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fTn -,.^^^ a T T WF.w a . M ONDAY.^AltpH,9 > .19 i 42 Fish And Game Ten Reels of Sporting Events on Program i* r * - ' —•••^••^••••^^SSSSSiSSSSS ^ At Gem Tfeeateijfednes^ Showing Por School OWIclron At 8i80 r.M, — Varied Su'bjootu he 'm ami Main' 1 In r«i Mon with Halph S, I'miho, Of Mm (Inn lliealer, are n\ ono of l-lii' UniHi nmviiuv nhnsVM fd' ovnnU In the World over to he Mhnwn In tin* b»H ij OUKh, M'ho i-'.porlM Hhnw will run al Hie Hem Thfiili'i' MHIM-II II I'l'uin I :M'» I' in, until '(OfiMlmc Hun-. \ special Mhosvlnx for Muml rhlldri'ii win ho wiviM» at ;i:;iu \\, \\\, \\tMhuviduy. linn \* ofK»|iMnillnK with lh« |,rlhullnK I'HM» lleketn to the ohlldi'on l-diluy, The aillnl^ for tho children will h" whloh irwlmli'H Mm i'eden> in 1 loo <>r adiiilMMluii rm |Ht a* eenlM wIMi the Lux l,neli Thn Hlinw, whloh will hu-ltnh rftOlM (»!' inovh'M, IIIIM hren can 1 »oliWl.t'rl hy Ml', I'HMhu mid link 1^1'i |»i'eHli|enl, nf the g.'unv I'l'din a l<iMK H>'l, <"!' MpurlM ri'i'hi Will (u-eMenl a variety of MporlM that nvvel' IIHM been enuallcil In Uiok 'hol'ore, 'PhO llhlUi.ln I'" Mhnsvil lil'e llunl-ln^ 11 "A Wllil MCHI- t "KlKliMnvf f'Mrtli," "Jungle ,1' "l-My l«'UhlnK, <Jt«nlnu ^kete, "f/ure of' Mm Surf," a onniHl.v tilled "llfivv lo TdU" a \';i (111 and feuKire I'lotlll'e ealled dt' the MMinher LiuuK" (}{\ Wedne-tdfiy at'lenioon » MP (Iron, Tho filelure .-ihn\v IM annual evenl. oi' ll.-» kind ami I'reMh dent Uakec and Mm inefnl»»i'.-i of lh" MHOC'laMon ai 1 " oul In hn'ak all ree- di'dH, II. will ln» a btum-ui- show itml on(» that will l«o nn-ully enjoyed hy ',»UI U'nd yolifiw alike. .. .,—-o liv '•X, U. S. I'al, HIT.) j.\(!K (IUKNTIIKII —t) Muroli id !-i|ioii SV.IM '•dart Hull, roslur d and 'Shark New Ynrli free Hde oil ruiintl! T"M?t this week's brnss I'lnpt If' l ( 'tldle Are iro, ih< ( sharp little I'.iu- f'lnaall', I».', Italian hoy who hoohirl Ho/|ues|ed lunito In, Iho $','5,000 Ma, .i week ugd at'tet r KlH .mount ail hut kiuu'kod out »l tho Mirn eame hnek lo steal the >Yu..-ner with Ihu Hhynuir. When hli;/','-!' and hellor ruc-ns aru -run, Airuro will win 'orn, • • < \vent coast Henul.M repoi j'hiimy DyKMM 1 WliM" *<* f will caiM-y in plUihn'M .... ^'-W '" IDIIIM, Mm Ulver City whk'h Is i-'ipldly iK't'onilng Anmrleu's N°. ' Ml|MI| .|. 'inwn, I.H htddhiK for Mm IJJ-W PDA tnurnaim-ni, whk'h will ho tho . ,,j.|y really hl« Wolf event of the I ,\i-i.r. Th.- IMIA \* willing in HHton, i i)til w.'inlM a Kuarnnlee i>r 5H'20,(KK). . . •Hit' Uni of the sranoirs football |,.U,n'f», 'The .Male Anlnml, 11 will In CulunihtiM, n., Mils week. , ..