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Six Cuddy Convincing Victory For Stem Quintette Maintained Load From Stan , : To Finish On Long End Of OG.3D Scoi-o 'Yin" riuddy, M(UI m 1 pniu-u SITUI, and Mi'tt. .Jruncn Cu'.ldy, wn* s'u-.ond Hltfti Hoorer I'oi 1 llu! UiilYcrMlly (if riorwuC'Mmit In llM.i'lpulMlw d'-ival nr thn No i' Hi POM! ci'M •ttriflojf" llvu MJI Hn» fUON'H (HMII't ItlMt ItlKllI- I'.V (I SCOIT of (10 to M, T(K' ItHial -youth noon-rl Held K""l- k « «»d Mi' 1 * 1 ' 1 P»!iilM °" , Huh Mfi.-ili, Liu- Hoplruinni'o r, Moiirod l-i'll Mfl/l wnubi .l'»r u of y» ft WUH llvri nuwf ( 1 -t»nvlil(l!n'^ i vl; 1 - tCM'V Tor I his home leant ' with Hocuinrl.-Mti'luw mon rno.Ht of 111" Kumu, Tim IH off to an narly loud and lualntalinxl It Lh II, K. J 1 , ;i i 7 0, , ,0 0 '>^ v -i>.' it) Mu««vnro, If Murun, In Mui-on, IK (io'lontoulo Imwlor, .(• AlHlflfl ... , r Howloy . ...f. at Hi»n and HARVARD HAS NEW PHYSICAL TRAINING PLAN , MHHM,, l-'i-li, 12—(UP) — 'Ki'fulun Ins start a fnm'-lKMir wodxly prn- lli'Ok, I'K (loohn . f JlKlrly Kcam of liiK Ain'll U to "hutKli'-n" Ihf'in I'o ifillll.ury and othrr war-l.lnic dill-Ins, II \v«i4 (umoimccd Induy, , (July Mid pri'Mciil senior class iind Mhidi-nls with physloiil disabllitU' will In 1 cxj'inpt I'rfim Mu 1 rciiuiro finiKi'iiiii Which will In- In flTi.T.t I' Iht* dnrtillon under Ilin su|iorvlsloi df athletic, ul't'lrltds and unuoUes. Previously, the. only exernisn rn riulreincnls were I'or rresliinon l. tindei'Lnke some form of alhletlo Ihl'ne times u wuek, lull now, Atli h'llc l;li'ec(.oi' Wllllnm .1. HiiiKhu said, Htu'vard shidenls "svlll be pre imrud fur military oc wni- dtillos b a prnKi'um with <!m|iliasls plaond on phystr.nl (umdllloriliiK nnd hatlnn- K Insf'/td of on recroatlon," Kven alhlMli-M on liiLoroollnKl'il- 11 niuM will be reciidred lo rupoi-l for dlllonlMK Nvoi'k. Mlnwlnun Hiild. Full details of Ibe new proxmni havM-noL boon (joiiii>l<'tod but they will include outdoor e.Jilisllii'nhis, boNltlK Mild baskelluill, HARRY HUNGER COACH AT WEST POINT, IS DEAD Wc-Ml Point, N. Y., l''ob. J ( 2-(UP) Hurry n, Kllliucoi 1 , HU, nsslstuiil roolball (!»u(!h of UK.' U. S. Mlllliiry Anmlf'iny, svlll Itn luirlod In \Vosl I'cdnt i-ninclnry Sulurduy, It wa« tin- nfiiiiKuict lodoy. KllliiKcr, who ctlod ye.sl.oi'dny In WashlnHtnn, was .imuluuti'ij from rtl Point In IW'i but did not receive, his r.ommlHHlon due to A hyslenl (ll-tublllly. A rnollmll aiul liustshnll Hlur dur- IK Uln rum 1 years at Wont Point, .illliiKur ul'ti'i 1 Ki'aduutlon WUH UH- jUslant fnolluill roaiJli at Ilio aen- iy iitilll -IU.MM. lie thiMi weiH^ to hiii'linnntli JIM aHMlstaut lo Marl 