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PACK ft—NAUGATUCK NTEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2, 1949 Garnet Line Holds Opponents To 115-Yard Avg. By Rushing Derby, Wilbur Cross Teams Stopped Cold The Naugatuck High school football team's light, hard charging line has limited its six opponents to 690 yards by rushing, an average of only 115 per game, according to •tatistlcs compiled today. The average is amazingly small considering that the team has been beaten three times and tied three times in a half dozen outings. In four games the locals' rushing total has exceeded that of their opponents. Only one, Shelton. had a large edge in that department. Tor- rlngton also had an edge, a very •light edge, in yards gained rushing. Shelton rolled up 317 yards, al- mo»t half the total given up by the Greyhound forward wall, in romping to a 28-O victory Oct. 15. Most of that yardage came on end around plays. Their net gain through the center of the line is estimated ai. leu than five per cent of the total. In their first game of the season, the Greyhound front line held Derby to a net gain of one yard by rushing, giving up only one first down. Derby won the game, 7-6, by virtue of a 30-yard touchdown runb»ck of an intercepted pass. "In their next outing, the "seven dwarfs" held Wilby to 115 yards in gaining ; a 6-6 tie. Torington moved into the borough the next weeX and rolled up 162 yards in a-19-7 win. They were followed by Shelton, whose backs ran wild to pile up the 317-yards. Oct. 22 at Waterbury, Crosby's supposedly strong team could gain but 110 yards in a game which saw them completely outplay»d, pulling out a 7-7 tie by pass- Ing their way almost 80 yards for a touchdown with leas than a minute to go. Last week the line put forth its best effort of the year in holding a much bigger and heavier Wilbur Cross team, of New Haven, to a minus 15 yards by rushing. The Cross squad failed to pick up a single first down and made ' but 13 yards through the line. This wag wiped out by rushing losses totaling 28 yards. Rams Gain In Race For Lambert Cup New York, Nov. 2—(UP)—Unbeaten Fordham, one of the surprise football teams of the season, jumped from 13th to fourth place today in the race for the Lambert Trophy. Army, Cornell and Pitt lead the parade for the trophy which la emblematic of the mythical eadtern championship. While unbenlcn Army, the defending champions, he'ld on to first place with 988 points the Rama made the week's biggest gain. racking up 978 points. Fordham and Army meet this SaJurday at West Point. Additional Seating Arranged For Aqua Show At Y Tomorrow Additional seating for the Miami Aqua Show tomorrow evening at 'HP YMCA, Is being arranged, according to physical director Fritz lllmniji. The group of six people, three girls and three men, will show their stunts in an hour and a half show, following which a series of raco's. arranged, by Y swimming Coach Alex Sullivan, will be presented. Committee in charge consists of Coach Sullivan, Jimmy Farrar, tvaae Holland, George Zonas, Wes <"!ndy, Rcgina Sullivan and Mr. Klambt. The show starts promptly at 7:30 o'clock. Russian Athletes To Take Lead In World Of Sports-Pravda London, Nov. 2 — (UP)-—The Soviet newspaper Pravda hints that Russia may compete in the 1952 Olympic games at Helsinki, Finland. The editorial, broadcast over radio Moscow and heard In London, says "Russia will capture first places in the world's most important sports" during the next few yeans. It claims that Rus~- sian athletes have set 350 new records, • including 24 world marks. since a new decree was passe*! calling for mass partlci|-atlon In sports. "In Leningrad." the Russian broadcast said "There already is under construction one of "the finest sports arenas in the world, with an expected capacity of more than 100,000." The editorial also defined the difference between Rt,1»sian athletics and what it called "capitalistic" events. "The Russian brand,"," the broadcast said, "Is carried on to improve health and harmoniously develop "the new man." Western 'bourgeois' .?port, "the broadcast