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4 f 24 THl HARTFORD COURANTt ManAy. Jim t IW Coarnnt Competition Suisman Defends Tournament Of Champions Golf Title At Wethersfield Course Today By OWEN GRIFFITH Courant Sports Writer John Suisman, Tumble Brook will be defending the Courant Tournament of Champions title in the 15th golf event today at the Wethersfield Country Club. A field of about 105 is expected to start in the 18-hole competition, which includes the hole-in-one contest at the 17th green for the Savitt watch. The Connecticut PGA will hold a Pro-Am tournament today at the Brooklawn Country Club. About 20 Connecticut and Western Massachusetts players will be in the U.S. Open qualifying 36-holcs test today at Meadow-brook and - Wheatley Hills courses. , .. COPMt MILL , ' Nine-hole Mckert! Lew frou, W. Wir-feurton Mi t. Pertlcr) 31 low net, ft. GibKW, N. Htnton, 50-10-40; E. Gilnni, 404-40) W. Devlin, 44-4-40. riNI MILL Klckert; C. Wallace, l14-75l H. It Mi, -l-7Jt J. Degnen, IV14-71) A. Bret-rd. 1-J0-71J J. Leroe, fl-J0-71. tweepa: G. Mtheny, IMS-Mi J. la-rot, H!W4i C. VHe, 13-17-40 Penny, U-I7r-M; P. CMC, 10-10 70l W. thykule, 15-11-70; C. WIIC4, Hi 14-71; A. LeChepelle, 3 73-71; B Bolgi M-1 '2, matching cerdV Member-Guttt atertlne; timet potted In club houte, June 11. A. U TOURNAMINT Mtf Jatkaika wtt low grMl leeder In the American Leo ion tournament at southing ton Sunday, the Pott Union-vlilt) player had 7t to paca In Flrtt Dlttrict Deoertment'i ftrt tvtnl. Other roii leaoertt Jo DIBim tU Andy Yureak 14 1 Gaorga Yurctk 14; Arthur Pal 15; Thomet Knight IJ Jo-ieoh ftoblnt IS) Low net wlnnari, eobert Ceitte 45; tueene Newreckl 44; Tom Orrtch 44; Phil HOule Sr. 47) M thn-nlak 47) William Rich 47; Frad WtKStt 41) Attlllla Brunoll 41. Ctemt H pin en 3rd how, 30 Inehat. Philip Heule Ir.f lonaett drlvt en 41 h hoi, 14S yard Tom Leone. AVON Tournament Committee trophy, Clet A: D. Brooki, n-'MU; Clan ft. uttataon, 7I-70-142) Clan C: W. t Bancrott, 40-75-14) Club Tournament, low nat-Dr. , T. (ponto, I0-1J-4I; G. Guty, 14-17 4 ; ft. Gutlalton, U-1J-70; Sweepitakea, Clou Ai Dr. M. T. Sponio, 0-11-44; J. DICaorlo, 77-4-71 1 ft. Dunna, 0-0-77) D. Brooki. 14-12-77) 1. Bohanon, Bl-10-7) E. J, Doyle, U-10-71) Clau B: ft. Gutlalton. I3-1J-70) E. A. Davlton 0M4-71) T. Certello, lt-14-72) C. T. Haugh, 17-14-73) C C. Robarti, 11-14-74) E. C. collegan, TO-14-74; tiati c: A. A. Currle, 10-17-711 J. W. Bowman, M-7J) c. Si mm a n if 7J5-Hi R. Sterkev, fl-1l-7 J. i, Drummer, 1 1-1 7-74) Dr. A. Celebrete, ff-25-74) L. Martin, ! -17-74) Klckert: H. J. Pllh-r, 7-ltn, J. J, Starr, fO-10-B0) L. B. Hough, 05-1110) D. IwlcktT, 12-14-74; C. B. Stadtmlllar, 14-1-74) P. Bleo, 101-25-74) A. ftolonda, 74 0-74) Ladlai SwtctMtakti: Mn. R. P. Morrow, 00-13-7S) Mrt. L. J. taltlllon, 15-20-75. DOBWOOO I