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PACK «—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, NOV. 7, J01f> Leavenworth Hands Naugatuck Fourth Loss, 19-14 41-Yard Pass Play Provides Winning TD In Fourth Period Charlie Alegi Rung Wild To Keep Locals In Game A. 41-yard pass play early in the lajit quarter gave Leavenworth Hljjh school a touchdown and a 19-1-1 triumph over Naug&tuck Saturday afternoon at Municipal Stadium, Waterbury. It was the third win of. the eeason for Tech and the fourth loss against three ties for the locale. • Naujtatuck held a 14-13 edge when the Tigers scored the dccid- CHARLIE ALEGI inx touchdown. After taking over on their own 37, Lcavenworth had driven to the Naugatuck 41 where they fcad a third down and seven to go. for a. first down. Halfback Bern if Commerford dropped back arrd passed to halttmci: Ed Jaco- vllio on the Garnet 25. With the aid of a fine block, he went all the way for the winning score. 13-0 lx»<l Teoh got off to a flying start In the first quarter, taking a 13-0 lead. A short Naugatuck kick was downed on their 49 shortly after the game had ^gotten under way. On the first play from r.crimmage, CbBamerford swept around his own left end to the Naugatuck 20. .Ta- covino and Ed Gisen alternated to pick up a first down on the eight, Comerford went to the four, Glsen to the three and '.hen Commerford went over. Gisen's plunge for the extra point was stopped short of the goal. Naugatuck took over after the kickoff on its own 35. On the first play from scrimmage Bob Rabtoy cut off tackle for a first down on the 48. On the next play, Charlie Alegi went around left end for 29 yards to the Leavenworth 23. Hab- toy went to the 17 and Bob "Red" White picked up a first down nn the 12. The drive was halted when Rabtoy -.van thrown back to the 26 and White to the 39 on two ;\t- >ouyi>ooi'S ei MJT snow! NOW Paul DQUGLAsH Linda DARNELL I Celeste HOLM Charles COBURN EVERYBODY DOES IT "DOWN MEMOKY LANE" Hire w. C. CROSBY F1KLHS •^iBinorr rui t SAT^M ON ITAGt IN PmoM S-IIC ACTS VOOVIL-S SCREEN BORDER INCIDENT' tOfVlA* MKU.COMJINVOUS SHOW* ALCAZAR NOW PLAYING Hurt TjmraMrr - Yvonne DcCarlo "CRISS-CROSS" and RODDY McDOWAI.1. "TUNA CLIPPER" COMING '.VEDXKSBAY Jnifrld Bergman "JOAN OF ARC" 2 SHOWS DAILY—2:30 and 8:00 Adnn. Prices Mat: Adults 76c, Child 50c "Eve: Adults S1.20, Child 50c ran ^iS \ioru tempted pttMBeit. On, taut down White went to the 24, where the home club took over. A'ter Commerford had picked up two yards to the 26, Pacovlno went through the Naugatuck right tackle, cut for the sidelined r.nd raced 74 yards for a touchdown. Three Naugatuck players missed tackles along the route. Glsen'a plunge for the extra point was good anfl Tech led, 13-0. Aleifl Scores The second quarter opened with Naugatuck in possession on its 46. On the first play from scrimmage, Alegl cut through loft tackle, shook off two or three would be tacklcrs and galloped all the way for the first Naugatuck score. He then booted the extra point, making 13-7. Leavenworth came back tot drive to the Naugatuck 20. The drive was highlighted by a 37-yard run by Gisen, who was nudged out of bounds on the Naugatuck 34. The drive stalled on the 20, however, and the locals took over. Alegi again put hope into the hearts of the Naugatuck fans when he broke away and went -17 yards from the 20 to the Tech 33. The drive stalled when a 15-yard penalty for illegal use of the hands s marked off against the Greyhounds, with Tech taking over on the 30. Just before