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- StTFrancisTs. Highlanders Important League Tilt Sunday Crusaders Favored Over Millvillo In Game To Be Played In Beacon Falls thu HI. .wlllhf bo in Sumiuy'H K»I»" Ki-iiriclH uiul lh of oxtrtimii ImporUmcu to I«UIIIM. With n IOSM iilri'iuly chiilKnd up 11,-iilriKl ti>""-> I" ll '° ""toril huir pluy, Coiuili Jim Korini'tly'H nlno m .|.<li u victory In .Sunday's >:tum- to .,v..n KM" u lu-.-ntli »r Htn in Ihu B ,.coml huir play. whll.. tho I Hull- luixliTK. who will fufo ttio stfcmK HI.' MlchnuI'M In tin. miccootllfiK 1 woffk'B pluy nwuil tlin victory to k«ir'r> th.,m m a tl.. for Ili-Ht pliici. nntl to fc'lvu thtmi u tihtmcv for sun- tiilni'd llfi' whun they rnot thi- Cru- Miniiii-M the following' Niimluy. f!diit:h MUt W<iln.iniii,n in psjii'd- ln>- to call en Owen to pitch thin- Ij.ipnrtnnt content, wfillu Jim Kun- tiuily will lay )il» hop«» fl " tl11 ' utruiiK i'ltf»t lll ' r " of K|K| • %Illl ' l; " 1 "' VVhilii thl.-i Unpdi'Uint conHisl !>'• Inklnt: i.liicu In thu borough, dii- otlKir liniuji-tant Kimiu will In- play'(..(I at ttni Athiutii J-'lulcl In Helicon ll'llllN. bftWIM'll till! MIIIVIUll A. A. u na thu HI. Mlclm«rn Ci'tnudi'm. Till- Hllllll' 1.1 I'Xpuutlltl t(J 111) nil i'llliy victory fi.r It"' Ht. Mlchu-1'.i tciun, bllt yull III'VIT Cllll lull, I'JVI'II till' I'hlUidclphlii Athltttlc-i win on<.T In u while. Uuy Wlsnlcw.'ikl, uco rlj:Mt tnuul- «r for tin- Liuucon Kiill« 'Mcumil. l» uxpiictcil to tun til" mound fui- tht> Ociuiadi'i-M. while tillhur 1-iootlKc'i 1 or Mumitri'i- Flurry HtiuilTor will i'.«l tho call for thii Mlllvlllitrs. Knink Han Anifi'lo will ri'i;clvu for the Hubbui 1 uvtinue nqiliul. I-i'lor to Hi" nmlM cmitesit at tlin Kecrcatlon r'lold Siinduy, an all Kt'nr tefiin c'otnpoMi'il <if 'hi 1 '""'' tiujrli'si ymilli will iinpicii a iitroni: c'lub fi-oifi tho Wuti'fhury iicuii. '['he riitii "t which a 1 ,! uiluit i'X- plri-s curlinn illuxidi. vuiloi with hln cundltturi nt rupciJH'; lelmt In Mleffi. Ki'ditcr In wnklng reft, and very grefitiii' In j>ei'tuU.'t of vkili'iit fllCEFIELD ft/um/rnf^ /ChaZZL The CURTAIN RISES . , , Thn Jean Arthur Oomi'dy lilt SWATS- .•fl.W), *l..'>!'>. S'J.OO I'liiK tux Curtain X:-lf. T.-l. MtchflwUl wn Noxt Wi'olt: F'lM'.-'.cmM Appuarun™ Junior All-Stars Named For Tomorrow's Pro-LeagTie Contest Ui-ri- IH thr NuuRiifnclc Junior IxiiiKUi' '.\ll-Stur' team that will opp'W" tho St. 1'rtcr and 1'uiil'n Juniors. Suiuliiy afternoon preliminary to the lllKliluiuJcr-St. rrunolM oon- ' Amiiivlu, Mlllvllle. 11): "K°- luiiil, Mlllvlllf, cf: Mjifkovlc. St. l''runcl.H. If; Tumscy, St. FninclH, «l>; ScluiMtor. St, Fmncls, (!! Trliino, YiinUiiPM. rf Scruntoii, Ku.st SlJers, 2I>; \V..()(lflel<l, Mlllvllle, us! Uoott- K ,-r, YanUt-e.H, |>; DowlhiK. St. friincls . p: Woostor, KiiHt SIcltTH, i>; Uroiwlcrlck, M' 11 - vUlc, p. .. The U-aiii will IK- unilor tho illreotlon of Al Brewer, couch of Mlllvllle. uiul KU McCarthy, couch of St. KriinclM. Kuch pltclHT will work two- Inning* ( ,r leSM. Ite.nerve pluj'iTH urn us follows: Spudolii, Mlllvllle; Nlxlon, St. Fninrls; I'ulrchllil. l<;ibit Slilers; Katocy, YunUi-es, und Si-riuito. Salem Scores 16 Runs In First TnUo thin for what It Is worth, but In -thp first Innlnjf of n content veuterday between the Salnm Jiinoi-Ji nntl 'the Hop Brook Jun- U,rs the Sulom hoys scored 1C runs on ii hits und 15 walks, and then addiid nine more runs in the succeeding Inning. To top it off. the contest wmi u rubber match, wi-th euch loam havlnK previously won rme Kame apluco. Our junior baseball sports editor. Krnny Clymer, umpired this ., and said 'no matter how im- i ; |i,it> it sound.