Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 3, 1949 · Page 4
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Thursday, November 3, 1949
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PAGE 4-3VAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.). THURSDAY. NOV. 3, 1949 Wholesale Attempt!^ "fix" Race At The"Rock" Revealed Sponges Inserted In Nostrils Of Five Horses (By United IPre«s) Official* of Rocklnghum Park in New England today told of a whole- Bale attempt to "fix" the eevwith race of Oct. 24. The officials say an investigation showed sponges had been inserted in the nostrils of five of the nine horses in that race at the Salem, New Hampshire, track. Two of the five "fixed" horses were 2-1 favorites in the race, which was won by "Crisis." paying 11-60. There have been no arrests made and track officials say they have no evidence involving any of the owners. The first inkling that the horses had been tampered with came when trainer Lyle Philips found a blood-stained rubber sponge in the feed bin of his horse. "Seersucker.' Further checking led to the discovery that "M. Longelnc," "Shining Deed," "Farmlngton" and "First Reward" also had been "tampered' with. The Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective association has offered a reward of J500 for any information leading to the arrest of a person or persons responsible for the act. Rockingham officials have found no connection between this case and another incident which occurred at the track last week. That was when an unemployed groom was found in the stall of one of the horses scheduled to run the following day. The horse was scratched .although the groom claimed he merely wanted to make sure the horse was sound before making a big bet on him. Packers Tie Gaiters For Rubber Company Bowfing League Lead Kas Jlarclszonek rolled a prize winning 371 set to lead Chuck Johnson's Waterproof Packing In a 2-1 win over Joe Kloc's Style Gaiters In the feature match of the U, S. Rubber Co. Men's Inter- department Bowling League this week. ' Lou Plchulo added a 352 total In give the Packers both team prizes with scores of 897 and 1667 The winners moved Into a tip for first »lace with the losers, both teams having \i three-jfnmo lead over Charlie AngloUllo/s Boot. Room. Don Miller of the Gaytees won Individual high single with a 135 Ifctme. - Ray Carnoroli featured as Waterproof Mills defeated Waterproof Cnttine, 2-1, dropping the losers Into the cellar position. Johnny Loskey starred for the Cutters. Bernle Fredericks' Tennis Making emerged on the long- end of i •2-1 score On !Weir match with *>ank Carlson's Mechanical as Billy Woods bowled a 335:set. The Mechanics won the first game but Woods and Joe Pelrra combined to give the. Makers the next two. Standlnr W. L. Pot. Style Gaiter ........ 17 4 .809 Waterproof Pack. . 17 4 .809 Boot -Room 14 7 .668 I Tennis Making ... 13 8 .642 I Tennis Mill Mold. 15 0 .625 Mechanical 10. 11 .428 Waterproof Mills 8 '13 .380 Outsole Cutting . 5 19 .208 Tennis Stitching . 0 24 .000 Repeal Of Baseball's Controversial Bonus Rule Predicted (By United Press) Baseball men are" predicting that the controversial bonus r'llo will be revoked next month at the major and minor league meeting in Baltimore. They evidently feel sure that the club owners will go along with Tuesday's recommendation by thn executive council. The council, which met at Commissioner A. B. Chandler'is home in Versailles, Ky., voted unanimously to repeal tho bonus rule. If tho club owners rubber stamji this decision next month, and It appears almost certain they will, all provisions of the bonun rule will be repealed within 10 days. That will mean clubs may spend as muoh bonus money as they de- sidc to attract talent wl'.hout penalty. Under the present rule, the club? can offer big bonuses. But when they do, they must call up the bonus player within a year,"whether he's ready for the big time or not. The council also voted against an earlier opening of the major league season, arguing that early April weather conditions arc too uncertain