ihe half, Alegi i gain broke away, racing 60 yards for what was apparently another Nau- Katuck touchdown. The play was called back to the Leavenworth 35, however, where the officials ruled he had stepped out of bounds. The half ended with Naugatuck in possession on Leavenworth'a 12. The Greyhounds capitalized on a break to score early in the third period. Alan Crosswait punted deep nto Leavenworth territory, with co- captain Jack Carroll downing the ball on the Tech two. Two cracks at the line lost a yard and a half and a third down pass from deep In the end zone by Commerford was intercepted by Rabtoy. who made a diving catch on the nine. Take Ix;iul White and Alegl alternated to carry to the three in two plays, from where White sliced over for the touchdown which knotted the count nt 13-all. Alegi then booted the extra point straight through the uprights to give Naugatuck its edge. Tech was not to be counted out, however, and came back to score heir third touchdown to carry home the win. Twice after going ahead, Tech drove deep into Naugatuck territory. Once they lost the ball on downs on the 1:1) and the last time were on the 20 when the game ended. Long runs were the order of the day, with Alegi, Commerford, Gisen and Jacovino all breaking away time after time. Alegi was easily the outstanding player of the day. He accounted for 162 yards by rushing in 12 carries, an average of 16 yards per try. He had runs of 29, 54, 48, 5 and 29 yards to his credit. Commerford accounted for 86 yards for Tech, with runs of 29, 25 and 20 yards. Jacozlno had 87 yards gained, with his 74 yard touchdown gallop accounting for most. Gisen rolled up 80 yards, with a 37 and 19 yard run. Alegi has now rolled up 477 yards rushing in seven games for Naugatuck this year He. has carried 81 times and has an average of 5.9 yards per try. Twice, late in the fourth period, he averted another Leavenworth score, when he hauled down Commerford after runs of 25 and 20 yards, respectively. Each time he was the last man between Commerford and the goal line. In the statistics, each team had eight first downs. Naugatuck tried five passes, completing three and had one intercepted. Leavenworth threw six passes, completed four and had one intercepted. Nauga: .uck was penalized 20 yards and Tech none. The summary: Leavenworth (19). Ends—Strileckis, Fonti, Theroux. Tackles—Blanchard, Longo, Mucci. Guards—Dunn, DeSomma. Bernetti, Pcrugini. Centers—Pirre, Cappcfezl. Backs—Lawlor, Commerford, Jacovino. Giesing, Rlnaldi, LeStagc, Colangelo. Nan fat u ok (14). Ends—Carroll, W. Matos, Schiller. 1 Tackles^-Clymcr. DiMarla, White. GuVds—Mitchell, O'Brien, Bnidy, PasBcck. Centers—Fowler. Backs—Crosswait, Rabtoy, Alegi, White, M. Matos, McCann, Selin- ake. Score by periods: Leavenworth ...... 13 0 0 6—19 Naugatuck o 7 7 0—14 Touchdowns, made by—Jacovino 2. Commerford, White, Alegi. Points after touchdowns, made by Alegi 2, (placements), Giessen (Plunge). Officials: Referee, Hart; umpire, Culkin; .head linesman, Schofleld; field judge,"Ross. Rams Take To Air In Vain Attempt Against Army While Black Knights John Trent 1 (80) and Paul Westberger (71) crash the Fordham line, the Ham's Richard Bohi-.iiy slings a puss (avro»») for a slight gain in the first quarter of the Fordham-Arnty game at West Point, N. Y. Mighty Army^>roke the Ram's unbeaten record by a devastating score of 35-0, (Int.) Rubber Co. Bowling Results Listed Results of the U. S. Rubber Co. Girls' Intel-department Howling League: Monday Division Wildcats 