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PACE «—NAOGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 7019 Talk OlPeacelet^een^ivaJ Grid Leagues Brewing Again Packer Official Sees Settlement Within A Year (By United Tress) Peace talk between the riva professional football leagues is In the news again today. An owner from each clrcuil cam« out today and predicted eventual peace. Cm-ley Lambeau. vice president of the National league Green Bay •Packers predicts a settlement by next year. "I know," says Lambeaii, "that a. majority of owners in both leagues are in accord with a peaceful settlement." The veteran Packer official ad mits the 10 National League clubs will lose about $1,000,000 this year. The All-American Conference says Lambeau, win Jose about $1750,000. "Anyone," insists Lambeau, "who docs not want a sensible settlement of the situation in the face of these figures should have their heads examined." Lambeau evidently doesn't agree with earlier statements by Ted Collins of th P New York Bulldog* and Mickey McBride of Cleveland Collln« gays the National league Is h?*? 1 ^ McBrid « «iys he'd sell fits A-A-C club before okavine a merger. - 6 "Collins U a great jester," Lambeau explained, "often he g eis facetious about some serious matters. McBride probably was placed on a spot at a time where he was to apeak his mind," Sreuil, owner of the Buffalo i the A-A-C owner who talked .peace today. Breaul admitted the same was suffering- and mighf even d.sappcar "unless there is only poovible way profc-i rootball can survive" p Te . ""• " is for the t^, ° . ««« That way the public will r °? P ° rtUnlty to see the f play in either league " * ays that the Bulldog °£ h ' S Star ^terback Ratterman, cnme as no surprise. The Buffalo ow^er says knew- of RattermanU, w,th another club when he ear,- ,M earlier this year. "I made a move wh-ch I think £» well worth while." say., Breul ] Fastest Trotting Horse To Be Retired five-year-old "Rodney"'will «Hot^oo* r £ rkWO "^ '^ Rodney, which has traveled more Wiles m 1:58 or better (ran any stallion In history, is scheduled 1-5 KO in the $50,000 Golden West Tro< on- Saturday. After !hat, Rodnuv" wil make one other start, then be . Th.? five-year-old Rodney, undc- -ea.ed 'horse of the year" in 1P4S has won J98.000 dollars In purse?! He will be retired to stand at «ud in Lexington Ky. Ceo. Witfflesworth ft Son, Int PLUMBING, HEATING and Am CONDITIONING MAPIE 8TOBET M Hoar OH Burner TEL. PLASTIC TOILET SEATS Lifetime Guarantee Assorted Colon Pond Hlil CC Com | Win Opening Games, 31-22 And 12-7 Two "Pond Hill Community f.'l-ib Kisketball tennis opened their 1940-50 seasons with victories last night. The Juniors defeated the Waterville Juniors, 31-22, and the Midgets stopped the Watervl!!i> Midgets, 12-7. Both games wore olayed at Sprngue School gym, in Watcrburyi The Juniors, paced by Fmnlc Montoni and Daly, jumped off Lo .\ iead midway through the first period and built up a 19-14 halftime advantage. Montoni scored 14 points and Daly 10. The Midgets had an easier U-no with the Waterville Half-Pints, leaving, the floor at intermission with a 10-3 lead. Rosatti was high man for the locals with six points. The scores: J'OXU HII,I, MIUUKTN . rl II Rosatti. Inrlo. c A.she. IK .... . Carey. TK Totals WATEiiVIM T)on:>lnio. rK . . . , GnlymlifuHkl. IK Cantor. 