in some big 1 league cities. The question of standardizing Pennant playoffs al?o -was discussed. No action was taken. It will be discussed further at the December meeting. Player Draft Another important Item on the December agenda is the drafting of players. After the major league owners lift through the lists, "the Toledo mudhens of the American association will get first choice at HIP diamond talent. Toledo ffet pri^ ority because of Its last-place finish in the trip]e-A loop this year nt ,' TexfM ' win have ttf *t players in the doujble-A COlUnibla ' South Cnro- e olass A lottery; Kings ton, New York, in the class B NEW YORK'S PHONES New York alone has as many telephones as all of either Latin America or Asia. n If• AnytUnr for Tour Floor -•« ' Call ARRAY FLOOR OOVBKINaS BO DUaiond St. Tel. «918 i Snead Takes Lead 'n North And South Open Golf Tourney Pinehurst, N. C., Nov. 3—(UP) The steady stoker from Whit, Sulphur Springs, W. Va Samm Snead, Drubbed the lonri in th' '7th North 'and Sou I h Open Jol lournnment at Pinehurst N C yesterday. Snead fired a first-round four under par 68. Snoad's dazzling 33-35 over th, long fi,OGC-tyiard course fcmt Mn ahead of 110 other contenders Jus one stroke off the pace set bj, blammln Sammy" wag Johnn- r"i a u,? f Pittsbl "-Kh. and Ted Kro] of Philmont, Pa. Occasionally bothered In the past with his putting, Snead was steady on the greens. Although most of the players complained tho courae was toucher than earlier In the week following yesterday's rain The low amateur was Skee Riejcel of Tulsa, Okla., who came home in 71. That was one stroke bettei than North and South Amateur Champion Frank Stranahart the Toledo, O., strong boy. STEEL OUTPUT The U. S. produced about 800 millloo tons of steel between 1940 and 1949. DOUBLE-DUTY By Alan Mover //f'S A 6 /Mf>0 To SP/LL SPSLI of SUPER ORACLES AiL-AMER/CA P/CKERS, RECOGNIZED Joe's TALENTS THIS YEAR Bi/r rne BOYS WHO ffSAUY MOW. Trie PRO scours, HAD PAST 2 SfASOfc ' Wftefi""jof V/tTH CHUCK THEY FORM A BANANAS COOKED Some types of banana must be cooked before they are edible. The Show for the Whole Family! A New Haven R E N DEC. 1 thru 10th of 1950 "TOY SHOP" MONcorwna MOmiCTMN* Evenings at 8 Mats. Z:30 Dec. S, 4, 10 All Seats Benerved *2. «.7S, W.OO tax In Get Tickets Now! Choice seats now on sale at box office and by mall order: By mall specify number of tickets, price, dates, mat. or eve, and enclose stamped self addressed envelope. Conn. Football Briefs YAI.TC New Haven, Nov. 3— (IJP)--An X-ray picture to be made today will tell whethter Yale reserve .liacl; Charlie Keller will be able to play against Brown Saturday, Keller was sidelined when he wrenched a knee during a scrimmage yesterday. He scored one of the Ells' two touchdowns against Dartmouth lust. wer;k. TIUJVITY Hartford — Trinity's unbeaten football team may be minus a guard when it ment.H AmherHt Saturday, fjeorgc Smih IM nursing u knee injury. Meanwhile, another guard, Jim McDonnell has rejoined the squad after being out with a cold. WESLEYAN Middletown—Wesleyan football coach Norm DanielH says Jim Sludwell, one of his be«t brirltH, will be out of action for the rest of the season. Studwcll received "a bad bump on the head" in the Amhci-Rl game. Daniels says there Is no tnk- Ing chances with an injury like that. CONN. U. Storrs—The University of Connecticut football squad has tried a few new plays as they prepare for Saturday's gome wllh Rhode Island State. Conch J. O. Christian also in endeavoring to polish up the U-Conns' passing attack. Tommy Ciarlo Lifts Vie GardeH's State Welterweight Crown Wu:terbury. Nov. .'t--(UP)- Conneotlcut lias M. new welterweight champion, but it 'rrmy not be for long. Tommy C'ini-lo won the titln I.-ut ni.^ht in Waterbury. but must defend it within 30 days. The now champ took the crown from Vic Cardell of Wilson In a close 12- r')Und bunt. Cinrlo, u Wutei'iiury buy, rallli'r! In tin; last thrt'i: rounds enabling him to clinch the title. Referee Lou Bogiish of Bridgeport award i;fi th(? contender a Iwo-poJnt odge At. Hu- rlngKldn cheering Oardol wnw Lioutnnant Governor William T. Cir.Toll .The former champlor 1.3 a messenger at the State Ca|* tol. In one of t'no preliminaries Beaoh Jones, 1G3, of Naugatuck KO'ed Leon Soohitsky, lea, of Middletown, in 1:11 of the third round. The p.