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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

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PACE 6—XAl'GATL'CK NEWS /CONN.), THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 1049 College Coaches Moanin' And Groanin' As Sat. Draws Near There's vl^niy of moanin' and - Groanin' in collegiate football cir- ' cl»s today To hear the coachds arid scou;^ talk, there won't be any winners. AH the teams are going to lose. U-C-Lr-A Scout Torn WhHlcy and California Coach Lynn Waldorf swapped compliments as the teams prepared for Saturday's Pacific Coast Conference headliner. "We've got to out-cbargr. a strong Col Hoe," moans Whitley. "If we don't ^tcp quarterback Bob Celari. we're licJied." Waldorf says "judging what Iowa is doing in the Big Ten, U-CL/-A mut be pretty good to have scored six touchdowns on the Haw- keyes." Wallace Wade shook his head n-5 he prepped Duke for Georgia Tech. "What we've grot to do is stop them consistently," s*ys Wade. "Not just onc;> in &. while, but consistently." Georgia Tech Coach Bobby Dod-i remarks "we've got to. beat them on the ground. That toy Billy Cox of-Duke is the one we fear mo.s.1." SMC-Texas Matty Bell is worried about his Southern Methodist offense now that Frank Payne has joined Doak W»iker on the sidelines. Payne has a broken right hand and Walker is recovering- from the flu. Bell .^ys he doesn't know what he'll do about quartcrtmcking. "Ocod gosh." says BoH, "1 don't kno>v—that's the big problem." Coach Bluir Cherry, whose Texas team plays S-M-U, gets out tht crying towel and .says "That S-M-U attack i.5 diversified and that's the trouble. They beat Kentucky, and without \Valker, yuu know." There have been several changes on the various hospital list.5. Illinois scorns certain to have its i-eg- ular left halfback. Sam Piazza, back in the lineup against Michi-">.!!. Pitiz-nx missed the game with Purdue because of a back injury. Left halfback Pwollie Strehlow of Wisconsin expects to see action against Indiana. Shrehlow was out of the" lineup against Ohio State because of influenza. Ohio State is in its Ijest physical shape of ttie year now that fullback Vic Janowicz i3 in uniform again. The Buckeyes play Northv.c nern Saturday. Yale has lost two olayers and regained two. Fullback Fred Nad- rernv is sick and Vic Frank, a .guard, has a knee injury. Both may miss the Dartmouth game. However, center Win Lovejoy and back Jack Lohnes are ready to go. Lovejoy had a pulled leg musc'*( Lohn&s an injured shoulder. NEHRU REVIEWS R.C.A.F. UNIT MINNESOTA'MAULER - - - By Alan Mover TONNEMAKtt, ON liiS VISIT TO CANADA, Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru of India is rliown as he reviewed a Royal Canadian Air Force unit at Rockliff Air- tort. Ottawa. lie is escorted bv Flight Lt. W. J. Carr. (international* 'MO-PAC STR'iKE&S BACK OH Licenses Of Two Michigan Boxing Officials Revoked Detroit, Oct. 27—(UP)—The Michigan Boxing Commission has i evoked the licenses of the referee and judge who t;c.ve Des Felton a plit ds-cision over welterwolnht contender Kid Gavilan last Friday in Detroit. Thc unpopular decision was 1 ooed for 1 15 minutes by the fans even though Felton i,% a Detroit boxer Michigan Commission Secretary Leo Souiiall sa>s Referee Morrj.5 Sherman and Julge Sam Pearlstein ' were found to be lax in their duties in giving Felton the decision." Souiiall says "after thorough consideration of 'the circumstances surrounding thc fight, it was decided to recall th«! licenses of both *oe referee and the judge." The commission made no move to reverse the decision. Return Of Kent State Fullback Spells Trouble For UConns Storrs, Oct. 27— If you can stop Wilbur Little, you can probablv stop Kent State is thc way they're reasoning at Connecticut this week as preparations continue for Saturday's meeting with the Ohio Golden Plashes at Kent. The Connecticut coaches and players don't have to - take the word of their scouts en Little's ability for the two-time all-Ohio tailback 'fd his teammates to a 42-26 victory over the Uconns at Storrs last AN ENGINE CREW in the Kansas City roundhouse of the Missouri Pacific Railroad prepares a locomotive for the road following thc