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Maple Street Tel. 3807 Seating Capacity 2,500 For Mulligan Bouts Tomorrow Wntcrbury, Fob, G—Jerry Fioi- cllo, tho two-flstocl Brooklyn, N. Y., bntllcr, nnd Red Doty, busy Hartford ringmnn, will square off here Friday night at tho State Armory in n IQ-rouncIpr on Goorgo Mulll- ili's Wnterbuiy AC card. Tho Dnty-Fiorollo encoun ; tor hoacla an nil-action, popular priced fis- tic offering to bo presented at the big drill shed and Mulligan hns arranged for 2.DOO .seating capacity for Krldny'B program. In an eight-round somi-flnal bout. Billy Brov.'n, of Manchester, will bo paired with Charley Howard, of Pittsburgh, in what should vie with tho feature bout -for action. Both Brown and Howard arc punchers and the shindig may result in n knockout 'finish. Kid C;xppy of Torrlngton, and Tommy Bird. oC Now Hnvcn, are mulched in a semi-pro five round contest Friday. Cappy has been a top performer at Torrlngton and will be making his debut here Friday night. Billy Nuppicr, of Boston, fresh from n. kayo over Herblo Freeman of Maine, will'take on Bill Kearns, of WcthoiwflcUl, In a sixer Friday night. One more bout will be add cd' to tho card. Tickets arc now on sale at Mul llgan's Restaurant. Waterbury, and the first bout will start at 8:30 sharp Friday evening. SCHOLASTIC IlKSULTS Ansonia 51, Crosby 43. Naugatuck 03, Wilby 29. Gunnery •!•!, Hotchkiss 41. s Tart 54, Hopkjns 33. Kent 38, New Milford 37. Regional 32. Gilbert 29. Thomnston 44. Wolcott Tech.24. Hlllhouse 40, Hartford Public 19 SALEM Today Fri. — Sat. Ansonia Wins Reserves Finish Contest As Foleymen Pile Up Big: Score At Armory Coach Ray Foloy's Greyhounds won their fifth'.win In- seven:'Naugatuck Valley iioa-guo" starts when they handed Wilby a '63-29 defeat at the Wa'lovbury- Armory laat night. The locals- 'played without the services of big Chct Uscakie- wlcz, mainstay center, who 'is hosi pitali/.cci. The borough' .quintet chalked up A bill authorizing the 1 , appropria , „ tion of .$272,000 for the .building of The borough •;, .quintet chalked up , l io ".° l » „ y . ,„,. NaU g a tuck hae a 9 to 1 Ica'd in the first four min- » »t*te aimory in 1N '" 1 *> B . utcs cf the game- and wore. never been- Introduced /In., the state as 1 ol sembly. ..Quite possibly 1 many fh'ose'' 1 . who have recognized 'the ' ' - . threatened by Wilby during the re- maindcr of tho contest, ' ose'. Sparked by Joe and Vln Healy, noe a O 'f a -sport's arena' locally may Naugatuck led 26-14 at intermix ,,. 0 g a rd '-this move as tho,. first step slon time, despite a lato rally by 1 toward- -satisfying ... thut . need. I the- Wildcats:" . Bob StaulYcr. who had been hold Bob StaufTcr, who naa oeen nciu wtB -^™'-""~".£ 0 ..M..con- down the opening half, began to would not be undo. boiou B h con click in the third period and til. Greyhounds garnered a 43-18 ad vantage by the three-quarter mark Tho second half saw Wilby scorn > loss until five minutes ihad : gonebj : in tho flnal period when Bob Pag : in tno nnai period wnen nuu .i-uyu . m m.tary use. li» wnicu uvem,-*•««" jearncd two'pointi with a shot from ga tuck would be right back whore 'the side and Tommy Sullivrin ' lt B tarted as regards a 1 place• for Sule on Women's Bowling Shoes Small Mixes, $3.30 NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "BUSS" WEAVING, Prop. Wlnnlow Court Tol. 3804 032 WORTH MAIN ST. Union City • Tel. »«88 tossed another one In the basket a few seconds Inter. But Naugatuck with Stauffer showing- the way was meanwhile piling up its score The Naugatuck varsity was tak- concerns thn two licadllnprs in the ing out midway in the final quartet IHK UUL 11IIU Wt*> 111 HIV l.»itn %iww v"» IMtfcIA>ll ul. A^.