'Unit) Hl;ill< ( rvhiruln^ as the lal- • I-'M asMlslanl whnu HlalU I Anny'M hoail '(ulai'li lii I MO. NATJGAT^CK DAILY NEW?;-TH0RSPAY;FEBRffA^¥ s li?e^t Gam^Wpi UCo , „ THEY MEET IN NEW YORK BOUT FRIDAY, FEB. 13 ; PT. V vr^r]" ill - TONIGHT FRI, - SAT. FICTION'S SUPER SLEUTH COMES TO THE SCREEN! ArUn'i grout crime ... wtth Hie »t«r who Inyod "Tim Selnt." GEORGE SANDERS WENDY BARR1E JENKINS * ANNE HUNTER GLADYS COOPKH'IDWARDBIIOPMY by HOWARD ftfiNRDICT ' • Dlr«cl«cl by IRVING REIS bv Lvno Hoc i and f rani f IMIOA ALSO They're They're drill-crious! hey'll blit'/your blues STAN LAUREL OLIVER HARDY In i ; with Shejla Ryan Dick Nelson Edmund MacDonald A 20th C*n»Mry-F#M rittw* PluaSport -BOQ! wand "Unusual Occupations CARLSON,. JR.) iwn pvonts 13, N.-xo.n 'Was '- ,^°m he ••iOd-ynpd free "ml lhc:Nn rented 'the ICl. v l G C , , ,- "Glmtoo: ; &uU> I // v" 1 ^'' 'Aft, f ' tyA< , »' try? * tf "' ' ' I/*'' ' *-' .*; ' *-' m: \ ' f t (*/> f ['!<'«/%& 1 ::.-.:& .- '9---r,:-' ..••-.^HB Billy Conn the No 1 challenger'to the heayyvveiglit .title",, but- in reality a light heavyweight; takes on .Tony -Zulu, 1 the mlddk'\vt'lKlit"chump, iu un important.-bout-'li'i-icluy,- Feb. 13, in/New York. Conn has all ito lo.se in this bout, as it will doLor-miue whether lie is to get 'another crack at.Louis. , Zale's title In — ot nt TOCOMPETIIN THE HUNTER MILE N(!s Wnl ., Mi. 12 ..... 'UP) — r,ns!ln Mac, Mlldujll, N<iw York imlv<»PsIl.y'H youllii'ul inuslor nillcr, di'dnlloly svlll c-otni,H!t<! in I.Iie; iluntci 1 niih 1 . at Iho f,:inl unnunl- lUislon A. A, K.'UUCH Satui-dfiy night, olTlolnls announced today, Mac Mll.oMc'11, c.o-lKfldfr of Mio world Indoor inni-k, lin.s bcnn ham.pr oi'ufl In IrnlniDK b,v lllnes.s nnd was llfll/od ns a 1 •donblfiil sturtcr, but duc.ldod l»''»om|KiUj in llin it, A. A, iit'Lnr his •'winning in'i-roniH In last wrii-.k'a Milb-osti A. A. H nt Nnw York, ' ; will I'ace J)IMIHH HalTerl.y of l.ho York A. 0,. Indooi- champion r ,l,'Mi»hl of Madison, WIs., I5d of Xnvlor uiilversily, Karl Mllclu'll ol' fiulllermo -lluldohoro or Cliilo,. • • Se\'(MitP.(!ii rnlay races also wcrn innoiHH'.cri, • IncltKlliiK lo oolJogn varsily cltiKhcM, J'lIJS IU)UT -VVIIJJAMS Now lla-vnn, Ki-b, :iyr-(U I' 1 ) — Yalo's linnkuy I'nnios .playing wilh- )iit Onptnln 'J'od Ifiii'rjson, tonigbt ml. the .