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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, October 15, 1949
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«— NAPGATTJCK ), SATURDAY, OCT.^16, 1MB Shelton Squad Rated Heavy Favorites Over Greyhounds Clash Tonight At 8 O'CIock At Rec. Field Coach George ~F. Goodwin's Nau- (Ktuck High school .football team fots into action in the Mcond local night game In trie history of the •chopl thU evening at 8 o'clock. at Recreation Field. .And lor the second rtraight week "the locals are underdogs. ' '•.•••',. Cornell Ed Finn's Shelton -squad, big and tut and with a number of VeteraM back from last year's team which' defeated the locals, 33-6, are heavy- favorites to turn the trick av*la , tonight. The visitors will •how a big, sttong line and a big, fast backJUld. Quarterback J. Larson, halfback- B. Granato' and fullback ..A...Pi«acane all jsaw action agalnat, the Greyhounds last year, all accounting foe . considerable ' ' " . .. .... . The, Greyhounds wiU b« back at full strength for the contest and are determined, to put up a good show. ;"" .'. :-..'•'. ... •. ,. Tentative lineups are as follows: Jimagatocfc -. Shetton Carroll (li , : ____ ---- Hellaiier (22) ; Left End Clymer (2») ... ---- Trischman (10) Left Tackle O'Brien (30) .:...;.... Beard (24) Left Guard Fowler (10) .......... Boland (18) - Center Mitchell (17) . . .......... Krill (21) Right Guard DiMarta (M) . ....... . . Anderson (8) • • Right Tackle B. Mates: (15) ....... . . Neater (18) . ,' Right End Crosswait (18) ........ Ijirson (17) Quarterback Rabtoy (3) ........... Granato (6) Left Halfback Alegi («) ..... r. .. ---- Polaski (1) Right Halfback White (21) ......... . . Pisacane (3) Fullback DConn Students Ask Christian's Ouster (By United Press) Students at the University of Connecticut are asking for a shake-up in the coaching staff. Dissatisfaction with the work of head football coach J. O. Christian came out in the open wjth an article appearing in the latest issue of the campus newspaper. • The article was written by ttye Druids, an honorary secret senior society. It was an open'letter.'addressed to university president Albert N^ lorgensen. „ . . .. .The Druids said there was a "ris- buj feeling?' concerning the football team and that "there is friction not only between Ciach '.Christian and his players but between Christian and hia staff as well." The letter warned that "things , can jtet out of, hand, too easily in the form, of dangerous uprisings" If something isn't' done about it. The -Druids asked Dr. Jorgcnsen to make an investigation. Goach Christian* is at Orono, Me., today where the Huskies are play- hifc the University of Maine. He was unavailable for comment. Yale Blues Hope To Stop Powerful Corner 11" today New Haven,. Oct,,.14— The much-. discussed tworplatipon system is. going- to get the severest test of the still young 1949 season today when Tale and Cornell collide in the ' . SHORTEST MAN ON SQUAD Worcester, Mass.—Gerald L. Boii- dreau. a graduate of St; Raphael Academy, Pawtucket, R. I., is the Shortest man on the Holy Cross football squad—he's five feet six . Kickoff time is. at 2 p. m. and with' perfect weather .forecast for the fray, . the .crowd might exceed the 50,000 estimate of Eli athletic officials. However, an eleventh hour announcement »aid that a lot at reserved, seats and thousands of general . admission tickets will be available at.tJifr^Bowl. ..-.'..' This- is one oT .those games .that — as those (familiar with spiorts ,say —has .''caught*: .And why e'hbujdn't it- with .both teams among the 20 major institutions " with perfect season records. ,. ":..,'' Cornell has not yet been, pressed in handily decisiqning -Niagara, 'Colgate and Harvard in .that 'order, while Yaje. likewise has three victories, a 26-0 lacing of, Connecticut, a 33-7 drubbing of. Columbia, and a 100 .