2 (I 0 0 •1 12 T. Ariola. J. Ariola. Tot ills . Score Watervll Montoni, II Uniattl. rt laly. c . . Vinn*-v. IK r*a rov. re rl H ir a .1 lint-—pnml Hills ((•re* 1 —Johnson. roxi) iin.i.s BUSY IN BACKFIELD - . By Alan Maw, MOST cw COAST AS A BftA/VDS- OM T" 7Z> •S/filGC.E / UNDER 'THE SYSTEM, 1ST ABOUT THE 0VS/EST MArf Ofit THE PUNTS AMD ' THROWS A LOT MORE WEIGHT, J6ofvu/i/e* WHEN IT TO B/m. re* ft THE Move OVER J, OOO - FOR U.C.L.A. flrng Totals WATF.llVIT.U . 'tart. IE . Hurekle. rf 1( in hall time— Pntlil 2 U 1III|'n .IrH. H. ru-ltn-unii— Lr>ix.| and WEISS HEH FRANKLIN ETORK ClflTRCH ST. NAUGATVCK Mead Announces Ring Retirement (By United Press) Three boxers, two from this country and one from England, figure In the ring news today. AmAerican Middleweight Pete Mead announced in London that he's re'lring from the ring. X-ray shows that no ribs were fractured n his fourth-round technical knockout by Randolph Turpln of Leam- 'ngton, England. But the Grand Rapids, Mich., middleweight says le's quitting anyway. Seems Mead promised his wif e to quit fighting f he ever was hurt in the ring, and he took a good going-over from the English boy Tuesday night. Another British fighter, heavyweight Eddie Vann, now holds the English record for quick knockouts. Last night, in London, Vann ctiyoed Genrglc Stern, also of Eng- and, in 12 seconds of the first -ound. That includes the 10 seconds the referee needed for the :ouht. Vann's first punch did the rick. Lightweight. Maxic Docusen is clamoring for a title bout today ifter hia split-decision win over Enrique Bolanos iu Los Angeles Tuesday, It was the 67th straight vin for the undefeated New Or- eans lightweight. But some 10,000 L.OS Angeles fans evidently didn't igreo with the decision. They booed tor 10 minutes after it was an- 1 nounced. A few even built fires in '.he aisles at the Olympic auditorium. COAL NEEDED FOB COKE Approximately 2,850 pounds of coal are used in making a ton of coke. Style Gaiters Hang Onto One-Game Lead In Rubber Co. Loop Keglers nc-nrod their peak in th<> U. S. Rubber Co. Men's Tntcrd'j- partment Bowling League luyt nluht on Pasho'H Alleys. In the firat game between Earl H an hoy's Tennis Mill Mold and Chuck Johnson's Waterproof Park- Uig, 36 marks wen; chalked up. Lou Plchulo iiHd eight sparer in r. row to hit a 147 game and capture high individual single. His tf-nmmales won team high single with a 595 score as the Packera took two games from the Moldc.-i, Gene Gladding rolled a 364 sot which was high for the match, fin- ir.lng with a 122 game to r;lvo his teammate.") their only victory. John Kloc's Style Gaiters hnd -i 1U55 tolal to win the team Drb.o but the best they could sain was :L 2-1 win from Fr«nk Carlson's M«- chnnlcs. Don Miller with a i>rlx'>- winning 37-1 and CactHin Kloc with i 362 proved the difference after '.hn Mechanics had won I ho fir-it game 549-542. Pete Rugger! arrived too IrJe for the first game ,-md then rolled carries of 134 and 141 to give. Bill Woods' Tennis Making a 3-0 win over the Waterproof Mlllmen. Dick Kellers' 121 WHS high Ht.rlng for Ihn losnr«. rhurlfe Amjiollllo's Boot Room with Lolo -Trlano setting the r.nc.i, swept their match with Bob Bini-tie's Outsoln Cuters. Joo Gesscck dilecl In wlh timrly marks for >.he victors and oe Summa -ind Chat-ll,. Diljturenzio featured for the IOHUI-J. As is customary in this leagu.;, standings ar-c tighter than I he proverbial ScotchmHn. Only two gijtiiM separate first and fifth places'. Standing W Style Gaitert) 20 Waterproof Packing . . 10 Tennis Making- Tennis Mill-Mold . . . Boot Room Mechanical Waterproof Mills 10 Outsole Cutting 5 Tonnis Stllchlng 0 .18 .18 .18 7 8 8 0 9 13 17 22 27 Pet. .7-11 .733 .