•'NVIIImns scxUM. • lo I'ntil;' J-0, '.Phn .vlcl.ot-y ri'.lrkivod for an inoxpnuLnd siHback ' at , 1,1 10 hurulH of lltn pui'iilo IIIHI season. Williams aid HtllO: to olTiM- ..tonight nxiii'.pt iKni'-ftH to check .hard, wl.iilu. Ynlo nilUul up l.hnsc. ^ouls in tho period find. (Ive. in each of ,lii( l.wrj otlHM- periods, , : . TEAM DEFEATS 68 TO 7 New Haven, Pub. :1 C J—(UP)—Vale university's swimming team y'uored u one-sided 08 to 7'vliihory over Urown last night as.lOlt captain Howie Johnson set-a .iiew Inl-orcol- leglati-. roeo.rd in the Urst .100-yard Ing of the /iDO-yard a-dlny event, Johnson wont the -.IpO-yard dis- taru'.e. in 0:51,0, two-l.ontl.is of. a-sec-: ond 'underr'-Hie '0;r>1.2 .mark yet -by 'WalU'r SIIOIKJC- or.'Ru!.£0?'h5 -untl NA'.H-. Wllnin Pi'nw of Way no. ' .« •'-.:'• '. Johnson's (jerroriwihfiis^aj.sp .' I'led tho world record' held by .luhnny;- NN'elsiiuilIer and 'P()tiM"'Kie'k.' ; /Phe Yalu re.ln'-y .tenrn did ';the /iOO-;yurd; o<l' to be an inlercolleg-UHo. record. SUSPENSIONOF f.-ll'iiiifift-n, Keb. 12— (UP)— A Phlln- dolphin . ruroliorsn own or, Ills Iru.in- jii 1 and jockoy wci-.o rol.M8litl.ed ,.l.o- day by llio j.lllnols racing Jjoar-cl Wliloh '• h.ar.1 'suspeniled .them after Hasty NoMon was run .as a 'rlnfj- er"'"'ii) /a niuicton i-aco :i nl- " JJA.SK^TIfALI, > £ (P,y United Pi-eHs)' 1 Navy O.J,' Maryland 1 *-^;. >VesL Vir- i?inifi 57, Ai'iny 'lO; A'merican Ihter- iiationa! Vi, HI.. .Ansulin's. ;'i2; Oal.es ,'iH, r.owdoJn ;UV; Coast Gim.rd '(17, As- Hurnpti'on M2; Koenu Teachers '37, ^ii.elib'urg Teao'hers" :.ic>; Connecticut (iO, NorthcastoiMV. .Ml;>WI.Illama HH, Union :U. ' . I!. OF'-.CONN.- i>'INS Slori'S, Conn.,-.•Rob;. J'2— (.UP)— The University. ol'-'.-fJonnooUoul, luisket- liall learn' iind 'tittle- 'Irhublo. -In 'de- } fealliiK the NprllHUistern •uiilyrjrsily.- live lioi'i; lus't ..iiiyfU, '(Hi' Lo M'.'i.' Moss fed tho (.lormucilcul scorers \wJtli' V 20 [joints. •. : •••'••• •••••• - • v . .' TODAY AND TOMORROW 2 - DAYS ONLY 3 COMPLETE SHOWS ' DAILY AT 3-6-9 P.M, ORCtUOc BAL.35c CHILD. 2Sc Incli-Taxti . . ..Br.acl BrodHky, Plillaclclphla. . l.ho reg-if-.l,crcci ".o'wnor '61' .Has.Ly 'Notion; 'cln.ini(.:d':lio.:sokl l/ho''horsn bcfforo ll wiis •crilorpd nnd'' won .un-tlci 1 -: the Miwh'e-o.l'-Wft'p'hr'.BoiHJ in II ie race for '- an ) : i tin 1 ,s ' w i L 1 1 . • n o y i u Lo r I ps • Lo . ' I n ci r ^br'otlll.'.'-'-Tml.^oi 1 llni-ry . 'Baker, an rl iij QCji'h-y' • -.n ! nbeia Mori;i LI. flLscliil mod . luio\vliVdh r c' of HusLy No'Ubn's wl.n : hing race al •lluwihorno. . ' SS Ya)e captured : six •firsts 'to for Naugy l>y wi iVooHl vie J 00-yard, brea iiinl reestyle ^OOrya. tl,c H0-yrm,l medley, re- of tho youngsters: 'on the Nau^atuek ' lonm ' obtained, .theu. 'oo.l and k,. N.'^i'.;" l^'l). 12— (UP)™ rl.esy, _(CU-fo.r)- Bonder,, wh'o.-.'bi'olcn inl.o •.nia.jot 1 ' Idftguo basoliall ..'?9 y«ar ; s ayo/ wlt'lr'-Goirnlc. MacJc's, AUrkiUcs, is i-'.ovliig n I l.'o I i or ooadi ol'-the Now York' Ymikoc ' farm sysl,«m.. -. / w . .