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FACE B—NAPOATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY. OCT. 20, 1040 Yale, UConn 11's Underdogs Today; Hiiltoppers Favored Wesleyan, Coast Guard Gridders Also Given Nod (By United Press) Two of Connecticut's five major sollegiate football teams will be underdogs today. The remaining three, including the nation's loading scorers, undefeated Trinity will Ife'^fcvored. Pf1*p>cts for a Yale win over DargnotiUfc are bleak, and Head Coach Herman Hickman is the first to admit it. Mickman lost some • of his accustomed, joviality this week as he, expressed dissatisfaction with the way his once-beaten charges were disporting themselves in practice. Eli supporters are crossing their flnjfers, however. They hope that a jinx which often has operated in their behalf in the Dartmouth series will haunt the. visitors again In true Hallowe'en fashion. Many times since the first Yale-Dartmouth game in 1884. which the Blues won 113-0, the 'jinx has made itself felt, robbing the Greeu of seecninigly-certain victories. The high-stepping Trinity team, on the other hand, seems a lead- pirc cinch to remain in the unbeaten, untied ranks. The hilltop- pcrs arc in tip-top shalre, with nearly a dozen backs ready to roll. In contrast, their opponents, Worcester Tech. are re_portcd to have little reserve strength. UConns The University of Connecticut squad, which meets Kent State in Ohio, is In for a far different type of afternoon than is experienced during its 125-0 romp against Nevi.-.ort Naval last Saturday. Kent is spearheaded by Tailback Wilbur Little, who averaged seven yards a try last year and who recently returned to» action. He is expected to spell the difference and give the Ohio club the edge. Wesleyan, which went through 23 games' undefeated before dropping two this season, may have trouble \vtth American International at Springfield. The Cardinals suffered a big let-down following their Little three loss last Saturday to Amherst, a game for which they h^ad been pointing. But if they bounce back; and the odds are they will, they should take A-I-C. Chaot Guard, which has. won; three out of five, is expected to have un easy time of it. Lowell Textile isn't counted ulpon to provide much opposition for the game at New London. Other weekend games involving Connecticut teams are: Arnold at Adelphi, New Haver. Teachers at New York Aggies,, and Panzer at University of Bridgeport. Gov. Of Michigan Steps Into Felton, Gavilan Fight Probe (By United The governor of Michigan has stepped into the investigation of the Les Felton-Kid Gavilan fight held last Friday night in Detroit. Governor WIlllamH has ordered state police to make a "thorough Investigation" of rumors of nujin- tlal in connection with the bout Felton won on an unpopular split decision. Detroit police already have an investigation underway. So has the Michigan boxing commission, which revoked the licenses of two of the officials. Williams says he, took the stop upon the request of Boxing Commissioner Floyd Stevens. The governor ordered State Police Commissioner Donald Leonard to inquire whether the protested decision was based on "carelessness or outside influences." The boxing commission revoked the licenses of referee Morris Sherman and Judge Sam Pearlstcln on charges of "laxncss." The commission has been criticized severely for failing to elaborate on the (dismissal and for using Pearlslein In the first place. It has been learned that Pearlstein was a last-minute choice and that his papers were rushed through without checking 1 them far references. EXPERT BODY WORK Complete Painting Facilities Wrecker and Towing Service EBtlmates Furnished Budget Plan Available The Naujratuck Fuel Co. Phone 5236 CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH O. M. C. TEUCKS J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing !•« SOUTH MAIN ST. T«k>nhon« PLASTIC TOILET SEATS Lifetime Guarantee Assorted Colors $3.95 WEISS rSANKLJN STORE CHtJKCH ST. NATJGATTJCK 1or The Best In Jewelry Knights Play Dixies Tomorrow Afternoon At Rolling Mill Field The Naugatuck Knights, Water- buiy Dixies game has been moved from Hamilton Park to Rolling Mil! Field, on Watertown avenue, it was announced today by club officials. The game is slated for tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Team members will meet at Recreation Field at 1 o'clock. The locals have, a record of one win and one loss thus far in the sea.