wwii, low (roil ft. Plarion, 77 1 low natl B. Murphy, 74-1044) P. Boccaccio, 14 1470) B. Salad, 74 4-70) Ban Salad, 01-21-70) O. Lexlui, 14-14 70) Kickari Dr. Zimmermen, 44-21 70) J. Dlnuntlo, 77-7-70) P. Jervli, 00-5-75) J. Nolan, 12-775) ft. Zecca-pnlno, 73plui, 1-75) O, Stona, 11-4 75) O. Leiclui, 14-4-75) J. Wallh, 07-IJ 75) Pinal at Club Champlomhlp Peter Plerton wen with par four on the flrit htrfa af 0 auddan death playoff a'ter 72 ho In. difeatlng Bob LaPrancli. Bom gelferi had 71 toteli. Btn Lfwtm had 27, and Pat Ztccaanlna had 303. MfRIDIN MUNI Klckeri: 74 Cnnf Tracy, Tad Kandrlor, La Mlldrandt, Prank Girvay, Whlry M oilman, L. Donoh-lo. Low Croii Ed EMlion, 4; Lew net, Bill Wrmn, I2-0-43. WRTMIRSPIILO 0 blind hoiei. t handicap, J. Jluci, 424-14, W. Cleveland, 44-11-15, ft. John-ton, 41-415, en draw) medal play, Clasa A, groil, W. Brew, 74, T. Braiel, 74, nett, t. Orant II, 74-70, M. WlM, 77-4-71, J. Mawkiworth, 704-71, P, Olekiak, 704-71, J. Krlitof, 75-4-71) Clau B, greii, C. DiFaito, II, neti, A. LKti, 11-12-40, W. Henneiiay, 15-14-71, Dr. B. Bonadlai, 17-1471, E. McCarthy, 11-10-71, R. jonei, 04-15-71. Klckeri, R. Cox, 124-71, C. Courtney, 00-12 71, J. Diamond, 01-11-71, W. Itruttnikl, 41-10 -71, E, Mvrlanty, ft-10 71, ft. Cola, 13 5-71, J. Wendy. 714-71, W. Brew, 74-plul 4-7, G. ftutto, 01-1371, R. Kelly, 04 10- 70, L. Graidl, 17-0-71, A. Gero, 04-4-71, W. Hawktworth, 15-770, Ladlai Klckeri, Mn. C, Sflfert, fl-5-M, Mn, A. Kangat, 112-30-12, Mri. F. O'nelll, 1124-1). Indian Hill Kickari, S. Wlienowtkl, 14-5-70, H. Cariion, 01-12-70, H. Rudeck, 04-15-70, A, Seramel, 14-7-70, P. Lewon, 70-070, R. Pratt, 15 4-70, S. Borkewskl, 04-15 70, W. Iwager, 02-1170, Sweapt, grosi, i. aegui, a, neti, B. AkI, 7f-ll-40. Mtn'i weekend, H. Thl, 15-5-30, L Mlliwiki, 33-4' i-30'i, T. Gunning, 30-1 -10, C. Sheehan, 40-1-31 H. Lodiei iweept, Mn. H. Wolder, 14-077, Mlu E. OontlOion, 102-24-71, Mrl. i. Gow, fO-11-71, Mn. H. Tlernev, 101-2574, Mri. P. Hurlbuf. 103-27. Ladiet weekend. Mill E. Donaldton, 43, Mlu B. Brouck, 3. CLIPPSIDt Prg iwaepit Low Grou, R. Com, 77) low Net, i. Grobard, 01- 070) B Vtllln, 11-10-71) R. Rabin, 02-11-71; Pre Klckeri: P. Sebotky, 00-12-71) T Seiomon, 444-71; M. Flerberg, 04-14 71) N. Tolln, 04-1-71) W. Deilch, 00-20-71) A. Schnleder, 102-14-71; fthll Zleky. 00-20-71) A. Kronleld, 04-14-71; S. Greenberg, 03-1 5-71; S. Green- nan, 04-1470. Drown by B. Schwartz, Weekend event, Low Grou, R. Cote, I. Coie, ft. DatHHky, J, WOlmleln, 71) low net, Dr. Gywertt, L. Maltzar, I. Haber, N. Tolln, 50) Dr. Iirnitiln, ld Kaplan, Dr. Lltchner, Or. Welner, 41) Dr. Pint, Dr. Albert Rtlner, P. Prima- on, ai, MARTPORD Stroke playt J. R. Brandt, 75-5-70) A. ), Lumtden, 10-17-72 (matching cirdi)) J. C Graham, 10-1772. Sweip- itakei: Clan A, J. R. Brandt, 75-5 70) P. W. Prendi, 70-7-72) Clau