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NAUGATITCK DAILY NEWS, -SATURDAY-FEBRUARY.14^9*2 NaugatuckC. Early Advantage Was Too Much For Locals •Meriden Aoorns In Lead At Half Time By Score Of 25-10 A nlno-pnlnl advantage i'oi 1 l-lin AOOIMIM al tin' «'iul of Mm '•fiulf In IlK'lr KUIIUI liM-o laMt Hl'Uio "V" with HIM faMl-Hli'p- •NftllKatuuk (!, I. U, quintette nC'to ho too mnoli I'd 1 llio Union who IOH! Ilii'lr -Ural game i (.(» tho Mm'ldnn mitllt Hijofd ol 1 W-U Thn MOor- at hull' Mini) wiut an-10 Tn I'uviu- of tin- Hllvor (Illy llvd, ' , , , Hunk Swii'okl, \vll-h l l <J point", and r.ofty Kari'iii', with II, nmdn u vuliiud olTort ,to pull tho local* IhmuA-n t" fi victory, hut It wwi mu> of 1-hoMo that Hoom to happnn on '' rl " „,,(! lath anrl Mfi'ldnn Ihdsli'ul • on top at thn final whlHlln with u ilwo-polnt iiuirwln. . Wlwrltw and KlonKI. two lormcr .Mm'ldnn IltWli fwhoul Mlarn, h-.d I lie attack'»'OP thn vIotm'H with four Itdd •by u ho jVfHf'muwlH wm-o Ilin tlui preliminary Kami' with •In AVhll-o KIlloi'M Tho Hooru hy a Huui'u MI-lMIMl'JN Carlfoilto, -tlallwlo , If tho o la la .1'lHiiMl ; Kwh'Hkl t'lluoolo, ID 0. If •-.Totals .Score NfiuKfUuoU .V i) ,1) 0 ,18 t Morldi'H Sports Parade liroUKht whloh that Muipimt, HKMMMWW IM'IAIU. HAMH01U (note. U, 8, Pat, Off.), UY ,IAUK UUKNTHI'W {[Jjillod I'rOHM Staff ClorroMpoiuionc; a - — - — --- u N.-w York, l-'ol). J-'.-(UI')-lf I wer«! hh-HMod with a lulcnt for roacU hiK inlndH-and Inn't II a plly thai fin not-- I'd IIM willliiK lo hot my lust pound of MUKar against a cornlc Valnullfid (hat Private Joseph UmiM liurrow of (ho United Slates -anny spent Ihu bettor part of an hour lust night IwlnK thoroughly. (iMluuned of hlH ability as a prlwi- IlKhtoi 1 . ' Don't get mo wrong, It WUHII I anything 1'rlvaln Harrow did that on | he embarrassment assume he- I'nlt. ills up- In Madison Snare (iardon of a spoi'.tulor, not a par][n simply milled' l-hn bowed modcslly and shook haridM wllh an oasy show of Kntco. No, It waHn't (inylhlnK h (1 did—it wan HomrlhlnK that ho didn't do. Namely. II. wan thai, ho didn't know Hilly (lonn (Mnar ovcir l-hn I'ighl Hold I'ont-o at ihn I'olo ('.rounds In I In; Ili-Mt round of the light that warm Juno ovanllitf 'hi»t' .Vfai/ Insleud -ol •liolntf fnrond- to illlly-dally nfoiiml : fiir noino !W nilnuU'H hel'nro he could slop In and make Hie kill. |.'oi- last night old A™* »«l 1W(1 rov.'H 'from -I'lufitsldn whllo Uonn swcalod, M'1'i'iil.od. Itloyelnd, ollnched u rid pawod feolily to a vlc.lory OVDJ Iho worhTM middleweight chain- p|«in--Tony Xalo of dnry, did,, a man whom ho out-weighed by almost II pounds, oul-spnd from Iho, opentng gong and ,oul-rungi'd by si'voivil Inohi's In overy dlrec.tlon, I '.oiid won by a derklnd maru'ln of- pnlnls. hut In doing II he was un- Mhlc Iu kniK'U . hlM Hinallor opponont down, WIIM (illpp(ui H(|iiare on thn chin and slopped In his Irai-k* al li.a.