«I»II--J ~~- —. and Coach Foley lot the reserves 'nt lust Friday. Wo are- -passing ^ij finish the job. IS Apiece Vin Healy and Bob Stauffer were high !--corers with 13 points apiece Outstanding floor performance!! were turned ilj by Joe Bob Jorict and Joe Healy. Stauffer, as a result of his 13 points, has a one- point lead on Drake in the battle for the ' Valley League scoring crown. The victory ' Wfttf Naugatuck's I2th in 15 starts. The borough quintet Is still in the running for the league championship. The opening game of the twin bill at the Armory saw Amsonia win a 01-43 victory over Crosby, n"hc- Watfcrbury team gave Ansonia plenty of competition • for three quarters of the game but innrred rts performance by falling apart in the final stanza. The Naugatuck score: Naugatuck b f p Stauffer, If 6 1 13 Curtin. If Lcary, If Long, rf 305 000 102 0 4 Aquavia, rf ' 2 'Ashmoro, rf '• • 0 0 Jones, c 2 1 Schuster, c 0 0 0 Thurston, c 0 3 3 V. Healy, Ig 5 3 13 Labriola, Ig 2, 0 4 Roland", Ig ....' 0 0 0 J. Hoaly, rg 4 3 11 Spadola, rg 0 2 2 Bocttgcr, rg 0 0 0 Totals 25 13 63 Wilby b f p Sullivan. ' rg 2 0 4 Richardson, rg 0 0 0 Eclangor, Ig Lawlor, Ig 022 226 Bccciu, c 2 3 T Hopkins, rf 0 1 1 Page, rf , 3. 2 8 O'Hcarn, rf 0 0 0' Carrington. If 0 1 Berardo, If 0 Marinara. 1C 0 0 .0 0 0 Totals "..... 9 11 29 Score at half time: Naugatuck 26. Wilby 14. Referee; Horowitz. Umpire: Shanbrin. Valley IjCUKUe Standing W. L. Pet, Loiivcnworth 7 1 .875 Nuugatuck ."' 5 2 .714 Ansonia 6 3 .667 rorringlon 4 4 Wilby .-. 2 7 Crosby ° 7 .500 .222 .000 NATIVB SONS COMPUTE San Antonio, Feb. 6—(UP)—Two native Texans will bo 'co-favorites ,vhcn the $10,000'San "Antonio Gulf .ournanricnt opens tomorrow. They are Bantam Ben Hogar. of Fort Worth ' and smiling' Jimmy mucct or Houston, Hogan is tha defending, champ and- winner of ,hc recent Phoenix Open. DemaroO :;ipturcd last Jweek's $10,,.Open at Tucson. LIQUOR CITY PACKAGE I RUM ..: ...• :.... .$1.99 PAUL JONES WHISKEY P, M. WHISKEY .,...' IMPERIAL WHISKEY ..... MOUNT VERNON WHISKEY SUNNYBROOK WHISKEY ... $3:39 $3.45 -S3.39 $3.50 : . $3165 SWEET WINES ...* SAUTERNE WINE, WILSON'S WHISKEY: .$3.45 CITY PACKAGI 96 BRIDGE ST. (Tel. 4892), THFK, rnOMI"i T>KMVEliY CITY toward- -satisfying ... thut . so, perhaps we should point out fc factor. A .Urfe mow. hc« . Its use as a -spdrta' arena .woulcj bo- subject to outside approval, and ait any'''moment. ;bbrough ' sp'prts users might be Informed that- the armory was not' available for nonmilitary use. In which event,-Nau- • _ ... „] l_ 4. U. n n1r imlKv-ll*n sporting events. •" Challcnuc The following letter was received at the sports desk yostorday. It March 'of Dimes basketball beno- along, on the possible chance thd the'management -of cither or both clubs might be interested. .. Dear Sports Editor: Feb. 4,. 1917 The'Servi All Stars, 'Inst 'year'.s Litchileld County TourneySvinners would like to challenge the Purple KKnights of Naugatuck .or'thp U S. Rubber, . ..