-03 6C6 W 6 .371 ''JOO SAVE ON BOMBER JACKETS \ Wat*r lU-peJIent bhcl! \ Alpaca Lined Throughout FRIDAY QNLY Boys 4fi$>. k Mcns ^7.75 uoELI $7.95 up 100% Woirioii Sport Shirts $4,98 Sixes ll>/ 2 —n. Guaranteed Saving of $3.50 r»n Each I'alr of TrouHnra. Choice of Wool, Gabardine, Sharkskin, Twetul. CHESTER^S ARMY & NAVY SURPLUS STORE 24 SOUTH MAIN 3TREET Naug:atuck Phone G919 OPEX DAILY P— e — FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 I>. M. 13 Football Games Comprise Yale, Harvard Weekend New Haven, Conn., Nov. 17— Football football and more football, 12 (fames In nil, with two soccer games to add seasoning, comprise the athletl". diet of this year's Yaln-Hurvurd weekend Thirteen of the contents are achechiled for tomorrow afternoon with the C7th clash between the varsities of the two universities providing the climax on Saturday in the Bawl. The eight Yale colleges will take on eight Harvard houses in fool- bull games on the Berkshire Held? west of Central avenue, and Timothy Dwltfhl College will mcot a Harvard house team, as yet not picked, In a touch football contest on Field 7 at 2:15. The Yale n-cihmen and the Harvard first year men will" play on Anthony Thom'pson Field, near Armoryvllle, at 2, . and the Yale and Harvard junior varsities will 'angle at the .same time on Da- Witt Cuyler Field. Also at 2, the freshman and varsity soccer -teanuj of the two institutions win oripose each other on Holds near Coxe Cage. The biggfist drawing cord of the pro-varsity program i,? expected to be the freshman football game Yale's powerful first year men have been consistently good this ynar rxc-ot for n. fast-second lapnc against Holy Cross, and will be out to snare the freshman "Big Three" title. Conn. Football Tigers Nip Bulldogs, 21-19, In Overtime; Bears Win, 17-12 The Tigers nipped the Bulldogs, 21-19, In overtime lajrt night at the Hop Brook sohool gym, In a Salem Lathe/run ohurcfi basketball leagxip jfnme. Doug Olson flipped In n basket in tho two-r.iinute extra mansion, after tho regulation game ended with the ocore dedalocked at 19-all. Lftrry Terra was high scorer for the winners with 12 points. Pie paced the Tigers H.M they overcame an 8-8 hiilftlmo doilclt. Olnon contributed ucvcn markers. For the Bulldogs, Bobby Graiben was high man with eight points. In another league game, the Bears defeated the Eagles, 17-12. E. Olson threw In seven ;rJo!nts to pacu tho winners, ivhllo Martin, with crix, was high for tho Eagles. The scores. Tigers B F. P. Tcrra I* 8 0 12 Olson rf _ 3 j 7 VanVlandrcn c o 0 0 Stlnson Ig . . . . 102 Cnrl»°n '.'.'. 0 0 0 Johnson rg o 0 0 ' Totals 10 1 21 Briefs, Scout Teams For Orange Bowl Game (By United Press) Officials of Bowl games con- ijnuo to try to line up prospects Tor the many poMt-M«-ason affairs. The Orange Bowl, turned down by Army, will scout three games this ••oming week-end while looking for a team to piny at Miami. The games 'o be scouted will be Oklahoma- Santa Clara; Kentucky-Tennessee and Tulanc-Virglnla. Those running the Junior Rose Bowl ut T'ttwidcnn, Calif., on Dec. 10 way they have eight tnumn under 'consideration. Junior- college teams in the running ns Eastern representatives are Little Rcok, Arkansas; /Lamar, Texus; Tyler, Texas. Boise, Idaho, and George Military. Campion, Eiist Los Angeles and Suntsi Anna are being considered as Western representative. Nevada has turned down an offer to play In the