3, Tlffcvs 0. Gem.5 2, Style Gaiters 1. Keds 3, Hopefuls 0. Bluchers 2, Casrcrs 1. Streamers 2, Cutups 1. Individual High fJinfild, Helen WiwhcK, 127; Individual High Three, Helen Washes, 318; Tcn.ni High Single, Style Gaiter, 517; Team High Throe, Ge-n.K. 15.17. Tuesday Division Keds 3, Hopefuls 0 Boot Toppers 2, ChargPi-H 1 Smoothies 3. Invaders 0. FlrofllOH 3, CliamirrH f). lUicei'H 2, Pow Wows 1. Cubs 3, High Spots 0. Individual High Single;, Agnes Ryan, 123; Individual High Three, Eve Pcrug-ini, 329; Team High Single, Chargers, 511; Tram High Three, Boot Toppers, 14-17. ^. M. C. A. Basketball j 'J Panthers B. F P. Tju'ra, If 4 0 8 HJ^n-riques, rf 2 0 1 Sunbury, c 2 0 4 Ot-tr .)8 0 0 Q W.-ilffls ' 0 0 0 Orl, r^;- 0 0 0 TotaJp 8 0 16 i A- Rockets KluckiSTrg' 0 0 0 Pcttit, l(j r; 0 0 0 J-IcnncHnoJt, -c 0 0 0 Of.'HHCClf, Tf. ' 1 0 2 Wiird, If. .1. 0 0 0 fiROWS MOST CACAO The British Empire is the world's ggest producer of cacao, with Brazil second. Trinity Cagers Card 17 Games Hartford, Nov. 7—Trinitv Collepro is renewing "ivalrios with' '/ale ;.mJ Holy Cross on a 17-fj;ame basketball schedule for l!Mfi-r>6 announced LO- day by Rny OostinK, heail conch and director of athletics. The schedule: Dec. 7, Holy CI-OHM at. Worcester; 10, Willlamn; 1C, Butew; Jan. fl, MH.S.H. University at AmhnrBt; 11, Yale; 12. M. I. T. at Boston Garden; Feb. 9, Weslcyan at Middletown, Conn.; 11, Middlebury at Middlebury, Vt.; 14, Amherst; 18, Bowdoin; 21, Worcester Tech; 22, -oast Guard at New London, Conn.; 25, Tufts at Medford, Mass.; ?.&, Wcr>:yan; Mar. 3, Hamilton at Clinton, N. Y.: 4. Union at Schcnec- tady, N. Y.; 7, Const Guard. Totals . Referee: Gibbons, If. 102 Oil Quint, rf ....... V, ...- ....... 0 0 0 I'lcurK'.KHey, (-. . . !'p ... ...... 2 0 4 H.-i.M.Hcnfclt, \K. .../'. ....... () o 0 Triano, rg ........ -i-..- ..... 102 Total.*! ........... il ..... 3 1 7 All Storri 1 ' Foulkrad, re ......... : fv. , . 0 0 0 Happy, \g ............ 'A. .- 000 Krodel, c .............. .,^.,3 0 6 Pricker, rf ................ m:0- 0 0 Linskey, If ............... ..,[) ' 0 0 Totals ................... 3V,e . B Scare at half timo: 3-2 GamWlWa. Referee: Carey. ,?, EMI Bowlers Upset Chemical, 2-1 J'.:ii!:'.i:rn Miilloable Iron took two Kamofi from first place Nau(?atii'». Chemical in Dusty Bowling Leagut- matctiOH this week. Thn winners copped the first game of 23 pins and then second by a alnglc pin. Chemical rallied In the final to win by 48 pin.3. '' Jn other matches howled, MfKin's blanked the Post Office, 3-0; Synthetic stopped Rlsdon, 2-1: and U. S. Rubber nipped Bristol Co., 2-1 21 COLLEGES IN ONE London — Oxford university in Eng-lund Is a federation tif 21 colleges each with its own government and tRnchinp; Htaff. Tho Ktn Chemical Rubber IS. M. I RUdon Bristol's Synthetic Pent OfTl™ 16 13 12 Jl 10 10 7 5 8 n 10 11 11 !> 1C .7«2 .61!) .571 .521 .<I7(> .476 .333 .23g ARKANSAS TRAVELER 'MUSCLES* - - By Alan Mover TEL. 4M TUKS.. WED., THUttS. "A Date With Judy" In Tci*hmctlor with Wallace Beery, Jane Powell Carmen Miranda also "Incident" with Jane Frazcc Warren Douglan — Today — •THE SIGN OF THE RAM" "Rhjthm lilts The Ice" NKW- PHILCO R E F R I G E R A T O . $199.50 < C«. Kt. — 5 Year Warranty 520 Down . . . *2 Weekly * 413 NO. MAIN ST. UNION CITY Phone 6491 IS CHURCH ST. TEL. Open Friday Till 8 P. M. ARKANSAS* FULL - SPEED BUT EVEri SO r/te TH£ VARDA6E \ WAS GOOD ! TaS-\ 8 7 yAROS A —•' c 0 ft r # e , WMO //AS Of A WAS OHce BOLDER OF A STATE SCHOOL. t/URDL'^G KECO/ZO Goodwin Issues First Call For