B C. H. Walleri, Of 15-74) f, E. Glbton, 02-14-74) Clau C, A. J. Lumtden, 0-17-72) J. C. Graham, H-17-72. Klckeri: J. H. Shew, 04-20-74) E. A. Cowle, 13-0-74) H. M. Tenney, 47-11- 74) W. S. Chtndler, 04-12-74; r. C Cook, 15-11-74) H. T. Mettenger, lt-14-74. Team iweeptteket: Mr. and Mri. M. s. Snow 47) Mr. and Mri. R. W. Jlmpkln 41) Mr. and Mn. A. Carey 41. GOODWIN PARK ABC Pour-ball Tourney i U. Plemmlng, E, Myen, J. Pakanat, ill O, Cooney, C. Cepoblenco, C. Drago, 50) B. Saucier, P. Higglm, E. Tovald, 50. Sweopt: Clau A, Low grou, J. ftayman 71) low NET, O. Silk, by draw, 75-5-70. Clou B Low Grou, J. Dziekan, 77) low net, 6. Meneran, by draw, 70 0-70. Clau C, Low grou, G. Perkany, 10) low net, C. Capoblnco, 15-3045. 5 RLLINOTON RIDOI Lew Grou: T. Schiller, 77. Crlert tournament: Clou A, A. Parralra, 75-10-45) C. Chitholm, 74-7-47) Clou B. R. Hartminn, 11-14-45) B, Brawn, 10-14-44) J. Vandervoort, 11-15-44) Clau C, B. Kami, 14 25-44; O. Trabltl, 00-24-44; H. Fleldt, 17-21-14. Klckeri: Dr. W. Warmlnoten. 05-17- 71) A. Zubrow, 01-13-71) A. Kemp, 13-5-71, B. Zalman, 17-0-71) ft. Naklenli, 15-7-71; G. Sweeney, 15-7-71) B. Weber. 01-11-71) P. Lingua, 714-71) R. Herlmann, 4114- 77) A, Perrelri, OM-77) ). Lebelle, 01-21-72. Hutbend end wife Scotch Bell: Low grou. Mr. end Mri. H. Terdlff, 43) low net, Mr. end Mn. O. Kelly, 43-11-32; Mr. and Mn. Mri. J. Gordon, 44-1 1-33; Mr. end Mn. L. Chair, 44-12 34; Mr. and Mri, i. Kearney 47-12-34) Mr. end Mri. G. Petert, 47-12-15) Mr. end Mn. A. Zubrow, 47-1215. TUMBLEBROOK Weekend, It, low net, full handicap, Clau A, J. thoor, 70-7-71) S. Max 70-7-72) E. Kohn, 70-7-72) C. Zleky, II-0-72, B. Youment, 02-0-71) H. Dunn, 435-12-71) Clau B, L. Solomon, 13-11-70, J. Goldenberg, 75-11-72, M. Sulmen, 14-12-71) S. Ball 02-11-72) S. Zlekl, 100-27-71) pro tweepi, low grou, J. Suiimen, 74, low neti, L. Solomon 13-11-70) P. Stitch 07-11-71, L. Neueu, 11-17-71 B. Kohn, 70-7-72) S. Max, 70-7-02, C. Zleky, 0O-0-72, J. Goldenberg, 15-13-72, B. Goldgarg, 07 75-72. Klckeri, B. Youment, 170-74, Dr. G. Rotenbeum, 02-17-74, I, Eltovtch, 14-10-74, L. Saolomn, 13-0 74, J, Shoor, 70-7-71, L. NatMU, 15-17-71. CANTON Klckeri, R. ftowert, 50-10 40) C. Mardlo-an 44-4 40, c. Brontord, 40-1 40, D. Rack-llffe, 47-7-40) T. Dyer, 40-0-40, L. Boyle, 40 0 50. KENEY PARK Member-ouett tournament, Coilowey lyittm, P. Indomgncp-A. .Tulln, 71-72 143, D. Olteveino-R. Stone, 71-7014, K. Kett-Dr. L. Lewltr, 73-72Vt-145'i, B. Alltkl-W. Hughet, 74-72-144, E. Pallec-nlk-T. Urban, 74-72")-! 44 v, A. Burgeu-D. McCarthy, 71-74-147. MILLBROOK Mlllbrook Open, Clin A, low grou, N. Shlembab, 75) low neti, J. El Hi, 10-10-70) G. Gurley, 74-5-71 ) 0. Per-nell, 71-5-71) W. Holmet, M4-74) P. Johnton, 71 J 75. Clau B, J. Gatparlon, low grou, 17) low nili P. Aloiie, 11-12-71) L. Becker, 01-70-71) C. Ken-nedy, 17-10-73) K. Burke, 14-11-73) J. St. Pilar, 44 15-73; p. Faulkner, 01- 10- 71) N. Jordan, 01-10-71) E. Shoe, 17-14-71) Clau C, low grou, B. Heater, 04i nett, P. Lawton, 04-30-44) B. Bean, 03- 34-40) J. Morency. 