continues, "corrupts the individual morally, and develops base instincts." TAKE LEAGUE LKAD The Oldsmobiles defeated the Unr.olns to take sole possession of flrsi place in the U. S. Rubber Co. Girls' Club Bowling Tongue lust wrick. Tho Plymouth!!, who had been tied with the Olds, dropped two games to the Buicks while the leaders were copping two games. In olher matches, the Cadillacs defeated the Chevrolets, 2-1, and the Studebakcrs blanked the Pontiacs 3-0. Chicago Black Hawks' Offense Proves To Be Worst Defense (By United rdrwO The Chicago Black Hawks are disproving the axiom — "the best dc- ConHO is a good offense." Latest National Hockey league figures show that the Black Hawks, tied for last 7ilace. have four players among the top eight scorers Doug Bentley leads the pack with 11 poinJs in eight games. Bontley picked up eight of thoae points in five games last woek. Another Black Hawk, rookie Metro Prystal, la second with nine points. BUI Moxlon- ko, Roy Conachcr, and four other skaters are tied with eight point The others are Fleming Mackell and Sid Smith of Toronto, Paul Ronty of Boston and Ted Lindsay of Detroit. Montreal goalie Bill Durnan is the hottest net minder with an average of only one goal a game In eight starts. Turk Broda of Toronto has stepped into second place with a 1.86. The leading scorer In the American Hockey league is Les Douglas of Cleveland. Douglas has 18 points, .two more than Cliff Simpson of St. Louis. Terry Sawchuk of Indianapoli: leads the regular goalies with a 2.22 average per game in nine tries Lome Worsley of New Haven has allowed only two goals per game but has played in only two tilts. Conn. Football Briefs VAI-K New Haven, Nov. 2—UP) — The Yale football squad IH air minded. The Elis arc working on nn aorial attack and at the same time, trying to tighten up its de Tonnes a^aln.st enemy pa.7'.scs Two of Yale's losses this season wore largely thn result, of pa.saes. And it is pointed out that the next opponent, Brown, also has an ace passer in the person of Joe Paterno. TRINITY Hartford— Undefeated Trinity continues to prep for its Kamc with Amhcrat Saturday but without the service:! of guard Jim McDonnell of Wntcrbury. McDonnell is sidelined with ,1 cold but it Is expected that he will see action against the Lord Jeffs. WESLEYAN Mlddiletown — Wesleyan Coach Norm Daniels is trj'inK to get his chargr,, in peak condition to soften the shock of the two-plntoon system which Williams is expected to throw against them Saturday. PiinlelH IH nl.renMlnjr clafrn.vlvc work and also offc.nHlvo blocking. ONE-FOL'BTH FOREST Approximately one-fourth of the area of the U. S. is commercial forest land. 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The Glovers moved to second place, two games behind the leading U. S. Rubber Co. team. The Keds maintained their lead with a clean 'sweep of their matcn with Lewis Engineering. The Engineers, sporting a aix-game winning streak, entered thi> match a slight favorite but dropped the first game by 13 pins, 508-196; the second by three pins, 514-511, and the last by 27 pins, 530-503. Gene Gladding was tops for the Rubbermen while Warren Downs starred for the all-or- nothing team. Walt Kenncy with a 340 and Tony Maz with 338 featured for Rlsdon as the Rtsdonites defeated W. J. Mcgin's, 2-1. George Holmes rolled a 110 game to give the Meglnmen the first game, but Kenncy and Maz combined to lead Rlsdon to victory in the last two games. Walt Charest banged a' 356 set to lead the Formatic team in a 21 win from Bronson. Ernie Grohmann pulled the second game out of the fire for Bronson with a double strike In the last frame. Standing United States Rubber Co. 16 6 .761 Goodyear Glove 14 7 .666 Lewis Engineering 12 9 .571 Formatic 11 10 .523 Rlsdon Mfg. Co 9 12 .428 Parson Screw Products . 