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NAPGATPCK. NEWScONN.),TCESAY, OCT. 1», 1949 Derby Jayvees Seconds, 13-13 «,j ^ ; .- .-.'•* '-••! •• T X - . ;' <TJie Derby High School junior varsity football team rallied for two touchdown* ia "overtime" yesterday afternoon at CTOD Bol- tow; ; Park,-Derby, to tie-the Naii- galuck High Jayvees, 13-13, in a Nattfatuck Valley Junior Varsity l«afue game. _TJ>« locals were leading, 13-0, whan Derby rallied for two touchdown* to tie the acore, late in the tourth period of a prolonged second half. The first Derby (core came after an 83-yard march, during which most of the yardage was gained through the air. The drive (tailed at one point and Derby punted, byt a Naugatuck lineman wac detected, offside and the resulting five yard penalty gave the home club enough for a; first down and enabled them to continue-the drive. A pass; for the extra point was caught out of the end zene and Maugatuck led, 13-7. Penalty VOn. the first play following the «Miling kickoff. Naugatuck was penalized 15,yards for unnecessary roughness, and by a special ruling of the referee, also lost a down. Two plays later Jimmy McCann Cropped back to kick. The punt wait Mocked by a Derbv lineman and rolled back to the Naugatuck seven, .where- JlcCann fell on it. Sir. referee declared the ball was JfOT a-free ball and awarded it to tieiwr: Two plays later they had another touchdown. A pass for the extra point was completed to tit the.> score. 13-aII. Before either team could move again, the game ended. -_ Before the game, coaches of the two squads agreed on seven-minMtp periods. The lightning-like first hatt was over some 25 minutes later. The lengthy second half. which was started at 4:20 o'clock, was not brought to a clo.=p until Derby had managed to tie the •core, exactly one hour and five minutes later. Naugatuck's first touchdown, came in the second quarter after a drive from their own 40. A ione pass from McCann to end Dick Monaphan was completed for P first-down on the Derby 15. McCann and Manny Mutton" alternated to the six end then McCann picked up a first dowiKon the two. Matos then plunged over for the score._ SlcCann's drop kick for the extra" point went wide. • -, •* -ws. Tie Naugatuck . In Overtime '* \ - • -i • •••." .,.. * • I II -•! • — - •*> . I • I ll I I I SH^SHSSSSSSSIH. Barons Undefeated In American Hockey League Competition New York, Oct. 18—With'the first week of play completed in the American Hockey League, the Cleveland Barons showed the results of their off season reorganization, by being in first place in the Western Division with three victories and no losses. Indianapolis and Pittsburgh were tied for second, followed by St. Louis and Cincinnati. IndianapAlis also had no defeats but was tied once in three games. In the Bast, all teams had .suffered at least one loss, and New Haven and Buffalo were tied at the top, with Providence, Hershey and Springfield all in a deadlock for third. One of the new additions to Cleveland, Les Douglas, who was obtained from Buffalo, swept all scoring honors for the week, leading in total points with 13, goals six, and assists, seven. Douglas' teammates also benefitted by the "'O goals the Barons scored, as Ken Schultz was second in points •itv, P irrf,f while Roy Kelly tied Jack McGill of Providence, each •'•*> seven. Bud MacPherson, rookie defense star of the new Cincinnati team led in penalty minut«s with is Last season's outstanding rookie, goalie Terry Sawchuk of Indianapolis and another new netmlnder this season, Gil Mayer of Pittsburgh, shared the goaltender honors. Sawchuk had the lowest percentage, having allowed but three T osls in his tiiree games for an average of 1.00, and he and Mayor were tied in shutouts, each with one. Mayer, a brilliant young cage guardian is making the big jump from Junior amateur hockey to the professional ranks. There were three "hat tricks" scored during the -week, Billy Benson of Pittsburgh scoring four times in .one game, while Murdo MacKay of Buffalo and J^es Douglas of Cleveland each had three tallies in a eingle contest. The locals received a break qn the" kickoff ' opening the second half, when Bob -Sclinske recovered