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PAGE 6—NAPGATPCK L _NEWS^JCOgy.).THURSDAY, OCT_13, 1949 Greyhounds To Be At Full Strength For Shelton Tilt Jimmy McCann May Bolster Aerial Attack Coach George F. Goodwin's Naugatuck High School football team Is expected to be back at full strength for Saturday r.ljjht's clash with Shelton High, slated for 8 o'clock at Recreation Field. Ten of the locals suffered injuries in last week's bruising battle with Torrington, but most were of the minor variety and the youths have shaken them off during the week. The number of injuries received in the Torrington tilt made it necessary for Coach Goodwin to insert several players into the game who had not seen varsity action before. In the light of what transpired, it may be that in one of them he has found'the solution to what has been his biggest problem this year —a passer. The Greyhounds have lacked a passer of any quality all season. Twenty-eight passes have .been thrown in - the three games to date, with five being completed. The locals have a better average o£ pass interceptions, having snared seven of their opponents' tosses. McCann • The answer to this problem may be Jimmy McCann, *. sophomore halfback who broke into his first varsity game against the Big Red. Jimmy was sent into the game in the last quarter and threw four .passes, two of which were completed for a total of 43 yards, with one covering 24 yards for a touchdown. Jim showed promise of becoming a good runner also, picking up 11 yards in two tries. Monday, in a JV game against the Shelton sec- i onds. his passes set up the lone j touchdown which gave the Garnet ] a 7-6 victory. He provided the winning margin by drop-kicking the extra point. In both games his passing wag the outstanding feature and although rushed' on more than one occasion managed to get off long, accurate tosses. In the JV game, he recovered a bad pass from center which went over his head, dodged two or three • would-be tacklers and threw a pass which put the Greyhounds on the Shelton five-yard line, from where they ultimately scored. With Charlie .Alegi, the Garnet's hard-running All-State candidate, Bob "Red" White and Bob Rabtoy able to pick up yardage through and arour.d the line and McCann available to provide gains by the aerial route, the locals should provide stiff opposition for their heavily-favored down-valley opponents. Three Considered For Job As Manager Of Cincinnati Reds (By L 7 nited Press) The field of candidates for the job as manager of the Cincinnati Reds apparently has narrowed down to three. Cincinnati President Warren Giles says Luke Sewell. Jewel Ens and Al Vincent are the "possibilities" to take over as successor to Bucky Walters. Sewetl, a former St. Louis Brown manager, is a coach for the Reds. Ens managed Syracuse of the International League and Vincent Style Gaiters Hold First Place Lead In Rubber Co. League Jon Kloc.'s Style Gaiters maintained their hold on first place in the Men's Intcrdepartment Bowling League of the U. S. Rubber Co. with a decisive 3-0 win over Earl Hankcy's 'Tennis Mill-Mold last ni5fht. aced by Ed BozenriU who rolled a *U7 set, the GaytecTnen von b.>th team prizes with scores of 61S and 1643. Gene Gladding was high man for the Moldors. while Ouptain Kloc of the loaders won individual high single with n 11' garn». Matty Janhowski had a 135 single and 360 set to load Chuck Johnson"; Waterproof Pasici.iK to a shutout win from Walt Duda.s' Outsole Cutting. Kas Marciszor^.k added 333 for the winnets and Bob Bennett hit 335 for the le>sers. Ray Carnorjli rolled pnrras of 121, 117. and 126 for a 354 tota.; to win individual high three as hi.s Mill Room team took throe sames from Tr-nnis Stitching. Maurice Benoit aided the winner? with a 337 set. Tennis Making xipset the Boot Roem 2-1 in the final match of the evening 1 , as Bernie Fredericks banned out a 355 score. Frederic!::)'' timely marks in the fi«t and third cranes gave the Makers those games while Charlie Anjrio- lillo and Stan Bottorf combined to win the second game for the Booters. STANDING Style Gaiters 13 Wtnf. Packing .. Tennis Making . . Mechanical Boot Room . .. Wtpf. Mill Room Tennis Mill-Mold Outsole Cutting ' i Tfnnis Stitching- .... n • 2 2 j 5 7 6 S 15 .8C6 .833 .6';6 .583 .533 .500 .OoO .000 Holy Cross Court Squad To Play 18 Games This Season Worcester, Mass.. Oct. 13 The Holy Cross basketball team will play 28 games this season, according to the schedule announced today bv Eugene F. Flynn, Director of Athletics for .the College. A three-game Christmas