101-32-71) J. K II-lelel, 04-24-72, A. Borrowi, 101-20-72. Klckeri: Beulkner, 44-5-10) M. Breton, 44-7-30) G. Brown, 44-540) Shlmbob, 31-1-37) W. Burke, 47-10-17) Gtipaflno, 41-4-17) L. Sibley, 30-2-37. WAMPANOA0) it-hole low net, Clau A: T.I, Me-Mihon, 75-7-41) Clau B: J.R. McClura, 14-12-72) R.J. Lynch, 02-20-72) Sweep-Itakei: Clli A T.E. McMlhon, 75-7 -41) Dr. V. Tureo, 12-11-71 G. Balf, 12 11-71) W.P. Parrigard, 10-1-72) Clau B: J.R. McClure, 14-12-72) R.E. Ken-ler, 14-11-72) CP. Coopir, 10-14-77) 0. Harrlton, 03-10-74) H. Nethery, 00-14-74) Clau Cl J. Smith, 05-2172) R.J. Lynch, 02 20-72) O. Belt, 12-10-72) Dr. T. Murphy, 14-1472) J.R. McClure, 04- 11-71) Dr. V. Turco, 12-11-71 R. Kiuler, I4-1J-7D L. Eberti, e-2i7i) Dr.yR, Hughei, 0M2 72) J.J. Gormen, 04-11-71; W. ft. Perrlgrad, 00-7-71) C. Cooper, 10-1571. . ROCKLEDOE Medal pley, full handlcop! Mort Oladttein, 10-21-41) P. Klapprodt, 710 40) K. Swanton, 70-0-70; D. Bernar, 14-14-70) N. Dorman 15-14-71. Klrk-eri: Low grou, T. Cronln, 75) rn dri'V) N. Preemen, 11-4-70) S.- Match;n, 03- 11- 70) B. Scott, 10-10-70) I, Farmer, 14- 701 J. Cohn, 00-1170) B. Scolt, If-10-70) I, Farmer, 17-1 70l D. Farrell, 15- 4-70; M. Gorback, 100-21-70) S. Barbagallo, 01-1270) D.. Detrochei, 10-10-70. , -. i PARMINOTON I Sweept: Mr. end Mri. R. Smith, 04-24 70) Mri, M. Thompion and S. Sherman, 05 24-71) .Mn. D. Jecobi and G. Heuer, 14-13-71; M.rl. W. HorwalH end W. Goodwin, 01 20 71) Mri. W. Gamble and W. Whedon, 14-1472) Mr. and Mr. E. Burke, 05-13-77) Mri. W. Goodwin and W. Horweth, 15-1572. Low grou, Mri. Mn. Jacob end Heuer. 04-1171. Clau A iwrept: W .Zwolak, 05-4-lf W. Mach- onil, 774-40) L. Burke, 77-7-70) Clau B, J. Rehm, 15-14-71) W. Herrli, 14-14 72i R. Sullivan, 04-1171) A. Canconet-tl, 00-17-71. Klckeri: W. Horiefleld, 01-14-75. , Hill Wins Memphis Open Golf Takes Home Most Money In 10 Years MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Former caddie Dave Hill, first player even to lead here all the way, won the $100,000 Memphis Open Golf Tournament Sunday and took home the biggest check of his 10-year pro career. Going into the final round with a five-stroke lead, Hill be gan losing ground on the ninth hole but finished with an eight-under-par 272, two strokes ahead . of Johnny Pott, who made a brilliant late charge. Hill shot a three-over par 73 on the final 18 while Pott had an eagle and four birdies on the back nine for a sizzling 66 and a 274 total. Hill, who picked up a check for $20,000, had a two-stroke lead going into the last hole but sent his second shot into a sana trap. He chipped out, and two- putted to