a. fumble on the Derby 30. He picked up seven yards to the 23 and then Deacon Clisham went in for ft first down on n quarterback sneak to the 19. McCann blasted his ,way to another first down on the Bine, "but Naugatuck lost the bull when Selinske fumbled on the $0. Four plays later the locals regained possession, when . Selinske intercepted a pass on the Derbv 30; a*linske and Clisham alternated tb" get a first down on the 16, Mc- Qanii plowed to the 10. Matos went to the three and Selinske plunged over. McCann's placement was tr]LWf. ; living the Greyhounds e. JS-Q-lead. JjXbe locals drove to the Derby Hf- «*rly Hi the fourth period, but ajt^lerrepted pass Rave the home team. the b»U on their 17. They ttstit began the drive which netted thian ^heir. first touchdown. jMcCann. Monaghan. Selinske. HatbV Clisham and Eddie White stoyd out for the Greyhounds. The sduad now has a record of one win. one-*" loss and one tie in three S'GIJ, BURNERS and FURNACE PTFE8 -PITTSBURGH PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREET JFree Delivery Telephone 6OM LEWIS CARROLL ^ T>» T>Mltr oa tk* Hqurr - CKNTKh aQDARE - COKNKH •*ROHPHCT"« TTJilOS 8THEETB BaMtof Tile Board Ckrom* Trh» Dpor FraBcn WMir* Bank A frm»i»» PfciBta Floor <4*M»r« tor B«M TXLEFHOXC l<«4 YMCA Basketball Dangerous Five • b f p E. Kloc, If 00 0 J. Pettit, rf 0 0 0 J. Dinney, c 1 0 2 F. Monahan, Ig 1 0 2 J. Murphy, rg 1 0 2 Totals 3 0 6 Cubs b f p T. Hearns, rg 1 0 2 P. Gililon. Ig 0 0 0 J. Fitzgerald,'c 0 0 0 B. Krasinsky, rf 1 0 2 J. Hassenfeldt, If 0 0 C Totals .., 2 0 4 Referee: Packer. Panthers b f p Waite, If 1 1 3 Happy, rf 0 0 0 Peterson, c 0 0 0 Ort, Ig 2 0 4 Olson, rg o p 0 Totals 3 l 7 Gamblers b f p Hennessey, rg 00 0 Sunbury, Ig 2 0 4 Linskey, c l o 2 Lengyel, r? o 0 0 Trlano. If o 0 0 Totals 30 6 Score at half time: 3-3. Referee: Packer. FLOWER-LESS PLACE There are no flowering plants on the Antarctic continent. EVER THINK ABOUT YOUR FOUNDATION"? Sound tires are the soundest "riding foundation" . . . and that's what you get with LEE DeLuxe tires. • _..... LEE DeLuxe tires are built for all duties on all roads. For safety, comfort and economy... ride on new LEE DeLuxe tires. Our service staff stands at your command ..: skilled tire craftsmen ready to render trustworthy service on ail lire* ... or to supply new LEE DeLuxe tiren ' :•<•••- OUST'S ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ BHIP^ • •••:•• SERVICE STATION "Where Service Is Supreme" Rubber Ave. Tel. 4935 Chemical Sweeps Matches In Dusty Bowling League Naugatuck Chemical, paced by Uou Triano and Bill Taylor, swept three games from Synthetic this week, to maintain its three-game ead in the American Division of :ne International Bowling League. Triano turned, in a 335 set and Taylor a 336 set. Chemical had team totals of 579, 550 and 533 for a 1662 total. Frank Shilinskas was high for Synthetic with a 129 single and 330 set. U. S. Rubber turned in the highest scores of the night in winning ihree games from Megin's. The winners had 568, 571 and 578 totals, for 1717. Charlie Angiolillo •oiled a 136 game and 382 total, with Stan Bottorf equalling the 136 game and hitting a 362 total. Al Aliciene led Megin's with a 135 game and 357 total. The Bristol Co. team rolled a teal of 1630 with games of 539, 544 and 547 to defeat the Post Office, 3-0. The best the Mail Carriers could do was get games of 534, 524 and 487 with a 1545 total. Ed Nora- ;ong and Paul Anderson led the winners with scores of 352 and J35. Holils hit a 143 single and 177 total for the Post Office. In the only split match of the evening, Eastern Malleable Iron captured the odd game and won over the Risdon Mfg. Co., 2-1. EMI rolled games of 592, 497 and 528 for i 1617 total and Risdon hit 529, 534 ind 481 for a 1544 score. The high jingle game of the night was rolled n this match with Ken Upright hitting a 150 game and 372 three jame set. For the EMI teals), Prank Wilkas led with a 133 game and 350 total. The Standings W. L. Pet. 