-d Ihree IhnoM, and went bat.-k to his drcsslim 1 rruurlors with a chorus nf IIOUM bu/xlng In his handsome oars. As thu world's fort-most heavyweight cmilcnder, he was a plaslor of parls bust. A lVi\v days ago I said there never was a reason for Ibis llghli and last night my opinion was (,,,1,111'incd i, y i| ui parties of the ll'.'H 1 ,; and second parts themselves. Conn was dull, gun-shy in tho lalor ightWith READY FOR YANK rounds and UH full of light as a sofa cushion, /ale was willing, nih'gtMl and unable lo got close unoutfU to his opponent to do ronl harm, • ' The first round was lancy and In (.he second tho customers wore Lulling CSonli to go back' lo Hollywood and make another picture. The third round Znlo won by a big uuirKln and tho fourth and lll-h wunt'-to-Conn because ho Avas 11115- di- and lie spent most of. bin time COURSE HE'S NOT JUMPING OVER THE MOUNTAIN ;*v mw«ny this H!<| Ji.inpop l» hDlwoen honvnii and onrth ns lo ncur acattlo, Wuwh. The Jvinipcr IM (he out«Uincllng Nor . 203 foot bore. IOKIC. wno lounlntf on /.aleVshcnil tiers...-.in -the .scvo.nlli Uonn had everything to himself—except a punch'. . ' ••' . Ho lilt Xulo with jabs, up-perouls, oi-ossos nnd hooks. Me hit .him oh Ihn chin, on tho hone!,, on the ears and In tho holly, 'No •could have hit n.lm with his stool or with his manager's InicUol, and it.-wouldn'.t have made, any difference.. . Whatever It takes to- knock Zale down, t'lOnn didn't have. Before -Urn. round- ended ho had bc'oh "l-saggcrcd" himself. '" '.;..- flonn was slower than good .news 'In the eighth, Me' ..wont- to work In tho next round and. 11 was repeat performance- 61'"...I he seventh—except ' that : .this . .jtimo Zale smacked over the :. hardest, blow he landed all night, and •./.he took all the steam 'out ' o.f .bigger Hilly Tor the ensuing -minutes. The j'ans started to boo' then and they were booing at the end. Of course, Gonn was ..at a. disadvantage here because; in ;this. "light ho wan the big boy-^npt, IM fair-., haired, lad who had -walknd. In. against Louis and walked out again with a grin on .his cocky .facs.;/.As- well ho hadn't fought .often:-Since last Juno and his timing was .poor.' But the 'best you could say of-:the evening was that it was:-too - .bad,. Halo wasn't heavier. ... -. ... •.•:.-. If lie had boon Conn's wolgb-l... Ztilo would have won-'the light. AH it was, he can-led off most of the. plaudits and whatever glory .-thcy-e was. it will tnkO'.ya 'long time t'pi.-, Conn to'erase tho'memory he-'gavr- some 15,000 people last night, and it will take a 10% 'Umc tor Louis to; forget Unit 'tills 'fumbling,' . dp- nothing, sting-less wasp gave, him- such an evening last ,Vuno. Additional — SPORTS — *On Page 8 : -••• -By' -ALBERT ST1SES-... ' (United. Press : Staff Correspondent) :phiiadciphia-, .' Feb.., 14— .