„,„ It n ivw day,* ago Hilling bo- (ween I.oil I.IIMi- ol 1 Coluiubla and lln-h Koi.r ol 1 Mnnhallnn and nm- II,(<i< n-inetnlu'i'i'd much of MK They wei-M Hiirhliiff nostalgic a I Ihi- sl/o nl 1 Mm player* and on nnc nceaslon K'upl' rose and shouted liKlkn.mlly, "why, llml inldwestern coach Is cra'/.y, niaUIng a luckle oul of lloirn/.llwll-iKI. Me IM " l' ot ' n •ilatiilhi!? uuard" .... Hlng Hl'OHby s ha XnnVi Is n eandldate I'or the. Arkaiii-wM DiM-hv. All Mie groauer H,M-d ,do now IM put a MUlo l-a In ha Xcnga, , , . The aoMun S.mla Ulnrn In eanecllluK Mm S(al') »r;une I'or next fall 'allrlbiileti fo »n>* Hi 1 -- prngrain. The. hons nmi'e,- want lo chanc.e a short- debut CROSBY TEAMS PLAY (> Mkhluan can't be Havc-u, Conn., Muroh 0 'IMie A (JoooootliM.it' h»wh school bMll championship I'^ny i 1 "" tonight wlih WlndhAin lac.kl- Watei'bury CroMhyr and New Mrllaln inroMow M>u'ld"0. \VlnnM r rt of tlii'Ho tsvo contctttu will movo lnl.ii Itio Moiul-IliiMlH nl' thiv- tounmro"ul.. ,-,,,,., fi'OOr MUIIH'H SVei'H MCllcflllled H«l |,0(la,Y lo HIM nlaUH II division, Tlmy tii'i". Htonin^lnn, vji, Se,V- roo\ir; lirant'ord VM, fillb'-rt «>r \\lnHtod: Wondrosv Wilson vs. l.yinau Hull; and Shelt.on VM, NValertitsvn. " J ~" NUMSKUU. 1 t^J C^ «*^J "T-T *~* »-J JJ..I'/ # A NOAH*«iP 3 THE:/ OUT CM AUL. 1 MON PAY WOUUP THC K, UATC-. 7 NOAH •» IF A UNTO C, AA. y \S'll:-uil) t tho lite i.;hiV»ij-o ilnI'M, linn a son Is it fuililu'iuon' ul I'rlnc.clofi . . . . Kuit nvn-llu IM Hi.-. l)iisltv,t pi'1/.o llirlihM 1 In Mm rlliK, II' 1 llS'lils nvnry NVIM'U bill, H'W »«l' IllH iKHttH K«'l ITlil- loi- notli'«. Fin 1 liiHlJini'.u In Paul Mtilioinsy In HulTulo N diiy, N'i'xI. week lic'll Ins a.ualu nl IVoi'lu en 1 nainlnivllli' . , . Why dn Illjc in ask tlm lii'nal, hiik tnilnliiK Mliith.ui l-o innvldo luill Inun In rt'iili'ion Iho Mrl on If It Is. Inio that ,llm ,v(- ohlo ChU'fiKO flat'fll- tuil coach, 'will lulor tho -Lulaw loam. II IM norlaln to .bo a 'honey. .... Tluil. WHM a misty thing Iho Hollywood iiiOKUln did to Ibo youth nl 1 liic nallon in .slgnlnK Mn.\ Main 1 |.» pl/iy "superman." Maxlo ,|ii»t wcuildirt convlin.M! unyhody who h,,i| MCCII any ol' his last llvn or six bouts Ilittl In- was "man" lot aloim "silpi'i'innn." Turgcl. rifle Hhrlls now 1 aro • bo- IIIK ralionud and 'only shot KUHM und llMhl I'HI^ i" ;| V Him h<! )KUl o l11 nl iho HpurllriK K'lOdrf. Hl-orpH, . . . -. WINS Mun-h '.)..-(U!')—HoHton Ciillci'v riiliul as nntionnl amiiUsur hocUi-.y chiiinplon today al'lor oul.- lastlnK SI, Nick's club -cil 1 Now York, lU'i la tlm tounifiincnt final at Boston Arena last night. Tho (!lul>mmi, coniposod of Harvard, Ynlo and |>rlnrcton graduatr-H, tsvlco tlod tho Hi'occ and once held tlto Inuc] only Id IOMO on twin noston ^ (allies In lint third porlod. ft New KA(!LKH WON llavnn, Conn,, , Maroh 9— l 'l!p)-.