trip during which the Crusaders will play Xavier at Cincinnati, Bowling Green at Cleveland and Syracuse at Svracuse is one of the many highlights. | The number of games has been increased by one over last year, and the schedule is featured by nine home games, all to be played in the Worcester Auditorium. The home games have been increased by six over last year in an effort to have more Worcester and Worcester County fans see the team play at home rather than have to go to Boston. Trinnity, Fordham, Boston College, Georgetown, Providence College. Brown, Colgate, the New York Athletic Club and Valparaiso will all appear in Worcester. Seven games will be played in Boston, cither at the Garden or in the Arena, as against 12 last year. The Crusaders will appear in handled Tulsa of the Texas circuit. New York three times during the Both are Cincinnati farm teams. Giles says he spoke to Bill Terry, nne-time New York Giant manager, during the World Series.' "Terry was interested." says Giles, "but not enough to convince me he really wants the job. "I'm looking for a mao who really wants to manacc the Reds," ex- plans Giles. "Not because it is a big league berth, but because he is convinced he can be a success at the job." 28-game campaign. New-comers on tha schedule are Trinity, New York University, University of Kansas, Xavier of Cincinnati, Syracuse and Valparaiso. The University of Kansas, Xavier and Syracuse appear on the scheduled for the first time. Missing from last year's card will be Kentucky, .Tufts, Tulane. t^asalle of Philadelphia, Manhattan, Temple, Boston University and Canisius. A GEM FOR BETTE'S COLLECTION SOONERS' SOCKER By Alan Mavtr OP OKLAHOMA, T Bl-o TtiE SCHOOL'S n? ffe TOO Dittributfl tr Kief Ftiturt* ifaiicftf' Pitches Tonight $|j ea E xpec t e j Hurl For Braves Against All-Stars Frank "Spec" Shea, of Ifauga- tuck, New York Yankee hurler, ts expected to be on the mound for the Torrington Braves tonight, when thuy play Birdie Teb- hetts Major League All-Stars, at Fuessenleh Park. Torrington. The game is slated for 8:15 o'clock. American Baseball Players Arrive In Tokyo; Play Saturday (By United Press) Japanese baseball fans are gct- 'ing their first look at an American baseball team since the war. Lefty O'Doul. manager of San Francis- oo of the Pacific Coast league, and 10 players arrived in Tokyo yesterday by plane. Most of the play- •\rs are from the San Francisco team. The Americans will open a 10- -ame tour on Saturday against the Tokyo Giants. Crowds of some 50,X)0 are expected to see each game. One of the stars, Shikeyoshi Matsu- •nae. is getting ready for the Oct. 26 game between the Americans and the Japanese All-Stars. Matsumae has invented a little radget for the notoriously weak- voiced Japanese announcers to wear. It's a midget ultra-short wave radio transmitter. Ball and strike calls will be picked up by l loudspeaker in the stands. Birdie Tebbetts' Major All-Stars won two games yesterday to got thrir 1949 barnstorming trip off to a flying-.start. The All- Stars downed a Stamf.jrd team, 8-2, in the afternoon and routed a Bridgeport team, 20-1, in an p.rc- ?ight contest.- Frank "Spec" Shea, of Nau- gatuckjr hurled for the Major Lenguers in the Bridgeport tilt. He went three innings, allowing one hit, and no runs. He walked two, struck out one and hi 1 ; ons batter. Toaicht, the A'.l- Stars will play the Torrington Rraves at Fus- senich ark. "Spec" is expected tc hurl for the Bravos with Ra.e Scarborough, of the War.hinsrton Senators, twirling for the "All- Stars. The tilt is slated to otarf. at 5:15 o'clock. Ramblers Defeat Providence, 7-5 The !Mew "Haven n.-imblnrs opened their Am^rl^im Hockey L.(.igao reason by bl?stin.tr nut n 7-5 victory over the Provictenc; nnda l^.H nisht at Providence-. Th" Rairrfblers slammed home five iroals in .seven rain'itos in the f-c'sond period, over'.:omirt, <\ 3-0 'o.ad. The Reds r.-ime baciit with a 'Toal in thn thii-d period, which ">-•: n-ritched by the ntnnhlrr.s. The teams mntcherl £oa!s ag;i.in in the final seconds. Toniprht the- Hr.mblor.s -*'i'l lie hos'. to the P.ed'-j at the Now H;i.