Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 21, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, November 21, 1949
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PAGE 9— NAUGATtJCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, NOV. 21, IMS Greyhounds Prep For Annual Classic With Ansonia Thurs. BOWL-BOUND By ASan Mover Lavender Favored To Kecord idth Straight Victory COrtch Gcortro F. Goodwin's Nnu- gutuck High school football team begl»i flnal preparations tor the blpr fc&me of the year, Thursday affajait Ansonia lit Ansonia, this afternoon at v Recreatlbn Field. Coach Goodwin, who underwent •urgiry lust week at Southington hospital for a knee Injury sustained .While in the Navy during Worfii War II, returned to take over "the reins of the team Friday. Tht Greyhounds will hold heavy drills today and tomorrow and taper off with a light drill Wednesday In preparation for the an-' nual> Turkey Day tilt with the Lavender. Inspired by a 14-6 triumph over Scyniour a week ago, the locals will be aiming- for their first victory over Ansonia since 1933. However, they will go into the fray as underdogs against the hot and cold eleven from down the vajley, I which has been beaten by and has beaten some of the best In tho stated AnBonia has a strong: running attack-and one of the best passing attacks in the valley. The latter is expected to spell the difference between victory and defeat for the Greyhounds. The locals have «hown time .ind again this ynar that Uity arc vulnerable to a good passing- attack. Passing- spelled tho difference between victory ar.d ties In the Crosby and Wilber Cross Games, meant defeat at th<> hands of L«avenworth and provided the only score for Seymour. Tommy Black-wood, Ansonla's towering right end, will be one of the main thorns in tho sidn of the Garnet • and Gray forces. Blackwood will stand head and shoulders above all of Naugatuck'a secondary and sMalrf' have a field day. In ...fullback Charley, the Lavrndcr has one of the hardest charging backs In the valley. Coupled with Bobby Goldson nn'd Vln DaCosta. a pair of fleet half- hacks, the trio fortell of nothing but trouble for the Greyhounds. However, with quarterback Jim Ashe throwing ana Blackwood to receive, Ansonlo should" flpd it-s aertfil attack sufficient to its llth straight triumph and its 15th in the la»t 16 years, marred only by a 7-7 tie in 1938. The locals will be at full strength for the finale, with the exception Rooney Fights Cabey Lewis Tonight New Haven. Nov. 21 —Charley Cabey Lewis of New York, a dougrhty ring warrior who has mixed with the best in the featherweight and lightweight divisions, will provide a atiff test for featherweight Jimmy Rooney of Bridgeport in tho f"ntnre bout at the Arena here tonight. The distance IB ertght rounds, but of Lewis' ricord of knockouts there is the chance that Rooney will not be around at the finish. Lewis may not tag him for keeps, but the odds arc against Rooney and for the first time here he will be on the short-end of the betting. of second striny signal caller Bryant Klrkendtill, who has been out Since before the Crosby gamp with a leg Injury. Ho Is not expected to afc any action