Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on November 29, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, November 29, 1949
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PAGE. »—XAUGATPCK NKW8 (CONN.), TUESDAY, NOV. 29, 1949 Naugatuck High School Cagers To Play 20 Games This Season Four Newcomers Added To Slate; Three Dropped • The Naug'atuck High school basketball team will play 20 games "this season, it was announced today by Raymond K. Foley, Prin- <!ipal and Director of Athletics. The schedule includes games with four newcomers, Junior Republic, Hartford Public, Rogers Hi£h, of Newport, R. I., and' Danbury, plus home and home series with Hill- bouse and Wilbur Cross highs of Hew Haven. Absent from the schedule this yetb\_are Seymour, Oliver Wolcott Prep and Fairfield Prep. Mr. Foley said that 17 of the 20 games are with Class "A" schools. All 17 -will couat towards qualification for the large school class State tournament next March. Last year six of the 17 games played •were with schools in lower classification than the so-called "A" *ch,ools. The Trinity, Jr. Republic and Alumni games are not included in th« Class "A" ratings. The team will play 11 games at home, Ihree in the YMCA and 'eight at the Waterbury Armory, The season opens Saturday eve- 'nlng when the Greyhounds play ho»t to Trinity Boys Club, of New Haven, for the past several years the first opponent on the schedule. Saturday, Dec. 10, the squad is host to Junior Republic, also at the YMCA. . After the two warm- ups, the team swings into action against it» big school opponents starting- with Wilby, Dec. 17, The complete schedule appears in "Garnet Glimpses," appearing elsewhere in today's edition of the NEWS. Brady Fights Davis Tonight At Hartford Iftartford, Nov. 29 — Ruben Davis and Denis Pat Brady tangle in - "~ J ^~ " - ' the Audi- { Cleveland Increases Unbeaten Streak In A.H.L To 12 Games New York, Nov. 29—The Cleveland Barons increased their unbeaten streak to 12 games, 10 victories anid two ties, and maintained their seven point margin at the top of the Western Division of the American Hockey League. St, Louis was the runner-up, and the Flyers held a three point edge over third place Pittsburgh, which won three and tied one during the week to pass Indianapolis. Indianapolis trailed Pittsburgh by three.»points. In the East, Providence .held a close one point lead over Buffalo and New Haven, tied for second Springfield was fourth and Hershey fifth. Les Douglas of Cleveland increased his point lead to seven, having a total of 371 on 15 goals and 22 assists. The runners-up were a pair of Providence veterans, Johnny Chad and Harvey Fraser, who had identical records of 14 goals, '6 assists for 30 points in 21 games. Three players were tied for fourth place, each with 27 points. They were Roy Kelly of Cleveland, Paul Gladu of St. Louis, and Kelvin Burnett of Springfield, the only '•ookie to break the monopoly of the veterans. Douglas and Kelly were tied in goals with 15, while Douglas had the assist lead all to himself, having 22. Joe Lepine had 76 minutes 'n penalties. Rbogie Gil Mayer of Pittsburgh, continued to sparkle in the Hornet nets as he led the goal- 'endens with an average of 2.52 on 53 goals allowed in 21 uamse Connie Dion of Buffalo and Terry Sawchuk of Indianapolis led in shutouts with two each. Harvey Fraser scored his oecond three goal "hat trick" of the sea- BRONX'BUTCHER BOY' - - By Man Mover Upturn tonight with twin purposs fve other --_ champ Buddy or Dave Shade, who meet _. Fall River. ^Th e winner of tonight's bout has •"Ten jp-ropMsed a shot at the win- >r of that one in a matter of two •weeks. Either way the Fall River dual goe»,the local winner"wlll be aappy. For if Hayes win, it gives the Hartford victor a shot, at a tttle-holdcr. jVnd if Shade triumps, either Brady or Davis would get a chance for revenge. For Shade beat .both of 'them earlier this year. Having staged half his flghts fcere, and many more in other parts of the state, Brndy g-oes af- if °^ ' «er had scored a triple in eonsecu- Hvc games, and this tied the mark of Lou Trudel, former Cle-eland star now retired. Highlanders To Play At Y Friday Night The Naugatuck Highlanders will nlay here Friday night, it was announced today by Manager Milton Weissman. He said that the YMCA floor has been rented local nng fans with ments are expected to be a crod-pleasing style of fighting tomorrow. v . by AMY B/T ARGENT/ME Beer, /// New York. Nov. 29—(UP)—The inbeaten Army football team has won the Lambert trophy, nyrnbolic -it eastern gridiron supremacy. This is the fifth time in six years '..he Cadets have won the honor. Chicago — The Illinois Boxing Commission has ruled that ]0- lunce gloves must be worn for the '0-round. no-decision bout between Joe Louis and Pat Valentino. They meet December 7th at Chicago. Valentino's handlers wanted 14- nunce gloves, but the commission nverruled that, also a request to ••ompromise on 12-ouncc gloves. Cincinnati—The Cincinnati Reds lave released pitcher Ken Burkhart to Syracuse and outfielder =5111 Van Pleuit to Tulsa. That trir ; j s f hc Cincinnati roster to the 40- olaycr limit and makes room for f .wo draft choices, catcher Everett Tohnson and pitcher Rudy Minarcin. *• West Hartford — Connecticut's hard-luck amateur golfer, Julius Boros. hopes for a change of fortune after announcing that he-'3 turning pro. The 29-year-old Rockledge Country Club star plans to make his professional debut in May. Boros has been on the brink of winning several national titles. Hia closest miss wan the 1948 North and South Open which he lost on the 71st hole. New York—The New York Ran- g'ers have recaJled winger Nick Micoski from their New Haven farm club. At the same time, the Rangers send down the injured Ring Juckes, also a winger, to New Haven. > '»', HAMPDIN BREWING CO >—-' WHUMANSETT • MASS. FAMOUS IN NEW ENGLAND FOR 8O YEARS! St. Louis—The St. Louis 3omb- °rs have traded forward Mike To- iorovich to the Tri-City Black- hawks for forward Mac Ott'en. Both teams are in the National Basketball association. Todorovich ! s a former Wyoming ntar, while Otten played college ball at Bowling Green of Ohio. Baltimore—Pres. Walter Drisk'11' of the All-America Conferlnce Baltimore Colts admits his team is oroke. Driskill bitterly blamed the poor financial position of the Co'.ts on rival owner George Marshall of the Washington Redskins. Dris-. kill charged that Marshall kept the l->ro leagues from making peace. Cleveland—Mgr. Lou Boudreau of the Cleveland Indians received a vote of confidence today from ne-.v owner Ellis Ryan and Gen. Mgr. Hank Grcenberg. After a conference, Boudreau' said he will manage the Indians next year and i.-x- pects to play either short or third base. 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 The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 187 Church Si. Ehone 5236 Defending Champion Bob Black of Rhode .Islan'd State retained his crown yesterday, defeating a field of 132 top runners in the national collegiate cross-country championships. Team honors went to Michigan State. •iiiiii|iiiiiiiiiir imiiiiiiiii iiiiniiiiiniii»ii|iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniMiiiJr . PLASTIC TOILET SEATS Lifetime Guarantee Assorted Colors $5.95 WEISS 3EN PRAKKLIN STORE fllORCIl ST. NAtTGAITICH Hartford—Trinity's 1950 footh-11 team will bo captained by n 200- pound center who is a rarity in these days of the two-platoon system. Leading the Hilltoppers will be Lt-mbert Oberg of Hartford, Trinity's durable center who plays on both offense and defense. Obevg, who in a 00-mlnute man when the Occasion demands, made this year's United Press . All-New England team. New Britain—George Dunn of Hnrtford earned ,a decision lust' night over Paujie . -Jackson of Heading, Pa. Referee Nate Mann gave Dunn 21 points 'and. Jackson,18 in the. eight-round bout. ••-'-'•• New Haven—Tiger Ted Lowry of New Haven was outpointed last night by Irish Dan Mitchell of Detroit. There were no knockdowns, but Mitchell displayed more boxjng skill and did a lot of damage with nis blistering right hand. He won jeven out of 10 rounds. Record Deer Kill Made In Vermont (Montpclier, Vt.), Tiov. 29 (UP) —The Statn Fish and Game Department says a new record kill •vcs made during the 10-day buck dffei- hunting season in Vermont. The total kill reported to date %096 com.uc.rod to the previous 1 rec-- >rd of 5,635 in 1947. The sco.Ton ended Friday. Grammar School Basketball Season Opens Tomorrow 24 Candidates Report For First Practice Of Garnet Tank Team Twenty-four candidates turned out for the first practice of the Naugatuck High School sw.'mming team at the YMCA pool last evening. The locals will have five regulars back from last year's squad in Keri Smith, backstroke and freestyle; Captain John Brady, freestyle; Don Fowler, breaststroke; Kevin