--per 'cent .decision. : over polio which was , completed earlier this week ..when .reserve fullback Dale L'iechty, .whose illness forced the cancelation of the Fordham game oh. October 1, was discharged from New Haven Hospital. : ..The pupils of .George (Lefty) James from the glen-notched ridges of Cayuga have produced the most slezllngr offense in the East with such runaway rockets as Frank Miller, Hillary. ChoUet, Jeff Plelschinann, Lyndon Hull, Bernie Barbula and Capt. Paul Girolomo. On the. Other side of the ledger, Yale is the team with a defensive platoon which, in two starts has gone right to the top of 'the class in -that department. It could be that the Elis will not be as effective in stopping a team manned as well as Cornell Is, but. by the same token, it's possible that Cornell, facing its stiffcst test of the campaign, will find that both the primary and secondary barriers of the Bulldogs give ground a little bit more grudgingly. The Cornell team is a veteran one — practically intact .from the 1948 season when they stcamrolled over eight opponents and lost only to Army. 'To help the cause, James has acquired the services of several brilliant sophomores up from the first undefeated freshman team In. 22 years. Braves Buy Third Sacker Bob Reis Boston,' Oct. 15— (UP>— The Boston Braves have purchased the contract of third baseman Robert "Whitey" Reis, who was voted ihc most valuable player in the Northen- league last year. The 20-year-old player from St. Louis played during the past season with Eau Claire, Wisconsin, winners of the league pennant. A student dhring the winter at the University of St. JLouis, Reis batted .337 last season. He's been urdere'd to report for spring training with the Braves. NJKE AIR TODAY) !:(»— WBRY— Stars Over Hollywood" WWCO— World Series ' WATR^-Amerisan Jazz Concert WLCR— Canaan News 1:15— WTIC— Farm & Home Hour "WLCR — Platter Party. News 1:30— WBRY — Give and Take WATR — Old. New, Borrowed Blue 1 :45— WTIC— Football Games 2:00— WBRY— County Fair »VATR— 101 Kanch Boys ' WLCR— News 2:3O— WBRY— Football Roundup' WLCR— Just" For You. •WATR — Campus Music 2:45— WATR— Notre Dame vs. Tulane «:15_WI,CR— Your Serenade 4:30— WWCO— Melody Matinee . WATR — Tea and Crumpets 5:00— WLCR— Music; News 5:15— \VLCR— Birthday Cljib 5:30— WBRY— Stardust Jii. the Afternoon .' WWCO— Matinee Quiz - WTIC— Music .for Today " , -e* n. nmp«. 5:45— WTIC-=-Confidential ' Closc- • ups ' . ' 6:00— ;A1I Stations,— News 6.-15-JWBRY— John A. 'Cluney WATR — Sports: Music . WTIC— Strictly Sports ! WWCO — SporUCope- WLCK — Sports 6:30— WWCO— Naug, Indust.; . Lithuanian Memories WTIC—Symphony Orch. XVBRY— Red Barber WATR— Local and World News WLCR — Supper Serenade 6:45— WATR— The Harmonaires WBRY— Religious News 7:00— WATR— Remember WBRY— Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar WLCR— News Just for You 7:1*— WATR— Bert Andrews 7:30— WATR— Fojoi.ball Scores WWCO— <4uiek As a Plash WBRY— Vaughn Monroe WTIC— Dragnet 7:45— WATR— It's Time for Music 8:00— WBRY— Oene Autry WATR — Chandu the Magician WWCO— 20 Questions WTIC— Star Theater 8:30— WBRY— Philip Marlowe WTIC— -Trulh or Consequences WATR— Gregory Hood WWCO— Take a Number 1:00— WTIC— Y6ur-Hlt Parade WATR— Tommy Dorsey WWCO-Life Begins at 80 WBRY— Gangbusters 9:30— WBRY— Jazz Band Ball WTIC— Dennis Day WWCO— Lombardoland 10:00— WBRY— Sing It Again . .WTIC— Judy Canova WWCO— Chicago 'Theater 10:30— Grand Ole Opry WATR— Barn Dance 11:00— All Stations— News 11:15— WBRY— Nile Shift WTIC— Morton Downey . WATR— Tops in Sports WWCO— Dance Ork. 11:30— WTIC— Surf C!ub Orch. WWCO— Dance Ork. 12:00 — AH (stations-^ Nc;vs TELEVISION P.M. WOBS— Channel z 1:30 — Music, .Pgrri. Preview, Weath• cr - .' ' 1.-45— Sports Film 1:50— Football ' , 6:W— JjlTisic; .Program Review; : , Weather Report. 6:30— Red''. Barber's ' Clubhouse . ,i,"f5— Lucky Pup . •-. . 