-'IMi(^ Now Ilavon FJuglos do- iv.jiod Hie Cleveland Marons, 7 .to /i, In an Amcrlcar. llookuy Inague kamo before 4,00(1 fans here. Sunday night. iv/.ulni, New Kavcn rooklo svluge.t 1 , scored two goals, WIGHT GAMESIN HrooKIyn May 25 Juno IT) •llinn 18 . Juno y.'l •Ilino 25 July 'I 1 July 22- July y» July an AUK. 10. AUK. -IH AUK. 20.. Sent. 8 SI, l/ouls I'lllHhui'K .Cincinnati Clnohuiati ',.;. SU Louis .Chicago Now York ...'./ .Philadelphia . Boston ,,.,,.. Now York' Plllsbtirgh.: . ., At (llnelnnntl May Juno Juno June- July July July AUK AUK- AUK. AUK. AUK. Aug. ;j I'hlladclphln .10 Nnsv York I <> Brooklyn ' J) llronUlyn j(i- Boston f) SI. Louis 7 nh longer , .Mon. , .Mon. . Thu. ,,Tiro. ./.i'hu. Wed. AVod. .\Vocl. .Wod; .Wnd. . .Mon. ../Phii, .'.Thu. -.YVcd, .Mon. .Wed. .Wod. ..Prl. .Wed. .Thu. iTi N(.'W York !>8 Hostnn ,'H •phllarlolphlu /i St. l.ouls •;., Mny .lmi(! Juno June *M June ,'}() July 2 July 21 July I'S Aug. .A AUK. Aug. Sept. Sept. :I7 10 14 JS At Ni*w Voi-lc Hrnoklyn St. I'lOlllH Chicago Otnotnnali .. IMilladclphla . lioston Chicago ,- iJi-ooklyii T'hlhu.lc.lphla IIOHton St. ho u'ls 'PIMslHii'gli Clnclnnall ,Tuo. .Tuo. Krl. Mon. ..Pri. .Wod. .Wed. , .Tue. '.Thu. ..Tuo. . .Tu'e. ...Tuo. . .Fi-I. ..Tuc. Thu. TE^'£(i'BRIEN JIM KNEW ALL THE The Indian' loiew an UMU u^^» c ^^ ya! l w f roih:,time : to ;; tinie. H« was a marked man > while playing ; at Oai-lisle^ ;Thorpe snftered a twistec ;ide JhUayR^^^ aboil t it,' so Jim had 'to: thmk .fitft to pVot^;himself:; Wlmt SH^orWh^^ Sd:a^le and left^his W to0 ° ' ''^ ^ time/giving Jam >s "irgured., ~ In -T won none the A.nd,-/pi 1 . : c.aurse, ; "Th6rpe's, bad' ankle for the en^my fed been tricked. £o-tfif and ;6n with- yarns about Jim Thorpe, /; branch of sport. Ma^ Providence, :H, J-- m' ' ohahipipin .JieJdi tlrt James A, ovyei U^phy^i .tqda>'^ as ^e\y ; :,. hnglanci ^ •outstanding, speed slcater.. ,;•! Lav*llo : was- presenfcdi-.-lho .tro nt-'ClVe^lvat5ng; : Gl.ub last.night c ln-" : iric:--N-G\v ^England M;ndoo ci lng-" : iric:-- oC:,four events; :Fil ( ohburg; .;G-bK:uen;.. lhe>army! - Thursday,. : spoilt: t n UiMfS-mll'Cv mile -und' .Q.".^ 1 ^ 1 ;-" 1 J rabes;: ;losln&. , only ' i^o v ,lHilf-milp tost ; t6: Lavallo.; . .- , ; •• .•'••= : ..;:; '' ; :Garhiol tta; .-.iLdrftlry : of /./-Pi tohbu rg, holder; .'ot -tlio . natiohal'-andr North . American speed titles, ' 'easily oopped .' art-er-inile events tlVd mile .and' quart-er-inile i iv tire^'wdnicn's d|visi,on.'., ; . ,• • • .... ...'-.. -- ' '••:'• • . an amazing' career,: 30 yeai^s. as; an; atWete. - lf.tb^ortB in>i nai,nvaI ; AV^. 'ho' tried/ Gnc^ wlnlc -visiting.- i ^ -Jim At Juno June. Juno Juno July July July Aug. Louis NtiW York lirooklyn Phlliulolplila Aug. ir, |.'i 18 ID . I. 1 Sept. May 28 June Juno 10 June, -I'i July July July Aug. •! 