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T'AOE 0—NAUOATUCK NKWS (CONN.). FRIDAY. AUG. 0, Tony Lazzeri Buried Today dity, IS'nW York, Am;. {' (UP)--The Hptn'Cii world Is mill mourning to- the ill-nth i»f iiniithel 1 oni' of gnuitii, Arithuiiy "I'owih 'urn up" l.a/./i'H, Thu fdi-riK-i' nrr<»ml bmii-'jnan In on- of Ihi- KiViU.-ut Vunki'i! In- riitldii would hnvi' lnnin -I- ytiui'M old In lli-i-enilini-. Hi- wan bought by tlui Yunloi In 1 {«.'.'• for $MJ,000 and flvu [iluyeni anil fur thi- m-xl ];; yi'iirM iiliiyi'tl with nii';h bunc- ball lirunortaiii IIH I till", isuth un I.bii Cirhrli; anil Mlllm- Hiigglim. Hui-lul IN iichiitliilwl fur U'dn In Han KianclMcti whi-re "I'uo.'i 'urn up, Tuny' flrit pliiyml ball. n & i» METAL WORKS Ul> SO. f-l.MS STKKK'I 1 (Ki-iir) Siccl llitr.i A Sliccli I''OH SAM 1 : Oi-mvnu-nUil Stci.-l Work TclMpliumt I1K77 MacMURRAY Anne BAXTER J 2nd 'HIT- •fOUllOH'T HAPPEN TO A DOfi IAHMS .<• <4<//» iOHIH WCDMIAAYI i«»f < mm i CUV |] A»K ' flTCHEIEID ^U/nvtWU, /UliftZH. li'uiifilf'r than "Hppitrntii Kfiom.'i" 'KOOM SERVICE' Aii.n'iisl (i-tu fil>!AT!-'.: .?U»>. -i;i..M). S2.0() phiii (nK Ciii'liiln h:4fi 'I'vl Mt'ihrii-ld ««» NhlXT WI-JKK: Tin' Cui'lnln KlKoi WATERBURY . [AttlLTOW PARK (J. S. Rubber Routed By Waterbury Tool After having trout)In with "n in- hodpltablo HOftUill club, which rn- fuiMKl to ijlvo up thu dl(iri:ond, Ihu .Vuugatuck KtibhiT tonm nnd tho VVuU'i'biiry Toi>l finally b(i«an thulr cuntDii'. l.irtt ovi-nlng at Full-mount jiin-U In Wiit'-rbury. 1-Tovlously tho 'gnmi.' had boon iluluyod by i-aln, but the playors who were already on tliu (IcUl poiiotl another probli-m for lt\n two tuamii who'/lnully had to ru- ly on tho Wiitorbury police lo get tho llttld for thorn, Al'tur obtaining tho right to piny. It l-i doubtful that tliny would have bcirfi .10 anxious to procure the fluid. tin' luil by thf thru,; hit hurling of ihi,|r pltolinr, tin- Tool blanked the- tr. 9. learn to an 11-0 tuno, and glvlnif rhi-m tin- right tu ivprc.ionl thl.-i arcti In I he -Uale tourney bolng held III Sti-nlfiircl of this romlng week. Mr.'ui'u by innlngn: •I',,,,| 100 M!, x—II M 1 [lubber . . OCiO 000 0— 3 ,'J 1 I'.i-ev.'ru'll und r.oy; R/ulo and Far- mi-, I'mplrii: r.ju-oiH! and Wuuvlni;. Naug a Healy Hurls Four-Hitter Hits Well For Locals All TIME BEST? vs. Legion Nine Capitalizes On Oppositions' Errors To Win Important .Contest Dublnd Salem Seniors Win Watermelon By JXOYIV.TONKS I'noiid by Frankle Riitchor'n two mint' runs and u doubli.- by John I'Hb'-n, tho Siilum Seniors clofunt- ril thu finlbm Junloi-«, 1O-7, In u .lii'ltllii): contest played n-t tin; Su- om school playground yesterday. With froii-hlttlng being tho or- IIT of the day, a nip und tuck but- ln i-n.viiril for nlni- Innings, with IIH Jiinloiy trailing all the.- way, nit patting forth a burnt of pow- r In tin- late Innings that scut-oil lii'lc tiU'l'i; powi'i'ful udvi'r.'iurlu.'i ut iitlll was iu.1 enough to win thu all game. Thu KUIIIC wa.'i playiul with a wa- n-niiiluri a.*i tin- ulijcct for victory, hi) fruit, which sv:i.-i i'ii'tt.'si with •li:;h by tin 1 wliuilii;: ii'iini at thu ml "I' thu conti-Mt, v/a-i donated by [in-old 1'.'. .CVivltlii. optoiticti'i.-il. Seoi-n by IniilnjfM ah'in Si'.i. in^O'l I 101 -10 12 2 u\vr.