TAOK 4—WAUGATCCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30, 1MO Chemical, Rubber Favored In Dusty Loop Openers Tonight Boy And Girl Scouts Invited To Attend The curtain goes up on the gntuck YMCA Industrial Council Basketball Lea|tu« tonight, with three games on tap, the first uf which geU under way at 7: IB o'clock. At that time. Boy Scout Troops No. 3 and No. 7 will collide as part of a Scout Night feature. All Roy and Girl Scouts and Cubs and Brownies who show up at the Y In uniform will be admitted free. Door prizes will be awarded to some lucky boy and girl, donated by the M. Freed man Co. hnd "Worth's of Waterbury. A cookl*: both will be operated by the Girl Scouts adjacent to the gymnasium floor. The flmt league game -A' 1 .:; start At 8 o'clock, showing Eastern Malleable Iron vs. Naugatuck Chemical, the defending champs. Chpm- (cal U a strong favorite to conic out on top. The second game of tho evening, slated for 9 o'clock, will chow U. S. Rubber vs. Naugatuck Glass, with Rubber favored to win. Risdon Mfg Co hog a bye , The first ball -will be thrown up t>y J. Rudolph Anderson, superintendent of public •welfare, In a brief pre-game ceremony. Fritz Klambt, Y physical director, today announced the rosters of the final two league entries EMI and Glut. Members of the EMI team are Charlie Plnke, Ray Loman, Frank Wojtcrak, John Chonko, Avery Rowllron, Don Hopkins, Bill Dougherty, Henry Swiderskl and John Coeho. Listed on the Glass roster ire: Paul Ariola. Joe D itlno, Anthony Caseins. ' Mike Gabriel, CharJUe Mascola, Bill Mascola, Andy Perock, John Kuczynski and Stanley Rykowski. Mill-Mold Downs Area Crew, 53-30 Blif Harry Choffey scored el(?h'. field goals and three foul shots for a 19 point total to lead Clarence Fortin's Tennis Mill-Mold to a 53, 30 victory over Gene Massa's Area Crew in~a U. S. Rubber Co. Inter- department Basketball League gixmr Inftt night The outcome of the game was never in doubt at the Moldcr* jumped into a 2O-7 lead in the first period. Bin Hurley and Frank Furs with 10 points each also featured 'or the Fortinmen. Al YacoWbkl •cored 14 point* to lead the Aron- men. The Sponge-Office game postponed. Area Crew Heed, If Yacowski, rf Joe Sumnut John Summa, c . McCann. Ig ATnBim TU Tooley Kurtz 0 was 13 Tennis Mill-Mold Furs, If 3 Boblnski, rf 1 Loman 3 Fortin '.'. 2 Choffey. c 8 Hurley. Ig 4 Rozyskl, rg 1 24 4 0 0 0 3 30 J 2 6 4 19 10 2 53 ORDER NOW If You Want a MUSICAL INSTRUMENT for CHRISTMAS Everything Prom a Piccolo to a Sousaphone 7EMBRUSKI M«»lc Hhop NORTH MAtJN ST. TEL SMT Open Thura. Mid Fil. Till 9 LEWIS CARROLL Tk* D*M» oa MM •«••» CBNTKB MWABB TO* OOBNX* . IT»BET« . BMI* Ckro«« TrlH WlBdow talk A rr»»« Tlooi taMurt tot K»* TBlBPHOHg M»« PLASTIC TOILET SEATS Lifetime Guarantee Amortotf Color* •6.9S WEISS ,. BEH FRANKLIIT STORK ST. NAW3ATITCR NEW 181B PHILCO REFRIGERATOR 7 Cu. Ft, •10 Down 199.50 — 8 Year W 'arrant; tt Weekly Goodyear Trails Rubber By One Game In Dusty Pin League Mike Krnnesky of BronHon's came through with a 133 garrm lo Upset the U. S. Rubber Co. in llie ilncil game of their Naugatuck In duBtrlal Council Bowling I^eaguo •match last night. The