-iun announced today. Conch Cubby Cowan, with the outlook of victory In his reasoning, iitiuecl thmt he hns clumped the lineup of thn .ttiirtlnj: nine, In to- clay'a contest. A!! members of the oiiplnnl flrai team will 'play, but In orilor to centralize power In the con cot spot, ho has moved Joe liciily from last notch In the lineup, to Icndoff position, and Jack Cur- lln, who normally holds the first position, will bat lust. Mealy Is a faster runner than Cm-tin although his butting nvcr- a;;c Is not as' Event. With a fast iiinn In tho loatlotf position, the remainder of the team i3 able to but with greater clllclcncy. Coach Cowan alno asked 'that the Foi:d company and the Naugatuck Fuel bo thanked publicly, as It was thrniifjh their (tone rosily that the iciini v/ius started «nd It wan tlioy who pnrchiisoil the units which tho' boys are wcarinK. Through the cooperation and frcn- ei-OMlty of Frtxn Fceloy and Jack Sulllvim, u public nddrcsa system will be InBttilled for 'this evening's contest. TonlKhl'fi lineup Is us follows: Joe Mealy, 3b. Oi'01-fje Schuster, cf. J'rtvnk San Ansrclo, c. i-lllv Nutiowlch, lh. Chct Usaldcwlcz, 2b. ....UM Miit-kovle, rf. Vln Healy, p. Boh Stiiuffor. rf. Jack Curtin, s;j fficiisTo Meet Frankie Vigeant Watcrbui-.v. Atlff. S—The ;;emi- flnnl bout hotwccn Frank Vlsonnl. Thomaston ex-scrvlcoman, and Bobby Mick"!, local knockout nrtlst, Friday nlKht at Municlpnl Stadium may steal H.ORIU ot" tho thunder from HIP main ofrorlng. Hicks has won all last six starts by knockouts, . stopping .Oscar. St. Pierre in one round and last .Frl- c!?iy set down Jimmy .Stroud, Hartford, for the full, count in . four heats. VijTcant, on the'other hand, has won 19 of 20 fights since his dlrchnrRO from tho Navy.. Ernie Griffin, Hartford and Tampa Negro, will box Coolidge, Miller, New York, in the headline 10- mimd contest on Friday night.' The rlvnlsi put on a furious draw In a previous battle. Two other bouts will complete the program Friday night. Tickets may bo secured in advance at Mulligan')! TCustauran.t, Phoenix Ave., Wntcrbury. Cltlo.'i of 35,000 nr morp. tthownrl a 5 per cent population incrpaae in tho last decade, or slightly bolow tho 7 per cent Increase for the U.S. an a whole. «>^^^«^^s»^^^« • *fr**r*-**-+-**+*+*+***2 FOOTBALLS |i NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "BUSS" WEAVING, Prop. -Vln.slow Court Tol. S3M ; WK HAVK HKKR BY I?()TTLKS OR CASE J.K CUT RATE LIQUORS - WINES| BEER |,'i<)(> North Main St. Union City, Conn.] t'lU f .tt. ..DKUVKKV ANV\VHKUK IN NAl/CiATUCK Ti-lnphoiin 4H7D •SWIM AT QUASSY BEACH • ' LAKE QUASSAPAUG ('.H,*l,^llll»«|.N Ullli IHr.Tl |u llnii'h CI.KANK.MT HI'dT IN TIIK NT,\TK i|.J Qt. I'rt'Hlu . flJI.O I'rr.MMiiri- Cnrikrr.H tDX^. AUGUST FUR SALE — r.lIY NOW AND !SAVK — f)|» N. MAIN HTIIKKT Wivtcrhuvy Tul: :t.'J737 BICYCLE SUPPLIES A'l" Ot'T-HATI' 1 . I'UICJK.HI JI'C! *•'"' "' "' ' 20 HAVINdH ST. 1)I.\I. 6-li:H7 (fmiiirdlnti< niillvrry) WEISS' 5 Bon Franklin Store IftS CIIUICOII 8THKET V ! C'ltTH \VliMhrd, I'dllshrd ut ; CHAPPIE'S | TYDOL GASOLINE \ SERVICE STATION ] > S1H IHIIIKSIO ST. TKI.. 'WOO. .J < Mr.MU.I.AN MIITOIl OM.S TONIGHT x o'<;i.OC:K ST. MARY'S HALL Viunn Cltr AuHplciM of Al.lnr und Holy rxunii' rttn-loil("< Murphy EXTERIOR * iNT All Gradoo » MKK !'.