victory irom u teei away. Harold Henning shot a 68 and finished third at 275, followed by Randy Glover and Dan Sikes at 276. Next came Chuck Courtney, Jerry McGee, Gary Player, U-bron Harris Jr. and Don January with 277s. Player, in second place after three rounds, had a 73. "I think the toughest thing In the world is to lead a tournament when everybody is expecting you to fall flat on your face," Hill said. "Unless you're an Arnold Palmer or a Gary Player, they expect you to fall on your ear, and 1 was heading in that direction. ,"I know it's just money. If you shoot 80, the world's not going to end," Hill said. "But today, I couldn't get that 'so what' attitude. Winning every week would send me to the nuthouse." i Hill had four bogeys, a double bogey and only three birdies in the final round and said: "I almost quit breathing out there. I didn't think I was going to make it." I Pott's charge began on No. 9 after a double bogey. He birdied the ninth and 10th holes, sank a 30-foot putt for an eagle on the 13th and birdied the last three. On 18, he smashed the longest y-' ' ' ' ykBjOBSOJBt i ' DAVE HILL 0 D D 0 D 0 0 D (G&O Wethsrsfield Ave., Hartford Store Only) PAT'S FLIPPED HIS WIG! I ! He Needs Money For His July Vacation! ' Car Owners Here's Your Chance Of A Lifetime! TIRES U siies-NEW DUNLOP 4-PLY no1 other brand name tires! RECAP TIRES, too end a big stock of GOOD USED TIRES on hand. You can also save $S to 1 5 on Mufflers, too! 1 o" mi Aran raams WHETHER YOU NEED TIRES NOW OR LATER D D D D D 0 0 1(1! ft Uwi HI If MO n " n !!' miiiGMlouslsi Lon Prices! . rt n REDUCTIONS UP TO 60 OFF IN JUNE! U Remember... MONEY TALKS, NOBODY WALKS n U r?i CASH - CHECKS OR BANK CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED! EEE3 L How Does Your Job Compare to I I " mm- Tirin .' 1 r - I I Lorry wise S1M.60 71-71-72-72-284 I 110 WITHimriELD AVE., HARTFORD TEL. 118-5481 , I I ' n y iOtTON POtT ROAD, CLINTON TEL. MO 8-8Tt1 ) 1 I f II . , . - . ! ' ' Il drive of the tournament, hit the green in two and two-putted Irom 40 feet for a birdie. Hill, 30, plays a qualifying round here Monday for the U.S. Open, but said it really does not concern him if he fails to make it. Defending champion Bert Yancey came in with a 72, giving him a 278. Last year, Yancey set the Memphis Open record with a 265. Former champ Jack Nicklaus shot a 69 for a par 280. Hill's four-day card read 65-66-68-73. pmxe list Dtve Hill 020,000 Bob Verwry J13 M Johnny Pott SI 2,000 Harold Henning 07,501 Rendy Glover 4,650 Dan Slkei US0 Chuck Courtney 03,149 Lebron Herri Jr. 13,140 Den January 03,140 Jerry McGee 03,140 Gary Player 03,140 Tomn y Bolt $2,000 Babe Hlskey 02.0C0 Hugh Rover 02,000 -R.H. Sikei 02,000 Steve Spray 02,000 Bert Yancey $2,000 George Archer $1,50 Alan Henning $1,500 Wayne Yatei $1,500 Roger Ginsberg $1,200 