'homical 11 l .917 Bristol 8 4 .667 '-tuhber 8 4 .667 EMI 6 6 .500 Risdon 5 7 .417 Tee-in's 4 8 .383 Synthetic 3 9 .250 ost Ofifce 3 9 .250 56 College Teams In Country Still Unbeaten Or Untied New York, Oct. 18—(UP)—The collegiate football season is a month old, and most teams have taken plenty of bumps and bruises. But a United Press survey shows that 56 teams have gone unbeaten and untied so far. The honor ITS' Includes 16 major teams. Army, Cornell, Pittsburgh, Bos;on University, Fordham and Penn are the big-time representatives from the East. From the South, there's Virginia, North Carolina and Kentucky. Prom the Midwest come Notre Dame and Minnesota. In the Southwest, there are Baylor and Oklahoma. From the Far West, California and College of Pacific. And the Rocky Mountains have Wyoming-. Only three collegiate teams in the land have perfect slates, unbeaten, untied and unscored upon. And all three come from Pennsylvania, Clarion Teachers, St. Vincent's and Gannon. The big surprise there is Gannon, which did not even have a football team last year. Among the major teams, Army has the best scoring record, an average of 41 points a game. Notre Dame is close behind with 39. But even the Cadets and the Irish have to move over for che Trinity Hill- uppers of Connecticut. Trinity has averaged 49 points in three victories, highest in the nation. American Team Blanks Nips, 4-0 (By United' Press) A new American invasion of Japan la having the same success that our GI's had. Only this time Jie invaders are beating the Japanese at baseball. Yesterday, the San Francisco Seals, led by Manager Lefty O'Doul, won their third straight game In •-his good will exhibition baseball tour. The Seals beat the eastern Japan all stars 4-0 before a crowd ->f some OO.COO. Crown Prince Akihito iiltcnded with his younger brother. Tho smiling prince waved to the crowd bc°- fore taking his seat behind the screen back of home plate. In this country, Stanley "Bucky" Harris is flying Trom California to Washington to discuss an offer i.o manage the Washington baseball f .eam. Harris, known as the "boy •vondcr" In his playing days, has managed the Senators on two previous occasions. His most recent 1ob in the majors was a two-year hitch with the New York Yankees in 1947 and '48.. Clark Griffith, the Washington •jwner, revealed last night that he was dickering with Harris to take over from Joe Kuhel; wro was :Tlred '.wo weeks ago. Harris is managing the San Diego Padres of the Pacific Coast league at the moment. U. S. Rubber Co. Activity Schedule Activities for employes of the U. S. Rubber Co. footwear plant for the remainder of the week are as. follows: Tuesday, October 18 1:00-5:00 p. m.— Girls' Interde- lartment Bowling League— Pasho's Alleys, Naugatuck. 7.00 p. m.— Men's Inlerdepart ment Bowling League, Pasho's Al leys, Naugatuck. Wednesday, Octozer 19 5:00 p. m.— Men's Office Bowling r -eague, Pasho's Alleys, Naugatuck. 5:00 p. m.— Men's Interdepartment Badminton League, Y. M. C A ' '' No Dissention On Conn. U. Eleven, Christian Claims Bunn, Cesario Top Hartford Card Hartford, Oct. 18—They call him 'Sonnyboy" Bunn because he's,still n high school senior at 19. But the Washington, D. C.. clouter, who opposes former New England champ Johnny Cosarlo tonight in the star bout at the Auditorium, hits with the authority of a pol- 'shed fighter. Bunn has lost but two of 25 pro fights, and avenged one nf those setbacks in a rematch. He fares fie who has hac three times as many fights as Cosario. But reputations of his opponents fall to impress Bunn. When he met Aaron Perry three weeks airo he was not awed by the fact that he faced a fellow-Washingtonian whom he had admired as an outstanding title challenger in previous years. Bunn, a slow starter, finally caught up with his 23-year-old foe and knocked him out in the 10th round. Last week when Bunn met Hartford's own Carey Mace he lulled Mace into a sense of security as the Hartford fighter piled up a lead on points. Then all of, a sudden Mace went to pieces in the fifth, and hfs handlers conceded defeat in stopping the bout. Bunn's bombing blows had scored again. Chandler Announces Series $$ Split The list of players who received shares in World Series fnoney was announced officially by Commissioner A. B. "Happy" Chandler yes- '.erday. Comsr. Chandler confirmed what was reported in the NEWS two weeks ago, Oct. 5, that