•» rim VOVIl VACATION S! aesLTi.r.a,'; UiM'uvtTnli Krimlfi'il FISHERS X. .MAIfi' M'l'. .1.IN7I .JA11S JOO1) t.IICK ,IAK IUH5HKKS J-UllIHSimr. COOKKKS ALL 'i'Vt'KH. OK woiuc Order Your ,Hof 'Point 'E\ootria Appliances HAWLEY HAHDWARE 108 OlltlnOTI HT. Tolophonn <OWI FOH 1'O.KTKAITS OF DISTINCTION I'liouo '1730 LYLE & EARL PORTRAIT STUDIO U No. Mnln St. PLAY POOL On First Olass : Tables R & M ALLEYS 150 MAl'I.K STKTIKT Sec Our Litrgo Stock 06 , LAWN and GARDEN SEEDS nlHO ••• All Kinds of Fertilizers , ..... i - i. . . ------- u i i •"* TOOr,S FOR GAUDEN and LAWN ; • SHOVELS .{Ions; and iiUort GAlinlCN KAKTCS HOES —'.SPADES ri«/NING' SITKAK3 GUASS SHEARS Maple -St. Tel. 3507 TooWLS: Rubber Meet Tonight At Fairmount Park The Wntcrbury Tool and tho local U. S Rubber Kcds. rifler being rained out last night, will face-oil this evening for their important aoftball contest, to decide this areas nine Saturday. The game will be entry Into the .state tourney bcgin- held ot Fall-mount park in Waterbury and will begin at 6 p. m. The winner of ttjls evening's contest will piny the winner of the Middlesex County entry vs the Hartford Metropolitan team in the semifinals 3:30 p. m. Saturday In Bridgeport as this area hae drawn a byo and will not play until the seml-finnls, local commissioner,, Ed McGrnth announced today. Billy Rado will pitch tonight for the local nine, while Browncll will too the mound for the Tool combine . -. St. Francis CYO Plays Friday The St. Francis CYO entry have rescheduled their gnmc with St. Lucy's In Watcrbury, which was- mpposed to be played last evc- n''np'.' until 'this coming Friday, Coach Dom Minnlcuccl announced today. Since several members of the CYO are alao members of the District Champion 'Legion team, >.ho postponement of 'the game last evening wnn forced. ' •' • The St. Francis team, id cur'rent- ••/ riding on top of tho CYO league fn thin area, and Coach Minnicuoci -Iocs not want to lose the first place notch due'to a lack of players. The majority of CYO players, who a!so play on the Legion team are members of the first teams on both squads. Harabletonian To Run Today CoKhcn, N. Y., Aug. 8—<U F> — Thn runninsr of the Sno.OOO I-Inm- blctonian stakes for trotters was postponed until, today because ol;, heavy rain \vhlflli turned the Good Timri truck into u quagmire yesterday. Track, officials .waited until midmorning before dr.eidin'rr -o postpone the entire day's .card yestci- flay. 'including, the classic Hamble- toiiian, the Kentucky Derby of harness .racing. .Many out of town .visitors were still arriving at Gosjhcn 'fin horn- before tho postponement and critical shnr-Lasrc of hotel accommodations threatened. Eleven three-year-old trotters had entered in the Hamblotonian, with Chcstertown and Westfleld Girl established as co-favorites, . . Unconditionally Released E' PYTLAK, vct«nui natchcr, hiwhecn released by the BOH- todoi un'omolal of that or B ,inl»llo» announced early th,. week: Wtak, wl, 0 volunrarlly wend J»to retirement a »ttle^ovcr a month '.co !s suffering from illness and IH at present rcstlnK at his on"".n"upstate New Yor,, The Red Sox front o«Lcc "- -"?»"- d thut r.ytl«k'» ««lar.V will he paid for the rnmivlnder ot Oic year. To Fight Compo 15 ENTRIES Salem, N. H,, Aug. 8—Fifteen distance stars, including Mrs. C. P. Amodlc'ts Dinner Party, C. F. Herrmann's Float Me,.Mrs. 