\ Ji-a. 0101 01!031-- T S 3 a'.t'-rli.'ii: (wlnnln'i; toam firut, Idi-n, JOIIUM; McCunn, Mala, t/miilro: Mato.i. Tho best in Speedway Shows throughout the East! MIDGET AUTO RACES Danbury Speedway Danbiiry, Conn, Every Sat, Nite 8:30 p s m. ft'ulurlnjr the iiiitlons finest rtlwny j»c.l<i\v.4 In i-losc CMIIII- Hlon, Adni, (frandstand $1.20 tax Inc. Preo I'urhlnc '•vs^^^^+^+fr FOOTBALLS NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "HUMS" WKAVINO, ITOJI. Court 'jfiil. M&4 DANCING SATURDAY and SUNDAY NIGHTS LAKE QUASSAPAUG BALLROOM CLIFF SLATER AND KIS SENSATIONAL NEW 13 PIECE ORCHESTRA "Ml'Slft AS YOU 1,1 KK IT" ADMISSION 60c (including tax) Sim-vlci; ID thct I.uku HUM SWIM AT QUASSY BEACH LAKE QUASSAPAUG (Ml.,VI., llun.fH Kim lllri'i't in ll CI.KA.NKMT HI'OT IN TIIK Blakedeek AUGUST FUR SALE — MJY NOW AND SAVK — 01) N. MAI.; STUKKT \Vutcrhiiry 'I'd, «.S78T BICYCLE SUPPLIES AT Ot'T-ltATK 'C! O '" "'"'•'• SO SAVINGS ST. 1)I,M. C-OIM7 I-'UI/IT «OOI> 1AJVK ,JAIt KUIJIU'lltS J'JtKSSUKK COO.KKIIM AM- TYi'ias or IIKI'AIU ,WQltK Order Your Hot Point Electric Appliances HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 Tolop>io'>*> I'roMto (linnii-dliiti' Delivery) WEISS' Ben Franklin Store 102 CIIUHOII STKKIET CHAPPIE'S TYDOL GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 2-iK niiinc.)': ST. TMI, Mc.MII.I.AN MOTOII llll.S the four hit hurling d .ly, thu NuuijatuoU Amoi 1 lean Loylon team yesterday played lhi.-ii' boat -ball same of tho. sea .son, In tlcfoatinK the WindHor J^o ;;ioli tiiain, ^i-f', for lint ytuto chain plonshlj) and to i:lvc them n. chance '.o ivo on , and i>luy In the Nutiomi Kuglonala ut Glen Fulls, N. Y., dur- InK next ivuok. For tin? 1'li-st five innings of pla> ;n yo.sturday's contest, Vin Hoaly and ihu colored ace I'oi- Wlnclsoc, JOIHIM, uriKaK'-'d'In a. pltcburs clue with neither pitcher , holding, an • dfc'e. In the last of tho flf-th, though, JonuM was utrlcken with one of thoiin old maladloH that so often upset plLchurs; an ori-or by an i'.v I'ieklei-, With two men down, Joo Healy svaa walked fur ihe .second svalk Hint was g-jven up by Jones; Ketily hovlnjf i-eceivcd both of tlium. Following Healy'a walk. Gnorpe SchiiHler. singled, sending; Joe Healy down to third and then in home when tho second baseman threw a bad put; to' the third sucker and NituKatuck wc>nt aheud, 1-0. That one run Inter proved to be ampin for a victory, but ir.ltinj; nc •-•hanc'i.'.H, Nuu^ntuck capitalized on n:cuiul baseman Vaulln's sQCond er- i-or, In -Uie seventh, which put jjtuuflVr on first base and to HBC- 'jr.d- on a passed ball, A single by Jor; J-Ii'aly, who had scored thu ilrst run of tins giiniu brcju{jht Stauf- t'oi- homo. Sfihustui- tlion singled u-::Uii, I'oi- his third hit of tin; day, but Sail Angelo urourulod out to rid the Inning, Thi; scoring was erulod In tin- olKhth Inning, when, with one uway, tliu combination of Vin Hualy and C'liot Usaltiewicx went lo town ;iiln, with Hculy's sinfrlc briiiK- t; In the final run of the game, lleuly IX-Kurvos Ci-cdit Much of the c fed it /'or Nauya- tuuk'.s taking of tho sta-tn eham- pionsihlp yesterday, must be ;.;iven to tholi- pitcher, Vin Healy, for it was partially through his outtinn on last Saturday -that the boyu get thl.