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NATTGATUCK nAILY NEWS, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY. 28, 1942 Local45U.R.W.A. GarfieU Team Has An Excellent Record FAST HORSES RACE TODAY FOR FLAMINGO STAKES Opponents Of Local Union .Team Placed Second In N, J, Industrial League Local . A, Local Him MM No, M\. < tuok lout > ft ri(| and Y. M. e flarlldd record No. '..">, < HH lln- l ; . M <• I- <'• »';«VV m <) " i ; n ;; 1<l ' I'- "'• " l tll( ' A. 1, (I. ban- 1" duh-, wllh n In the All whiM. ll m'<!- [ • i i" n i t~» i «•••»• • • ~ . New Jersey indiiHtriHi Hcason the three out- tyei'H have been (lurry Moiunlr IX'M Urnfm, and Aldo Niu 1 - dlnl. Harry Molanlr M M six-foot y Infill c«'nter and ban average. i I.olntH per Kfim". Hen lU-uno ami AI- I* Nur'llnl am Hose beblnd will, point uvorftgort for tin- HI-MMOH. Uolli th''Ho l/oys are faMl-hreuKIng forwards and nap handle the ball HUM- fullv The font of the learn IH a f> Today's Sports Parade (Reg, U S. Pat. Off.) ' , Hv JACK CiUIONTH fiB (Cnllcd Press 51 aff Correspondent). ••• " " CUB HOPE JMIIN . Staff (;(irn;.-.|ion<luul Mlnml, to Imi'orlmil lire Imlny uml M|JIC<- In scurity iiiori !,(. IMII'I lln- The ni<-< -H iH-ni ol !b«! lo lln- post I'm rac.- of bis for Ihr- Hi 1 *!- ooming oul of HIMH ''iKhl inonlliH urllni/ of HIM |" >I|O||H - i M HIM hlHlork', J?i>,» f f)0i) ob- .* >( Th( : i dub In NMIIKU- f»H"W- d will arrive wllli a lu inK at H:00 p. rn. I.ateHt rnporlM ft'om {.aril' Kurd thin WHIM" JiiHl Ilk'! a ^ Harvarfl uffnli 1 . , For U>cul No, /iH Manager l»»»t- Jorlnl h«H revamped bin »ii«--up for IhlH fray, to K''t t"«rk In I n« ' column ufU<r mifiVrlr.K twn H/?t-baokH. A H!X fcot avrra Will take, th«' riofir for Lni'ii vKokl" We. lack and Hank ra forwardM, M«'b Miir.r.lM al and Lefty Karrar and •irind 1 ' Pettorlnl at Km tfiltu'd pOMtM. Oh re.Morvo will \»f- Mawli-.v, (larlln- HK.V, Dunn, Sy/manMkl, l'l>mnl and HOrappy Hay MeiiKaccI, A fant fire)lm will Mce llm undi-rcuh'd MarniiK* 1 Depl, No, W of MM* U. S, hub-no., innfilldK tl.n "Y" K will follow the main Khiki'H, nrrom! rli?li|!Hl ril li-st nn thf Klorlrlfi nnn and the mr.nl luiporlunl 1 f«M' tlir''''%vi''ir-ol(lH anywhere i, ( . |!n!lcil SI/ili-H thlH wliilfr. Ill AlHiib hi Just (MIC. of tin- ball ii III-H! lic»i's«'H In a ill-Id of 17. AM I he IhrniiKH wiMii I.O.. lllah'nli Purl; In W||IM-M>( llm mil" and an HplM which iFiimmHy fiir- Hi" Hni- on c.rtrih'riimi'H I'oi 1 lln. Kenhicky diu-by, prcnkiu-KS and Ih-hnont slake, ||ic nanif of UrlKlil Wlllh- was on evi'i-yliody'H lips and MIN, llobcrl Mdlvaln'M stundurd- was UM- almost cerlaln fav- .Now York, Keb. 28-(bP): - -. Iho KhHIorinK pftlms ol H ulonli Park today tli« oltlwns'or Florida arc renewing tho Flamingo Slakes and Ihosc liwMy, gnffnwa wliitflnw In from'tha west innylm Irucetl. lo Man o' War's old Konlucky home. »lg Hod has Just heard the odds on Alsah IUK.I hn IH very -busy tough-; IriK liims'.'ir lo rU'Utli. ••; -• . • The iH'WM IK that the wooden' horsf nl 1 1MI IH fl ^ Bll ° L flntl n ° Ijeilcr Minn UHi'd oholce, runong.-lhe 17 llirmmglibmlH ollglblo for the ,<•'/>->000 .