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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, October 19, 1949
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«—NAUJQATOCT TOEWSjtOJOf'.y. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 19. 1M9 • r»* '•v'-'tt •'' j-'jr .'.*•; i-T ! - •• - in x <. rive Undefeated Teams Face ; fa" ' : ' '¥"•'.' I*-; 1 "-" '*!*•"'• : 11T -1 • •• -1 Strong roes Ibis Weekend '' Minn. Favored ; ;dyeit Michigan f> lit Top Game | ;-',•'•'. <*y United Pr«M) "' • Teughj intersection*! games and imtffeienc* clashes dot the colle- ^•UJootfcaU map this weekend. . .;\Notr« .Dame, -unbeaten in 32 straight, is Idle. But-such giants )if.>£b« gridiron as Minnesota, Ken- tiickr. Cornell and Texas figure y>> be hard pressed, keeping their *in*i«K ways-r > -••'•-• • -,'.Minnesota -will be a one-tpuch,- <fcwri favorite over Michigan in the battle -for the Little .Brown. Jug. This one' could" spell Rose Bowl, tfieeiean Is'Ineligible for the New Tear'* Day trip to.. California, but Minnesota could- all' but wrap up tbe Big Ten crown with a win ov*r the ;Wo>verlneB. • Michigan will be rough, despite drOppinjrits last two. 'But Minne- •otjk's burly line,: anchored by Leo Mtomellini and Clayton Tonnemak- etv Unexpected to stop the Wolverine* attack. Both tfejims are in Up- top'physical sliape-•. •• t !.. v. .. Kentucky • Kentucky r s five - game winning •freak is in danger ag*ii»t a South, ern Methodist club that > still is smarting after a 4i-ST. -upset by Kle*. The Wildcats hav* (cored 296 jtolnU while.' holding five opponents to just seven;, points, '• Cornell run* into a Princeton team that .1>L improving with each weekend. Wfliceton nas the lead- tnp ground gainer in Dick Kaz- i&aier.. The passing .of. Pete Dbr- tttl-and hard running of Jeff Fltlshm&nn mte •• two major rea- • o n S why /the defending- Ivy league champions front Cornell have -won four in a row this seal* *»»-. ' : '"•'.- ' '• ;'Rice, fresh from its win over 9-MrU, wilt be trying for a repeat performance. against the Longhorns of .Texas. An ..underrated Baylor tia«i lias four straight and is making menacing gestures tn the Southern-Conference race.;. Baylor is fa- «d to gel by the Texas Aggies .time.. .--. .,--.-. ' :-'" -.'•-, "other . powerhouses, Okla- *bnia .and Army, . are heavily fa- 'In their' bids to stay unbeat- . The Sooners of Oklahoma play c*C beaten Nebraska. Army fag- a weak Columbfa team. ". . Wisconsin . - .' >? Ujt-and-down Wisconsin will be (*' peak: condition ' when it goes »£»Jn«t .Ohio State. The Badgers V*y« two casualties, .quarterback John Coalta and halfback Gwynn . ghristensen, back in the lineup. II- Jfupis will play Purdue In what Kttl be the first of fiye straight Jl'KxTen.conference games for the fJHni. ' - . f "Penn State and Michigan State in one of the top intersectional games. Penn State face's the loss of its ace fullback, 200- pound Fran Rogel, who injured an ankle last week Against Nebraska. ; %i - •'•• .:•--" , The .undefeated .Pitt Panther, which has upset ore-season dope by winning four straight, tackles its .second Big Ten foe in Indiana. Earlier, Pitt surprised by stopping NortthPestern. V Yale may step into the win column for the third time this season •gainst Holy Cross.^iEach club has Ijad a disappointing season so far, ?ale losing two and Holy Cross four out of four. > Penn is a slight favorite over Navy. But the .Middies are dnn- geroua as long as Bob Zastrow is throwing passes. Tulane is', expected . to bounce back Mter that 46-7 drubbing by Notre Dame and- take winless Auburn. Vanderbilt, one of the threats In the Southeastern Conference , plays 'Arkansas of the Southwest Conference. North Carolina^, with its great all-around threat Charlie Justice, plays an in- and-out Louisiana State team. The Carolina Tarheels have won four straight- and are looking ahead to that JSToyemb'er 12 game with Notre Dame in New York. . Pacific Coast '': There will be five Pacific Coast conference games on Saturday. California, still weary from beat- Ing; Southern