Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 8, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, December 8, 1949
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PAGE a—NAUOATCCK NEWS (CONN.), THrnKpAY, DEC. «, 10« Favorites Hard Pressed To Win In Grammar SchoolLeague St, Francis', Central Forced To Come From Behind By KENNY CLYMER AiH the favorites turned In victories in Grammar School league games at the high school gym ywterday afternoon, but none of th« verdicts were sure until the final game. In the afternoon's first game St. Francis turned back a lighting Prospect squad 46-44, with Best and Stinson pacing- the attack. St. Francis led at every period, 13-6, 20-13 and 34-28, but were behind for a while in the third period when Prospect took a 23-20 l«*d shortly after the second half got under way. Monney with 17 and Vanditto with 15 led the loser* scoring, while Best had 18 and Stlnson 13 for St. Francis. In the afternoon's second game highly rated Hop Brook was hard pressed to come out on top of St. Hedwig-s. 41-37. Hop Brook led at every period 12-10, 22-15, and 33-28, and were never headed throughout the game. Sunbury with 1C led the winners while Ray Sobieranski •cored 12 for St. Hedwig'a. In the flea! game, heavily favored Central had to come from behind in the final quarter minute of play to down Salem, which had led for the better part of the game, 25-24. The two teams were deadlocked '-all at the close of the first canto, but Salem shot ahead 15-12 at the half and still,had the lead, 1917,-_at close of the third period. Sftom had a 24-21 lead with a little more than a minute to play but baskets by Jim Butt and Ftankie Montoni gave Central the B"np in the wanning- moments Larry Term, with 10 points paced the Salem attack, while Montoni dror.'ped in 12 for the win- The ecorcs: ^- St. Francis " Daly, If 4 Ttart. rt " 9 Rlnaon c * "« X|*tr. Ig ... "" i li>kites ..:.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." j Hollaed, rg i Quint '.'.'.'.'." o • Totals Prospect 22 b Mooney. rg Boyd. Ig .................. 4 Vandltto, c . . T £••" .......... '.'."•.•.•.•.;•.•. i Bender .................... 0 Mizyiewski, If ............. 0 * P 0 8 0 18 1 13 0 2 0 2 1 3 0 0 2 46 f 0 0 0 0 J otal » .................. 20 ~4 44 Score at half time: St. Francis 20 Prospect 13. Referees: Goodwin! Mariano. Hop Brook Sawicki, If *»-^« •»»•••« RAMOS IRON WORKS «*« BCTBBEB AYKJOTB f K d *» •« *• Tjr*>»_FortU». »»t MeM * Orramrntal Mu*l Wor*. - PortaM. WrMta. Kq.»»««M _ TKLEPHOUK Currier Electric Co. Residential — Commercial Industrial WTB1NG and REPAERS Weatlnghouse Appliances Tel. 7/au*. 4164 CHBTSLZE and PLYMOUTH ~- O. M. 0. TRUCKS J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing IM SOCTII MAIN HT. Jensen, rf 0 0 0 Mallano : 4 3 n Martin, c , 4 0 8 Sunbury, lg g o 16 Bchrmen o 0 0 Farrar_ rg 20 4 Totals >...,... 18 341 St. HcdwlB'n b f p Sartlno, rg 2 2 6 Bartles. Ig 2 1 5 Pelk, c ........:... 4 1 9 Sobieranski, rf '... 6 0 12 Kaczkowgki, If ....'.'.v....'. 218 Totals ......>. 16 B 37 Central b f p Montoni, If 5 2 12 Jim Hutt, rf , 3 3 9 Jack Hutt, c o 0 0 G. Daly, Ig i i 3 Zubanch '. o 0 0 Tuckey, rg 'o 1 l '/ Totals . 9 7 25 Salem b f p Terra, rg 5 0 10 Olson, Ig i ! 3 Swan, cv i Q 2 Kanaka Q 0 0 McCann rf 3 j 7 Lambredies o 0 0 Norman, If j o 2 Totais 11 2 24 Score at half time: Salem 15. Central 12. Referees: Goodwin, Mariano. Packers Win Three From Mechanical Waterproof Packing and Style Giiter continued their battle fnr first plare in the U. 3. Rubber Co. Men's Interdepartment Bowling nirue lint night. The Packers maintained the:" two-game lead us Kas Marclazone* won both individual prizes with bcores of 167 and 391 to pace them to a 3-0 win over Mechanical. The leaders also won team prizes with scores of 648 and 1763 as Chuck Johnson and Matty .TankowsM added scores of 363 and 361. Joe Kloc's Style Gaiters held their second place position by dt>- reatiner Waterproof Mills, 3-0. Bill DlQarlo smashed a 381 set and Don Miller rolled ra 300 for thr.;e eamea. Dick Keller scored a 240 total -to lead the losers. Lolo Triano moved his Boot Room team to third place, three games out of first, by sweenin-* their match with Bill Woods' Tennis Making. Bernie Fredericks was top bowler for the Tennismc.i. Henry Columbe had a 140 single and 348 s»t to lead Tennis Mill- Mold to a, 2-1 win over Outsile Cutting, Jack Lackey featured for the Cutters. Standing Waterproof Pack. 27 9 .150 Style Gaiter 25 11 .6sM Boot Room ...... 