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PAGE 4— XATJGATPCK NEWS (COMf.), WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5, 1949 Yankees Favored In Series Opener Aflie Reynolds To Oppose Don Newcombe Or Preacher Roe CarlFurillp Doubtful Starter For Brooklyn The Brooklyn Dodgers are in danger of having one strike called against them even before the World Series opens today. It is believed the Dodgers will have to face the New York Yankees without the services "of their' ace outfielder. Carl Furillo. Brooklyn Manager Burt Shotton has put Furillo in his starting line-up,, but the hard-hitting outfielder wasn't at all optimistic after a work-out yesterday at Yankee Stadium. Furillo, who hit close to .400 for the last month, has been playing with a pulled muscle in his right groin. After yesterday's workout, Furil- lQ r snx>qk._his head and moaned, "I can't stride—I can't bend—i'i Just can't play this way." But maybe the weatherman will come to Shotton's assistance. The •Preacher Roe JUi Allic. Reynolds Don Newcombe forecast is for rain. And any postponement will give Furillo's injury more time to heal. However, the weatherman adds that although rain is forecast, indications are it •will not be steady enough to have to postpone the game. Brooklyn Lineup Shotton was able to announce his line-up after Yankee Manager Casey Stengel said he would start right-hander Allie Reynolds. Shotton says he will wait -until "Just before game-time" before making his pitching selection. The Dodger line-up is the one Shotton usually uses against right-handers. Shortstop Pee Wee Reese will lead off, followed by third baseman Johnny Jorgensen. Duke' Snider will be in center field and bat third. Second baseman Jackie Robinson will hit in the clean-up spot, followed by left fielder Gene Hermanski. Furillo will play right and bat sixth, with first baseman Gil Hodges Tutting seventh. Roy Campanella will catch and bat eighth, followed by the pitcher. The pitcher prob'ably will be either southpaw Preacher Roe or rookie Rrighty Don Newcombe. ' '*' The fiftK. sixth and Seventh spots in the Yankee lineup will remain up in the air until Shotton names his pitcher. Shortstop Phil Rizzuto will lead off. First sacker tfjfjijistottrtrrrrffrff'trrffrrrfri FRED'S HI-WAY GRIIXE 501 South Main St. Begnlar Dally Dinner SOo np CATERING FOR WEDDTNOC SHOWERS. STAG PARTIES. Etr Banquet Room, Cocktail Lounge Full Liquor License Tommy Henrich bats second, followed by Catcher Larry Berra and center fielder Joe DiMaggio. At third, batting in the fifth slot, will be either righty-swinging Billy Johnson or Bobby Brown, who cuts from the left side of the plate. Johnny Lindell, who hits righty, or lefty-swinging Gene Wodling, will play left. It's the same in right field. Batting seventh will be either Cliff Mapes, a southpaw hitter, or Hank Bauer. Second baseman Gerry Coleman will hit eighth, followed bv Reynolds. Umpires The umpires will be Cal Hubbard behind the plate 1 , "Beans" Reardon on first, Art Passarella at second and Lou Jorda on third. Two other umpires, Ed Hurley and George Barr, will be along the foul lipps in the outfield'. Should Furillo be side-lined, the Yankees probaby will be heavier favorites than they are now. Despite the odds, both managers predict a close Series. 'Just look at the two ball clubs," says Stengel, "and how can you pick between them?" Shotton sizes up the Series this way: 'Probably the breaks will decide the winner. I said all winter we'd win the pennant," reminds Shotton. 'and we did. Now, I say we'll win the Series, and we will. But. it's going to take a lot of doing." Another ''pitcher' . has been named for today, the one who will toss out the first ball. Nine-year- old Bruce Howard, an infantile paralysis victim from New York, has been handed the honored assignment. Bruce, who Says he's a "fast ball southpaw," will be the guest of Commissioner A. B. Chandler. The youngster says, "my Mom is a Dodger fan. Dad likes the Yankees. But me, Im neutral for the Series." Rooney-Valles Bout Set For Oct. 17 New Haven. Oct. 5 — Jimmy Rooney of Bridgeport, the featherweight firebrand who won his i last two ftghti? here by quick and clear, cut knockouts, returns to the wars at the Arena on Monday, Oct. 17, against a reputable onucher in Tito Valles of New York. Rooney is shooting for a chance at the New England 126 pound championship jbut with Valles as the next enemy he'll have to con- .ceatrate his fire. The Gotham protege of Rocky Graziano is another little man with