FACE «—JfACGATPCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7, 1949 Drake, Healy Twins To Play Against New Haven Roesslers High-Scoring Visitors Favored Over Highlanders , The Naugatnck Highlanders will field virtually the same team Friday night against the New Haven Roesslers, that last week up-set the Torrington Triangles. Vinnie Drake, Ansonia High great, wiH once again apipear with the locals, as will the Healy twins, Vin and Joe, Sonny Gnaiz- dowaki. Hank Swirski. Bob Jones, Jack Quint and a host of others. Despite the presence of Drake and the Healys, the Highlanders will be underdoes for the third straight week when they take to the YMCA court against the Elm City crew Friday. In the othor two outings, the locals scored upsets and they will be out to continue their role of giant killers. Hofw.evcr, another upset appears doubtful. Tne Roessler quintet is built around the nucleus of the New Haven Boys' Club team, •whose battles with U. S. Rubber quintets a few years ago were top attractions. Members from this team include high scoring forwards Louis "Babe' 1 Savoia and Prank Acquarulo, who were also on state industrial quintets; Frank Piscitelli and player-coach Mario Canelli; Johnny Slab, who has operated in the. Eastern League for the Bristol Tramps for the past five seasons. Others are Mickey Sutnik, another forward who was a top scorer for the boys' club quintet which last year won the Eastern States AA.U title; center Bill Loos, captain of Hillhousc High's 1945-46 New England champions and former outstanding athlete at Conn. U; and Frank Od«U, a six-foot, 200-pound former Cheshire Academy ace. Andy Amandola is currently the top point producer for the Roes- «*rs. The lanky forward is merely continuing last year 1 * performance when he smashed all scoring records at the New Haven Junior college of Commerce. He is alsc a member of a former Hillhoiise •New England champion quintet. The Roesslers are currently leading the New Haven YMCA league, a league which includes Marlins State Industrial cham- Sfons and ths renowned Green*&&. combine, whom the Roes•Jers edged in overtime last week The visitors are sporting- a scorinjr •Mterage of 67 points per game. SMART FURS Make SMABT GIFTS NO. MAIN ST. WATKKBTTRT Cover Girls' Court Squad To Play Here New York Combine To Meet Dusty Loop All-Stars, Jan. 18 The New York Cover Girls' basketball team, recognized world champions, will oppose an all-male team composed of Industrial League All-Stars Wednesday evening, Jan 18, on the YMCA court, it was announced today by Thomas J. Dillon Council President. All profits from the game, which is an Industrial Council sponsored attraction, will be contributed towards the purchase of a television set for the boys' lobby at the Y according to Mr. Dillon. Tickets will go on sale next Monday, Dec. 12. Due to the limited seating capacity at the Y, only about 450 tickets will be on sale and will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. Holders of season tickets to Dusty Basketball League and employes of council member plants will be given preference. NO SHRINKING VIOLET - By Alan Maver MOW IN H/S AT -rtte N.Y.U. VIOLET CASE TEAM S .„»,««,, « >w><<1 COMBINATION ALUMINUM 8TOHM WINDOWS * DOORS NEW ENGLAND SALES CO ALSCO W Bank 8t, Waterbnry Phone 4-8219 Currier Electric Co. Residential — Commercial Industrial WIRING and REPAIRS Weattnghoiue Appliances Tel. Naur. 4164 CHBYSLEB ana PLYMOUTH O. M. C. TRUCKS J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing IN SOOTH MAIN ST. Tnlophon* MM ligan, Booth, Amann To Receive Sports Writers' Keys The Connecticut Sports Writers Alliance yesterday named George Mulligan, of Waterbury; Albie Booth, of New Haven; and Larry Amann, of Hartford, to receive the group's annual Gold Key awards. The awards will be made at a dinner at the Hotel Taft, New Haven, January 30. All thrao men have been prominent in Connecticut sports for more than 20 years. Mulligan began promoting boxing in 1905 and didn't retire until three years ago. 