7:14— Film Shorts 7:30 — Quincy Ho.we : 7:4! — Blurs _by Bargfy 7:55 — Ruthie on the Telephone *00— Winner Take All *:30 — Comedy Film— Premier Playhouse P.M. WNHC-TV— Chnnm-l « 1:00— Teletunes & Sports News 1:35— Sports Film 1:45 — Pro-Game Color 2:00— Harvard vs. Cornell 5:00 — Football Scoreboard 8:15 — News 6:30— Red Barber's Clubhouse .6:45 — Lucky Pup Resume M5— Film 'Shorts 7:30 — Hollywood Screen Test 8:00— Spin the Picture 3:00— Who Said That 9:30— Film Shorts; Wrestling *J«. WNBT— Channel 4 P.M. 12:45— World Series 5:30— Children's Sketch -Book 7:30— The Nature of Things 7:45 — Leon Pearson. 8:00 — Meet Your Congress S:30 — Mixed Doubles 1:00— Who Said That >:3St-F'ilm Feature .0:00— Meet The Press BUSY BACK By Alan 'Mover Charles KO's Valentino To Retain Heavyweight Crown KilrltiHH IT »«« fn Brooks Sell Two Players To Cubs Now York, Oct. 14—(U P>— The Brooklyn Dodcrers have sold southpaw Paul Minncr and First Baseman Preston Ward to the Chicago Cubs for an unannounced sv.m of cash. No.other players ave involved in the deal. The 26-year-old Minncr. a lean lefthander, appeared in 27 frames for the Dodgers this year. He won three while losing one. In ID'18, he had the .lowest earned-run average on the Dorlg-er staff. Ward, a lanky first baseman, bats left-handed and throws right- handcd. He batted .303 for the Dolg«r Farm club at Fort Worth ths year and. stole 29 bases to lead the Texas League in that department. Ward is 22 ynars old. The Dodgers also announced the sale of two of their second-line outfielders in another straight cash transaction. Marvin Kackley goes to the Cincinnati Reds and Dick Whitman was picked up by the Philadelphia Phillies. Giants Buy Two Pitchers, Sell One New York, Oct. 14—(UP1—The New York baseball Giants hnve bought two pitchers and sold one. Thf-y've picked up George Bam- ber-ror and Bill Miller f'.-om Jersey City, a farm club in the Interna- •tional T-,eatrue. And. the Giants sold Adrian Zabala. .a soutbpaw, to Minneapolis of the American association. Bambc-rger, a 24-year-old right- hander, won 14 games and lost 11 I3st season at Jersey City. Miller, who v/orkr>d for Knoxvllle, won 17 nnd lost 11. Zabala, one .of the Mexican League jumpers, won two and lost thrco after he was re-imtated and returned to the Giants this season. Yankees Release Veteran Hugh Casey New York,;Oct. 15— (UP)— Right, hander Hugh Casey of the Now York Yankees was 37 years old yesterday. And his birthday present was an unconditional releas' by ihe Yankees. Casey's best season in the :-najor leagues was in 1947, when he wor 10 games while losing four for the Brooklyn Dodgers as .1 relief pitch er. He took part in six World Serie; games thnt year nnd won two. The Dodgers released Casey, after the. 1947 season, and the big tobac Bo-chewinfr riEht-hander was picked up bv Pittsburgh. The Yankee? signed Casey for relief work lasl month after the Pirates had cut him lopso> - ' • The Ynnkens nlso, bnugM fir Contract of right-hnndcr Paul Hir- rlchK, a bonus pitcher, ^rnm 'heir Kansn.i.Cltv farm-club. Hight-hand- T -Rn.lph Breton went to City in the deal. SCHOLASTIC FOOTBALL r>n->*v 40. Rnrrefl Henri '(5. pahhury 39, Eeavenworth 0. Torrington 24. Bristol 0. Hnrrtin.Ef 19. W>?st Haven 7. 7Ti..mden 20. Hillhotise 14. Bdtj, Central 32, Stratford 0. Roger Ludlowc 6, Staples 0. Taft -TVs 15, Crosby JVs 6. New Milford 26, Regional 13. Slmshury 15, Weaver JV^i 0. Middlctown 20, Branford IS Wil.;bn, 33. St. Mary's 6. COLLEGE FOOTFALL Cn« n . Tchrs. 32, " New Bedford Textile 6. Georgia 7. LSU 0. Mass. Frosh P Wcsl"-"'n Frosh 0. Purdue 14, "StTajri'l ^Fla."j~ri" v Boston U. 52, West Virginia 20. Georgetown 21, NYU 6. Miss. 25, Barton College 25. Presbyterian 20, FuHman 13 Tulsa 21, Villanova 19. Chattanooga 34. Oklahoma City 7. Yanks' Series Share $5,665 Per Player New York, Oct. 15—(UP)—The money difference between winning and losing the 1949 World Series amounted to some $1,300 a player. Commissioner Chandler nn- nounced that the New York Yankees will receive $5,665 per full .share. The Dodgers get $4,272. The Cards voted '. 