Keds captured the first two games, high team Hlnglc and high team throe, but lost one gamo of their lend as Goodyear Glove dn- ieatcd Megln's three straight. I/va Jvosko rolled a 33(5 to feature for the Rubbermen, and Ed Grohmrm aided Kronosky In downing llin tiivorlte.H, in thn final and Important game. Fred Footsch paced the Glowjr- mcn in their clean HWecp over Megln's with n 31-1 total. Tho victories moved the Glovers to within one game of the leaders. Charlie DcMarine was tops for the losurn. Bob Curtis won Individual high three with a 345 set and tied for high single with a 133 game as Lewis Engineering defeated Kor- matic, 3-0, to move into third place. Joe Chabot was high man for the losers who dropped to fifth plate. Those in and outers, Rladon Mf^;. Co., were in again and won three games from Pai-Hons an Rogi>r Greenwood set the pace with a 337 set. Tony Calabrcsc rolled a 312 stt for Parsons. Standing U. S. Rubber .... 25 Goodyear Glove .. 24 Lewis Eng 19 Riedon Mfg 19 Formatic 16 W. J. Megln 11 Bronsoen's 11 Parson's 8 8 9 14 15 17 22 22 25 .757 .727 .57"i .5-15 .481 .333 .333 .2-12 COACH OF THE YEAR - - By Alan Mover or rne CVACH/tfO JOBS //V HIS P/RST AS r#£. BOSS OF ty Kiag Ftituin vt PEFEATG AT rfj£ StAfilPS OF r/t£ COMM& ROSS AMP Bob Markovie Member Of Marianapolis Prep School Starting Five I3f)lihy Mnrkrn'ic, of Nau^'i-tuck, Mtnr (if liiHt son-Kon'H Htatc champion Snored Hiiarl. 1-llffh Hchonl ha.skct- Ij.'ill tciim, Is n mombiT of t hn vnr- i ;ity f|uln!ot at. MarlanniKilLs Proii, ThompHon, Conn., it. was announced today by the Rev. John C. Polrnus- Icns. Thn KnlRhls will flnlil a powerful, potential hli;h .scorln),' outfll. which includes Ray Cordon, of "roKby n» Markovle'H running mate nl forward; Gene Fuhlnschl, of Tor- rlni;ton, nt center; and Charlc.-i Dyer, of Townsnml Hi|.;h, TownK- cnd, Ma.s.s.; and Paul "Whllcy" Frnucnhofcr, of Toi-rlnpton at guards. Ttie team is coached by Jim Hanrahan, of \Vater'bury, who IH KtarUnj.; hlti MiK'ond year. The Hquad opened lt.« 24-Knmc Hlate latil nl^ht, plnylnj,' LaSalle | Academy, at Providence. The.sched- LarKfoht Timber Stand ' u i e Includca |f«.mcH with Providence Phoenix. Ariz.—The Kaibab Na- College froHh, Ilhode Inland State tional forest in northern Arl/onn, frosh," Conn. U. fro.sh, Cheshire comiprlscs about 750,000 acres and Academy, Holy Croaa fresh and contains thf> Inrffd L Htand of vlr-mnny of the area's leading prep gin timber In the world . tichnnl tcnmH. Benefit For Deceased Gridder Sunday At Nolan Field, Ansonia The Ansonla Independents will meet the Southington Gems in a benefit football (rime, '.Sunday afternoon at 2 -o'clock at Nolan Field, Ansonla. Proceeds of the frame will go to the family of Joseph Culmo, a member of the Indies, who died of injuries sustained in a frame with the Gems three weeks ago. Vin Drake and Alan "Webb will appear with the Indies, as will Hc-mie Dlgrls of Naugatuck. FOR CARE OF DOLLY—Six-year-old Barbara Ravold, a modern young "mother," uses her new "formula" set as she sterilizes dolly'i bottles. The baby-crtre sot, which even Includes a small size diaper disposer. Is tvoicnl of this vonr's