Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on October 4, 1949 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Naugatuck, Connecticut
Issue Date:
Tuesday, October 4, 1949
Page:
Page 6
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

PAGE «—NAPGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TtTESPAY,JKTT. 4, 1949 Yanks, Dodgers Preparing For Series Opener Tomorrow Brooks Holds Drill In Stadium Today Weary baseball fans heaved a 4feh of relief today and settled back, for a well earned rest. That te,-until tomorrow. - The ^pennant chase that ended Sunday was XB nerve-wracking on the fans as it was the players. j That's all over.-The New Ydrk - Yankees «dged Boston by one game in the American League. •Brooklyn out-lasted St. Louis ,by the same margin. All that remains is the-* World Series which opens at Yankee Stadium tomorrow. :. T<h« Yankees, early favorites to *rin the series, worked out for a few hours yesterday r before having their picture taken. Tired, but .bietipy. Manager Casey Stengel remarked "Well, I'm satisfied with the work-out—nobody .got 'hurt." Joe IMMaggio, who asked to be tekec from the game in the ninth faming Sunday because of fatigue, looked more like his old self. '• Di ilAg still •underweight from hi> recent virus infection, was swinging powerfully. Joe said he thought his timing was getting better. No Pitchers Named Stengel refuses to name his starting pitcher for tomorrow, b\it most observers believe it will be Eddie Lopat. the southpaw who won 15 games during the season. Brooklyn Manager Burt Shotton,, who put his Dodgers through the paces this morning at Yankee Stadium, also refuses to indicate •whirti pitcher he'll open with. Shotton may start Don Newcombe on Wednesday -which would give the strong right-hander a chance to work three times if the series goes the limit. It may be Shotton will give the call to Preaohcr Roe, the slender lefty. Shotton isn't talking about his opening pitcber, but Bur.t still is praising the Phillies who lost the ft-" (fame to Brooklyn Sunday. "Why," said Shotton, "Thosa Phillies aren't more than a year or so away from winning the pennant." Stengel and Shotton. were preparing ior the series, -but another n-anager. Joe McCarthy of the Boston Red Sox, had no such worries. McCarthy returned to Boston with his team and told, a crowd of more than 1,000 fans "Why, we never 'had a reception like this when I was -with the Yankees and we were the winners." --'-. McCarthy says he doesn't know •whether hell return to his home in. Buffalo,;!^. Y., or return to New- York for the, series. At that point, Joe was ascked "How about next year, win you be back with Boston?" McCarthy replied "if you want me back, write that in your .^tory," he told.the reporters. Joe refusid to discuss Sunday's game or explain why he called on seldom used Tex Hughson in relief when he had Jack Kramer and Walt Masterson in the bullpen. "We lost" strugged McCarthy, "That's all. What more can you say. You can't take any credit away from the Yankee*. They fcustled. and .won it the hard way." The runner-up club in the National League, the St. Louis Cardinals, began the job of returning money accepted for World Series tickets. The last minute collapse of the Cardinals left the front office with the task of returning some *2,000,000 in certified checks. NHS Gridder Injured In JV Game Freshman Glenn Dansby Suffers Broken Right Leg Glenn Dansby, of 84 South Main street, a freshman tackle with the Naugatuck High school junior varsity football team, suffered a broken right leg yesterday in a game with the Seymour High JV's, at i-rench Field, Seymour. The game was won by Seymour, 12-6. .Dansby was injured in a pile-up on the first play of the third quarter. He was removed to St. Mary's hospital, Waterbury, in the Naugatuck Community ambulance, where X-rays were taken yesterday. The leg was placed in a cast today. His los^ will be greatly felt by the junior varsity squad and by the varsity. Glenn had played the whole game against the Seymour seconds and bad seen a few minutes of action with the varsity against Wilby last Saturday. Seymour pushed over a touchdown in the second and another in the third quarter to take a 120 lead over the locals. Both trys for the extra point from placement were smothered. The locals received a break in the final period, when a Seymour pass was intercepted on the Seymour 30-yard line. The Greyhounds lost six yards in three downs, but a last down pass to Clisham clicked and the speedy back went for a first down on the Seymour 12. A line play picked up one yard and then Jimmy McCann crashed over tackle for the score. The try for the extra point went wide. The remainder of the JV schedule is as follows: Oct. 10, Shelton, here; Oct .17, Derby, away; Oct. 24, Seymour, here; Oct. 31, Shelton, away; and Nov. 7, Derby, here. 21 Boys Enrolled In YBCA Swim Class Twenty-one boys are now enrolled in the Monday afternoon swimming Insrtuction class at the YMCA, according to physical director Fritr Klambt. The class is for beginners. Those enrolled are: John Quinn, Thomas Glynn, Jerry Buckmiller, Paul Bergotti, Larry Simon, Car! Edqxiist, Carl Humiston, Bailey Me- Kee, Anthony Celello, George Zonas. Robert Grenier, John Wood. Noel Gauthier Walter Nais, George Trask, Peter Johnson, Robert >Jardello, John White, William Sheridan, David Frederowicz and Girard Nuber. The class is conducted by Wesley Cady YMCA program secretary, and George Zonas. Site Of Tomorrow's World Series Opener BAJN'8 8EJOTCE STATION and GARAGE < » Robber Ave. TeL B — Front End work Fish & Game Club Meets Tomorrow Season permits to hunt on regulated shooting areas will be issued to members in eood standing of the Naugatuck Fish & Game Club Inc., at the regular monthly meeting tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in the Town Hall, it was announced today by Dr. Joseph J. Sitar. president. All members should bring their license numbers, as no ""i-Tiits will be issued without them. Reports on the annual outing and Coon Dog Field Trials, both held last month, will be given. ^f^^ff^^^^^^m^f^mi^m^m^^m^^^^m^i^^m^m^m^m^m^^i^^mml^m REPAIR CROSS CHAINS NOW!! Save time and trouble later... PREPARE YOUR CAR FOR WINTER NOW! took at all you g»t for your tor in this special Atlantic Fall Chango Ov»r "package"... at a special price, too- Atlantic Lubrication. Crankca*e drained, refilled with Atlantic Motor Oil (5 quarts). Transminion drained, refilled (3 pints). Differential drained, refilled (3 pint*). Radiator drained, refilled; note and connections checked. Spark plugs inspected, cleaned. Air filter cleaned, reoiled. Battery checked, water added; cables inspected; terminal! cleaned. Tires checked, inflated to correct pressure. Windows and car interior cleaned. tlgm ol n» Atlantic Dfalft Ttt Mmmfka JUan Your Cat. ROUST'S SERVICE STATION "Where Service Is Supreme" 144 RUBBER AVE: TEL. .'.935 The Yankee Stadium, site of the World Series opener, which will be played tomorrow. Is shown above. It is expected that the "house that Ruth built" will b :. jammed to the rafters for the clash. The Yanks and the Dodgers will play again at the Stadium Thursday afternoon and then move to Ebbets Field Friday, for three games. If the final two are necessary, they will be played at the Stadium Monday !\nd Tuesday. Yanks' Manager Indians Lead Royals In Little World Series, 2-1 (Uy United Press) The Indianapolis Indians of the American association . hold a two game to one advantage over the Montreal Royals of the Internation- "I League in the Little World Series. ivfontreal socred its first victory in three games in'the best-out-of- scven Keriea la.'it. night, 3-1. Dari Cnnkhead kept the Indian:-} in check \ itii just, fivo hits. However, Mel Queen and Chet John.son of the Indians gave up only three hits. The Royals capitalized on two untimely errors by the Indians, scoring all their runs in the fifth inning of the game. The series scene changes to Indianapolis tomorrow night for the fourth series game. ' Casey Stengel Kuhel Dropped As Senators'Manager The Washington Senators announced last night that. Joe Kuhel "las been dropped as manager. No successor has been chosen. The Senators finished tho season n last place. 47 games off the pace. President Clark Griffith said that he feels "It's time for the Senators to try something different." Kuhcl has managed the club since Oct. 9, 1947. Allen, Barber To Broadcast Series (By United Press) The Mutual Broadcasting- company announces that Mel Allen and .-ted Barber will give the radio letwork play by play of the World Series between Brooklyn and New York. Allen broadcast Yankee games this season while Barber had the Dodgers. Jim Eritt of Boston will 'handle the commentary over a television network which will link the East and Mid-west for the first time in World Series history. MS Class Of 1939 Reunion October 22 Onairman Jack Dunn announced today that the reunion of the NHS class of 1939 will be held Oct. 22 at Concordia Hall, Seymour. Merribers are requested to return reservation cards by Thursday of this week. Ted Over-Estimated By Ansonia Fan Ansor.ia, Oct. 4—(UP)—For one surprised moment, Patrick J. Cookc thought that Ted Williams made a record hit, some 85 miles, in Sunday's Yankee-Red Sox game. Cooke was sitting in the parlor of his home Ifstening to the game over the radio when Williams connected with one of Vic Raschi's pitches. He heard the crack of the bat at the samp, time that a baseball hi* him in the stomach. The ball. Cooke was