Thurcday. Charlie Alcjfl, Naugutucli'H hard- charging, hijrh-BCorlnK All-Btatr halfback candidate, IB again expected to bear tho brunt of the Garnet'o attack. Charlie In now averaging better Ulan H!X yards every time he carries the ball and hts average has boon going up steadily in the past three games. Ansonia, however, has the local* well scouted and aware of Algol's ability, will be building their defense to stop him. Members of the loam have expressed confidence" in their ability to <broah Ansonla'i* mastery, but lndlcatlons | arc that they are In for a rude'awakening como ThurB- day. Despite a 59-6 trouncing at the hands of Now Britain and more recently a 14-12 defeat at tho hands of Dei'by, the Lavender nip- pear to have more than enough power to quell any Garnet ambitions. Uniteds Trip Hartford, 3-1 Three second half goals pave the Naug.ituck Uniteds a 3-1 victory over the Hartford Portuguese Club yesterday afternoon at Recreation Field. The win advanced tho locals to the semi-finals of the State Soccer Cup championships. Tho teams buttled through n ocorclesa first half, but early In the second half Charley Gonzalos got away on a fast breakaway plav, beat both fullbacks to score and a short time later added another goal. George Stotz, who played with Yale, scored the other goal for the Uniteds. The Unltcds and thp. Porti will meet again next Sunday at Colt Park, Hartford, in another State Cup match. The summary: Nau«r. United* Hartford Ports O. Fcnandes Oibral C. Fornandes Cabra! Goal J - Crav « Bonblch RB M - Sousi1 .. Corrcla LB A - Podr o Dolgado RH J. Adaplto Charlie LH D. Davenport. -....: Yoranlan CH G !3tolz Marshall OR Wcir Paragon IR C. Goncalves Bcntn CF Tachas •••' -GD.lo OL J. Agaplto Charlie IL Goal? scored bv C. Goncalves ?., G. Stotz 1, Galo 1. Snore at half tlme-Naug. United 0, Hartford Ports 0. Substitutes - Arrudn. normnn. listovos, Sousa. Gcrclch Referee—William Zulnhwain. NO DAMAGE Fire Chief John J. Sheridan reports that no damage resulted from an overflowing oil burner fire at the home of Miss Margaret E. Mi:- Gulrc, 400 Scott street, Saturday afternoon. Firemen were summoned by phone at 3:45 o'clock. OKLAHOMA HEAD COACtf, /WAY HAV£ TURNED OUT OF TAF 3 Of ' OKLAHOMA LMOST A ffAMF //V LOOKS L/KE IT'LL Be W/f B£GT ffaws. ATTRACT/OMB .' Dfllrftulnf t- Kim r»t«ua Sfl U.S. Rubber Company Schedule Released i The schedule of activities for cm- | ployes of tlin U, S. Rubber Co. j footwear plant for the coming work | Is as follows, Monduy, Nov. 21 1 to n p. m.—Girls'- Inlcrdepart- mcnt Bowllnp League--Paaho's Al- lovu-—Naugatuck. 5 p. m.—Men's Inlerdnpartmnnt Bnclmtnton Lcaffun — Nauiratucit YMCA. i 0 p. m.—Men's Varslly Bowling Team vs. Goodyear Glove. National Division — NYIC Lc!rif;uc - N.iut-a- Uick YMCA Alloyn. 6 p. m.—Men's Intprdupartmont. Basketball Lcngue—Hlg-h School. TtieHduy, Nov. 22 1 to 5 p. m.-—Girls' Int.erdepavl- racnt Bowling LeaRMc—Pasho'.'! Al- loys--Nnugatuck. 7 p. m.—Men's Interdepartmrnl Bowling I.oaRuc—PiiHho'.M Allcy.i - Nuugatuck.- «<lay, Nov. 23 5 p: ml—M«n'» Office League- Pa»ho'p AlleyH—-Nn.iii<al uck. 5 p. m.—Men's Intcrdepartmont Badminton League -— Nauirat'irU YMCA. 8 p. m.