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PAGE 6—JfAPGATUCK yEWS^(COim.),jyEDNE§DAY. OCT. 12 ,1949 Major League All-Stars Play At Torrington Tomorrow Night "Spec" Shea Member Of Barnstormers Birdie Tebbetts' Major League All-Stars will open their New England barnstorming tour with a double header today. An afternoon game~"is slated for Stamford and a night tilt at Bridgeport. Frank '•'Spec" Shea of Naugatuck. is listed as one of the hurlers with the club. It is possible that "Spec" will see action when the All-Stars take on the Torrinfe- ton Braves at Fivssenich Park. Torrington, tomorrow evening. ' Gus Nirahos of the New York Yankees will help Birdie with tho catching. Pitchers on the squad are Art Houtteman of Detroit, Joe Colp- man of Arlington, Mass., and the Philadelphia Athletics, Shea of the New York Yankees, and Boh Savage of Manchester, N. H., and the San Diego Padres, recently of the Philadelphia Athletics. Johnny Pesky of the "Red Sox will play third base alongside of Eddie Pellagrini of Boston and the St. Louis Browns, shortstop. Snuf- fy Stirnweiss of the Yankees wtll play second and Mickey Vernon of Cleveland's Indians,, first base. Dom EiMaggio of the Red Sox win play centerfteld with Detroit's Vlv Wertz in right and Dick Kokos of the St Louis Browns in left. Sherry Robertson .of the Washington Senators, will be utility infielder and outfielder. The schedule after todav oalls for games at Torrinsrton,' Conn., Thursday (nig-ht) Oct.13; Hartford Conn., (night) Oct. 14; Rochester! N. Y. .Oct. 15 (Day); Oct. 16. Berlin. N. H-.. (day); Or-t. 13, Presque Isle, Maine, (day); Oct. 20. Portland. Maine, (nisrh't); Oct' 21 and 22 open; Oct. 23, Monpelier Vt., (day). Pending are gnmes at Halifax. Stellarton and Kentville, N. S. Polio-Stricken Yale Fullback Released From Hospital "ew Haven. Oct. 12—(UP) Vale's third-string fullback, Dale Liechty, is out of the hospital after being treated two weeks for a mild case of polio. Uechty's illness forced canccla- tion of the Fordham game a week ago Saturday. Medical authorities say there is only an "outside chance" that he will be able to play again before the season is over. At the Cornell game Saturday, he will serve as a spotter in the press box. ights Practice Tomorrow Evening The Naugatuck Knights, amateur football team, will practice tomorrow evening at 6:30 o'clock it Recreation Field. AH team mem- .bers are requested to report for 'the drill. The Knights opened their season Sunday afternoon and dropped 3. thrilling, 14-13 decision to the Waterbury Bulldogs; A last-period spelled defeat for the locals. UConns Get First Yankee Conference Test Saturday Storrs, Conn., Oct. 12—Connecticut's football team gets its first Yankee Conference action Satui'day when it travels to Orono to take on a rejuvenated Maine eleven. Soundly beaten last week bv a Springfield College squad described by Coach J. O. Christian as "one of the strongest teams in New England," the UConns will be up against a team fresh from a 26-1-3 victory over New Hampshire, the defending conference champion. Maine showed by that triumph that it has the ability to bounce back (the Bears had been beaten, 35-0, by Springfield the week before) . Earlier in the week, Christian had said that the UConns would have to be in top shape to beat Maine Saturday. Up to now it looks like the UConns may go into the game in better physical condition than at any other time this fall. Back in the lineup for Connecticut will be George Bleuher, the veteran Winsted guard who was missed BO much against Springfield. Bleuher was felled by a bad cold early last week. His strength returned, the 190-pounder will be ready to go again Saturday. St-v- eral other UConns, hampered by minor ailments all last week, are fully recovered and will be ready for full-time -duty against Maine. , Contact work in big doses has been Connecticut's lot all week, with Christian seeking-an offensive combination that will click. Just as the week before the emphasis has been on the aerial game in which the UConns still are weak, despite the fact that they scored against Springfield via the air. Christian also put a lot of time in on pass defense, another weak department lor the UConns. COACHED UNBEATEN TEAM Worcester, Mass.