- ; We have lost one game this snn- ?on, and that was to the Spood- ryoy^, on whom-we expect to got re-- vcnge; the next time 'out. bur .starting lineup shows Ed Slrko and Sonny Tcdosco at forwards, Sam Ponzi-at center and Edge Krulicki and Jinx Oncglla at guards. • Ouv record is one defeat in 1-1 wins; our last two victories were over St. Casim'ors and the Soy mour Top Hatters. Dewcy Servi. Manager, Servi All Stars, 292 Church street, Torrlngton; Conn. Tel 7870. P. S. Wo beat the New Milford A.C. who -boat the Knights. Ed note: The Knights boat the New Milford AC in a return game at the Y, alter the New Milford team had won the flrst meeting. Contest Tonight The, St. Francis Rams are about a 60 point underdog in 'thoir contest with Chuck's Service .five tonight, but ; the never-say-die Rams think it'B about time for" thorn' to come up with a win. Maybe tonight's, the night. The Merry Morticians, who. think they have the best team for their aggregate ages (and' sizes); are out shooting for another win tonight when they cross baskets with a much - improved Shoo Hardware Kwik team of Waterbury. The University of Minnesota re- iccted 13i700 out-of-state appii-' cants this term to- accommoda:c state students. YMCA j^use league eason '•'•"The ; YMCA Senior House, newly-organized basketball league will get underway tomorrow. Th< loop was- originally scheduled to start last Friday, but gavo yP its placing' "time to the • March' of Dimes, benefit. * SI*'.teams . will compete In thi loop •-which will'show triple-head era,'each- Friday night, Tomor row, the Dog House will play th< .Hot House; the Light House wil 'play .the Ico House, and the Gas House-will play the Green House. ': Team rosters are still incomplete new members may be added righ i^p to Friday. ' . . • The loams thus far arc: The Dog Hoouse—Jook Fruin captain; Julius Swlrski, Donald Sutpr, Tod Mclyan, Charles Forish John Hethcrlngton, Fred Cignotti. 'The 'Hot House—Edward Schrull captain; Edward Duffy, John For fun, .John - Halgli, Felix SJebrakaB Bill, Iri'ano, Ray Kuczynski, John •Bjirkc. 'The log' House—Aupie Fidalgo captain; Eddie Mariano, Bil' •The Green House.— Edward Sweeney, Gone Massa, Ray Dce- "gan, Arnold Wurm, Bcrnie LaVas- suor. , ..The\Gas House—Carl Miole, cap- itaiihi' Jiirncs' Loman, Joe Madden Keh'-' lV Tu's'lioy n'ouis Forchelli Prank Ncary, Di'ck ' Loman, Josh Hayes!".. . . i : The.... Croon Hooueo — Edward O'Connor, captain; Jack Darby Teddy Carxasty, Frank Sterniak John •' Kbtuby Joe Cirello, Louis Fa'zzino. . i.Tho. Light House—Don Hopkins, captain;.,, Jack Ashmore, Ziggy Srymans'ki, Andy McDermott, Wil- Ijam- MoNn.mnra, Elmer Carroll, e"^ Scully. : '. Industrial Pool Tournament Starts At Y Tonight An industrial pool tournament will start at the Y this evening, Wilfred LaPoint, chairman, lias announced. The tournament is a round robin affai* in which 10 players are entered. Prizes will be awarded to the winner and runner-up. The players will compete In 100-point matches. Those who have entered are John Lacey, Norman Sundholm, Richard Keller, James Casey, Ross L. Cork. Bill Swick. Bcrnie Dyson, John Mancuso. John Galosh! and William ; Scrantbn. STRnno 2nd B1C WBEK James CAGNIY '13 RUE ANNABELLA IMM Com • TraA UHMO» — — 2nd BIT— 'GENIUS AT WORK' IMMM . lAm MUBJITl GEORGE 'PANIEtBOME' NOW PLAYING DCION HONElTBARRYMORE R&BERT STERLING MARSHALL THOMPSON "SPOOK BUSTERS" ],KO GOBCKY HONTZ' : s Gene Czaplicki The • Naugaltuck Purple;:;Knights held a lengthy-drill;'-last jvlg-ht- at the Hop -Brook .BchbolVgym undar the leadership of Coach : Clitt Swlt- skl In preparation Afor'Sunday'B all Important .clash --.with the- .famed New York B r.o o\k 1 y n". Colored Giants. Thl» 'Cont«»t'-w.lHv DC 'played at the local "Y" site''With: RUas Weaving slated' to 'toot :Uio whistle. : ' .'. . " .