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PAGE *—XAtJGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, NOV. 11, 1940 Greyhounds Slight Underdogs For Tomorrow's Seymour Tilt 'Cats Shooting To Complete Season With Win S«ymour High school is a slight favorite to hand Naugatuck High's gridders their fifth defeat of the season tomorrow, when the teams collide at 2 o'clock at Seymour's French Field. The down-valley crew has not been beaten by the locals since the current series was started in 1946. Starting- football that year after a long layoff, Seymour tied the Greyhounds, came back to defeat them in 1947 and buried them 2813 last year. This year's Wildcat squad is a. small, light combine which relies mainly on speed. "Dapper" Dahn is their biggest offensive threat and Gene Bomba, another speeedy back, has been coming along in recent weeks and is expected to provide the locals with plenty of trouble. The 'Cats have a record of three •wins, two ties and three losses thus far this year. Tomorrow's tilt will be their last game of the season and they are bent on winning to provfde their new coaches, Joe Gesek and Don Heffernan with a winning season. Dahn Back Dahn missed Seymour's last game, with Wilby, due to an injured ankle, but will be back in action tomorrow. One Seymour lineman was also on the injured list last week, but he will be back tomorrow, also. The Wildcats have done little contact work this week, concentrating mainly on running in order to avoid more injuries. They are expected to be at full strength .for the clash. Charlie Alegl. Naugatuck's main scoring threat, took a physical beating last Saturday when he ran wild against Leavenworth. He was limping early in the week from a "char- lie horse," but is expected to be in top shape tomorrow. The Grey- sounds' other backs, fullback Bob White, halfback Bob Rabtoy and quarterback Alan Crosswait will also be in top shape. Last week Tech rolled up one of the highest yardage totals against the Garnet and Grey that any team has been able to compile this season. The Leavenworth backs Bernie Commerford, Ed Jacoyino, and Ed Gisen. did most of the ground gaining through the tackles and around the ends. Seymour's fleet backs are also expected to do a lot of outside running and could pile up the necessary yardage to hit pay- dirt several times. Trenton Teachers Win 7-6; Break 45-Game Victory Famine Trenton, N. J., Nov. 11—(UP) — Eleven years ago today, the Tren ton, N. J., Teachers beat Panzer, 12-0. The following week, the Montclair Teachers beat Trenton, 6-0, and that started off the longest winless streak in collegiate football. Yesterday Trenton finally snapped the streak. And the victims were the same Montclair Teachers who started it back in 1938. Trenton eked out a 7-6 victory, after 45 games without a win. Mike Angelolti plunged over from the one for the Trenfon touchdown in the third period. Br.b Zardus kicked the extra point lo win the game and start off a wild celebration. It was revenge in a way for Zardus, the extra-point man. Trenton played a 12-12 tie earlier this year with the Glassboro Teachers, and he missed both conversion tries in thai game. But today, Zardus was the hero. His kick gave Trenton its first victory after 42 losses and three ties. The Trenton boys gave up fcotbaft four seasons during the war, so actually, they went seven years without a win. . Montclair struck first, scoring in the second period on a 20-yard pass. But the extra-point try by Jolin Howarth was shorl. In the third quarter. Trenton moved from the Montclair 43 to the 34. Then fullback Don Donaldson passed 32 yards to Zardus on the two. August Cassi bulled his way to the one. Then Angelotti hit the line and was stopped cold. He rammed into the middle again, and this time went over. Zardus kicked the extra point, and the 11-year famine was over. Money Talks Rare Coins-Can They Be Found In Circulation CAN BARE COINS BE FOtNl) IN CIRCULATION?