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Payc Six NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS MONDAY; SEPTEMBER 11. As Paris Spirit Burned Bright Cieslewski Wins News Qi Cochrane's Sailors Had Phenomenal Record In 1944 •."?"<„ ; x X.., IVhi-fi I'n.-ncli patr.'uls decided ti> t» lut.'ii, \vcitnfii. ami c.hiUli'fd ttmk part tulii'ii l>y SIM l''l''( C'lnsii'i-anuiii li-.-furi' a iniin mid -.i-iiir.un (lop) inuiuiiiii,' a At lir.ttolM, liuys dljv up |iiivlni; lilncU ••:; i.IT in Hi tin- Allii-il h:irrhr;i(!i- ; (11 hi- u>i the Naxi yoke u|>ri*iTijf. Tiles,- pliutuh, t'urri'S iirrivi-d, shou' sgai.-isl N:i-/.i sniprrs. :I ill Imrrk'adi's. (In- On The Air Today WJX WAVU Cu|-l-.;:.;iun>.ic Aliriiinl WrtAI'-WTiC' r.:i(:k;;! •1:1 3 p. in. WATK- Time Cut I'o;- W.JK .(''(ii-ui.i ; .V.rmnn V.-LOA[-'-\VT.fC :V'.>II:.i Mu::ii: t'.huw MI, WHAF-'-Vr'TIC 1 -Ldi-iTiw WAl.'.C-Ol'!' the ilocu Nfighhor VVATU-VVJX N'rws •1 :•!." p. m V/KAI-'-VVTIC Yuiing WATC-VV.J'X 1 V/KAIVAVTrc Wru- fl.-s WAMC-. Kun wilh 'i'ci-ry and IMriid-H .I:!.' ;:. ui. 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And 'during tho current world conflict. Lieutenant Commander Mickey Cochrane has developed a team at tho Naval Training Station that has surpassed thu groat record o!' the Hi-sit team. The present Croat Lakes team has just completed a season of 50 games, of which they won '18. That's a record that any r.lub in organized baselmll would llnd hard to beiit in any string of fiO jjuines, Mickey's team played eight major league ball clubs and licked all but one, That one club was the Brooklyn Dodgers—-who got hot one clay and trimmed tho sailors. During the 19-I-1 season the .sailors boat the Philadelphia Phillies, the Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs. St. Louis Browns, Chicago White Sox, New York Ciants and Cleveland Indians. They whitewashed the White Sox 'I tn 0 and trimmed the Indians 17 to -I. The Ford Motor company team was the lirst oulllt to catch Great. Lakes unprepared and the industrial team licked Cochrane'w team '-' to 1 in a very hot game. Croat Lakes had won 23 games rc dropping that -contest and Mickey's boys won Ifi more before they went down before the Brooklyn Dndgoi'S. • ' Tho highest regular batting-aver- ago fin ihe club w.a.s hold -by center ilnldtir -Gone Wooclling who was only ahlo to club the horschidc f^r a puny average of .-132, Teams average was .300. ' ' ' ' ' In coiui-asi, the highest a.verage was .-llW. turned in by Mizell who played loft ficiil. Cochi-ane hari an infield comprised 01 Johnny McCarthy at fl'-wl; Billy Herman in second; Merrill May nt third and Altaic GIossop at .short., • .McCarthy made his name with f ho Boston .Braves; Merman and GIossop were with the • Dodgers and Mav was with the Phils and PI rams. JJoston Jim Truxlor was -the ace o-' the mound staff with ^-1 victories and one defeat; he was followed by Detroit Virgil Trucks with TO victories ar.d no losses. Pittsburgh Bob Klingor won nine and lost none and Philadelphia Schoolboy Rowe -won C and lost one. Rowe also proved to bo a vory valuable man at the plate wi'.h 37 hits in S3 times at bat and 29 runs batted in. Walt Millies (Inished the last part of the season behind the -plate after Bill Bailor and Clyde McCu:- loiigh wore transferred. The rostc" wns cut Lo 15 players bcfoi'u the season ended. In JO-12 tho tars won f>3 and lost 14 — last year it was H2 victories against ^0 iosses and with .this year's record of -IS and 2 it looks as though next year should produce a perfect season.