-i chunci; on which they cuplUxl- i'/.i.'d and It was his' pitching .thai eventually proved fullest Insurance for the local team, Aprainst Windsor, IIH allowed four hits, walked two men and s-lruck out nine. Foi- the Windsor ninn. tholr hurl- ui 1 Jon on deserves as much ci-edk ua .one can >;ivu to him. Ho pitched a normally winning ball game ajralnst the local team yesterday but duo to the weak fielding which was highly apparent btliJnt! liim, , victory was not In the ofllnj.; for ' him yesterday. ^(Misatlonal ditch The moS'l H'.-nKatlonal fielding gem of the dny was pc-rfoi-uiod by Bob Karkovlc In the seventh inning, when ho made a running catch uf Windsor first baseman, Toiviolonls' long drlvu to right field. A.--lde from Markovic, tbo remainder of the 'Naugutuck team nil played par oxcclolnt ball, picking up anything and everything that came near them. 'J'hnrn ware only li asslaU in thu same and Pltchc'i- Vlnllealy had six of them. Nuugy Brlofs: There wore or.ly two runs battnd in yesterday, both ny Healy... A lotid.spealci-'r system was InsUillud at yestci-dav's Knma Standing of Teams JUEAGV;E, ; Y(!stord;i.v'N Cleveland C, Chicago 0 Cist). Chicago 7, Clevolaild G (-' Now-York 9, Waahtngton 3 (1st) NSW .York 33, Washington 3 <2d> Boston .4, Philadelphia 3 (1st). Boston 10, Philadelphia G <2d). lOnly i;umi:y scheduled.) . Xlie Standlntr, Boston New York Dctro.lt -..-... Wui'blnK'ton CJtiVuland it. Louis ••'.. 40 57 Jhlcngo 4(J 00 Philadclphiii. 30 7-1 Today's Ciuncs, Pitchers (All games a-t night.) Boston ut Now Yoi-k —Ferrlss (18) vs. Bevens (12-7). Phihulelphia at Wixsliinglon— Christopher (G-l) vu, Hudson (7-8), Detroit at Chicago — Hutchinson 7-8) vs. Smith (77). Cleveland at SL. I-.ouis— 0-0) vs. Galehouse (5-8). NATIONAL LEAGUE Ycstorduy's Results I'hilntliilphUi 9, Boalon S UoBtnn 7, Phlladelphiu Brooklyn 3, New York .1. Chic-uf;o 2. Cincinnati 1. (Only jjaineS' scheduled.) 3rooklyn I. Louis The S W. L. .......... ....." C3 40 .............. CO 41 ......... 54 4G ;oiiton ................ K) SI inclmmti ............ 48 L.2 Vuw York ..... • ....... -',756 hihululphia ......... •. . 43 57 s ltt»bui-i{h ............ 33 00 ret. .612. .594 .540 .490 .480 .400 .430 .388 Today's fiamos, I'hchors (All contests at night.) Nuw York at .Beaton -Kennedy B-4) vs. Spahn (4-1). Erooklyn ut Philadelphia— Higbe 0-11 v:i. Judd CO-D). Chlt-asiJ ut PlUsbui-gh— Wyso (11- VK. Suwell (C-7). St. Louis at Cincinnati — -5) vs. Heusscr (G-8), by Jacl; Sullivan and Fran Feeley, with no charge being made to the Legion. The local veterans are to be congriUiilntcjd for thuir generosity and their interest in the .own'x youth. iiox scores below: Windsor ab r h po a Vulva, If ,| Poulin, 2b 3 /ohnxlon, c <t P duly, i-f Auntie, x cf [. Poulin, 3b Total.-i 0 4 ab Hi'aly, 2b 2 Schu.'itur, cf Sun Anf,'ulo, Vntowlch, 'I Markovic, /, Healy, j: itniiffflr, If Cm-tin, un . Totals .'. Errors: G. 2b rf St. Francis vsRangers Mature Game Sunday Munaffer "'Jim -Kennedy will be depending upon Lhi stronp rlyhl. 'arm of Robei-l "Rod" Mariano this coming Sunday, when his St. Francis' nlni: faces off nifai'nsl. '.he undcfoat- cd drat hnl 1 .' 1 champions, the Rangers. The Alliinmcn, who last Sunday removed any doubt n.s to their true iibilily when they trounced the l-Iiithlnndrr.'i to the tune of 1S-0, have only nn;t the St. Fi-anois' nine cjnco this .sf-a.stin in league compe- i.itioi) ai:d that time eiUred out the" sli-onp; Church street-coinbine, in an. exciting contest,Coach Gcor^'C' Alien.