-!, It's true. Hop i!r<iok would not I'oveul tholr butteries. Score i).V Innings: iU.m Jrn Hi 2 1C —25 13 5 on Rrook ,Jrn. 3 0 0 0 U— 3 2 11 liutterlun; (wlnnlnft teum first). McCunnn and Mikolavlch. Unijilrux: Clyniur, Roland, Morticians Accept Thurston s Challenge The Mnrry Moi-ticlans today ac- oi'plecl ihe nhnllonKf of the undo- fnated Thurston U:e tiuim to on- UHiji 1 them In their return buttle • in 'ni-xt r-'rlduy. Upon hisarlnn o( Ihe fhiillenK". membei'S of tho ti:am •mid thut they would be more than willing In meet lhi.- team they've I been waltlnK for so lonf; to onfrnRc. lillly Undo. Mortlolim ace. stated thill hi.- hus been waiting all in fur u crack at the hljch and ity Thurstdnei's and Is awalt- thlM Kami! next Friday with j i; re lit iintlclpiulnn. dipt. Russ , Wenviiu: In also uwaltlnn tho ftroat I day whim tlmnr two tcunis mf:0t In their return Krudsr battle.. [t In expected that a larRo crowd will iitteiul this contest and may klie beS't team %vln. FRIBEHITTER By Jack Sards Ed Dougals Eliminated In Afternoon Play Jack Strew Reaches Semi- Finals Of Waterbury Golf Tourney; Favored To Win Curs Wuxlied, 1'ollihfd CHAPPIE'S TYDOL GASOLINE SERVICE STATION fsr***< lit \ HKIDOK ST. TKI-. -MM 11.1,AN MUTOIl 1)11,S After a brilliant morning round n which he defeated I3ob Rclneckc, and 1. Eddie Douglas was edged ut by the same margin in the mi-finals .played yesterday after- ioon, at the Waterbury Country lub by Dr. M, M. Scarborough, r,. of New Haven. The local golfer was four up on hu New Haven Doc at the 15th lole when the Elm City medico cttled down, shooting slightly bet- or than par golf the rest of the vay In. Ed Cichowski, the other ocal golfer who watt in the chum- jlonship flight was eliminated in lie morning play G and 5 by Joe itepomiltis of East Mountain, Jack Strew shot brilliant golf hroughout the day and reached thu hreu quarter finals along with Dr. Scarborough, Steponaitis and Charey Clare. As far as other local golfers arc oncerned, Mike Kloc went on to he semi-finals, defeating Ed Mul- lall In the morning, 3 and 2 and taking thu measure of H. Emman- uelson In the morning rounds. Marty Lucas was eliminated in the morning by Dr. K. K. Blancharcl. Henry Cleslcwski entered the soml- flnals In the third flight, by eliminating Joe Flamighetti, -I and 3. Gun Klein was eliminated In the afternoon's play by Stan Jage'.a, one up on thu 19th hole, In a very close match, Jimmy Kryzkowakl, a member Of of the fourth flight, who was HUC- cew.tful in tho morning, was eliminated In the afternoon's play. Tom Neary entered the semifinals In the sixth flight by virtue of his defeat of A. H. Murtha, 2 and I, C.C.F. P«$ENTS VIVIEN . CLAUDE LEIGH'' RAINS AT.» P ,«i,n»TECHNICOLOR AND DIMCTED «Y with Flora Robson • Francis LSullivan thru UNITED ARTISTS 2ND HIT , THE FRENCH KEY with Albert Urkknr — Kvol.vn Ankers KXTKA — NKWS OF TIIK DAY Standing of Teams NATIONAL LEAGUE Y(<stcrdny'H Philadelphia 4. Brooklyn 2. Pittsburgh 3, St. Loulu 0 (2d>, Afternoon game postponed—rain. Cincinnati 3, Chicago 2. New York-Boston—rain, The Standing W. Brooklyn '.... CO St- Loulu 05 Chicago 57 Boston 5-1 Cincinnati 50 New York '18 Philadelphia •• -17 Pittsburgh 44 ret. .610 .002 .505 .