(UP)— :' stocky Mittlo ioi'cs" Rico .of, .the New ,Yoi.'k A. -p.,"- clrpw . plaudits today as. the ; outstanding', atblete of. .•the-lH'th annual Penn\Av G, indoor games. ',The. curly-hairpd former ; .Notre Dame : 'star •received -the- greatest ovation- from -a crowd of 4,000 at, ao'nveritlpn Hall aast.night when he 'Inished.far -ahead oIN'thc ..field in the 'fastest 'indoor:' -two-?nile race. ovcrVrun. in-PIVladelphja; HI$ time of- : 8 :59.5 'was -dn'e 'of , the,' two... new ne'ct' records. 1 - .•'.'. . ,, •-."'•'•,.', , .: Fred ;M 7 Jlt : -: 'Of -•Indiana matched iiice^s pace in i'thc, eaivl.M stages, but- fa'ded -far back-' when Bice, stepped' it up- 'on Uie''l(it6: laps,, Veteran ,Joe cCluskcy'. of ;th N.:' YV -Av G : was third;" -•;-.. '-: ; - '•-''.•• •' •' .. : ' ,','. XFo'rdham's f :-lw'o-nille- -relay, teani set- the other mark .when .it, rocketed. ii'omc' in - : 7l4G'.a. Setoh. Mall, former- record; bolder;, nosed.- oiit .Villanova fpii-"-sGo'ond"-hpnors. : - ;•£ •; .- '//':•;.. : > :: --Campbell' : Kane; Indiana^-^lanky , clistarioe.- ='star.,- • nosed <oui/;,J.ohiv .Bon- j can -by •'itTch.es in ahe . -.feature "mlJn.-j Kane ".. 'was '-aHJudgcd -the winner m ; a 4 :'in:iV photo '-flnish With'Jim R'U-, "' CliR.rlos- "-(•GhucK),- .Boctham,' na-; •tiona),-AAU-,:' .880.' champion, . came:, •from behind'-arid won the half : miie: •in -'l-'M. He-'bested, veteran (.one; in •*- « 1 -" * i •*• • ^_ • —.»_. ^_i.»,»^,»i • New . -York, Feb.' • 14—Reports -.'received.- : at .the •'h'eaduar'tp'rs; of -the Amei-ican, Kennel olub-'iindldate tbat ^boVs 1 of pure ; -bred .dogs are o.\t\- ihg MSy^'-iphases .;'0f- thov 'national,. o'CfortV 'Particularly in the great In-, dhsfiriaj^arpas that'- are busy with .defense '-caii'tracts, ,i:fc .has .been dis- covoi'cci^bli'a't, d'og...show..attendance •ngu'res^nrp' hrqakingv .all .records. This 'means that• ..the 'men and women working l6ng''.hours 'in fac- Lorlcs.'-and. otber.plants are anxious foi-. .the • Relaxation i-tiffbrclo'd at dog y.he 'larger.' attendance 'swells, •'amount, of money being do- by.-dbg shows 'to tlio war 1 OFFICIAL AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SCHEDULE <•* TOtKOO COLUM1U3 lri|t>*ANAFOl.)J ioUlSVIU-E MJtWAUKtR KANSAS CITY < ... '" ,"i ^ •T, rXtit . MIINNIAfOLI* AT MOMC l AT TOLEDO ^ M^y (*, W> Jt, Jil July 13, 14, 15 Sept. U,^ (7| 7) Apr, 2|, 2i, 2'/i 2« July 7, », 0 Aug, 2i, 2tf, Mj W Aj>r. 23, 24, 2$ July 10,11,31/12 Sept, 1, 2, 3, 4 M«y 18, VT'iZ' U ;Ju»\* 22, 23, 24, 25« AU*, •, ti 1ft M*y 19, 20, 21 Jun. IS, 1», 20,^11 AUK, », V, « ,M»y 29,.20, a?, 28 June 30, July I, Z Auj», 14, 13, H, U May 22, 23, 2J, M Jun» 27, XI' 21 ™ AWjr, 11, 12, U 1) 9Mnti*v» MffmorUI D<»r L«sbor DJ*T AT COLUM11US May 12, 13, H, 15 July (4, 4)^5,^ Auf. 1«, 1£>, 20 BUY Apr. 23, 24, 25 July 10, 'll.J&J.?. Sopt, l t 2, 3, 't Ape, 26.26,27,28 July 7, 8, 9 AUK, 28, 29, 30, .30 •Mny 19, 20, 21 Juno 18, IP, 20, 21, 21 Auff, 6, Y, 8 Mfty 10, 17' iL 18 Juno 22, 23, 24, 25 Auir.JL!!!, 10 M«y 2?., 23, 24, 24 Juno 27, 25, ,28, 29 Au«, tl, 12, 13 M*y ?.S,- 28, 27, 2fl June 30, July 1, '•' AUK, )-(, IS, 16, 16 10 Sunday* liultptnclencv D«y AT INDIANAPOLIS Apr, ^ !», 20, 21 July 16, 17, 18 AUK, 21, 7.2, ^ 23 Apr, U, 17, 18 •J«iyJ2/ J!? 20 ' 21 ,AM>, 24, '25,. 