Fruit Bowl game at San Francisco over the Dec. 3 weok-cnd. Neviulu officials say 'Our record of four wins against five lessen with one game to play hardly warrants participation in a Bowl game." NATIONAL IIOCKKY UCAUUF, Detroit -I. Chicago 1, Toronto 1, Montreal 0. New York 2, Boston 1. AMERICAN HOCKEY LKAGUIS Cleveland 8. Cincinnati 2. Pittsburgh 7, Springfield 2. Providence 4, Indianapolis 3. YALE New Haven, Nov. 17—(UP)—One of Yale's big- offensive threats 1-erd Nadhcrny, underwent a med- cal examination today to deter- Tiine whethor ho can play against Hnrvard Saturday. The big plunging hack wrenched •i Knee during a practice Hcrlm- Mrunw-lille. it Is announced that Jim Fuchs and Charley Keller two jacks who have been ill, may be in ihape for the Harvard game. CONN. U. SlorrH- The University of Connecticut football «quud h a « been bolstered by tho return of three men from th e injury list. Available for action again are hulfbacku Bob Zelcznlkar of Mln- noaota and LeRoy Tulp of New It Is announced, however, that halfback Don Rosa of Now Britain who has been out for 11 xlay M with a hip injury, wil! not be available for Saturday's finale at Ohio Wes- icyan. WK8LEYAN Mlddlotown -The Wesleyan football team Khould bo stronger this Saturday against Rochester than •t was last week In tho Trinltv game. J LEWIS CARROLL The T><-n)er ou tJie Snearn CRtfTP.II KQnAUR - COHNEIC PHOHl'KCT * UNION HTHEKT8 nnrclnj Tll« llnaril Chrum* Trln Door Framo Window 8n»h * Frntncn P*lnt» Floor Nnnd»m lor Benl TKI,K1'IIONE 1484 M , Nc )«on appeared assured of aeclftK action In th o season's finale, and end Don Joffray Is irlv- «n a .slight chnnco of playing. TRINITY Hartford -The Trinity football j-quud t !lt)CI . od off work tot , D ^ t »run,,c«l for the distinction of bnln,; iho H.-aMOM'H only unUcfeiited ••o!l.; B la.tu (frldHtem In New England. ""»» The Hilltoppcrs polished up the ayWlthWhiCh they h °P e to Ie ^P , , K, , ' ura "' ln lh« way of an unblcml«hed record. They also mapped out n defense system to Russia's Lena river drains an area of approximately one million square miles. B F P Gi-a'bon if 3 j g •R. Anderson rf i j a Hcrmonat c i 2 4 Grabrjelson IK . . 102 ^'» on '.'.'.'. 0 0 0 'Peterson rg ^ 0 C. Anderson ."..'.'. 000 Referee: Dahlln. Boan. 13, Berry If K. Olson rt '.'.'.'.'".' S, Dahlin c ....,/' D. Olson Ig Gabrlclson " Grabcn rg Polemon .'. Totals Map-tin If .......... ; R. Anderson rf Surebury c L^dna \ g ..... '.'",'"" Sh en rg 'Tlotals .. ' 7 5 19 B F. P. 102 3 1 7 204 102 0 0 102 .000 8 1 17 B F. P. 306 000 2 0 . 1 0 haiftimc: Reteree: Shiva. ..ooo 0 0 12 Bears 12, ONTHEA1R 6 .-00-AII «"• ountcrnny Hoattp " M ™ MomentH In UiJO-wimv n '' Yr> " -' B Wa Shllt WWCO— TT N Toilny Wnpolntmflm will) Mimic- , _« e , mo j, r. : .| r>— t [r i Hvrty Drioilv (i:Jn-T,'*ltv r-iin ' 7H5 8:nfl— fitop tho Mimlo n'Sn. S?u rc J, A""<terilam Show :» . ,ui — r rnn TlUKa-Jisfl 10:nn_r-rlvnl« my« Show .- H ,O W :nn—H»>-h' ShHner Show :Hn^;wronfVh«o Romimoo - Wynn It :'t«~j.'|| m Thonttir ; sft_i))nf-H T!" lOMB-Ncwst-oel 9nllnt«r» h ?(in-:nhllflCc!ii'B •t'hnater JJ !.nO— Jl'llMV IDOBS It 1;.nn_+.