Cal, 16-10, held yesterday's . drill down to some loosening exercises. The Golden Bears will play a Washington team that tia» lost both its conference starts. The Coast conference title could be settled when Cal plays U-C-L-A »ne week from Saturday. U-C-L-A, with tfaree Conference wins, plays Washington State thl*.week. '-iBo.uthern Cal, plays Oregon, Stanford plays Oregon State and Montana ... meets Idaho to round out the"J : PacifIc coast action. . Wyoming and Utah meet head on in a game that will go a long way -toward deciding the Mountain State conference. Wyoming bias won both its conference games. Utah has broken even in two starts. BUT'LOOSENS UP •VCOiM) «nd to effective for yo^ng, i Cuddy's Providence CoUege Quintet To Play 22-Game Slate The Reverend Aloysius B. Begley,:O. P., athletic director of Providence College, announced today that th« -Providence .College: Friars basketball team will play a 22 game schedule during the 1949-50 season. Traditional rival' Rhode • Island State irill be met "twice, as usual, the first game between the two scheduled for the Rhode Island Auditorium December 15. Holy Cross mother strong contender for Eastern honors will be met In Worcester on January 17. Home and home contests are listed .with Fairfleld University, St. Ansehn's, Springfield College, Boston College, American International .and Brown University. Both Brown games win be played in the Marvel Gymnasium on the Brown campus. This has been the practice between these two teams for the put fowi years. Father Begley also announced that the home games of the Friars will be played at the Mount Pleasant High School Gymnasium. This is one of the better basketball gymnasiums in the city, k . Although the. first game with Assumption is not until Dec. 3, the Friars have already begun practice sessions under the new basketball mentor James V. Cuddy, Cuddy has quite", a nucleus of veterans to build his first P. C. team around, the Friats having lost only two men fro/n the squad of a year ago. Also many promising prospects are up from, the Freshman team of last year. CLASSY COAST CENTER - By Alan Mov«r t/.C.L.A, MAY Be OF THe 7&P> WAS r#e act AA/S' MAti IAGT YEAR -ME ABOUT GAME M #A£F of r/te ' Sffiffif" Y/M6 CENTER Mazeika's Tightens Hold • ' • ' . independent Pin League Lead Coim. Football Briefs VALE .New Haven, Oct. 19—(UP)—Two egular sare missing from the Yale qotball squad and it is feared that tiey will not be able to play against loly Cross Saturday. Fullback Ferd Nadh'erny is In he infirmary with a mild virus nfectlon, and guard Vic Frank is idelined with a foot injury. Yale's Head Coach Herman Hickman i;x- resscd concern today about his pponent this Saturday, Holy Cross. a he put it, "The toughest team in he world to beat Is a team on the ebound." • CONN. U. Storrs, Conn.—Two University of Connecticut players are sidelined with injuries. • Center Ernie L.efev- >re and Halfback Bob Zelezniker trere hurt in the Maine game .last Saturday, but it. Is hoped that they will be ready to go again this week-end. •TOTAL /tie 447 MUT£S OFACT/Of* W ALL Biiultiutt tjt Ki*t Tittiutt Faulty Addition Gives Cesario Decision Over Sonnyboy Bunn Hartford, Oct. 19—(UP)—Referee George Fitch is sticking by his guns,'after it was disclosed that ne awarded a decision to a boxer on the basis of an incorrectly-added card. Fitch had declared Jorinny Cesa- rib of Boston the winner over Sonnyboy Bunn of Washington in a ^lam-bang 10-round bout last night. Cesario was given 45 . points to Bunn's 42. Later, however, a recheck ihowed that each card totaled 45. Fitch commented,' "I ffgured Ce- jario had won the fight by a slim margin and I thought the points in my . card showed that. But regardless of how they finally added up, I still think that (Jesario was '.he winner." Sox Trade Tipton To Philadelphia Chicago, Oct. 19—(UP)—The Chicago White Sox of the American League hav.e negotiated a straight player trade with the Philadelphia Athletics. Sox catcher Joe Tipton goes to the A'a in exchange for second baseman Nelson