Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 22, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, November 22, 1949
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*AGE 6—NAUGATTJCK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY, NOV. 52, 1SMO Ansonia "11" Builds Defense To Stop Naugatuck's See Key -To Victory In Bottling Up Local Star Ansor.ia High School's football team has been concentrating on a defense to stop Charlie Alegi, Nau- tatuck's All-State halfback candidate, in preparation for Thursday's annual Turkey Day classic at Ansonia. Although realizing that the BEAR ON DEFENSE have won but a single game this year. Coach Boots Jarvis is awar-? of the Greyhounds' potential rush- Sr-g strength and feels Hiat he must stop Alegi, along with Bob Rabtoy and Bob White, if his charges are to -win as expected. Lavender workouts are revolving- around Jim Ashe, the young pass- Ing ace, an Indication that Coac'.i Jarvis plans to stay in the air lanes •gainst Naugatuck, especially if his Val! carriers fail to inflict any damage. Ashe, who slipped against Hillhouse. completing only one of 35 tries, has some fine targets In Co-Captain Charlie Da'hielciukr Tom Blackwood, Ed Sipay and Vin DaCosta. • Speedster Bob Goldson, Ansonia's heralded speedster, will be playing his le&t game for Ansonia and will be out tc make it his best'. The game will sJso be the last -for Bobbv Wana- gill, Blackwood, Sipay, Walt Barbash. Frank Loda, Jim Fitzgerald, Fred Teodoslo, Ray Granatie, Dick Croete-su. Lou Poeta, Mike LoCi- cero, 'Willy Durant, Al Thomson •cd Joe Sands. Ansonia's record, although far from impressive this year, is much better than Naugatuck's. The Lavender . has victorie^ over Crosby and Notre, Dame of West Hav.-n ! and has tied Shelton and Stamford. Etaznfci d has one of the strongest teams in the state and is in the midst of the fight for the mythical slate-championship. Naugatuck has defeated Seymour, 14-6, for its own victory. It also has ties with Wiiby, Crosby and ; Wilbur Cross and has lost to Derby, Torrington, Shelton and Leaven worth. Both teams will be at top phy> ! leal shape for the game, barring pro-game practice injuries. Anaemia ia deep in reserves in all positions and that is expected to be one of the principals between the two squads. Although the locals scarcely a man who plays 60 minutes per game, the reserves nra not the best and the regulars have to bear the brunt of both offense and defense in all games. The tilt • is slated to get unrter v,i.y at 2 o'clock at Ansonia's Nular. Field. Bands from tioth schools will be on hand to provide added color. Some 5,000 to 6,000 fans are expected to witness the clash. Kapii Hartfi owitz To Coach It". ord'Canes Hartford, Nov. 22--CU P)—Ralph Kaplowitz has been named to succeed Morris (Tubby.) Raskin as coach of the Hartford Hurricanes. Raskin was ffred by the American league basketball team, which has won only a single gam* in five starts. Kaplowitz, who coached th Bears Confirmed As West Coast's Rose Bowl Representative (By" United Press! Pacific Coast and Western Conference officials announced their choices for the January 2 Rose Bowl game yesterday. And t.hc choices surprised no one. Undefeated California, thn Coast champ, will meet Ohio State, co- champ of the Big 10. Both were unanimous choices in Ihe conference balloting. Michigan, which tied Ohio State for tihe Western Conference title, wasn't considered in the balloting. A Big 10 agreement kect: ; s a team from) comnetintr in Pasadena cln.-vte twice in three years. That makes Michigan ineligible The Wolverines beat Southern Cal 49-0 en January 1, 1948. The coming Rose Bowl battle should be a good one. Lynn Waldorf's California champs won all of their 10 Raines this year. Ohio State came throunh with six wini?. one defeat and two 'ties. One of those ties was against the University of Southern California which lest to Colifornia. Thio will be California's second straight trie to the Rose Bowl. Last year the Bears bowed *o Northwestern 20-14. For Ohio State, it's the second appearance in the grand-daddy of all Bowl games. The Buckeves played against California in the 1921 game and lost 28-0. NEW MAGNETIC MATERIAL Washington—Orthono) is a new „,.... „- . . .- ,_ nickel-iron magnetic material, de- club briefly last season, has starred veloped by the U. S navy that Is at forward for two years and will said to be superior in magnetic continue playing there. (properties to all earlier materials New Bendix Economat—with "Undertow" washing, "Floataway" draining, "Squeeze-Drying". No wringer, no bolting down. $] JO 95 SEEING IS BELIEVING SO WE SAY", LET US INSTALL A BENDIX ECONOMAT FREE TRIAL IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT, YOU DON'T KEEP IT! JB OPEN WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS • CONN. FUEL-GAS CORP. 