'Booth is probably Yale's top athletic immortal. He gained national acclaim as a football, baseball and basketball player and captained all three sports in his senior year. Amann has compiled a great record as a swimming, track and cross-country coach at Hartford Public High in the past 25 years. Art McGinley, sports editor off the Hartford Times, will be toastmaster at the award dinner. Three Games On Tap Tonight At YMCA Three games are on tap this r.ve- nmg at the Naugatuck YMCA. w hen the second week of EfaniPS in the Naugatuck YMCA .Industrial Council Basketball League are played. The opener is slated for 7:1E o'clock, when the Shamrocks, a girls' team composed of Naugatnok High School girls, takes on the Seymour Top Hatters. The squads have met on several occasions before, and a great rivalry exists. The isecond game, and first league game of the evening, will go on at 8 o'clock, with U. S. Rubber meeting Eastern Malleable Iron. Rubber has one victory to its credit, an easy triumph over Naa- gatuck Glass last week, while the Ironmen have one loss, absorbed at the hands of Naugatuck Chemical. At 9 o'clock, Risdon Mfg. Co., which last year just missed winning the league championship, will lake on Glass. Risdon has a big, rangy squad which should win easily over the Glass Co. Midgets. Chemlcai l o t'.OOO Rubber 1 o 1.000 Risdon o 0 .0' -0 B.M.I 0 0 .000 Class 0 0 Real Truck Bargains 1949 Chevrolet 2 ton 12' Stake Truck. Verjr lov Bftileage—good as new — only $1500.00. 1947 Ford $ ton Pickup — Excellent con ditton—only $750.00. New Ford Bonus t* ;«|. if l mult 1 rucks *from 4700 to 21500 Ibs. gross vehicle weight. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 8t Church Ford Dealer V/MfCE OM .Dillritutti tf Hint FlUitra 5/nA'ciU Jobless Claims Rise During Week To Total 42,153 Recovering the previous week's holiday drop, the number of jobless claimant for unemployment benefits in Connecticut rose to 42,153 during the week ended Dec. 3 from 39,788 for the previous week but was less than the 43.102 for two weeks ago. A year ago_ there were °.7,807 filing unemployment claims. Initial claims rose to 5.586 for the week as compared with 4,898 for the Thanksgiving week and 5,844 two weeks ago. For the corresponding week in 1948 initial claims totaled 4,904. Exhaustions for the week numbered 1,400 bringing the total to 49,500 since January 1. In Bridgeport, which led the State, ihere were 7,950 jobless claimants. Other areas were: New Haven 5,758, Hartford 5.473, Waterbury 3.- J57, New Britain 3,146, Stamford 2,118, New London 1,559. Danbury 1,459, Meriden 1,415,- Middletown I,357, Ansonia 1,272, Bristol 1,225 and Thompsonville 1.080. Under 1,000 were Norwalk 993. Torrington 959, Norwich 862, Danielson 847, Manchester 513 and Willimantic 210. Layoffs were reported in the fol- owing industries: garment 70, bear- ngs 65, candy 60, bathroom fixtures >5 for one week; auto accessories SO, chemicals 50, machinery 45 cast- ngs 45 (week-on, week-off). 'shirts 40, textile 40, watches, 35, f orgings 30, bricks 25, advertising 25, vacuum cleaners 20 and toys 20. Hirings were reported in the fol- owing industries: brass and brass foods 70. paper boxes 70, garment 50 and telephone equipment 50. By Area In the Bridgepoart area, an auto accessories manufacturer laid off 50. A Danbury shirt firm laid off 40 and a machinery firm 20. The Danielson office reported a ayoff of 40 by a textile firm and 15 by a buttons concern. A Hartford machinery plant laid off 25. In the Metriden area, a bathroom 'ixture firm laid off 55 for one week while a drop forging shop laid off 25. A telephone parts company rehired 50. The New Britain office reported that a garment plant laid off 35 and an iron castings shop put 45 on a week-on week-off schedule. In the New Haven area, a brick Charest Sets New Dusty Bowling League High Three Record Walt Charest of Formatic created a new high three record for the season in the Naugatuck Industrial Council Bowling League last nig-ht. 'Charest had a high single game of 151 and added scores of 129 and 139 for a 419 total. Despite tht outstanding bowling of .Charest, Formatic could take but one game from Goodyear Glove. Johnnv Kar- uban and Burt Mahaffey. with sets of 342 and 332, kept the Glovers in the running. The p. S. Rubber Co. team Increased' its lead to two full games by winning,three games from R<s- don. Don Miller featured for the Rubbermen, and Walt Kenney cun- tiibuted a $54 score for Risdon, Charlie De Marine paced Megin's to a 2-1 win over Lewis Enif. and moved the Meginites to a tie for sixth place. Bob Curtis with a 323 set featured for the Engineers Jim Zollo and Ed Mitchell ea :h rolled a 119 string to give Bronson's a 2-1 victory over Parson's. Tony Calabrese was top man for the losers. Goodyear Glove with scores of 5-16 and 1580 won both team prizes. Standing U. S. Rubber 28- Goodyear Glove ... 