24 12 666 Tennis Mill-Mold. 20 16 .555 Tennis Makers .'. 22 14 .611 iicchanical 17 18 .472 Outsole Cutting .. 8 28 .222 Highlanders Whip Oakville, 53-42 The Pond Hill Juniors will play .he Union City Juniors in the pre- iminary to' the Naugatuck High- anders-New Haven Roesslers clash at the YMCA. it was announced to- lay by Manager Milt Wetaaman. The preliminary tilt is slated to get under way at 7:30 o'clock. In preparation for the game tylth he Roesslers, the Highlanders layed the Oakville Indians Tuesday evening at the Watertown High chool, Mr. Weissman said, winning heir fourth game of the year, 5312. Jack Quint and Boh Jones paced ho locals, each scorfng 11 points. Also hitting the double numbers vero Don Sutor and Joe Krause, each with 10. Tho locals were minus Hank Swirskl <ind Sonny Gnalz- dowski. 1 Charley Conerly Tops Passers In National Football League Philadelphia, Dec. 8 (UP) — It's a close race for the pausing championship 0,7 the Natlorml Footbn.ll League wlmln up HH rujwlur son- son an Sunday. Only seven points separate the six ipasslnp leaders under the league's incerse graduinjf system. Charley Conerly of New Yoi-k still leads, 'but his margin wo3 shaved to one and one-half points after an off-day against Philadelphia on Sunday. Last year's champion, Tommy Thompson of Philadelphia, is second. Conerly and Bob Waterfield of Los Anpreles are tied with completions, each having 1 fired 143 strikes. Johnny Lu.fack of the Chicago Bears has picked i:p the" most ground with his passes, acme 2,100 yarjs. Lujauk and Conerly have completed 17 louch- 1 down parses each. | Steve Van Buren of Philadelphia leads Tony Canadeo of Green Bay in rushing. Von Burt-n broke his own record last Sunday when he boosted his yardage to 1,050. Canadeo has sained 932 yards. Tom Fears of Los Angeles leads In receiving with 67. Gene Robei-ts of New York, needing- one touchdown to tie Van Buren's all- time r«cord of 18, is leading- scorer with 102 points. Pat Harder of the Chicago Cardinals is second with 99 points. The Philadelphia Eagles are the top defensive and offensive team in the National League. The Eagles have held 11 opponents to 1,056 yards rushing and 1,509 passing. The Chicago Bears arc second in the rushing department, having given up 1.148 yards. The Detroit Lions have the second best defense against passing On defense, the Eagles have pained some 4,200 yard?. The Bears are second, trailing Philadelphia by 16 yards. Philadelphia has the strongest running attack, while the Bears are setting the pace when it comes to gaining ground by passing. Real Truck Bargains 1949 Chevrolet 2 ton 12* Stake Truck. Very low mileage—good as new — only $1500.00. 1947 Ford y t ton Pickup — Excellent condition—only $750.00. New Ford Bonus Built Trucks from 4700 to 21500 Ibs. gross vehicle weight. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87QmrehSt Ford Dealer Mich. State's Bagdon Named Football's "Forgotten Man" Des Moines, Iowa, Dec. 8—(UP) All-America £uard Ed Bagdon of Michigan State has been awarded the Dr. John Outland trophy as the "Forgotteg Man" of football. The trophy was the idea of the late Dr. Outland, who always insisted that the tackles and guards are the "forgotten men" of. the sports. Dr. Outland was an All- America halfback and tackle at Perm in 1897 and '98. Only guards irid tackles |are eligible for the award, which is decided by a vote of the Football Writers association George Connor of Notre Dame was the winner in 1846, the first year the Dr. Outland trophy was awarded. Joe Steffy of Army won In 1947. and Bill Fisher of