- will, r/iore than likely, rely on bis ace, Rudy SzcKC-SiuI, to.hur! against Kennedy's staiwarts. It is expected that t.his Kame will be one of the closest played pames the lonfcuc fans will have ha.fl experience to use this season, as both pitchers arc reported in fine shape and neither is lacking in ability. In lh.e second..,i,'ame of the day, Milt Weissman's Highlanders will' engage the Millville team and. wjj bo favored to be victorious agai afi-alnst tho Stauffer array. Th WelKsmen wil be out to vir.dieat heir defeat last week at the uRng er's hands and start off the secont Ihnlf of Ic.'Lf.'tie fjlny with a victory Prices will be fflven away bo twecn the first and second contests Fighfing Tonight Municipal Stadium . George Mulligan presents another ."ail-action" fight program to- nijflit at WatfiJ'bury Municipal Stadium with Ernie Grif'ln, ruj;K^d Tampa. l-'l:i,, Notfro lijjI-.-l heavy- \vei(jht, and Cooliclfre MiJlnr, .1;?- i^rc^sivo ?v f c\v Yorkur, in tbo top bout of 10 rounds. A repeal porforn:ar.co :\.:\ tho result of a snnsiitinnul 10-round draw staged by Eniiu .'ind Coolidtjo three wcck.s ago, 3 :t romrjtoi- Mulligan il£- uros on tnni(.;'hl.'s show attracting c'.oso lo 3,000 fans to the bifj Brass Ci-'.y Stadium. In the event of rain haUiJisr 10- niifht's .program, tho enliro card will be sLa^uO on Monr.lay oveninx', it was annoiir.ccd today by ISd- war'd Curlcy, publicity director for the Watt-i-biiry AC. Tho 5emi-fin.il number should be a dinjt-dunjj battle all the way, Frunkie Vigear.t of TJiumaston clashing: with Wutcrbury's latest kayo sunsjitio.-i, Bobby Hicks, who has won Iiis last six starts in quick fashion. Two sixers nr.d a four round out the Stadium card for tliis ovij- nin;,', Ellis Morgan, Uurtford, lakes on Cilly Brown, of Manchester, whilo.-Charjuy Hari-i.s, New York, and Al Silverman, Bronx, are also i scheduled. The four brings to- ! jfctlior Johnny L,i»ak, of Spring- ] field, and Danny Pearson, of Middletown, a-t S:HO sl-.arp, The Kates will opi.-n at 7 o'clock and there, in ample puj-kinfr space at both ends of the Stadium. Football Practice 6 P. M. Tonight With only n. month to jjo before the IliRh school opens and foot- hull .season begins. Coach Peter Folcy has boon holding extensive drills every Monday and Friday evenings. JVrom the looks of the squad, which li.-is thus far reported for duty with this year's squad, this year's team should cclablish one nf tho bca; records that any squad han, in post i;Ciisons. Couch Folcy has liad admirable assistants ilurinp tho past two weeks that lie has been giving hi£ chni-Kcn pr:icticn. Both Dick Tuckey and Bill Potrillis lJa^ ^ e beoi aJd- in;,' tho IMu»nr.v High mentor with tho procession of this year's riqund. Tonight's practice session be- ifins U'l C p. m. and Coach-Folcy has stated that he will welcome any new candidates who would like to report to him at the field today SANDY BEACH LAKE QCJASSAPAUG JJ1CK FIN LEY. MKr. Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M, O Bathing Eotchkiss St. Garag-e 47 HOTCHKIS8 STREET Tel. 5727 J. L. MAZ1LAUSK.VS, Prop. SALES — SERVICE 33 3 n 27 12 for Forb.us in Oth. l^oulin 3, Jones, Klcly LUGGRGE FOI£ I'OKTIIAITS OF DISTINCTION I'hono 4720 LYLE & EARL PORTRAIT STUDIO 11 No. Muln St. PLAY POOL On First Class Tables R & M ALLEYS 150 MAPLE STREET , Usaklowlcx, SchiistRr, Uun.s. batl<;d 'n: V. Healy; J. Hculy. Two base ills: Jonc.M. Stolen ba.ses: Nalva Johnston 2, Jones, Schuster. Dou- blo