-iyoff blow W:\H a looping right hand which fltiUcned the Mlddletwn Tighten- and had still grogy as he left the him ring. SoobitHky KO'od Jonm first meeting more thnn ago, but lias come out in thel ye: 11 th. wrong end of the decision each of tho .several since. times they have met PAPER FROM PULP Wood pulp Is the basis of 95 per cent of all paper. $-10 BILLION IN GOLD About $40 billion in gold has been mined since Columbus discovered America in 1492. Foley Little League To Elect Tonight Officers of tho Peter J. Foley Little League for the coming yen-r will bo elected at a meeting of the Board of Directors, thia evening at 8 o'clock in the Knights of Columbus rooms. A slate will be submitted by a nominating committee headed by Chairman John Deluney. AU-AMe(VCAH<5 Tfi/S JUSTICE M New YORK /fOV./Z AttDPoAK WAL 0N 0fC.3 AT PALLAS .' VlMtiltutit t» Ktni rnniu tfadttllt Greyhounds Again Seek First Win, Against So-SoTech Team Three Members Of Leavenworth 11 May Miss Tilt Coach Gooi'Rfi F. Goodwin's Nau- h school fooUmll loam will rnulto Iholr fiononcl Invuolon of Watorbury'a Municipal Stadium of tho yfiar Saturday afternoon, when they head up the valley to play Leavcnworth High's grlddcra. In their last visit to the Stadium, the Greyhounds met Crosby's supposedly .strong team and played them to a 7-7 tic, Saturday they will be; favored over the Tech Tigers, the first time thia year that they have been given an edge over an opponent. Judging by comparative records, Leavenworth should bo the favored team, having won two games while Naugatuck has yet to break into the win column. However, the Garnet and Grey's hard running trio, Charlie Alogl, Bob Rubtoy and Bob White, are expected to be morn than a match for Tcch'w Martin, Comrnorford and Jacovlno. Throe Hurt The Watcrbury school's line has played good and bad all season. Against Wilby last week, the line held the Wildcats to almost no-gain in the first half but had a difficult time stopping them In the second half. Three members of the varsity forward wall, end Johnny Stril- ecltlH, center Lcn Blrro and tackle Bill Longo were injured in the Wilby fray and may not see action. Martin, the fullback, was also injured, but is expected to be ready for the Garnet, although his cffec- Uvono.'iH may be Homowhal hampered. Martin, Jacovino and Commorford all ran well against Wilby. All three broke away for long- gains time after time, only to be stopped from going- all the way by the last defender. The majority of the Tech plays were end-around or off-tackle •iluntH and it is expected that they will give the Garnet ends and tackles a workout Saturday. The i few straight line plays tried by Tech Tailed to pick up much ground- against the Wilby line. Toch showed the lack of a passing attack against the Wildcats. Or perhaps they felt they had no need of passing. At any rate, 'the Tigers attempted only two 'aerials, with one going incomplete and the oth er being intercepted. They are expected to rely on a ground game against Coach Goodwin's charges. Nuugnluck, alno has failed to develop n rullahlu aerial game. Against Orofihy two. weeks ago they completed six on nine passes, but last week against Wilbur Cross could click on only three of 17. The game should therefore develop into a battle of the lines, each attempting to stop the other's running .backs. Helen Warren Sets Two Girls' Dusty League Marks Helen Warren net two now soa- HOII'K high records last night, as she paced the Spares to a 3-0 victory over U. S. Cost in Girls' Dusty Bowling League matches. Miss Warren turned in a 153 single cinrt 3fiO total, highest individual totals of the league season. D.. Fitzgerald contributed strings of 110,, 117 and 05 to aid in their triumph. A. Fnlncr hud a 121 single. For the Cost team, Louisa Valentine had a 106 single and J. Loman a 285 total. Tho Schmoos took two out of three- from Naujratuck Chemical. 