Notro Dame in 1948. VARIETY OF MILK Cows' milk is bottled or canned in at least 10 different grades and forms. SMART FUUS Make SMART GIFTS Established 1869 NO. MAIN ST. WATEUBTTOV UA1>10 — 1'Jfil.JSVlSiJOA "" R.C.A. — Admiral Television B»lea and Service SWAN'S Electrical Contractor* Since 102fl tO CEDAH ST. TIKI. 1574 ANNOtJNCKMKNT MID-WINTER TERM BOST JUNIOR COLLEGE it). Central Avn. I'liom- »-»772 WaterbOry . BICOINS ,IAN. ::n, HUSO i; YOUR I'f.ANN NOW HI:i', Ju;<;iH'j HAH Hawley Hardware 120 Church Street Christmas Suggestions 08 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES TOASTERS, MIXERS, Etc. also SLEDS 4- tfdVS SHOE SKATES PYREXWARE, Etc. Phone 4085 We Deliver ; NEW 1940 P H I L C O II E F R I O K U A T O n , p S199.50 7 Gn. Ft. — B pfear Warranty WO Down ... $2 Wc-ukly 418 NO. MAIN ST. UKION CITY I'hone (Mil 15 CHURCH 8T. TKI.. 1000 Opnn Friday Till f-P. M. US Rubber Rallies To Defeat EMI, 41-30; Risdon Triumphs Shamrocks Edge Top Hatters In Preliminary U. S. Rubber won Ha second and Risdon MIR. Co. Its first t;ame in tho YMCA Industrial Basketball League last night. Rubber had to come from behind to down Eastern Malleable Iron, 41-30. The Ironmen held a 106 lead at the end of the first period and Increased their margin to 20-12 at the half. The Rubber Co. defense tightened in the third period, holding Iron to three points. Jack Fruln and Ed Furtado accounted for most of the scoring In that frame. The winners were never headed after the third quarter. Fruin with 15 and Furtado with 10 were high scorers for Rubber. Rawlinson topped the EMI scorers with eight. In the second game of the evening, Risdon won an easy, 41-23 decision over Glass. The Toolmakers led 12-8 at the end of the first period, 21-14 at the half and 29-18 at the end of the third quarter. Emil Jurewicz with 15 and George Litke with 12 points led the Risdon attack. Bill Mascolo was high for Glass with seven. In the preliminary game, the Naugatuck Shamrocks, girls team, defeated the Seymour Top Hatters 20-18, on I rene Miller's basket in tho final minute. Catherine Dahn paced the losers with 13 points, while Miss Miller, Doris Mitchell and Ann Zmyewski had four points each for the Shamrocks. The scores: U. S. RUBBER b. f. ,,. Ervln, If 6 3 '..3 Furtado, rf 4 2 10 Blanchard, rf 0 0 0 Chofey, c 3 l 7 Maasa, c 0 0 0 C. Wojack, Ig 2 1 r> McCann. Ig o 0 c > Yakowskl, rg O 0 0 Edmonds, rg 204 Hurley, rg o 0 0 Totals '.17 7 .11 E. M. I. Hopkins, rg 1 i 3 Martin, rg 1 2 4 Dougherty, rg 0 0 0 Finke, Ig j 2 4 Hawlinson, c 2 -i s Chonko, rf 1 2 4 Wojack. rf l 9 2 Loman, If 2 1 3 Totals 9 12 ;;o Score at half time: 20-12, E.M.t. Referee: Weaving. RISDON h. , lf Bfrod y. r f .............. s Melbourne, rf ........ o Jurewicz, c .......... 5 Gould, c .............. o l^gan, If .............. o Shilinskas, Ig . . ..... i Dibble, Ig ............ i Gcsseck, rg .......... i Totai.3 .............. 15 GLASS b. Ariola, rg ............. o Gabriel, Ig ........... o C. Mascolo, Ig ........ 2 2 0 5 0 Kugxunxkl, c I 0 2 f'alowlcz, c 0 •,) () MnUno, rt 4 1 9 B. Mascolo, If 2 ' 3 7 TultilB i> fi '23 Score at half time: 21-14, Rls r lon. Referee: Weaving. Red Wings Dominate Nat Hockey League Scoring Picture Ike Williams Fined $500 For Statement Abou "Fixed" Fight Philadelphia, Dec. 8 (UP) — Lightweight champion Ike Williams has been fined $500 and ord- prcd to make a written a.pology for Monday night'w statement about a 'flxed" fight. Williams told newsmen before the title bout with Freddie Dawson that he had received a phone call from a Vtrustcd friend" say- Ing ho would lose it the" fight went 15-rounds. It did, but Williams won. Chairman George Jones of the Pennsylvania Athletic Commission says he is^penalizing- Williams because the champion refuses to give the name of the "trusted friend" who mad'e the call. Williams testified today that ho didn't know the name of the caller, but thought it was a friend because the man told him so on the telephone. Jones criticized Williams for first telling the press - instead of the