8 13 .381 W. J. Megln 7 14 ,333 Bronson 6 15 .285 Cleveland Opens Three-Point Lead In A. H. L. Race New York— Tho Cleveland Barons opened up the widest margin any team had enjoyed so far this season, as they led the Western Division of tho American Hockey League by three points, over Indianapolis and St. Louis. The Barons and Capitals Hud played the same number of games, nine, while 'St. Louis had been in 12 Pittaburgh trailed in fourth place, another point behind while Cincinnati was fifth, three points after Pittsburgh. Buffalo took over undUnpiuted first place In the East, but were closely followed by a point by Providence which wa« starting to rominio last wjnHon'H chn.mplon»hln form; The R«,l« won both games pl'>yed during the week to better their position. Springfield was also undefeated In two games and took over a third place tic with New Haven, Hcrshey was in fifth spot, Lx» Douglas of Cleveland broke his scoring famine of l ast week and compiled five 'points to increase his lea,gue lead to 18 two more thnn Cliff Simpson of St Louis, and three ahead of Ab Dc- Marco of Buffalo. Paul Gladu of and l W ° .n nnd DeMarco were tied '" ,P al Coring .each with eight ^th 6 ,? 0 "*!" 3 I6d the P'-ymaklrl en H S *f lSi3 - J ° e ^P'"" o! C'n- clnnntl retained his penalty lead, with one minor during the nnd had a total of 84 sml r U ° f Indl ^ sill led both department? of gofii. tonding with two shutouts and an emelency average of 2.22 made up of 20 g 0a i s allowed in nine games Recruit Lineweber Completes Course Fort Dix, N. .1.. NOV. t-Rer-rult nTM H -" n ««=«">r. son of Mr and Mrs. Dennis Lineweber New Havon r,,.rt. Naugatuck. has HU^- ccsBfuiiy completed hla 14 wenks of basic I raining at Fort Dix N ; While receiving this training, he fVas assigned to units of the battle- famed Oth Infantry Division. He is now awaiting ,r«nsfer to a per,na- tended Naugatuck High School and wn-i alno employed by Joaopli Lublnskas, Wolcolt road Waterbury. ' Penny Singleton And Johnny Long At State Penny Singleton, known as 'Blonie' to millions of screen and radio fans, together with Johnny Long and his famous Orchostra, will jointly headline tho double stage bill it the State Theater, Hartford, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Penny Blondie 1 Sinpleton. who is an accomplished artist, will appear in a very entertaining stage presentation, singing, dancing, clowning, and winning her way J right Into your hearts. Johnny Long and his Orchestra, acclaimed aa ono pf the nation's top-ranking musical organizations, will prosont a varied repertoire of up-to-the-minute swing ilts and entertaining novelties. Featured in the band are a long list of top-notch instrumentalists and vocalists, including Janet Brace, charming songstress; Jimmy James, young baritone; Junie Maya, piano styllEl, and the Glee Club. NO OUTLETS Great Salt lake Is fed by four •Ivers and many minor streams but has no outlet, Mazeika's Win Three Matches In Independent Bowling Loop Stretch Win Streak To 19 Games SPTS — 2x1 MAZEIKA'S wins— Mazeika's five continued to set the pace in the Independent Bowl- Ing League, sweeping three games from the latit place Koffec Shop. Tho sweep stretched the leailei-s' winning streak to 19 games. They lead the league by five. Jack Painter and Ken Stauffer Fay Kirkwood Wins "Cowgirl Derby"; Grandma Lucas Third Salem, N. H., Nov. 2—(UP) — Racing fans were a little too busy watching the jockeys in one racn at Rocklngham Park today to pay much attention to the odds and the horses. It was the Rocklngham'a annual race for rodeo girls, and the women from the West put on a right smart show. Hard-riding Fay Kirkwood of Fort Worth, Texas, won the feature with "My Nancy". Miss Kirkwood finished three- quarters of a length ahead of Oklahoma cow-girl, Norma Shoulders. with "Son Admiral". Another length back in third spot was Tad Lucas, a grandmother and world famous trick riding champion out of Fort Worth. Tho rallblrds, after getting over the shock of actually watching the race Instead of the mutucl board, admitted that Miss Kirkwood rode with the finesse of a regular jockey. Fish & Game Club Meets Tonight A regular meeting of the Naugatuck Fish & Game Club, Inc., will be held this evening at 8 o'clock In tho Borough Court room, Town Hall. Vice-President Arthur E. Friend will preside in the absence of Dr. Joseph J. Sitar, who Is In Maine on a hunting trip. DeMartino, DePaul Draw