a big punch, £13 he demonstrated in knocking out Jimmy Hegeman in a South Nbrwalk engagement. The same Hegeman posted a victory by decision over Rooney in Madison Square Garden. BUTKUS \tlantic Service Station Fern and Chestnut Sts. NOW OPEN! ! Atlantic Top Grade Oil Secci?id-to-none S0c-35c CAESAR KRZYKOWSKI Fainter — Decorator U BBENNAN ST. Tree Full Ihnurnnce TEL. S1W SCULLY, Florist Flowers tor Every Occasion 4SO BAJLDWIN ST. Waterbury UEO T. SCBULY, Prop. PHONE WAT. 5-7280 RANGE BURNERS STOVE and FURNACE PIPES PITTSBURGH PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HAKDWARE 178 MAPtE STREET Free Delivery Telephone 5044 TOASTED '/HOT -DOG" at BOCKY'S WAYSIDE KITCHEN Waterbory Road at Matt» Mills Open'tlaO? 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Sunday* S P. M. to 12 CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS With a Portrait of You! THIBODEAt STUDIO Xcary Bunding Tel. SS4S GAME CLUB MEETING The Naugatuck Fish it Game !!lub meets this evening at 8 o'clock n the borough court room, Town Sail. Dr. Joseph J. Sitar, president, will preside. • 3ANTOS GENERAL REPAIRS Radiators, Batteries Washing Machines, Baby Carriage! Bicycles, Soldering AWA MOWERS SHARPZJIfEP 450 Rubber Ave. Phone 6377 R PRICES DROPPED TO A NEW T.OW. Compare Price and Quality Established 1859 99 NO. MAIN ST. WATERBTTRT BEST A CTTTAWA1 ]?oB THAT IMPOBTAKT E-VJSITTI We C»B F.t HOB« Too Bit IMBIMBO'S *SB^ Tto«a AU or Small M TTnton St.. Wtbr. Phone I-8«8I COMBINATION ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS & DOORS NEW ENGLAND SALES CO ALSCQ 282 Bank St.. Waterbury Phone 4-9219 SOPH STAR OF YEAR OLUE MATSOfif - - By Alan MavW OF fttANCISCQ FULLBACK, THE JUNIOR COLLEGE OLLiE MUST Be TftE FASTSST »0t& /V FOOTBALL HS 60T TO THE FfflAL oLy/*p/c T&yovrs //i THE QUARTER HA& Mazeika's Takes First Place In Independent Bowling Loop Mace Eliminates Vigeant From State Welterweight Picture Carey Mace, of Hartford, scored a knockout over former state welterweight champ Frankie Vigeant of 'Thomaston, in the seventh round 'of a scheduled 10-rounder last night at the ' Hartford Auditorium. The loss knocked Vigeant out of contention for a shot at the state title. . ~ , Mace spent most of the first six rounds backing away from Vigeant, but while doing that, he had his left continually in the Thomaston fighter's face, cutting It to ribbons. • Finally the Thomaston battler made one last ditch attempt for a knockout, succeeded in staggering Mace with a stiff right hand.. but was in turn 1 dropped to the canvas by a whistling right. The count was never finished. Vigeant cast one pleading look to his corner and another at Referee John Cluney and that was all. He had been cut over both eyes. His left crb had swollen shut. Jlood had poured from his nose rom the second round on. He just firew every last ounce of his ebb- ng strength into that seventh ound attack and when it failed e didn't have anything left. The .weights were Mace 150 and Hgeant 146. Mace earned the right o fight Sal DiMartino for a shot t the sta,te title currently held by 7ic Cardelli 100-Mile Race Slated For Langhorn, Pa., Sunday, Oct. 16 Langhorne, Pa., Oct. 5—Final placing in the American Automobile Association's 1949 national championship point standing are certain to be affected by results of the 100-mile big car race listed fo'r Sunday, October 16, at Lang home -Speedway. Johnny Parsons, Van Nuys, Calif., has been' the most consistent performer in AAA-sanctioned big uar auto racing this season. Next to Parsons, a speedster from Milwaukee, Wis.. Myron Fohr, has scored repeatedly. Finally a victor in the annual Bill Holland, Read- :hiru !n vhe national Memorial Day 500-mile classic at Indianapolis, <ng, stands championship point standing parade despite the 1,000 points he picked up through his triumph at the Hoosier raceway. These drivers, along with every other Indianapolis-registered chauffeur, have been invited to compete at Langhorne on October 16. The race will be restricted to Indianapolis type cars. Time trials are to get umier way at 12:'15 p. m. with the main event listed to start at 3 p. m. Waterbury Exchange Club Leases Land For Little League Field The Waterbury Exchange Club has leased a tract of land from the city of Waterbury, north o£ Rolling Mill Field, for .