—By T. R. HAMMER, Librarian. American Numismatic Association. The answer to this often-asked question is yes—and no. That is not helpful, but the answer lias in what is meant by rare. Coins worth small amounts of 50 cents to $3 or 14 can be found in circulation. Coins- worth' $12 to $30 frequently are found in rolls, old hoards, or in collections in attic trunks. Extremely rare coins are not found because they are in collections. For instance, all five of flie 1913V type nickels are in collections, as are most of the otner rarities of that category. Some very rare pieces are in museum collections and perhaps never will be on the market. A collector or dealer might tell a person that it "would not pav to search rolls of cents, nickels, dimes, quarters, and other coins for premium pieces. Yet, half a dozen Americans earn livings doing thai. A knswledge of coins and what makes them worth premiums is required before a person begins hunting for them. And the next step woiild be -where and how to sell them. In subsequent articles within the next few weeks," some of the coins worth 5& cents to $70 or 115 will be listed. The first thin;; the searcher must learn is that coins are worth premiums only if they show little if any wear. The better a coin's condition, the higher Ihe premium. A free pamphlet on how to sell coins may be obtained by "sending a stamped-addressed envelope to the Librarian, American Numismatic Association, 336 North Clifton Avenue, Wichita 8, Kans. The association does not buy or sell coins, but is a non-profit corporation comprised of collectors. Other questions about coins also should be accompanied by a stamped-acl- dressed envelope. Borough Hunters Bag Black Bear, Doe News Photo EARL HEMSTREET, left and ROBERT BAYTKWICH, returned to Naugatuck yesterday with the doe and black bear shown strapped to the fenders of Mr. Rnytkwich's car. Both animals were shot by Mr. Raytkwich, who has hunted for many years. This was the first trip to Maine on which he saw a hear, and he brought the bear home with him. While purknd on Maple street for a short time yesterday, inany passers-by stopped, for a look at thu hear which is .•ompuratlvcly rur<; In this section of the country. Sports, Advertising Pulling Away From News Grid Experts •«-* 1 • i • •» -w-i. i Editorial Dept, Composing Room Far Off Pace The News Collegiate Grid poll enters its ninth weekend of the current season, with the Sports Department continuing to set the pace. The leading department has been out of the lead only once this year, when Composing Room took over for a one-week stay early in the campaign. Sports regained the lead the next week and has been on top ever since. The Advertising Department, which started off slowly but has been cluimbing ever since, is now in second place, six games off the pace. Ten games back of Advertis- ng in a tie for third place, are the Editorial Department and Composing Room. The Circulation Department, with a permanent lease >n the cellar, trails - Spirts by 24 games. This week the experts show differences of opinion on 10 of the 25 games. Sports and Advertising agree on all but three of the games. The standings: W. L. Pet. Sports 125 40 .758 Advertising 119 45 .721 Editorial 109 56 .661 Composing 109 56 .661 Circulation 101 64 .612 TKOOP 9 Troop 9. Boy Scouts, met Wednesday evening at the Beacon Valley Grange. Map reading, map characters were studied and Morse code were studied. A game period was held to complete the two- hour session. MEET MONDAY The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Naugatuck YMCA will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Y, it was announced today by Herbert E. Brown, general secretary. Miss Jane Bontempo, president, will preside. TAR HEEL TERMINAL - - - By Alan Mover JUBT UKg T/te ART "SAVES LAST BUT WAS OMt.y TOTAL. GAA1SS TUB ToUCHDoWfi ASA/Nsr SkORGIA TOKAY.' CATCHING- MAKE'S ce#TA/tt TMAT SO Diiuitvut bj Kioi rtttiua Marlor Dillon . . j. D. O C "> «* > s T: ° o, 3 i -d § rt a x W W < O S Q -103 42 .710 44 21 .677 Alabama .... Georgia Tech 20 14 14 12 10 21 13 .7 0 7 19 17 6 14 Baylor . . . Wyoming 14 21 21 14 20 34 21 . 