At Hartford Hartford, Nov. 2—(UP)—After Inning thn first fivo rounds, Andy Dopant of Pittsburgh cutnn buck laHt<""nls;h;t to buttle Sal DoMartlno to a'10-round draw. The Hartford boxer tired visibly during the last half of tho fight as DePaul turned nn the heat. DeMartlno weighed 153, and hla .opponent 154. Foremen To Hear Talk On Pollution Robert Schelber, president, of the Naugatuck Chemical and Synthetic Rubber Plants' Foremen'rj Club, an- nouno<fd today that the club will hold a 'meeting Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the Synthetic Rubber Plant cafeteria. Following _a regular business meeting the group will be addressed by John R. Freeman, technical manager of the American Brass Co., on the subject "River Pollution". Refreshments will be served aft- cr' the address. An attendance of approximately 200 is expected. KXTRA DIVIDENDS Regular and extra dividends of 10 cents a share were voted by directors of Peter Paul, Inc., at n meeting of the board Friday. The earnings will be paid Dec. 10 to stockholders of record Nov. 14, according to a company announcement. FUR 1'itICKS DROPPED TO A NFW LOW. Compare Price and Quality KatabllKhed 1859 TO NO. MAIN ST. WATFRBTTRV SKE THE NEW UNIVERSAL WASHER at Gerald's Appliance —' New Low Priced — 107 SPRING 8T. UNION CITY . TELEPHONE 1881 Full Line of Fresh Bakeries ; '*' : Every Sunrise CANDIED APPLES BRAN' MUFFINS ' . HARI> ROLLS -'•• BIRTHDAY CAKES CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. 3(178 Open Pally (tiSO A. M. to 8 P. M. LEWIS CARROLL OB tk* HqB»r« CKKTEB HQUAItK - COI1NK1I PBO8PECT « TTSIOK BTHEETS Bsrflny Tile Board Chrnrnn Trln D»nr Frame* Window Sunn A T rumen P«lnt« Floor Sander, lor B«nl TELEPHONE 1484 THE CHINA INN 11 Harrison Ave. Wntcrhury Closed All Day Monday* Tuesday thru Friday Open 10 A. M. to 10 TP. M. Saturday 11 A. M. to 12 Midnight Sunday 12 Noon to 12 Midnight were high men for Ihc winners. Painter turning in strings of 122, 101 and 07 for a 320 total. Stnuf- fcr won high single with 12-1. Fur the losers, George Madden, with a 103 single and 291 set wag high man. Sam's Service also made a clean sweep, taking three games from Co. F. The winners turned in the highest games of the night, recording team totals of 503, 573 and 5-11 for a grand totiil of 1617. Bob Painter followed tortrlihcr Jack's example and won both high single, with 130, and high three, with 381. His other strings wee 110 and 135. Bob Mariano hail a 320 total, Bernard Palmer 307 and Sam Arnato 234 for two strlnirs. For the losers, Bill Coffee hit 317, Art CYelan 320 and Verr.cski 31?;. News Wins Two In the final match of the evening, the Nnugaluck News team edged out Die Dolton Guards, 2-1. The Guards won the first game easily, by 61 pins, 500-439. The second game was won by the News 507-505. ,Tho teams were a!! tied up going Into the last box and Bob Mariano and Jim Nardello, laal, men for each, both hit for spares. Mariano filled with a six and Nardello with and eight, giving the News the two-pin victory. They copped the last game by r.. 40-pin margin. Nardello, with a 99, 113, 115, 327 total, was high man for the winners. Jim Riggs topped the Guards with a 119 single and 321 set. The standings. W. L. Pet Koffoc Shop 3 18 .143 Guards 5 16 .238 Co. F 10 11 .476 Newd 10 11 .476 Sam's Service 15 6 .71-1 Mazoika's 20 1 .852 i mann tint Fred MacMURRAY _ Maureen O'HARA FATHER WAS A FULLBACK I _ Van JOHNSON SCENE:, CRIME Gloria OeHAVEN Arlene DAHL HEXT nu a MT i ON luoi m nr.ton ••1C ACTS VOBVIl-t On Screw - 'HEUFIRE' TODAY and TOMORROW "That Wonderful Urge" with Tyronn Power Gone Tlerney also "Tuna Clipper" with Roddy M:;I>owall Elena Vcrclugo Roland Winters EXPERT BODY WORK Complete Painting Facilities Wrcckc.r anil Towing Service EKttrrmtes Furnished Budget Plan Available The Naugatuck Fuel Co, FORD HEALER- Phone 5238 RAMOS IRON WORKS tin 111/1)11 KB AVENUE Bxp«rl Hold hip ol All TjpnH—Forging. Hhi»t Mnlnl A OrrminontBl Steel Work. — Portable Welding H TKLKPHONE «*77 ! PRIVATE SHOWING Elmer Whocler Sttlos Training Elton Hotel—Mon. Eve. 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