Hartford Courant from Hartford, Connecticut on October 15, 1944 · 46
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Wolfson's veteran seven-year-old Smart Bet won a $5000 stake at Rockingham Park when he ran a front race over the six furlong route today to take the Lowell handicap before 10,000 turf fans. . ... . ,. , , Winner of the $3000 added Gener-1 Nashville, Term., Oct. 14.-(AP.)-al Green handicap on Oct. 7. the Scoring in every period and thor-Merle Simmons trained son of ougHly outplaying their plucky op-Ecomic rnmped over the heavy track . th pnilaHeinhia Eaeles de- to win the Lowell in 1:13.1. .ponents , tne rnuaaeipma tagiesae Trailing the winner was Mrs. W.Ueated the Green Bay Packers 38-13 Renaud's fast closing Mixer, with here today in the first big-time E. J. Daley's Johnny Jr. third, and ! professional football game ever D and B stable's Hill Sun fourth. I played in the South. Jockey Herb ClasKctt took Smart The exhibition was staged for the Bet to the front in the first furlong. (benefit of the 20th Ferrying Group's contending for the lead with Johnny Jr., but the Wolfson entry widened the gap in the stretch and won pulling away. Mixer came with a rush on the outside to take second place. Smart Bet, the favorite, paid $3.20, $.1.00 and $240. Mixer re- turned $3 80 and $3.00 and Johnny i Eagles marched on ground plavs to Jr. paid S3.60. the Packers' 32 where Hinkle passed first race Purse $1400 maiden! to Ferrhntc who was shoved out of syeclal weights. 2-year-olds, 8 fur- ho.nf1 on th 1(1 nlavs latpr lonns (chute t (off 2:08'. ! ?r. . r i o iwo piajs later Sanuone. cross 8 80 5 20 4 fio Hinkle slashed around right end to Park Avenue. Courtney 6 40 5 60 ; score. Minutes later Miller inter- Wham Earn. Zehr accepted. Brock's pass and was downed FireFiyeV Linda M. Flare Belle. n the Packer 12 On the next .play Agronomist. Boosis. Rita Royal, nay Hinkle again went around right end Day, Chancesaln also ran. and scored Standing Up. second race Puree $1500. allow- Philadelphia's third tally came on nnces, 3-year-olds and upward, 6!a 1rnm 7immprmn tn Cinupr furionits (chute i 'off 2 39). .Pa.ss Irom immerman to uauer. copyright Atterson li.oo 4 00 3 40 i meeKer raced 17 yards lor tne Amazed, Robart 400 3 4o!fourth and Macioszozyk charged MRKdala. ChaKln 4.60 irwn vnrrta thrnnrrh epntr for the Time. 1.12 4-5 A One. Eaglestone. Islam King, Heel Up. Grim and Gay also ran. Daily double: Sangone and Copy-wrieht paid S5O.20. THIRD RACE Purse $1600. allowance". 2-year-olds, 6 furlongs (chute) (off 3:09). Dune. Courtney 12 40 3 60 3 20 Jsckstiaw. Summers 2.40 2 20 Slender Lady. Balzarettl 3.40 Time, 1:14. Miss Peg. Halcyon Night. Henry Pnvne. Mossv Lake aiso ran. FOURTH RACE Purse $2000. allowances, 3-year-olds and upward, 6 furlongs 'chute) (off 3:37). PKiue. Chaffin 3 80 3 00 2 40 Oxie, Martin 3.80 3.00 Cream, Madden 3.60 Ttra. 1 :13. Harptscho"rd. Valdlna Craft, Ramsey, Pase II also ran. FIrTH RACE Purse $5000 added, Lowell handicap. 3-year-olds and upward. 6 fur'.oiiKR (chute) (off 4:08). Smart Bet. ChiKgett 3 20 2 AO Mixer. Turnbull 5.20 Johnny Jr.. Martin 2.20 Time. 1 13 1-5. Pete's Bet. Hill Sun also ran. SIXTH RACE Purse $1500. allowances. 3-year-oldn. 1 1-16 miles (off 4:37). Hero Mine. Martin 4 20 2 40 2 20 Public Opinion, Zehr 3.20 Canee. Seabo 2 .80; Time. 1 :50. Camera Man. Sunover, Tacaro Pilata, Creamy also ran. SEVENTH RACE Purse $1500. allowances. 