26 L,ewis Eng 20 Kisdon Mfg 18 Formatic Co 17 Bronson Mfg 13 Megin's 13 Parson's 9 8 10 16 18 19 23 23 27 .777 .722 #35 .5/:0 .472 .361 .361 .250 company laid off 25, a watch firm 35 and a. toy concern 20. Two construction companies laid off a total of 30. In the New London area, a paper box company rehired 70. A garment shop laid off 25. A Norwalk dress firm rehired 60. The Stamford office reported th layoffs of 50 by a chemicals concern, 25 by an advertising firm and 20 by a vacuum cleaner company. About 60 Connecticut residents were affected by the layoff of 150 in a nearby candy company. In the Waterbury area a brass firm rehired 40 and a brass goods company 30. OIL UNDER SALT Domes of salt often conceal important oil deposits. Its the 10th birthday of Hie lee Cuputes but the Olil Smoothies Htlll go on aa one of the 20 great acts and 10 production numbers In the all-new 101 h edition of the Ice Capades playing at the New Uuven Arena until December 10th, ' Mazeika's Increases Lead In » Independent Bowling League Sam's Service Now Trails By Nine Games Juniors, Freshmen Win Inter-Class League Openers The underclassmen gav« the U'pp^rdassar.en a lesson in basketball last night, as the Naugatuck High school Inter-Class Basketball League got under way. The Juniors came from behind in the fourth period to down the Seniors, 46-34. The Juniors led throughout the first half, holding a 9-7 edge 'at the quarter and a 21-18 bulge at halftime. The Seniors came from behind to take a 29-27 lead at the end of the third period 1 , but faltered, under a Isi- point attack in the final period, which gave the Juniors the victory going away. Davlson paced the winners with nine points. Yurkaistis scored eight and Ollero six. For the Seniors, Shiva had 18 and Schlerski eight The Freshmen built up a 10- Ipoint lead at the half and then held on to defeat the Sophomores, 49-41. The first year men led 16-6 at the end first quarter. The Sophs held them to two points, a pair of foul conversions by T. Hanlcy, in the second quarter, whils scoring six, to cut the mar- grin to 18-12 at the half. The losers continued to rally in the third period, outscoring the Frosh, 17-12, to trail by one point, 30-29, going into the final period Brush scored six and King four in that quarter However, as the Freshman dropped in 19 points to pull away and record their flr«t victory. - 1 Brush scored 14, King nine and Carey nineto pace the winners. Sunbury, Raczkowaki and Rodman each with nine points, paced the Sophomores. Yankees Release Charlie Keller (By United Press) ,,T, 6 *! W ^ OI : k Ya "kee 3 yeater- release. The Yankee management said that Keller was itloased so he could make a deal ouifl P ,,T? f ' The f ° rmer Yanl «« outfield star was assured by dab officials that if ever a job open£ lit» K or & aniza «°<* that Keller he could have It. suited On The Air Today 6:3 0-WATR-NAUGATUCK N EW3 5 1 6 -on WRRv~ e £ 10 . on Caoers b - uo ~™BRY— E. 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WCBB Gliniinol t R -nn —Ted Rleeln Show fi : BO—The Chuck Wagon f! :3o—Tjtickv Pun «;4r>—Boll Howard Show 1 :00—fWrlctly 'For Tjmiijha 7:ir,—•Paul Arnold Show 7:3f)_ri3S TV NPWR 7-4^—At. .Homp Show S :00—Ar'htir Godfrey nnd His FHondH i:fifl—Pnnnint?er Show ' t;30 "Rnyfrifir HoillH 11 ;nn_T<'!pflnrtM of '4(1 r."v. eWBn> w?rTIT Channul 4 „ -i,,_T,,fl v s n lt,terq n:"n^—Moway jDoody r, •nn_rhi|,ir»n H Tinnier 'R'Sft—^I.PV Does It — 7 : nn— l-Cn . F-nn & Olllo n Downey Cnravan n : nn_Tei,.vlsinn Thenter in,f>n_-RrpBb thfl T-innU 10:3(1— Ton View" In Sports 10:45— Hamillon Show Mazeika's increased its lead in the Independent Bowling League to nine games last night, by winning three games from the Koffee Shop, while second place Sam's Service was dropping two to the Dalton Guards. Both Mazeika's and the Koffee Shop had only three men. Jack Painter paced the winners with strings of 122, 117 and 103. Bill Mazeika had 112, 84 and 117 and Don Miller had 105, 92 and 104. For the Koffee Shop, Johnny MacDonald had strings of 120, 100 and 102 for a 322 total. The Guards took the first two strings from Sam's and then drop- iiu ttllu ped the third by 39 pins. Harry Fuel Co Bill's Diner Sweeps Three Games From Polish-American Club Bill's Dint-., swept three sanies from the Polish-American Club in Commercial League Bowling matches this week at Pasho's Alleys. The