settlement oi the strike involving four Railroad Brotherhoods. (International). FAMILY FIGHTS DEPORTATION PICKETING THE FEDERAL BUIID1MS in St. Louis, Mo., in protest against deportation proceedings against Mrs. William Santncr, a Yugoslav citizen, are Mr. and Mrs. William Sentner, their daughter, Susan Jo, and son, WiUiam, Jr. Mr. Sentaer is an American citizen. ilnt • Both Geortre Van Bibb°r th" T'oonn athletic director, and Lloyd Wagnon, the frosh coach, report that the Negro ace is back in action with the Kent Staters after a serious operation that kept him sidelined for the first three games. Little's return meant victory for 'ho Flashes against Central Michigan, and, according to Van Bibber, the all-Ohio star is running as well as ever." Actually .here's what Little meant to his team last year: h Vf "f »l C ° red 12 TD ' s -™°'-e than half of the team's total in '48. 2. He piled up 758 yards rushin" .or an average of 7.02 yards a car" 3. He won several' games with timely breakaway running. 4. lie was the most dangerous pass receiver Kent State had Little's return works two ways for the Flashes— their running attack is greatly bolstered and their passing attack once again is plenty potent. Connecticut alsd has good reason to remember Jerry Tuttle who took care of the pitching department for Kent last year Tottie connected for several long completions against the Uconns last season, one of which went for a With Little back in the lineup again against Central Michigan, Juttlc be^an connecting- like a Sammy Baugh. all of which means that Connecticut is likely to be in for double trouble Saturday. Ortiz Decisions Jackie Peterson Glasgow, Scotland, Oct. 27— (UP) Lot me send a greeting outyou yr —Bantamweight champion Manuel Ortiz of El Centre, Calif., decisioned Jackie Paterson of Scotland yesterday In a ten round non-title bout at Glasgow. Paterson, a former world flyweight king, was down four times in the fight but managed to escape a knockout. Officials did not disclose the exact .veight of the fighters. But they weighed in under 124 pounds. COMPULSORY VOTING In Costa Rica, voting in elections is compulsory for all men under .'U years old. Strader Rates Browns As Better Club Than San Francisco 49ers New York, Oct. 27—(U P) — Cli.-r.ibing way out on the proverb-, ial limb today Coach Norman Strader, of the All-Amencan conference New York Yankets, said the Cleveland Browns are a better football team than the San Francisco 49er«. However, not satisfied with provoking- one controversy Strader started another by picking Browns quarterback Otto Graham as a better man than quarterback Frankie Albeit of the 49ers. The Yankee beat San Francisco last Sunday 24-3 and lost a 14-3 decision to Cleveland a inrnth earlier. But Strader emphasized that the team's showing had nothing to do with his feelings: He said Cleveland should beat the 49ers Sunday in their game at Cleveland and Strader added, "The Browns have all the edge in the game cemin" up. ° The Yankees have games scheduled with both teams on future Sundays. But Strnrter - says "I think we'll get better as we g ff Girls' Dusly Pin League Results The Spares took two out of three mo.ches from Megin's in Girls' Du.nv Bowling League play last night, as Gladys Hoppe and Helen Warren showed the way. Individual high single went to D Fitz- perald with 117, but Grace Sc-hrull of Megin's, took high three with u07. Ronnie Kozenesky turned In strings of 125, 111 and 103 to pace the Fearless Five to a 2-1 win over Peter Paul. Arlette Durr was tops for the losers with 114, 81 and 130. Mary Ford paced the Chemical to a 2-1 win over Synthetic. Individual honors went to Jennie Po- lor.is, of Synthetic, who turned in 108, 96 and 109 strings, for a 313 total. ] In the final match of the evening, the Schmoos defeated U. S. Cost, 2-1. Maria Sabia, of the winners, won high single with 114 and tied with Vickie Rynecki, of Cost, for high three with 297. Ramblers Host To St. Louis Tonight The St. Louis Flyers, a title prospect in the Western Division of the American Hockey League, pay their first visit of the season to the New Haven Arena tonight. This makes it two games in two days for the sectional-leading Ramblers, who played at Providence last