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PAGE «—NAUGATUCK NEWS '(CONN.), THXJIlSnAV, NOV. 10, IfM!) Greyhounds To Meet Scrappy Seymour High Eleven Saturday I Wildcats To Be At Full Strength Against Locals Coach George V. Goodwin's Naugatuck High school football teajn winds up its last heavy drill in preparation for Saturday's game with Seymour, this afternoon at Recreation Field. The tilt is slated to be played at 2 o'clock on Seymour's French Field. The local* go into the game, their eighth of the season, without a victory. Their record stands tit four losses and three ties. Seymour has a season's record of two wins, three losses and two ties. The Wildcats opened their season by bowing to Shelton. .12-0, defeated St. Mnry's, tied Derby, defeated Gilbert, lost to East Haven, tied Branford and then lost to Wilby, 7-6. On the basis of comparative records, they should go into Saturday's -game at least an even choice and probably a slight favorite. "Dapper" Dahn, a fast, shifty break-away runner, is Seymour's biggest offensive threat. His mates have provided him with good blocking and he Is danperous once he gets Into the secondary. In Dick Patchkofsky, the Wildcats have one of the best passers in the valley. His tosses rarely miss their mark, but he is hindered by lack of a receiver of the quality of Ed Blanko. who last year played havoc when Seymour defeated the locals 28-13. DEATH TAKES WHEEL FOR FAMOUS RACING DRIVER ALCAZAR NOW PLAYING Marjorle Main — Percy Kilbrlde in "Ma and Pa Kettle" — and — Johnny Sheffield — Peggry Garner Irt Full Strength In their last outing, the 7-0 loss U> Wiiby, tho Hcrappy 'Cats \vvr« hindered by lh« loss of Uahn and their best lineman, both of whom were out with injuries. Both are expected to be ready for the Greyhounds Saturday, however, and nt full strength the down-valley squad could prove too much for the hapless locals. T^ast week, tnc Naugatuck line, <vhlch had held Kix opponents to an average of 115 yards per game, fell apurt against Ijefivenworth and permitted tho Tech bucks to pick up close to 300 yurdw by rushing. The locals were kept in the game only by a remarkable performance by Charlie Alcgi, who gained 192 yards, an average of 16 per carry. Naugaluck should be at full itrength with the exception of second - string quarterback Kryjmt Kirkcndall who has been out with a lej; injury since before the Crosby game. All other team members are in good shape, and the squad seems to have survived the issuing >f report cards without the loss of a key man. Alegi, who is now averaging clone to six yards every time he carrlcu the ball, is again expected to beui e brunt of the attack. In the eavenworth game, for the first time this season, his mai.cs mun aged to give him a little down- field blocking and as a result, the fleet back ran wild. If his mates can repeat against Seymour, he could make it an uncomfortable uf ternoon for the Wildcats. The -team will finish its prepara tions for the game with a light dril tomorrow afternoon at Recreation Field. FRIDAY-SAT SUI sm* ARTHUR GODFREY'S utaio t TIUVISIOH snows Unbeaten Army Holds Seven Point Lead In Lambert Cup Race Now York, Nov. 10—(UP)—Un beaten Army has a Rood lead ove the field in the battle for th Lambert trophy, symbol of col legiatc football supremacy in th Kasl. Army hau 990 out of u po.sslbl one-thousand points. Cornell, an other unbeaten, is second with 98 points. Pitt is third, while Fort ham and Pi-nn are tied for fourth Dartmouth and Villr.nova ar deadlocked for sixth. There's three-way tie for eighth amon Princeton, Penn State and unbna' en Boston university. The Lambert TVophy bommit tee assigns the points to contend infr teams, but does not make the exact 'basis for its selection public Currier Electric Co. 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Morn than half of the 12-man Connecticut .sqimd have had past iclion against the WildcatM, the 'eague leaders in l'J-17 and '48. But >.he closr'kit any membor of the Qconns IKUJ over come to beating Mew Hampshire W:LS the 12-12 tie in 1946. The Wildcats beat the Uconns, M-G in '47 and 20-7 a year -igo. Uconns End Frank DeZenzo. Cen- 'cr Ernie Lefcbrve, Gufird George Bleuher, End Charley Christensen, Fullback l/i:I?.oy Tulp nnd Ilalf- rj.