—Bart Sullivan, ' head trainer and famed track coach, directed the Crusaders to their only unbeaten and untied season. Back in 191S, Bart's team played two games. Big Ten Reported Unhappy Over Rose Bowl Pack Tie-Up (By United Press) It's reported that the Big 10 is unhappy over its Rose Bowl tie-uu with the Pacific Coast conference. The report was carried in a national publisation. It says a majority of Big Ten schools favors dropping the Rose Bowl pact when it expires Jan. 1. 1951. This publication reports that the Minnesota president, Dr. J. Louis Merrill, is heading Big Ten opposition to any renewal of the pact, which virtually guarantees that a Western Conference team will play in the Rose Bowl. Merrill is reported to nave three objections to the pact. They are: A.dded pressure on coaches to win, failure of the pact to improve over-all relations between the two conferences and failure of the agreement to prevent what he calls "sinning'- in athletic policies. The publication lists Ohio State, Illinois. Indiana and Purdue as supporters of Merrill's anti-pact stand. When asked about this report, Vic Schmidt, the Pacific Coast conference commissioner, had only guarded comments. "Since neither conference has discussed the matter," said Schmidt, "the question of renewing the pact hasn't been in order." 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Last Wednesday, Italian heavyweight Enrico Bertola died of injuries suffered in a bout with Lee Oma at Buffalo, N. Y. Bussey was the 14th fighter in the world to | die this year as the result of ring injuries. He was the ninth in this country and the first in Michigan In 10 years. Busey was taken to the hospital immediately after Rawlings won on a T-K-O after nine rounds of the Detroit bout. He was still unconscious ; when a Detroit brain specialist, Dr. John Webster, removed a blood clot within two hours after entering the hospital. Bussey did not regain consciousness. The Michigan boxing commission physician, Dr. Joseph Cahalan, says Bussey suffered a severe hemorrhage between the brain and the skull. WILDCAT WOW! Coach Paul Brown Angered Over Loss To San Francisco Threatens Shake-up Unless Club Bounces Back (By United Tress) Coach Paul Brown threatens to break up the Cleveland Browns if, as he put it, "they don't bounce back." Brown obviously still is boilini; mad over Cleveland's humiliating 56-28 loss to the San Francisco 49'ers on Sunday. It -.vas the first defeat in 30 ail- American Conference games for Ihe defending champs. And Brown thought it an unnecessary one. "It gripes me that we gave the 49'ers all those touchdowns," ox- plains the Cleveland coach. "We arent that bad a team. The players who made us look bad are on the spot from now on. Either they deliver, or else." Brown admits that the licking didn't surprise him too much. "We had this, beating coming,' he said. "We haven't been right all year." When asked to explain the loss, the Cleveland coach answered: "We played against the 49'ers as If we thought we could come back and take the lead any time we wanted to. But we were up j against a hungry ball club... and lost." Brown blames the defense, "It fell apart Sunday,' he says. He points out that the San Francisco pass receivers ran circles around his defense. I "The loss may have been a good • thing," says the Cleveland coach. | "Maybe now we'll snap out of it. If we don't bounce back against Los Angeles next Friday, I'm going to rack up this.club.' Wings, Bruins Clash In National Hockey Loop Opener Tonight Detroit, Oct. 12—(UP)—The National Hockey season swings into action tonight. The opener sends the Boston Bruins against the Red Wings at Detroit. These two teams pulled the only major trade of the off- season. Former Red Wing players Bill