-.on, having lost to the Waterbury Bulldogs, 14-13, in the opening game of the season. They then came back to defeat Cheshire 'two weeks ago. Last week was open. •Halfback Jack Ber»son\ arirt tackle Buddy Beers, both of whom were injured in the Cheshire game, are expected to be out for the year. The Jurzym=ki brothers, Eddie and Ray, who were injured in the. opening gaime missed the Cheshire tilt. Ray is expected to start tomorrow but it is believed Ed will miss the game. The proboible starting lineup for the Knights will be Larry Magone and Joe Krause at ends, Bob Gascek and Tommy Bradshaw at the tackle posts, Pete Bret^an and 'Red" Vanasse at guards and Bob Lee at center. The backfield will show Gene and Bill Scranton at the halfback posts, CTisham at fullback and Ray Jurzynski at quarterback. Teams seeking games with the Knights chould get in ifluch with Bob Behlman, telephone 'number 6518. Hawley Hardware 102 Church Street Moore's and Devoe Paints Glidden's Spread Satin Plasti-Kote Finish Roasters Electric Appliances Hotpoint Refrigerator. and Stoves • Phqafr 4086 VT'e Deliver Cerdairs Death Stuns Boxing World (By United Press) The boxing world is stunned over j the death of one of its most pop- I ular champions, killed in an air i crash. j Marcel Cerdan, the Frenchman j who lost his middleweight title to Jake La Motta last June, was among the 48 on the plane which crashed into a mountain on the Azores yesterday. Cerdan, who had -won the title from Tony Zale last September, was enroute to New York for a return bout with L,a- Motta in Madison Square Garden on Dec. 2. Traveling with Cerdan were his manager, Jo Longman, and trainer Paul Jenser. Cerdan had been scheduled to fight La Motta in September, 'but shortly before the fight, Jake reported a shoulder injury. The fight was postponed until December and Cerdan returned to Casablanca. Morocco, where he jonned his wife and three sons. "FLYING BLIND" MAY BE ALL RIGHT FOR BATS "BUT" A Sound Business Calls For Good Judgment Efficient Employees Quality Products United States Rubber Company Naugatuck Footwear Plan* Greyhound Jayvees Seek Third Win Over Shelton 11 Monday The Naugatuck High school Junior Varsity football tenm seeks Its third Naugatuck Valley Jayvec League win Monday afternoon, when it travels to Shelton for a game with the Gael seconds. The locals nosed out Shelton In their first meeting three weeks ago at Recreation Field, 7-8, and are out to repeat. That was the first win of the season for the Greyhound juniors and since that time they were tied by Derby in "overtime" and defeated Seymour, 6-0. Their record for the season stands at two wins, one loss and one tic. Halfbacks Boh Selinskc and Jimmy McCann, fullback Manny Matos and quarterback Deacon Clisham will probably start in the Naugatuck backfield. Dick Monaghan and Howie Wood are the probable starting ends. The rest of the lineup is uncertain. McGugan Again Leads "All-America Bench Warming" Candidates Norman, Okla., Oct. 29—(UP)— The All-America bench warmer from the University of Oklahoma, Boyd "Bronko" McGugan, is heading for that honor for the second straight year. McGugan is the 152-pound center -.1 the Oklahoma "junior vnrslty" who lust year became a symbol of the guy who comss out for practice day after day, yet rarely, if ever, plays in a gamo. Last year, McGugan sat on mhe bench grime after game. The fans would chant "We want McGugan" and on the rare occasions when hfjl did get In the game, they'd cheer him like a touchdown hero. McGugan _and his battered, black helmet became nationally famous. His name was mentioned on the radio, It. WM.H in the nnwHpapor hr-ad- lln<>«, Oklahoma City Quarterback club had a "Bronko" McGugan day." When it was all over, MoGugan didn't even get his letter. But Bronko didn't give up football. He wa« back again this year picking up the usual bumps and bruises as he scrimmaged the varsity. McGugan hasn't gotten into a game this year. Oklahoma Coach Bud Wilkinson says he can't take BronkO' on road trips as the traveling squad is limited to 35 players. And the home games, against Texas A. and M. and Kansas, were t.co tough to permit wholesale substitutions. Bat Wilkinson says he's going to try und give Bronko his chance before the .season is over. The Soon- ers have three more home games and. while there's hope—there's McGugan. Capot Wins 13th Pimlico Special Baltimore, Oct. 29—(UP)—Greentree Stable's Preakness and Belmont winner "Capot" yesterday defeated Calumet F a r m's favored "Coaltown" in the 13th running of the Pimlico special. It is the second time this year that Capot has whipped the speedy Coaltown. Lee Oma Cleared In Bertola's Death Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 29—(UP) 1 —A Buffalo grand jury has cleared heavyweight Lee Oma of any responsibility in the death of Enrico Bertola, the former Italian heavyweight champion. Bertola died of a brain injury Oct. 5, after a fight with Oma the night before. The grand jury did make three recommendations to the New York State Athletic Commission: It suggested that "serious" consideration be given to the use of eight-ounce gloves in future fight? That ringside doctors be given equal power with the referee to stop a fight any time they think it necessary. And that, an examining doctor be given a complete 1 medical history of a fighter so he can givu special attention to injuries suffered in previous fights. Cleveland Favored Over San Francisco New York, Oct. 29—(U P)—The Cleveland Browns are favored over the San Francisco 49'ers in the top game of the Sunday pro football schedule. New York bookmakers say the Browns should win by seven points in the 'All-America Conference game. The New York Yankees are 13 1-2 points over the