•"Bander's. n-ppnliTtriipiit .was . an- nounbod. yc.slorday. ' ' ; . .. "'• Til 6; CliioJ 1 , bno' of Ihc . Amerioan '''' ....-.. i . •for'alniosi .2rV : yeai's .a mihor'.lcn.giiG m jinage i 1 ' an cl ' b ITi a'ial , wijl. /nocom'^ ,pahy the Newark , 13ears -niv, 1 Uicli; southern t.rip.'Ln^r .lie .will- move filons- to liiin'ci-lo '-Lho ..Bln^harn-pton.', N. Y., and -Norfolk, -yiv., •. rooldes and 'then KO,\,O Akron, .loplln, Bul,lei', ' AinHter.cVam and other - Yankee syslorn poln.ts lo give, Individual ul!l,enlJon ..to .every p, Itching, prospect of tho New York club. . • •; , •H sight of the. Yale ',.,poo.l were an.ax.ed ul, the arraogon^^- ° il, 0 bleacljors aiifl,.t)je, number . ol, .ivins they c;u] .acr.ommof.lute. . _, The results of me .Naugy-Krosn meet follows- ; , . . • BO-yanT freestyle: Kirsl,i Grnjc (Y)- secon-tl, Ver.dcn ; tY) ; tbiui, D. Nixon (N), Tlro'o-: 25:2. % -. ^ . . ion-yard hrcastslroke : :.KIrs t,; Klein (Y); 'second, Bam'i ; . (Y).; thu-cl, Kunoas (N), Time": 1:08.8, ' ' 220-yur.d freestyle: KJrst, (Y)- socond, -Dunship, (,Y) ; Sulllynn (N). 'rime: 2:27.8. ' - . 100-yat'd backstroke: First, Burke (Y)- second. Rudolfs ' .(V) ; . third, Sehull (N), Time: 1:00.2. '.• ; . . , JOO-yard freestyle: First, B. Nixon (N); sciioncl, Spear , (Y.) ; third, A k .Carlson- (N), Time: rj7:0. ; . Fancy dive: 'Kirst, .Perrynian (^).; second.! Sullivan (N).; thli^l, Collins (Y). Time': 1 87.70; . •'.-.- ' * JSO-yard medley relay won ny Yale, Rudolfs, Dan-ie 'an.d Spear: Time: .! :2<i.8; .. •• . 2nO-yard reln'y won by Nnuga.l.uck, .fjoju-.h .Sullivan, -Cap 1. D. Nixon, Mgr; A. Carlson- and. 13. M.lxon.. . •. . , .• Yule DefetU-s lli'o.wn, Now. Haven, .Fob. J2~- Yale swim- piers established American and in :: •tei'collegiiite records ,- last night in 'swamping- Brown 07 • ,lo .0. ' •. An 'American and iatercollRgiate . record for the -'jOD-yar.d' freestyle, relay of 3:26.0. wfis bung up ' by . a : quartet consisting of ..Cap t, UowJe Johnson,. Frank.., Lilley, .Dick Kelly and l ( Jd Pope. : - The 'qlr.1, reep'rd of 6:27.7 was ^.sthliilshed jearllcr' .in the season /by Y.ale vn.ermen.- • . •lohnson in ..swimming . the .flrsli' log, .established ah. , Jntcrcqllogia-tc record for , tho . ;IQO,' ; yard's o,f 0 :5J,0, clipliing ,two.rte;vtl.is. ;OlT, the former mark held: jointly^ by-. .Walter Bpence'- of Rutgers- a'n : d' vr Ny ill IUJ'TI Prew of Wayne. ' _.. , ..•••:. '•'.. '. . ';;- . :..-. • This. ;1 itlsp ' tiedi l-he -Am'er] o'ii h.' and . world' .record . : Q,f,. 0':51-.0. ,b.eld jointly by jloh-nny • Wei^inullii.r ; and' Peter' Wck." '." •'/;.. .)',-,.•; >.' .''..I"- .'