[JiJi'HU of this ri'ohcst of fill, winter lliri.'O-yeur-old coming out parlies. Now 5-1 Isn't a bad Jlgurq for HMV horse, 1ml unloss your mejri- ory bus lapsed morfl than somewhat; Alsab Isn't just any Horse Tho way Hie hoys : W(.M-Q .lcl!lng/H' a 1'iiw weeks' ago ho WIIH the, Mnii O'Wur of tho furious forties,;u..sort of Sal mill SeulilHoult and -a. nluely l,|(>mi«(l c.iwibliwllon ; of greased llghlnlng, hell oil whcolH, find Wlilrl- /,wuy oil roller flkutcs. Sinoc.J.licn. IK- lias goiio lo Ihr; i-ucos t.wloo but failed to J'clurn lioinn hofore tnps we.ro .MOirnded, f riif) $700 bargain-ran, like b.ls urluf! lag. The ('.nil's ejiurllsli rnl'iisfil Ip.pfii'-. ftu'Mn »H, wlyoi'llHWI h'is or'onled a ; delicate situation,. Hash o.uHtorner'flj bave booed hlrn. riders.have faullnd^ blm and Itirf,,wj;llerH ,l|ave oxprups-; cd only proround iimvlldumiont. If r-ollei-led, llm nuiHoriH advanced for bis defeollons would hulk lurgoi 1 limn u IransJM-lpt of .speeches delivered al a flhamlH-r of Commerce mornliiK H|.rlnt«-i'M Mils W»M I al f»-U (|iieHt.ed, of NInl nn whlh 1 _ one ol was :M, Msah who has and has on bolh < Ihu III'! Af- t'UM Alsab's pr i" iMiib and hirnrd to rid" work cut out. -e tin Hobby b" linn was 5-1. Vedder, who n«today, had lh«lr Tliey wei-e |oade<l BASKETBALL 1 SCORES MADE BY ; COLLEGE TEAMS .with fjy Htuln (foiled Soul he California , I'laho .in, \VHHIM iml "n lah Stalf r,i Slut" -11, M«nlm« :»'., Main , . M Textile ,'H, MaHMae.htisellM Htltule, of TeehncdoK.V |M In- -IAIU. HAMIJOH! DUFFY'S Restaurant Water Stroot DAILY DINNERS ami LUNOHB3 SANDWICHES OF ALL : KINDS A SPECIALTY .; Full Liquor Liconao pounds, 'i nion- Iliun Ihu iK 1 '! llf'f[iH!Mlcd and I'i (ban Wrirulvuln Kni'm'rt To K»nl, Hi" llXlilwelKbt In llm OoU . \M' wt-ll, IlK-r were fm'hiK *"<•'* niiKb (iooklen as Anmrlnan Wolf, •'()• HrlKbi WIHN- at -Ih^'same lin- .OH'| Mrirc Than l-Vw at 118 and In- at I'Jf), Me and My Boy a big '*&.•,: ToYiiu I on""p I ft nts i on the chook 01' liifj ht fighter, Bob Pastor, ,„„.„ tho '*x-Now York U Htcir'a «urprlHln# kayo of Lorn Franklin, No, 3 heavy, In Clove- land. flVnnUlln had pone into Iho l\£fht tho fftvorllo ftflcr ringing up a atrln# of 20 atralwht - Most ccrlulnly HI!M Isiin'l.lhe reaction nun would oxpf.'d I'rom a horse loiilnfl HH liPlkT than Man n'SVnr. Hul In OIK; HPIIHO it bus Ki-fuliy bcncHU'd lllaleah's OWJICTH. Had AlHnb progressed nccording to hlnn prlnlH Ills ttffltujl adniirei-H obllgitiKly mnpped out for him, today 1 * Flamingo would have been Illilc niniM' than n walkover. InsUTtd It Blinpos up as a scramble.' sncond only lo a balloon grab al MIC Stork cluh.or an ogg roll on,the WhlI" llnnsn ' lawn. A hoi'se as MriKhl NVHIlo IH L.lio i'uvorlle nnd Mm foi-iMiioHt (ioninml«r.s , ai-e lle- fpicHliMl, American Woll 1 and a Uradliiy-bred unknown aplly hajn- cd Morn Than Few, In MiO -P»sl inonlli, IblH one IUIH gobbled more Minn u few purses, leading from right to left, Brighl Willie, carnod his letter by winning UK; Kluleiili slakoH'ttiid going on. to <M ( ack Hit 1 eourso reoord with a mlln In i :J»i Jl-r) while iHuiling Alsab off ih'olslvuly. lU;([ueslcd was a inng- nlllr.cnt I'lopcroo in Iwo slarls, had