'Tilyou Christopher's Bel Rclgh, and Mrs. Wcs'.on Adams Side Boy. have been nominated for the- $10,COO-added New Hampshire Handicap, mile and one-sixteenths feature of next Saturdays card at Rocklngham Park. Pat' Brady, one of the better fe'iithonvel'ffhts in the country, will soon fight .against Eddie Compo, who defeated Joey lannotti lust week at the Municipal Stadium in Waterbury. Brady's manager hud said that ho would challenge the winner of the laiuiottl-Coin- po hout to a match. It is not known yet, when tho two boys will llffht. WOMEN'S SINGLKS Chestnut Hill, Mass., Aug. S— The Women's Veterans' Singles championships will.be played at the Lon'gwood Cricket Club August 19-2-1 in conjunction with the playing of the National Doubles championships. Marine Recruiter Here Tomorrow S-Spt. Charles W. Biiraexewski. recruiter In ch.irRe oE -the Waterbury Marine Recruiting Station, will visit NaUEatuck Friday to an- Hwor any qtinKtlons conccrnlnj; Marine Corps enlistments. Marine enlistment am stl'.l open for two, three, or four yrnra for all men who arc between the agca of 37 to 30, Pot-Ream Biiraexewski \vill bo at the post office from 9 a.', m. to 4:30 p. m.' Preliminary examinations will be Riven all those who wish to join the Murinoa. Military ncoda for. aluminum In 19'lli were 1.2 billion pounds, or about throe and one-half times tho entire output for 1939. Freed 1 By Yugoslavs V. S. ARMY Maj. '.George Wood (ubovb), and his family of Philadelphia, F»., . have been released by YuKOsliiv troops, according to an'/ announcement from Allied Force Hoiulqunrtcrx in Italy. The Woods were -reported to have Iwon Nol'/.cd near-TrlWito, (Interim lloiiiil), . - STRBHD 2nd BIG WEEK ?K<* MacMURRAY Anne BAXTER IH TECHNICOLOR 2nd HIT IT SHOULDN'T HAPPEN TO A DOG Canlt IAHHIS • Mlfi JOSIM WEDNESDAY! uuin i men , cREBTGuvjsnnquennn .M.. cimf ' i. A.tO, ««>» 1 Official Explains Brewer's Resignation Tho Millvilla Association today gave tho renson proffered them by Albert Brewer, when he resigned from the oi-BJinixo-tion 'ycatorday. "Mr, Brewer," one official staled, "is at present worlting nights and he finds it impossible to mannge the asKOcia.lion to the best of his nbility. Therefore Mr. Brewer chose to icsign, ar.d for that one reason only," Tho Association had wished him 'o continue at .their helm, this official said, but upon hearing his •-.-.sons, -nd sympathizing with them, they accepted his resigna- Lion with regrets. Mr. Brcv.-cr also discontinued relations with the local Amateur league for the same reasons. Ho will retni'n his position as manager of the Millvillc Cubs, •though, it was revealed, and in that way. will remain active in the org.iniKation, at least to that extent. Switzerland lends the world in per capita consumption, of milk with 2-18 quarts. The U. S. is second with 353 while in normal years, Sweden, Germany and Italy followed in that order. ^ ALL STAR " BOXING at Municipal Stadium Wnterbury Goor^c F. Mnlliffun, Promoter FRIDAY EVENING AUGUST 9th 10 Hounds—Main Hout ERNIE GRIFl'IN, Tampa vs. CO<n;»DGE MILLKB, New York H Rounds Scmi-Flnal UOBB'Y HlCKS.Wntcrbury vs. FRANK VIGEANT, Tliomuwton 0 Kounils BIJ.I.Y BROWN, Manchester vs. S MORGAN, Hartford Al Silvcrman Bjohnny Llzak N Y. I Sprinijficld 'VH. I vs. . Chiirlcs Harris • Don Pearson N. Y. I Midfllctown fi Itouiids P 4 Rounds •••^•••••••••••^•^^•^•wi^^^^^* iUiiRKidc $S.7ii Grnndstand Kc served $Z,!M and Rush $1.25; All Tuxos Jnrliidcel Tickets, Now on Sulo ut MullI , llcslnurnnt, 1C, Phoenix Avc,, Wntcrbury '' Flionc 3-i>76S FULL LIQUOR LICENSE Friday and Saturday Night Special. CAPE COD CLAMS ON HALF SHELL — STEAMED CLAMS — — CLAM BROTH — • featuring) . . : . Midday Meals of Hot Dinners and Sandwiches' Serving, from 11:30 to 1:30 Also Open Sundays.12 to 0 P. M. — J. RUDOLPH ANDERSON, Prop 94. BRIDGE STREET. TEL.: 4967 "Red" Mariano Returned To St. Firahcis Lineup Standing of Teams "AJVUSIUCAN J.EAGOB '' Vfsfcrchiy's Itcsnltn •Washington •). New York 3. St. Louis 3, Detroit 2. Chicago 3, Cleveland 2. PliiladcIpliia-EoKton (2) rain. Tho Standing Boston . .