$1 a year, for the construction of a Little League Stadium. The club plans to spend between $60,000 and $75,000 to build the Stadium, club house, locker room and refreshment stand. The financing will be by collections taken up, the. same as is done in 3STaugatuck. Braves Assign Three Players To Royals Boston, Oct. 5—(UP)—The Boston Braves have assigned the contracts of three players to the Montreal Royals of the International League as part of the deal which brought Sam Jethroe and Bob Addis to the Tribe. The (players sent to Montreal are outfielder Don Thompson, third baseman Dee Phillips and pitcher al Epperly. Thompson was with the Braves until early June when he went to Rochester of the International League on option. In 94 games he had a batting average of .217. Phillips and Ej-Jperly were with the Bravelj'' Milwaukee Farm club in ithe American association all season. Phillips ( had a .286 batting mark in 139 games. Epperly pitched in 25 games and had a recohd of 12 wins and 10 losses. For The Best In Jewelry C.H.Tomlinso Neary Building Naneatuck, Conn. Springfield, UConn Game Saturday M'ay Be Hi^h Scoring Affair Storrs, Conn., Oct. 5 — A sellout crowd is almost a certainty Saturday when Springfield and Connecticut come to grips in a foot- aall -'natural" at Pratt Field in Springfield. Both teams are expected to be in top condition for a contest which has all the earmarks ot being a wide open .free-scoring affair. Definitely one of the strongest small college teams in New England, Springtle^d will enter the game fresh from two easy triumphs. The Gymnasts walloped Cortland, 300, and then rolled up 35 points in a powerful first half showing against Maine last week. From all indications this week in practice sessions, the Uconns will feature a passing attack Saturday. While Coach J. O. Christian's men were not too impressive through the air against A.I.C, last week, one of the two TDs scored against the Springfield school was a 63-yard pass from Henry Zaleski. to Frank DeZenzo. If the Connecticut passes show some signs of clicking against the Gymnasts, it may open up the defense and allow the Uconns to put a better-than-average ground game to work. The Uconns thave been getting ready for the game all week. The varsity defensive players have had the Springfield plays run against them time after time, while the offensive unit has been brushing up on timing and assignments and learning new plays. All of the players as well as the coaches have also been busy studying pictures of last year's game when Springfield won, 10-7. Christian has warned his players repeatedly that the Gymnasts have • essentially the same men back, including Keith King, whose field goal won the game a year ago. Also still around for Springfield will be Bill Friberg, a triple threat back, and Bob D'Agostino, who scored all of his team's touchdowns against Maine. . Advance Ticket Sale or Saturday's Game Starts Tomorrow Raymond K. Foley, Acting Prln- ipal and Director of Athletics at Vaugatuck High school, announced oday that there will be an advance ale of both student and adult tick- Is' for Saturday night's game with 7orrington, starting tomorrow at he High school office. The game s slated to start at 8 o'clock Sat- irday evening, under the lights at Recreation Field. Student and adult tickets will go in sale tomorrow afternoon, after chool. There will also be a sale Friday morning at recess and Friday afternoon after school. The parking lot outside of Rec- eation Field will again be open; Mr. Foley said. The gate leading o the field from the parking lot will also be open for entrance to he field. Match Dog Show Scheduled Tomorrow Newtown, Conn. — The 27th monthly match dog show of the Newtown Kennel Club will be held in Edmond Town Hall to r morro i w evening beginning at 8 o'clock. The ishow ,to be held under t sanction of the American Kennel Club,- will : be judged by professional handlers John Murphy of Allendale, N. J., ayJ' Ernest Loeb 6'f New York City. Entries will be accepted at the d'oor for all A. K. C.—registered dogs which do not have ehampion- shilp points. A children's handling class, open to children "up to 16 years of age, is also scheduled. "Jiggs" Donahue Dies In Boston John P. (Jiggs) Donahue, M, former Boston Red S5ox and Waterbury BraHHCOH, of the Eastern League, baseball player, died yesterday at his home in Boston. Donahue played in the Eastern League from 1919 to 1927. He was with Waterbury from 1922 to 1927. He had been associated with the Boston playgrounds in recent years. Liquefied petroleum gas is used in more than 5,500,000 homes in the U. S. McLachlan Heads State Golf Assn. TJanbury, Conn., Oct. 5—(UP) — The Connecticut State Golf asso elation has a new president. Georgi