- rWO-TIMEK ..'By Jack Sords Defeats Gus Klimaszewski L Race Stays As Is As Four Cliibs Split Twin-Bills The ih.-eo brill clubs with eyes .set on tli-: American league pennant opened yesterday's doubleheaders with rapidly changing per- oent.'ige poinls—but ended by.split- ling all their bills and slaying in the same positions. Tlie Yankees still maintain their hulf game lead over tlic Tigers ,ind tho Browns arc a full game behind. Detroit split its double bill with tin: Cleveland Indians nr shutout the Tribe, Stanley Gives Up 7 Hits As Brasscos Beat Mepden Mitchell Field Bombers Next For Locals Sunday; Seek 5th Straight This V That \VOF1 Wt:AI'' V-. A'l'i:. WABC \V.IX f Lnu 7::-;n 1 1 Sofool m. Show ~Hcionc« -I'hciiH- Thank,: I'l cigran 'oiir AiiK lo Yank gi-r |i, in. WTtC l-'rnnl WJZ- \VATll WOll- VV'ATK \VAKC. WIOAI 1 ' WATI": •WTIC (!:!."; |> .111, •Ifiiri-Jiy Orcli.: Choriin •fti-ri!lia<li' to Anii-rica • Music: for PiniaK I'l't.r. Si:lii;nkc-r :thi;l am.l Alluut WOii WOr.--Ni.-u-s MARIAN ANDERSON * TONIGHT AT 9 WTIC WEAF TELEPHONE HOUR* GREAT ARTIST SEfilE! \VMAK .-l.i'V VVA'I'li L;-.(.in-Am'.'i-k:an ILhylhnri.'i K:IN> p. 1 ni. VVATti-WJZ-- WuU:h I ho World Go J;y U'i'JAl''-\VTlC • Cavalcade U'ABC -Vox Pop u'ATn-v/or: Xews H:l~> p. 111. WJZ-U'ATR—hum and Aimer WOI-: Siinny Skyl.-n' Show H:HU p. in. \VTfC' Voii'c of Firestone WJZ-Blind .Date VVAl.lC Guy Nineties Revue !):IMI p. in, WABC—Mayor of tho Town WOK- -Galn-io! Heattcr; .Test WJ X-\VAT R- ~Omi n tor-Spy !>::){> p.. ni. \VATK-V,'J2--.SpoUigh(. Band WAKC- -'The -Man Cull oil X" WOR-—Millie of Worship WTIC— Pelk'tier'y Orch. SVfCA'l-'- -JntoL-iuation ...Please 1(1:1)0 p. in. \VOR-Xnwsi U'.IX,-WATi:--l1fiymfm(l Ci. Swing W15 A i-'-\VT rc — Con I un ted Program \VAt3C—Screen Guild IO:I;T p. 111. WATR-WJZ-Ted Malonc 10:Wi p. in. WAl'-'.C—-Johnny Morgan Show VVICAF-VVnC-'-Dr. t. Q." R- SymphonL'tlu K--Ri«lI-j Show Time \VATR —News: Good Ole Days 11 Mill p. in. '\r,L .Stations-- Xcws M : M p. in, •\yATR-\VKAF-\VT.IC--.Vcw.s WA'HC Jo.'in Ij'i'ooltK. Songs ,. UV5C-Joiin Gal-t Trio \VC)l > .--X,iws ll:!il) p. in. VVlSAF—li'oi- the Record { ^ v By DJJKK (Spoi'tw *f-f+f*fr*+**~*r-r*r+-*-*-***+***+++3 A record attendance at Manning Bowl in Lynn, Mass.. watched u:n North • Shoi-ts Hish school teams s;af, r e a preview of the com- inj; fool-ball season last Friday. • • Twenty ihou.snnd fann jammed the Bowl a.s each of the teams played .1C miiuites without, chanjr- ing (,'oalK. In the opener Beverly scored a surprise 0 to 0 win over Lynn Classical, KvercLt and Revere were i-coreless and Salem beat Lawrence 10 to .0. Pcabody cd^ed Sau^rus, G 10 0, and Lynn English showed a fast running atl-nck 1 to trounce Swum|iscott. 21 to 0. The MiiSsnchusettH' High/ School Princii)ais' aasocin.tion hns decided to tulojjt the five much-discussed recent football changes. The decision to adopt the rules ;.'ct up by tlic Eastern Intercollegiate association was made by the associalion's athletic committee. Briefly the rules would .