7 14 14 0 13 7 6 Boston Coll. Fordham .. 13 6 7 18 19 14 14 27 20 21 21 27 21 34 Bos. U. . . Maryland 28 27 28 19 20 7 21 . 6 17 14 24 13 14 20 Calif. . . Oregon 28 12 21 33 7 21 34 .0 0 7 21 7 7 13 Conn N. Ham p. 14 7 14 12 26 7 21 19 21 7 14 0 21 7 Dartmouth Cornell 14 14 14 14 6 20 14 28 24 21 34 14 21 34 Florida . . Kentucky .6 7 7 7 7 14 13 27 19 21 28 13 13 30 Georgia Auburn , 19 19 14 42 13 14 30 .7 7 7 14 6 0 14 Harvard Brown . . 0 20 7 0 14 13 7 14 39 21 14 21 7 28 Iowa Stale Nebraska . 20 7 14 27 0 21 20 . 7 6 7 13 20 13 14 LSU 18 20 28 34 35 21 48 Miss. St 7 12 7 6 13 13 7 Missouri 7 12 21 Oklahoma .... 35 33 7 6 14 14 10 7 28 21 42 Navy Columbia 21 19 28 21 28 20 21 7 6 7 7 7 13 7 N. Car. St. .. Wake Forest . 7 12 7 21 7 12 13 20 26 21 33 20 20 28 Notre Dame No. Caro. . ., 35. 27 36 21 35 34 48 . 7 7 7 7 0 14 0 Ohio St. Illinois . 14 19 14 14 21 21 34 .7 6 7 13 14 7 6 Penn Army . 7 14 14 14 14 7 7 42 36 32 19 28 21 27 Pitt. . Minn. . 0 14 14 13 13 7 7 28 20 21 14 20 24 21 Princeton 27 27 28 31 21 27 21 Yale 6'6 7 7 0 6 6 Rice 28 21 21 28 28 21 34 Tex. A&M ... 14 14 7 7 6.7 7 So. Methodist 14 35 14 21 14 14 21 Arkansas 7 13 7 12 7 7 6 Syracuse .. Holy Cross 21 6 7 28 26 21 16 27 20 21 20 14 13 7 Tenn 21 27 14 21 19 28 21 Miss 14 14 7 18 6 7 13 Wisconsin 7 21 21 35 13 14 14 Iowa 0 7 7 14 7 19 13 Hook Mylin Resigns As N.Y.U. Coach New York, Nov. 11—(UP)—Football Coach Edward "Hook" Mylin has resigned at New York university. The 52-year-old Mylin had been at N-Y-U since 1937. Before that, he had servel as head coach at Lafayette, Bucknell and Lebanon Valley. Yale Swimming Coach Bob Kiphuth Stricken Suddenly III New Haven, Nov. 11—(UP)—Officials of New Haven Hospital say there is no cause for undue alarm concerning the condition of famous swimming coach Bob Kiphuth cf Yale University. The 59-year-old Yale director of nthletics was stricken with what doctors believe was a heart, attack v.'hile playing handball yesterday. Kiphuth is in critical condition but is .said to have spent a ''fairly good" night. Kiphuth has been swimming coach of th« Elis since 1914. His tenm;-! have completed several Ion:? winning streaks in dual moots including 18.3 straight victories from 1924 to 1938. He has developed many famous swimmers and national champions including- Howard Johnson, Rone Chareau, Alan Ford and Allen Stack. PCL Votes To Exempt; Players From Draft By Major Leagues Los Angeles, Nov. 11—(UP)— Directors of the Pacific Coast Baseball League have voted unanimously for a .proposal which would exempt their players from the major league- baseball draft. The P-C-L, already has sent that proposal to the major league for consideration at their December meeting-. Similar resolutions have been unproved by coast'officials in th<- past, only to be turned down by the majors. Directors of the coast league also arc expected to talk over "a plan for a post-season series with the International league or American association champion. Knights Play At Oakville Sunday The Naugatuck Knights will play the Oakville Athletics, Sunday aft- crnon at 2:30 o'clock at Judd Field, Oakville, it was announced today *>y manager Bob. Bchlman. The locals will be seeking to even their record at two wins and two losses. Team members are asked Lo Recreation Field at 1 o'clock. Mass. Joins Nat. Boxing Association Boston, Nov. 11—(UP)—The Massachusetts Boxing association announces that it has joined the National Boxing association Loday, *.hus New York apparently remains the only state outside the national organization. The Massachusetts move meant little practical change other than a coordination of rules -since the Bay State, unlike New York, had recognized NBA champions even without belonging- to - the association. 