Commission. The champ replied that lit- sent his secretary, Calvin Taylor, to ringside looking for a Commission member, but was unable to find one. Williams say,? he called the press when he recalled Rorky Graaiano lost his license- under similar conditions in New York. Yanks Upset Indians In K. Of G. League Tho Yankees upset the Indians, 2-1, in Knlphts of Columbus Mixed Rowling Letujue matches at the R & M Alleys last night. The two wins enabled the Yanks to tie the Red Sox for second place in the Icagrue standing^. Zibby Baranowski and Ray Snhultz paced the winners, Baranowski with strings of 124, 91 and 12!) and Schultz with strings of 109, 109 and 101. The Indians, with two team members misiSinR, were, paced by Fratesi with strings of 88, 118 and 103. The last place White Sox cop- pcrl two games fro mthe Red Sox in a low scoring match, paced by Frank Wylong who turned in strings of 133, 83 and 93. Lou Russo was high bowler for the lowers' hitting 122, 102 and 133. The standings: Indians ". 23 10 .R97 Red Sox 16 10 .485 Yankees 16 17 .485 White Sox . 12 21 .364 (By Tho front-running- Detroit R»d Wliijri: Mill ilutnlnato tho NiiUonal Hockey L«nj?u« Hcm-lnpr picture. Rod Wliur .ptoyora occup three of tho first four rungs on the nnorlnrv Indder, according to latest National League figures. Tod Lindsay Is the pace setter with 30 points. Sid Abel i.s tied with Doug Bentlcy of tho Chicago Black Hawks, each with 25 points. Another Detroit ace, Gordie Howe, has 23. points. Maurice Richard of Montreal, the leading scorer with 17 goals, is fifth with 22 points. Rill Durnan of Montreal still is the leading goaltonder, but Detroit's Harry Lumlcy is creeping up on him. Durnan gave u,pi 14 ifoals in three gomes last week. while Lumley was holding opponents to five goals in four games. Two of them were shutouts, making it four white-wash job.3 this year for Lumlcy, the same number turned in by Turk Broda of Toronto. Durnan has a 2.4 average. Lumley has 2.43 and Broda 2.04. Gus Mortson of Toronto -has spent the most time in the penalty box, 4-1 minutts Shea In Baltimore For Examination Frank "Spec" Shna, of Nauga- l.uck, Now York Yankee pllcher. WIIH Hchciduliid to undergo it phyxl- onl oxnmlnaUon !>y Or. George K. Bonholt of Johnu Hopklrm Honpltn1, Baltimore, today. "Sp«c" has br;en bothered tiinco (ho end of the liMR Hoaaon with a nock niul arm disturbance. The fuel that the annual convention of the National Association of Minor LCII;;UCH l» rilwo bn- Ing held in Baltimore at thin lime Is believed to have no connection with the trip. kPt by the Providence .squad, while Paul, who played most of the second half, went scoreless. HOUriMMIII't CIICm»C! MCTITU t»UT IMWI 'NOW Providence Frosh Nip Marianapolis Bobby Markovlc and Bobby Paul, both of Naugatuck, team mates on last year's Sacred Heart High school basketball team, took the court as opponents last night. Markovic played with Marianap- olis Prep while Paul was playing with the Providence College Frosh in a game at Providence won by the Friars, 54-53. Markovic was held to a lone bas- Jeanne GRAIN Ethel BARRYMORE Ethel WATERS William LUNDIGAN 'WOLF HUNTERS' «MT CUT - tm cunw I MDtT nu « INT I ON f»M m MtfON •-BIG ACTS VOOVIUS Sen* • 'DEPUTY MARSHAL' EXACT TIME In a striking clock, the first stroke usually marks the exact hour. ALCAZAR NOW PLAYING Turhan Bey — Michael O'Shca "PAROLE, INC." and Koy Rogers and Trigger "SUSANNA PASS" Also Wild Bill Hickok Serial ran SI ^ \10I-K TEL. 404 FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ANGEL ON THE AMAZON" with George jJrant Vcra Ralston Brian Ahernc also "South of Rio" with Monte Hale Kay Christopher . — Today — "THE ACCUSED" and ' "FLAMING FURY" WHEAT SUPPLY The U. S. produces 60 per cent of the world's wheat. EXl'KItT BODY WORK Complete Tainting FacilitlnN Wrecker and Towing Service Estimates Furnished Budget Plan Available The Naugatuck Fuel Co. FORD DEALER Phone 5238 . HCM "HOP-SCOTCH-POLKA" ITOOT.TOOT.TOOTSIE" • Otter Bit, I 8 HEADLINE ACTS. 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