quick to discover, came not from Yankee Stadium, but right through his parlor window from a pickup game in the street outside his house. Vile Yet jays VETERAN STUDENT^ AND TRAINEES NEED NOT REPORT NATIONAL GUARD PRILL PAY IN THEIR EARN ING STATEMENT Dodgers* Pilot For fall information -contact yonr ne*re*1 VETERANS ADMINISTRATION office CROWDS GREET DODGER PLAYERS POLICE MOID BACK a huge crowd of fans at Pennsylvania Station, New York, as BrooWyn Dodger stars arrive from Philadelphia where they captured the National League pennant. At left is Pcewee Reese with C«rl Furillo and wife. Other players trail behind, (International) Manager Shotton, Clayton Decisions Ortiz In 10 Rounds • Manchester, Eng., Oct. 4—(UP) — British empire featherweight champion. Ronnie Clayton deci- sioned world bantamweight champ Manuel Ortiz at Manchester, England^ yesterday. It was a non-title bout; with a 126-pound limit. Clayton weighed in four ounces over 126, but Ortiz waived his right to the forfeit. It migh't have been better for Manuel had he claimed the forfeit, because Clayton drubbed him in the 10-round bout. The British champion sized up Ortiz in the early rounds, then held command for the rest ol the fight. Clayton used his strong left hand to land solid punches around the heart and body. Clayton cut Ortiz over the left eye in the sixth round, then opened the wound again in the seventh. In ">p last frame. Clayton hammered Ortiz along the ropes, but couldn't land a knockout punch. Wesleyan, Coast Guard Clash Heads State's Grid Program Playing Of Yale, Columbia Game Doubtful <By United Press) Most Connecticut football teams will be sporting their wares far afield thii3 week-end. Only one major collegiate game is listed for the state. That attraction .will be at Middletown where Coast Guard and Wesleyan, each feeling from losses last weekend, will attempt to regain their stride. Yale's gridsters are scheduled to play Columbia this Saturday' at New York. As yet. however, a ban imposed because of Polio has not been lifted. The lUniversity of Connecticut takes on a tough opponent when it visits Springfield, and Trinity faces a "breather" at Norwich. Other game* this week find Arnold at American International Friday night, Bridgeport at Wilkes college, New Britain Teachers at Trenton Teachers and C. C. N. Y. at New Haven Teachers, all on Saturday. Pressure Off The (pressure will be off when Wesleyan tangles with '.Coast Guard. The Cardinals had a'23- gam:e winning streak which dated ,back to 1942, isince ithey didn't Dla'y during the war. The strain of maintaining this record mounted with each game, but now, thanks to a 26-0 licking at the hands of Bowdoin, the Wetsmqen don't have to worry . v Nbrjmi Daniels, who hadn't lost a game aa Wosleyan's head coach, predicts: "we'll bounce back. The spirit is good and we saw several encouraging' signs Saturday." Coast Guard, which lost 'Saturday to Amherst, 27-13 may depend upon its aerial attack to keep the Cardinals off balance. It was -chiefly passes that ker-t the cadets in the game last weekend. University of Connecticut grid- sters show signs of developing a flashy offense. The Huskies' play had boen featured mostly <by lack of irr.'aKinaticm., three off-tackle smashpi'i and a. ipunt, but Saturday they opened up a bit with laterals and forwards which kept both opponents and fans on their toes. Trinity's green but energetic team, including several isoloho- mores, committed about every mistake in the book against Williams, but bounced back each time to regain the lead and finally to surge ahead. The Hilltoppers aren't expected to have much trouble against Norwich. Uniteds Down Yale Soccer Team, 5-3 The Naugatuck United soccer team won one and lost one game over the weekend. The locals de- I feated the Yale University squad, I 5-3. Saturday, and. bowad tc 'Z.'o : Chicopee, Mass., Portuguese Sport Club, Sunday, also by a 5-3 count. Dick Davenport and C. Consalves i scored the goals for the locals in Sunday's clash, Davenport booting through" two. Tomorrow evening, the Uniteds will play the Bloomfield Sport Club, at Bloomfield. GYM CLASS The YMCA businessmen's, gym class, under thfe direction of Y general secretary Herbert E. Brown, will start this evening at 5:10 o'clock at the Y. The class will also meet each Friday at 5:10 o'clock. NESCO FOltTABLE ROOM HEATER $10.95 WEISS FRANKLIN STORE ST. KAtTGATUCK Hawley Hardware 102 Church Street Hotpoint Refrigeratura Tilo Board Tools House Paint, Lighting Fixtures Hand and Power Mowers PVirm 4086 We Deliver Featuring CONTINO, The Ewbig Sisters, the Mystery Four, Richard Melari, Glenn Plgott, and the tenor sensation — .JOHNNY IrtUNGAIX — and other great artists at the A New Haven _ R E N A Mon., Oct. 10—8:30 $1, $1.7)5, 32J» tax.! ncl. 