<159 .•130 .-119 Today's Giimcs, Pitchers Boston «t New York (night • Nlggcllng (1-3) vs. Trinlde (5-9). Philadelphia at Brooklyn (night) —Stancou (2-3) vs. Gregg (5-3), Cincinnati at St. Louis (night) — Walters (8-4) vs. Beazley (4-5). Pittsburgh at Chicago — Ostcr- nnifilliT (0-7) vs. Sclimlt/, (8-8). Rubber Golf Team Ccmpetes Tomorrow New Haven Course The fc'olf team from the United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant journeys to New Haven tomorrow where it will compete with a stronfr field entered:in the annual Y. M. C.'A. Industrial Golf tournament held at tho Yale course. Winners in the local tourney conducted the first part of August, the Footwear team is led by Henry Cieslewski and includes such stellar golfers as Ed Cichowski. Chet and Charlie Wojack, and Joe WuJ- cik. Commencing at 1.0:30 a. m., matches will be played in threesomes with no more than one team representative to a threesome. Modal play shall be used as a basis of scoring, and the team having the lowest total score shall bo declared the winners. . Eight teams have qualified for the competition, and besides the United States Rubber entry they includa: New Britain Machine, United Aircraft of Hartford, American Steel and Wire of New Haven, and General Electric of Bridgeport. Waterbury. Stamford, and Torrington will also be represented. The Rubber quartet is expected to make a good .showing in the tournament, all team members shooting in the low seventies. They won top honors in the annual I. R. A. tourney held in Wutorbury the past two seasons, in 19'15 and IM-t. \V1LI. FULFILL CONTRACT Torn.'on, Mexico, Aug. 17—(UP) Former Dodger outfielder Louis Olmo told .the United Press today that he has every intention of- ful- f il!in< Y his* throe-year contrast with the Mexican league. Olmo denies that his lawyer has written Commissioner Happy Chandler, requesting reinstatement in the major IcagucB- Eight Members Of YMCA Enter Bridgeport Race Braves Purchase Coast Shortstop For Five Players, Cash Boston, Aug. 17—(UP)—The Boston Braves liuvo given fivn Payers antl an .undisclosed amount of cash in exchange for a brilliant west coast' shortstop. He is World War II veteran Jack (Lucky) Lohrke of the San Diego Padres of the pacific Coast league. Names of the five Bravos players involved were withhold. The Braves' new acquisition will report at their Fort Lauderdalu, Florida, training camp next spring. The 22-year-old infielder was batting .3fi3 for Spokane when Kent to the PadreH. In his short stay with Sun Diego, he wns hit for .331 only one point behind Oakland's LiisScarsella who Is the league leader. ,, Lohrku got his nickname "Lucky recently when an injury to a San Diego player saved him from possible dea-th in the trugic bus accident which claimed the lives of nino Spokane, Washington, baseball players- While in the army, he twice cheated death in accidents which claimed a total of 30 lives. Currently he has been playing his first season of A-A-A baseball. St. Francis Nine Defeats Yanks By KENNY CLYMER An eight run uprising in the seventh inning put yesterday's game between St. Francis and the Yanks in the icebox for the Church street array. Capitalizing on three hits, five walks and'a series of errors, the victors cinched, what had an inning before been a close contest, and gave another win to their youthful hurler Bob Dowlinjj, Loose fielding marred the day's proceedings, with nine errors being chalked up as a total by both teams. Charles Alegi was the losing pitcher, allowing: eight of the 11 hits garnered by 'the St, Francis squad. Score by innings: St. Francis .. 