Frank 'Spec" Shea, of Naugatuck, was voted a full share by the World Champion New York Yankees. As his cut, Frank receives $5,655.54. More than $343,000 was distributed among-Yankee and Dodger players. AVERAGE LUMBER USAGE The average modern house uses from 7,500 to 10,000 board feet of lumber. Charges of dissentlon among University of Connecticut football players and the coaching staff were labeled as "absurd" by head coach J. O. Christian, speaking at a luncheon of the Connecticut Sports Writers Alliance ytjterday in New Haven. Coach Christian stated that he would "much prefer that anything said comes from the boys '..hem- Helves." He said that he felt it -was "no place for comment" by himself and added that it appeared the "accusation" had cleared somewhat and "we'll try to take it in stride." Open criticism of Christian's coaching and reports o£ dissention on the coaching staff broke into the open over the weekend. The Druids, senior honorary society and generally the spokesmen for student opinion, noted the situation in an open letter to President Albert N. Jorgensen which appeared last Friday in the Campus bi-weekly undergraduate publication. Jorgensen answered Sunday with a statement that he is selecting a committee "to. make a thorough study of the entire football R itua- tion" following the close of the current campaign, Nov. 19. Other speakers at the meeting were Herman Hlckman, Yale coach; Jim Dunn, Yale scout; Dan Jesse, Trinity coach; Norm Daniels, Wcsleyan coach; Ray Stoviak, Arnold coach; Jess Dow, New Haven Teachers coach; and Ed Creed New Britain Teachers coach. 12th Man Spoils Touchdown Ron Lexington, Oct. 18—(UP)—Foot>n 11 fans who watched the Virginia- Washington and Lee game last Saturday, couldn't figure out what had happened; Virginia was leading bv two touchdowns, when end Ed Bessell caught-a long pass and slipped bv the Washington and Lee safety man. Only two seconds were left in the game. Bessell had a clear field ahead when he was tackled suddenly on the five-yard Jine. No one eeemed to know -who made the tackle. Yesterday, tnrkle Bob Smith of Washington and L.sf confessed. Smith was out of tho game and heading for the showers when he saw Bessell about to score a touchdown. "I was just swept away." says •Smith. So was Bessell. Smith ran onto the field and dropped Bessell with a .jarring tackle. The ball snuirted into the end zone where a Virginia end recovered for the touchdown. Only a lew of the 18,000 fans saw Smith run in from the sidelines. Even his coach wasn't sure If he had 11 or 12 men on the field. But it didn't matter, Virginia got the- touchdown and won the game,. 27-7. despite the heroic efforts', of Washington, Lee and Smith, the little man who w-a-s there. Mass. Suspends / '.• ¥ ' :.';!•' ^- " :/*• Jake LaMotta Boston, Oct. 18—(UP)—Middleweight champion Jake La Motta of New York was indefinitely suspended this morning by the Massachusetts State Boxing Commission in connection with New York authorities. • La Motta was listed as "ill and unavailable." Frankie Parker Turns Professional New York, Oct. 18—(UP)-^One of the nation's .leading amateur tennis players for 17 years. Frankie Parker, turned professional yesterday. Parker signed a omj- year contract to play with the tennts ^troupe that Bobby Riggs will take on a nation-wide tour. The contract guarantees Parker $26,000 and was substituted for the original terms the former national singles champion agreed to last week. Those terms were for a six-month period. Parker is slated to make his first appearance as a pro Oct. 2:1 nt New York';. MacUson Square Garden; He'll be matched against Pancho Segura. . Thursday, October 30 5:00 p. m.— Men's Office Bowling Lea Kue , Pasho's Alleys, Naugatuck 6:CO p. m.— Men's Interdepartment Badminton League, Y. M C, A " ' 7:00 p. m.—Girls' Varsitv '3owl- ig Team vs. Wheeler Wire Co IRA League, Sena's Alleys, Waterbury. i Friday, October 21 8:00 p. m.—Men's Varsity Bowl'«• Team .vs. Bristol Co. 