realistic Christmas tovfi. SNYDER MEETS MacARTHUR IN TOKYO «J NO. MAIN ST. UNION CITY Phone MM 15 CHURCH ST. TEL. 1600 Open Friday TIM 8 f. M. SPORT SHORTS Tyler, Tex.,. Nov. 30—(U P>— The Fort Lewis Aggies of Durango, Colo., have accepted an Invitation to play Tyler Junior college In the thfrd annual Texas Rose Bowl at Tyler on Dec. 10. The Aggies won eight and lost two this year. Tyler won 10 out of 11. Nnw York—All-America ond Loon Hart of Notni Duinu him boon named winner of the -194ft Helsman- trophy, The trophy Is awarded to the uthloto picked by sports eastern and writers aa the outstanding player of the year. Charlie Justice of North Carolina finished second In the voting. Doak Walker of Southern Methodist was third, Buffalo, N. Y.—Bad weather drove the Buffalo Bills Indoors yesterday an they practiced for tholr playoff game on Sunday with the All America conference champion Browns at Cleveland. The teams played two ties duclng the season, 28-all at Buffalo and 7-ftll at Cleveland. The" Bills might have to play •without fullback Ollle Cline who watt Injured last Sunday against Baltimore. New York — All-America Confer- once Commissioner O. O. Kosalng »ays the Richmond, Va., Rebels of the American L<eague have applied for a franchise. Housing says he wlU ^ubmlt the request, along with Cuddy Not Satisfied With Play Of Friars' Basketball Team With the opening game against Assumption College only a fewdaya away the Providence College Friars basketball team enters Its final week of pre-seaaon practice. Vln Cuddy, of Naugatuck, the now mentor, has been working hlMHquad hard for the past month and while the boyci hivvo shown woll at tlmow the new mentor IH not Hatlufled yet that thn Friars have reached the peak of their game. The bn.Hkctbn.ll squad has boon : cut to 21 men with 12 as the Varsity ffcuud and the other nine forming the Jayvee. Cuddy scrimmaged t.h« P. C. nlnyoi-8 during the flrBt part of the week and will taper off with light drlllH Thursday and Friday In anticipation of Saturday's opener. Most of tho P. C. early cas- uultlflH arc buck In shape again. Bill Hlgglns, who was sidelined with appendicitis a few weeks ago, is back In nchool but It will bo a few weeks before he oven touches a basketball. Ray Garcia who received a neck Injury Id working out every day but he has not engaged in any contact work yet and It will probably be a few weeks more before hfc does. Garcia will not sec action In the opdner. The loss of Garcia Is the one that hurts the Friars. The former Newport star was counted on as a regular starter this season. However, Cuddy feels ihat the hlghscorlng forward several others, when the A-A-C I w111 D « ready in a few weelis. meets In Houston on Dec, 15 and 16. Richmond plays Pateraon on Sunday for the American league title. Xavler University of Cincinnati has agreed to play In the Salad Bowl at Phoenix, Arizona, on Jan 2. Villanova rejected a bid to play in the Press Club Bowl against undefeated College of the Pacific In San Francisco Jan. 2. New Haven — The New Haven Teachers College football team next year win have two captains. Elected as co-captains were Dave Prothoroe of New Haven and Fred Myers of Mllford, Protheroe plays guard and tackle, while Myers waa the state's leading this past season. groundgainor BOB MABKOVIC Dog Show Tomorrow Night At Newtown Newtown, Conn.