Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 28, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Monday, November 28, 1949
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PAGE Ir— NAPGATTJCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, NOV. 28, '940 Sports Dept. Wins Weekly News Collegiate Grid Poll Advertising Dept. Finishes Year In Runner-Up Spot The Sports Department finished i the last week of the News colle- • glate grid poll with a rush, naming 21 v. nners in 25 games, to clinch first place by a comfortable six- game margin. Second, pjace went to Advertising, followed ten games back by Composing Room. Editorial was another three games back i while th« Circulation Department | •was in its customary position, 12 more behind Editorial. • Sports waa stumped on the Aub- nrn-Clemson 20-20 ti.e, LSU's 21- O/npset of favored Tulane, Texas Christian's 21-13 triumph overDoak Walker and SMU, and South Carolina's 27-20 upset of Wake Forest. Second place in the final week of- the poll was taken by Editorial, Which was right on 20 games. In addition to missing -the Tulane-LSU. tie South Carolina - Wake Forest and Clemson-Auburn games, Editorial was wrong on Arkansas'rout of Tulsa and Kansas' victory over Arizona. Composing Room had 19 winners, it« mo»t noUcablemiss being South- era -Cat" over Notre Dame. The Irjsh won. 32-0. Advertising had 18 winners for the week, •while last place~Clrculatlon had but 16. Atty. Henry Marlor, one of the NEWS' guest experts, was right on 1ft'games during the past weekend. He finished the year with a lesser percentage than only Sports and Advertising. Tom Dillon, the U. S. Rubber Company's ace publicity man finished the year -with a percentage .003 higher than the Editorial Dept., good for fifth place among the seven experts. Dillon had one consolation in the last week. He picked Kentucky's i 21-4> victory over Miami on the nose. Composing' arid Atty. Marlor had North Carolina's 14-7 win over Virginia on the nose. The final standings arc as follows: i W. Sports 179 Advertising* 173 Composing : 163 Editorial 161 Circulation 149 Dalton Guards Play In Preliminary To Coppers' Tilt Fri. The "Dalton Guards" of Nangn- luck's National Guard Co, F, will open their 1049-50 basketball season Friday night, when they oppose the Brooklyn T Varsity in the preliminary to the Waterbury Coppers game at the Waterbury Armory. Flayers who will see action with the locals are: Bill Hutt, Bob Mariano, Jack Curtin, Ed Furtado, Pancho Gonscalves, Bill Coffee. Al Maarch and a host of others. The Guards were runnersup in the National Guard League last year. Friday's game is slated for 7:13 o'clock. LITTLE 'BIG' MAN • By Alan Mover MELCH/OPPE B/G f t./TTLE IS BS/HG TOUT£-C> FOR A TOP R0t.£ /// Pro Grid Standings NATIONAL 1EAOTJE Tenlerdar's ReHoltR L.OS Angeles Rnm.9 42. N. Y. Bulldogs -V. Y. Giants 23. Washington 7. PMlndelnMa 34. PiltsburRh 17. Chfcaso Cards 41, Green Bay 111. THK STANDING Eastern BiTisIon On. L T PoL PL's. Pts. 1 0 .000 323 12S 0 .100 2S1 w 9 V.Y. Giants . B 4 Pittsburgh ... r, 4 Washington . . S K N.Y. BuildoKS 1 S .sr,6 176 U-l 1 .333 211 2Sr, 1 .111 126 S13 Westcrn Division W On. L. T Pet. Pts. 3'ts. Lns Aneeles. 742 .S7H 2St) . . Ohlc. Be.nrs. 730 .700 2BO ITfi Onto. Cards.. S 4 1 sni 30S '•? Detroit 2 S Orecn Bay. . . 2 8 0 .200 1SS 22r, 0 .200 107 27S 61 67 77 79 91 Pet. .746 .721 .679 .671 .621 Marlor 156 64 .709 Dillon 94 46 .671 Gas By-Products Dallas—Some of the valuable byproducts produced in manufacturing gas are coke, coal, tar ammonia, sulphur, naphthalene and carbon black. Xext Sunday's Schedule Chicago Cardin' * ai Los Angel e; rsreen Bay K: Washington. N>tv York BulldoRs at Detroit. Philadelphia at Neiv York Giants. PittsburKh at Chicago Bears. AI/L- AMERICA CONrEBENCE Testirtlnj-'s Buffalo 3S JBaltimorn 14. San Francisco 3. r >. N. V. Yankees 14. THT: STAJTDIXG W L T Pet. Pis. Pf'-j. S. Francisco f* 3 X.Y. Yankees 8 4 Buffalo 5 5 Chir. Hornets 4 S T,. 