•;;".' ''•- : • JOd. Pope 'wlip..swai.n the.^ahohor 1 og . also : was eiock'ecU 1 in ; T)'l l.keeohdf/, but .'.us'.; l.iis c.lTprl,. .was ^ffom ..a':,ny- . i,ng -start it. does;' not- .rate-.. \yitl1 -IJinl. of J:ohnson. : . .--. The, acl.uaj _..';time i . o.C. each menibei- of the : 'quartet'- .was Johnson 1 ;0;:r>l.pr. -Lillfey - Q:53'.-4; -Kelly 0:51.2-; Pope ib-^LO. Total. ^::20.(>. ' ''' lyises Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 12—(,UP)p Jen/Booth, il-y,ear,old. Vassar.grad- and now a ..metoor.olog.isi^ at Paul Sctifcfffets P r e di ct Ftherweiglit Will- , iield the New 13ngla.nfJi-" : !unio.r-..«K): vard freestyle iille- torlay -iiEtci'^et- tlnVa -new record f or -the., events. She splashed over the- course -Jii on, minute,; 0 ^1-5 seconds- at ,tJo seconds from I.MV »».~.--- — •- --.•• .., ; Johns of Bedford 1* ,yc\artf ago,,b\^- lyn : .Trainor of the >01neyw.Ue^JBoys Tonowed-'by Patricia :Gray^f-the: 'Whitiii A. >C.' : Ruth llowarth of Sin to coJicgc defeated Leonard o.f the Wcmoes:!er .WvS.-A. in the state- :iOG-yar-d backstroke the 200.-yard.Nation- al A A U junior/relatf .swimming ';by defeating- =lrov»- Bostoir, 'Pub..' i2— (UP)'^-Tl]e l ;NaVy. Bostpn ' ReUef sboletyAvlll.freQOive a Sj52i,OOD : eh eck .fiiqni' tji.e l?qsi,<in- Garden opening' perfbrmiino'e v .rp,f. .the; . .1,9-'i2 •! ae . Fp 11 i os. A';.capao(ty' ero Wcl ..of .15,000 - .iheiuding;> dOOO ,• mm\\ ^•ffl.cer.s and ' ;n,000 '. sai lor's 1 '• aUended'7 ~ Itist night'.s 'skating, show.. ...;,• • .: '.'• ; . - . — «' • » -- — ^—;; : VALE FIOCKKY-TEAM' WINS •S 1,6ITS, Conn.,. Feb. ; 12—(U P)— Yale'.,'university's- .hockey ,- team, swampcfl" Williams college' 1 -. last night,. 13 to 0. ,•'•'•; .<• RiSMEMiiHK PEARL HARBOR! TODAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY •ii» .HERBERT ANDERSON .JACK -CARSON lE C.LEAON ./I i. : v . .-, -.; ,,;Dlrected.by:lLOyD BACON • ;-i 8cr«»n May by. J«rr? W«ld & -Rlchird'Mtoiulayand-' Arthur T Perrln . From o story, by ArthurT.'HorrTi.n.: A W.rn.r; Brot;.PJr S | iniputii 'in that 'order,-' ""Today 's Sports Parade (Jleg. p. S; 'Pat. Off:) 1 BY-JACK- GUENTHER ( United Press Staff Correspondent;; J^ . ; .' a , .-.- o New York', Feb. - 12-OU P)-The world's second best heavyweight .meets a middleweight tomorrow m n boxing match. Weird as the olibis a 1 ,man recites when his wife Unas strange lipstick on his cpHar, Billy Gonn Js'scheduled to ,1.eie,-.off ! -wJth Tony Zale b.ut not ,even-my/favorite seer,' Madame/'.-SingJi-H^Softly,.' can M-plain .lust- wlVy.1".. •.'•:•"•''',-.. •>•'•• •, Conn, you^uipw, is the foremost oh a] longer. • f o.r -Joe..- -Louis' v.pr.o.wn; •; a bauble which .ibarejy .