—A special old timers' elans open to clogs more than six years old will bo one of the features of a match show of the Newtown Kennel Club in Erl- uionil Town rial! Thursday, bejcin- nlnp; at 8 p. m. Doffs which have won honors in the show ring- nu well us novices will be Kennel Club. Hartford—Denis (Pat) Brady of The Bronx outpointed Reuben Davis of Fall River, Mass., last night In a ID-round bout. Brady demonstrated clear-cut superiority, winning six rounds to one for Davis. Throe wore culled oven. In preliminaries, Leon Brown of Hartford was beaten by Charley An- Kclee of Pawtuckct, and Art Suf- folctta of Bridgeport stopped Barney Taylor of Utlca. Tprrington Triangles Booked To Meet Highlanders Friday Manager Mill Wehman announced today that he has booked the Torrlngton Trlanplea to meet tho Naupatuck Highlanders, Friday evening: on the YMOA. The gamn will be proceeded toy a preliminary clash at 7.30 o'clock. The Triangles are a strong semipro comlblne made U,T of former Torringtpn Hig'h school stars. Included in tho lineup will be Sum Ponzi, "Jinx" Oneglla, Rolllc Spino, Adda Krulickl, Med Maroln and many otherr. The Hlg-hlandera will field virtually the same team which upset tho Ansonla Norwoods last weak, with the exception of Bab Marko- vlc who has begun his season with the Marianapolis Prep. The Hea- iey twins, Vln and Joe, will be with tho locals and manager Welsman Is maklnp another effort to secure Vin Drake, Ansonla elfgibla star now at Fordham, for this for the special event, provided they [lilt. Drake was to have appeared arc rcKJKtnrKd by the American last week, but was unable to make The probable startlnpr lineup for the locals would bo The Hcaly'.s at Riiard, Hank Swirskl at center and Sta,n Gnaidowski and Jack TOOTHLESS TI;RTI,KS Turtlc.H .have no teeth, but their have faces. very sharp biting sur- Quint or Bobby Jones at forwards. Probate Notices rilOliATK NOTICK District nl NiuiKiiluek. SM, T'rohulo Cnllrl. Nov. 2!). A.IX. UNO. 15HTATR ()!•- C.Mjritn W. TrnwIirlcUo !ntr. nf NaliKiiltK'k in Hiiltl IllHtrlct. Jtf- CfMINJ'd. Tim AilmlnlHlriilrlx,- luivliiK nxhlbltn-1 hnr lUTimnl with Miiid i-MLdti) tf> LbiM fVnirl foT 1 iilUivvMhi'n, iinil niiutn aiinllf'ii- llr)ll ffir ;lll iil-ili-i- i>r illHt l-lhtttlntl n( Mlilil i-Mlntf, II Is <il!I>|.;it|.;ii Hint ilu- 7ih <1fiy i>r lltTMnliei-. A.D.. lil-ltl. nt 2:15 o'clock in thf- :ilt"i-riiniii. Ht.-iinlnrd tlmo, lit. tin- Prcibiiti) ofllcc In NiiuRn'.uelt, In 1 titifi (he MII me Is. .iHHlKHMil t >r n Ili'MI-lllK »n Illr- llllmvmu'c of itnlil ,!!•- iNiiiii!. ntul ii|)|illr;i1loii anil the Court illr»rtN Hit AilinlnlHlriilrlx In Klv<- nfj- lln' thi.ri«i(, liy iiilliHnliliiB this nrilm' In fjomi. ni.\v-4ii:uiiM- IvivlriK M clrciilutlnn l liiHtr-lct. utiil li.\' li-avltur with, nr lliiii; In I.