3Tickets by mull — at box office FAMOUS IN NEW ENGLAND FOR 8O YEARS! HAMPDEN BREWING CO. WltllMAWSETI, MASS. Little League Board Of Directors Meets Thursday Evening Paul E. Buckmiller, president of the Peter J. Foley Little League, announced today a meeting of the board of directors of the league will be held Thursday night at 8 o'clock in the Knights of Columbus rooms, Neary Building. Because of the important business coming before the monthly meeting of the board, President Buckmiller asks that all members attend. Mace, Vigeant Fight Tonight Hartford, Oct. 4—Carey Mace and Frank Vigeant, two determined state weltereweights aiming for Vic Garden's title, tangle in a ten- rounder at the Auditorium tonight. The winner progresses in a new series to develop a challenger for the state welter title-holder, and meets Sal DiMartino at a future date. Out of that winner versus DiMartino match emerges a challenger who will battle it out with Cardell for the title. Only a Week ago DiMartino surprised with a convincing victory over Cardell and threw open wide the contest now in progress to develop a challenger. Vigeant is after a title he held until Cardell wrested it a month or so ago. Frank thought he could succesfully defend it in a bout with a foe who had been fighting steadily, while Vigeant had been out of action for six months.: He learned differently, but with another fight under his belt, a victory over Rollie Johns scored on the Pep-Compo card, Vigeant thinks he's ready again ,to contend for the title. ALCAZAR NOW PLAYING Jean Porter — June Preisser Tony Pastor and Orch. "Two Blondes and A Redhead" and Victor Mature — Klchar*-Conte "Cry of the City" rODAY, WED. and THURSDAY "THE SNAKE PIT" with Olivia De Havllland Mark Stevens Leo Gcnn also "Ladies of the Chorus" with Adele .Tergens ' Marilyn Monroe Information On Veterans Benefits Q—I understand that the special NSLrl dividend "will be computed to Ihe anniversary date in 1948. What is meant by "anniversary date"? A—The anniversary date of your policy is the date upon which it became effective. Q—What income provision is attached to the pension I will pet as the widow of a veteran who died of a wound received in battle? A—As the widow of a soldier who died in line of duty, you are entitled to compensation regardless of your income. Q—How much is allowed for a child whose father is taking a GI course? We are divorced and the father claims he is receiving no additional allowance for his child. A—A veteran going to school under the Servicemen's Readjustment Act <GI Bill) may receive $75 if he is without dependents. $105 with one dependent, and $120 with more than one dependent, provided he makes application for the increased rate. Q—About a year ago I divorced my wife on grounds of desertion. Can she claim part of the pension I am now receiving from the VA? A—If the divorce terminated the martial relationship, your wife could not successfully claim a portion of your pension unless she successfully contest the divorce. Veterans and their dependents who desire information concern- Ing their benefits and entitlements are invited to send inquiries to this newppap«er. Their questions and answers will be published in this column. Rod CAMERON Gail STORM STAMPEDE Johnny Mack BROWN Don CASTLE JACKPOT JITTERS run . .__ C«n> CUNT . fan SHBODAN 1 1 WAS A MALE WA* • '»' MOIMB JMU COMMERCIAL and DOMESTIC REFK1GEBATION WALTER'S REFRIGERATION Main St., Beacon F*H»- TeL 7430 Emergency C<U1 6567 FALL TERM NOW OPEN Office Open 8:30 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. POST JUNIOR COLLEGE Si Centra! Ave. Waterbury Fhone (-8772 RAMOS 1 IRON WORKS i ^ «• BPBBEB AVEXCE | Elp«rt Wrldlnr ol AD TjT>m—Foitrl»ii Sheet M«bl ft OinuncBtnl »l»»l WorH. — Fortafel« VfoMteg E'iil9M«at — TE1KPHO3TE tt;7 Peter Paul, Inc. NAUGATUCK, CONN. Manufactures of Nation's Largest Selling COCONUT CANDY BARS NKW 1941* • , PHILCO REFRIGERATOR $232.50 7 Cu. »t, With Freexer Locker $25 Down — $2.25>Week 413 NO. MAIN ST. UNION CIT1 Fhone 6491 15 Church St. Tel. 0490 Open Trlday Till 8 P. ML SECURITY Doe* your Innorance give adequate protection today* DO YOU HAVE ITT See NAUGATUCK INSURANCE AGENCY INC. Building costs are Increasing PHONE 2Q80 F. W. EATON, tltgr. New & Reconditioned Moton FOBD * HEBCCBT Bud(«* Plan Available The NAUGATTTCS TUEL CO. ronn DEALER *t%a» otsi CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH G. M. C: TRUCKS / " J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Eap&iri&g 1M SOUTH MAIN ST. " PROFITS are a primary motive to hire more people, make more goods, improve and expand' equip, ment. These are guarantees of reasonable prices. United States Rubber Company ' Naugatuck Footwear Plant

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page