winners were paced by W. Bernatis in rolling games of 5G5, 560 and 609< for a ITS* total Ber- naitia hacJ strings of 143, 108 and 136 for a 387 total. Jacewicz had a 346 total and J. Wood's the same to aid the winners. W. Jagello, with two 133 strings and a 360 total was high for the P-A Club. Jepson's won three games from Bill's Oil, by forfeit. Bill Jepson rolledi strings off 108, 11(1 and 138 for a 356 total. The A & P copped two out of throe from Naugatuck Fuel as J. Jasinski showed the way with strings of 102 r 110 and 125 for a 337 total. Mike Moruska, with P5 113 and 115, was high man for the " Grammar School Basketball Today St. Francis'. Hop Brno',; - ;: tra! Avenue are frivmr,] ; : mat School B;iski-:l;..V! games this afternoon. .'':. i meets Prospect at 3:!5 in . • its second victory. K -, takes on St. Hedwii^'- in •; ond game and Con': il v. : the afternoon's prvjpr^m :: Salem. All gamps .-i:<- ;.;.• the Naugatuck Hieh ^rf. ; Stauffer, Johnny Gasper and Bob Mariano combined to pace the Guards to victory in the first two strings. Bob Painter, Bill Mariano and Ray Melbourne collaborated to give Sam's victory in the final game. Stauffer was high man for the winners and high for the match rolling 120. 115 and 111. Gasper had 96, 121 and 102 and Mariano 127 96 and 88. Bill Mariano was high for Sam's with 115, 107 and 110. Painter had 102, 90 and 125. Co. F swept three games from the News, winning all three games easily. Charlie Verceski turning in strings of 138, 106 and 117 to pace the winners. Ken Woodfield had 114, 105 and 127. For the losers Fred Perlstein was high. The Standings W. L. Pet Mazeika's 34 2 .944 Sam>s 25 11 !e94 £°- F 18 18 .500 New s 12 24 .333 Gua rds 12 24 .333 Koffee Shop 7 29 .194 Fabric Cutters Move Into Rubber Company Basketball Lead Fabric Cutting, last year's defending champions, took possession of first place in the U. B. Rubber Co. Interdepartment Basketball ^League last night. Led by Jack Fruin who scorad •six field goals and seven fouls for a 19-point total, the Cutters out- flasted Tennis Mill-Mold to win 42-31. Ronny Banchard added 11 points to the winners' score and Big Marry Chofey, with 13 points, featured for the Molders. Ed Furtado scored 21 points to lead Sponge to a 43-45 victory over the Office team in the second game of the evening. Furtr.do scored seven times from the floor and seven times from the free throw line. John Squillace had 12 points to aid the victors. Tom Edmonds scored 13 for the losers and put on a one man exhibition of defensive play in the second half. Fish & Game Club Elects Tonight Officers for the coming yuar will be elected tonight, at a meeting of the Naugatuck Fish & Game Club, at 8 o'clock in the Town Hall. Dr. Joseph J. Sitar, president, will preside. Motion pictures will be shown and refreshments served following the meeting. ' In the final match of the evening, the Valley Grill turned in games of 557, 595 and 641, but still dropiped one game to Bethany Store. Bethany, turning in a 596 lotal in the first game to win, but then dropped the next two. E. Anderson and R. Pratt paced the winners. Anderson had 111, 141 and 135, for a 387 total, and Pratt had 128, 136 and 12 for a 39» total as the Grill ran up • a three- game pinfall of 1793. E. "Leach and B. Taylor were high for Bethany. Moore Knocks Out Williams In Eighth Hartford, Dec. 7—(UP)—The second ranking light-heavyweight challenger. Archie Moore, has (Jumped another victim on his kayo trail. Moore's potent punch enabled him to knock out "Doc" Wiliams or Hartford in the eighth round of a scheduled 10-round fight last night, Williams was game throughout and uncorked some spirited rallies which brought 'the scanty crowd of 840 to its feet. The referee gave Moore five rounds. Williams one and called two even. ALL IN PERSON MOURLttfUOVEII'flW . ™.f "HOP-SCOTCH-POLKA" , ITOOT.TOOT.TOOTSIE- • ou«r Hib 1 iSHEjDUHjACTS; ALCAZAR NOW PLAYING Turhan Bey — Michael O'Shea "PAROLE, INC." and Roy Rogers and Trigger "SUSANNA PASS" Also Wild Bill Hlckok Serial Aren A T ONI GHT thru SATURDAY Mat. Sat. at 2:30 •Tonight, tomorrow IncldmR Stars of HOR»CE HOOT'S Sho* HAROLD PARR JIMMY GROSSO DON GUMMING 3 SHERWOODS POPULAR COMEDIAN At robot PC Fathiotu 1 LOU MARX KERWIN A S c utic M T°" SOMERVILLE BILLY DEE • ,'IMMY DELL SAT. * SUN.-DIC. 17-16 VAUGHN MONROE \& MIUIXIOD'S CUCKIMC! »OTKM MEM SNOW! 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