Fox. Pox, a 21-yoar-olii southpaw hitter, batted .254 last season. Since the Chlsox also have second- baseman Cass Michaels, who" made the American League all star team, the trade has started speculation. Some baseball men predict Michaels will serve as bait for a future trade to strengthen, the Chicago outfield and pitching. COAST GUARD New London—Three Coast Guard rridsters are lost to the squad for .he rest of the year, according to 2oach Nets Nitchman. Tackle Bob Carlson has a bone chip in the knee,. End Nell Twomey also has an .injured knee, and Guard Harry "'eigelson fractured an ankle. TRINITY Hartford—Two Trinity players are out of action for awhile, but another has : rejoined the squad. First-string Tackle Frank. Sherman » In bed with a fever, and Back Jill: Gannon la nursing a broken Inger. Halfback Art French, who ms.been out with a back injury, s available for action again. YMCA Basketball HI-Y Jr.'g B F P Lokites !f 4 0 8 Shecdy rf , 0 0 0 Best c ... 2 0 4 R. Lcngyel Ig: l 0 2 Quint rg 0 0 0 Totals , .-., 7 0 14 Knights Olson Tg . Hnfpy Ig . Sunberg c . JUnskey rf Henner?ey B P P ..000 ..102 ... O 0 C ,..204 . . 2 04 Totalis ......;...-. Referee—Murphy. 5 0 10 -K^s^^i^l^t ittmeri •9 - "D A A:' !DirM»*AM JUtf*^,^**-^ ' •''- - Mowers' ea. witn PSwei MowfeB . .$149.5d ea. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87, CHURCH BTREBT Ramblers Play At Buffalo Tonight Coach Neil Colville's New Haven Ramblers, showing a wlnninp percentage of '500 at this point with a "win, tie and loss in Ameri?.an Hockey League ipllay, •will compete in two of the ;?even games listed tonight and tomorrow night The Buffalo Bisons present the opposition in both cases, at Buffalo tonight and on the New Haver Arena ice tomorrow. With Jean Lamirande playing for the flr«t time this season—he went home last week due to the death of hM mother—the Ramblers will be saining vital strength and Coach Colville's hopes of improving on the "split" should be realized. Lamirande migtit have turned .the tide in the second game with Providence, and just the least hit of added offensive strength would 'nave broken the 1-1 tie with Pittsburgh last Sunday. The Rarr.Wers are due to play In n-ringfleld on Saturday night, and will entertain the Hcrshey Bears in New Haven on Sunday night. LONG CABLK RAILWAY Stockholm — The world'n longest aerial cable railway carries ores 60 miles from • Sweden's huge mines near the Arctic circle. Picket Boat Patrol PICKETS at the Inland Steel Co., plant in Gary, Ind., do patrol duty in a boat owned by one of the Strikers. The steel workers, intend, to patrol the harbor and canal where union officials, expect food- laden 'boats will supply, the more than 500 supervisory employees itlll in the plant. {International} On The Air G :2 8 : :»0— WATR— NAUGATUCK NEWS WTIC— Just Plain B.I11 WWCO— Tom Mix' :4">— -WATR— Afternoon Capers WBKY— Curt Masaey WTIG— Front Page Fnrrell • :00— All Stations— News 13— WATR— Al Vc.stro— Sports WTIC— Strictly Sports WBRV— Stay Tuned to Music WWCO— Sportscope WL.CR— Sports >— WBKY— JInyor Raymond B. Snyrlcr WATR— Mayo'r Tlaymond E. 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Chrl-tlan WTIC— Orewit Glldersleftve WATR— Shi rlock HoImpH WWCO— International Airport :00— WWCO— Scattereood Balnea WATR— Boris Karlpll WBRY— Groucho Marx WTtC— Break <the Bank :30-W^TR— The Croupier WRRY— Blng Crosby WTIC— District Attorney WWCO— Fa mil v Theater • 00— W A TR— Wm; Lundlcan WRRY— Burns and Allan WTTC— BiR. Story . WWCO— News : i s— WIVCO— NewsrePl :30— WTIC— Curtain Time WATR— On Trial WWCO— Musir Ymr Want WBRY— Claude Thornhlll : nn— All Stations— New*-' :1B— WATH— .To<? Hasnl. . *WCO— UN today Shift. - - m, '-T>»nrp Orch. WW.CO.-MIdnH*, J 9:00— WTlR— rT»lirv ' ~ .V Cnann>l • .f>0 — Tele*uno« " - . ' . . :4n— TTowdV Doody - '. :nn — Newflrecl •" - :3n— Knfty Tv,<,s Tt " :45— .Tean O'Brien ' !- ; . . :(in_yiukla. Priwi ft OUIe :30 — Morton Downey •' ' : 45— Vincent r^inez :00— Arthur Godfrey :00— Dunniccr Show :SO— Mnma : fto— Boxing :00— Latr- News •• WCBS— Chnnnpl * : sn— Music. Pum. Preview, Weather MS— ClasRifleil Column :30— Vanltv Fair : oo— Ted Steele :3<i_ Thp Qh'ir-lc Wagon :.