- v? i Arena. OiSIRVINO NATIONAl Newspaper Week, actress Bette Davis, In New York, examines a first copy of the Hart/ord Courant, part of her collection of early Americana. "As the oldest continuously published paper In the US.," Bette noted, "The Courant, founded in 1764, Is • symbol •f America'* frtddus freedom ol the cres*." (International! OLD RIVALS Wor-est.er, Mass. —Holy Cross and Boston College hnvc mnt cno'n Dthcr on thr jfrldlron rvory yoin 1 sii\«n 18(l(S, with t.he exception of 1943. Indians Leading K. Of C. Bowling League By Two Games The Indians clung- to their two- irimp ]fid in th» Knights of Columbus Bowling League this week, hy defeating the White 3ox, two games to one. High man for thr .winners was Chuck Waskowioz, who turned in a 131 irlngle and 336 total. Frank Wylong was the best for the losers. In the other match of the cve- nincr, the Red Sox defeated the Yankees, 2-1. L; Russo was high man with a 144 single and 362 total. Rr;v. Tataiadge turned in a 115 singrle and 315 set for the lc-.;crs. W. U Pet. Indians 10 2 .833 Red Sox ... 8 4 .667 Yankees 3 n .250 White Sox 3 9 .25Ci Knights Play Cheshire Townies Sunday At Recreation Field The Kaugatuck Knights, p.ma- te-jr football tcrum, will piny- 1 its second game cf the season Sun- dny afternoon, whnn it is hoist lo the Cheshire Townies, at 2:30 o'clock at Rc.p.reation Field. The Knights opened t,h«ir Benson 1/jt Sunday, losing to the W.'itcrb'jry Bulldogs, 14-13. The .T:irzlnski brothers, Fd and Ray, of Beacon Falls, wore both inhii-ed in last v/eeh's contest • and will be unable to play this, week. P..iy -'"or-od on? of t>ie locals' two touchdowns against the Bul'dpgs The Knightn will pvaetico this evening at 6:30 o'clock at Recreation Field. BIGGEST MAN ON SQUAD Wo re es te r. Mass. — The tallest and heaviest man on the 1949 Holy Cross football sqund is Rnymond M. fjagonl, u native of Chlcftjfo, 111. Hi; %voigh.s 299 poundH, and stands iiix feet eight Inches. OJEDA COUNCIL, K. OF C. Tresents Their COLUMBUS DAY DANCE SATURDAY, OOTOBEE 15, 1949 Falcon Hall School Street GREG PHELAN and HIS BAND Cabaret Style 0 to 1 Semi-Formal DONATION: $2.50 COUPLE OBTAIN TICKETS FROM MEMBEBS OR AT DOOR Notre Dame, Tulane Clash Touted As Game Of Week Uconns To Be At Full Strength For Clash With Maine Saturday Storrs, Conn., Oct. 13—(UP)— Connecticut's gridders will take along some new weapons when they entrain for Down East territory and their initial Yankee Conference game Saturday with Maine. Just what the new weapons ate is about as super-secret as the A- bomb project and. it is hoped, just about as effective. The new weapons, of course, are of the offensive variety and are designed to give the Uconns a little more to v/ork with. Naturally, the Connecticut coaching staff was far from pleased with the performance against Springfield, but it is felt that with a little sharper offense the Uconns may be able to get back on the right road and hold their own through the rest of the season. It is felt here that everything In the' book will have to be used to beat what has been described as "a.. .spirited Maine squad" that now has a good chance to cop the Conference title by virtue of its 26-13 victory over New Hampshire, the defending champ. The Connecticut staff began warning .the sqaud about the danger of taking Maine lightly immediately following the Springfield game last Saturday. The TJconns were told/ that this 1949 Black- Bear eleven Is far stronger than a year ago when the Uconns ran and passed to a 34-6 victory. Along with their new weapons, the Uconns will be able to bring to bear for the first time since the) Yale game all of their armament. A.11 of the players who had to sit out either the American International contest or the Springiiield affair are ready for full duty again.. I A.nd after one o the hardest practice weeks a Uconn team has ever oeen subjected to, Maine will find | all of those players and their mates I boned to a fine edge and ready to I ;o. I Green Wave Out To Stop Irish Streak Garnet Halfback (By United -Press) The clash between Tulane and 1 Notre Da"me is being touted as the" "dream" game of the coming football weekend. But there are several other top notch contests scattered around the country. The winner of the game between California and Southern California may wind up in the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day. California is un- diefeated but the Bears-have lost their little scatback, Cfiarley Sarver, for the season. Sarver, who scored six touchdowns and averaged 11 yards every time ^i .carried the ball, underwent an operation for a torn leg lipament. Southern Cal has a record of two wins and one dead-lock. Tulane, called the scourge of southern gridirons, will be out to stop Notre Damn's 31-gcjne undefeated string. Notre Dame Coach Frank Leahy says 'potentially, Tulane has the greatest team in the country. But we'll give them a darn grood run." Henry Franka, coach of Tiilane. says his problem is to match Notre Dame's manpower and