-allow forward passing- from nny point behind line of scrimmage, use of tee for 1 Irickoffs, give -a five-yard penalty for out,of bounds kickoffs, case up on penalty.for 1 il-' legal forward pass-lateral pass pl.iys n.nd pci'mil running with opponent's fumbles. WABC—Salute to Labor U'JZ-WATR—Saludos Amigos 11;-I5 p. m. WEAF—Denny Bockncr Orch. 12:01) Midnight WAT.R—Sign Off WABC—News; Warrir.glor. Orch. WJ/2—News; Olson Orch. Tho Watcrbury Brasscos w o n their fourlh .straight game yesler- tiay afternoon tit Municipal .Stadium before 3,000 fans as they went on a hitting spree to trounce tho Mcriden Contelcoes, 7-3, behind the sensational hurling of Johnny Tay- r, Negro lad from Karl ford. The Brass City nine jumped all over Al Lawrence, former Brc-jk- lyn Dodger pitcher, for 1G solid blows. Six of Uv. 1 Brasscos hits wont for extra bases with Jimmy Greon and • Skip Edwards loading the hit parade. Taylor was in rare form and although touched J'or seven hits by the Silver City outfit, kept ihern well scattered. Taylor had one bud inning, the fiftn, when the Meri- donites bunched three hits for two runs that nearly locked the counl. After Taylor set clown Korbrin or. strikes in Meriden's half of ir.itjal frame the £>avimcn opened up on Lawrence. Edwards- '.eel ofi" with a single and stole second. Smith struck-out but Kont worked a free ticket, out of Lawrence. Sinson, former National Leaguer, dou-* bled over Pagami's head to score Edwards. Green dumped a Texas Leaguer into loft and Kent and. Slason, .both fast men, scored to put the Brasscos in front, 3-0. With two dowr. in 1 tho third, Meriden scored their firs I marker on Zaj-zai-o's double and Whitey Piurek singled down the loft field :ouj" lino. Taylor was the master and struck out Gus Dugas, Mcri- den's slugger. In Watcrbury's half of the third Slason hit a mighty homer, the longest drive of the year in tho Sl.'uiium Lo put the Davi managed team in -front, •''1-1. Local fans became uneasy in Moridcn's half of tho fifth after Rose tripled and Lawrence u-ulkull to slart the frame. Zax.xaro and Piurek, loading batters,- 1'or the visitors singled in oi'der to bring- loino Rose and Lawrence."malting it -I-;',. Taylor was again the master and struck out Dugas for the second time. Korbrin, niiol.h(jr dan- .gerous Mcriden .batter, rolled out to Edwards and the uprising was over and the -local ,fans sot back with relief. With both loams battling nip- and-tilck 'the 'locals let loose a barrage in their half of tho seventh. Green, tho first bailor with thr&c for three, got his fourlh hit of .the day, a long triple to 'left center against tho Stadium wall. Nelson 1'ollowed- with, a -long poke in, the same place, 'Thomas singled, Mcsslnger singled, Taylo.r .popped , oul to' 'Korbrin on-an'-attempted sacrifice. Edwards camo, thcough with a long single, that drove' in tho .final 'run as Lawrence C',it- down Ihe throw home and threw wild into second, permitting Mes- Sore-Armed Fielder Came Through In Clinches For Nats VosU'rilav's Kesnlt.s .Boston 3, Now York 2 Cist). Nuw Yorlt •!, Boston 3 (2(1). . Bell-oil , r <. Cleveland 0 (1st). Cleveland 7, Detroit •! <2cl). St. Louis G, Chicago 2 (1st). Chicago '•',. St. Louis 2 (2nd). Washington 2, Philadelphia 1 fist). ' : W.-isliinfrlon S, Philadelphia 2 C2tl). ' The St. New York DelrciL .'.'....:'. St. Louis Boston Cleveland Chicago ""'" i Philadelphia No games tod.iy. W. L, Pet. 76 Gl .firir) 75 Gi .r,ci 73 04 .MS C5 72 ,)'-\ C3 7-1 G-l 75 SS SO .