<tn— T<iiiPkv Pun : 4p;— -Rib Howard Show. - no— Vonr 'Rpnvt Special :15— Tnrl ptA^lp :^n— rrtS TV NPWS :*!•— Knrt Wrlnhtwon Show :00— /--"iiir Godfrey and HI* 0-i'fi_r>nnnBPr Show 0 :.ln— Rnx'nc Ron's Dillon To Promote Ghost Basketball Qhost basketball, played in com- Ie£fc darkness, once again is available' to civic organizations, schools, churches and organizations of this town. •" • peorge.T. Dillon, Waterbury, Conn., promoter ,is resuming booking -this unusual attraction which took New England: by storm several seasons : back. He may be contacted- at 198 Hillside Ave. Every window in the gymnasium must Be' covered to assure the- 6Ucq£ss of this novel game. No one is; 'to -be admitted to the hall once ..the- various periods get under way. Spectators will only be admitted during the two-minute in'teryali. between periods when the nM»e lighta will be turned on. Teams' r or organizations booking this attraction furnish their own plp.y«jfi ' and a referee. Both teams wear .'very , eerie uniforms; one team' is dressed as skulls and the other crosshones. The referee's uniform is entirely different, than -either team's. 1 The -• backboards, center circle, out-of-bound lines and foul-line;! arc iluuminated during; the blackout with the same substance tfs used on the specially treated uniforms. _• Sports' writers throughout New England have acclaimed ghost basketball as the "greateist novelty attraction ever presented ' indoors. It's: spine-tingling, but highly amusing- Both to. players and spectators and has proven a terrific • magnet at the box offics. Shepard's Charge Denied By timers i. Mgr. Henry 'Duke' DelPo, In a,letter to:George Tr'autman, president of -the National Association of Professional Baseball Minor Leagues, denied charges by Bert Shepard, who managed the Waterbury Timers during the past sea* son,,that 'the club owed him $650. Shepard's charge -was that the club owed, hltn that amount in back salary since Aug. 11. DelPo contends that the one-legged war hero ,*as paid in full. New York Knicks Sign Vanderweghe , New York; Oct. 19-r.(UP)—The New York Knickerbockers of the National •• Basketball Association 'have signed .Colgate's high scoring ace, Ernie Variderwelghe. : . Yanderwelghe, a medical student at Columbia University In New Y6rt7 has -areed to play all kniek- 'erboclcer *ome games and as many rcutd, ganiea ae possible. He scored 1,377 In four years at Colgate. Sweep Three Matches From Dalton Guards Mazeika's tightened its hold on first place, in the Independent Bowaingr League to four games laicit night by .swopping three matches from the Dalton Guards, whll^ second |.:1ace Co. F was losing one to last place Koffeo Shoppe. Ken Stauffcr, with strings of 130, 103 and 94 for a 327 total and Don Miller, ; : with 100, 118, 117 lor a 335 total, paced the winners. Miller won high three and Stauffer high single. Bob Mariano's 104, 106, 101 for a 311 total waij high for the Guards. Salm'a Service moved into a tie for second, place with Co. F, by blanking the Naugatuck News team, 3-0. Bill Mariano paced the winners to ,.an eight-pin win Jr. the first match. They, copped the othe'r two handily. Mariano's 135 single and 335 total won both individual honors. Charlie Kohn* with a 127 single and 299 total lopped the losers. , In the final match' of the evening, Co. F, bowling with three men, won two games from the Kollee Shoppe, before dropping the third by flve pins. The. winners took the first by 11 and the second by three pins. Ken Wood- fteia bowled strings of 111, 111 and 85 for a 307 total. Madden with 104, 106, 87 for a 297 total paced the losers. The standings: W L. Pet Mazeika'ij 14 i .933 Co. F. io 5 .667 Sam's Service ]Q 5 .867 Nauff. News 6 9 .400 Dalton Guards 3 12 .200 Koffee Shoppe : . 