-ick Die): C-;iu(lim> \<» all the way ouch to that liMU lie. Tt Isn't mir- prislng to learn, then, that this Is a game the Uconns are dead Bet .in winning. There are a lot of sophomores 'n the New Hampshire lineup, but •Jiere also are several players left who were around for the 1946 battle. One of these—and the big reason why Connecticut has not been able to come through—is Bruce Mather, a passer of real merit. Mather cooked the Uconn goose ast year with a great aerial display, including a toss that waa ,'ood for 81 yards and" a score. But Mather can be utopped. The 'Tconns held him in check during he first half last season by rushing him and never allowing him 'p get set. This time, the Uconn •inemen hope to mnl:c a more thorough job of it arid give Mather ?vcn more froube than they gave * f, ? f> !• lo Rhode Island passers last week. Ill I AITHin^C KKOlim <vho were dumped for big losses < *" V»U|JjlCl 5 I J. Clllll throughout the uneven battle. TEL. 404 FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ESCAPE" with Ilex Harrison Peffgy Cummins Williem Uartnell also 'I Shot Jesse James' with Preston Foster Barbara Brltton John Ireland — Today — "A DATE' WITH .JUDY" and "INCIDENT" Conn. Football Briefs WESI.EYAN Middlclown, Nov. 10—(UP) — There is one "no" and one "maybe" on Wesleyan's football casualty li£t today. Right end Don Joffray. who hurt his shoulder .in last week's game; tlRl'mit^iy will not be availa for action against. Trinity Saturday, according to the trainer. Cut the tr:i.iner adds that .neat- back Willie 'Kirslen'bcrgnr, who' received a similar injui'y last Saturday, may bo able to play. TRINITY Hartford—Trinity football players are history-minded those dayu as they prepare for their clash with arch-rival Wesluyan Saturday. The Hlllloppeni are rev-ailing what has caUHf.'d their downfall in previous gan.'O.s of thii* vital series, :'_nU arc taking precautionary measures to prevent similar mistakes. For example, last year u blocked punt played a large part in Wesleyan's win, -o this week intensive drills in protecting the kicker are being held. YAMS A 48-man squad v/ill be sent by Yale to wag'.> grid war at Princeton Saturday. Tho names of those making tho trip have bsen announced by Coaoh Herman Hickman. Saturday's content is one of the Elis 1 two away-games this year. Highlanders Play Schmoos Win Three From Megin's In Girls'Dusty League The Schmoos defeated Mogln's, 1-0, in Girls' Dusty Bowling League olay last night at Pasho's Church street Alleys. Maria Sabia turned in a 117 high single and 307 total and Eunice Ahrens bowled strings <){ 90, 111 and 1<K for a 311 total '.(> pace the winners. Grace Schrull •VMH high for Megin's. Jane Pronovost turned in strings of 100, 107 and 93 to pace the Naugatuck Chnmlc.il to a 2-1 win over •he Fearless Five. Eleanor Brod- flrick turned in a 110 single. For the losers, Audrey Fosdick was high bowler. The Synthetic team dropped the first and then rallied ,to take the next two from U. S. Cost. Lou Gon- ••alvpH and Helen Grelder paced the winners while Louisa Valentine was tops of Cost. Tn the final mutch of Lho evening, the Spares copped two otrings from Peter Paul. D. Fitzgerald fumed in a 130. high single and a S16 high three. For the losers, R. Smith had a 119 single, G. Rapioff a 117 and M. Beck a 106. Voods Paces Makers 'o 3-0 Victory Over Waterproof Packing Bill Woods starred as his Tennis Walters upset Chuck Johnson's .Vatei (proof .Packers in the U. 8. Rubbor Co. Men's* Intcrdepartmont ..eni^iia thin week. Woods lied for high Hlnj;lc with L 140 string, won high thrne by >owling a 354 set, and aided his eammatos to team highH of 55ii mil 1629.. In a week that featured upsets, the Makorra downed tho Packers 3-0 to,, oust them from Irst place. Matty Jankowski had scores of 136 and 350 to star for ho losers. .5o« Kloc'u Style Galtors wcro ilm> victims of tho upHPt Jinx, Tho jiiytcc men dropped two games to Maury Benolt'H Mill Koom. Dick Kelly tallied a J36 In tho first rame, and FelU Sabia a 111 in the second to give the Mlllmcn their win. For the losers Don Miller nnd Ed Bozenski ratal-red with 342 iml 330 respectively. I-iiinny Stable/ knocked out B 351 sot as Earl Hankey's Tennis Mill-Mold team downed Charlie ,An_!?iolillo'3 Boot .Ro/iin |.'-1. Ilunkey had a MO jfnmc to !.!