3-year-olds and upward, li miles (off 5:08). Boy Soldier. Madden 19 00 1 60 Aircraft. Martin 5 00 Link. Hettinger Time. 1:56 3-5. Bonnie Golos. Light Landing. Marlon, Yank Bomber. Graustark S.60 4 00 5.60 Cis also ran. EIGHTH RACE Purse $1400. claiming, 3-year-olds, 1 1-18 miles (off 5:37). Old Smokey. Claugett 12.40 5 60 3 60 Spare the Rod. Pntterson 4 80 2 80 Off Shore. Drlscoll 4.40 Time. 1 50. Dorothy s Boy, Port Spin. Border Bat tle. Country Stylo also ran. Pro Grid Returns to Waterbury Field Today Waterbury, Oct. 14. Professional football returns to Waterbury Sunday afternoon with Promoter George F. Mulligan showing his Waterbury A. C. team against the Springfield Churchills, formerly the Providence Steamrollers, at the Municipal Stadium at 2:30. ' Mulligan will move the New ! rxmdon Electric Boat eleven into the city and will bolster it with former college players now in the service in New England. The Boatmen are playing night games in New London. The Waterbury team is well stocked with experienced players, and is coached by John Cawley. formerly of Scranton University and the Coast Guard Bears, who has been directing the Boatmen for 10 years. Among the players are Bob . O'Grady, former University of Connecticut captain, "Red'' Wallace, prominent as a basketball player, and Esco Sarakinen, former Ohio , State All-American. The Churchills have a strong team, winning over the New Bedford Whalers, 89-0. Their roster includes Johnnv O'Leary, ex-Brown back and Pittfield's Paul Sweeney, who nlayed for Providence college and Notre Dame. Steinborn Wrestles Szabo at New Britain New Britain. Oct. 14. (Special. 1Milo Steinborn of Milwaukee. Wis., world's champion weight lifter and claimant to the title of the world's strongest man. will be seen in action on Friday night's wrestling card at the Stanley Arena here. He will meet Sandor Szabo in the feature attraction best two out of three falls with a 90 minute time limit. Steinborn. like manv others, Is making a tour of the New England area and combines his brute strength with plenty of wrestling skill against his opponents. Is Your Car Dirty, r 1 This GLAZE lasts for months and protect the finish ijalnrt oxidation and corrosion. (Now In glasn bottle for the duration.) Distributed By GRINOI.I) At TO PARTS: SC HIEBFL BROS.: Manchester Hartford. New Britain. 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GREEN BAY PHILADELPHIA Ferrante Friedman Contl Manzlnl Banduccl Wlitert Miller Zimmerman Banta Hinkle Kercher 1 Ray It Sorenson lg Flower c Bucchnnerrl rg Schwammel rt Wehba re Craig Qb Duhart lh L. Brock rh Perkins fb 2 20! Philadelphia 14 2 20 'Green Bay 0 10 7 738 7 6 0 13 Oreen Bay scoring: Touchdowns. Perkins. Brock: point after touchdown. Hutson (placement); Philadelphia scoring, touchdowns, Hinkle 2. Oauer. Bleeker. Maciosrazyk: field goal. Zimmerman: points after touchdowns. Zimmerman 5 (all placements i. Pascoag FIRST RACE Purse $600. claiming, 3 year olds and upward, 5 furlongs, chute, off at 2:17'. i. Poker Dice. Fair 3.20 2 60 2 40 Noslned. Connolly 5.80 3.60 Grand Step. LaFltte 3.40 Time, 1 :04 2-5. Boss Walloper. Jockstone. Differential. Judfry. Miss Cold abo ran. SECOND RACE Purse $600. claiming. 