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THE KINGSTON DAILY FREEMAN, KINGSTON, N. Y„ THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 1956 FORTY-ONE Dodgers T rade Robby to Giants w New York, Dec. 13 UP»—The New York Giants announced to- dav they obtained Jackie Robinson from the Brookhn Dodgers in exchange for pitcher Dick Littlefield and an undisclosed amount of cash. Horace Stoneham, president of the Giants, and Dodger head Walter O’Malley, closed the deal at major league meetings in Chicago earlier this week, but with- CASABLANCA 602 RKOAinUI Visit Our Fabulous "Hi-De-Way Room" Open From 9 P.M. to Closing A Russian Order Milwaukee f.P»—The operator of Milwaukee household retail chain t held the information until the players could be advised. Started in 194* Although the amount of cash . involved was not given, there aas received a $300 order from! were reports it was around S30,- Moscow, Russia. Charles Lubot-| , OW* j sky said the order, for 10 sets j Robinson began his major 0f unbreakable plastic dishes, league career w ith Brooklyn at was signed by M/Sgt. W. B. An- I the start of the 1947 season, ders0n for the American House,, joining the club from its Mon- connected with the American' tieal farm of the International Embassy .in Moscow. Anderson League. He has played iirst base u*rotc Lubotsky that he saw his second base, and in recent years at third and the outfield. Littlefield was obtained in the Ah'in Dark deal with the St. Louis Cardinals last summer. Will Plav First «tores’ advertisement in a newspaper. »- --------A Long: Shot Fairbanks, Alaska CP>—A pho- J tt i . 7 7 ” 7 .-,u .uJ tographic team from the North, He had a 4-4 record wi German radio and television sta -1 (mints tms year. ^.Qn at Hamburg was the first to . Bill Rigney, Giants manager, take a sound film on one of the! said Robinson would play first ^ir Force weather squadron’s base for the giants. flights over the North Pole. They * The regular Giants first base- were gathering material for a man. Bill Whiite, Is now in the series of programs on western I army. defense. HILLY GOLDMAN'S THIEVES MARKET” AUCTIONS EVERY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY NIGHTS 1250.000.00 WORTH OF MERCHANDISE FOR SALE AT 7 P. M. PORT EWEN, N. Y., 3 mi. So. of Kingston on 9W Phone Kgn. 5042 FOLLIES HOPEFULS — A dozon-plus girls line up for a pattern picture at auditions for the future Ziegfcld Follies show. At a Broadway studio in New York are, from left: Jaci Johnson, of Las Vegas, Nev.; Barbara Hill, of Pittsburgh; Judy Bass, of West Orange, N. J.; Pat Gardner, of New York City; Leslie Kroll, of Seaford, N. Y.; Geraldine Frank, of New York OUT OF DOORS with Open 7 Days Each Week from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Syracuse Upsets Niagara, 82-79 ‘V/ Largest Selection of DIAMONDS i#IN HUDSON VAUEY BETWEEN 50 ami 75% OFF LIST PRICE Bonded Diamond Guarantee With Each Diamond 5«% OFF LIST PRICE ON NAME BRAND WRIST W ATCHES GIGANTIC Selection of TOYS "SERVE YOURSELF" Super Market Style HUGE DISCOUNTS By The Associated Press Syracuse University's 82-79 upset of highly regarded Niagara headed a nine-game slate in up- tion for the antique was certain- slaie New York basketball last would be higher. But in all this sound and fury little has been said about another group of deerslaycrs. those who take their venison with a rifle that is obsolete. With Muzzle Loaders SELLING OUT AT AUCTION All Xmas Items Regardless of Cost Only Brand New Merchandise Sold—Our Policy: All Merchandise Fully Guaranteed HI STEELE'S OPEN EVERY DAY TILL CHRISTMAS By W ARREN PAGE » The gang I was running with Shootirig Editor in Maine this past fall weren't There’s been great hullabaloo Qu‘t0 so extreme, but this afTec- •bout bow hunting in the past jy 1>art 0f their philosophy' The night. few years, with more skilled 43-90 cartridge had been off the Sixteenth-ranked Niagara fell press agentry and build-up given loading lists for years, and the before a one-man onslaught by the slaying of deer with arrows Colt-made s lide-action Express a , ... . , ... , * than is needed to launch a film rifle, caliber .38-55, hasn’t been Cohen, who tallied J2 star. • made since Gramps was a boy, points in the second half. The The l)ow hunters have a lot of t)lJt such combinations were the game was the first game of a fun, no doubt about it, and if Pick of this group. doubleheader in the Syracuse more rifle hunters stalked with Gatling Gadget War Memorial Auditorium, equal patience and skill the na- Ono .43-70 collector from wav ,n other games. Colgate de- tionaI batting average on bucks bit(.k hild r,.vamprd ono of tbcsJ fcated Alfred 80-G7; Oswego early Colt rifles, fitting it with a topped Plattsburgh 82-66; un spare barrel from a Gatling gun, b°aten Union College defeated of all things, to handle his pet Hamilton 73-66 and undefeated cartridge. With it he was set to Hartwick won over Siena 64-54. blow down all the shrubbery be- Union Unbeaten tween him and a buck. Potsdam tripped Canton 88-73; Might well have done so, too, Brockport defeated Fredonia 86- Abandoning only the coonskin since for the short-range brushy 52; Norwich (Vt.) defeated cap lor a red pate-cover in the style of hunting we ran into, Clarkson 83-75 and, in the sec- int»¿rests of personal