Quackenbush and Pete Horeck have broken into Boston's first line. On the other hand, the three players Boston gave up, Clare Martin, Pete Babando and Jimmy Peters, haven't been able to replace any of the Detroit regulars. George Boucher of Boston, the only new National League coach, says he's confident that Quackenbush and Horeck will start showing Ibcir stuff after one game. The other National League clubs open competition tomorrow. By Sunday night, all six clubs will have seen action. The Stanley Cup champion Toronto Maple Leafs are as confident as ever. "Sure the league is going to be tougher," says Manager Conny Smythe, "but 'reVja. lot tougher too." British Champion Decisions Mead London. Oct. 12—(UP)—Game but outmatched Pete Mead of Grand Rapids, Mich., lost a bloody ten- round decision last night to the middleweight boxing champion of the British empire, Dave Sands of Australia. The bout was held at Harringay Arena in London and the crowd of more than 10,000 stood and cheered Mead as he left the ring. Mead tired trying to trade punches with the heavier hitting Sands but almost snatched a victory with his clever boxing in the late stages of the fight. The American had his worst moment near the end of the sixth round when he was tagged with a right uppercut to the jaw. However, he stayed on his feet and Sands never could catch up to him again. Sands weighed in at 162 1-2 to Mead's 160 pounds. Mazeika's Increases Lead In Independent Bowling League Mazeikr.'s swept thron framra from Thn Nanirntnck News in the Independent Bowline; League last flight, to incrensc their first yilaeo lei<l ovnr Co. P to three games. Bill Ma^eika and Don Miller were the bie purls for the winners, turning in 310 and 307 totals. i"!h!>rlin Kohn and Dick Murphy featured for the losers. Sam's Service moved into 1hit"l place bv taking two out of three from Co. F. The winners copped thn first and third innines, drop- n f n£^ thn middle one by nine pins. Bill Coffee of Co. F was hieh man with 131. Bob Mariano took high three with 335. In the final match of the evening, the Koffee Shoppe won Its first Rame. of the season, defeating the Dalton Guards 482-448 In t.he final string, after dropping the first two. The standings: W. 11 8 7 Mazeika's Co. F Sam's Service Naug. News ...... 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But he's not (pessimistic and is looking for "thcne flrst two points in the new season." The fact that the Reds beat the Boston Braves 4-1 in an exhibition tends to increase the regard for the Rhode Islanders. Despite a knee injury being nulled by newcomer Wes Trainor, a eentt* "down from the Rangers, the Ramblers shape up well except fpr fi deficiency in manpower on defense.' As a result Steve Hrymnak, utility man, is likely to be behind the blue line tonight and also in New Haven tomorrow nisht. Major defenisitve factor in New Haven's favor is the presence off Emile. (Cat) Francis' in the nets. . Francis is rated as one of the top goal tenders in hockey, and that takes In the National League. Miguel Acevedo Decisions Dunn Hartford, Oct. 32—(UP)—Miguel Acevedo of Havana decisioned George Dunn of Hartford last night Jn a lack-lustre 10-round bout before 1,200 disgruntled customers. Referee Billy Couway gave the Cuban eight rounds and Dunn one, calling the remaining one even. There were no knockdowns and so little action that the official must have had a tough time determining who had the edge. ByAianMavM Derby Semi-Pro Gridder Undergoes Emergency Operation Derby, Oct. 12 —(UP)—An 18- year-old semi-pro football player was in "fair" condition today after an emergency operation. Anthony Bucchino was hurt in a game Sunday. His injuries at first did not appear serious, but later he took a turn for the worse and was taken to a hospital. Doctors said that his right kidney had to be removed to save his life. voreo rye MOST VALUABLE //V TME WESrERA 1949, CtfAMP/OAl TEAMMATES Off? TO A GOOD START A CO#F£f*£AC-e T/TLE TO At! Helen Ploss Sets Rubber Co. Girls' Bowling