—Men's Varsity Basketball prrtcUce. Thursday, Nov. 24 ThankHgiving Duy—Pln n | clo:i>!(' Friday, Nov. 25 C:1S p. rn.--U. S. Girls' Club Bov/HnK Loajjuc—Paaho's Allcyn — 9 p. m.—Men's Varnlty Bowllnf? . Team VM. Synthetic. American D\ ! vision -NVIC League—Pusho'H Al- icys—Naugatiick. STHONGEST ANfMAI, Grizzly hears arc salt! to be < stronger and moro ferocious than any other American animal. Conn. Boasts Only Undefeated Eleven In New England <By United Tnwtn) Connecticut. rtjlp;nn supremo In New Enplane! collegiate football, ns far as undefeated records (fo. For the fourth year In a row, Connecticut hod the only .eleven In Ihc! Klx-statR arna that was unbeaten and untlod. Trinity carried Ihc ball for the Nutmeg State, winding up tho year by winning till eight games, 'j'hc Hilltoppcm s'vn promise of contin- iilni; an ;i |(iid powov noxt. yenr, nlncc their star performorB are mostly sophomores who will bo augmented by some flashy talant Horn this year's freshman aygreKa- tion. , Other. Connecticut collegiate 'iiiib.s however, havo, little to hrajf about. Const Guard won flvo out of eight. Wctiloyan which waa new Ringland'H only nndnfeatRd cluh (tie rrecedlng: threo yciu-n, Yale and Connecticut ;ill had 50-50 recorda. Lawton Semi-Finalist In Dakota Wesleyan Ping-Pong Tourney Fred Lawton, win of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawton, of Not.tlcton avenue! recently reached tho soml-finals of tho ping-pong tournament foj- thu Dakota Wcaleyan University ohnm- plonahlp. Mr. Lawton, a sophomore at. tho Mitchell, South Dakota. University, bowed to Toldo Yamada, i>f Hllo, Hawaii, who thdn lost to Eddie Anderson, of Mitchell, In the finals 21-18 and 21-11. Advertising Gains On Sports Dept. In News Grid Poll Advertising turned In tho top score of the week and picked up two {fames on the front-running Sports Dopnrt.mont Saturday in the News collcglatn grid poll, Tho Ad- nnon were right on 18 of the 25 Tnos, and although the score was lower than the exports have boon racking up, It was Rood enough for tho runncrn-tip to pick up ground on the slumplrlg pace Betters. Also right on 18 of 20 wara Ally. Henry Marlor, one of the two guout exports. Third place Composing Room had 17 winners, Sports 16 and Editorial, Circulation and guest expert Tom Dillon, 15. Sports still leads the pack by threo games and with only one weak remaining In the poll, looks like this year's winner. However, Advertising is fltill In striking position and a good week could very easily win tho poll for tho monoy- mon, All the exports Htimibled on St. Bonaventure's 10-0 upset of Boston U. and the Michigan, Ohio State 7-7 tie, All but Marlor missed William & Mary's 20-0 victory over Arkansas., Advertising was tho only winner In Princeton's 19-13 upHOt. of Dartmouth, Marlor wan .•tho only winner in Bulger's 35-14 triumph over Fordham and Sports was the only expert right on Baylor's 35-26 victory over Southern Methodist. 