plays: G. Poulln-Tomolonis. Left on bnnes; Windsor 5, Nau^a- tuclt 7. Baaus on balls; Jonea 2 Healy 2. Strllcc-ou<t!i: Jonea 10 Healy D, Winning pitcher: Healy' Loslnfr pitcher: Jones. Umpires; Stanion, Kolly. (Vturphy SALEM PLAYHOUSE WED. Thru SAT. EXTERIOR, A INTERIM All Grodno ^^ Sue Our Lurgo StMk ok LAWN and *GARDENSEEDS also All Kinds of Fertilizera TOOES FOR GARDEN and LAWN • SHOVELS (long and abort Imndlos) • GARDEN BAKES • HOES — SPADES «. PftUNlNG SHEARS • GRASS SHEARS /** 4 TiTO V GANS, Inc. Maple St. Tel. 3507 WANTED ELECTRIC MOTORS 1-6, 1-4 and 1-2 H. P. Tel. Waterbury 4-1694 and Reversi- Charce HIGHEST PRICKS PAID The WATERBURY HEATING Co. Lender* in Home Heating S4-SG SPRING ST. 4-647H M. Lucas Upsets Mike KIoc In Championship Flight Remainder Of Matches To Be Played Off By Tomorrow At Latest . In tho opcninj; rounds of the :bamplonship figh-t for the A.B.A. Country Club season title. Marly Oucas pulled 1 the upset of the -week >vh«n ho stroked out a two ov<;r :iar 7-1 to edge highly rated Mike Kloe by a single utrok«. Kioc, who was favored In the ouincy, had a bit of hard luck on he course, experiencing difficulty .vith his putting, while Lucas had i wonderful day, especially with iis drives i?j teeing off for each iolc. The clcsenoGB of the match nadc it one of the most thrilling uunds of the day and featured he opei'.injj of the qualifying; ounds that are bclnj; conducted lurinjj this week. In second flight play this week •VaJJy Kloc defeated Lloyd Halock, 2-1; Art Buunan took C. Woodward, 7-6: and T. ArchaQi- ult defeated T. Meyer. 3-2. For tho remainder of the cham- Tionahip flight, Ed Cichow.sk! debated Ed Douglas, two up and one .vbiJc the remainder of 4he top | Boys Admit Stoning Trains In Stamford Hartford. Aug. 0—(UP—Ffvn boys have admitted stoning at least two passenger trains, injuring at It.-ist six persons. The youngsters, whoso ages ranged from 9 to 33, told police they hurled rocks because they liked "i.o see tho pu-sscngors duck." The quiniet will be arraigned In juvenile court, charged with Juvenile delinquency. fligh-t. are scheduled for play by the weekend. Remaining matches in this flight are: H. CiosIewKki vs. Jim Krykow- ski. Tom Luca vs. 13ob King. F. Biletz vs. Gus Klein. S. Krulilcowski vs. Tony Warano- Ziggie Furs vs. Jack Dean. John GalesUi vs. Ossie Cray. =CARSTON'£= HEY STOUT MEN ... this is for you! .Dayton jRubber •:'.' '-tiifg'.''Co. -, V-EELTS .Every Size of WO - 2MO - OMO Series In Stock! MIUSUPPIIES*! Eft TOOLS 22 SAVINGS ST. TEL. 5-.22AI STRATTON'S RESTAURANT 18-20 Park .Place Open Daily Until 1 A. M. • DAILY T,VNC11EONS- 9 AND DINNERS • A:.tA.CAJttXE MENU Dining: Room, Food. Bur, and Booth Service ' . Full Liquor License Just Arrived A New Lot "RIVERC00L' SUMMER - WEIGHT SIZES: 39 TO 46 STOUT It took some doinjr — but here they arc again! Your old - time summer favorite: RIVERCOOL the cloth that lets the cool air in a'nd the warm air out. Sizes fr.r you big follows and downright comfort in eacli and every cnr- nionf. Cinl yours early. . . they'll .TO fast! let COATS ... $2225 $3250 Handsomely tailored coats in popular tweeds, herringbones and monotones. They look equally well with sports or casual clothes. GflR s The Man Wfco Knows Wears Gartten Clothei 99 BANK STREET Waterbury CLOSED MONDAY DURING AUGUST

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