an Infected loolb yanked and.'caine Imc.k for a gllllei'lng second lasl week under dllTicult condlllons. This filTorl, was Hie niosl Impros- nivc y(»l char loci on any Flamingo oancildalii because it was uchleved oven- ii distance of ground. Off if- -I uxpcM'.l Texas Hen Whllukc.r's I'ronUrunnliiH beauty lo sl.retch his sp(M'd Trom wll-e to wire today. Ho may be. a sprinter at hofirt, but he f.niiio from behind lasl time out and he -nifty have found a new supply, ol' moxlo, As for Alsab, evei-ylhlng Is- aKalnsl him. Ho has top weight, hd Is u slrelch i-unner, he Is In poor physical shapn- and be has un tiw- rul'ly big Held to buck. If ho can whip nil those adverse conditions and Hl.111 win, then pull out.all the slops and slarl measuring him' for (Inl. Mall Whin's necklace of Kentucky Derby roses. II 1 he doosn'l win, he IsnT really (UsK-ruc.tsd bul you mlgbl as well hick Iho Flamingo away in Iho pllu and forget column, Alsab nnd uru Ibe only .glumoi* !• ;S I ' "• ^ Everyone n«eda diversion, This la pnrUculnrly tnvo in tJmes of •train •» at proHont, One form of diversion that is accessible to all it tn« movies, Going to the movies'Is ft splendid an.tidbte for tension. The choice of screen entertainment is so varied'as to provide just the pick-up you need, When nerves are tense, go to §et a movie show and relax. .... You'll find f he curtcnt shows listed daily \ ^ j/j the Amusement Pagoi of the Naugatuck Daily News Best Track And Re|d Meet Today •A ' • "'•' °-~ Blue Ribbon Classic Of In, door Season Opens -In New York By OSCAU FRALBY anUcipated -world record mile. T } le iG-evcnt- program OP C " S ^ „ ,, in M'lfJifion Square Garden io a close shortly before midnight.. _.,-,. ;, ofrJnr , m , GS i, )ie y rp AVENUE ^"INDIANS MAKE THE FINALS! en men .w titau ttaM of itieis babies In this field. Others may be 'goocl/ rugged and honest, but don't think they are made oL .the stuff it Hikes : lo win l-he UK; pwikness and that toughest ol all—the nelmonl .stake. . . . . just remember thai the Flamingo IB good but not as gaudy as its. name'. They've been Running jt; under one name or another,.. since pa.rdenella was .a. .bit .sons <™d 'through all those, years It tins pro-, clucod only two really good uns.. They were Brevity and; Lawrin, Unless Alsab can carry,'Ihe lie to his-critics, there are no Brevity.'or hawrlns.ln the-Held today. ,. ^—-.... 4 • »——— HOUSH ilUKNED..- Portland, Conm, Feb. Damage was estimated .today at •more Ihrih-.frlS.OOO in a. lire \vh.Ich ; destroyed, the, home of Percy .llay- dori Hist night. Ah inadequate, v/aleiv supply hampered.efforts;of Jlrcmcn: ;ln,llglitlng'. tlio;hlaxf3. .--•.__' '/. PIED SUDDENLY New Havcp., Cionn., F,eb. SSr-CUP) —Stricken with a heart attack 1 while patrolling his...beat,, Police Officer Maurice F. Maloney, -M, brother of U. S. Employment-Service Director Major. Leonard »J.; Maloncy, ell eel late-yesterday-soon' iiflor being .admitted-to a hospital. Anolhor officer on a -hearl.iy heal Haw Maloney collapse' and- summoned an ambulance. . DIC/VD AT 75 Berlin, Cmi.n.i- Feb.