'ied 'by Marie Sabia's 116 single ind 300 total. The winners copped ihe first two panics before losing the third by eight pins. Mary For'] was high for Chemical. The Fearless Five coloured two out of three from Meg'in's. Mar- ir-irot Gillette was ihirti for the Five with a 117 single and 29-4 three-string total. For Mcgjn'sr, "•ihirlcy Waterhoiwc rolled a 320 ilnglc and 279 total. The final match of the cvenin~ aw thf- Synthetic take tvo games from Peter Paul. Lou Goncalve.s rolled a 114 single to p.ico the wmners to a 495-480 triumph In the flhd.1 match, after the teams hud. split the'firnt two. Gen lUploff topped the losers . GAS USED FOR COOKING In -'liws.' '\bout 28 million U tamilics used gas for cooking. FUR iMijcEs UROPPED"" TO A Nt'W LOW. Compute price and Quality S. Eatablinhed 1859 NO. MAIN ST. WATERnTTRT SEE THE "NEW" UNIVERSAL WASHER at Gerald's Appliance — New Low Prices — t07 8FRING ST. UNION CITY TELEPHONE Z6B1 LEWIS CARROLL T!>» Dualcr on tue Hnmr* QrABK - COHHJsn * tnsxoif STBBETB Barctaj Tile Board Clirom, Trim Door Fumei Window Sa«h * Fr«p\«; 45 Attend YMCA Ladies'Gym Class One of the largest, groupu of the season attended tho weekly ladies' gym clasfl at the YMCA Tuendny evening, according to physical director Fritz Klambt. Forty-five ladles were present, and took exercises, played volleyball, and swam. c Those attending were: Jano Bonlempo, Victoria Kosowicz, Althea Lewis, Evelyn Klambt, Theresa Zapatka, Dorothy Fitzgerald, Florence Swiderski, Hed- wlg Mlkalchus, Olga Natalizlo, Evelyn Lakis Anno Frcdsall, Doris Johnson, Lillian Sundasi Dorothy Magee, Anne Semoske, Joyce Ann Kanehl, Anne Ezenskl, Olive Greenwood, Mary p °y. W lian Schaer, Sally Lanfcierl, Angle Carlello, Jean Amico, Helen Klnik. Ruth Gcrucha, Stella Troland, Josephine Tangredl, Evelyn Mariano, Antoinette Zuccarelll, Jonephlno Kinnock, Inez Rossi, Helen Oliver, Hcdwlg Makowki, Betty Barblerj, Norma Leone Florence DelGobbo, Molly Cobbol, Helen Lanlieri. Alice Ratkiewlch, Margaret Lofky, Phyllis Jenzell, Ruth Lusc'henat, Ann Urban, Rose Hat-nick and Carolyn ?iapatka. The class meets every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Yanks Blank Red Sox InK.OfCBowilng The Yankees won three games from the Red Sox in Knights of Columbus Mixed Bowling- League matches last night an the R&M Alleys. Ziggy BnranoWHkl paced the winners with strings of 81), 333 and 104 for a-320 total. Lou Rus.<)o topped the losers with 110, 118 and 97. In the othor match, the White Sox took two out of three from the Indians. Frank Wylong paced the Sox with strings of 107, US and 95, for a 320 total. Chuck VVaswowicz was high man for the Tribe. Two Montreal Hockey Players Arrested For Assaulting Fans <By Untied Press) Two Montreal players, Ken Ilcnr- don and Leo Gravelle, are out or. $100 bond each loday chargec with assault. They were arrestcc following a fight involving spec Uilorti during the CnnndlenH-CM cugo National Hockey Lnagiir game at Chicago last night. Font spectators brought the charge* iipainst the Montreal stickmen One spectator suffered a seven head cut from a blow with : hockey stick, and was given cmer gcncy treatment at the stadium The fight delayed I he game -'( minutes. Chicago look it 4-1 tr move Into fourth place behind the Canadiens. In other Nalional League gamp.- last night the Red Wings bent Bos ton, 5-3, in a gamo at Detroit ,im: mowed into a first place lie with Toronto. The Maple Leafs, whc plnyed host to New York, were hck to a 3-3 tie by the Rangers. The league will remain Idle until Saturday. Only one game Is scheduled to day in the American League. New Haven will tnivo! to Tndionapolis. And a win would put New Haven in second place in I ho Eastern Division. Last night Buffalo increased its lead over the Eastern Division with a win ovei hornestanding Providence. The loss sent Providence into a second pl;ioe tie with Springfield, which held the Hcrphey Bears to a 4-4 tie in n game al Hershey. Cleveland stayed en top of the Western Division, beating Pittsburgh, 4-3, at