3 year olds and up, 6'a furlonga, off at 2:50. Accuse Me. Brlggs 47.00 8 60 4 40 Mathora. Fair 3.00 2 40 Lariv Toddle. Galther 3.20 Time. 1:26. Little Nelm. Catapult. Margie Sue. Brown Chain. Buckets also ran. Daily double. Poker Dice and Accuse Me. paid $142 60. THIRD RACE Purse $600, claiming, 3 year olds and up, 6'i furlongs, off 3:22. . . ...I Two Ways. Connolly 13.60 6 60 s.oo Psychoanalyst. Hadry eu i t" In Charge. Moore .-AO, Time. 1:26 1-5. Miss Elmo. Dance Step. Earth, Moun tain Air. LiRQueen also ran. FOURTH RACE Purse $600. claiming, 3 year olds and up. 5 lurlongs, cnute. off at 3:53"i. Alseleda. Galther 3 60 2 60 2.20 Devil s Wit. Brlstgs 4 80 2 60 Distant Star. Richmond 2.40 Time, 1:04 1-5. Algeomar. Belle Feathers. Miss Vlc- fct-M-s stnr Quest, indlenatlon also ran. FIFTH RACE Purse $700, claiming. 3 year olds and up, 1 mile & 70 yards, off at 4:23'i. Dauberup Youngsma 39.40 14 60 7 60 Mesella. Moore 8 60 4.20 Sea Power. Hill 8.00 Time. 1:54. Water Fall. Bayford. Bree?.e Along, Titan. Canterup also ran. SIXTH RACE Purse $600. allowances. 3 year olds and up, 5 furlongs, chute. off at 5:01. Sunarian. Galther 19.00 5 50 2 60 Flying West, Fair 3 20 2 40 Sibling ran, Marrocco 2.20 Time. 1:03 1-5. Linwood Llnnle, Marrtl Gras, Oaklng. Valdlna Kate. Kath's Shadow also ran. SEVENTH RACE Purse $700. claimlnK. 3 year olds and up, 1 1-16 miles, off at 5:30. Catcall. Marrocco 4.60 3 60 3.60 Favorite Trap, Law 8.00 4 40 Gay Brldsett. Galther 7.80 Time. 1 :54 3-5. Rtchestan, Flag Orland. Danzig, Lady Orchid. My Money also ran. EIGHTH RACE Purse $700. claiming, 4 year olds and up, l"i miles, off at 6:00'i. Buckbor.rd. LaFltte 10.20 4 80 3.80 Worthownlng. Kirk 4 60 2 80 Shambles, Galther 2.60 Time, 2:59 2-5. Fiery Steel. Allen Cald. Semi Deck. Ring Star. Edelad also ran. Bob Stone to Offer Billiard Exhibition Bob Stone, former sheriff of Waterbury, will give a billiard exhibition at the Wooster Billiard Academy, Asylum Street. Wednesday, October 18 at 8 p. m. Stone will play 40 points of three cushion with Charles St. Pierre, local cue expert. After the match Stone will give an exhibition of fancy shots. , Scummy, Hazy? KLEAfMT with RYD-D-ERS Cleaner Super will quickly clean and remove the heaviest road film, scum and haze from the finish of your car. Then For Perfect Results "GLAZE-IT" with RYD-D-ERS Cel-o-g!aie Jamaica FIRST RACE Purs $3000; maiden sue-clal weight; 2-year-olds; miles; (off 1:54). Bobber. Oucrin 4S 0 19 10 10 20 Wire Quest. Robert 12 50 8 40 Isology. Stout 1.20 Time 1:49 2-5. Arjunow. Dolly Varden. Brldon, Care ful Agent. Bob Mann. Humoresnue, Richmond Jac, Wise Sun. Trace Man also ran. SECOND RACE-Purse $1000: allowances; 3-year-olds; 6 Iifriongs; (off 2 33';). Brave Marine. Oroh 62 40 18 10 8 10 Free France. Llndber; 4 90 3 50 Susan's Trick, Lynch 4.00 Time 113 3-5. Decision. If-If. Napoo. Still Blue. Early Winter. Sorlsky. Seal Rock, Turf R.. First Admiral also ran. Jamaica daily double. Bobber and Brave Marine paid S96fi,80. THIRD RACE Purse $3000 added: handicap; 3-year-olds and upward; 6 furlongs: (off 3:06',a). IBardia. Wrlicht 6.10 4 50 2 6 0 I Careless. Keiper 8.40 2.90 j Darby Delilah. Robert 2 30 Time 1:12 4-5. Golden Cross. 