4ns. Dons. 4 S Baltimore ... 1 11 '.083 339 ' 416 196 23fl 173 2«3 172 2r>6 2"r> Next Snnrtny's Tlrsf Jlnnml I'luyoffs N«ir Yr>-k r-t p^ n Francisco. Buffalo at Cleveland. I'M TELLIN' YOU YA GOTTA SEE . . MICKEY, MINNIE, PINOCCHIO, DUMBO PLUTO and ME! Choice Seats Now TOY SHOP" DEC. 1 thru 1Q Nltely at 8 Mats. 2:SO Dec. 3, 4, 10 Tickets available—Men. ihru Thur •-iZ, $2.75, 93.30 Sat. mats., Sun. eve. $2.75, 33.70 Frl., Sat. eves.. Sun. mat. $3.GO All seats 2-eserved For Your Convenience OUR TYDOL GASOLINE STATION On Church Street Is NOW OPEN From 7 A. M. to 10:30 P. M. Monday Through Saturday and from 8 A. M. to 1 P. M. on Sunday Ford for '50 50 Ways ,Finer A1 Used Cars Many Bargains Tbe Nangatuck Fuel Co. JT Church St Phone 5236 F/filAL'S — MAP 329 FOR TflE WHOLE M'aryland Accepts Bid To'Gator Bowl .Tnnksnnvilln. Fla., Nov. 28—(UP) —The Univprsity of Mavlan^ VI-IK airepted a bid to play in the 'Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla.. Jan. 2. Chairman J. Harrington Darby nt the bowl selection committee SP.VS Maryland's opponent will be named soon. Maryland has won seven and lost one this season, and has one more rencounter with the formidable Miami tf-am 'eft on its schocl'i 1 ^. The Terrapins have downed Virginia Tech, Georgetown, North Carolina State, South Carolina, George Washington, Boston Uni- \ersity and West Virginia to shuic> the Southern Conference championship with North Carolina. r-i""),. o-'v lo«= has been to Michigan State, 14-7. mis is the second bit! Marvland has accepted to play in Jacksonville's bowl game. The Terrapin? came to Jacksonville on Jan. 1. 1948, and fought Georgia to a 20-20 deadlock. Possible opponents for Marylan:! mentioned so far include Tulane, .'ennessee and Villanova,;although Tcnessee has said it doesn't want to play in a post-season ganrs. BIGGEST SPANISH CITY Barcelona is Spain's largest city, with a population of more than 1,500,000 persons. Biggins' Condition Reported Serious Deputy State Athletic Comsr. Poter E. Hi;jgins, who collapsed Saturday evening- while driving his automobile in Torrington, is re- oorted still in serious condition .at Hungerford hospital, Torrington, today. Hlg-gins was the Democratic can- •lidate for congressman from the 5th district in 1944, being, defeated by Atty. Joseph Talbot, of Nauga- •uck. He has boen active in CIO union affairs in the Naugatuck valley. Highlanders Bow To Seymour, 38-29 The Naugatuck Highlanders, weakened by the absence of inont nf its key players, lost to the S«y- mour Top Hatters. 38-29, in the preliminary to the Watorbury Coppers, New York Rens game last nipht at the Waterbury Armory. The Rens won, 5T-51. Mgr. Milt Weissman announced today that he is making efforts to secure the YMCA court for Friday evening to present another topflight semi-pro game, featuring the Highlanders and another of the state's top semi-pro clubs. One Of Three For Stephenson Army Fullback Gil Stephenson, who accounted for three Cadet touchdowns, fjoes over I he S o:j| for his first ut the I'hilude.'phla municipal btadium. Cut not before he hud bern dropped by a Navy tackier 'low- ever, it was too late—the first score was In and Army triumphed 38-0. (Internationa! Soundphoto) Rosters Of Dusty Basketball League Entries Announced U. S. Rubber Company Employes Activity Schedule Released The schedule of activities for em- ployes of the U. S. Rubber Co. during the coming week are as follows: Monday, Nov. 28 1 to S n. m.—Girl'si Interdepart- ment Bowling- League, Pasho's AI- 'eys, Naugatuck. i! p. m.