•ICO ,-;00 .•120 NATIONAL l.KAOUE Vosterdiiy's J{esnlt< Brooklyn o, Philadalphia -1 (1st). Philadelphia 3, Brooklyn 2 (2"d). Pittsburgh 7, Cincinnnli 0 (1st). Cincinnati 2. Pitlsburjrh 0 (2d). Chicago 9, St. Louis 0 (1st). SI. Louis •!. Chicago 2 <2d). New York 10. Boston 4. By IJKRXA11D UKEXXKR United I'ri.-ss SjiorLs Staff Cl.irk Griffith's Washington Senators held last place when he took over bnck in ]'J]1—and they're in Ihat familiar spot now. But in the 33 years since Griff took over ihe Washington club, plenty of things have happened to Ihi; learn from the National cap ilul. They haven't always trailed the pack. When Griffith moved into Wash ington in 1911 the team every body's doormat. Beating the Sen ators was accomplished as easil> and as often as sending down to the corner for a bucket of .beer. Things had arrived at the stag* where a writer cracked: "Washington is first in war, first in peace, and last in the American league." The club had a roster that looked a list o£ Civil war veterans. The Standing W. L. Pet. St. J^ouis.. . Pittsburgh . Cincinnati Chicago New York' . Boston Brooklyn . . Philadelphia . . . flfl 37 . . . 77 !>•! ... GO G9 .. . 03. 72 ... 55 79 . . , fi5 SO ... 52 79 .720 .JiSS .55S .•Iti5 .4ns .•1.10 .•10' ..•59' Today's GIIIIIOS, 7Mlchcrs Pittsburgh St. Louis (2-twi- lig-ht-nifjhu —Oslcrmuoller (12-.V) and Roc (.11-10) vs. Schmidt (5-2) and Byerly '(1-0),. Cincinnati at Chicago — Do La Crux (fi-[1) VK. \Vyse (12-13). sinfrur to score. Smith grounded out DuR-'as to Lawrence lo end the scoring-, Next week 1 tho •Bi'.isscos tackle .tho strong Mitchell Field Bombers from New York, one- of the best service tcnms in tho East. Recently the Bombers beat ll-.e Philadelphia Athletics, 0-3. Their record to date is. 3-1 wins out of 3G games. Several former major • and "minor league stars arc with the Flyers.' Score by innings': Mericlen ... .'001020000—3 71 Brasscos .... 3.00. O.O.O'S.O x—7 1G.O And they had a treasury 'as dry as the heart of a sandstorm. Griffith started pulling the team together. He picked up players whenever he could find them— the club found now life. They started going places in Uic league. And the big reason was a strong-hearted right-hander named Walter Johnson. Through season after season, Johnson kep". winning 20 and 30 games a year. But he couldn't pitch every day—and. the Senators never won a pennant. When the 192-1 season started Griffith thought his chance had i-jiiie. He'd put together a team thai he thought was a sound one —though the baseball writers' and expurts didn't rate it any better than sixth in the league. Griff had made 27-year-old Eucky Karris his manager. Nobody gave the Senators a chance. But when tho season ended they had changed sides—they called the Senators a wonder team—and they called Bucky Harris a miracle man. Xenr the end of the season Griffith reached out to the Pacific league to get himself a cen- tcr-llclder. The teanvnecded'a shot in the arm and Griff came up with Earl McN'oely of the Sacramento c.iib. McNeely cost Griff 350,000 he didn't want 'to spqnd—and when ho showed" up with a sore arm Griff, ho.u-led so loud they heurd him in Sacramento.' Baseball Commissioner Landis looked into' the deal',' but while he was it, McNoely won an important -game -with- -.1- pinch-hit double. That made him a Senator hero, njid w.hcn ihe world series came up McNeely was in the lineup. Walter Johnson had pitched his heart out-'for IT years to get into as Newhou.s- i to 0, in 1.he opener, while Cleveland grabbed second game, 7-1. Dixzy Trout was the loser in a du«l with Steve Gromok. At Boston tho Red Sox rocked the Yankeen. 