8un Flame also ran. FOURTH RACE-Purse St.iOOO; allowances; 2-year-olds; 6 furlongs; (off 3:40). Bt-st Effort. Westrope 3.70 2 70 2 40 Hltjrn, Grohs Frere Jacques, Longden 5 60 3 50 340 F. Time 1 :13. Wise Admiral, Wlnnlnc Bid, J. curry aiso ran. FIFTH RACE Purse $10,000 added: Correction Handicap; all ages; 6 furlongs: (off 4:15). Whirlabout. Llndberg- 4.90 3 10 Miss Drummond. Maschek 7.20 Boiling On. Lcngden 2.70 470 5.90 Time 1.12 3-5. a-Paddle. Good Thing. Thread O'OoId. I a-Tellmenow also ran. i a H. P. Headley entry. SIXTH RACE Purse $5000 added: handicap: 3-year-olds and upward; l5. miles: (off 4:48'a). Strategic. Mehrtens 7.10 3 80 out Pyracanth. Longedn 5.50 out Famous Victory. McCreary out Time 2:46 1-5. Transformer also ran. ' SEVENTH RACE Purse $3500 added: handicap; 3-year-olds and upward; li miles: (off 5:23' a). Novlew. Atkinson 26 40 7 30 3 40 Eye For Eye. Groh 3.70 2 50 Le Havre, Llndberg 3.20 Tlme 1:46 1-5. All White. Quiz. Spy Snare also ran. Yale Wins 27-10 (Continued from Page 1.) close. Yale played a five-man line with a 4-2 secondary. While fumbling and shoddy ball-handling hampered both clubs, the poor passing attacks were the biggest comfort to the defense. Columbia was a bit the better in the air. but the Lions weren't effective until the game was beyond recall. And, between the fumbles and Intercepted passes, the ball changed hands like a hot potato for a good portion of the contest. Columbia had Frank Snladack, former New Britain High three-sport star, at center and he went the full distance. Snladack, although handicapped by only partial use of one arm. was an outstanding schoolboy in football, basketball and baseball. Captain Mae Whiting Injured a leg early in the first period and wasn't able to return. Otto Apel. the Lion ace, was banged up hard in the second half and had to leave the game. COLUMBIA Gilbert Heller Mortellaro Snladack Mutchlson S. Smith Watts Lincoln Shekltka Hunter Morgan Yale YALE Walker Prehllk "Whiting Montana T. Smith Hansen McCullough Loh Glllls Gher Barksdale I 13 027 Is It lc c rg rt re qb lh rh fb 14 Columbia 3 0 710 Columbia scoring: Touchdown. Mor gan: point after touchdown. Morgan (placement); field goal. Morgan. Yale scoring: Touchdowns. Barksdale 2. Penn (sub for Barksdale). Walker: points after touchdowns, Booe 3 (sub for Loh) (placements). Referee, W. T. Halloran. Providence: umpire. F. J. Murray, Georgetown: linesman, C. B. MacKay. Brown; field Judge. F. R. Wallace, Washington. Columbia substitutions, ends, Will-mot. Karuse; tackles. Mazzlotta, Mc-Vicar: guards. Venutolo, Kaleda; backs, Hall, Stout. Apel. Yale substitutions, ends, Carroll, J. Smith. KIrst. Lllley, McCormlck; tackles. Holllngshead. Rosenberger, Ernst, McKim; guards, Ballard. HlKgln-botham. Borg. Schaffner; center. Blan-ning; back". Kirk. Penn. Roberts, Morrow, Hammer, Clausen, Booe. Sharkey to Referee Singh-Cortez Bout Jack Sharkey, the former heavyweight boxing champion of the world, has been signed to referee the main wrestling bout. Thursday night at the Hartford Auditorium. The fray involves the featured attraction of last week's scheduled wrestling card between Manuel Cortez and Nanjo Singh, held up because of a Connecticut law prohibiting wrestling bouts or fights on legal holidays. A few weeks ago Singh took Cortez in two of three falls and the rematch is one of Manuel's asking based on his being disqualified by Referee Laliberte of Hartford. Thursday's bout will be two out of three