League Mark Helen Ploss established new seasonal records for the Monday division of the U. S. Rubber Co. Girls' Interdepartment Bowling League by rolling a 146 single and 379 set this week. Paced by Miss Ploss, the Style Gaiter team won both team prizes while downing Joan • Dillon's Cagers in the first two games of their match. The best they could manage in the final game was a tie which will be played off this coming week. Angle Gejda starred for the Cagcrs. Nancy Hurner's Cutups cut "up Doris La Fontaine's Tigers in three straight games. Ruth Hare and Ann Galvin featured for their respectiva teams. Eunice Ahrens rolled a 335 set as Rose Brenia's Gems outshone Jean Dominiczak's Wildcats, 2-1. Evelyn Lewis and Helen Washes were high bowlers for the losers. Ann Zeranski's Keds, dark horsej in the pennant race, continued their streak with a 2-1 win from Ida Gargonia's Streamers. Agnes Tiso rolled a 316 set for the winners, and Joan Ferrara was high bowler for the Streamers. The final match between Millie Fairchild's Hopefuls and Sophie Hcaly's Bluchers went, to the Hopefuls, 3-0, with Captain Fairchild leading the way. Alfreda Krayeski rolled a 281 set for the Bluchers. * Former Mich. State Grid Mentor Dies (By United Press) One former football coach has died, and the coach at Cincinnati was hurt in an automobile accident yesterday. John Macklin, the man who coached Michigan State into football prominence, died of a heart attack Monday in Philadelphia, where he ran a coal business. Macklin. a native of Worcester, Mass., and a backfield star at Pennsylvania, took over the head coaching job at Michigan State in 1011. During his five years at Michigan State, the Spartans lost only three games and went unbeaten in 1913 and 1915. Getting back to that auto accident in Cincinnati, Coach Sid Gilman and his assistant, George Blackburn, suffered serious injuries when their car collided with another auto at an intersection. Blackburn suffered internal injuries and a possible rupture of the spleen. Gilman fractured a. rib. Reyfjs To Train With Giants In Spring New York, OctS 12—(UP)—The New York baseball Giants have announced that Napoleon Reyes, a utility player in 1943 and 1944, will report for spring training next year at Phoenix, Arizona. Reyes, a Cuban who was with the Giants before jumping to the Mexican league, has been re-Instated by Commissioner A. B. Chan- dleV. CUBAN INDEPENDENCE Cuba became an independent country May 20, 1902. EXPERT BODY WORK Complete Painting Facilities Wrecker nnd Towing Service Estimates Furnished Bud got Plan Available , The Nangutuck Fuel Co. FORD DEALER Phone 5236 ALCAZAR NOW PLAYING Jeanne Grain — Madeleine Carroll George Saunders in "THE FAN" , and Charlie Trlppi — Sid Luckman Other Football Stars in "TRIPLE THREAT" miMY-SAMIHI HORMA-OITO BOLIVAR-TATO tJULIA BI^6EaiOWZ-CIIIH05AHT()J^ tNTfRTAINERSintkWORI IT'S COMING BACK 8 BIG VODVIL ACTS EVERY FRI. & SAT. 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Bosox Buy Hurler From Sacramento Boston, Oct. 12—(UP)—The Boston Red Sox announco they have purchased the contract of a 30- year-old pitcher from the Sacramento Club of the Pacific Coast League. He is righthander Robert Gillespie. The deal was for cash and the purchase price was not revealed. Gillespie pitched in 39 games for Sacramento this season and had a record of 17 wins and 13 losses. KENT A. CUTAWAY FOB THA* IMPORTANT EVEHT1 W« C«i> Fit KOM, T«« IMBIMBO'S PALL TEEM NOW OPEN Office Opra 8:80 A. H. to I:SO P. M. POST JUNIOR COLLEGE "A Central Ave. Waterbury Phonp 4-8772 LEWIS CARROLL The Dealer on the gq»r« CKSTFR SQCAHK - CORXEB PROSPECT * I7XIO.V gTUEETfl Barclay Tile Board Chrnoi* TrUI Door Fruit* Window g.,h * FraiM» Pilot i Floor Nude™ tor IUM TELEPHONE (484 PRICES DROPPED TO A NFW LOW. Compare Price and Quality KstabUHhed 1X59 . M«.TV «T. WATKRBTTRT SECURITY Does your Insurance give adequate protection today* DO I'Ot; HAVE ITT Sec NAUGATUCK INSURANCE AGENCY INC. 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