Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 1, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 1, 1949
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PAGE 6—NACGATTJCK NEWS (CON*.). THITRSDAY, 1>EC. 1, 1MB Chemical Whips Iron, 44-38 In Industrial League Opener US Robber Routs Naugatuck Glass Squad, 45-23 • Naugatuck Chemical, defending Industrial Basketball League champion, opened its 1949-50 season with, •» convincing 44-38 victory over Eastern Malleable Iron last night on th~e YitCA court. In the .second game of the evening, U. S. Rubber had an easy time romping over Nangatuck Glass. 45-23. Chemical opened fast against the Ironmen, "•whe> > had only one reserve, racing to a 14-1 lead at the . e»d of the first quarter. Lem Creddo and Phil Norton paced the Chemist* in that period, scoring fire and four point? respectively. ..,,Twb minutes of the second quarter tad gone by before Iron was flna]Iy able to score a basket. The Bridge streeters then caught fire *HS ouUcored Chemical'* second learn. 7-4, leaving the court at the Satf -oh the short end of an 18-8 <****- . . . . r The third period saw the teams limy 'even for the first few minutes, but near the end of the period, i Chemical began pulling away and Increased its lead to 34-23 as the final canto got ander way. . The winners had a 15-point, 4227 lead at the two minute automat. Ic time, but were held to one basket in the final seconds while EMI was pouring 11 points through the hoop. Don Hopkins led the losers' attack in the dying seconds, scoring eight points as he and his mates pulled to within six points at the *n4. . . Creddo and Norton were the big guns for the winners, scoring 11 and 10 points, respectively. Charlie Flnke was high scorer for the night, dumping in 13 of Iron's points. Hopkins chipped in with 11. Bobber Wins Rubber Company's rangy team had an easy time against the Glass Co. midgets and Coach Tom Dillon used his reserves freely in an efort to keep the score down. Big Harry Cho.'ey. six foot five inch center, Jack Furin and Wojack enabled the winners to control the backboards, which made the big difference. . Glass played Rubber even in the first quarter and led until the final seconds when Rubber edged ahead, 11-8. The Kedsmen opened up in the •econd period and at intermission ••fere on top, 26-12. In the third quarter. Glees was outscorcd 10-9. The last period saw Rubber run wild. Glass was unable to score until the final 30 seconds of the game. when Gabriel popped in a shot from underneath. . Jack Ftuin paced the winners with 18 points. Wally Yackowakl bad 10. For Glass, Charlie Mascolo etlgett ahead. Lawrence paced the winners with 13 points. Lou Farrar and .Fredsall each had fiva for Troop 3. . The scores: Chemical Mayo, If Magone b f p ,113 2..0 4 3 11 Creddo, rf 4 Mambririo o Norton, c 5 Neprash o 0 0 Blanchard, Ig o 2 2 Churchill 4 o 8 0 0 0 10 McDermott, rg 3 o 6 Tola — o Totals 19 E. M. I. b Hopkins, If 5 Rawlinson, rf 2 Finke, c 5 Loman, Ig o Chonko, rg j Triangles 'loaded" For Tomorrows Tilt With Highlanders The Torrlnffton Triangles wUl be riding the crest of a tour-game winning streak when they invad the Naujjatuck YMCA to take 01 the Highlanders tomorrow evening The New City powerhouse their fourth straight game las night, defeating a classy Millerton N. T,. combine, at Millerton. The Triangles also announce, the addition of Lefty Cantador to their roster. Cantadore Is on of the better basketball an,d base ball players in the upper end of th valley and should bolster the vis itors' attack Immensely. Combine OLD'ANDTHTNEW - By Fog Murray with big Sam Ponzl, Ada Krulick 6 44 and other members of the Triangle squad, they will provide a comblna Wojack Totals f P 1 11 2 6 3 13 \ 3 124 14 10 38 Score at half time: 188, Chemical. Referee: Weaving. had *c?tn had flvt. »nd his brother, Bill, The preliminary game, between Boy Scout Troopa 7 and 3, went to Troop 7. 