falls, with a 90 minute time limit. LEARN PHONE 7-5504 OR WRITE RALPH D. STEMMONS Operations Mgr. f. f: ; Now full can 8 OPPORTUNITY ; knock for the man who J " know flying. Aviation ii a great post-war field for ambitioui men and ' women. Learn to fly S J now, for plraiurt or ' ', profit, and be prepared for ' , , ' a great future. Connecticut Aviation Corporation BRAINARD FIELD, HARTFORD, CONN. Main Bout Principals Tuesday ' i V,, '& r I . A HSft... -: I - RAY ROVELLI. Irish Reserves (Continued from Page 1.) humiliating defeat Dartmouth has sustained since 1884. Dancewicz pitched to Kelly to put Notre Dame . deep in Dartmouth territory, and the Celt did the rest on brilliantly executed running plays, going the last five yards on a reverse through his left tackle. That brought in the Notre Dame reserves, and for a fact they outshone the first stringers. First, a good back named George Terlep swung 20 yards around end and two more subs named Steve Nemeth and Joe Gasparella took it the rest of the way in three plays, the drive covering half the length of the field in just four tries. Interference Penalty. As though it weren't bad enough, an Interference penalty gave Notre Dame a 30 yard forward pass completion and a forward-lateral took it to the eight, from where Elmer Angsman drove over at center for another touchdown. Dancewicz came back a little later to pitch long forwards to Nemeth and Tom Guthrie, an end, that brought the ball to the Green five from where Dancewicz went over standing up for No. 5. one little thrill was left for Dartmouth rooters before the half ended as Hayes ana CiliOert CllCKea On a J-arU forward pass that planted the ball on the Notre Dame la as the hall i at i umme uroon. ?PJYt ,V11 "T8Si defeated and no one had the slightest doubt ij shopr 2 and 1: St3nU. Fl8;ler dP that the Ivy Leaguers were out-jfeated Max (;oid.-tein 2 and i: w. g. Classed. 'Goldstein defeated Geo. Herchman 2 a ctvooir Utrlit tn cillr ftv,nlliEnd 1: D. Abrahamson defeated A. N. ii. Ofc .ClO. W C,..W "i'- pants and a kelly green jersey Nunzio Marino by name tooK over the showmanship in the third quarter. From his own 45 he broke just outside his left end and pranced down the sideline for 55 yards and the longest touchdown run of the day. A little later he caught a punt and ran 50 yards with the aid of superb blocking, but the run was nullified by a penalty. Not even a driving rainstorm that broke out early in the fourth quarter could stop the Irish, nor slow them down. They added four touchdowns in the slimy footing and even managed to convert two extra points, a ohase of the game at which Notre Dame was way off the beam. mi.sing six of ten placements. The statistics tell the story in this case. Notre Dame gained a grand total of 557 yards minus 18. Dartmouth players frequently limped off the field. "Notre Dame did not take a single time out for an injury. Notre Dame remained undefeated and Dartmouth remained without a football victory. Summary; DARTMOUTH Morter Wa.shburn Fusiill Grant McKinnon Han cy Pecx Lewis Bennett Fritt.s Bonk Notre Dame NOTRE DAME Guthrie Sullivan FUley Ray Rovai Adaias O'Connor Dncewic:'. MtiKiolo R. Keliy Anssman 24 7 2764 Touchdowns: le it lg c rg rt re cjb lh rh f b 6 Notre Dame scoring Dancewicz. 