26, 27 DEFENSE Mny 12, 13, 14, IS May '(30, 30) July ^ J5 Avu(. 18, HI, 20 Mny 22, 7.3, 24, 24 June 27, 2fl, 2«, 29 Aujr. U, 12, 13 Mny 25, 20, 27, 28 June 30, July t, 2 Au». 14, 15, 11; 18 May 19, «0, 21 June 18, 19, 20, £1, 2^ Aug. 8, 7, 8 May 16, H' H» l8 June 22, 23, 24, 25 AUK, £ £ 10 10 Sunday* Independence Day .,.,^ ^^_^^^^*^^*^^^^^**n^m^^ ^•^•P^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ AT LOU1SV.1LLE Apr. If, 17, U July J& J»- 20 ' 21 Auf , 24, 25, 26, 27 Apr, J9, It, 20, 21 July 16, -17, 18 Au», 21, 22; 23, 23 , May 31, 31 July (4, 4) July 13; 14, IS Sopt.S, Jt (7, 7) . BONDS M»y 25, 28, 27, 2S June '30, July 1, 2 AM*. M, 15, 16, \6 M»y 22,. 23, 24, 24 Juno 27,28, ZS/,29 Auir, 11, 12, 13 M»y 11, 1£ iZ' 18 June 22, 23, 24, 25 Au». £ J», 10 M«y 1», 20, 21 June 18. If, 20, 2I,.«, Auf , 0, 7 t 8 "* "" 11 Sunday* Memorial Day Labor Day AT MILWAUKEE Apr. 30, May 1, Z Jun« 6,_7,Jj 8» t July 27, 28, 2f May .,3,3, 4,8 .-! June' 2, 3, 4, S July 25 2«, 2S May», 7,8 Jun* 13, 14j H, 15, 16 July 30, 31, Auff, 1 May «, 10, 16,11 Junti 10,Tl, 12 Auff, 2, 2, 3, 4 ; AND May (30, 30 ^'iL July 13, 14, 15 Sept 5, ^ (7, 7) Apr. 16, 17, 18 July », 10, 11, l^.^ . SvptVl, 2, 3 Apr. ^ It, 20, 21 July «, 7, 8 Au f . 28, », JO, 30 11 Sunday* M«mori*l Day Labor Day ' . . AT .(•: KANSAS CITY Majrj, J, 4, »' June, 2, ; 3, 4, 5 ,. ' . . ... •; : July 25, 2f, 21 j , Apr. 30, May,-lV;2 June 6, j^tjj 8 f 9 •-.•'.'•' July 27, 28, 2^ /., ; ;',.•(• May 9,'jj,:i|>-li;; : -^/^ Jun'oiO, 1 1,: 12 -•-',.; .'?;;,'_;j= Aug. _2j" 2,'3; 4 ;.':.• • _;" : '.. ; l \. M»y,fl'; -7, -» '.''•'•• •-.;•• -.-'. June 13, \4j 1^ 15, 16. July 30, 31, Auff. 1 May 12| 13, 14 July 3, (4,; 4), 3,^ \ : . Aug. 18, 19, 207" ; ••S : TA'M''F:S-.^ Apr. J^, 19; 20; 2J 1X , 'July 6, 7, » / ,v, : Aug. 28,-',2»,\ JOJ-W. '•'•/.; r l .-:-x-:-: : i"!-'5^-Tr--; ; - : ^-' ; ;:' i< ? • -.» •'•-: .':-.,;-•, f^^.-.i 1 ;..'.; Apr.lt, 17,18 '"•'•'•>: July », 10, 11, 12j « S«pt, I, ,2, 3 10 Sunday* : . ,. ; lnd«p«nii«ne« Day |; ^"""* ....-, ''• -•• ' '•'*' • .' ' • ' '. . -XT, ' •' ' c ,;„;'. ST. PAUL •;.-.••-,: May 9, 10, 10/11 June IQi; 1 1, 12"; .;;.;:.-; •,.-'_ , Au'g: Jlj'jZj ^C^.' •''.'.,.- '•'•'••' •••'• .Miiy^-.Tr '« •'•?•?- ••.•••;••::.• June, 13,- -^li- IStfli .0- ;July?3»r3lK ; Atif{;ilV-.v.-.: ••' •••*yY'. N ,A''.>''',V S; -^'"Vrf5f<i-. -.."• w&#w*#m^,', i "June' 1 -2,(.3jv i 4»..:5- ^v- .':-'•'"•' ;. •J^lyVzs^^;^ ,l' ( .; '. ; -. /: >AVr r ;30;;Miiy.:.iv2'' >; ., v .--v ''June' 6,^,7^8,. 