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PAGE 0—NATJGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, OCT. 1, lIMft Boston Leads Yanks By Full Game Whip Senators, 11-9, As New York Loses To Athletics, 4-1 Sox Get Five Hits; Capitalize On 14 Walks Washington, Oct. 1—(UP)—The Boston Red Sox grabbed first place in the American League yesterday by beating the Senators. 11-9. in a wild-and wooly game at Washington. The win puts Boston one game In front of the New York Yankees, who dropped a 4-1 decision to the Philadelphia A's. -The Red Sox and the Yanks wind up their season with two games at New York today and tomorrow. The Red Sox Heed only a split to win the pennant. The Yankees must win both games to take the flag. Only Five Hits The Red Sox got only five hits off four Washington pitchers, but the Boston sluggers cashed in on 14 walks, three errors, and a wild pitch. On —the other hand, the Senators collected 18 hits but wasted most of them. The Red Sox seemed to have the game on ice when they scared five runa in the second and five more in the third. But the Senators fought back and almost tied it up. Washington scored two runs in the ninth on doubles by Eddie Robinson and Sam Dente, a single by Al Evans, and two walks. That left the bases loaded with one out. But Ellis Kinder, the third Boston j pitcher, forced Sam Mele, a for-1 mer Boston outfielder, to ground into a game-ending double play. The Red Sox scored five runs in the second on just one hit. Three walks loaded the bases to start the inning. Dora DiMaggio walked to force in a run. A wild peg by Al Kozar gave Boston two runs, and Vern Stephens drove in two more with a single. The Senators came back with four runs in the bottom of the second on two doubles, two singles and a walk. But the Red Sox came back with five runs in the third on three -walks, two singles, two errors and a wild pitch. Bobby i Doerr singled home the last two runs of the inning, and they turned out to be the important ones. Walt Masterson, the second Boston pitcher, gets the win. The Senators used five pitchers, with starter Mickey Harris, a former Bo-Soxer, taking the loss. Yanks' Hopes Fade The groggy New York Yankees are down for the nine count in vhe tight American league pennant race. The Yankees pennant flame all but died out when New York lost to Philadelphia, while Boston was winning at Washington. Tf the Yankees lose the pennant. Uiey can remember yesterday and say, "two pitches did it " Southpaw TDtldie Lopat held Philadelphia to four hits. But, two of them were homers and they meant the ball game. The Yankees, who went into the game- tied with Boston • for the American league lead, scored their lone run in the first inning. After •hat. Dick Fowler, who was kayoed in less than three innings by the Yankees On Tuesday, set them down. The Yanks threatened in only two innings. A si-gle and two walks loaded 'he base 7 ' in the second inning, but Fowler forced Bobby Brown to bounce mit to end that threat. The Yankees- got two men on in the seventh hut Charley Keller ended 'he rally by hitting into a double- Play. Pitch Fowler . The S'^ decision to pitch Fowler •orobabl" wall canse comment in manv f-'arters. Philadelohia vras schedule'', to go v.'ith Phil Marchildon. a F->re-armed righty who was Vayoed •- less then ,one frame in a start ap-inst the fied Sox earlier this mr>-»h. Instead, the A's switched to Fowler—,ind he WPS the master. The Yankees broke fast with one run in tbe first inning on a walk and a double by Bobby Brown. Sam Chapman got tHat back in the top of the second with his homer to even the count. Looat lost the game in the third. Buddy Rosar opened with a sine!e. onlv to be forced bv. Fowler. Eddie Joost then slapped a sinsrle off Brown's jrlove Ferris Fain, who remarked during batting practice. •T feel I ought to hit a homer *od».y." did just that, and the A's had the ball game. Fain only has three home runs this season, and one of his two others came "gainst Toe Page of the Yankes with the Sauer opened with a walk and went to third on Pafko's double. Then rookie Walt Serena singled to cen- *.er for two runs. Tomy Glaviano slamed a two- run homer for the Cards in the sixth, leaving the Redbirds only one run behind. But Walt Dubiel replaced starter Bob Rush for the Cubs at that point and shut the door. Dubiel allowed only one hit and no runs over the last four innings. Rush gets the victory, his 1.0th against 18 losses. Indians Win Second baseman Joe Gordon