2, R. Kelly, Dancewicz). Angsman. Gasparella ifor Corbislero (for Angsman). Marino (for R. Kelly i. Terlep (for Magiolt). Nemeth (for R. Kelly), Clastay ifor Dancewicz) (placement). Points after touchdowns, Terlep (for Maggioii) 3, (placements), Clasby (for Dancewicz). Dartmouth substitutes: fcnds. Ham- rcond. Sontag, Miller. Barrett; tackles, j Morton, Little. Evans. Nelson; guards.! Young, youngling, snipper. Loosemore; centers. Hicks. Alger; backs, Hayes. Lewis. KavarenJlan. Newman, Gilbert. Scbmlederhoff, Laird. Clayton. Notre Dame substitutes: Ends. Dav-lln. Simont. Skoglund. Waybrlght; tackles, Schuster, J. Kelly. Marsenthal, Berezney. Glaab: guards. Mastrangelo. Daller. MirtE, Fallon. Toczylowskl; centers. Stewart. Statuto: becks. Gasparella. Clasby Terelep. Fltzeerald. Marino. Memeth. Corbislero. McGulrk. Attendance: 41.000. to Now you can realize that dream of learning to fly, for Federal restrictions on civilian student training have been lifted at Brainard Field. You can begin training now under the direction of John Bollash, chief pilot of the Connecticut Aviation Corporation, former flight instructor of the War Training Service Program. Complete courses are offered in primary, advanced, and cross country flying. Phone, writ, or call in person, but qtt full particulars NOW. FRANKIE JAMESON. Big Field Plays In Pro Amateur At Wethersf ield Every pro playing in Wethers-field's pro-amateur tournament today will have three home club amateur partners and a combination of a star-studded field of pros and the "Club of Champions" bevy of low-) scoring shooters figures to result in a sensational scoring orgy. In addition to such state pros as Harry Nettlebladt, of Avon. Ed Burke of Racebrook, Jack Williams of New Haven, Lou Galby of Mill River. Joel smith of Wallingford, Ben Roman of Manchester. Joe Do-nato of Norwich, Willie Whalen of Tumble Brook, Frankie Sarro of Wampanoag, Henry Gerardi of Wethersfield and Bud Geoshegan of Rockledge there will be a delegation from western Massachusetts including Tom Filmore, Henry Bon-tempo and Art House. Wethersfield's amateurs list Bobby Grant, John Pracon, Ed Aldrich. Joe Mitchell, Dom Soccoli, Ted Tor-rant and others. Tumble Brook Trophy Taken by Weinerman n T Uelnermnn rtefent-H v SnU. ; man. one up to win the President's Cup O. M l. lino rf.f...BH C Sulsman 1 up; Dr. S. Shapiro defeated H. Scherer 2 and 1; M. Ellovich defeated Harry Dun 1 up: D. T. Weinerman defeated R. Sudarsky 2 and 1. Second Round Sulsman beat Fisher 2 up; Goldstein beat Abrahamson 2 and 1; Ellas beat Shapiro 2 up; Weinerman, beot M. Ellovich 1 up. j Semi-Finals Sulsman beat Goldstein 2 and 1; Weinerman beat Ellas 2 and 1. Finals Weinerman defeated Sulsman 1 up. Second Division. First Round I. O. Levine beat Sid .. Roller 3 and 1: A. Hoffstatter beat I. Llppman 1 up; M. Susman beat J. Su-darsky 2 and 1; Ben Taeer beat A. Rlb-lcoff 2 and 1; Ted Schnraf beat P. G. Klein 2 and 1: Dr. A. Margolis beat J. Tuckel 2 up; J. Ba-sklnd heat H. Silverman 3 and 2; L. H. Katz beat R. Haas 3 and 2. Second Round Hoffstatter beat Levine 3 and 2: Susman beat Taser 2 and 1: Margolis beat Sharaf 2 up; Katz beat Baskind 1 up. Semi-Finals Susman defeated Hoffstatter 2 and 1; Marsolts defeated Kate 3 and 2. Finals Margolis defeated Susman 2 up. Third Divtsion. First Round Ray Zlsklu defeated Dr. M. Burness 1 tip; Tiirney Flaxman