3 to 2, in the opener behind tight pitching from Clem Drt-'is«'\vord. But Mol Queen pilched tho Yankees to a -1 to 3 decision in the second half of the bill. l--m- melt O'Neill Wok the loss for Boston. The St. Louis Brownies also lost a chance to gain ground on both rivals when they dropped the second game of their doubloheadcr with the Chicago White Sox. C to 2. The Browns drove hard behind the pitching of Nelson Potter to win the opener, 0 to 2. In'-tht- National league the Giants ended their season's series ' wi;h Boston in a triumph, 30 i-j •;. Nine men went to bat in tho second inning for the Gianls, and the New Yorkers quickly overcame a inrce-run lead piled up by the Braves. The Philadelphia Phillies and the Brooklyn Dodgers kept the tempo of the day by-splitting their <:ou- olc bill. Philadelphia bowed to Brooklyn S to 4 in the opener, but copped the second game, 3 to 2. in Cincinnati the Reds and the Pittsburgh Pirates traded wins as ihe BUC.S took the opener, 7 to 5, and the Reds nabbed the second game, 2 to 0. In St. Louis tho Chicago Cubs won a 9 lo 0 shutout over the Cardinals, only to be defeated 4- to 2 in the second game of their doubleheader. Paul Erickson and Mort Cooper we;-e the pitchers of the twin-bill. Roeraer And Robinson Play Off For Flight Championship Tho NWiuck New* open Mr championship went lo Henry OM. Jowskl ;ta ho defeated Gus KJlm *cw«ki. .1 up at the Hop Ert£ Country club course yesterday CicHlewski climaxed a grr.fn , a son for himself a« he had u> t, by-.Chcl Wojack, last y( , ar ., ^ ner, in the second round, togcti at .. the finals. He defeated him 2 m and one to. go, XHmaflzewaid i}. other finalist, advanced to tht ]£ stages of the tonrnamcnt, ing Phil Thompson and Furs. The winner shot a 3G for the fir- nine ye.sierd.iy and came back wfit 29 on ihe second. His oppo^. who slipped a bit in the firsi roua£ came back with a 37 coming In. Second flight honors will b^ ttt- lied some time this week, as Effl Roemer and Phil Robinson in the finals. Klimaszewski was the qualifying round wiih a. Cioslcwski has previously won : U. S. Rubber Co. individual if has been .1 team member of l winning two-man team of tho U.S. Rubber Co. tourney, and a me& jcr of the Rubco team winning its Waterbary industrial tournament. STEP LIVELY" IS SHOWING NOW AT THE LOEW THEATER winning- s old—ho hac slipped over the l, Ke lost his first two games. But the rest of the team scrapped back. The score ran to three jrames apiece. That.seventh and deciding game produced more strategy and counter-strategy than a war. Washington started a right handed pitcher —and the Giants threw hi a left- landed hitting lineup. Then the Senator pitcher came out and Harput in a lefty. The Giants qu;ck- took the left-handed Bill Terry off first base and sent in right- landed George Kelly, And then Harris switched pitchers again his time he sent in righty Fred barberry. The rest of the game followed .hat incredible pattern. Old Walor Johnson had to cor.