slammed two home runs as the Cleveland Indians beat the Tigers, •M, at Detroit. The win sends vhe Indians into a third-place tie with Detroit. Two old rivals, Bob Feller of vhe Indians and Hal Newhouser of the Tigers, went all the way. Feller wins his 14th game against 14 'osses. Newhouser now has 18 wins and 11 setbacks. Gordon homered in the fifth with Feller on base to tie the score at 4-all. Then the veteran second baseman hit his GOth homer of the 0 season with Manager Lou Boudreau aboard, and that was the game ..AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday's Result Boston 11, Washington 9. Philadelphia 4, New York 1. Cleveland 6, Detroit 4. Only games scheduled. THE Boston ....... New York . . . Cleveland Detroit Philadelphia . Chicago St. Louis ..,, . Washington . STANDING W L Pet GB 96 56 .632 — 95 57 .625 1 87 65 .572 9 , . 87 65 .572 9 SO 72 .526 16 62 89 .411 33 J /i 51100.338 44 M: 49 103 .322 47 Post Office Favored Over Pond Hill In Tomorrow's Playoff Post Office is favored over Pond Hill in their Community League jame tomorrow afternoon at Recreation Field. The game, which will be played at 2 o'clock, will decide the winner of the first round, which ended in a three-way tic between the two, and Mad River. The latter club has withdrawn from the playoffs. THn Cards The lowly Cubs msv • have knocked th° R T Txinis Cardinals nut of the National league pennant rare. The Cubs scored a surnri-s'Tip 6-5 "irtory over the C!>T-<H r>t Chicago That drons the Hedbirds a. full fame behind the first-place Brook- l-u-n nodeer*. Tho wore id'e. n\e Dodeers and the cards each have *T*O jr^r^e" left to plav. **"*••> r--rrt<, shot/ off to a 9-0 livd ! T thf first Inning on dnubio^ hv "»nd :> sin"'p hv Enoq Slaughter The Cubs tied it tin ii thp'r hnlf nf thp innine when Rov Prrmilov nnd Hank Saner homered to the leff field stands. The f.\ih" =oorert fwn more runs in thp 'bird. Loser Mn-»- T,"n'«r Toart- "«' *he bas»«! on a sinelp bv Hrrrnnn T?eirh. 3 double Viv Pov Sm^lipv •**** p*i iritentinrtnl v*a.1 v f n Sanor. P»d M'lnp-'"- '•plipvo'1 Lan'pr and *>5t Arxlv Pafko w'*h j> -r>i*rh to *nrrp in MI* r ,.t,. Boh Scheffing's 1'" bro-'^ht in Rmalley ''"he Cards eot one h->^v in tho r 'ffh on sintrles hv Mus'M ,->nd K'avtrMpr and a doublp hv Ron Northev. The C«ib<i scored their l"«it: two runs in the bottom of the fifth. Teams Win Three State Championships The 1S49 season has been monl KJORH.sfiil for the U. S. Rubber >. in ?o fttr n.H rncroational activities are concerned. The Footwearites were able to win three championships in state industrial competition in addition to numerous titles in Naugatuck "\nd W.iterburv league 1 ;. Members of the volleyball, golf ind horseshoe tefims were preKcn'- ed suitable awards by the company in recognition of their winning States Industrial titles in their respective fields, and the girls' bowling team were runners-up for the Hate bowling championship. Trophies and individual award:-, nreuented by the various leagues '.vere received by the following: Waterbury I. R. A. League — giriis' bowling, champions; men's horseshoes, champions; men's softball, laticmal divisions, champions; •iris' basketball, runners-up. NauifHturk Industrial Council League: Men's bowling, national division, champions; men's volleyball, champions; men's golf, champions; men's softball, runners-up; girls' tennis, champions; men's tennis, doubles runners-up. In addition to the above varsity activities, interdepartmental leagues continued to flourish in bowling, basketball, softball, tennis, golf, horseshoes and bocci. Today's Games, Pitchers Boston at New York—Parnell (257) vs. Reynolds (17-6). Philadelphia at Washington — Kellner (19-12) or Scheib (9-12) vs. Hittle (4-7). Cleveland at Detroit—Garcia (135) «or Lemon (22-10) vs. Trucks (19-10) or Gray (10-9). Chicago at St. Louis — Gumpert (13-15) vs. Raney (0-2). NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Results Chicago 6. St. Louis 5. Pittsburgh 3, Cincinnati 2. (Only Climes scheduled.) THE STANDING W L Pet GB Brooklyn 96 56 .632 — St. Louis 95 57 .625 1 Philadelphia 80 72 .526 16'i Boston 73 79 .480 23 M: New York 73 79 ,480 23>/-> Pittsburgh 70 82 .461 26% Cincinnati 61 91 .401 35'i Chicago 60 92 .395 36 Today's Games, ritchers Brooklyn at Philadelphia—Branca (13-5) vs. Heintzelman (17-9). St. Louis at Chicago—Brecheien U-l-10) vs. Chipman (6-8). New York at Boston — Kennedy (12-13) or Koslo (,11-13) vs. Bickford (15-11). (Only games scheduled.) PENNANT HACKS VJ' A GLANCE, NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn St. Louis W L Pet GB TP . 