18-15. The first half was a «low affair, ending with the score 2-all. Both teams began hitting in the j it. ------- ° r~J*"t, \-**a\.um ""™ « V ' n "•«•••«««•*• '» ««« ceconas when Troop 7 Rubber b f p Furtado, If 2 0 Reed Edmonds Fruin, -rf 000 0 0 9 0 18 Hurley : o 0 0 Chofey, c 3 Massa A. Yackowski, Ig 0 6 000 . - .000 W. Yackowski 5 o 10 McCann 000 Wojack, rg 2 1 5 Goncalves i o 2 Blanchard Q 0 0 Totals 22 1 45 Glass b f B. Mascolo, If 2 1 Kuczynski, rf j. o Perock Aeriola, c Oil C. Mascolo, Ig 3 Gabriel ''. j Pitino, rg 2 Rykowski '.'.' o 0 2 1 7 0 2 0 4 0 0 Totals 3 23 Score at half time: Rubber, 25-12. Referee: Weaving. Ciarlo Retains Welterweight Crown Waterbury. Doc. 1—(UP)—Tommy Ciarlo of Waterbury still has the Connecticut welterweight title, but Juat by tho akin of his teeth. Tho former tllleholdcr, Vli; Curdell of Wilson, last night came storming after tho crown which uncd to be his, and ho nearly won It back. Referee Eddie Moore of Bridgeport called the 12-round bout' "Bob Bi.nnotte'fj Outsole Cutlors tion which will be tough to beat. Manager Milt Weissman said to day that the Highlanders will be out to crack the Triangles string The locals played host to the An sonia Norwoods last week, who were undefeated and had a three game winning streak, and sen them home with their first defeat. Vin and Joe Healy will be with the locals again, as will Hank Swir ski, Sonny Gnaizdowski, Bobby Jones, Jack Quint, Carl Boettger and possibly Ansonia's Vinnie Drake and Naugatuck's Red Ryan. The preliminary game at 7:30 o'clock will show the CVO Alumn vs. the Bukes. Packers Increase Rubber Co. Lead Kas Marclszonek rolled a sparkling 369 set to win Individual high three for the week in the U, S. Rubber Co. Men's Inlerdepartment Bowling League. Mareiszonek and Chuck Johnson who had a 352 set proved the difference to give Waterproof Packing a 2-1 win over the Boot Room and increase their lead to two games. Caplaln Charlie Anglolillo hit a 141 score In the second game to give the Hooters their only victory. Ang-iolilio had a 366 total to lead the losers. A two-way tie exists for second place as Joe Kloc's Syle Gait'-irs 'Jronpod two games io Earl Hankey's Tennis Mill-Mold. Gene Glad- cling and Tanny Stabley, with 357 arid 330 respectively, set the pace is the Molders won the first, nnd third game. Kloc rolled a 133 string to give the Gaiters a four- rolnt, 52S-521, win In the second game. Frank Caulflcld won high Individual single by hitting a 160 scors. but his Mechanlcul Crow cculi win one srnme from Bill Woods' Tennis Makers. Joe Pjrolr- rt had a 368 «et to keep thn Wood.vmen in a tie for the second spot. a draw, awarding each boxer 87 points. * The decision was unpopular among many of the nearly 1,700 paying customers. Cardell, who hud round., staged dropped deeper into tho collar-by cropping wo games to Dick Keller's Waterproof Mlllmcn. Ray Carnor- oli, with a 129 single and a 330 lor three games, was high man for the Millers, and Charlie Dllercnzlo such a gallant homestretch drive ' roiled a 335 to lead tho Cutter*. YOU READ IT IN THE NEWS - - - Now Here's The Book. HOW TO PLAY WILLIAM E. McKENNEY - •-•- *!