-HITI-I ailitvi!NHi.il tn i-nuh Mil- pi-i-Hum-i In'iM-i'li-d, In nf PltniiATK NOTKIK l>l«trlct ol NiuiKntuck, HM. Prolate Court. Nov. 211. A.D.. HMD. KMTATI5 OF John Trowbrldice uHa .Tiilin II. TrnwIirlilKO late ol NluiKaturk tn Halrt Dl«trlnt, (InruaHnd. Tho AdinlnlHlratrlx havliiK nxhlhlitul lini- n<;niuint. with Mairl eMlitlo tn IhlH n t ,in'l fur 1 allowanefi, nnd maflo apnllo.\- t Itm (or mi urilor ol dlHtrllinllon nl i-Htate. II IH OltniOllRD that the Vili day (if nBeotnhnr, A.D,. IIHH at nVIfiek In the alt«rnoon, Htandiird Ilinft, at the I'mlmto Olflce in NauKntur.k, ho ami the Hiimn IH. aHHlKnod for a hoarhiK on tho allowance of Halil ac- nount, anil iinnllcntlun . lini) the Court (Ih-oclH tho AiInilnlHtratrlx In nlv« nn- ik:i> thercnl, liy imbllHliliiK tlilM oHcr In Home funVHpaiier hnvliiK a clreulatlnn III ,su,l(l Djolrlct, and by ieavliiK with, bv malllnK In lottorH- adtlroHMiMl ID p of the iiM'RnnH IntorcBted and Whilo the Friars will be favored to take the Assumption team into camp Saturday night. Cuddy Is looking for the boys from Worcos- tcr to extend the Friars. Assumption has an all veteran team returning this year and the men of George Sherry will be looking to score an upset. While Cuddy has not announced a starting line-up for Saturday's contest yet it appears that Walt Lo- boski and Art Weinstock the co- captains of the Friars, will atart at the guard positions. Frank Pelli- grlno, Sam Nlssel, Alex Becker, Jim Schllmm, Tom Bauer, Ray Korbu- aleskl and Tom Orr arc atlll in the running for a starting berth and from t.Ms group Cuddy will select his forward line. The; P. C. Frosh five under the guidance- of Coach Hal Martin will also get their season underway play- Ing host to Newman Prep. Green Bay May Drop Gen. Mgr. Lambeau Green Bay, Wise., Nov. 30 (UP) —Members of tho Green Bay Packer 'board of directors reportedly are pieparin'g to put itihe skic-H under General Manager CUrloy Lambeau. Antl-Larabcau forces are .said to be secretly lining up votes to run Curly out of office when the directors meet tonight. Authoritative sources say the enemies of rjxmbeau will hold a runup meet- Ing- thl« afternoon to irinko sure the-/ have enough ballots to do th job. The drive to fire Lajnbeau has been building up for some time. The :Packers at ono' time were thn scouroige ol the National League. But lost year they finished fourth In the Western Division. This season, tho Packers again wallowed In the second division und the losing record .begun lo take its toll at the box office. CHURCH COUNNCIL A meeting of tho executive committee of the Naugatuck Council of Churches will be held Tuesday evening, Dec. 6 at 8 o'clock In the Sulcm Lutheran church. The Rev. Theodore A, Schradcr. puntor of the Immanuel Lutheran church, president, will conduct the meeting. BLOCK PARTY—Joanne Murphy, age one, plays among her redwood blocks, which arc decorated with large, easily recognizable animals, nursery characters and town and country scenes. Th« block set is one of a great variety ol new and improved toys found on Santa's store counters this Christmas. June HAVER Mark STEVENS OH, YOU BEAUTIFUL DOLL TECHNICOLOR •2nd HIT. 