• New. York Detroit V/ashinR'ton . Cleveland Si. T -ouia Chicago Philadelphia W. L. 73 51 59 43 5814 0251 ™ '- T > 1C 07 45 59 20 72 Pet. .702 .578 .!36n. ,505 -471 .<H7 Today's ., Now York n.t' Washington (2) — Gumpcrt (G-l) and WlRht (0-1) vs. Leon,-i:-d (7-6) and Hacfncr (9-8) or Hudson (7-8). Philadelphia at Boston (2)—Marchildon (7-10) and Savage (1-9) vs. DobHon (10-5) and Zubci- (3-2). • Cleveland fit Chicago (2)—Feller (20-G). and Embrcc (.6-8) vs. Grove (5-!)) nnd Paplsh (2-11. (Only Barnes scheduled.) Kennedy Looks For Victojry Sunday Upon Return Of Ace Pitcher NATIONAL LEAGUE 1*est(?rcJ:iy's Kosuita St.. I.nniS 8, PIMsburpTli ]. Brooklyn at Now York, ruin. J3o:;ton at Philadelphia, rain. Only, games scheduled. Frank Shea, president of the Amateur League, today announced a Kpccial mcctinrt will be held tomorrow nisht in the offices of the Nnufjatuck Dally News, for all league officers and the team managers. He urged that all these mem- I bers be present. An Important contest Is scheduled for action this coming Sunday, when the St Francis team meets the Rangers at Recreation Field in the first game of a doublc-hc'ador. With Robert "Red" Mariano bach in the starting lineup. Manager Jim Kennedy is looking to upset the undefeated first half champions. This will be the first contest for th c Rangera in thc .second half, as It will be for thc MilviUc A. A. and the Highlanders who face off lithe second game of thc day. There has been one contest ploy- ed in thc second half, when tlie Beacon Falls Crusaders defeated the St. Francis nine, C-4, at the j neighboring community last Sunday. Prizes will be awarded between thc first and second contents. Game lime of first game !s 1:30 p. m. The Standing Hroolilyn St. Louis St. Louis Chicag-j Boston ..... Cincinnati New York Philadelphia Pittsburgh W. L. fi2 10 Gd 11 .T.) 41 .W -Ifi -M! 48 47 42 38 ret. .r,os .59-1 .090 .53T) .495 .41V) Ml .•(2P .3SS Today's Gamps, Pitc-.hers •Brooklyn at New York — Lombard! UO-G) vs. Trinkia (0-7). Boston at Philadelphia <2) --Spahn (4-1) and Wright (7-7) or Lee (7-G) vs. .Donnelly (2-0) and Judd (6-9). Chicago at Cincinnati — Borowy (5-5) vs. Hcussor (5-S). (Only games scheduled.) For A Snack, a Sandwich or a Full Meal, Try DUFFY'S Restaurant WATBB STREBT FULL LIQUOR LICENSE DO D GE liotchkiss St. Garage .17 HOTCHKISS STBEET Tel. 5727 ,1. J~ MAXILAUSKAS, Prop, SALES — SKB\1CE There arc 0,4-13 local selective ervice boards in the U. S. Beverage Coolers { Now In Stock j Electric Appliance Co. j } S A. Li E M PLAYHOUSE WED. Thru SAT. SANDY BEACH LA ICE QUASSAFAUG DICK FINLEY, Mgr. Open 30 A. M. to 10 P. M. Boating • Bathing • Plcnlw WANTED ELECTRIC MOTORS 1-6, 1-4 and 1-2 H. P. Tel. Waterbury 4-1694 and Reverse Charcc 1UGHEST PRICES PAID The WATERBURY HEATING Co. Lenders In Home Ilsatlnc 31-36 SPRING ST. 4-fl4'» R&P METAL WORKS 00 SO. MAIN STREET (Rear) Sloe! Rars & Sheets FOR SALE Ornamental Steel Work Telephone C.177 Imperial Whiskey $3.39 J. K. STORES CUT BATE, LIQUORS, WINES, UKERS 890 N. Main St Tel. 4079 Free Delivers' Anyw.lcre In "ALL THROUGH THE DAY" "IN LOVE IN VAIN" UP WITH THE LARK" "THE. RIGHT ROMANCE" •"CINDERELLA SUE" "THE RAILROAD SONG ••^•••B™""^""—•"- Daytott, Rubber . Mfgi Co. V^BELTS Every Size of 1MO - 2MO - OMO Series in. Stock! 22 SAVINGS ST STRATTON'S RESTAURANT 18-20 Park Place Open Dally Until 1 A. M. A DAILY TLUNCHEONS AND - 0 A LA CABTE Dlnlnp iloom. Food Bar »nd Booth Service

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