*fnerfcb'$ Card Authority * for NEA Service Available At NEWS Office 10 THE C COPY V OF VALE ONLY FOUR-TIME AlL-AMEfclCW (1991/92,93/9*), yALE'S CAPTAIN AND END,WHO IS CHOSEN ON ttoer AUrTiME ALL-AMERICAN TEAMS. HINKEV WAS CALLED '' (OFCOUESE,ME WON MIS FAME IN THE DAYS 6E- ON HIS FOES 35-Yo LINE AND SHOOKOFF Ted Lindsay Setting Scoring Pace In Nat. Hockey League (By United Press) The front-running Detroit Red Wings boast three of the first five scorers in the National Hockey The vetoran Ted Lindsay Icada with 27 points, according to Na- -ional League figures released yes- ;erday, Sid Abel has 22 points, while ordie Howe is fifth with 19 points. Doug Bentley of Chicago is tied with Abel at 22 points. Maurice Richard of Montreal has scored 15 j;oals, tops in the circuit, and has ivo assists for 20 points. Bill Durnam of Montreal loads the goalies with an average of 1.03 goals per game. Durnan and Turk Brudn. each have scored three shutouts. us Mortson of Toronto Is the "bad boy" of the league having spent 34 minutes In the penalty box. Groza, Mikan Top Scorers In National Basketball Assn. Nnw York, Nov. 30— (U P)- Former Kentucky All - America Alex Qroza dominates the National Baa- tetball Association scoring race the vay he dooa tho hack-boards on thn ourt. Latest league figures show that 1C Indianapolis star has scored 55 points in 15 names for an nver- ge of 23.7. Toworlnjt George Mian of Minneapolis hua scored 312 olnts, but he has a better aver- ge. Mlkan hns played in 12 games, hrco less than Groza, and hus ixv- ragcd 26 points jior gumc. Joe Fulks'of Philadelphia is third ftth 2'I8 points. )alton Guards Upset Sam's Service, 2-1, In Independent League Tho Dalt.on CuartlH upHet Sam'H Horvl<:o, 2-1, In TntUipcndont Bowl- In),- r,oii(;ue mulchcH Tuemluy ovo- nlnit nt Pn.iho'K Allny.i. Tho wln- nor.H took tlir- flrHt tfumo, dropped U:r H(u:f)nd arifl cmno hack to win thi'. third from tho uucond plncc Icam. Johnny Gas per and C. T'uoe wcro hl^h mrn for tho wlnncra. Garjpcr hncl JOC, 112 and 127 for a 3-H total and Pncu hnd 113, lOfl nnd 10!5 for 327. B!>o Painter, of Snm'H, won both hli;h single nnd high three with fil.rlnirn of 101, 130 and 118 for n 349 total. . Co. F., National Guard, nwnnl I thrpi- (tiimcH from (hi; hnploan Cof- I foit.Shnp, im Cluu-lln VercoHkl turned i In a M4 Hln/, r lo and 330 sot. Vor- co.fkl rolled an 83 (,'amc and then onmo hack with the- m, rinlnhlnK up with 103, Johnny MacDonald wan hlf;n man for the IOHOTH. The final match of l.ho nvcnlnjf, bctwaan Mazolka's and tho NCWH, will h« rolled off thl« weekend. P-A Club Defeats Ifeug. Fuel, 2-1, In Commercial Bowling The Polish-American Club won two; games from Naugatuck Fuel in Commercial Bowling League matches bowled this week at 'Pasho's Church street alleys. The winners copped the first two games easily, before dropping the third by eight pins. E. Dugals and J. Warren were high men for the P-A Club. M. Moraskl and C. Sargcant topped Fuel. Bill's Diner won two out*ot t .7. ee from the A & P, as Jacewlcz anc Kosloskl set the pace. J. McGuire and 'j. Sousii set the pace for the losers. ; Bethany Store turned in games of 528. 533 lind 584, a 1617 total, to blank Jepson'.s, 3-0. H. Simpsoti hat a 3'IO total land J. Hawkins, J3r., a 341 total. For the losers, Bob Jep son had 348, Bill Jepson 316 and Pop Jcpsori, 305. In the fljAal match, the Valley Grillo won I'jhrcc from Bill's 6ll by furfult, I , St. Francis Wins Grammar er Routs St. Hedwig's 51-17; Central, Hop Brook Win St. Francis' School's defending Grammar School Basketball League cham.pions got off to a flying star In defense of their crown yester day, routing St. Hedwi^s, 51-17 as the 1949-50 season got unjer way. In the other two games played, Central routed 57-30, and Hop "Bsook Prospect trouncei! Salem, 34-15. Twelve men broke Into the St Francis' lineup. Center Roy Stir, son, right forwad Jimmy Best and Forward Roger Quint paced the winners with 16. 