-.escaped.'from, him last s.ummov- I 7> oiv.a-,year hc.-h.asj l)'cen abSAi-bcdr, in ^attempts 'to/. ,-.in- crense his-weigh.! -an.d^onvlncc .p?°r pie that b.o-Js really,-tough.; He- ! -h"a§ been growSng;stpadily.,and will enter the ring at 178 pounds;.'but'bio best punch .wouldn't-.ftflri, 'Aunt Harriet. Zale is the Gary, Jrid.;. open .hearth- graduate who-recently earned tho third and last leg of the-iGO- : pound title., 1 t;h creby; standardizl ng^i-cliam-., pipnsbip-.w'jijclu had changed liunds oftencr than ^Bengasi .'=anol-w.ft's.:coi?t-;. pl'icalM'by, m.gr:e.c la fills' \than an-.'oil. s . ,. be--outrweightcd ,-15 "pounds, bui strangely \eno.ugb: can ifiti'.-.li.kc Ted Williams., ••• , ' . ./ ••:-•."•. Despite Uu' 1 fact ."that.,neither mail' can prove anything :by.«\vJ.nnjng, /this. about could'havQ been whipped into a r tasty .dish.. Cpnn is popular and Z?'ilc c.an••'.punch/ It could have been heralded'AS/-R •J-Qst of; .Conn's fitness for > -another' Louis >.b ! but- or- : -RS---ii sprJngbpaiid J:or, . Zale's ' ascendanoy - : into tilie- weight division. .. ."- r But the- promoter and managers' have remPvcd'oye.n these 'slight sat-/ isfaelions... JVliko : -Jacobs . has/.': 1 been .quoted assaying • thrtt, 'the Pi Us-' burgb. youth Avith the .choir hoy. face and .nfu.le;,driver vocabulary,; will meol-Lftuis in Jime no matter,, how. roughly 'Zai.o handles . hii-n|;' Tony's gulden say'/he: will remain a/ middlewoighl. eye.n should lie•• slap';; Conh.-l'nto so ,much debris. -•• \:.:-;.r : ! So the affair is reduced to,.another of the things Jacobs promotes only to keep the lights-burning In Madison Square Garden/ Conn is favored at 5-1' and cockily predicts a knock-, out. He'll be in the ring only to pick' up -the mo.ney : he needs to pay bis .income, tax and all'be can lose Is a little prestige, :a commodity.' wbicb Is quite inexpensive. r j'hc tub thumpers have been attempting to promote interest by accenting Conn!s -lock of condition, l-he, big-man-versus-little-man .debate, and the -fact thn>t ;ZR\e> 3s-tbc modern successor to Stanley Ketch, riuby Rob' Kilxslinmons, Jack Dillon and Tommy Burns. These gentlemen all successfully "Hummeled larger rivals while they were middle-' weights. •. ' • • . The flrsl claim can be eliminated •because Conn, -strikes• me .as neitlieiv playboy nor fool; the second may be excused on grounds of age and the third must be saltcd'with plenty of skepticism, /iale js a .oompe-. lent and thorough; workman';.-,•. ho isn't any Ruby Rob or Ketchell. Not, by any .approved system of. .mcas-i urcment, including the bcrtilloh. "" .