- 28-(U P)— .George B. Gartor, 75, a former assessor and.member of -Berlin's 1|r»t -school board, died last night. .Before corning La Berlin .In 1887, Carter taught school at Whitehall N. V. where he was born.'His widow, two. daughters and, a son survive; NAM ISO PnESWEiN'T Boston,- Feb ; y8--(TJP)-.William \V Paddock of BOH Ion. has been named .president.,of the Federal' Mc- Rorvp .Bank, of Boston ; lo. succeed Ho.y A.-.,yQung, the board-.of-.direo- lors announced today. IBEEf The, third annual interlDank -sla meet will be'held in H'orth' Con way, Now Hampshire, on Feb. 28 and March 1 under the sponsorship of Manufacturers* Trust company .-of New York, Thus faiv about /jQQ.-em- ployees :from about 50.-.banks in New England bave accepted live invitation to attend, and over 100 -of Uiesc will participate In'the various events. As ,,ih . the . past, .the races will be held .on the slopes, pf "Crahmore mountain.- The i-h'ost- coveted prjxe : is" the haridsomc sterling, silver cup donated by.-Harvey D. Gibson,- presj- rlent of -Manufacturers-Trust i>om- pruiy, and .awarded- to-..Ihe. bank 1,6am which., .scores . Ihe.. .--liislicsL .number, .-of ..points ,In .the -various .competitions. This championship trophy is competed , for- annually, and last year it was won by. the, First National .Bank of Boston. In adaHion, there will .be -medals for the leading:..-- performers, in each event. . .... .-. -;:•."• - On Saturday '• evening •- Mr,- Gibson will be host at .a dance to be held ht Ihe Birchmont club, :Norlh Conway, which is Manufacturers Trust company's.,year-round vacation rn- Bort for employees. Music will -be furnished by the Bowdoin Polar Bears. On Sunday - evening the Manufacturers .Trust..Company Ski club will lie host at a buffet supper al-the Blrchmonl club for all the Visitors, and the various prizes, in- It Was One Of Best Fights Ever -Staged At Madison Square Garden New" York," Feb. 28-(UP)-AW<?- Slolz of Newark, N. M,, stood ™y™' as one of-.Uie^fronl ranking cballongers .for , Sammy. -••Aiigpl-ls eight -championship.' .aii^J- j.-nuu,, tuv——•-•• ing out a 12-round. decision J Not j, erDan ie .speedster over.'B'bb'by-Huinn'of New.;;.York. U,,i. nn his-own lo se A crowd of 13,i92. persons ooutr uted a gross Kale of -835.GM-- Ja n,..o The semi-finals in the Naugaluck Y M C. A. .Junior Tournament were held Friday night before a n-ood attendance. The smallest i ea , n known as the "Y Aces" slacked up against the Central Ave. group made a good game ol Coach Eddie , Mariano, showing prood sportsmanship in pulling in his: second' string boys, hold Iho belter group to a 8 to 8 tie at half time. When young Ashmow Dhtrniano got into the game things went humming for the Centrals who flnaily walked away with VI (o • M score. 11 was one of i best tournament games. ' Much excitement was seen in the Hop Brook and:"Y Indians" game In 'the closing minule of play \ v jion {J ]oe SzczqpkoNvskl • was fouled before- he shot one for the basket, which went in afler. the. rofc whistle was blown. The basket called "no-count.;"* and the score would have read:Hop Brook 12, in- dirins H. Joe look his.