12 and 11 points respeclJvely. The Saints ran up a 30-9 halftime ad.van 1 Union City cousins lage on their and won ns they pleased. Sobier<ski was the big gun for the losers, scoring 10 points. Kackowskl ta lied five. Frank Montoni poured 28 points through the hoops tojalmos match Prospect's total, as Central won easily, 57-30. Jim Hutt added 12 and Daly 10 for the winners wh led at halftime, 31-15. VanDitto dumped in eight baskets and four foul tries for 20 points for Pros peel. j In the final game of the after noon, Hop Brook built up a 17-S margin at halftime and then doubled the edge in] the secont half over Salem tp win easily Tarror scored 16 and Sunbury 12 points to pace the >vlnners. McCann had six, Olson five and Terra four points for Salem. iMKKTINt; The PntqrjJ, Poloy UU.Io Ltetfilo board of directors will hold Its regular monthly mooting this evening at. 8 o'clock In the K. of C. r(>oms All members are urgod to atteiid. ... •• Rui'e Blooming Bamboo j I Soma opccies of bamboo blcujuiom >nly about every 32 years. No Bow Needled! Leon Hart Named lineman Of Year Now York, Nov. 80— (,U P)-.Tho i;!ant co-captain of Notre Damn, ond I^oon Hart, has hocn named United PrndH lineman of the ynnr. Hart received 194 votes In a United Press poll of 284 football announcers and wrltr.r.M throughout Iho country. Minnesota ta-;klc Leo Nomclllnl ran a. dliilant uenohd wllh 2^ votoH. Another Gopher, center Clayton Tunncmakor, finished third with J!) votCH. The 20C-poiind Hart In rated by many as one of the greatest ends over to play collocate football. He plays both offenite and duf ui>»e. Lost. Saturday, Notre Damo Coach Frank Leahy proved Hart's veraallllty by Shifting him to fullback. L,con picked up 13 yards In four plays. Fires Over OOipttrccnt of ull forest flros aro atttrted by careleasncsa. Graham Top Passer In All-America Pro Football Conference (By United Trend) Final, All-America Confernncc figures show why the Cleveian Browns finished on top during th tegular season, It was the passing combination of quarterback Otto Graham ai.d end Mac; Spccdle. Graham set a league record of 241 yards gainer per game. Automatic Otto also finished first with 161 pass compte- 116ns and 2,785 yards ga'mid through the air. Speedie caught 62 pauses good for 1.028 yards. End Al Boala of San Franilsi-.;> lid tho conference In scoring- with 12 touchdown pauses n .nd one cun torsion for 73 points. Another J9er, Joe Perry, was second In sconn* with (58 points, Perry also led in running. ( Ftanklc Albnrt, also of Sun Francisco, threw tho moul touchdown passes, 27 of them, and had tho highest punting average The 49'ers led in six. of he elpht team departments. San Francis.:;) was first In total offense, total defense, yards gained rushing, lotal points, touchdowns and ex'.rn points, New York booted snvon field goals, high in thai deportment, and Cleveland covered the most ground by passing. Halfback Stove Van Bui-nan leads Iho National Ixsngue In rushing. J-atent league figures show that Iho Philadelphia nco picked up W yardn againsl, Pittsburgh on Bun- ci'iy to replace Tony Caimdoo of Greon Bay, Van Huron has galnc.1 1)1)7 yarda with two games loft lo play. Onadeo has gained DOS. r fh«. uaguo record Is 1,008 yards get by Van Huron in 1947. Gone RoborlM of the Now York 'Jiantu louuw in scoring with 1C2 points. Roberts, with 17 tounh- uowmi, has two game gamon It. ,rtak Van Buren'a record of Itt, YMCA Tankers Open Season Tomorrow Th« NuuKnliick YMCA swimming urn opons UH soaaon ii|;nln.Ht. tho Bridgeport Y