9 ••'.!' July 27, 28, 29 ' '• :; y. •Apr; 23, 24, 25 , July;<19, JO, 20, 21.. 'Au'jrliTf-aS, 26,27 ... • \Apr.-i2*i'^-\&f '••?*'•; •''• ' iJuly ?lC;a7/18V ••.'•-'•:' ; " ' •Auf'.viziii'Mr'Z^.'M.'' 1 ". • ^;;-.-N'O^W,/;; ; '; v , Mny. 12, ; 14 :,.. ... ; May '(30; p.m.) JUB« 1 July '(4, a.m.) » July 14 ' '-•- .;..-..-• . ; Aug. 18,20 Sept. 5, (7, p.m;> .10 Sunday* • . , ... .Memorial Day. ' • '; : ' Independence Day •.Labor ''Day-:- ••'. ; .-.:.. . ,.-AT -.'-•-'.. '• MINNEAPOLIS 'May-«/7,' 83 . ' - ' ' June 13, U, 14, 15, i« July 30, 31, Aug. I ^ May.9 f JO,: W^ll 'JMii«?10i!ll/.I2v?- : -•'••>.•-•>• Auf.^;2i.3,<4'Vv; : . /. : Apr. 30,.May:l, 2 V June. 6, 7j J,*.'* 1 !- ' July 27,' 28, 29 : , . May j, £4, SV,, / ' Jun« 2, 3, 4, 5 July 2S r 2*,2* ; Apr. 2J, JJ, 27,. 2» 'July 16, 17, 18 •••*• Aug. 21, 22, 23, JJ Apri 23, 24,25 •July 19, u; 20, 21 • ; Aur. 24, 25, 26, 27 Apr. 29 May 13 May (30, «.m.) 3J ; July 3, (4, pan.) .July 11, IS Aug. 1» : Sept. 6, (J^a^n.) i ,- s,.... :•, i- • o <•••''•• -"".'v-'^V-'. ;1.1 Sun3aya • ; Memoriarpay Independenc* Day 'Labor Day . .._ ... . i i i,^«^ it7i M »i> a tinnal all.ufar flranriA U ft(JlCiluied fOf TliUTSdltl'i <JUiy J?3, .--^ -.-^._:^:.^___::-i— -• ^ ,. and Fred iManhallair 'College freshman, who !had scored n. surprise victory in LP.C Millrose games. ' ,, - „ n « •- -Norwood (Barney) Ewell/ Penn State's 'Negro spriirt star, rpmpea •unprossed" to a 5 .A second triumph •in'-'tho'-TiO-yurd 'flasli. A teanimntc, Don 'Dofbiiv. was' second with J oin East, Philadelphia, third. M-ocl AVolcott, llice •Institute, won the. 50- yard high hurdles 'in (i.2. Barney .'i?losser, Ponn- State, was second, :a'nd-..-Rrancis-.McGa-ITrey > _ .Columbia, '^Veairette -lones llarrisbur.K, equaled her own meet mark of 'fis2, In .{.lie- women's ;• 50-yard dash. Two Bi-ooldyn "girls, Nancy .Cowper thwnite and .FJi'/abeth Clancy, were •.se'cqnd and' third. ' AVari-en ^ Broomcl,- the poie Vault -at Hib'b Sump honors John Glenn,' Penn • thins:'- Kaffliuba, lied fit 0 feet, 4 The war ; ls 'now 'to America, but •iho.-. trend . to keep all.spOr.'ts. and •Vj'prrhs'-'-oi.'.f.elaxal.I'on .... antiyt. 3 . de'Jflnltely -set".when President ^ uu ,,^eit -answere'd 'tire TuiVsLton- abQut. v yprofcsslon.al : baseball. The '••prcsldeniJs opinion"'was.-based on 't'ho* experlonce: ol Great, :Br!t:iin, wl'iqrc all forms of sport have "been * 'doing, u .grand .job ''in maintalnum •;.ll]'c morale-of the armed forces and llie c'ly.llinn^Vouk-ers. ' ... ' . . -. ih -the British Isles',, sporls. actlvi.-, ties :of, .all -Kinds .declined-at' Lhs .st!U'b' y of t.ho' war—in .late '39. and cai^yv'^0—but since 'then, with I/he •'bnco'uragem.ent of the ;govorn.mont, ilici.'e 1 . have, been /large .and,.steady; Jncrdases. ••tliis coming year Ihe Kennel club .