defeated Bill Savltt 1 up 36 holes: Goodman Banks defeated J. Greenberg 3 and 2; Michael Manatcr drew r bye. Second Round Zlskln defeated Flax-man 2 up; Banks defeated Manaker 1 up Finals Zlskln defeated Banks 1 up. Segura Beats Talbert In Pan-American Tennis Mexico City. Oct. 14 (AP.i Francisco (Panchoi Segura. Ecua doran expert of unorthodox strokes DUt on a whirlwind finish todav to defeat William Talbert, of Indianapolis in the third Pan-American tennis tournament singles finals in five fast sets. The scores were 1-6, 6-3, 6-2. 1-6, 6-1. When you have read tljis paper, save it for salvage. Call 2-0148. : : -. FILL COURSE LUNCHEON SPECIALS Served from 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. SPECIALS CHANGED DAILY KID K A FLAX'S Cor. Church and Trnmbnl Sis. i m iiifliTiliJ E Baby Sims To Battle Douwillow In Semi-Final Bout Ilere Tuesday Baby Sims who won four consec - utive bouts in Hartford before being knocked out by Genaro Rojo in a main bout will meet Johnny Doug-willow of Lynn, Mass., in the eight-round semi-final on Tuesday night's fight show at the Hartford Auditorium. Dougwillow holds victories over Oscar Suggs, Lee Sawikci and Boyo Mallon. Matchmaker Gus Browne also announced the remainder of his card. Jerry Darby of Brooklyn, who made a big hit here by beating Freddie Polowitzer will meet Kid Sal of Meriden in a six-rounder. Kid Sal was in the best fight on last week's show, dropping a six-rounder to Sammy Jacobs of Montreal. Another six-rounder will pit Jackie Savino of Brooklyn against Buck Cadore of Jersey City. Tn the nnpnintr four-rnnnHrr a t. 8:30 Fran DeSisto of Boston will tangle with Bobbv Polowitzer of (Hartford. I In the 10-round main bout Frankie '(Jamison of Chicago will collide with Ray Rovelli of Newark and this! scrap looms as one of the best made I 'here by Browne. j Stoninjjton Eleven Wins From Robert Fitch j Groton, Oct. 11. (Special.) A , 16-yard pass from Jim Anderson to i Teddy Weall in the last five min-1 utes gave Stoning ton a 6-0 victory j over Robert Fitch today. ! Lewis Player Hurt. George Smedberg, 16, right end' on the Lewis team, was taken to; Waterbury Hospital with a back! injury after a pile-up near the close' I of the third o.uarter. 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Kuupp le Silvia Mann H Cavanaugh HeiKht lg Gulstt Martin c Beaulan I' Abata ; Lecutte Welch rt Brucado ' Smedberg re sjuattio Wallace ' b Lombard , I iquorl lh Datelle 1 Meola rh Levroce Johnson fb Relriv . , Lf"Ai:i 0 7 0 13-20 ' Touchdowns. Johnson. Wallace 2:' ' ' points from try after touchdown. Wal- : lace. Johnson (placement): referee. Mass!; umpire. Caron: linesman, Scho- field: time, four 10 mln. autmers: sub- i I Ftltutlons: Lewis. Merriman, Hurley. '-, -n.vvar"5- c naimers. Anwino, uexter. leloa. Snow: Wllby. Ledarskl. Carrlng- ton. Bersh. Melchlone. For A Suit That Fits Anthony Signordli 14-Ytart Head Tailor on A'um St., Offfn You SUITS TOPCOATS OVERCOATS We Have the New Lounge Suits Large Selection TROUSERS For Dress or Work Low Overhead Low Pricei 1247 Main St. 6-2831 (Next fo Daly Theater) Open 8 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. 9KK9BBBD1 i,'l!''" buy one that's waterproof arctics, 11-2 $2 S2 53 51.21 - 2 51.29 1 69 eg 1 25 Y j 51.42 51.14 t-i I

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