tankers, tomorrow rvunlni? tit 8 o'clock in tho BrldK«- )ort Y pool. Tho team will loavo "rom Iho local Y at 0:30 o'clock. Conch Alex Sullivan reports that he: squad will meet the Torrlng- on Y swlmmot-3 in a practice moot Monday evening at tho local pool, Friday. Dec. 9, tho team will bq iont to the Now Haven Y swlm- ra horo. *NY ANIMAL would probably lay lown and die at the i«lght of thi« )enutoou« huntr«gs. making B bow ind arrowi unnecessary. She Ii Sharon Saunders, who waa chosen Queen of the Sullivan pounty, New fork, hunt season bjr the retort souncil'i J udaem. I /fii«{onan >'<-w A Kecandltloned Moton roiin & MnitcuiiY llndffot Plan Avallahtft Tho NAUGATTIOK JTUEL 00 OKAJLKB ? B2S) Oeo. Wig^'.ngworth & Son, Inc. I-LITMKINO, IIKAT1NG and AIU CONTHTIONINO MAPLE I9THJEKT- 24 Hour Oil Burner Servloo TlCL. KB9 HEY KIDS! SEALTES^T Ice Cream Eating Contest ! At The Salem Playhouse SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DEC. 3, 1940 Free Ice Cream to every boy or girl who attends. Pick up entry blanks at yoilr neighborhood fteal- tost Dealer. On The (Screen GEORGE MURPHY and RIOARDO MONTALBON "BORDER INCIDENT" Also Gene Autry in "Loaded Pistols" Kazamaier Walks Off With Individual Ivy League Honors New York, Nov. 30—(UP > -Princeton's sophomore star Dick Kazamaier has walked off wilii individual Ivy League honors this sooson. Official figures show that tnc 18-year-old halfback led in passing and running. Kazmaler completed 51 out of 94 papsos for 773 yards and rushed for 382 yards, a total of 1,155. i Lynn Dorset of the Cornell Ivy League champs, was j second with 799 yards, and Johnnjy Clayton of Dartmouth was third! with 745. In tourth place was Pennsylvania University's Frank ^agnell. Fifth was Bill Roberts of Darrmouih. Roberts was the top ground painer with Jeff Flc schmann of Cornell and George Bella of Prince, ton unnerups, Floisthmann and Bella tied for total rK ints with. 10 apiece. Charles Roche of harvard was the top kicker, aver iging 38.7 a punt. Tony Misho of Columbia was second with a 38-yard average. Dick Brown of Datmouth i*as third. Torn Rowe of Dartmouth was the top pass receiver in he league with 478 yards and five toui\i- ctowns. Sella was secc nd with 3S3 yards and also five touchdowns. It is estimated! there 1 arc still at least 2,000 covered bridges in the U. S. Indians Blank Red Sox In KC Bowling The Indians won three games from the Red Sox in Knights of Columbus Mixed Bowling League matches last night at th eR & M Rllcys. J. Lawlor paced the winners, turning in a hit'h single of 112 and a high three of 315. L. Russo was the losers' best. The other match saw the White Sox upset the Yankees. 3-0. Frank Wylong paced the winners, with strings of 116, 104 and 111. a 331 ttoal. W. Evans had a 317 total. For the losers, C. Staskiewicz turned in a 131 single and 323 total. Terryville Keglers Here Sunday The Terryvllle Knights of Columbus bowling team will invade thu borough for a match with the Waugatuck K. of C. bowlers, nl 2 o clock al Pasho's Alleys, Churrh street, according to team captain Aldo Pistarelli. Refreshments will be served in the K. of C. rooms, N«ary building, following th-J natch. UICK#% *&. DON'T MISS SEEING US IN . "TOY SHOP June HAVER Mark STEVENS UTIFUL TECHNICOLOR •2nd BIX. 'ARCTIC FURY* MCHMMMv. 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Title pi) on* GROCER'S BILL. It is estimated that, of our company's $15,000,000 annual payroll in Naugatuck, $4,000,000 goes to local merchants for POOD alone. United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant Naugatuck, Conn.

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