'ARCTIC FURY' £•1 CAMIIf-fv. MIU» • NEXT ITII « (AT I OM IMO* IN MMOW •1C ACTS VOBVIL-t Sen*-'STRANGE BARGAIN' KVUMnKn-COHTMloul UKtWI ALCAZAR NOW PLAYING Vera Kalhton — Jerry Cnlonna "RHYTHM HITS THE ICE" and Rod Cameron — Adrian Booth "BRIMSTONE" PENNY BINGO SATURDAY NITE at Everybody's Hall (formerly DAV) 36 CHURCH 8T. FREE ADMISSION Free Games 4 Lucky Beat* Win 4 Lump 1'rlxen PLAY STARTS AT 7-.30 p. ML llli. Itirl!. II \> lIllVM I r. 'turn In l tin' nl tlil ...................... , DlHlrlci <il NIIIIE.I- without Ihn Prolmlo JDIMrlcl ol Nauiri- l'luri lliln TRY NEWS WANT ADS FOB BEST RESULTS I SUPREME AUICb COMMANDER m Japan, Gen. Douglas MacArthur (right) welcomes Secretary of the .Treasury John W. Snydcr on the latter's arrival at the Hancda Airport, Tokyo, after a fllRht from Alaska. Later, Savder went to Hone Rons, the British Crown Cnlonv. f International) >nl<<r, nil nt. lotiHt i- M;I hi dnv uf luuirlnK and Cull I'l. Altl'Ml. ANN N. fTNnRnitrrj:-. Clerl:. I'llOHATK NOTICIK •nlHlrle't "I NniiKiitiifk, MM. r'rnb.LU' r'nnrt. NIIV, 2V. A.I).. I 11'!!). KKTATIC ClT 1 hiiiircitln \j. fSrillilli hii. ii[ NiniKiiiiirlc In »»!'! Plntrlut. ile- ••l-IIMWl. Thr- AilmlnlKlviitni', Mvlim fxlilhlt<"1 IllH ;tcl'l)llllt With Hlllll KHtlltl- III Ihls Cuiirl lor :illr>wnnri> unil ininlc uli'ilk-n- - 'in urclnv "I illHlrlliiilliin n| nui'1 II IM OlIDKItRD Ihnt Uio (llh r><-iM'mliMr. A, IV. 1IM«. u( SllH iTiiiuiri. Hliuulnrd ll'nn. 'lllli-i; In N;iilKiilnr:k. li> :>nil \\M' sjilm- IH, MMMlt.;ni'il lor :i li'.,'i rlllK 'HI Ml'- llllnwiillrr ul Hillil llc- I'lmiil. ntul ;itnilir;tl.lnn Mini t.hi; Collfl ilift-rtH Ihi- AtlmlnlKl rittfjr 'n i;ive nn- lir-i. lliiM'ciil, liy nubllwhlnif thin or.l>?r In Hotni- n'.wsitiini.r hnvlnir :i i-ircnlnllnn In n;ili1 lilMtflcl. nii'l In- InivliiK with, in- hv tnjilHnK In f<-((rrn nitdn-HMi'd In ivn'lt uf (In- IXTHIIIIX liili-ri'Hli'il anil rcM'ulliiK wllliiiiit lh<- I'nilifiii- liiMlrlrl ol Nmiivi- turk. :) 1'iniy ol thfH (irili'r, iill nt. U-iiflt :: <|:IVM in-lfii-.i Muhj tiny rit hPiirliiK stnil l-i'llil-n In IhlM Colirl. ANN N. ClerK. tuck, a (MiD.v of tlllH nnlo 2 iliiyH bolorn Hold flay of rijiipfn In IhlM Court, AttOHt. ANN N. uNDTCnntr.r.i. C'lnrk. l>lt«»»ATK NOTICM DiHlrlf-t nf NuuKiLtuck. HH. Hourt, Nov. 2». A.D., l»'l». ESTATIO Of William F. rirllflili, late ol NnuKftluck In H4ilcl l>ls(rlcrt. Thn ArtmlnlKlriilnr, ImvInK uxhlhlU"! HIM account with nald (iHtatc 1<J HUH Court lor nllfiwan(!«, and madn ani>lioa- Llnn for tin order of iliHtrllxitlnn of I'Hlatp, It Is OTVDERI3D that the Clli day ol rxtKombor, A.I')., 11)40, at D'cloi'k. In lh« afternoon. Hbindari.1 lime. »t th<> T'rolmto Office In NtiuRn- liick, be and thf HiLinn IH, aHHlKtiod lor a Imnrlnii on tho iillowamio of Hnlil acrounl, and :u)|>lioittion und tho Court dlroctu the Administrator to «lvo no- Itce thorfiof, by publlBhinK this ordor In Homo nowR|>ar>nr havlns " clrculn.llan In nald r>lntrl(!l, arid liv loavInK wltn, or bv maflfllK in. ffltorn a^iIr^HHod to fitch nf Iho iitTMonM Intfl'oHtnd, und r«»fllflinK wltliout tho Prob»tf> DlKlrk't nt NnvKft- tnclt. n cony of lhln order, rill -it Ir-.tpt a days lii'toro rtnlil d.'vy ol ht-'arhiK iinil ri-Uirn lo thin Court. AttOHl. ANN N. UNDKIUItT.T... Clerk. 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