'Aug. 1 Aug. 12 Aug. 2r> Sept. * Sept., •' Sept. -Ifi New Ypi;U , Philadelphia i.llnolnnatl , (Ihloago — f.lhloago ...; lirooklyn , Moslon , i.,., fllnolnnatr AT St. Louis .. Hrooldyn Hostnn , ---New York Philadelphia Brooklyn Now York St. • houls •-, .Cincinnati . Hoston . Philadelphia Chicago — Cllniilnnall May May June Juno Juno ,lu in) 2(1 Juiui 2U July 2-2 July y'i a I r. )/i Jiily Aug. Aug. Any,' J2 Hoston 27 New York •17 Pittsburgh I 1 .) Olnoinnatl :;hlougo . SI. Uu'ils • Brooklyn . St. LOuis Ghlcntfo .. lllnolnmiU . Pltl.sburgh Mbslon ... Now York Brooklyn . 7 .18 .Wed. . .Tub. '/.Tuo. '..Tuc.. , .Thu. Thu. Tint. . Prl. . .T-iio. .\Vocl. ..Tuo. '/.Tuo. .Thu; . \Vocl. .\Vocl. /.Ki'l, ..Krl. ..Tue. .Thu. .We'd. ,,l.?.rl,- Woxl. Tuc. Wed, . ..Fri. ;Wcd. .Wod. . ..Frl. .Wod. ...Prl. , .Mon. AY eel. ...Krl. . Wod, . Krl. .Wod. ....Krl. •. /rue. AT NEW HAVEN hand for y His f n-eiuf ran out 50 .points without a -miss Truly, Jim Thorpe deserve^t all-around athlete ''of them >ll v ;;; ; -;;. ee or e.: but he Mdn 't ; lost ;-his . balls to - stt the game and Thorpe ts wou a -. •;, ,. •,_ ., -. Thorpe deserve^tlie crown as the, greatest ABOUT "GHOST BASKETBALL" of the Wniging " '.ghost; into li Thear, is r tbaU," the -novel but ,sefi sa t»nal: court game, prominence during the^p^i^sea^ons^.. . When the'gaine was nrst|i'iitroduced there _ynu some skepticism on the :part of coach'^ and. ttianagers ^10 oouM not figure 'out ho^ it' was possibl* t'o play. in complete dark- fig . l yet he ssen by specfetots. : BuV a ..Bpeoud pa Led material Was discovered v Ld the "ghost'* gaine of '^^ decided success from the start,'; ..... , t . -«,„•.. ;, fllhl( . k . Although there has beeii ;; no showing in Naugatuck , the game hasfeen offered in many towns «YJ 3-1 4 Fritz KTamiiV-and: 1 -liTs -•y'0li«gs1.fif s at- tlio • 'N.augaUitJk • ! ( -.Y M . must, --.bo. building-up. a.;dqrense,tha(, .is par. exoellence for- the future .mombcrs. of.. lyaus-ai-irck..; high's, .basket-bal squads or the. baskets ..on, the local court"' liavo'. been-, moved . up or four,', inches... Why this ' Merrill Barber Wflls Four- i IP Trainmg Gamp Briefs -o Norwich. University Senior Takes Title In Meet in New Hampshire <By United Press) ports that the ^ j^j^ Dutch .jurisoh and. Max Pollol, ban ler—held / \ i »J *•-* l * - ill the .Yankees to three hitb. Havana, Mar oh U P) — The •nod to rbu- nr .nnratoi'V Son NVilh i,o resinning' competi- leaguO opponents tnree \isp crack you ask? \yclll.AL a contest Saturday . morning tho 'Y. 11 Aces .won .another, game by a 3-1 scoie. "ThlS time the victims were, the 'Pirates. 'Several games , ranging from 3-3 to 3-D- have boon turned in with tiro Aces on the .winning In Saturday's game Spadoln dropped a, field goal through -the i\ct and Pointen added a single point for the AcOs'on a Vroo throw. M'cNaeo Score the only, point for the Pirates. v The. score-: .-^ ..'