Baltimore Colts in another Sunday conference clash. In the National League, the Chicago Cardinals are favored by 10 points over the New York Giants. The Philadelphia Eagles are 14 points over the Pittsburgh Steel- ers. The Detroit Lions rate seven points over the Green Bay Packers. And the unbeaten Los Angeles Rams are six-and-a-half point favorites over the Chicago Bears. AT DINNER Planning to attend a testimonial dinner -tonight in Wiliimantic in honor of Howard JaCjjbs, American Legion department commander and Mabel Winters!, depart- members of the Ladies' auxiliary ment president, are the following of American Legion post, No. 17: Dorothy Broder, president; Mrs. Thomas Broder, Maureen and Frances Braziel, Saddler TKO's DeMarco In Ninth Sandy Saddler, former featherweight chamrplon of the world. won a technical kwockout over Paddy DeMarco last night at Mnciison Square Garden. DeMarco's hnmilors culled l>t quits at the end of the ninth, with their boxer's face looking like raw hamburger from the beating administered by Saddler. DeMarco pressed the fight In the first three rounds, winning all three. Saddler took .the offensive In the fourth, and methodically cut the Brooklymte to piece.?. Rev. Donald Kent Preaches Tomorrow In Bristol Church The churches of the Hartford District of the Augustana Lutheran Church of America will observe Reformation'Sunday tomorrow by an exchange of pul|>llH by the pastors of the various churches in the district. The Rev. Donald L. Kent, pastor of the Salem Lutheran Church, will be in Bristol, where he will conduct services nt the Lebanon Evangelical Lutheran Church. The Re-v. Sigurd Hanson, pastor of the Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church, Mlddlctown, will be guest preacher at !hc local church. The practice of pulpit exchange was started three years ago for the purpose of acquainting both the pristors and the people of tho several congregations with onn an- olher. Thn messages of the day will em-' phnslze the rich heritage of the church na It Is found In Its teachings and meaningful traditions. Driver Fined $100; Court Remits $75 George Carranzo, 23, of 00 Lam- bcrton street. New Haven, wa« found guilty on a charge of operating a motor vehicle -while his license was under suspension and WON fined $100 by Deputy Judge Joseph P. Donahue In borough court today. The court remitted $75 of the fine. Dominick V. Latella, 1629 Post road, Milford, charged with violation of the rules of the road, was given a continuance to Dec. 3. Donald Linhard, 30, 23 Dunn avenue, charged with passing a stop 3ign, forfeited a $5 bond. Police Angrily (Continued From Pag>3 One) or 25 minutes after the call was received at headquarters. Verifies Report Alexander Kolakowskl, 240 North Main street, owner of the Fitzgerald Funeral Home, said that he called for the ambulance at "20 of or quarter of 12." He said that he Was not sure of the exact time he made the call, but knew it was about that time. Mrs. Kane was struck m front of his home and he and Mrs. Kolakowski brought out blankets to cover Mrs. Kane. Asked if he believed an undue length^ of time passed waiting i'or the ambulance to arrive, he caid, "I wouldn't say so. It was a few tninutes." Lieut. Ostrom also said today chat Frank A. Gaglione, 30, of 39 Wales street, driver of the car which struck Mrs. Kane, was booked at headquarters at 12:05 o'clock. He said, "He was brought in by Patrolman Summa who investigated the accident. The ambulance had left the scene before Summa brought him in here." Crowd Interfcrs The' officers reported having difficulty at the scene because of the 'large crowd milling about Mrs. Kane. Patrolman Ploski said, "Mrs. Kane is a rather heavy woman and because she complained of severe pains of the head and hip we took our time placing her in the ambulance to prevent hurting her. On the way up I told Sharon to drive slow so she fMrs. Kane) wouldn't get shaken Up." Carter Comment Warden Harry L. Carter stated after checking the time element involved in the matter, "I feel that the delay, if any, wns very slight," and added, "If the information I have recived is correct, the time it took the ambulance to make the run doesn't seem unreasonable." Battery Dead? The warden said that the first information he received on the issue indicated that the battery of the ambulance was "dead", and that he immediately took steps to olace a responsibility with the police department that the aiknbulance be in proper condition at all times. Warden Carter reiterated that when asked if the ambulance re? •jponslbility could be transferred ybm the police to the fire department he said "Any such action would have to be taken by the- board of warden and burgesses." He added, "It certainly would be impractical to transfer the ambulance from the police to the fire department even if it is requested." Gormley Statement Police Chief John J. Gormtey eaid today that records of the ambulance are open to public inspection at police headquarters. He naid the time elements concerned in this ease indicate there was no undue time lost in making the trip. He said