depth. Minnesota nad Ohio State, tied for the lead in the Big- Ten Conference, meet head-on. Ohio State SScout Esco Sarkkinen say a, "for years Minnesota's Bernie Bierman has fielded isome of the best lines in football, but he always cried for speed, This time," adds Kurk- kinen, "He has both." Bierman moaned, "Ohio State's backs are fast and big-, that's our worry Saturday." North Carolina may run into (rouble with burly Wake Forest. Coach Car! Snavely of.North Caro- Ina says, "We have to stop their runners, particularly Bill Grcgus, Bobby Stutts and Billy Miller." Wake Forest scout 33o>bj>y Kellogg observes, "Charlie Justice is ttio man we must watch. He passes runs nad kicks, and his passing is betler than ever." THE CHINA INN 11 Morrison Ave. Watrrbury Cloned -All Day Mondays Tuesday thru Friday Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Saturday 11 A. VI. to 12 Midnight Sunday 12 Noon to 12 Midnight RAJMO — TEkKVISIOX B.C.A. — Admiral Television Sales and Service SWAN'S Electrical Contractor* Since 1925 25 CKDAR ST. TKL. tflt Army Leads Race For Lambert Trophy New York, Oct. 12— OUP)—Un- defeated Army has a five-point edge over Villanova in the race for the Lambert trophy which is awarded annually to the leading Eastern college team. The kaydets, who won the trdohy last year, polled 995 points. Villanova also is unbeaten 'thfcs season. Hemsley Named Columbus Manager St. Louis Oct. 12—(UP)--The St. Louis Cardinals announce that veteran Catcher Rollie Hemsley has been named 1 manager of their Columbus Farm Club in the American Association. HemsJcy managed Nashville to the Southern Association championship last season Nashville defeated Tulsa in th« Dixie series?. The 42-year-old Hens- Ic-y broke into the majors with th« Pittsburgh Pirates in 1928. Conn. Football Briefs YALE New Haven, Oct. 13— (UP)^-Yals Coach Herman Hicltman has no comment on reports that he. might! Hhake up his Yale backfield in an effort to 'obtain more offensive punch. He said Captain Lev! Jackson is the only sure starter. Even though Yale beat Columbia last Saturday, Hickman -was dissatified with the way his backs iperated. He points out that three of "Yale's five touchdowns were °.et up because of good defensive I play. ' This week while preparing for Cornell, the Blues are concentrating on their offense. LOEWS POLI Tickets Now On SALE at Box Office for Our GALA KIDDIE CARTOON and STAGE SHOW. SAT. MORNING, OCT. 15 9:00 A. M. WESIJEYAN Middletown — Wesleyan Coach Norm Daniels Is working to build up his reserve strength as he puts his charges through their pace? for Saturday's clash with Swarthmore. Daniels explains that last week Coast Quard wore his team down with a two platoon system. Arid he expects that other clubs will seek to do likewise. COAST GUARD New London—Two fourth classmen backs who stood out In scrimmage have been praised by Coast Guard Coach Nela Nitchman. He said that Nat Spadafora and Bill Rellly performed well and would see plenty of action at Kings Point Saturday. TRINITY Hartford—Trinity will hold its last practice session this afternoon before'leaving for Hobart tomorrow morning. The team was strengthened by the return of several men afteT a week's layoff. However, halfback Art French, who was injured last Saturday, is still sidelined. 17th COACH Worcester, Mass.—Dr. William T. Osmanski is the 17th football coacli Holy Cross College has had since it fielded its first team in 1896. 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TP.f. 4Slt Bob Rabtoy, hard-running Naugatuck High school halfback and team tri-captaln who will be seen In action against Shelton High at. Recreation Field Saturday night, Is shown above. Bob was one of the leading ground gainers in last week's Torrington gamijt Enjoy A DELICIOUS SANDWICH at ROOKY'S WAYSIDE KITCHEN Waterbury Road at Watts Mills Open Daily 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Sundays 3 P. M. to 12 Midnight NESCO PORTABLE ROOM HEATER $10.95 WEISS BEN FRANKLIN STORE CHURCH ST. NAUOATTTOK CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS With a Portrait of You! THIJ1ODEAU STUDIO Sfenrj 1 HnilcIiiiR Tel. 834S SCULLY, Florist Flowers for Every Occasion *HO BALDWIN ST. fl'aterbury LEO T. SCULLY. Pi-op. PHONE WAT. 5-7280 Full Line of Fresh Bakeries Every Srinrise HARD BOLLS CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS PUMPERNICKLE BIRTHDAY CAKES CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. 3678 Open Dally 6:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. 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