night. | Fareoff time tonight is 8:30. White Sox Sign Amateur Hurler (By United Press) Thc Chicago White Sox announced the signing of a right hander who has won 41 and lost only 14 games in three years of amateur baseball. The young rookie is William Gingerioh of York, Penn. Gingerlch was signed to a 1950 contract with the Hot Springs, Arkansas farm team of the Cotton State league. Gingerich started playing amateur baseball in 1947. He is attending Lockhaven State Teachers college. GLASS SPLITS Naugatuck Glasj split its matches in the Dusty volleyball tourney J.'ist night at the YMCA, bowing to U. S. Rubber and winning by forfeit over Eastern Malleable Iron. A LONG WALK There are sixteen and one-half miles of corridors In the Pentagon building In Washington. Greyhounds Primed For Battle With Wilbur Cross High Today NEW YORK TUNNEL NEARS FINISH Major Leagues Adopt Rules To Eliminate Radio, TV Restraints Washington, Oct. 27—(UP)—The Justice Department has called off its investigation of alleged restraints in radio and television broadcasts of major league baseball games. The department says the major baseball leagues have adopted new rules designed to eliminate the alleged practices. The new rules were in effect durtng this year's World Series between the New York Yankees and the Brooklyn Dodgers. The department says the frames were carried by more than 700 network and independent radio stations, the largest number over to broadcast the Series, and by all television stations that wanted to carry them. Investigation The Justice Department began looking into the situation after complaints were made about the old major Hague rufing which marked off so-called "home territories" for major and minor league clubs. This rule gave those club? a "veto nower' over radio and television broadcasts of the games other than their own. The complaints also charged that contracts between Baseball Commissioner A. B. Chandler, the Mutual Broadcasting System and the World Series sponsor. Gillette Razor Blade Co., denied "many people" the chance to hear the games before this year. The department says the maior leagues have agreed to new rules granting each major league club the right to determine whether its games shall be broadcast or telecast without reference to the former "veto power" of local clubs— with certain exceptions. Under the new rules, says the department. local clubs may object to the broadcast or telecast of a major league game from a station in the local club's territory only when the local club is playing a home game or telecasting one of its road games. The department says Chandler has agreed to make broadcasts and telecasts of all-star games as well as the World Series available to at least one station serving every important area of the country which can be reached. Boot Room Sweeps Matches With Millers In Rubber Co. League Stan Bottorf rolled a 406 set to establish a new high for the ac.<\son in the U. S. Rubber Co. Men's Interdepartment Bowling League. Bottorf captured high single with a 157 and added games of 117 and 132, as Charlie Angiolillo's Boot Room downed Maurice Benoit's Waterproof Miller,? in three straight games. Ed Karbourez had a 321 for the Millers. The victories moved the Boatmen to third place, only two games behind the leaders. Joe Kloc's Style Gaiters held on to first place with team prize-winning scores of 806 and 1721 as they whitewhashod Bill Wood's Tennis Makir.?, 3-0. Bill De Carlo was the hero, bowling a 133 single and a 369 for three games, and Ed Boz- cnski and Don Miller added 343 and- 344 .to the total. Georg-e Schir.ult/. featured for th c Makers. Despite 144 and 370 scores by Jack ; Wolfe, Frank Carlson's Mechanical dropped two fames to Chuck Johnson's Watei'proof Packing. Lou Pichulo and Kas Marois- zonek were high bowlers for the Packers who retained their hold on second -place by one game. STANDING Style Gaiter le 2 ,SS8 Waterproof Packing.. 15 3 .833 Boot Room 14 7 .ggg TennU Making 11 7 'gu Tennis Mill-Mold .... 12 9 .571 Waterproof Mills ... 