-two tries inn failed .to make-- either one ; Rood. •The--final one-half minute playlns was- very- light r with no scoring, and the-Indians . held, their one point lead H to 10. The score hdlf :Ume'-Avas. 8 al! Tiie ; flnal chalnpionship game 'will be -played- when the senior championship game is played, the trophies will toe awarded. The senior tournament: will:start cither Ihe Jlih or the.dSth of March, due lo the Naugatuck high school tn- tering .the slate tournament in Xc\v Haven. ..-'• '- : : .'. Last nlghl's, scores:..-:..• "V J> Indians sast ell's- complaint, • Bice, - the chunky 15 , n/> fn-rnicr'' little former J. Montanari;> If'i J. Leary, If . V. -Hcaly; rf .-... A. McDermoU, c R. Mariano, ,lg . J. .Guddy, -lg:...., j. Healy, rg-.... Totals riiglit to see one; of .the , weight;bduls ever• staged atMachson Square!Garden, . By his-victory} Slolz earned' a shot 'at Bob Montgomery, Philadelphia- negro, with the'.-winaee- prom-, a title mntoh:wilh Ango^t. Slots, who weighed 134, was a 7-0-unjler- dog but gained the-.decision surprising:-.wilh his strong in-the late rounds. nuOUvson of. the, former .wrdelyrknown fealher- wejgbl ,"Teddy llubbs;" weighed 130%.-.. .His sel-back ended a long victory string. ;; . : • ,Lulu Costontino,..!^, New, Yor.v.. scored .bis 53rd professional vlclory by .oulpoinling jBoWjy (Poison). Iy,y, : 130V6,' Harlford, Conn., in Ihe eighl- 1 • round: semWlnn'l. • •- •'- • • lout on his-own lo set |l5 H'ih the-.Ihree-niile.. event last >. eluding the championship trophy,; w'ilPbe distributed that evening.. in- addition to the cornniitteo; which will manage the meet,-. Manii- factarer,s Trust 'company has appointed a group of employees to' act as hosts. As many visitors as possible will be acco mo dated at the Birchmont club, and the., others wi 1 -! }3C put up .ht local inns which have been reserved for -the-, occasion. • •-- •• ' 4'."»' ' ' TUY A CLASSIFIED IN THE NEWS AD the the Held will be battling for- place and show money. clViPl, V : lOL• IJ1HOC niiw .-..-- . Old^For-dham,-"Joe MeGluskoy starts: probable.; riewi marks . also dnsli,- high- hurdlos,. sprint medley and. .two-mile relay.. \ Tolmlch duels with ,lhe. naupn s .^which includes Penn Slate ^ ISwell, 'South-. American Bento Be Assis, Herb Douglas Don Dolbin, Harvey Kelsey Dave Lawver Tom 'Carey .and John Murphy. ' Toimlch duels wif blhc nations -best limber-toppers in l ? i coil, Ed Dugger, Charley Batiste, John and Ed. Smith .and George Gilson. . ,-.'-, :•' . . - f • ... .The spring medley, field includes. NYU defending champions; Fordham, SI, John's, Wayne, Seton .Hall, New York A. C., Grand-street boys and SI. pelers.--The--lwoT.mile relay, brings together Indiana, Manhattan/ Princeton; • Pordham, Seton Hall, NYN nnd two club-learns. •••-. ". * Two of the best;-races should be; Iho d.OOO and Iho 600. Borigan goes : against-,• Gene .'.Vcnzke, .Indiana's; Campbell Kane and five olbers in the 1,000. Hcrberl, defending GOO; tillist, draws his chief opposition- from Charlie Beetham, Boy Cochran,. Arky Erwiit, Fred Sickinger and Harold Bogrow., ',.IIop Brook E. 0. L. ,/.' H. Fogarly,.rg Pa lien, rg . DiHon, % /ci'•.'-.-.. Szczcpfcowski, Wfthkoski, rf B. Kadek, If 2 0 .0 0 •o o B. . 0 . i . 0 .•o . 1 . 0 , 2 . i K 0 0 0 0 0 •0 4 T-.a p.