96 56 .632 — 2 . 85 57, .625 1 2 ning Schedules Brooklyn -Honin, none. Away (2) Philadelphia 2. St. Louis--Home, none. Away 2)- -Chicago 2. AM I ;iUCA ff LEAG L' E W LPct GB TP Boston 96 56 .632 — 2 New York x 95 57 .625 1 2 Remaining Schedules Now York H:imn (2) Boston 2. Away- none. Boston- Home 1 , none. Away (2) —New York 2. Lambeau Resigns As Packers' Coach Green Bay, Wise., Oct. 1—(UP) —The veteran Curly Lambeau has resigned as coach of the Green Bay Packers of the National Football I.eagus. Lambeau, Green Bay coach for 30 years, says he'll turn over the duties of running the team to his assistants and devote his time to "rebuilding a championship club." SCOLASTIC FOOTBALL Sacred Heart 7, Junior Republic 0. Wilbur Cross 6, Leaver.worth 2. Roger Ludloive 14, Warren Harding 0. East Haven 12, St. Mary's 0. COLLEGE <TOOTBALL I-eba.non Valley 14, St. Mary's 7. Lincoln • University 14, Albright 12. Ke.it State 13, Mt. Union 11. Villanova 34, Detroit 7. Maryland 33, Georgetown 7. Furman 14, South Carolina 7. Ashland 32, Cedarville 21. ' • Chattanooga '14, Abilene 7. Miami (Fla) 52, Rollins 13. Boston College 13, Wake Forest 7. Louisville 34, Murray (6) 14, STARVATION DISEASES Pellagra, scurvy and rickets are starvation diseases. Greyhounds "Up" For Wilby Tilt Today At Recreation Field Coach George F. Goodwin's Nau- ifatuck High school Greyhounds, with only one - scrimmage session under their belts during the past \veek, will lie host, to Wilby High this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at Recreation Field. It will be the second game of the season for both teams. The Garnet and Grey squad held a light drill Monday and tbeir only scrimmage Tuesday. Wednesday was an off clay and the rain forced the practice to be restricted to a signal drill in the High school gym, Thursday. The squad completed its preparation for the ?ame with another light drill yesterday. Naugatuck lost a heartbreaker to Derby, 7-6, last week. The locals outplayed the down-valley crew in every department and drove deep into scoring territory ' five times. Only once could they rjunch the ball across, however. A 25-yard runback on an intercepted pass by Derby tackle and Captain. Fred Palmieri, resulted in the Raiders' only touchdown. Palmieri played a whale of a game throughout and is definitely All-State material. The greatest weakness shown by the locals last wee:k \v;is in their passing. Quarterback Alan Cross- waht, halfbacks Bob Rabtoy and "hnrlie Alnfji . and fullback Bob White all had a hand in the passing, but only two of 13 tosses were completed. Most of the trouble stemmed from the fact that the passer was provided with no defense by his mates and in every case had to get of; hurried tosses. The team worked out of "T" and box formations during the Derby game and appeared to click best while working from the box. It is expected that they will use the box for most of their plays today. The squad i.s inspired by their perform- nncc against Derby last week and feel confident of their ability to turn back the Wildcats today. Klambt Announced YMCA Gym Schedule The N.-mgiituck YMCA gym flca- son will Html Monday, according to Fritz Klambt. physical director. The schedule of classes is as follows: Boys, Midgets, e^.to 9. starts Monday, with a beginners' swimming class at 3:30. Wednesday an;i Friday at 3:30 there will also he svJirnming nnd Saturday morning at ,9 o'clock there will be gym games nnd swimming. The junior boys have a gym se.'i*ion and swimming at 3:30 o'clock Wednesdays. Then; will be general swimming Friday at 3:3f) and gyrn and s-.vimrning Saturday mnrnin'.'s ••! n-n. Intermediate gym classes meet nn Monday and Thursday evenings at 7 o'clock. The Senior men meet Monday and Thursday evenings at 8 o'clock. A badminton r'ass will meet Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 5 to 7 o'clock. The business men's gv;n and volleyball classes meet Tuesday and Friday evenings at 5 o'clock. The girls' class meets Tuesday afternoons at 3:30 o'clock for gym and swimming at 8. A Ladies' gym class will meet Tuesday evenings at 8 o'clock. JOLTIN' JOE GOOD JOE - - By Alan Mav«r my M • BUT THIS Be art FAHS - THE THAT ALL CASH 0OrtAT/O/1S BE TURtiED OVER 727 THe CANCER £>/ MAG-G/O, WHO'U 0e OCTOBER /. Ciilr/tulnl t>f King Tittiaa Grays, Watertown Meet In Western Conn. League Finals Yale Only College Eleven In State Not In Action