—Men's Interdepartment Bndmin'ton League, Naugatu'ik YMCA. 6 p. m.—Men's Varsity Bowling Team vs Bronson Mfg. Co., National Division, NYIC League, Naugatuck YMCA Alleys. 6 p. m.—Men's Interdepartmer.t Basketball League, High School. Tuesday, Nov. 29 1 to 5 p. m.—Girls' Intel-department Bowling League. Pasho's Alleys, Naugatuck. 7 p. m.—Men's Interdepartmer.t Bowling League, Pasho's Alley.3, Naugatuck. Wednesday. Nov. 30 5 p. m.—Men's Office Bowling League, Pasho's Alleys, Naugatuck. 5 p. m.—Men's Interdepartment Badminton League, Naugatuck YMCA. 7 p. m.—Men's Varsity Basketball Team vs. Naugatuck Glass, Naugatuck YMCA, NIC League. Thursday, Dec. 1 5 p. m.—Men's Office Bowling League, Pasho's -Alleys, Naugatuck. 5. p. m.—Men's Interdepartrnent Badminton League, Naugatuck YMCA. 7 p. m.—Girls' Varsity Bowling Team vs. Princeton, IRA League, Waterbury, Sena's Alleys. Friday, Dec. 3 ,5:15. p. m.—U. S. Girls' Club Rowling League, Pasho's Alleys, Naugatuck. 9 p. m.—Men's Varsity Bowlin,; Team vs. W. J. Megin's, American Division, NYIC League, Pasho's Alley's, Naugatuck. Hunting Season Takes Toll Of Nearly 300 Hunters Thus Far ' (By United Press) Every yoar, American outdoor sportsmen take up their gun^ and rifles at the opening of the hunting s?ason and tramp into the woods and swamp?. Some of them don't come back. This year with the hunting season -not yet half over, nearly 300 hunters have died from various causes, from heart failure, due to overexertion to .being mistaken by cither hunters for an animal. So fat, 181 persons have been killed 'by gunshot wounds. Some accidentally killed themselves like the young man in Washington who tried to hit a porcupine with the butt end of his rifle only 'to have it go off while the barrel was pointed at him. Others wore killed toy fellow hunters who mistook them' for game, like tho hunter in California who «'as mistaken for a rabbit and a man in Nevada who was mistaken for a mountain Hon. Sixty-eight huntsmen died be cause overexertion in the woods brought on 'heart attacks. Then there' were 49 others who died of what are listed as mis- cejSarieoiis causes, like the man rrtkn Utah- who sliced himself while skinning a ilcor, and bled to death 'beside the animal's car- ca£s: • And; aiitfther hunter in Utah .-who tried to save his dog from drowning while it was retrieving a pheasant he shot. He waded out into a pond and drowned—the dog got to - shore .safely. Safety experts a.gree th-it nearly all tlhe victims could he if proper precautions had taken, In Washington state, game officials* have begun an intensive study of hunting deaths in an effort to learn how to stop them. As o'ne official said "JSvery decrie; the annual deaths. .but none, docs anything about it." Teams Set For Opening Night Wednesday At Y Rosters of three teams entered in the Naugatuck TMCA Industrial Basketball League were announced today by Fritz Klambt, Y physical director. Naugatuck Chemical, the defending- champions, will have Larry Magone, Serge Nepraah, Bob Mc- Dcrmott, Larry Biambrino, Ken Churchill, Phil Norton, Fred Mayo, I-em Greddo, Bernle Digris, Tom Newby, Doc Blanchard and Gene. Tata. Risdon Mfg. Co., last year's run- ricrs-up, will have Joe Brody, Em'l Jurewicz, Ed Oessleck, Bii) Sweeney, Don Dibble, J>ib Leary. Vito Shilinekas, Austin Melbourne, James Egan, Fred Gould, Howard Hoppe, Ed Larson, George Litke. Francis Patt and Gone Fratesl. U. S. Rubber lists Jack Fruin, Ed Furtado, Al Yackowski, Wally Yackowski, Charlie Wojack, Dave Rogers, John Squlllace, George Coffey, Bill Hurley, George McCann, Fred Loman, Neil O'Donovan, Bill Reed, Bill Rozycki, O«ne Massa, Ronny Blanchard, Tony Qoncalves, Stanley Misewski and Tom Edmonds. A