201011.8—1311-1 Yanks ...:... 0010032—6 G'5 Batteries: . (winning team first). Dowling and Farren, Schuster, Alegi, Mascola, und Rabtoy. Umpires: V. Healy and Butcher. 80 G'S FOR TED? Boston. Aug. .17—(UP)—The Boston Glove says that Ted Williams probably will ask the Red Sox for an $80,000 salary nex.t season. That was Babe Ruth's top salary, paid in 1930 and 1031. The brilliant outfielder reportedly has been offered a blank check by Jorge Paequel of the Mexican league. In that case, he presumably would ask them for $100,000. DUPONT SPONGES All Sizes NAUGATUCK SP.ORT & AUTO SUPPLY "KUSS" WEAVING, Prop. fVlnftfow Court Tel. SSI* ASEBALL Municipal Stadium Waterbury TONIGHT — 8:45 P. M. NEW YORK POLICE RASSCOS AMERICAN LEAGUE WANTED ( ELECTRIC MOTORS 1-0, 1-4 and 1-2 H. P. Tel. Waterbury 4-1694 uiul Iltwprso IIIOIIKNT AID The WATERBURY HEATING Co. In l(nni» t4-3U 81'KINO ST. 4-O41H Just Arrived NEW LOGAN SHAPER For Itnmcdliito Dollvory SKK AHNOLU SMITH MILLSUPPtlES It SAVINGS it Tf L. R TOOLS Boston 4, New York 1. Detroit 3, Chicago 1. WaMh I ng ton-Philadelphia-Train, Only games scheduled. The Standing W. L. Pot. Boston 80 34 .701! New York CO 40 ,589 Detroit 0347 .573 Washington 5158 .487 Cleveland 55 59 .482 Chicago 5003 .-142 St. Louis 47 63 .427 Philadelphia 33 79 ,295 Today's GainoH, Pitchers New York at Boston — Bonhnm (3-4) vs. Ferrlss (20-4). Washington at Philadelphia (2) —Scarborough (0-0) and Ncwsom (10-9) vs. Christopher (5-4) and Harris (2-9). St. Louis at Detroit—Potter (7-7) vs. Benton (5-0). Chicago at Cleveland (nicht) — Smith (8-8) vs. Feller (21-7). TRHHO 2nd BIG WEEK Jeanne GRAIN Cornel WILDE Linda DARNELL CEniEnnmi IH TECHNICOLOR 2nd HIT- DERDLinE far MURDER war . *,„/ HUM i nun FRom smiquEimn » ,, **t**n MtKllHI _^ BOUGHT SOLD Rent a Trailer and Do That Job Yourself. ORANGE TRAILER RENTAL SERVICE TEI.KPHONK Nmicutuek SO«H Offl<* In Uulim CMT Iliirilwiirr Hide. We Are Now Receiving Shipments Of WEAR-EVER ALUMINUM WARE NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEA»Y BUILDING TEL. 5212 Two Mile Swimming Event To Be 'Conducted Sunday In Bridgeport Harbor Eight members of the Naugaluck YMCA have beun entered In tho two mile, cross hurbor swim, !><!• ln« conducted in Bridgeport, tomorrow, R-was rovL-ulud by Y- M. C. A. olllcials today. The persons who will try to place Naugatuck on the map in the ivispe'cts of swim.ring at least are: Gene Scranton, Bill Scranton, Jim McNamee, Al Raytkwlch, Al Paivo, Churlic Whl-te, A) Belillo and Alex Sullivan. One nntry was also made In the gldls' cross harbor swim, ulso two miles,-and which will start l!i minutes before the men's race. Miss Reginu Sullivan has entered to uphold the women of the borough. The race' will begin from Pious- urn Beach and will end at. Seaside Park. An annual affair, It is sponsored by the Bridgeport Herald, and entries for the event are i*- cuived from all the surrounding districts in the important event- POLIO CANCELS TOURNEY St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 37—(UP) — The American Legion National Junior baseball tournament, scheduled to be held in