-in England .expects -to. grant many more dates-for .purebred dog shows .than were held during tWi. • "•'•',, : ' , "' 'Tho Amor-loan Kennel club .granted .'MO show .dates -during 19-11- and ; the' number ..'of applications -re- 'eelvcd for 1042 dates indicates that, this -year will 'have -a comparable :numb:er/"It is anticipated that the. • • , . Columbia, tooJv 'IXeot, a 'inches. were shared .by State,' and • Mn- .Bloomsburg, who 1-4 inches. •. •••Fdrdham scored, Mts second riMoy victory over St. -John's . of Brdpk- Ifn 'arid New Vbrk . University, clookihg, 3:2i).3, for the 'mile. In •'oiher •mile relays Columbia nos-. d ;oiit ; Pehii-: anfl Rutgers;,) n -a-iSU-.G-.and .Viilanbv'a ••"duplicated .'the --Fp'rdhnnv ;Ume .'.'ag'dirist Temple -and "Catlioho •University,. '•'•"• : ' : .' ," : . A New -Haven,. Fob;.. J'i—Goorge 'Pll.cn, :iocol heavyweight, has discarded.his boxing'tactics and has now become •a 'puncher. He will try this method out \ybcn I've meets Charlie Eagle, waterbury Pole, .in one of two'-tcn-round 'bouts on next 'Thursday night's pro .fight card at the 'Arena 1 . . < ' - A , i -His four sessions-of'training,with Jo'e jjouis during the 1 filter's. - lnst four championship defense's, convinced' him that'-".lie can get more work by' being a -puncher .than by sticking to 'boxing.•ability. 1 Fitch has also put on 'weight, and now tips the' : the beam n't- 205 pounds. •There is~ a : possibility thnt Billy Conn mfiy.'oomo to New Haven to work with lUnglo', flub' to the fncit that Conn is-a groat .friend of Doc Moore, 'trainer oTRagle. And, .Filch ''may have, either Louis ;or .Jack Blackburn in his 1 corner, asVFilch is .Louis 1 . No, i sparrlrig .partner. , . do'hnny Cbrripo, p'tensing' Now ITu- 'vc'h wpJilihcrwcrght, '.will b'ox Georgie Harper, New York, in an- lothcr ten.-rouiu.ler. Harper defeated Bobby Kensberger [nspired playing and expert making of Bobby Rensbergcr.'. above, has elevated the Irish, of Motre Dame into a. top. spot among--the nation's leading bas-, ketball teams. Rensberger, a guard, -who 'hails from Nappanee. Ind., was the big gun in the Notre Dame victories over Kentucky ^ ..." . and Great Lakes. Bobby Ruffin, conqueror of Chalky W Maxic KalX Waterbury puncher, will take on J-Ici-mim Badger, New 1-laven middleweight, in .one six- rounder, an'd Soldier .Freddie : Lewis, New York,-will box Frankie Young, local middleweight, in another.. •Joey Wasnick, New Haven,. Is paired with Lee Hogan, local lightweight, in a grudge four-rounder. ; '* * > ' —:—: : . . ,-.''