Nixon, diver;; and Jack Quirke, breaststroke and freestyle. Others who were with the team last season are Ed White, Larry Pearl and Henry McCarthy. The 24 candidates who showed up at the first practice are: Seniors, Ed White, Jack O'Brien, John Brady, Don Fowler, Robert Englestad, and Henry McCarthy; Juniors, Jack Quirk, Allan Johnson, Ken Smith, Andy Davidson, Ert Buckley, Bob Swanson, John Tedesco, Alan Gabrielson, and Kevin Nixon; Sophomores, Larry Pearl, James Upright, and George Leopard; and Freshmen, Bruce Steele, Sam Brady, Barry Robinson, Dick Foulkrod, Ben Edwards, and James Miller. All in all there are six seniors, nine juniors, three sophomores, and six freshmen. Coach Alex "Gimbo" Sullivan is glad to see so many freshmen trying out for the team. Coach Sullivan has requested that all candidates do at least one-quarter of a mile swimming and one- quarter of a mile kicking every day. The team has a 12-meet schedule prepared this year. The schedule is listed in Garnet Glimpses, appearing elsewhere in today's issue of the News. T. Western Accepts Sun Bowl Bid 131 Paso, Tex., Nov. 29—(UP)— Texas Western has accepted a bid *o play Georgetown University of Washington, D. C., in the Sun Bowl January 2 at .El Paso, Texas; Texas Western okayed an invitation after an earlier one was turned down by Texas Tech, the Border Conference champion. , LARGER FLYING BIRD The Trumpeter Swan, which weighs about 35 pounds, is the largest flying bird. LINCOLN STORE SAFEST PLACE TO BUY YOUR HEW 1950 MODEL TELEVISION WATERBURY'S LARGEST DEALERS CHOOSE FROM THESE FINE SETS • ADMIRAL • PHILCO • CAPEHART • RQA VICTOR • EMERSON • STROMBERG• GENERAL ELECTRIC - S£?£!oNF • MOTOROLA I ZEm^S BEST SERVICE — EASIEST TERMS Lincoln t 1 ) Jfore WEST MAIM ST. Chemical Adds Game To Lead In Dusty Bowling League Naugatuck Chemical added another came to Its lead in the Amor- 'can Division of the Dusty Bowling League this week, by taking threi' Kames from Megin's, while second iJjree.U. E. Rubber was losing r. 3e to Synthetic. Freddie Gallucci rolled a lfV7 single and AI 'Pistarelli a 362 .•••<> t to pace the Chemical sqund to an easy victory. Chemical rolled games of- ; 595, 582 and r,16 for a new ro-- ord total for the season if \V.,?, Main's was paced by A] Alicinne with games of 117, 111 and 125 for a 353 total. iSynthetic took the first game from Robber in a close one and then dropped the next two. Capt Ralph Pronovost with 350 and Howie Hogan with 346 were the (Jig guns in the Synthetic attack while Capt. Dom Pape with a 140 Same and Stan'Bottorf with a 353 total paced Rubber. A low scoring match between Bristol Co. and Risdon Mfg. 'rt- aulted in a. clean sweep by the Bristol keglers, led by Ed Mot-tenser, with games of 103, 127 and V. JO Risdon was unable to get started ana their high man was Pop Jnhn- son with a 317 total ' Eastern Malleable Iron Co bounced back into the win column uy taking all three games from the napless Post Office combm-i- Uon, which was bowling v/ith fo-jr men. Frank Wilkas of E.M.I, rolled 521 and Gene Strieski 318. MacDon- •ud hit 304- to be the only man ir 30oY P ° St ° mCe lineU1> t0 S ° ° VO! ' The standings: „: .." W L Pet. ~Jiemical 25 5 833 Rubber 21 D .700 " r 'f t0 ' 18 12 .COO k-M.I 17 13 .507 -Megin's 13 17 ., 33 , _Flifdon n 19 3ii7 tiynthetic 10 20 M3 Pcet Office 5 25 J.G7 MOSTLY WATER The part of a hen's egg which ia sdiblc is 76 per cent water. 'Queen of Queens' Supt. Of Schools Releases 10-Week Schedule ' The Grammar School Basketball Deague will get under way tomorrow afternoon on the Naugatuck High school gymnasium court, it was announced today by the office of Superintendent of Schools Harold E. Chittenden. The first of the three-game program is scheduled for 3:45 o'clock, sharp. Six teams are entered in the league again this year. They are: St. Francis', defending champions; St. Hedwig's, the borough's other parochial school; and Salem. Hop Brook, Prospect street and Central avenue from the public school ranks. The opening day's program will show Salem vs. Hop Brook in the curtain raiser. St. Francis' will open the defense of its title against St. Hedwig's in the second game and Prospect street meets Central avenue in the finale. Due to the limited space in the =rym, only pupils in grades seven and eight are allowed to attend, unless accompanied by pareivts. Price of admission is 15 cents. All spectators and players attending are requested to use the second floor door to the building. The remainder of the schedule is as follows: Wed., Dec. 7 St. Francis vs. Prospect St. Hop Brook vs. St. Hedwig's. Central Ave. vs. Salem. Wed., Dec. 14 St. Hedwig's vs. Salem. 