This Week <By United Press) All Connecticut college football teams will be in action this weekend except Yale. The Elis were forced to call off Lhc Fordhum name because one or their brickfield player.s is Infected with polio. However, the squad conj Unues to hold light drills, under | Ihe strict medical supervision of university physicians. The teaTin hopes to get out of qii-'r>an*ine for its game with Columbia in New York next week. Wesleyan, undefeated for three seasons, opens against Bowdoln at. Brunswick, Me. Trinity plays its first i^iunc of the season against Williams al .Hartford. Coast' Guard meets Amhcrst at New Ijondon. Arnold, which won Its opener la-st week, playa New Britain Teachers at New Britain. The University of Connecticut, which lost to Yale a week ago 28-0, takes on American International College of Springfield, Mass., at Storrs. University of Bridgeport, which defeated Upsala, 12-0, last week, played Ithaca College at Ithaca, N. Y., last night. Cutters Favored The Fabric Cutters are favored to cop the U. S. Rubber Co. In- terdcpartment Softball League championship, when they play Wa ? terproof Packing in the second of a best of three series this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock on diamond four at Recreation Field. The Cutters hold a 1-0 edge !n the series to elate. If they lose, n double header will be played so thai the winner will be determined today. Ernie "Red" Stuzman will be on Hie hill for the Cutters, with Jim Jameson burning them in for the Packers. THE STARDl/ST RANGERS of Beacon Falls nhow.i uuuve, will be a feature of the rally of the Beacon Fails Democratic Town Committee to he held tomorrow afternoon mid evening nt the White Eagle Hall. The rally will be the final political activity of the party before the town election Monday. The rally will start nt 3 o'clock and continue until evening, accord ng io Town Chairman Walter Muroff. Member* of the orchestra, left to right are Percy Robinson, basr,; Charles Bctkoski, fiddle; Chuck Mitchell, guitar; Curley Kagini, seated with his accordion; Boh Krakow sky, guitar; John Miller, drums and Joe Floch, guitar. League In Action Monday Evening The YMCA Men's University Bowling League will enter its second week of bowling Monday evening on the Y alleys. Captains of. the various teams are as follows: Brown, Hovey Simon Princeton, Earl Barnum; Harvard. William Swanson; Yale, William Chitten- dcn; Duke, William Boies; Columbia, A. Clark; Purdue, Clayton Houseknecht; and Cornell, Milton Lent. Back in the Swing THE SPARKPLUG sorely needed by the crippled New York Yankees, joltin' Joe DiMaggio prepares to take a cut at the ball during a practice warmup at the Stadium. Recently recovered from virus pneumonia, Joe hopes to get back in the gama when his team meets the Boston lied'Sox. ' (International)' First Game To Be Played Tomorrow At 2 The Naugatuck Grays will meet the Watertown AA in the first eame of the Western Connecticut League playoff finals, at Deland Field in Watertown tomorrow afternoon. Game time is 2 o'clock ">h , rp. The Watertown pquad had a 17 and one record in league play and took two straight from Forestville in the playoffs for an all-over ••ecord of 19 and one. Their one flcfeat c<imc nt the, hands of the Grays by a 15-2 score early in the •rceond round. The Grays had an 11 and 7 record in league play and took two •tut of three from Torrington in the ol.avoffs for a 13 and 8 record against league competition. The 'ocals have won eight out of their last nine in their drive for the ^hampjonshin and are confident of Inhint; the Watertown squad. Mgr: John White has named Ray Wisniewski to go to the mound with himself behind the plate, Tom Wisniewski at first, Eld Kogut on second, GroR Oldakowskl at short, George McCann on 'third, George Schuster in left, George Passabet in center, and Vin Healy in right .'ield. Al Grenicr will be on the hill for Watertown, with Rice catching, Girvin on first, Wilcox at second, Si>erau at short, Heroux at third, Rawlinson in left, Contois in center and Vielette in right. The Naugatuck Fuel Co, 87 CHURCH STREET Tel. 5236 See!! •Coasting Derby Pictures 50e — ORDER — 50c TIID3ODEAU STUDIO Neary Bldg. • Tel, 834Z' FRED'S HI-WAT GRILLE . 901 South Main St. Rv^iilur Dally Dinner BOe np GATERINO FOR WEDDINGO SHOWERS, STAG PARTIES, Etr Banquet Iloom, Cocktail Lounpe Full Liquor License MODERN CLEANERS SHEINMAN'S 71 Rubber Ave.' Tel. 3381 Naug. 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