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Highlanders Rout Ansonia Millies For First Win, 71-56 The Naugatuck HlRhlandors put on a epii'ited second half rally to defeat the Anitonia Hillics, 71-56, last nig-ht at Ansonia High school. It was the first win of the season for the locals who had previously lost a two-point, overtime deoinion to the Brooklyn Y Varsity, of Waterbury. The locals held a 33-32 od?e af- ter.a nip-and-tuck fli'st half. In the third quarter Carl Boettprer and Bobby Jones bejjan hititrisyfrom all angles and with some" iin'te assistance from Don Sutor' aiyl Jack Quint, besran pulling:-away.-They increased their margin in the fourth period' and won going away. Boettgrer was high scorer for the night with 18 points. Jones scored 13, Sutor 12 and Quint and Sonny Gniozdowski eight each. Manairer Milt Weissman announced today that Thursday's fame with the Watertown Innes Oilers has been canceled. The next game for the Highlanders will be Fr.iday evening at the YMCA against the Ansonia Nor*uoods. The score: Highlanders Quint If Jones rf Swirski •-: Boettcger c '.. Gniazdovi 'ki Ig * Madden Ig 0 Sutor rg Armanitis Totals . f P 0 F 1 13 1 7 0 18 h o 0 0 2 12 1 '.. 33 5 73 Ansonia rg . Mascola rg .- Kntzman Ig . Ga'Jinelli Ig- . Comcowich c Oeinski rf .. Novak If . .., f P 0 10 0 6 2 12 0 2 7 15 0 6 \ 5 Barons Hold 7-Point Lead In Western Division Of A. H. L New York, Nov. 22—The Cleveland Barons, undefeated in their last 10 games with eight victories and two ties, increased their lead to iseven points over St. Louis in the Western Division of the American Hockey League last week, The Flyers held a safe margin of five points over third place Indianapolis, which led- Pittsburgh by a single marker. Cincinnati was six points behind the .Hornets. The Eastern Division remained a tight affair with Providence holding a one point edge over New Haven and Buffalo, tied for second. Springfield was art other three points in back with Hershey five points after the Indians. Les Douglas, Cleveland veteran, had a ten point week on six goal,'' and four assists to run his total points to 32, and held a clear cul advantage of six points over run, ner up Johnny Chad of Prbvi dence. Harvey Fraser, also of the; Redi- was next with 25, points while his teammate, Jack McGill and Ab DeMarco of Buffalo each ftad 24. to round out the top five Douglas also held the goal scpr- in glead wit N h 11, with McGill showing- the way in as.ti.sts, having- 19 Joe Lepine of Cincinnati : and hi.= \ teamn'/atc; Charlie Gannon were'" the league "bad men" with Lepine havincr 68 minutes, live more than Gagnon. •Ho okie Koaltender, Gil Mayer, of Pittsburgh became the leading netminder with an average of 2.6f made up of 45 iroals allowed in 17 games. Connie Dion of Buffalo had his second shutout and tied Terry Sawchuk of Indianapolis for the lead. Totals 23 10 56 Scare at half time—Highlanders 3, Ansonia 32. Referee—Kruse. HONEY-BEES LIGHTWEIGHTS St. Louia—Honey-bees weigrh about 5,000 to a pound. The average individual weight of a honey-bee averages less than one three-hundredths of an "ounce. SO. MAIN ST. bowed in tnree and one-half years ago., flash bulbs popping, movie cameras crowded table. Even a raging blizzard and a .11,000,000 stockholder damage suit filled to stop Veeck from putting on a big show to announce Ihe sale of the Indians. The stage setting for Veeck's announcement was Municipal SUi'.i- um, known in Cleveland as "The House That Veeck Filled." Veeck, without a tie as usiw.l, (qld newsmen he had sold the Indians to a seven-man syndicate for $2,200,000. Bill and his associates bought the club in June of 194£ for .$1,500,000. So they stand to clear about $700,000 on the deal. The-head man in the new syndicate is ,,an l insurance executive named Ellis Ryan, a newcomer l.o baseball. His associates Include another insurance executive, a bunk- ei, an industrialist, a sports equipment dealer, an attorney and a sports promoter. The 45-year-old Ryan announced that he has signed Hank Greenberg., to a three-year contract as general manager. The former De- roit Tiger home run king had benn a vice-president during the Veeck regime, arid had tried to buy the club himself. Greenberg Is expected to take over active operation of the team which means supervision of trades and .the handling of player personnel. Ryan indicated that Hernlcl ''Muddy" Ruel, >a coach undo- Veeck anr" former manager of the St. tbuls Browns, will take over Jreenberg's work as head of the Jlevejand farm system. Th,e new Cleveland president toH newsmen that there will be vevy lttje r -other re-shuffling on the 21ev,«}an<l club. Manager Lou Boudreau, .who still has a year to run hlsVcontract, will fie retained. Scribes To Elect New Officers Today 'Members of the Connecticut Sports Writers Alliance will be guests" of '.he Winchester Repeating Arms Co.,; at a luncheon today at the plant. ' .-; '-j-f ' . - FollpwirigVthe luncheon, members vill r ?Bomp(3j?& for the Winchester Trophy ; in 'the fifth- annual rifle match. .The match was won the past .wo years,,b|> Fred Post, of Middletown. ..' '__„.'