9 Central Ave. vs. St. Francis. Hop Brook vs. Prospect St. Wed., Dec. 21 Central Ave. vs. St. Hedwig's. Salem vs. Prospect St. Hop Brook vs. St. Francis'. ''Wednesday., Jan. 4 Hop Brook vs. Central Ave. St. Hedwig's vs. Prospect St. St. Francis vs. Salem. SECOND BOUND Wednesday, Jan. 11 St. Francis vs. Central Ave Salem vs. St. Hedwig's Prospect St. vs. Hop Brook. Wed., Jan. 18 St. Hedwig's vs. St. Francis Central Ave. vs. Prospect St Hop Brook vs. Salem. ' ! Wed., Jan. 25 Prospect St. vs. St. Hedwig's. Salem vs. St. Francies'. Central Aye, vs. Hop Brook Wed., Feb. 1 St. Hedwig's vs. Hop Brook Prospect St. vs. St.. Francis' Salem vs. Central Ave. Wednesday, February 8 Prospect,St. vs Salem. St. Francis' vs Hop Brook St Hedwig's vs Central Avenue. Wednesday, February 15 Playoff—First round winner vs second round winner. CONTINUANCE Granted a continuance to Dec. 13 when he was arraigned this morning: in Wnlei'hui-y city court on a charge of indecent exposure was Charles Wosoka 30, ot 8 Cotton Hollow. Wasoka was arrested yes- ! lord ay by Detective Lieut. Joseph R. McCarthy, after complalnl.x hud been received from two women on Prospect street, Waterbury. STAY IN EUROPE A Democratic congressman says the United States will never get out of Europe. Abraham A. Ribi- coff of Hartford believes this country will either lead Europe into communism or in the opposite direction to a free society. The congressman has recently returned from a trip to Europe. ie HAVER Mark STEVENS _ OH, YOU BEAUTIFUL I DOLL • TKHNICOLOK • -2nd HIT• 'ARCTIC FURY* •I M CUtUMv. MKUI (^•i ME«T FBI t «AT I • ON SUM IN MBSON • t-IIC ACTS VODVU-I • Scm»- ^K fommf ALCAZAR NOW I'I.AYIN<; Audrey Ixmg — Warren l>mi«Itui "POST OFFICE INVESTIGATOR" and Martha Viokers — John B«al "ALIMONY" PENNY BINGO SATURDAY NITE at Everybody's Hall (formerly DAV) Se CHTJRCH ST. FREE ADMISSION Free Games 4 I,ucky Seats Win 4 Lamp Prize*) PLAY STARTS AT 7:30 P. St Little League Meeting Thursday The regular monthly meeting of tne board of directors'of the Peter X Foley Little League will be hold Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the Knights of Columbus rooms Neary building, it was announced today by Albert H. Benz, secretary. All members are requested to attend. CONFERENCE A well-child conference will be held at the Naugatuck Red Cross chapter house on Church street tomorrow afternoon from 2:30 to 3-30 o'clock, with Dr. David Bluestone in charge. Mothers are invited to attend with their infants or preschool children. TEL. 404 TODAY, WED. and THUKS. "LUXURY LINER" In Technicolor with George jjrent fane Powell Lauritz Melchior also "Smart Women" with Brian Ahernc Constance Bennett CITY BAKERY MAPLE ST. TEL. 367* Open Daily 8:30 A, M. to 6 P. M. Wedding Cakes Delivered Cheese Cakes Swiss Pastry Birthday Cakes TED'S AUTO BODY WORKS 57 HOTCHKISS ST. 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Watorbury Phone 4-0219 SHOT FOR DEER Watervillc, Me—The Ne-.v Enir- li'-'d hunting rccldent death toll rose to 26 Oils morning when William Steevs died at a hospital. The Waterville man—mistaken lor a deer—was shot In the back Thursday while hunting- at Unity. NEW YORK FIRST Los Angeles is second only to Mew York'in garment manufacturing. A SUPER QUEEN, Bobbie Collette, 17, of Dinua, Calif., wears her crown after winning title of "Queen oj Queens" in a contest held at Fresno. The high school student won over a field of 53 valley queens and will reign at the Raisin Bo%vl football game at Fresno. (International) ill GROCER'S BILL ZIGGYELHANiRfMPET HARVEY STONE 1 NEW 1949 PHILCO REFRIGERATOR 7 Cu. Ft. — *5 Year Warranty $20 Down ... $2 Weekly «3 NO. MAKV ST. UNION CITY . Phone 6491 1C CHURCH ST. TEL. 4690 Open Friday Till 8 P. M. It is estimated that, of our company's $15,000,000 annual payroll in Naugatuck, $4,000,000 goes to local merchants for FOOD alone. United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant Naugatuck, Conn. A Scene in the Manger One of the striking .sketches from ? Stwit oj tke • It's an 18-chapter Christmas feature, authentically telling- in strip form the most beautiful story ever told. Starting Monday, Dec. 5 in Naugatuck News

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