•In tin's bout £nle has .several-, obvious assets and ; as many liabilities/.' Jle has the hoarder puncb, he.'is f.ast- .gd-abopL and.-li,e. is ; r.ugged/as;a ..hobnail hoot. He can \vorry anybody because he delights In'smashing--the body, Fred Apostoli,-for-one, tabs him as the most punishing /puncher he met. As. well, he...Has as ; much courage as any man needs. -On. the red, -ink side ,of -the lodgciv i1P...JS : --ijgm,)ng,;a smart .boy. w,,ho..y,';i 11'. 'outweigh him' tremendously 'and : is' : s'Gb'.o.oJpd Jn- every trick the -Marquis' number .which you. won't' find, in any, boxing guide, Gonn has a beauty of a stabbing left and he Will use itVfrom .-the first round to" the 12th, if there is a 12th, . Unless''Conn was badly .hurl, by Louis last \summer, lie should -\yin- A m o tig, cl as's ; tighter s,: ; a'. T go bd 1 i ttii m.aiv seldom whips- a gopd big one.- Q'f.;co.u.r.se, z ale asked•' for, this l)dut v hir,nse],f ,bac%iise he claims he'"has' spotted weaknesses .in; Conn that: everyone .else .has over-looked. 'Maybe he -has, ^u.t'&efpr.e I, get confused you'll pardon me, please, I'm going' to 'give Madame Singh-It-Softly; one more call; , . ... ..,.: .. , -. By •pAU New V.prlc, .:.l?.ob. ,12~(U]))_p ms J5o"xiVig-^Wial,ch; v for Charles (]^ } Gostantinp ' to- become one of IK! CP.T.-HItry\s Biggest- b.ox-offlee aitm Lions..''. -This flashy New York foa IJicrw.eJgb.ti' unbeaten-in 50 n h * already ranks close lo Ilarlom's iw Robinson as a loca.l altraciion, .lie-meets 13.obb«""-' v (Poison) iw ni .Hartford, -001111., in Miidison Squar' .Garden/ on Keb. 27 in n scmi-nJ to the .AlJic .Stol7.-13obby liuffin b.om .and the .match already has aroused .as ixxuch interest as the main go \ . Billy "Conn-'-is :a 5-1 favoi-tic ov* 'Tony Xale of Ghicago in tomorrow .nighf/s-flglH at 'Ihe./Garden. ( JBaseball-fil^Ji'Sl broadensl of (|j t , _year;Avill .lie' th|-j. spring- e\-inbi|to n clasJi 1 be.lAveen the l^rooklyn Dozers ahd New- York Giants ,at Havana on •Feb. 27—funny. ,dhing,: Cli()Hfy'(? fi ;. bcr!,, coming lb,MjQ|-k.foi''tl)c Dodftm nnd Leo Duro.cher this yenr.. thai, Nov.-'46. .1932.-Jond'-of bjlasted'..i/he .-g.reat Cai-clinals short. slop nnd. .340 Jiitler right ou| 0 | baseball .stardom, Durocher took his place and the club went on lo \viu the pennant.... . Ba'sketball-rGommitleo to aonv •plete" .'.organization of tlie nnlionsl invitation • :;tppr,nQment al. I he Garden.... m;eets _ .Feb.. 17—when the ] selections;,, ar.e-inade the committee will liavc ; ; a hard time ignoring .Rhode .Islan'rt state which although beaten by : Fordb<im, .bounced into the limelight with an 127-55 triumpj.1 over New Hampshire.,,,',! that's -,th<i- top .scoring font this season. .. .Another favorite for a repeal invitation is Scton Mall college of South Orange, ..N: ;L, -\yhich gets Its >big chance agaUnst J./1U at the Garden Monday. 