A.. McLachlan of Danbury was ilected at the organization's annua meeting. He succeeds Robert M Grant of Wethersfield. Other officers named are Charle; C. Clare of Race Brook, first vice president; Louis K. Ives of K ford, second vice-president; Rober D. Pryde of Race Brook, honorary •secretary and treasurer, William H. Neale of Yale, secretary an treasurer and Veggo F. Larser,. o New Haven, team captain. Wins Three Straight From Dalton Guards I Mazeika's won three matches rom the Dalton Guards last night, iO move into sole possession ,of irst place in the Independent Bowling League. Paced by Ken Stauffer who urned in strings of 97, 129 and 111 or a 337 total, the Winers won ach game handily. Bob Mariano, with strings of 114, 111 and 96, opped the losers who were bowing with only three men. Co. F, National Guard .-.moved into econd place in the standings, by aking three games from the Nau- ?atuek News. The News team dad ed the league until last night, with ix wins without a loss. Last night's lefeats dropped them to third ilace. Ken Woodfield turned in a spar- tling 132 string and Bill Coffey a 39 set. Charlie Kohn, with .strings Df 91, 95 and 109, topped the losers. In the final, match of the evening, Sarn's Service swept three names from the Coffee Shoppe. lacDonald, of the losers and Melbourne, of the winners, tied for high single with 122. Melbourne ook high three with 332. The standings are as follows- Jazeika's g Co. F :...,'..'.'.'. 7 Vaug, News [. 6 Sam's Service 5 Dalton Guards .889 .778 .667 .556 .099 .000 Koff ee Shoppe '.. o 9 Slove Co. Blanks Rubber In Dusty Bowling Play, 3-0 Lou Ethier rolled scores of 143 in d 353 as his Goodyear Glove team upset the TJ. S. Rubber Co., 3-0, in he feature match of the National Division of the Naugatuck Indus- rial Council Bowling League this week. Ethier won both individual prizes is the Glovers moved into a tie for irst place. Earl Hankey bowled 133 to lead the Keds. Oscar Tampollini and Bob Cur- .iss moved the Lewis Engineering o a top spot by bowling 327 each :o pace the Engineers to a three rame victory from Parson's Screw. Bob Anderson had a 347 set for he losers. Formatic and Bronson's came out on the long end of 2-1 scores over Risdon and Megin Co. re- GOES FOR 'GATORS--— By Alon Movw Joe Chabot was top Formntic ami Steve ifale Faces Strong Foe In Columbia New Haven, Oct. 5—The man dong the talking was Herman Hickman, Yale's head football coach, but the team he was talking aboui was Columbia. It isn't often that a head coach can talk about a coming opponent with such a degree of authority, but in Hickman's case he is speaking about what he himsel saw. Because when Yale's game wilth Fordham was canceled last week-end, Herman sat in at Baker Field as the Lions wrapped up Har vard, 14 to 7. "Columbia looked exceptionallj well drilled for the soptiomore nrroup I was expecting to see," sale Herman ,and added, "no coach has ever done a better job of getting sophomores ready than Lou Little has done with his current team." Ho continued: 'I saw something that few laymen notice-^-the defensive strength of the team—which is much better than it was a year ago." Last year a Harvard team, probably not as strong as the 1949 edi- :ion, rolled up 33 points against Columba, but on Saturday one first minute touchdown was all the Crimson could garner. As a matter of fact in nine games last season the Lions were nicked for 177 points, an average of three touch- dpwns per contest. In two games this -year, they have been scored on just twice. Hickman was lavish in his praise of Vern Wynott, the 18-year-old Belmont, Mass., beauty who ran back a Crimson kickoff for 91 yards, and termed Leon VanBell- ingham "about the hardest running back in the East." jpect.'vely. >ov. ler for Ji'gwlshen led the Bronsdnites. Standing- Goodyear Glove., 6 3 .666 ,ewis Engineering.. 6 3 .666 J. S. Rubber Co 5 4 .555 Risdon Mfg. Co 5 4 .555 W. J. Megia .... 5 4 .555 Tormatic Co 4 5 .444 Sronson Mfg. Co... 4 5 .444 Parson Screw Prod. 1 8 .125 NESCO PORTABLE ROOM HEATER S10.95 WEISS BEN FRANKLIN STORE CHURCH ST. IfAtrOATCCK stores TO GAM TMS SAMS A VNAN/MQUS CHQtCS ALCAZAR NOW FLAYING Dan Dalley — Celeste Holm Alan Young in "CHICKEN EVERY SUNDAY" and MOM Presents "Some Of The Best" 40 Minutes of Film Fame With An AH Star Cast "KMHttMH. TODAY, WED. and THUBSDAY "THE SNAKE PIT" with Olivia De Havilland Mark Stevens Leo Genn also "Ladies of the Chorus'! with Adele Xergens Marilyn Monroe /NIK Rod CAMERON! 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