records at the police station and at the hospital show clearly that no more than 25 minutes passed and that this corresponds to the time consumed in any ambulance case of this type. "I have received no complaint about the service? the police department is giving with the ambulance, especially in this particular case, Chief Gormley said. Grange Juveniles To Hold Masquerade Tomorrow Afternoon A Hnlloween party will be held tomorrow afternoon by the Juv«- nlle division of the Beacon Valley Grange at 3 o'clock in the Grange hall. Honorary members and parents arc 'invite/ to attend. At lost night's meeting of the lOrangc a Halloween party was held "with Irene Miller, Walter Roberts and Mrs. John Casper as judges of the grand march, ^izes were awarded Mrs. Antonio Brodeur, Edward Honyotaki, Charles Brush and Barbara Schwartz. Mrs. Raymond Benson, master, presented reports on the state Orange convention held last week in Hartford, and Mrs. Olive: Greenwood, Juvenile matron, reported In behalf of that section of the Grange. A letter of congratulations on the award mn.de the local (Grange for its recreation! rn|i-k •was read from Representative James Patterson. MUm MorRUorltn Honry reported on the annual Grange fair and expressed appreciation to^Naugatuck and Middletmry merchants who donated merchandise for the auction. An afghan vra.f awarded Mrs. Frank Hroch of Marjoric street. Mrs. William Brush, Mrs, Benson and Mrs. Adolph Kudznrm were appointed a temporary dance eonvmltitco. At the conclusion of the evening's activities refreshments were served by the home economics committee. Boys Wanted (Continued From Pago One) these boys." the statemerit continued. "We can use moro of thefte future citizens to make up Dens, or groups of youngtsers to build useful things as well as useful minds and bodies, to learn healthy habits which these boys can lake with them into manhood. Parents, Too "Also, we have planned programs in Cubbing for parents. They should bo proud to have their boys achieve their goals, with the parents' help and guidance." "At the last meeting of Pack 10, a good time was had by the boys. We had a very nice candle ceremony for the graduation of boys Into a higher rank and they were quite proud when their parents pinned their badges on them." Boys who received badges were: Edward Skipp, George Gudauskas, Donald Fellows, Andrew Knapik and Jimmy Borne, Bobcat badges; Joel Nelson, John Nelson and Jimmy Woostcr, Wolf badges', Norman Krampetz. Bear badge; and Mra. Francis Skipp, a Den Mother's pin. During the fun period, a Halloween party was held. Games were played under the direction of Emmet Wooster, assistant Cubmaster. Den table centerpieces^ were inspected and Dens one and two were complimented for their efforts. Many original costumes, which were the boys' projects for the month, were worn. The Pack meets on the last Tuesday of each month at 7 o'clock and meetings are finished by 8:30. The Dens meet every Wednesday at 3:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Wooster, on Maple street ,Den one, and at the home of Mrs. Skipp, Rubber avenue, Den two. PROBATE NOTICE District of Naugatuck, ss. Probate Court, Octoiber 28th, A. D., 1949. ESTATE of Eugenio Mbntanari late of Naugatuck, in said District, deceased. The Executor, having exhibited his account with said estate to this Court for allowance, and made application for an ordet of distribution of said estate, it is ORDERED. That the 2nd day of November, A. T>., 1849, at 2:15 o'clock, in the afternoon, standard time, at the Probate Office in Naugutuels, be and the same is, assigned for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and application and the Cjourt directs) the Executor, to 'give notice thereof, by publishing this order In some newspatp«r having a circulation in said District, and by leaving with, or by mailing in letters addrravscd to each of the persons interested, and residing- without the Probate District of Nauga-i tuck, a crxpy of this ord'cr, all at least two days before said day of hearing and return to this Court. Attest, ANN N. UNDERHILL Clerk. PROBATE NOTICE District of Naugatuck, ss. Probate Court, October 28th, A. D., 1949. ESTATE OF George N. French, late of Naugatuck, in said District, deceased. The Executor, having exhibited Mr* account with said estate to this Court for allowance, and made aiC.lication for an order of distribution of said estate, it is ORDERED, That the 2nd day of November, A. D., 1949, at 2 o'clock in,_the afternoon, standard time, at the Probate Office in Naugatuck, be and the same is, assigned for a hearing on the allowance of said account, and application and the) Court directs* the Executor to give notice thereof, by [publishing this order in some newspapei- having a circulation in said .District, a copy of this order at lea=it two days before said day of hearing and return to this Court. Attest, ANN N. ITNOERHTLL, Clerk. SANTOS GENERAL REPAIRS Radiators, BalieriM Washing Muchlnea, Baby Carriage* - Bicycles, Soldering LAWN MOWERS SHARPS^TBD 4SO Rnbber ATP. 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