few more names may be added to each roster before the deadline, Wednesday. The first games will be played Wednesday night. Chemical meets Eastern Malleable Iron at 8, with U. S. Rubber taking on Naugatuck Glass at 9. Risdon has a bye. At 7:15 o'clock, a preliminary game will be played between tfoy Scout Troops 3 and 7. Tight Races Feature Rubber Co. Girls' Bowling Leagues Results and standings in the U. S. Rubber Co. Girls' Interdepart; tnent Bowling Leagues are as follows: Monday Division Keds 2, Tigers 1; Gems 2, Cagers 1; Wildcats 2, Cutups 1; Style Gaiters 3, Bluchers 0; Streamers 2, Hopefuls 1. High Individual single, Janet 3chleh, 14C; high individual three, Rose Brenia, 443; team high single, Style Gaiter, 329; team /high three, Style Gaiter, 1514. . Tuesday Division Charmers 2, Invaders 1; High Steppers 2, Chargers 1; Smoothies 3; Butterflies 0; Cubs 3, Racers 0. Individual high single, Ann Yva- sauskas, 126; individual high three, A.nn Yvasauskas, 335;! team hi£h alngde, Boot Toppers, 510; team high three, Boot Toppers, 1466. STANDINGS Monday Division 'Jems 25 Style Gaiters 23 Streamers ;.. 18 Keds ;.... ."17 Wildcats ...,16 Cutups 14 Cagers 14 31uchcrs 12 Tigers 7 Hopefuls 6 Boot Toppers 24 Tuesday Division Smoothies 24 Cubs 24 Invaders 19 Chargers 18 High Spots 15 High Steppers 14 Fireflies 13 Pow Wows 11 Charmers n Racers 7 5 7 12 . 13 14 16 16 18 20 27 6 .833 .766 .600 .566 .533 .466 .466 .400 .259 .181 .800 6 G 11 12 15 16 17 16 19 23 .800 .800 .633 .600 .500 .486 .433 .407 .306 .233 Y. M. C. A. Basketball Highland Jn. Zemiyewski, If Murphy, rf Dinneny, c Pettit, Ig Mcnahan, rg .. Totals ................... 7 Dangerous 5 b Thurston, rg ...... 1 been J Tuohy, Ig ............... " 0 K1 °c. c ........... '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 0 Christie, rf ................ 2 Marinello, If . . , i • 0 14 BICYCLE COUNT . There are about 13,000,000 bicycles in the U. S. Army's Frank Fischl Off On 25-Yard Run I 01 * 15 ................... "B Referee: Packer. i s Unknowns Sunbury, If ... a Waite, rf '.'.'.'.'.'.'. 8 Zcmick, c 5 Gesseck, Ig \ ' 5 Packer, rg 4 f p 8 24 2 18 2 12 0 10 1 9 Tota!s .................. 301373 Dukes Haasenf eldt, rg ............ Q Q 0 Gibobns, Ig .............. j ^ g Mormile, c . ...... '.'"•'•• n „ H l30n ' rf ............ '-'-''.'.'I 0 2 Hennessey, If ............. j 0 2 Totals Score at half time: knowns. Heferee: Cary. 46-4 Un- w« u«» Fit Ron Too Bit IMBIMBO'S Ticm All M Bnlon gfc, rhrhh,m r , , light halfback, Frank Fischl takes a quick , / in K mid starts in * :J5-yard riin Such 'one ^ were frequent In the Army-Wavy grid classic, with ,-.3 Cadets taking the same by " 38-0 lore. Peter Paul, Inc. NAUOATUOK, CONN. Manufacturers of Nation's Largest Selling COCONUT CANDY BARS ROCKETING TO FAME - - By Aton Mov«r MAURICE "rue ROCKET" O/= MONTREAL OVER 20O-SOAL //V &OALS Diltritultrf l r Kiaf FrKura FOR scofieo S&A6O/V AT UConns Greer Heads New England Coaches <By' United Press) New England has readier itself for the collegiate basketball season with a two-day meeting of coaches and officials. In Sunday meetings, each group elected officers and :;tudled rule changes for the inR season. The Coaches' Ass6ciation elected Hugh Gruer of the University of Connecticut as president; Fred tl- lis of Tufts as vice-president, and John Dunn of Springfield as secretary-treasurer. The hoop officials named Si'lnev MacKay of Norwood, R. I., as president, Chris Tarro of Springfield, Vt., vice-president, and Dick Roberts of Framingham, Mass., as secretary-treasurer. Oswald Tower, official basketball rules interpreter for New Kn£- land, explained the new rules to a combined meeting of the tv.-o groups. 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