-,,fcl,, 7i. ran & Q1 7 :30— Bliowroam Cnravnn -.. "•'" v r-'""' v Kn.v n»<) Johnny i.nrk_TnA '• * 10;p6— ilnrtln Kane If It'« Anythlnr tor TOMT • . " •' '"' Pall „ A R K A Y 1 TLOOR COVEKINOB «0 niamond St. Tel. Indians Win Three From Yankees In K. Of C League The Indians swept throo games from the Yankees last night, in Knight) of ColumbuH Bowllrvj; Leoguo mutchOK at the n & M Alleys. Al Fratcsl and Chuck Waskowir.ss were the big gunn for lh» wlnnn-- Al with strings of 120, 85 and 120 and Chuck with 107, 11.7 and 110. Ray SehulU hit strlngn of 120, 115 and 90 to pace the Yanks. In the other match the Red Six took two from the White Sox. Turn Duffy paced tho wlnncrw whlio Frank Wylong was high for I be losers. Four High School Students In New Haven For Conference Four NaugatucU. High school students are in New Haven toduy to tako part In a high HChool-colloge conference at New Haven Teachers College. Thone attending are: Izals Sardo, a aenlor; Nancy Anderson, a junior; Ann Ellse Erlckson, a junior; and Murgretta Dcegan, eonior. The conference, in the form of a forum and panel discussion s r °up, IB sponsored by the Geography Club of the College. The theme is: "Is the British Commonwealth of NatloiiB •Noarlng Its End?" Mr. Siirdo will dlscusai! '..he question from the viewpoint of Canada; Miss'Anderson, South Africa; Mlsa Erickson, India aifd Miss Deegan, Australia. Also attending are Mrs. Jnancttc Matzkin and Minn Mury Kmergon, of the High achool'H social ntudli-3 department. Waterbury Patrolman Defends Shooting In Car Theft Pursuit Patrolman Paul Salvatore of the Waterbury Police Department, in a statement explaining his action in shooting a 17-ycar-okl Naugn- tuck boy after the youth abandoned a stolen car and attempted to flee, said the boy is more than six feet tall and weighs more than J70 pounds and did not look, like a boy to him. He added that warning shots fired ut the speeding car only caused the youth to drive faster and that his driving at 80 miles an hour on Waterbury streets endangered the lives of pedestrians and motorists. He said that he, and his companion, M o t o f Patrolman Thomas Floro twice narrowly escaped Injury when the fleeing youth tried to run their car off the road. Patrolman Salvatore also pointed out that there is considerable danger In the capture of a car thief and pointed out that not too long ago a Stamford policeman was killed by a motorist the officer had stopped to question. lie added that It Is not only the duty of policemen and citizens to recover stolen property, but to apprehend tho culprit as well. He said thieves Invariably damage stolen cars and added that In many cases car thieves also have committed other crimes. "A policeman is not always in a position to ask for a fugitive's birth certificate before he swings Into action," the officer said. The youth Is reported by St Mary's Hospital authorities to be recovering from a gun-shot wound In his upper thigh, Pedestrian TOO MANY RURAL TRAFFIC DEATHS INVOLVE WALKERS: States are tackling this problem by constructing pathway, along main highway* to safeguard those afoot Oklahoma, winner of the 1940 AAA National Pedestrian Protection Contest for States, recently built 19. miles of such pathways. — AAA Safety Features <J»oto eourtov OAkAoinu Devartmtnt of Public So f,tv.) SALT BKII.S VAKV Salt bedH range in thlckn««a from , just a few inches to more than ! 300 feel. TKL. 404 FHIOAV and SATURDAY "The Plunderers" In Tr\icolor with Rod Cameron tlona MIIXHC.Y Adrian Booth also "Unknown Island" In Olnccoior With Vlriflnlii Givy °hlllp Jteod Burton Maolum — Today — "WHISPERING SMITH" und "HIGH TIDE" PENNY BINGO SATURDAY NITE at Everybody's Hall (formerly I>AV> SO CHURCH (ST. FREE ADMISSION Free Games t I*uck.v Scjiln win 4 I-iitip I'rl/^i FLAY KTAHTS AT 7::<fl V. 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