.,' ., «Y" Acos ' was in the Brass City' as a; preliminary ^peedboy-K..'of'L.' fcity' Eeries meeting, and the lana en- ibyed the "g-oulish basketball'', in action;, . . Plav must be in absolute d'airkness,: but the do everything that happens in a regulation game, "hnrkpf, Vklji.v^ lone' shots and UUvIVCl/ mers as The players can really "see":, in the dark; And, a . ghost" acts a*' the referee. ' All cagers are outfitted m staecial suite with' novel markings. _ "I receive inquiries daily from all, sections of the country on ibookirig* 'for this.gamei??, stated Fi^patnck the other day. "At present there are;,,.f our units on road, Caging games' every "i^of th^ f eek^^we Sundays. We provide the equipment, All we need •» a and the local manager must p : g irl teams. ^e' ' : booked until Ma ern and Mid-Western ' lioland, If., babriola-, )!' Aq'uavin, ri 1 .Donicy,; -'i'f. Poiiiton, c . Spnclok, lg Kcrnon, rg Totals B. ..0 . 0 • P , b . o ; 1 • .0. . i ' I* i rales' •Beau oh any,. MoNaee, • lg Walbh.'./.lg- . Manly, ,c — .Chatendcn, 13. . 0 . b. • P . b K. 0 J 0 0 .0 0 Totals...'.'...- ; ° - ;t Sborc at half lime,: Aces • \ , rates 0.'Referee: Hcnly hvins. P: 0 0 b P _i 2 0 P. n l o o o : • .1 PI- good for a 0-3 tr. ^ in ihc oponcr but wcro )ield to ( is lo °otfc tho nightcap, 3-0. Star ro\i^n%hortslbp ,P6o Weo -Hecsc suffered a ' slight' sprain in pie ga'nuv praotic'o and will W>.-out for four days. . March -(I Miami, F. Now York Giants. broke loose most powerfuKoffensive ; -display- oJ be -training season to trounce the. Boston Heel Sox, 13-5, srda he' Giants made JB. hi ts, a three-run homer by InHelder Joe Orcngo. .':•-. with Lakeland, Fla., Marcb T1K3 Detroit aMgevs' list of i buls dwindled to live , today the signing oiMBarncy bard-bitting outfielder, and baseman Ray RadclilT ^- McGosky, the American league's fifth leading Jml- bit- a double in the , unsigned AMBULANCE. CALL GETJ3• KESULTS Inglowootl, , niil,.—(U,P)-Gltlxens : -and: city oounollmen protested IDC- (iaucs o'f the lack of a public, am- bulanco to answer-emergency calls. Now there aro three. Tho city pur- chased'one," a .local mortician donated one, and the women's, amfou- nnoG and defense corps obtained a third. ' ' .. While in the amusement field. B|a;y;fe;he?ciii fin5d:an open y •date on : his BohBdvBe ,s;o Naugaiuc^iahs could see what this '''ghost basketball" is all about. ; m-idgoporh Conn,, Mnruh "— ("'^ -Jlmmv Young, Jooal hoavywolght, ninols 'Jimmy Bell, Now Havon IlKhler, In tho rqnluro. olght-round bout on. a boxing card horo tonight hlrldo Matmnn, Norwalk heavy '.lullo Orinnxlo, Now Yorlc In an other clht-voundor. A tackles olKhL-round bout mntebcd nolle//, Hrldgcport, .with. Oocora, Hartford. ; .... l.h rr. Stanley Wllbui The Rhymer Wins"Widener A <prowct of .WtUonor c victory that loft on tho , C. P. Phottephoto • • ilnlBhod fourth, -Tho RAymar • ^ : - NIGHT BASEBALL SCHEDULE Ebbets Field; Brooklyn, ancUPolb^rouncls. New Yo% Il8lv o been allotted a number of hight; games m tb^^a> tibiial League for tli6 19*2. sea^n, accord ing-to the official schedule released the pthier day iorpublication. . •. _ _ -» -/^N • * • • j * 1 "1 ' T_ ... .