- • V 'v ' '' Following the practleo X es8lon •.last night. C o-a c h 'Swlrskl, announced that Gene Czaplicki, <one -Of the locals' ; beet .point . gctttfi's, will not see sorvjce-. wi t h ths Knights In the future ,88- he 'has decided to turn- In bis suit for the remainder of -t^o season; His action results rrorn-, the ; fact ; th»t Gene .plans.to spend the next .few weeks preparing for . tho- coming: boEcbalJ season. Czaplicki is expected to report, to .the .Cardinals training site at Daytbna Beach, Fla.', la-te "t'hls month: ' , ' However a starting 1 combination of Furs and'Garlinski at. the-'forward' posts, CheC'Wbjack, center, Zlg' Korowotny and Hank Swirqki in the. rear" court proved highly succesful- in the practice session and- it is expected these performers will- take up s-tarting posts against the,colored lads Sunday. •To round out a well balanced program for the Sabbath', Manager.. Walt 2'loskl ha* .booked the popular "Y" Buebjrds. to oppose "Spec" Spadola's Central Avenue array in a 2 p... m.. prelim that should' prove well worth the price of admission. These two junior quintets have met twice previously with each' team copping a verdict. The rubber' match between these youngsters' 18 expected- to pro- vido some fast moving basketball as pcrform'ers : of both squads can pass ajid shoot like "old-timers." Tickets for the contest are not reserved but will be'sold .first come first served. Ducats can be obtained from club members of the RUrpTo Knights A. C'. or; from Chap? py Gas Station, Bridge street. ., U. S. Keds, Eastern Red* Top Chemical 60 To 30; Eastern Malleable 38, Vets 25 • ' • • • i The U. S. Keds rompe«I- off With a 60-30 victory over the Chemical Co. and Eastern Malleable tapped the Vets, 38 to 25, last night- in a twin bill YMCA Dusty League offering at the Y court. Pink was big gun ' for the Eastern Malleable, scoring > nine field goals, while Onialdowski registered 14 points for tlie Vets. Furs, Gibson, Farrar. and Yack- owekl were heavy artillery men of the Kcds while Galcski and McDermott were leaders in the Chemical effort. The scores: Eoitern Malleable Iron b f p Finkc, If 9 0 18 Mallane O 0 0 Dilper, rt 1 0 2 R. Loman 3 1 7 Hopkins, c 3 0 6 SwidcrskI, Ig • 1 0 2 Grubenmann 0 0 0 F. Wojack. rg 1 1 3 Totals 18 2 38 H. S. Vets b f p W. McDermott, If 0 0 0 Santore 0 0 0 Tangredi, rf 1 1 3 Kozin 0 0 0 Frjiin .pltMon, rg • ............ Totals Cttcmlcml 3 0 « -.« Ill Knar.dow«ki, c 6 2 14 Bogis, IK 1 4 6 P. Aordkian 0 0. O Aquavia,. rg 1 0 2 Brody 0 0 0 Totals 9 7 25 Score at half time: 'E. M. I., 1610. Referee: Russ Weaving. Time: Four 10-minute periods. U. S. Kcd b f p Furs, If 5 3 13 Ripley 1 0 2 T. Edmonds, rt "0 0 0 Woj;ick 1 1 3 Farrar, c ......: .-•;•; ..;-..> 15- 2 12 YackowsUi, Iff *> * H GnlcHkl, If ....:... 5 Churchill :., i R. McDermoU, rf 3 Lonfr i Sfclpp; c o Dlgrls o Urashka, Ig o Chappy o P. Edmonds, rg i Booth i '' P 2 » 1 3 2 R 0 J 2 z 1 1 0 0 1 1 1.8 0 2 Totals . 1 :.;............. 10 16 Jo .Score at hair'little:' '21-12,"U. % S, Keds. Referee; Rusi Weaving. Time:- Four lO-mlriutc perlodi. M35KT8 B. C. .'. .-, The Trinity^ swimming- team journeys to Boston thf* Saturday- to meet Boston University, while the squash team 'will play Harvard/ here thig Friday «.t the Memorial.court* VIVIAN JUNE ?n;.rE3inL,jrjrTH 0 MICHAEL SHEA SAN DONAHUE ' — Coming- Next Wednesday — WSIlace Beery irv''Miffhty McGurk' &; ? Two Smart People' ALL WOOL DOUBLE-DUTY TWEED SUITS perfect for town AND country wear s25.00 expertly tailored for smart style from an outstanding variety of new patterns! 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