safety, a 400-odd grains of lead wambling ond game of the Syracuse considerable group ot throw- along at low speed had ample doubleheader. Cortland edged backs to D. Boone and D. Crock- punch to down a deer and un- j Lemoyne 87-82 in an overtime, ott sally forth with black powder doubtedly would slide through a Union and Hartwick main- muzzle loaders. They tote every- maze of maple with less deflec- tained perfect records for the thing from beautifully - made tion than a speedier pill. season. Each won its fifth last Kentucky-stvie squirrel rifles to hc didn>t tob a buck wj(h night. his black powder cannon, and I Syracuse, in winning its first did with a hot-shot small-cali- 8anic> 46-43 at the end of bcr wildcat, was neither the ! tho half- fel1 behind early in the fault of the man nor of his weap- jbird quarter and grabbed the on—th * buck just came my way. C°r keeps with 1:52 remain, But for all the satisfaction I got in^; . A ^ Irtiit r>f turrmntT mrvot dom „ iu „ Cohen totaled 30 points to cop agging nuat .lain with a scoring honors. Alex (Bool Ellis j wild-eat cartridge of my own do- sank !4 of 15 free throw tries vising. I think he might well and added three buckets for a j have gained more from one un- ^ point total to lead Niagara. Colgate's Rod Raiders overcame an early Alfred lead to win at Hamilton. Jack Nichols aided the raider cause with 23 points, nine of them at the start of the second half. fat-calil)er Civil War muskets. They have a fine time, too, deer or not. because there’s a definite personal satisfaction in setting oil 70 or 80 grans of FFFG black to blow a lead marble at a deer. hingt that. by fiis punkin balls, TRY OUR 10 A. M. to 10 P. M ii FOR THE BES T ’’values I ! FRIDAY SPECIALS BROILED LIVE LOBSTER Uoinhifintion Seafood Jake 7s Grill AND RESTAURANT 177 GREEN HI IX AVENUE PHONE 4364 OIL BUHNEBS HEATING WARM AIR - SrEAM HOT WATER (Quarry vi lie Ties for Lead Vt ITH THE “BEST ” GUARANTEES SHOP THL BOB STEELE n WAY A three game sweep against Cedar Grove earned Quarryville a tie for fii'st place with GJasco A s in Saugertics Dart ball League games this week. Ruby’s 2 to 1 win over Katsbaan and Service Center Bs three game sweep of Centerville placed them in a three way tie for second place with idle West Camp. Other scores were: Glasco A’s 2, Service Center A’s 2; Trinity 3 Centerville Fire Company 0: Cementon 1, Glasco AC 2 and Mf. Marion 3, Veteran 0. Standings W L Glasco A ........................25 14 Quarryville ...................25 14 West Camp.....................23 16 Ruby .................................23 16 Service Cent. B 23 16 Mt Marion ...................20 19 Trinity ............................20 19, Service Cent. A 19 20 ; Glasco AC.......................19 20 Centerville ...................20 22 Veteran ..........................17 22 Cementon ......................17 22 Cent. Fire Co...................15 24 Katsbaan ......................15 24 Cedar Grove .................13 26 «il -fjk ALL SALES ARE "NOT" FINAL HERE You must be pleased or money cheerfully refunded!!! Bob Steele’s located on 9-W-- 14 ACRES OF PARKING 1 MILE NORTH OF KINGSTON ON KINGSTON-SAUGERTIES RD. PHONES 7560 - 4397 - 9283 AUCTION TONIGHT 7 P. M. PHONE OR STOP IN DOWN PAYMENT TAKE 3 YEARS TO PAY McCAADLFS 232 WALL ST. PHONE 1500 ‘FIGHTER OF THE YEAR*— Heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson has been named by the Boxing Writers’ Assn., to receive the Edward J. Neil Memorial Plaque as “fighter of the year” for 1956. (AP Wirephoto) Big Town Jitters Ruin Jorgensen New York, Dec. 13 CPt- Maybe it was the big town jitters. Or perhaps it.was the TV tremors. Whatever it was, Paul Jorgensen of Port Arthur, Tex. had it bad in his first New’ York fight. The 21-year-old featherweight who hadn’t been beaten in 16 previous starts, was apologetic ] for his poor performance in losing a unanimous 10-round decision to Carmclo Costa last , night at Madison Square Garden. “I don’t want to make any excuses,’’ he said in his dressing room. “But something was wrong with me. I didn’t even get going, i “Maybe fighting in the Garden j for the first time bothered me. I It always has meant something ! big to me, like Carnegie Hall. Maybe it was seeing New’ York and being on TV. I don’t know. I just didn’t fight my fight.” Jorgensen who had fought a draw with Costa. July 31 and had beaten the flashy Brooklyn J boxer, Nov. 20 in two Houston matches, didn’t even make it close this time. Referee' Harry Kessler had it 8-1-1. Judge A1 Singer 7-3 and Judge Artie Aidala 6-3-1, all for Costa who weighted 129*2 to Jorgensens 127 V The AP had Costa on top 7-2-1. ROSENDALP IB THEATRE L ROSENDALE, N. Y. Phone Rosendale 5541 2 Shows, 7:00 & 9:00 P. M. LAST TIMES TONIGHT In SuperScop« and Color “GRKAT DAY IN THE MORNING” Virginia Mayo—Robert Stack Sportree! • Cartoon FRI. A SAT. In Color “CURUCU, BEAST OF THE AMAZON” lohn Bromtìeld—Beverly Garland — also — “THE MOLE PEOPLE” John Agar—( ynthia Patrick Cartoon _ CLOSED TUESDAYS _ City; Pat Gaston, of San Antonio. Texas; Denise Collette, of Jamaica, N. Y.; Jo Holcomb, of Huntsville, Ala.; Gloria Kristy, Grand Marais, Minn.; Marion Moore, Fair Lawn, N. J.; Simone Auger, Montreal, Quebec; Dolores Paradise, Fast Patterson. N. 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