Jack Nlcklaut $1,200 Bert Weaver $1,200 Tommy Aaron $121.11 1 Miller Berber $020.12 Gay Brewer $121.12 Bobby Nichols M20.il Bob Charles $021.12 Bob McCalllster H I 1J Bruce Crampton $020.12 Deve Stockton $020.12 Homero Blancns 0M2.50 Terry Dill SM2.50 Deve Merr SM2.50 Art Wall $402.50 Dale Douqlai $5e2.59 D. Flchelberger l'.SO G .Dickinson $453.75 Billy Maxwell $502.50 Jim Wiecher $453.75 Bob Rosburg $502.50 Bob Zimmerman $271 Fred Haaa $453.75 M.C FlthJ $453.'S John Maurycy $27$ Lionel Hebert $27j Bob Stanton $275 Rives McBee $136.07 Bob Verway 07 Larry Wise $136 64 Gene Littler $275 State Golf Tournament Scheduled Today at Indian Hill Country Club 45-4441-73-272 71- 71-73-71-206 72- 71-45-66-274 47-60-71-40-275 40-73-47-47-276 71-40-44-71-274 70- 65-73-40277 71- 40-67-71-277 72- 70-45-70-277 72- 60-60-60-277 47- 60-60-73-277 71-747-70-271 67- 60-71-71271 71-60-60-70-27$ 70-71-60-60270 48- 60-71-70 271 70- 60-60-72270 75-70-67-47270 40-40-72-40-270 73- 45-72-40-270 71- 40-73-40-200 77-67-47-60200 4-72-70-72 200 73-72-7044-201 ,. 70-70-74-67-201 70-60-70-72 281 70- 71-40-71-201 40-70-70-72-281 71- 67-70-73-281 60-66-72-74-281 68- 73-47-73-281 73- 70-40-70282 70-n47-72-282 47-72-73-7028? 40-4O-73-71202 74- 40-72-40-283 72-73-48-70283 70-7548-71-284 40-73-77-60-283 70-72-60-73204 72- 60-68-74283 73- 71-72-60-285 70- 73-60-72-214 72-72-70.70-284 72-70-72-71-285 75- 60-71-70-285 . 71-72-74-60-2BJ 70-75-70-71-206 . 71.71-73-71-286 71- 71-72-72-2861 60-72-73-71-285 By STEVE NIDETZ Courant Sports Writer While cooler heads are trying to figure out the quarterfinals pairings and sites for the state baseball tournament, schoolboy golfers will take to the links today at Indian Hill Country Club in Newington in the CIAC Golf Tournament Twenty teams qualified during the season by averaging par plus 41 strokes or less in eight regularly scheduled matches during the season just completed. Among the schools taking part will be Simsbury, Newington, Pulaski, Conard, New Britain, South Catholic, Maloney, East Catholic and Glastonbury. Among the top individual contestants are Bill Rankin of Fitch, Grey Hagin of Bristol Central, Mike Dobzinski of Northwest Catholic and John Aylsworth of Avon. The tournament will be dedicated to the late Charles E. Bowes, who was principal of Newington High and chairman of the CIAC Golf Committee for 25 years. New Englands Saturday The track season will also draw to a close this week as Bates College in Lewiston, Me., will play host to the outstand-1 nghigh school trackmen in New England. Hartford High will be sending four contestants, East Hartford two, and Conard one of the track powers in the area. Ron Blackwood, Charlie Vann, Mel Taylor and Earl Calloway qualified for the Owls while Chuck Eisenhardt and Bob Amaral made it from East Hartford. Gerry Parone was the lone