1 : -2 shares, with each player getting $1,165 The second place Red Sox split 34 dharcs, each player getting $1,082. Players on the third-place Cleveland club will get $600 apiece, while the Philadelphia Phils split $2'!.500 among 34 players. The fourth place Detroit Tigers and Boston Braves received $12,000 out of the World Scries take. The Braves voted 37 full shades, and the Tigers 32. Drops Challenger In 35 Seconds Of Eighth Round San Francisco, Oct. 15—(UP) — Ezzard Charles was rewarded today with a check for $38,02-1, largest purse of his career. This wa» for defending hia N. B. A. heavyweight title for the accond time with an eight-round knockout over Pat Valentino, California's long-haired "nature-boy." Brown-skinned Charles of Cincinnati put away t.ho San Francisco challenger last night with a smashing right hook to the chin at 35 seconds of the eighth round. A record-breaking San Francisco crowd' of 19,591 aaw the fight at the Cow Palace. And the fans got their money's worth at the first heavyweight title fight staged in northern California in 40 years. Although both fighters were regarded previously as somewhat dull performers, and although Valentino had gone into the ring a one-to-five underdog, they staged one of ihe most thrilling brawls witnessed in San Francisco in years. Twenty-nine-year-old Valentino made the most of his weight advantage, 188 1-2 pounds to Charles' 182, and fbrqed the fighting in every round. He barraged the taller and younger champion with hooks to the body and swung wildly at the head. Valentino's courageous attack and Charles' superb counter fighting pulled We roaring crowd to its feet time and again. There were no knockdowns, despite the toe-to-toe slugging in nearly every session. The challenger appeared likely to give Ezzard a hard fight for the scheduled 15-rounder, until Charles suddenly nailed him on the chin Shea Loser As All-Stars Bow, 3-2 Frank "Spec" Shea caught it coming and going last night at Hartford and took a' 3-2 loss as Birdie Tcbbett's Major League All- dtnr.s bowed to the Hartford Indians. "Spec" went the first four Innings for the Hartford club and was on the end of a 2-1 deficit when he switched to the All-Stars in the fifth. The Indians promptly got to him for two runa and held on to win, 3-2. Bob Savage and Art Houtteman also hurled for the All- Stars. Community League Playoff Tomorrow Pond Hill and Platts Mills col- ide tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock on diamond four at Recreation Field in a playoff for the second round title in the Community Softball League. The winner will meet he Post Office, first round champs, icxt week for the league champion- ihip. LEGAL NOTICE District of Naugatuck, . ss. Pro- 'al.c Court, October 14, 1949. Estate of Henry Laflcy, late of Naugaluck, in said District, deceased. ' . The Court of Probate for the district of Naugatuck hath limit- id and allowed six months from late hereof for the creditors of aid estate to exhibit their claims Cor settlement. Those who neglect to present th'eir accounts, proper- y attested, within said time, will he debarred a recovery. Al! pcr- ions indebted to said Estate are .-equested to make immediate pay- "nent to WILLIAM F. COXA 22 Carroll St. Naug.