•» . «i,* •' "1 'A ' *' I/lit; xjL^t;^i^i.^i.^1^ 11 .»...^*.~ -» T . A. , . , Flock a,t Brooklyn on May 25 ; fbr : the initial offer ing .at L/.tlw '.U 1 Wv^J »• x^/ v We'know thqt 'i interested in games. Wiib:& fans w vbrlte i.c0.m.;.m,.S-Gtio'h ; JEfere 's the, 19i2 ; iiigbt tbe Polo r 1 ; . .- .•.. 1 ,,,-.- numbe^ bf -N^ii|attok }f ans;aie sebal];;affi^ nigjit ull : woi^kmg;^^ ^ ''- ' •ence:- •-• • .;-... ••.••".•; : ' AT BROOKlA'N t aiiH • ptifeit'a^^;:for future '••"•f-X^T -NBW^.-.YDRk '• • .V July Jr-J3pislon- ;';,'-.'. • July 22—Cincinnati; ,.; July20—St. Lou is :.;..'• July 00—Chicago. -....,. Aug.- 5—New Y o rk. ,, Aug. HO-^-Phllacleiphia Aiig.' J3— Boston-, i.'.... Aug. 20—New York ... Sept."8—Pittsburgh .. , : , Wed. • Jiiiy, 2—Bdsto'rt •,V/cd.;; Juiy'2J.^ ,1u'ly..;2 . Wed. Aug. , .Mon. Aus . .Thu. :'Scpt . .Thu/ Sop ft' ^Pittsburgh' , Wed . . Sept? 10— G'i nci hnati ^ , 9^-si;.- • Bouts'; .-.-. '; l -.:.;- il ."•;...... ....Thu: • ... .•';...'. .Tiio Ivi-,'.'!.•..•:•..•.'.•.'.Tuc ... .Tue .". .-/Pri .. ,,Tue "H.-.-.Tliu .Mon i'Wecl We have kribwn Fritz forally joyedr-his-gym grouj):offeriiigs both here a The Naugatuck ' ?'Y" : exhibition, asmg6d by is a v :tbnib for spbrt fans and ^bsie iiot so interested m athietibs?-' To use:the words^ of : a close ii^wapaiper friend of ours; klambt has made hi»^ yearly «xMbHions an ^in' "' blackouts . require When on -air - Emergency speed in execution. •aid-alarm sounds.at night, remain n the house; put out all ligh!,«S'.p.x-. Vept- in rooms ^ effectively ;' hlacljad out .and use no lights thnt m'uy. Db''seen from the outside, . • : Vour tires., will go ten thousaild^ mllos farther if you cut, non- (Wsbntlal driving now. Tiros will last- twenty-live porcent- longer if you .drive twenty-live percent loss. tor last year', camp game u .. ... ., 'The only player?! still by General Munager Jack.Roller arc Louis (Buck) Nowfiom, Johnny Goi- sica Rudy York, Luther Thomas ahd'lViily Sullivan. York-, Is in cAmP but the others haven't been hoard from,. . , , San Diego, Galif., March 0—(UP)r- ti\ sought tho answer to: weak hitting of, ] J hila'(.1e1phia Athletics today.. They , dropped *"~ cither 1,'rarnnVg game to the •Diego ] 3 ardes, .{*yi. -berpro ,JOOO..; .-:...P. ....... - T]ic oous() jeagucrs . Huss Christopher for ihi'oe runs and four bits-in tbe third, a margin which the A's. couhP not overcome! ' San Bernardino, Calif., Marcb 0— (UP)-—Injui'ics suffered'in an automobile aoolfJenl. last December arc Jeopardizing the baseball career of Loc ^Handluy, Pittsburgh Pirate, third baseman. Unable La-throw because of a sore: right shoulder and arm llandley left tbe Pirate training camp yesterday for Los Angeles to: be treated by a specialist. • , • Deland, Fla M March..