Pitls- liurgh. And Indianapolis traveled to Cincinnati lo rack up a 3-1 victory. NOW PLAYING "Family Honeymoon" with Claudct(<' Colbert iin<l Fred Miw.Murruy and "Henry The "~ Rainmaker" with Ray W<ilbiini""~~" and Walter Catlett Salem Lutheran Basketball League TIGERS B. Rogers, If o J. Carlson, rf o G. VanVlnndren o 0 D. Olson IK 4 B. Johnson rg i AQUA SHOW The Miami Aqua Show, now touring Connecticut, will appear at the Naugntuck YMCA this evening. starting at 7:30 o'clock. The show consists of 80 minutes of swimming, diving and wutor ballet. oxhlblUomi. Following the show, a special program of races, arranged by Alex "Gimbo" Sullivan, will be presented. Totals BULLDOGS H. OlHon If R. Crnben rf L. Pntor;ion 2 12 W. Englund 1({ o B. G.'ibrielson rg 3 Totals Score at half time: Bulldogs 2, Referee: .. . 5 0 10 Tigers 10, Lyons. Mai'lin If Foulkrod rf Sunbury c . Lyon.s Ig . . Shea rg .... EAGLES Totals 13 BICARg R. Olson If WifllnHk! rf . Swan e C.mb.'n Ig . . Mortcnscn Ig Berry rg ... 0 2 2 1'. 0 0 0 2 I) O 1 7 Totals . 11 Score at half time. Eagles Bears 31. Referee: Englund. FrtoMacMURMY _. Maureei 0'H«M „ FATHER WAS A I FULLBACK • -and an- I Van JOHNSON SCENES CRIME NEXT FBI C »»T OH IMOI M MMON 8-BIQ MTS VOBVIL-t On Screw - 'HELLFIRE* FRIDAY and SATURDAY "THE FAN" with Jeunne Crunc Geo. Sanders Richard Grcono also "The Last Bandit" In Trucolor with William Elliott Adrian Booth — Today — 'THAT WONDKKFUI, URGE" and "TUNA CLIPPER" EXPEIIT BODY WORK Complete Painting Facilities Wrecker and Towing Service Estimates Furnished Budget Plan Available The Naugatuck Fuel Oo. FORD DEALER Phono B238 RAMOS IRON WORKS «IO RUBBEB AVBSPK Expert Heldlnfi ol All Typun—F, 8h6ot Metal A Ornamental Steel Wor><. - Portable WeMtod Equipment —" TEI.EPHONK 6177 THE CHINA INN 11 Harrl»on Avc. Water hury Closed AH Day Mondays Tuenday thru Friday Open 10 A. M. to 10 IP. W. Saturday 11 A. M. to 12 Midnight Sunday 12 Noon to 1Z Midnight PRIVATE SHOWING Elmur Wheeler Salm Training Elton Hotel—Mon. Eve. 'Oct. Slsl Call, write or phone for "ticket POST JUNIOR COLLEGE 24 Central Avc. Phono 4-8772 jVaterbury | RANGE BURNERS STOVE and FURNACE PIPES PITTSBURGH PAINTS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPL.E STREET Free Delivery Telephone 6044 FRIDAY-SATSUH TED'S AUTO BODY WORKS «7 HOTCHKISS ST. TEL. 6159 — Collision Sp«Ua!lBti — fendem — Bodies — Auto Painting Towinu Servlcn *»* £££££££+?* PLASTIC TOILET SEATS Lifetime Guarantee Aborted Colors S5.95 WEISS BEN FRANKLIN STORE CirCBCH ST. WAITGATCCK The Perfect Gift.'! 8x10 KASHMIR PORTRAIT and 12 Portrait* on GREETING CARDS All for only—$3.95 TH1BODEAU STUDIO Neary Building Tel. 2342 SAM'S SERVICE STATION and OARAGE \ 06 Rubber Ave. Tel. M67 — Front End Work — The MUSIC SHOP . . . records for children make wonderful year-round gifts . . . 88 Church St. Phone 5287 Enjoy A DELICIOUS SANDWICH at ROOKY'S WAYSIDE KITCHEN Waterbury Rond i»t PlutU Mill* Op-n Dully 13 Noon to 12 Midnight Sundays 3 P. M. to 12 Midnight BOYS and GIRLS!! Stop In for a Free Copy of the Big "Billy and Ruth" Toy Book!! CANS, Inc. Maple Street Tel. 3507 or 6090 ^_^_^+£+-+~-++^*-*^r^ ^»^^»<»^^-^*^hjr^-^^^yu Peter Paul, Inc. NAUGATUCK, CONN. ••»«««»»««^ Manufacturers of Nation's Largest Selling COCONUT CANDY BARS Currier Electrjc Co. Residential — Commercial Industrial WIRING and REPAIRS We»Unghou«<> Appliances Tel. Nauir. 4164 3HRY8LER and PLYMOUTH 0. M. 0. TRUCKS J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCES8ORIE8 Repairing lOfl SOOTH MAIN W. Telephone 4OM For The Best In Jewelry [C.H.Tomlinsonl Neary BuUdlng Kaugatuck. Conn. Hawley Hardware 102 Church Street Moore's and Devoe Paint* Glidden's Spread Satin Plasti-Kote Finish Roasters Electric Appliances Hotpoint Refrigerator and Stove* JPhone 4088 We Deliver TEN CENTS OF EVERY DOLLAR paid to our employers last year went for Social Sccurily taxes, paid vacations and holidays, re- tircrncnt iinil dis.-ibiJity allowances and other employee benefits. United States Rubber Company Naugatuck Footwear Plant

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