- o. 0 0 ,0 0 0 0 0 Score, at half, time Ashmbr'c-Marlario. 8>8. Referee; Centra! Arc, Mayiotli, . If v. Bo.ttegher,. rf Domohiaho, rf Aordkian, c .. AshmorCi- c .. Dlnihanian, lg Sweeney, lg . Peck, rg ,...• • Alberta, rg. . .- B. . 1 . 0 o i ** ,. 3 . i . i ,. o ,. o I) F. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i • -Totals Labriola, Spado la, Point on, Roland, Aquavia, Totals .10 1 21 "V" Aces' rg lg c rf If B. . 1 . 2 . 1 . 2 . 1 F. 0 0 0 0 0 P. 2 k 2 4 •i 7 0 H Score al half time: Aces 12. Central 12. Referee: R. Labriola OFFICIAL . 1942 •OBTON '*^»..»..ii«...^---'! B&6OKLTN'- ii' u. : ,. „ '---•-'—'- ] NMW YORK L- '- PHILiADBLPBUL • PlttABURGH ~ nwnNNATI ••• ...j;...-,.. ^ : pa IP A <1O • '"'..'i;,-,-'-.--"'''-— — rr LOUIB .... -- AT noiil '^^ m . ' '-r-^ AT BOSTON N • - > < Alpr. 22, 23 May 27, 28 . . July 6. 6 Aug.-7, *. 9 S«pt. [7; 73 . , Apr, 17, 18, 19 i V& y 25. M Auf. 10, H. 12 : .; S«pt; 18, *?,. 20 fl!y 29 [30, JJOI Aug 1 . 21, *«, 23 Sept, 21, 22- ; 'Mmy 20, 21 , -. June ' 19, --W, 21, .42. July 28, 29^ SO Sept. ;i, .1* May 17; i|. w •. June 16, [17, 1.71 . ; July '31, Aug. 1,3 SepU^ iO.-^-- .• •' __.... 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'-, Apr. 20, 21 j May 31. 31 i -June 30* .; ' ; Au». 14*, /5, 16, 16- ' .Sept. 24, 26 _ > 'Mmy 12,!l3 ' x jahe 20, *7\ 28, 28 . July 21*, 23 Sept, 13i 13, U*. • - June 23," 24* ' . ,..''. July. 24, *J, 26, 26 Sept. 10*. 17 Mny 20,' 21" '••'... June 19*,. SO;- 21, 21. July 27, 28*. 29 Sept, 11,' It' . Mmy 17, 17, 18, 19 .June 16, 17* July 31, Aug. /, 2, 2 'Sept., 8*. ••.-.,;, -.:• ;•-..- • 12 Saturday! 12 Sundmyi ,' J ^: 4 ..-..'•' • • .' ^ -,^,.. . . AT' :. ;••'-'• NJ5W YORK Apr. 24, '£5; 26, 26 July 2», C4.-43 Aur.-17,-18»- . •Sept. *«, 27 '••- ( Apr. 14; '15; 16 May 22*,. W, 24 ..-• ' Autf, 8, 4*. 8 Sept. A, 6: --, .':',... t-' : -v- '; 1 •>' . . .'. Apr. 20, 21 j May 31. 31 i -June 30* .; ' ; Au». 14*, lS t 16, 18- ' .Sept. 24, 26 ; ' ; M»y 12,';wV " ' '"" : x jahe 20, *7\ 28, 28 . July 21*, 23 s« P t. 13; 13, ur - 1 "... " ' ' • "WayiuV.lS,-.-/*:-'- :'••;•; June 23," 24* . ; July. 24, *J, 26, 26 Sept. 10*. 17 Mny 20,' 21" '••'... June 19*,. 20,. 21, 21. July 27, 28*. 29 B«pt n; it- . M»y 17, 17, 18, 10 .June 16, 17* July 31, Aug. /, 2,2 ,'S«pt., 8*. -.•.,;, -.:• ;••-.• • 12 Saturdays 12 Sundtyi .jiilM • '','>'.' •' :. ••. . -, - ; AT. . .-• ••• : - • PHILADELPHIA , * Apr. 14/15, 16 May, 22*. M, 24, 24 • AtisrV 4, 6* • : S«pt. : $, 6 Apr. 24; j'gf 26, 26 , June 29* July" 3, [4, 41 Aujf.'lS* • Btpt- f 8, 27 Apr. 22, 28 M«7 •»?•'.. July 5, 5 •A»ir.:7.V», 0, 9 Stpt;; [i 7) ,;;;.. v : : i:.- ; May 17, 17, 19 .June 16, 17* , , . i July '31*. Au^. /;2,2 '' S«pt.;9. 10 .1, ' '• T i'"» ''"'.'• '. ' M»y ». M "'•"•" ' : - ''• June 1»M*0,. 21, 21 ; July 27, 28, 29* ' Sept. 11,, If • • ' . ' '','-. ••'. ' '">',' ;;•'.•-'', "t M»y 14, 18, /* ' , June 23, 24* July 24*, *5, '26, 26 : ^pt.-W.MTi-: ; :; . • ' Mmy .12, 18 June 26*,.*7, 2*,.2« July 21, 22* ' . \;S«pt.'13,-13,,15 . , 12 Saturdays • • 12 Sund«yi Jui74-'..'. ' :. i Labor. Day , . :••- •. ' AT^ : •'••••:•.. 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