80 Tickets For Foley Little League Banquet Available Some 80 tickets for the first nnnual. Peter J. Foley Little League players banquet have. not yet been sold, league offic&ials reported today. The banquet, is. scheduled for tomorrow evening at 6:30 o'clock in the YMCA. Tickets may be obtained from Russell Weaving at the Naugatuck Fi-ort tend Auto Supply; Co., on Winslow court. Raymond K. Foley, Principal of Naugatuck .High school will be toastmaster. Prizes will be awarded to the winning Red Sox - team and to individual members of the champions. Other prizes will also be awarded. A special entertainment act ha=s be Pt n arranged for the (progrrom.ac- cording to President Paul E Buckmiller. "Jamaica Inn" Lead Film At Loew Strand Charles l^a-aghton is seen in r- revival of two of his most important film characterizations on the J,oew Strand theater screen Waterbury, this weekend with the pio- sentation of "Jamaica Inn" and "The Beachcomber." Beautiful Maureen O'Hara is seen opposite the famed English star in 'Jamaica Inn" while Mr. LaughtoH-'s own wife, Elsa Lanchester, .is his starring companion in "The Beachcomber." IT'S TRUE! JWIFOT8K1 BECAME INTERESTED IN ACTING WHEN HISi SHIP vSs CHAR/ERE^ FOR A PHOTOGRAPHING EXPEDITION AMONG THE HEADHUNTERS IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC. HIS FIRST FILM WAS MADE FOR AN AUSTRALIAN FILM COMPANY AND NEVER SHOWN OUTSIDE AUSTRALIA. - By Wiley Padan 'ESCAPED V A TEACHING CAREER BY JOINING A LONDON ADVERTISING MADE HIS SCREEN DEBUT IN "THE " See JDrrol Flynn, Greer Garson ind Walter Pidgeon In "That Forsythe Woman" starting Sunday at Loew's Poll theater, Waterbury. ; Highlanders Bow To Brooklyn, 41-39, In Overtime Period The Naugatuck Highlanders bowed to the Waterbury Brooklyn Y Varsity in an overtime period last night, 41-39. The game was the first of t,ho season for the locals, played as a preliminary to the Waterbury Coppers-New England Hoboes tilt at the Waterbury Armory. Tho Hoboes won the main go, 54-46. The first period was a nip and tuck affair, with Brooklyn taking- a 7-6 lead as the canto came to a ?lose. The Highlanders caught £ire in the second quarter and dumped 14 points through the hoop, leav'ng the court at halfUme -with a 20-11 lead. Te Brooklynites outscored the Highlanders 13-9 in the third period to pull within five points a; the final quarter got under way They continued to chip away Pi the lead and were trailing 37-34 at the four-minute, automatic timn They tied the game just before the end, 39-39, forcing it Into overtime. Tlmmy Herrmann, former Crosby .star, flipped in a basket from the side midway through the overtime period to give his team Ihe edge. Herrmann had 10 points to pace the winners, while Sonny Gnaiz- rtmvski dumped in 14 for the locals. Joe Krauso contributed seven us did Jack Quint. BROOKLYN Y VAH. b f p B Aleysiunas, If ..... i o ' Daly, If ..., ............. , 0 0 0 St. John, rf ............ 3 i 7 Mahon, rf .............. 3 o 6 Hermann, rf ............ 5 o 30 Clary, c ...... . ......... 2 0 4 Reechia, Ig ............. i 3. 3 Passaro, lg .......... .. 0 0 0 Hardy, lg .............. o 0 0 Lacilla, rg ............. 3 o 6 D. Clary, rg ............ 1 l 3 Totals ....... ......... 19 3 41 NAUG. HIGHLANDERS b f p Jones, rg ............... i o 2 Krause, lg ............. 2 3 7 Boettger, lg ............ i o 2 Swirski, c .............. l i 3 Suder, c ................ l o 2 Quint, rf . ----- .......... i 5 7 Arminialis, rf .......... 1 0.2 Gnaizdowski, If ........ 