.,.. The Scribes and their guests, in- ilud^ng coaches and athletic directory M Connecticut's colleges, ?res. Harold A. Swaffield of the Connecticut Interscholaatic Confer- snde an&Miss 'Uackie" Meircer., Miss Vmerica, will meet for lunch in the Winchester' Clubhouse at 12:45 /clock. Ih'addition to the rifle match, in<j an- exhibition by Capt. Jack La<Jjr, s ' nationally known small bore 3ho£ter, the writers will hold a business" meeting in which they will ilect officers for the 1949-50 year. Brad Quackenbush Named Eli Gaptaih New Haven, Nov. 22—Yale football lettermen yesterday elected a successor to Captain Levi Jackson The New Eli leadnr f? 'Brndfn"f' Hilla Quackenbush, a 20-year-old junior f^>m Aurora, 111. Quackenbush payed end - with the Eli defensive platoon the greater part of the season, biit also saw some defensive service. In 1048 he likewise played as fe. regular nnd. However, »« a freshman he was a fullback .'" ' He was graduated in 1945 from Wcr.t Aurora High school where •he was named as an all-state halfback and captained the team In his senior year. While ' in High school he was president; of tjie student council, .1 member of the National Honor Society and received the American Legion Award. ' At Yale he la a majci in industrial administration and has received honor marks. " He becomes Yale's 73rd gridiron captain. 10 Teams Have Completed Regular Season Schedules New York, Nov. 22— (UP)—Only 17 tea:ms are left in the ranks of collegiate football's unbeaten and untied. Not even the Cleveland Browns or the Philadelphia Eagles 3ould hurt 10 of those unbeatens. Those 10 have quit for the season, although some may lose their perfect records in bowl games. Only four of the 17 are so-called big leaguers, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Army and California. The Golden Bears of California have finished their second straight per- tect season in regular competition. They lost to Norhwestern in the Hose Bowl game last New Year's day, and they run up agninst Ohio State in the same Rose Bowl next January 2. v The other big boys, Notre Dame, Army and Oklahoma, run into tra- ditlonal opponents Saturday. Notra Dame plays Southern California, Army faces Navy and Oklahoma meets the Oklahoma Aggies. The unbeatens are favored in those Efnmes, but anything can happen in traditional battles. Leading Scorer College of Pacific leads the un- beatens in scoring, averaging almost 57 p'oihts a game. Little St. Vincent of Latrobe, Pa., is the undisputed defensive leader among the perfect-record teams. St. Vincent wound up its nine-game season allowing only one touchdown. What's more, it blocked the extra point. The unbeatens who have andorl their regular season are California, Emory and Henry of Virginia; Wayne, Nebraska, Teachers: %t. Vincent; Lewis College of Illinois, Banover of Indiana, St. Axnbrose ot Iowa, Trinity of Connecticut, Hilla- clale of Michigan and Ball State of Indiana. . . . Notre Daine and College of Pa- cllic still have two games on tisoir schedules. The unbeatens who wind up business this week are Wofford of South Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon College of Education, Army and Gannon of Pennsylvania. Ansonia Youth Dies Of Grid Injuries • * (By ITnlted Press) A 20-year-old Ansonia youth lied yesterday aa a result of in- iui'ies received in a benefit football contest to raise funds for leukemia victims. Joseph Culmo was playing guard with the Ansonia :rid'ies when t'hty opposed the 3outhington Gemis in Southington. He was injured early In the ganve, but did not appear seriously hurt. Tulmo collapsed on the way. home indi died after a four hour oper- vtion at New Haven bofT'ital. r>cc- toctf said he had a blood clot on the 1 "braJn. As. v a result of the game, more eO .was collected to aid , leukemia victims. E. Butkus'Johnson City Eleven Wins Conference Title Johmson City, N, Y., High school, coached iby Eddie Butkus, a Nau- ffatuck native won its 18th straight game last week, defeating. North High, 19-7. The squad clijiohed tht 1949 Southern Tier Conference championship with the win, Butkus learned his football under the late Peter J. Foley a Naugatuck High.,3chopi and was ar. All-State baekfield choice as well as All-Valley pick during his junior and senior.years at the Garnet and Gray. Eddie ^then entered Cheshire Academy for one season, and enrolled at Syracuse where he was a brilliant performer for the Orange fresh and van?ity teams. Butkus has been coaching sports at Johnson City for 12 seasons and many of his griddere have gone on to fame at leading Eastern unlversi- itles and colleges It is expected that Eddie will be on hand Thankseriving Day for the annual Ansonia-Naugatuck Classic which will be played at Field, Ansonia, at 2 o'clock. 5:30— WATR NAUGATUCK NHW8 WTIC-rJust Plain Bill VWCO— Capt. 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