St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 20th to 28th, has been can- culled because; of tte infantile paralysis epidemic in Minnesota. But the games will be played, nrobably at Detroit or Holyoke, Mass. Legion olllciale say Detroit and Holyoke previously had bids for the tournament. Per capita consumption of cheese in the U. S. in 1039 amounted to fj.72 pounds,, compared with 4.61 pounds in 192-!. SALEM PLAYHOUSE Sunday - Monday Also "TALE OF TWO CAFES" Unusual Occupation News Coming Tuesday "TO KACI1 HIS OWN" ^ " A fresh coat ot paint oo wood work and wall* will make that room new again* Aod it you use the right paint, you can easily keep it clean and new • looking with soap and water. We recommend Murphy Paints (xt*H«* Intorta* See Our Large Stoek tf LAWN and GARDEN SEEDS also All Kinds of Fertilizers TOOCS FOB GARDEN and LAWN • SHOVELS (long and short bundles) • GARDEN RAKES • HOES — SPADES C PRUNING SHEARS • GRASS SHEARS CANS, Inc. Maple St. Tel. 3507 PLAY POOL On First Class Tables R & M ALLEYS 15C MAPLE STREET DANCING SATURDAY and SUNDAY NIGHTS LAKE QUASSAPAUG BALLRCJOM CLIFF SLATER AND HIS SENSATIONAL NEW 13 PIECE ORCHESTRA "MUSIC AS YOU LIKE IT" ADMISSION 60c (including tax) Bus Service to the Lake IITAI LISHID I !•« A SMART FEATHERWEIGHT ROBE OF NYLON AND RAYON AT ,$20 THAT'S A ROBE TO BE SEEN IN. It's a fusion of two great fabrics with a minimum of weight which makes it equally as popular with women as well men. The colors are beautiful, the model is attractive and ideal for that vacation trip or for your regulation at home lounge robe as an aid to gracious living. Complete * line of Work Clothes NAT'S 410 North Main St. Union. City TEI,. 6136 LAWNMOWERS GKASS CATCHER WALL PAPER IX STOCK PITTSBURGH PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STKEET (Acro*s from City Bakery) Free Delivery Telephone 5H4 TIME • uyv4LTxAOi.MAiii.KtM Time to take another look at the ever changing economic picture, and the effect on your family budget. Time to consider your Savings Program—does it measure up to current day need?. Most people need t\vo programs—one for erner- .gencies—the oiher for the future. You can begin today—and with as little as $1.00 —to build an account that will guarantee comfort and secnritv in later years. NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK 1870 «VEHTVHPTM ANNIVERSARY I94£ L&POfm FULLY GUARANTEED GUS SMOKE SHOP: 402 North Main St. Union City 5 Gus Klimaszcwskl, Prop. * Magazines - Periodicals 5 All Newspapers - Candy * Smokers' Supplies, Novetii-s, etc, > Our Jumbo Banana Split* and Fresh Fruit Sundaes Are The Talk of the Town! ! CORNER CANTEEN S92 No- -Main Street "Pom" Tclleriro, Prop. EDDIE'S Corner Spring- & Diamond St». GROCERIES - VEGETABLES FRCITS - ICE CREAM SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE Free Delivery Tel. 4919 Edward VloskaucUos, Prop. Highland Package Store 93 Highland Ave, — Tel. 8983 Anthony Furrur, Prop. FREE DELIVERY All Parts of Nflugatuck r**^**t v Try NEWS Want Ada.— They Brine COAL COSTS! WITH THE HONEYWELL tc 4anitor /| CONTIOt. lh» Hon«yw.ll EUclcio jolor damp.r control you «n ..av. up lo 30% on your coal bill. TbuJ; Skat tW. .avmo m«an. durioff Ju«t on* bftating loaioo. W« hav» Electnc laniton in nlocli now. Call u» loday. b«let« ih» »upply U SOD*, lor lull InlormoUoB. The Haugatuck Fuel [ Co 87CHUECHST. ( o

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