7 0 14 Malone, If .............. o 0 •) 15 9 39 Score at half time — Naugatuck 20, Brooklyn 11. Referees— Bradley and Donnelly. Hurricanes Win First Game, 79-76 Hartford, Nov. 11— (UP)— The Hartford Hurricanes have won their first American League basketball game. Seven foot, one-inch center E 1 m o r e MorgenthaW scored 31 points and broke a tie in the last minute to give Hartford a 79-76 virtory over Trenton. A WHALE OF A STA6E AND POLI Today - T'mow Stage Shows at 3:00-8:00-3:00J ACTS VAUDEVILLE PRESENTED IN THE ' . FAMOUS B'WAY MANNER . AT POPOIAR PR/CFS ON STAGE-/* PfffSOJV JOHNNY P O W N S FRANCISCO McFARLAND * BROWN Bobby SARGENT DUKE DORELL MARTEZ A LUCIA THE GIBSONS Patsy GARRETT MIKI 01 VITO A IANO ' ONSCREEN FIRST WATE8BURY SHOWING BORDER INCIDENT M-G-M SHOCK STODY STARRING RICAROO MONTALBAN GEORGE MURPHY ALCAZAR NOW PLAYING Marjorie Main — Percy'Kllbrlde "Ma and Pa Kettle" — and — Johnny Sheffield — Peggy Garner "BOMBA" FUR PRICES DROPPED TO A NT-W LOW. Compare Price and Quality 'EntabUshed 1859 99 NO. MAPT ST. WATERBTTRT Hilltoppers Place Unbeaten Record On Line Tomorrow Face Arch-Rival Wesleyan 11, At Hartford (By United Press) Trinity places its unbeaten, untied record on the line tomorrow when it meets arch-rival Wesleyan in Hartford. The Hilltoppers are favored despite a long-standing jinx but other 'major Connecticut college elevens are 'rated as under* dogs. The Hartford team always has a rough time beating Wesleyan. In fact, Trinity hasn't been able to take a game from the Cardinals in the last 13 years. And three times since Dan Jeasee took over the Trinity reins, his charges' chances of an unblemished season have boon spoiled by Wesleyan. Becau.se f o .this jinx, the history- minded Hilitdptpers are camouflaging whatever optimism they may possess. But Trinity followers after watching the squad's stable of fleet-footed' backs, run up one of the highest scoring totals in the nation, don't see how their team can miss. of 'scenery its luck. The Elis invade Princeton to do battle with the toip-heayy favored sons of old Nas- Llke Yale, the Unlvorsoty of Connecticut will be the underdog when its plays host to the Unl- £'••"* of N ™ Hampshire. The Northerners arc reported to have a top-notch ball team led by ace passer Bruce Mather R U! "' d ^^ Up its seaso " Rensselaer. AHKbugh the K aVe the short end of the , they could very well pu ,i this one out of the fire if thev Play as well as they did last week DANCE Saturday - Nov. 12th White Eagle Ballroom Main St. _ Derby Featuring Joe Rock and His Rock-n-Rye Orch. DANCING 8—12 SAT L —NOV. 19th :and Orch New Haven Teachers play host to Fort Trumbull tonight. Arnold will play at the University of Bridgeport tomorrow. Girls' Pin League Results Listed r.e.nilts of the U. S. Rubber Co. Girls' Interdepartment Bowling League are as follows: Monday DUislon Bouchers 2. Wildcats 1; Streamers 3, Tigers 0; Style Gaiters 3, Keds 0; Cagers 3. Hopefuls 0; Gems 3. Cut-Ups 0. High Individual Single — Janet Schlch 142; High Individual Three —Janet Sohleh 359; High Team Single—Style Gaiter 030; High Team Throe—Style Gaiter 1517. Tuesday Division Invaders 2. High Steppers 1; Chargers 3, Racers 1; Cubs 3. Charmers 0; Pow Wows 3, Smoothies 0; Boot Toppers 2 Fireflies 1. High Individual Single — Mary Sodioski 136; Hish Individual Three- Ann Yvasauskas 3^6; High Team Single -Boot Toppers 522; High Team Three—Boot Toppers LODAY-SATJUH fTM or ARTHUR GODFRerS **MO t TtUVISIOH SHOWt TEL. 404 TODAY and SATURDAY "ESCAPE" with Hex Harrison f eKgy Cummins William Hartnell also I Shot Jesse James' I with Preston Foster (Barbara. Brltton John Ireland SECURITY Does your Insurance give adequate protection today? DO roo HAVE m Bee NATJGATDCK INSURANCE AGENCY INC. Building costs are steadily Increasing PHONE 2080 F. W. EATON. Mgr. Mezzio's Otters:— S&SfSwS-E *"" B K*5**i.4£»"*»"»»f Tlr»». 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