-. lAGLESONTRAlL OF INDIANS IN HOCKEY LEAGUE With Hard Blows In enth Round millibar of dogs oiUorcd will bc-somewhal'-l'css.:..;.' . iu caoh New .ITnven, .Feb. J A—Scoring- successive wins over the Providence- Reds and tho Washington Lions— putting'-thorn in so.le.possession of second place in the eastern division of thn Amcrica]i Hockey league— and right bade on the trail of Ibe Springllcld Indians, the NOAV Haven Eagles fncc tho Philadelphia Rockets on the Arena surface Sunday The .Battle Birds pulled out .of a lailspin to move from third into second place in the eastern sector, nnd they'now plan 1,o drive, forward, in an effort to overluko their arch rivals tho Indians. •Philadelphia has given the New Havon sextet some great games this season .and tho Quaker City crowd js .going to bo tough l.o crack Sun- dny-night. Tho Roclvots have a young club which will be heard from next year, and from all indications arc going to make (.rouble for the division leaders before this season is over. On next Wednesday night, the providence Beds will move info the Arena to fncnoff against the Eagles 'in one.of,tho-last 1 mid-week games in regular'.league,play. , jQfi':lViafi[.2iQS:-Seek Citizenship s--:-%.a^;:.O^ '•••..'••.• • v • •- :• - -:*• •• By.JACK CUDDY U.. P..-, Staff. Correspondent :: New York,.. .Feb., i/i-MU p)- TJ j come !i,n tl>ci, ..seventh round smashing right to the heart ,ai ;lbo.tli-io.qseal i ns>,lef.t>.;]iopk to moui-b—two .blp\ys:-":lhat.. droj •Billy "'Conn's"' stock -u, thousand cent and .possibly shunted the P . burgh Phantom, out,of a return nj lion-dollar iligtit.with ,loe Louisj •Junc;';'' : •.;'.' . ••' ••.-.•'..;•.'. disvqigbt pYiampion Tony landed -'the 'historic pimdios i| night during ,bis ; J2-round non-tj fight with 1 Conn,;-\vho almost ,od the .golden- : cr.own-from migij Louis last summer. ' 1 •Those 'two 1 brows,-more than M thing else, Irarifeformod the .... •into'a "stinkcroo" tind cause/I C< to be booed out-of the ring for first.time in bis career aflci-lie won the unanimous decision oj hi smallcd' opponent who was .pooled to last the .distance. Those'twin explosions, lanrlo.d the good little man on-the good man. came -in/Ahc- tliird minute the-':so.von1.1X:"i ; .ound l .aXtor Conn give. Zale :n- savage, beating for Ih'Rl two .miniite.B—a. liookhig .nago that had a«lc,sjupchlng abc the ring on rubb'or-jogs,; appnrcnj on -the verge- of. a .knockout. ,j3ut that .'straight .r-ight and left hook halted the Conn ollr as efficiently as dum-dinn liullc For the rest :0f.tho session throughout; the. -eighth* Conn slowed to a .walk, while tho. i fans in Madison . Square. Gard shoojc the? girders with : their clioi fo'r-.Zole-.of Gary,' : Ind...-Arid brillii Billy was-entirely on .the defensii meanwhile.- spiU-ing ^blood ovor shoulders. ol'liis-smalled-JiUacljc Such were the high -lights o comparatively drab : bout in whi the'\vorl d's'- No. 1 heavy-weight ''l-en'der failed- to, floor'even one gairiei -, bardTliitting:' -..middlcwclj 'champion,.-who; had spotted Cc .11 'dr2 pounds; and -advantages • roach and' height.- ; . Conn liad -Zale ,.\yell-rocked off Balance .-in -thc : -ninth and . but be wo. longer possessed '".ssing 11 . that featured bis seven! round 1 attack. Accordingly Zalc : ;ed tbG' distance without great 'flculty'and- was 'bammcrlng a -almost on : .eyen;,;tQ.ivhs in the Hi : 12th. • '-..