Varsity Basketball Practice Naugatuck High school Coach George F. Goodwin, announced today that the first practice for the varsity basketball team will be held tomorrow evening at 6:30 o'clock in the High school gym. All cnn- tlklatca are nuked to report at that time, Veterans expected to be back this year are: Roger Currier, sub-center last year; Bob White, varsity iruard last year; Alan Crosswait, sub g'lard ; and Hubs Wally Dumon- skl, Bob Sellnske. Eddie Szczo- cziirz, and Bob Scholtho. Knights Blank Litchfield, 17-0 The Naugatuck Knights won their second game of the season and handed- the Litchflcld Cowboy.3 their second IO.HH yesterday, by, rt 17-0 score at Litchflcld. Bill Scranton drew first blood for the Kniehts, tallying on a reverse from 20 yards out in the first quarter. He also converted for the extra [point. The Kniffhta d tho score to 0-0 a few mo- ts later, when Sieve Hodio on fi fumblo In the Cowboys' /one for a safely. ' the .second period. Dalo Swnnt lhro '"' h th - ""-Idle of the nntl wont 25 yardu lor n flni..l two point., cnme t of " 3atet y '" the . Bill Be-hlman block- cld kick and ,->„»> Ssrnnlon .fell on it In tho end zone. Pro Grid Standing ™. >. nmidoex SliiN v >'!,,«... ».i w^x\v*saS" r'hk-aeo rtnnrn 24, tjfoipi,T r-lnv V ChlciiKo Cardinals fliLbotrolt' 19 • *^ HTAlSI»|.Jf«(j T'hlln 1 W T. T nrt-J-l, T?.f 1 • • • ^ 1 rt . R 5 7. 2 n :t 1 rt o .1R7 S H'l'Htl'I'll Sports, Advertising Departments Record 19 Winners In Poll The Sports anil AdvcrtlHlng Departments "continued to lead the MEWS football experts, each turning in 19 winners in Saturday'!) 25 top games. Tho 19 wlnncrn enabled Sports to maintain lln sIx-Rume liold on firat place in the poll. The loader picked two of the day's biggest upuats and was the inly expert to dd HO. Sports had Vlrignla 26-14 win over favored Penn and Wake Forest's 27-7 upset >f Duke tabbed light. Advertising was the only expert to pick Wisconsin over Northwestern. All the experts stumbled on the Tulane-Navy 21-21 tic and on Stanford's 34-13 victory over Southern ?al. Only two were right on Geor- Tia Tech's 30-13 win over Tennessee and Boston College's 40-26 triumph over Clemson. Atty. Henry Marlor, who has 'seen sitting in with the experts, •urned in 19 winners. Thomas ,T. Dillon, Rubber Co. publicity man, 'iad 17 winners. Editorial had 11 vinners, Circulation 16 and Composing Room 16. Two scores were picked right on •he nose. Advertising liad Michigan over Purdue by a 20-12 score ind Editorial had California over Washington State by a 33-14 score. The standings: ' W. L. Pet. 3ports 125 40 ..758 Advertsiing 119 46 .721 Marlor 103 42 .710 Onion 44 21 .677 'Ec'jHorial 109 56 J661 Composing 109 5I> .681 Circulation 101 64 .612 Uniteds Tie, M, With Bridgeport The Naug;aluck Unltoda and the Bridgeport Swedes battled to n 1-1 tic yesterday afternoon at Recreation Field, with neither tenm able to break the deadlock although they played two 15--mm- ' ute overtime periods. J The Unltod's led 1-0 In tho fli-ul hnif, on C. Gonznlca' goal. The Sweden tied tho count midway In the second half when RodHquey tallied on a Ions' shot. Next Sunday afternoon at 2:3.0 o'clock tho Uniteds will meet the : Hartford Portuguese scocer team i in another National Open Chal- i lenge Cup game. * I Peter Paul Inc. NAUGATUCK, CONN. •*+f+0+*+*^ Manufacturers of Nation's Largest Selling COCONUT CANDY BARS SEK IHE NE>. UNIVEESAL WASHEE at Gerald's Appliance — New Low Price* — tOT SPRING 8T. 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