Conard entry to qualify in Saturday's CIAC meet Weaver also qualified Charlie Smith in the 220-yds. dash, while South Catholic's Bruce Dupuis made the New Englands by al most pulling off a sweep in the two hurdles events. South Catholic Left The pairings and sites for the quarterfinal round in the three baseball tournaments should be announced shortly. With the first round games over, the baseball committee will have to re-align the ratings before coming up with the quarterfinal pairing, j The only city team left in the tournament is South Catholic in the B affair. Coach Joe Reilly's team knocked off Lewis Mills Saturday while Hartford High went down to Notre Dame of Bridgeport. The Rebels will face No. 1 ranked Ridgefield in Wednes day's quarterfinal, game , at Naugatuck, according to the parings announced Sunday night by the CIAC. In Class A, Piatt will play top ranked West Haven at New Haven while Southington, second-ranked, will play Norwich at Middletown. Another Class B game will pit Farmington against Rocky Hill at West Hartford. WEDNESDAYS BAMIS Class A West Haven vs. Piatt at New Haven. Naugatuck vs. Notre Dame of Bridge-pert at Ansenla. Southington vs. Norwich Free Academy at Middletown. North Haven vs. Brlen McMehon at West Haven. , , Class B RidgefleM vs. South Catholic at Nouga ruck. Farmington vs. Rocky Hill at West Harttord. SOLUNAR TA'LES kWHQTO bsh or hunt ys f KSthard ween mw Vl n According to the Solunar.Ta bles calculated for. this area, the best times for hunting and fishing for today and tomorrow will be as follows: , . Minor Major Minor Major , : A.M. ' . P.M. TODAY 3:30 ' 1:39 5:35 1:50 ' TOMORROW . 4;S3 10:10 0:35 10:30 (Major solunar periods last from Vk to two hours; minor oeriods are shorter in duration). St. Bernard's vs. Middletown at Nor. Watertord vs. Contrel Catholic at Madison. -,- - , Eest Granby vs. Washington at Tor. rllSouthbury vs. Woodstock at Wether. Coventry vs. Masuk at Merlden. ' Cromwell vs. Hond at New London, PLAY GOLF CANTON PUBLIC 03OIF COURSI II Miles West at HerMerd ea El 44 th Season MACHINISTS! MACHINISTS! MACHINISTS! GET WITH COLT'S BIG 7 TODAY! COLT'S HAS IMMEDIATE OPENINGS IN A NEW DEPT. Requires setting up and performing machining, assembly and inspection operations. Work to blueprint, process sheets and instructions. Plan and determine methods for open type of work Set speeds and feeds, stops and controls. Work includes drill, mill, lathe, power press, bench assembly and other operations. SEI COLT'S AD IN TODAY'S HELP-WANTED SECTION FOR FURTHER DETAILS COLTS FIREARMS ; 150 HUYSHOPE AYE., HARTFORD AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER - 1. IN ADVANCEMENT , Excellent Opportunities for Learners and Experienced to Advince to Better Jobs and Better Skills 2. 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