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Good home lor G.I. ALSO—8 room 1 family house, 15 year* old. Sun parlor and sleeping porcn Nice home for a large family. PATSY LAHRIOLA Real Estate Phone Naus. 3458 or Wtby. B-224!' HYHOM.Yt> REAL KSTATE 48 Spring St. * Tel. 3-2681 Waterbnry, Conn. Bur or ften • BtiftiDens, JOSEPH HATiPERIV. BroSer InHiiranrr, LotH. Heal Fnat* it E. Main St. Tel. 4-18SJ PHOHATK NOTICK District ol Nuugatuck, ss., Probate lourt, Oct. 17, A.W., 1941). Estate of Leoland N. Winslow, East Hampton, State ol New Yorlt, ownlnc property in said District of Naugatuck, deceased. The Administrator C.T.A. having ex- liblted Its account with said f-Kt;ite u tits Court lor allowance, and made application for an order of distribution of aald estate, it Ls ordered that On' 20th day of. October, A.D., 1949, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, standard time. at'the Probate Office in Naugatuck, be ind the same is, assigned for a hearing jn the allowance of said account, ano application and the Court directs the Administrator C.T.A. to give notk't 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 ol the persons interested an residing without the Probate Dlstrk-t of Naugatuck, a copy of this order, all at least 2 days before said day n- hearing, and return to this Court Attest. ANSI N. UNDEKHII.U Clerk. SAM'S SERVICE STATION and OARAGE SO Rubber Ave, Tel. 5*67 — Front End Work — CAESAR KRZYKOWSK1 Fainter — Decorator 19 BBENNAN ST. TEL. 378? 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H*;!* certain real t-statf belunirinK to *&4 entiitc. an appllcaliun on lile m/rt- lullj' appears, it is ordered that tho fort'g*unK application bo heard anrt ilete-rmincd at the Prolate OIlic'; in VauKatuck on the 1 Sth day- >,{ October, -S4<). at 2 :30 in the alu-moon and th<- ''ourt tllrects said trustee to ni v4 ' notice to all persons interested in said <»itate to appear, if they see cau.v. and be heard thereon, l>v publi^htn^ thin »rder 1 times In a newspaper having i. circu1atiO7i In said district all <,n or helore the ixth day ol Octobi-r. A.I).. l'J49. and return make to the Court oi notice given. AtU-fl. ANN N. UNDEKHII.l. Clerk. Mezzio's Offers:— Complete Brake Sorrlee, ffh«el Allga- •ent and Wheel Balanelng, Front Bad «••)«JHug. Budkttor Heverse V1»MM, BlM« BttttAt't » -vtrtar Tlr»«- MEZZIO'S jtg HITElNlDE PHIYE. TEf. PROBATE XOTH'K District ol Naugatuck, KS I'r-.liate 'ourt. Oct. 17. jinn. Kstate ol Minnie T. Johnson, late OS N'au'satuck, in sairt !>istrict. <!-ceas<-I. The Court 1,1 Probate lor the m f - trict o[ NauKatuck hath limited anrt illowed six months Irnrn date here.rf f>r the creditors of skid estate to ex iloit their clrtims loi- settlement. Thowe who neglect to present their account* properly attested within said time will je debarred a recovery. All persoim nclebted to said Instate are requested :o make immediate- payment to HKRIJEIIT JOHNSON. „.. . Kxecutor. 2..C HiRh St., NauKatuck. Cnnn. TONY'S Poultry Market 100 JOHN STREET Tel. 2691 I "Inest Live Poultry. Fresh Killed and Dremexl to Your Order. BROILERS, FRYERS, BAKERS. ETC. In All Sized. I FRESH EGGS at ALL TIMES On Expert CtaftaM VIB M U Back to W«fc tot T«I Hawley Hardware 102 Church Straet Moore's and Oevoe Paints Glidden's Spread Satin Plasti-Kote Finish Roasters Electric Appliances Hotpoint Refrigerator and Stoves Phone 4086 We Full Line of Fresh Bakerie* Every Sunrise WHIPPED CREAM PIES CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS SWISS PASTRY BIRTHDAY CAKES CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. SS7g Pally 6:30 AT M. tS*6 P. M. - EXPERT BODY WORK Complete Painting: Fadlitle* Wrecker and Towing Service Estimates Furnished Budget Plan Available The Nangatuck Fuel Co. FORD DEALER Phone 5ZS« (FALL TERM NOW OPEN Office Open 8:30 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. I POST JUNIOR COLLEGE '" Central Ave. Phone 4-8771 Have You Visited Our Second Floor HOMEWARES DEPARTMENT? Stop In and See It Store Open Daily Monday Thru Saturday . . . also Friday Nights. ,Inc. Maple Street Tel. 3507 or 6090 SCHPERO'S SECURITY Doe« your Insurance give adequate protection today T DO YOU HAVE UTf Bee NAUGATUCK INSURANCE AGENCY INC. Building cost* are *teadll; Increasing PRONE 2080 F. W. EATON, Mcr. For The Best In Jewelry jC.H.Tomlinsonl Ncmry Building N«U|*»tuclc, Conn.

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