« for the weekly prl/c Joe Tncnrdonu. and Charlie Angiollllo were toj) bowlers for the Booters. STANDING Stylo Gaiter 18 Waterproof Packing 17 Tennis Making .... Tcnnla Mill-Mold ... Boot Room Mechanical Waterproof Mllla .. Outsole Cutting .. . Tennis Stitching . . FORMER RED TESTIFIES AT HEARING Ramblers Host To onight New Haven. Nov. 10—The Cincinnati Mohawks, the new team in Uie American Hockey League, will make their first appearance of Lhe season at the Arena here tonight against the Ramblers. The New Haven club, once ngnj n topping the Eastern Division of the 'OOD, will be gunning .for the fourth straight triumph. The contest begins at 8:30. At Armory Tonight Bill Stokes, former oulstumling Naugatuck High .school and Holy Cross basketball star, will coach *he Highlanders this, your, Manager Weissman said. Mr. Stokes •vas one of the mainstays of. the Naugatuck High school ieams •which won the Eastern States championship in 1928 and 1929 and was named "All-America High •School Center" at the national tournament in Chicago in 1929. LEADS IN ALUMINUM Washington is the. top aluminum I producing state. 16 J7 15 13 10 B 7 8 10 9 11 24 19 24 .7CO .708 .666 .629 .C2o .541 .417 .208 .000 Indians Trip Red Sox In L Of C Mixed Bowling League, 2-1 The Indiar.s ssalped the Red Pox, 2-1, last night In Knights of C'olumbiin Mixed Bowling League matches at the R A <M Alley,!. Jim Lav/lor turned in a sparkling 340 s ct, on strings of 141, 104 and 0!5. Al Fratcsi had 89, 99 and 112 tf> aid Ihe winning cause. .For the losers, Henry Gawitt. with 131, 97 and 107, was. high man. The Tribe look the Jliv.t game, 580-546 and then dropped the second, a thriller, 637-637. The last string wont to the Indians, 632-616. Jri the other match, the Yankees' continued to set the pace with a 2-1 \vin over the White Sox. The Sox copped the fin-it string, 547-517, but tho Yanlts rallied to take the nnxi. t'.vo, 544-541 and 58S-525. High man for the winners waj;. M. Pavao, with strings of 80, 132 and 101. Ziggy Baranowski had in, 86 and 102. For the Sox. Frank Wylong was high with 118, I 87 and 92. Veteran Sid Abel Leads Scorers In Nat. Hockey League Montreal, Nov. 10—(U P)—The Johnny-comc-lately's , in the National Hockey League have taken a back seat to Sid A'bel of the Detroit Red Wing* The 33-year-old Abel has taken over the scoring lead after one of the best weeks in his long career. Tho Detroit center HCored seven points In his last three games. That gives him 12 j-,pin(B for tho season. Five players arc tied for the runner-up spot, each with 11 points. The five arc Isist week's leader, Doug Bentley of Chic;V?o, Metro Prystai of C.'l^ago, Payl Ronty of Boston, Ted Lindsay of Detroit and Cal Gardner of Toronto. There's another tie at 10 points among Johnny Peirson of Boston, Gordie Howe of Detroit and Roy Conncher of Chicago. Bill Durnan of Montreal remains the top goalie, allowing an average of one-and-a-half goals n game. He's followed by Harry Lumley of Detroit and Turk Bro- cla of Toronto. Lumley and Durnan lend in shutouts with two apiece. ONCE A HIGH-RANKING member of the Communist parly, Max Bodacht is shown testifying before the Mouse Un-American Activities Committee in Washington. Questioned about an alleged ^:py ring, Bcdacht declared ho had no knowledge of Russian espionage activities.,He was expelled from ths party in 1948 for "factionalism." (International Soandphoto) Highlanders Play Tonight In Prelim To Coppers'Game The Naugatuck Highlanders will open their 1949-1&50 court season tonight, when they play the Brooklyn Y Varsity in a preliminary to the Waterhury Coppers-New England Hoboes game, at 7:30 o'clock at thp Watonbury Armory. The Main tilt i," slated for 9 o'clock. Manager Milt Weissman said today that the team has ju.st reorganized for the season, which they plan to make one of the biggest in the history of the club. Expected to see action tonight are Joe Krause, Bob Jones, Hank Swirski, Jack Quint, Sonny Gnia^- dowski, Carl Boettger and Don Sutor. Citizenship Big Ten Meeting Starts Dec. S Chicago, Nov. 10—(UP)—Commissioner Kenneth V.'Uson of the Big Ten says the major items, at the annual conference winter meeting December 8 Chicago, will be Tax Commission Clamping Down On Automobile Owners The State Tax Corrimission is clamping- down on residents, who are delinquent in the payment of automobile taxes. The commU-.iion has contacted Tax Collector .Jonn U. Ferris re questing that he prepare a list of those who are delinquent in the payment. Mr. Ferris .it present j- :;'rDiparing a list, which will be sr-nt to Hartford in the near future. 'The State Tax Commission say.-: thnt delinquent car tax payers wili not be eligible for car registrations. 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