'Sports and Circulation missed North Carolina's 21-20 victory over Duke; Editorial, Composing', Dillon and Mnrlor missed Tem- [>lu'(i 20-7 victory over Holy Cross; Sports,; Circulation, Advertising, Marlor and Dillon missed Northwestern's.. 9-7 victory over Illinois. All but Composing and Marlor mlMHOd Tennessee's 0-0 upset of Kentucky; Editorial was wrong on Minnesota's 14-8 victory over Wisconsin, Sports and ' Editorial were wrong on'Pitt's 19-0 triumph over Penn State and Composing and Marlor wore wrong on Vlllanova's 15-21 rout:of North Carolina State. W L Pet. ,734 155 60 .721 .1>H 71 ,670 Norwoods To Bring Sports Advertising" Compowing . Bdllorlal .. Circulation! 141 74 133 82 .856 .619 Marlor 137 58 .703 Olllon 77 38 .670 US Rubber Basketball League Opens Second Season This Evening The U. 3; Rubber Co. Men's In- tercloj>artrn.ont Basketball, Loaguo will open'Its second season tonight on Ihe Naugatuck High school court, wit;h two games scheduled. Last . year's champions, Jack FYuin'» Fabric Cutters, will meet C'enovMaissn's Area 'Crow In the opcner.«at 6:liJ o'clock. In the second game,, Clarence Fortlno'a ,Ten- nls Mill * Mold meets Bob Allen's Office -force. The/lfeaguc's schedule will run from tonight through April 3. Winners o* the first and second rounds will play for the plant championship following tho completion of scheduled, play. Winners and run- nors-up^'tijrlll i-ocnlvo Individual prlz- «n and d plaque will bo prosontod to the- chumplonahlp team. • .I'/HtASITES CAUSE LOSS Internal parnMlten In llvostnck cause in annual loss of about $125 million,' . NOW, MORE THAN EV6R. THE GREATEST SHOW ON ICE! if OF I95O TlMttM TMlTM(MTM tM« WhNt" MM Utap T. .^ TOy$H»1 5^ S«» MlMCY-MHMII NMMNiO>MMO HVTOAMD MtUICDVOX / e*»* y *7 mmmmammmm DEC. Evg.. .1 8:00» Matt. 2:30, Dec. 3, 4, 10. t2.00.-f2.75, $3.60 tax incl. All seal* reserved. TICKETS 'NOW—at Box Office and hy MmU. In ordering by mail, specify «|«| e , mn ii ncc o r evening, price and number of ticket*, and enclose self addressed, •lamped envelope. «cc. t<*tc, m NEW HAVEN JH ARENA Ice C«pad« of 1950 is the bcsi stigcd show on i«. It sets a record for beaut* taste, relation ,„, gorgeous production numbers am) rnojt im^rwn. S 4)1, ,n cmcrt-nmcnt. - W. WARD MARSH. CLEVELAND PLAIN DEA?nR ffer /CE GAPADES 77cKEr$ Here Friday Night The Ansonln Norwoods, who will oppose tho Nnugntuck Highland- lira at the YMCA Friday night In the first homo fjamc of the year Cor tho locals, will bring to town potentlnl state team, loaded with court stars. Bullet Bill Dudley and Dan Hef- forn/in havo rejoined the »quad and .'ihould provide a deadly ,ond-two •icoi'lnu punch. Tho latter performer, ex-Holy Cross and Connecticut U, varsity standout, possesses a torrlflc hook-ahot and will abet the club with his B lx foot plug height and play mailing. Other potential hl«-h scorora on the team arc Phil Wllhelmy, a one- handed push ahot artist; Frank Alu the fleet footed University of Connecticut football wtart; Ted Var- t.elan, former Ansonia high and Cheshire Academy stalwart; Tommy Comcowlch, Bon Wllhelmy, Jim OConnel), Tom Duncan, and Jack Pro Grid Standings All,. AMERICA CONFERENCE YoHterduj-'N HcmiltN .Cleveland III. N. Y. YankecH 0. ° TUB NTAMHNfl W. T,. T. 1. 3 3 I! 7 10 Pet. '.Til .700 .144 .304 Clnvnlnm! .... "g Sim FrnnclMcn S N V Yankees . .. , . 7 lluffalo 1 ChlcuKn HornetH .... 4 I..OH AnK. Donn . . 4 Baltimore .... 