-'.tuck, Conn. Administrator. LEGAL NOTICE JVi.itrlct of Naugatuck, s.s. Pro- >afi Court, October 14. A. D. 1949. Estate of Mary L. Bronson, late of Naugatuck, in said District, deceased. The Executor, having exhibited his account with said estate to this Court for allowance, and made annlica'-'on "or -- n ' ••• of distribution of said estate, it la ORDERED, That the 21st day of October, A. D. 1949 at 2:30 o'clock '•* th<> afternoon, standard time, „. the Probate Office in Naugatuck, be and the same is, assigned for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and application a.nd the Court directs the give notice thereof, by publishing this order. in some newspaper having a circulation in said District, and by leaving with, or by mailing in letters addressed to each of the persons interested, and residing without the Probate District of Naugatuck, a. copy of this order, all at least three days before said day of hearing, and return to this Court. Attest, ANN N. UNDEPvHILL Clerk. Valentino Was hurled backwards to? th-e -canvas, but he quickly rose to'one knee. But he couldn't shake off tfte effects of the blow and fell forward oh~his face. ;Oiv a round-by-round basis, the tfftited Press gave Valentino three rotirtds, Charles two and called two SwaffieM Reelected CIAC President New Britain. Oct. 14—(UP) Harold A. Swaffield of FairficM has been re-elected president of the Connecticut Intel-scholastic conference .without opposition. Others named at the annual meeting were: Vice-president, Alexander A. MacKimmie of Willimantic; treasurer, Irving N. Countryman of Now Haven; and secretary, Henry J. Adams of South Windsor. The conference deferred action on a .proposed drastic revision of fts by-laws, referring the matter f o a special study committee. JVVPIay Derby Eleven Monday The Naugatuck High school junior" varsity, fresh from a 7-6 victory aver the Shelton JV's, will journey to Derby Monday afternoon, to play the Derby High seconds in a Naugatuck Valley League JV Football League game. The. .locals opened their season at Seymour two weeks ago, taking a 12-6 loss. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 CHURCH STHEET ,.,. Tel. 5236 New A Reconditioned Moton, FORD & MERCDUY Budget Plan •Vvnllah!.. The NAUOAT T TCK FUEL CO JOHD DEALKU •»!:•*.-« na.Ti ---*r rnri-r «• rfr <•«>«•>« «.!« ......... . RANGE BUF.NERS B 'and FURNACE -PIPES PITTSBURGH PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STHEET ry Telephone B044 CHRISTMAS GREETING , CARDS '., With a Portrait of You! TIU.nO]>!:A17 STUDIO ficary llullillug Tel. 284'" Grays To Face Watertown In Final Game Of Playoffs The Naugatuck Grays will play the Watertown AC tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at Watertown in the rubber game of a best of ihree series for the Western Connecticut League's Governor's Cup. The Wa- te'rtown club won the fh-st game of the series two weeks ago, but the Grays came back with a victory last Sunday to even It up. Ray Wianiewakl is expected to be on the hill for the locals. Knights Play Here Tomorrow Afternoon The Naugatuck Knights will'play the Cheshire Townios tomorrow afternoii at 2:30 o'clock at. Recre' ation Field. The tilt is the second of the season for the locals, who lost their opener to the Waterbury Bull- dogSj 14-13, last week. •2nd BR- 'MY BROTHER JONATHAN 1 Mctof MHSM • Dirfii. 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Till 9 Hawley Hardware 102 Church Street Hotpoint Refrigerator* Tile Board Tools r . House Paint „, ^ Lighting Fixtures Hand and Power Mowers Phone 4086 W« Driver If H'« Anything for Your Fle«r Call ARRAY FLOOR COVEKINGS SO Diamond St. Tel. (»1J Have You Visited Our Second Floor HOMEWARES DEPARTMENT? Stop In and See It Store Open Daily Monday Thru Saturday . . . also Friday Nights. CANS, Inc, Maple Street • Tel. 3507 or 6090 )|| 1 For The Best In Jewelry C.H.Tomlinsonl Neary Building Naugfatuck, Conn. ONLY $ FIRES with a loss of less than $100 is our 1949 record. Management intends to continue its policy of providng the best type of equipment in order to prevent and control fires. Our excellent record during- the past 9 months shows that our employes are cooperating to the fullest extent. United States Rubber Company Naugatuck Footwear Plant

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