-.iH'( 1 J p )—T.^ St. -r^oius Browns .still'plagued with holdouts, 1 were going :; ,through. tbc ; motions of, spring training today with 10 players still :unsigned and unreportcd.. However, Manager Luke Scwcll said only Rick Ferrcll, veteran catcher and Jack-Kramer -and Johnny Whitqhead, ....pitchers, were .definitely'..dissatisfied. Out: Holders Chet Laabs and Tony Cris- •coln, inHelder Vernon Stephens and 'first baseman George McQuinn reported yesterday. . , . — (U ]>u Norwich Gilford, N, II,, Merrill (Mcxx-y) -Harbo.r university/, son! or fi-om ' •Vt,.-, hold '.tlio national sld championship today aHcr t\vo leaps of iSO feet, in a l.wo-duy mccl Uiat fiftW the defeat, of famed Tog^ ger , a'okle . in : a. special invitation jump.' '••,'., Barber .-squeezed 1 .his -way into lh c UUe us he Jflnishod only six-tenths of a point, ahead of a \\Mllinms college junior, David Brown, \ V | 10 made his Uefout in bls-timc com- pctll/lonv , . Tho veteran Barber's point total In the Slalom, Across counlry ami downhill raoos and }n the jumping contest was 370.5. JBrown scorcil 'aCO.9 points and C. .Allison of of Nu\v tho University •o was third at 3ft!M. Art Devlin of Lake Placid, N. y,, humbled,;Tokle for ilrst-plnoo invitation honors by oight-tcnllis of n point. Devlin soared 220 fool on both moU?r .lumps at Holknnp mountain to la) 23* .3 polnl-Ri" Tolilt, form. ;or national : and oas.tern Jumping "cha'mpionY -earned-- 2^0.5 nohUs for • jumps of 21? and 228 fool. :- Abbotf. Phillips of Providence, i\. it., wrtn tho downhill event in one .mimit'e, 3:1 secon<ls. : )3r,own was second in 1 minute 37 seconds, Havbcr 'and Charles Blum of Now York \k\\ for third in on> minute and 42 seconds. . . ' Robert Sawyer of Norwich won <l,he-. four-cven.1, .jump with Iwips of 186 and 180 foot. Walter Droscok of fVreenJlnld, Mass.,, was second and Blum was third.- . • TW»iINIONCiTY TEAMS MEET FOR And Hop Brook Boys Play At N. H, S, Gym At 7 tonight "'Two Union: City .schoolboy teams will battle it oul. at. 7 o'clock lo- flight,-al tlic high school gymnasium for the grammar school basketball ••champjonship. The' Si.- - HedwJjjVj team, winner of the Jh-st round of tho tournament will meet Ihc Hop Brook- flvo for the winner In tho second round, A win for tho St; llodwlg's team will cinch the championship for thorn. A victory for tho Hop Hrook boys will result in n tie with SI, Hcdwig's and will minire ;uiol.ho,r game, to decide the championship. Industries l.nko prcouulicms In protect the lives and hoalUi ol 1 por- sonnol. Today war is the hi^wl industry. 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