6 12 [333 Outsole Cutting 4 17 .190 Tennis Packing 0 21 .000 Red Sox Win Three In K Of C League The Red Sox won three gamen from the White Sox in Knights of Columbus Mixed Bowling League matches last night. Lou Russo •with strings of 114, 133 and 102 paced the winners, while Frank Wylong, with 112, 97 and 93, topped the losers. In the other match of the evening, the Yankees took two out of three from the Indians, copping the- first two strings before dropping the third. Ziggy Baranowski turned in .strings of 97, 152 and 115 for a 364 total to pace the winners. A. Fratesi had 97, 105, and 97 for the Indians. Yanks Sign Kuhel To Manage Blues New York, Oct. 27—(UP)—The New York Yankees have signed a new manager |tor t&eir Kansas City farm club in thc American association. He Is Joe Kuhel who was dropped by Washington last week after managing the Senators for two seasons, Kuhel, who signed a one- year contract, replaces Bill Skiff, Yankee General Manager George Weiss says "Skiff will remain with the Yankees as a valuable member of the organization." It is believed Skiff will be used as a Yankee scout. Hope To Record First Victory Of 1949 Season Coach George Goodwins rev^- tallzed Naugatuck High School football team plays host to Wilbur Croes, of New Haven, at 3 o'clock this afternoon at Recreation Field, In a game which may prove to be the locals' first winning start of the season. A stellar performance last Saturday, when they tied Crosby of Waterbury, 7>'«, saw the locals °how more power and deception than it had any other time this season. The Garnet aerie) attack, which had been at low ebb .ill season, clicked and Bob Rabtoy ind Bob,. White completed six of nine tosses. Monday and Tuesday of this week were devoted to correcting mistakes made in the Crosby eame and In preparing an attack for today's encounter. Charlie A.legi. who was injured early in the Crosby tilt, is back in shape and has been running well in practice. Also showing UD well wern Rabtoy. White and substitute back Bob Sellnske, who broke away (or several loer gains against the Jayvees in Tuesday':? cession. Cross is sure to be "up" for today's tilt, having lost to the Greyhounds, 7-6, last year at New Haven. They have a big. heavy sciuad with one or two fast backs, who, when given a little daylight, can really move. Naugatuck, too, is "up" for the game. They realize that they still have a chance for a winning season and are bent on lacking ur a win today. Their record to date stands at two ties and three losses in five tilts. With four eames remaining, foud wins would not only give them a winning season, but advance them a long way on the road back fo the top of the state's football pile. Chandler Awards Braves' Southworth Full Series Share Versailles, Ky., Oct. 27—(UP) —Baseball Commissioner A .B. Chandler said today thut he awnrd- ecV Boston Brave.?- Manager Billy Routhwort.h a full share of the World Series receipts despite the fact that the team voted the ->in- agnr only a half share. Chandler explained that the votes of the players are apnt to 'the commissioner'.? office so that no injustice is dono. Ard Chandler said, "That's what I did." The commissioner said he had no further coiryment on the matter, but Chandler emphasized, "My action speaks for my fealings." The Braves shared in the series receipts because they finished the season in fourth place in the National league. Southworth took a leave of absence from the club in August. At the time he left the team also was fourth. 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Scheduled for opening next year, the tube will be the world's second lon£e»t underwater tunnel Livercool'* tubes are longer. <International) Knights To Play Dixies Sunday The Naugatuck Knights, with a record of ono win and one ti* 1 , wili seek their second win of the season Sunday afternoon, whnn they journey to Hamilton Park to take on the Danbur^ Dixies at 2 o'clock. Team members are to meet at Recreation Field at 1. The following Sunday, Nov. 6, the Knig-hta will play the Litch- lleld Cowboys, in Litchfleld. ALCAZAR NOW FLAYING Ann Blylh — Howard Duff George Brent in "RED CANYON" arid Leo Goroey and the liou-ory Bovs 'HOLD THAT BABY' SEAS SALT CONTENT The Baltic is the world's least salty sea, the Red the saltiest. rnun In ™ I PLASTIC TOILKT SKATS Lifetime Guarantee Assortr-d Colors S5.95 WEISS BEN FKANKLIN STORK CHDRCH ST. 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