-ie in to stop ho Giants in the ninth—and they vont into overtime tied at three- Jack Bently was facing the Senators when they took their turn at bat in tho 12th. Then Johnson was up. He reached first on an. infield error—P.oel held second. And then the $50.000 soro armed ouflcldcr Earl .McNeely—came up. Bently came in and McNeely did just what the Giant pitcher wanted — McNeely cracked a.double- play roHer down to Fred Lind- stroni. It looked simple—Lindstrom stooped over. And then tho ball hit a pebble—it took a crazy hop over ^mdstrorn;s shoulder — and Koel came m with the winning run Me Ncely had paid for his cost—p'aid manyumcs over. Well girls start swooning, Sinatn is at the lx>ew Poli. One of tit gayest and funniest offerings a come out of Hollywood in a loag time is "Step Lively," a sparkling tu.iefllm with an impressive amy of stars which opened yesterdays; the Loow Poli theater. Frar.i Sinatra, George Murphy, Ado)pl» Mcnjou, Gloria Do Kaven, and Engene Pallettc comprise the s:c]X* Sextette who land their vocal con- edy talents to this delightful pica of screen entertainment they do a splendid job of it. A Manhatua hotel is one of the settings for lh« story which deals in a dizzy fashion with the troubles of a fast- talking show producer endeavoring to stage a musical comedy In the face of hilarious handicaps.- For one thing, he's broke though he has hopes of enticing a reluctant backer into financing him. Fcr another he owes the hotel where he't staying some fifteen hundred simoleons and the hotel's auditor is planning ways and means of cjcci- ing him. Murphy is at his versatile belt as the roducer and Sinatra discloses genuine acting talent of a •high order as the play writer whose hidden abilities as a singer prove ' the deciding factor in the production plans. The other stars aided by a fine supporting cast likewise stand out with memorable p*-~ formanccs. The co-hit on this big hit -program is "Waterfront" with J. Carrol Naish and John Carradine. ROBBED OF SI Melvose, Mass., Sept. 11—(UP)— A 30-year-old Mel rose man doesn't fe|el too bad about being hold up. Edmund O'Rourke told police that a pair of armetl men who accosted him in his autombile and took only, from him. ^ Between tho years I7?0 and 15W the proportion of tho population living in cities of 2,500 or more increased from 0.1 per cent to 5 per cent. NIGHT SCHOOL CLASSICS START .SEPT. 18 Office Open Evenings F° r Hocistration •' v - v T ° 1 COLLEGE FRANK SINATRA .-r GEORGE M.UKEHY ADOLPHE MENJOU — GLORIA DE HAVEN WALTER, SLEZZK — EUGENE PALLETTE ALCAZAR Chrysler and Plymouth G. M. C. Trucks J.CRAYTKWICH, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing IOC SOUTH MAIN" ST. Telephone 4090 I-IONKL 'HAKRYMORE and VAN" JOHNSON In "MEN IN WHITE'' — STOOGK COMEDY — . W:i':i.I.S KARGO W1SSTEBN Ciirtq<in and Novelty Koel TUBS..- WED. - THURS. "Bathing Beauty" with ItEfl SK1SLXON, -KSTItER WILLrAMS, MARRY ,J..\AtES And A Great Cast SKHCER WACY SINATRA SINGS: SIGNE HASSO HUME CRONYN JESSICA TANDY AONES MOOREHEAD HERBERT RUOlEr FEUX BRESSART 1.0VC 2n<l HIT WATER FRONT J. Carroll Xalsh — John Carradlnn Iioews POLI IX PERSON MOX. KITE -"n r . Sr J _ OX STAGE - ., FRANK SINATRA CONTEST Valuable PtUei. — Enter Now

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