2 13 .133 Keds Regain Dusty Bowling Loop Lead .Standing in the National Division of . the NaugatUfk Industrial Council Bowling League tightened this week as favorites were upset. •The U. S. Rubber-Co., regained possession; of first place, with a 2-1 victory over Risdon Mfg. Co. The Keds, sparked by Matt Janus who won individual high, three with n 352 set won-both team prizes with scores of 586 and 1624. Captain Chuck Johnson contributed a 341 set towards 'the winning cause Tony Maz finished his string with three marks to give the 'Risdon team a. one-point 512-511 victory in the final game. The losses dropped Risdon Into fourth place. • A three-way tie for second placr exists, as Lewis Engineering ant Parson's Screw Products won threfc games™ 'and Formatic downed Goodjrear Glove, Zrl. ... The Engineers, upset by For matic last week,: bounced back to whitewash , W. . J. Megin's team Warren Downs had a.prize winning 141 game and a 348 set to pace the victors. Emmet Clark Was high bowler for Megin's. Parson's Screw Products team jumped from last-place to a toe for sixth place with a clean sweep over Bronson's. Tony Calabrese ha? a lusty 336 for the winners ant Mike. Krenesky featured for the losers. The Formatie team pulled the up set of the week" defeating Good year Glove, 2-1, Formatic won th first two games, 498-491, and 506 504. The Glovers came back witl a 511-480 win in the third game Jim Fournier bowled' a 343 set f o the Formatic team and Burt Ma haffey had a 323 for the Glovemen Standing , ' ---. : :-;.- W. L. ,U. S. Rubber Co ...10 5 Goodyear Glove . .9 6 Formatic Co...... 9 6 Lewis Eng. Co. ... 9 6 Risdon Mfg. Co. . 7 8 W. J. Megin Co. . 6 9 Parson Screw Prod 6 9 Bronson Mfg. Co. ,. 4 11 Decisions (erryflfcGovern London, Oct. 19—(UP)—The ritish lightweight champion, Arhur King, of Canada, completely atclassed Terry McGovern of England to win a 10-round deci- on In London yesterday. King dominated the over-weight latch for nine rounds, then stood ff a last round attack to take the ecision. Both fighters weighed in t 137 pounds. Pet .66 .60 .6(K .6W .466 .40( .40C .36. Chicago--'!!. 8.. grain harvesting begins late In May in Texas and reaches the Dakotas in August; the Canadian harve»t_16 ( •later, Ciarlo tackles Bazzano Tonight Waterbury, Oct. 19—Five bout will be ottered at Mara'fl Arena to night for the second indoor flgh card of the 1949 fall season, wii: Tommy Ciarlo, Waterbury, med Ing Tommy" Bazzano, Middle town in the feature 10-rounder. V .Promoter- Rocco' Mara ; has ar ranged to; send the winner of to night's. battlfr- against Hartford' Vic- Cardell, : , hpider- of the stai welt'erwejgfit title, 'in a • 12-roune ; phampjonship match later. i, Fbur. semi-pro contests will c Pltete the program. 'Willie Living ston,- Hartford, meets -Kid. Fluf Wnterbury, in a five rounder Connie Bell, Hartford* vs. Al Hick Waterbury, five rounds; Vin Rock ;Meriden, vs. Y o u n g Gadbol S).-ringfleld, 'five rounds, and Nor man Brosseau, Hartford, vs. Wai ter Gadbolt, Springfield, f o u rounds. The first boat i» schedule- Jor 8:30 sharp. . pVi's Tli"nter ySoes It. . "•'*''•—'"""•'' Carnvan !>.ftn_(-..i R |p . R-'JO-Tbp riopk n -on.. TptpvlnViti Thr-ntpr in^nn— vtrenk thp Rank in ::tfi_p arar iicip IsHnrt J 0:45— Top Views In Sports iHCIS CARNIVAL OCT. 20, 21, 22, 24 FRANCIS SCHOOL HALL **., . . • " . •'''••'-. ^We Give Away • ' A 1949 MERCURY FOUR-DOOR SEDAN ^Purchased From Hubhell Service Station r ONE INDOOR TJELEVISION SET * 'Purchased From Sullivan Electric Enterprises J DOOR PRIZE EACH NIOHT BAUDUC .' 6EORGK KAYE • WONG SISTERS TODAY and THURSDAY "Treasure of the Sierra Madre" with Humphrey Bogrart Walter Houston Tim Holt also "Henry the Rainmaker" with Raymond Walburn Walter Catlett STRAND Tomorrow 1 "The Asylum of Horrors" With the FRANKENSTEIN MONSTER In Person! BIG STAGE SHOW Plus 2 Big Screen Hits To terrify You! Qeo. Wigglesworth & Son, Im PLUMBING, HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING MAPLE STKEET tt Hour Oil Burner Service TEL. 6283 OHBYSLEB and PLYMOUTH G. M. G. TRUCKS J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESBORIES $ Repairing 106 SOOTH MAIN ST. 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