1 This Wi'Pk'V Sell Thnrmlny" — Cluvolnml New York YnnkooH nl »! ln ^ ~7 ' ;;u "^lo (it nalUmore, Now York YnnkecH nl S™ li-rnnnlHr.o. ChlcyiKo Boni-H 31, Wanhlniflon 21. Detroit 4fi. N. Y. QlnnlH 21. t _ I-.OH ^ AtiRolcjH ] tiunn 211. Ohlcuijo PhlliKle'lphln 42. N. Y. BulldoKS 0. PIttHlMii'Kh 80. Oreon Hay 7. THK Plillnilelphln . . PIltHlmritli . . . N Y rilnntH . . WaHlilntTton . . . N Y BulldoKM W. s n n 3 1 W. T. 2 o J n .125 .r.r.r, Pnl. l>on AnurelfiH Unmn.. (1 1 Clilf-JiKo Ronrs (t :i Chlonmr Ciirdliuilx . . 4 4 Palfolt ; .. 2 7 n 22'> Oro«n Bnv 2 7 Tlll« Wligk'H Nrlinilnli' Th«r«ilny—Chlcnito at tVitivili Rimrtiiy—riroun nny at Chlc:iiKi> Cm••' Now Vni'k IJiilldoKH nl lx>H An«plnH WnnhliiRton «t N«w York ninntH. 200 At Alembic Assn. Smoker Morn than 200 persons attended the annual smoker of the Alembic Ansociation of the Naugatuck Chemical and Synthetic plants Saturday evening at St. George's hall, Ltndcm Park. Tho program Included feats of maple by Harry Davis, movies and singing by the.Salem Village Pour and the Naugatones barbershop quartotfi. I Cuomo Meinu tun tM»t &#Ut< fafa&t TW* HEPBURN Judy HOLIDAY Tom EWELL David WAYNE -2nd MT- 'SARABAND' Tvclmfcohir i ,Umr< OMNSn-lMn OMWWOOD j iMExrnu«Mr OM <r«M IN MDM9M , 8-BIG ARTS VOWVII^B I On S.-r>.<>,, "Sliittnry'N llurrlfnnc»' o/ror? WKD. un<l THUHHDAl "UNFAITHFULLY YQUES" wltji; ftcx Harr(noi) Linda jOarimJI Budy VaJice !\tttn "MAKE MINE with Kay !l»l(f<>r Ankin Shirley OonnlH Day <; — Today — "J^OTIIKB- WOBK TIGHTS' uifl' "^PLLOW MJR QUIETLVi Headquarters for UNDERWEAR for Children and QTI8 UNDERWEAR for Men Briefs -Mid-thigh — Boxers Light and Winter Weights r EMBRKSK8 JDQQEHHIQDQQBIIIBffiQHDV 1 NOBTH MAIK ST. "TEL SW7 Opeii ThiirN. and Frl. TUI 9 Ohio-Michigran Battle To A Tie Ann hlK During a »|i<!t-iaciiiur piny early In (In- Michigan-Ohio (cumr at Arbor, Mich., Ohjo'n stnr hnlfbaclt Vlv Jiuiowlr* IN N«>i>|>rd In trnnkN. By battling the Michigan*!.-™ t« n 7-7 tin HPOI-P, Ohio Jipponrpd to have nu outtHandlng rlmnco U> »«t «hn Big T.-n utralriry board'* vote for Itom> Bowl game with California. (Iiit, £»<imlph»U>) Gems, Toppers Lead Girls' Pin Leagues Standings In the U. S. Rubber Co. Girls Intcrdepartmcnt Bowling League are as follows: MONDAY DIVISION W L Gnms 23 4 Style GaHor 20 7 Streamers IB 11 Keds 15 12 'Wildcats 14 13 Cutups 13 14 Cagers 13 14 Bluchers 12 in Tigers . 7 20 Hopefuls 5 24 TUESDAY DIVISION Boot Toppers Smoothies ... . Cubs Invaders Chargers Flrefllqp High Spola ... High Stcpi>cra t'ow Wows ... Charmers Racers W ... 21 .21 ... 21 . . . 18 ...17 ...13 .. 12 . . . 12 . . . 11 ... 9 ... 7 '0 G 6 0 10 14 15 15 10 18 20 P.'t. .S51 .710 481 .-Ifil .-••It .2.Vj .135 P«t. .777 .777 777 O'iB .629 .181 .-I-M .-III .407 .:<33 .209 idphnto) AMKBICAN JUOCKKY LKAGl'K Buffalo 4, Springfield 2, Indianapolis 2. Xffv.' Haven 2. Cleveland 4, Cincinnati 4. NATIONAL, TIOCKKV l.KAGL'K Detroit 5. Toronto 2. New York 5, Chicago 2. GRKAT DAMAGE Tokyo—The typhoon "Allyn." after 1 cauxlng great daman* on thi- iKlund of Guam, U heading thlH morning f, )r Okinawa. In Guam, Governor Carlfon. PENNY BINGO SATURDAY NITE at Everybody's Hall (formerly IMV) 36 CHURCH ST. 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