1 ; ..the Scton Hallers -have won six in'-a'ro\v and li on I of | i3;' " . ' • . '•••-•-- '. ' .:•» Incidentallyr4The, Bnjigcrs 1 po(ct\| f,pr,war,d line of ; L'ynn Pal rick, He^.tall: 'and Phil j Watson,•'•. :.and highest scoring, in Uic hicko .elrcuiti:-J]as.;trained its sights on (tit 68r.goal-.mark' set by Toronto dur- ; ing-ih.3 193^-^5'Reason.,, .all, stabljs' containing-' tf : : pVo^ising - thrcb-ycaN old arc revisJng.i.p'lfctuj;} ami r.nlcrlii?, tjjeir stalwar,ts'^.;fbr^ the : Kentucky' •Derby; si nee AJ.b.ei\t ,Sa;b'atl) 's fatuous I ••cpjlt .AlsabvAyflsv,defeated in the! Baiia'mas'. liandiea^). .,-.•-. -the juycnile champ oC i'Ml wlis- tx pr.ohib'ilivc faybritc: before" that, defeat. •.;',/•.- '. ',—. -»* » '•','- The..undefeate'fj -U. IVNV/A., U .5,'. Basketball Tcaiir'seefe'-their ell at 'the Nau^atue¥;:^iM^--Cl; A;' T. again .pj.a.y .;th'e..xs.trong- Acorns of Mcriden/;/ /' .> '';;•;;•>".."'.> r .'^-v.; '". v T-ho-;unj-pn. -.learn-! bnlUGd- tho Acorni , u jdl;hx-fQnd; jiail ; Jn'^l.hc 1 flrsl mcol at^tMei'Jderi^^-lIn . ; 1.h,c.' ; 'fln.(tt period Th e 'un'i on'' team -is ,st i by the. addition/of iT.ackic Dunn, whole team is. in'.1,6if) fbnn lo com-j bat Friday the l-SjLh-Jlnx, and proved Acorn;. team'. ' Manager 1VJ- j torini plans to 'start .Garlinshy Swlrsky at'forward, Ruccio at center. •Goach Lefty ' Farrar and Dunn 1} guards/ ! U-i]<5 : .Merfden team li»s array of former high school si headed by Hay.Mulh Interest is, running -high i» a;bout the rubber ,sl.io,p and tuck circles. NaugatucU\s H'i school, basketball, team will be' .hand .to ;seo the .game as guests Local,No. /i'5. '" • In. the ' preliminary game, Ho$] Labreall-s. Mer/ing Gclls, DC. learn, .w|ll- tangle with, tiic fast Brs- tpl, grids. D.ep.V /i5 ; Ce)),s nrc slroH contenders .for the-.'coming 1"'*' Dept. Union Basketball -TonrnnnK;? 1 to be held in March. . Dnncing will follow Jho "i 6iB game. . , l Death From Burns An average of five women a og die-.from • burns received in J ,ho»ie,,. ( rev«als Collier's. The - jority of «tl\ese accidents are d tUe li^htnejss ana looseness of :;li>iae f fcppariel, which makes it hazard. • . ,Odd Things That JL-. Among the odd tilings that exploded.-with considerable vioicn. and- noise, ar* freshJy wii» ccl * months,:.,,suddenly chilled clcpwj ivory and. the; ignited dust of o r ? rrvr^, Declare* 1 Collier's. DUFFY'S MT Street SA3TOWIOHES OF vKINDS A «PEOIALTX FuU Liquor License

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