-'• i.. ^v-V J ';V' •' Billy-the-Kid .won a .lop-sidod cision, .with the. United Press i -ing Zale'only-.-.the Mwud. and scvenj :rounris -and calling -the .10th cvca -But Conn's -failure to : put-his'smal ler oppoaent. on the deck loft a ba taste in 41te moutbs^of -fans who li«j :pald .$•')8,000.67 :to see, the fight, rdidn't seem; possible.that Conn, \vlij bad -one. of the.-greatest champloij in -ring history groggy \n -Iho. i2l| 'roiind jiast Munc, could, have mupli' -troubTc \ylth,.-.an.- unsung ink dloweiglit ruler,, who scaled 20- -pound'si''less than Louis. But trouble he.: bad—and nlcnl] Many-of the. rounds Gonn won wer by narrow margins, W)d duringmoj of the bout-.Zaler-witb eyes lilaziiij beneath his mop! of fbrown hairn was the aggressor. -Conn, Ihouj never a knockout artist, lias J)Cf famous.for bis accurate'mi ship. But last-night.be WHS missinl Again and again .his blows j»icrcl| bored holes through the air. Perhaps Conn's poor showing wa duo to his eight months layoff. n perhaps it was due to the U'rr lath-round battering he look froj Louis—who in army's privnl-c un] form, was o. well-choo,rcd spectator--'last night. Whatever Hi] reason,: Pittsburgh''Billy didn't loo like the Conn "who fought Louis. Pilot Roy said,- "Conni depone entirely-upon his speodi has lo sharpto.light well. He-was dull H n i gbt. r b eoau sc : f h c :; li ad • o n I y I' tuno-up's i nfter ; a long lay-off « because ''lie couldn't gel, on cc montaly-over .meeting a lilllftfi. like Zalc.-Besides, be had a \vcigH agreement'-for Billy to come in 175—give or-'take- ,i:- pound, woigjved J78. on Thursday, aflcroign rounds' "of gymriasium.-work. So had- to 'starve himself. -Thursday « .Friday or-lose a $2,500 forfeit, cnhic -Jh at 175 3-/i',' when-, he sn°' ' abdut 180. U •Nb-woriderhcwasni ., .•-; .-• - Prombt;er,>Mlke' Jacobs excollenV-sho\vjng : would n match wji.h : ,)immy Texas,: speeds ^K! 11 '-' conte'nder, -.and:.a .victory over would earn a'light heavy til with Glis. Lcsnevich. Meanw Conn will fight -only heavyw IVom now on, tackling Lou and 'then some other heavyweight lo determine if •still . is a capable Louis in .June. challenger SundMv aattiH ure iwiawMnurti ho«a»y Ufttw »w In br»okeU«...«S»th »nnwil:*U-»tiir ..,,..,....(•< • «JJi v.. Y?*» —•• --* ' * . ,', ' ".-''. r . ,' C.P, Phoncphoto Parents: ( of, Joe,-yince..and'Dominic Di'Maggio, all great 'baseball play--' ers; -are-pictured filing citizenship papers at San Francisco's" City Hall They ..will be unable to secure final papers .until the war ends as they .- T ,V,.,^_^ 7 --- -^ • ate now ditizens of an enemy nation. DUFFY^S Restaurant : '."' "' Watcf -Street DAILY DIN1TERS , OF KINDS A SPECIALTY FuUiiquor License

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