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I'AGE ft-NAPQATUCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, DEC. 12 1049 , \ Greyhounds Outclass Jh Republic, Win 75 To 37 Reserves Play Three-Fourths 1 Of Saturday Game By KENNY CLYJWKB ^^ouncing back from a 42-85 setback at the hands of Trinity Par- iSh la»t we«k. the Naugatuck High School basketball team routed O*orfte Junior Republic Boys school, ijt Lltchflold. 75-37 at tho local YMCA Saturday evening. In a game ihtt »howed the Nausatuck reserves la action close to three-quarters of the contcBt. The locals started of? slow, lead- Ing only 14-6 at the close of the first period. Wally Dumonskl with five points and Bob "Red" While with four carried the brunt of the attack for Naugatuck In that canto. Within a mlnutu after the MOC- ond quarter &iarted, Naugatuck •hot Into a 21-6 lead, and Coach George Goodwin yanked his flrnt xquad and let the HU)>H finish the half. The score at Intermission was Naupntuck 35; Republic 12. Th« Naugntuck first team, with th« exccpllon of Bill JUambert who w«» replaced by John GogglnH, •tarted off the second half, and before two minutes had elapsed they were yanked in favor of the •econd team with the. acore 42-14. The atartlng five did not go back into the game until the final two minute*. The reserves, paced by the Matos twins, Manny and Billy, continued the rout and the localn led 54-10 at Uw close of the third period. The fourth period saw the Nau- gntuok "seconds" throw In 14 more point*, to hike the advantage to 66-33, with two minutes remaining when the flr»t team went back Into the game. Dumonskl, Goggina »nd Roger Currier accounted for B«veti poirUK between them In the final minutes, and wont off the floor with n 78-37 victory. Bob Sluzdak, rangy Greyhound OHiter, was sick In bed and wnn unable to play. Wally Dumunakl with 15 points, and Billy and Manny Matox with If, points apiece were .the high scorers for Naugatuck, while Bob MeKlnnle with 15 points led'the losers attack. The Nuugatuck regulars saw only 12 minutes of action, while'the reserves put In a total of 20 minutes, and the first team scored 36 points while tho "seconds" accounted for 39 markers. The locals were still ragged from the foul line, making only IB of 43 free trles_ while Jr. Republic made good 11 of their 28 attempts. Referees Russ Weaving and Frank Butcher called a total of 59 per- nonal fouls, 24 against Nuugatuck and 35 against the Litchfield team. Gr«ypup» Win Pared by Jack Knapp and Eddie Szczoczarz. the Greypups Nuu- gatuck high schoo IJV's. scored almost nt will to down the George Junior Republic H«condH, 01-21, at the local Y Saturday evening in the preliminary game. The locals started out fast, leading 18-2 at tho end of the first period, and with the freshman team playing the entire uccond period moved ahead 22-7 at the close of the first half. The Greypups cut the corda for a t$tal o,f25 pointM In the third period to move Into a 47-11 lead, and atJthis point, Coach Goodwin Bent an but the freshmen to the show•" •i^The freshmen, led by John Carey whtl Lenny King, outscored the loners 14-10 in tho final canto mak- lAk the score 61-21 Jjack Knapp, with 12 points, and Kd Szczoczarz, with 10 points paced tfe* Garnet attack. while' Billy 9k«ve>, with nine points was high for the Litchfield club. Helps Navy JACK 8TIN8ON At 1he Boston Oaidcn Sftlurday nig-ht, Midshipman Jack Stinson of Naujratuck scored nine poljjtB, four In crucial momenta, ao Navy racked up a tltrdt 70-S8 win ovor Harvard. BOX SCORE Nuugaluvk (75) Currior, If B. MatuH Dumonskl, Szczoczarz Lambert, c M. Mu-ton White, l({ Schiller CroHs.wu.il, rjj Sellnske Schicthu Tolul.s 28 Jr. Hcpubllc (S7) b Sherry, rj< j Jrickuon i Monu(;han 4 Galling. Ig .(> Shortman i McKinnic, c 5 Struckman o Liberatore rf , . . , . i Johnson Q Walsh, If '. o Summer o rihcchnn o f P •1 6 V. 10 J 15 4 4 J U H U 10 3 U 0 •! 1 1 3 ;i o o o 2 19 7S f p 0 2 0 2 •i 1U 2 2 0 2 5 15 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 13 u 37 Score ut half time: Nnugaluck 35, Lltchflold 12. Referees: Weaving, Butcher. Time: Four 8-ralnuto iior- lod.s. • NuugatiK-k J. V. (HI). b f p 2 10 124 102 124 a o c 204 000 124 5 2 12 306 0 Visit Our TOYLAND GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STKEKT 'Frew Delivery Telephone 5(M< tet.er Paul Inc. tfAUOATUOK, CONN. " *»+rfrrt*tr Manufacturers of KatioD '• Largest Belling COCONUT CANDY BARS Szczoczarz, If Dclunoy Savnkie .Carey .. ..' B .MiiUiu, rf M. Mutou Torhcrt GogglnH_ c Knapp Wood Schlclhc, \K o 1 1 Cricdcr o 0 0 Kin« 2 0 4 Wilkas, rg \ o 2 Reynolds o 0 0 Brush o 2 2 Totals 24 13 61 Jr. Republic J. V. (21) b f p Hill, rg . o 0 0 Hhanahun 0 0 (I Frasco, l(j 0 0 0 Slamm o 0 0 Godonnkl, c 3 i 7; Parker o 0 0 Wcthcrdale 0 0 0 RCCVOH, rf 2 5 D Carty 2 0 4 Augustine, if o 0 0 Williams .' o 1 1 TotalH 7 7 21 "B JMRYSLER and PLYMOUTH O. M. 0. TRUCKS J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing 1M 8ODTH MAIN 8T. Telephone MM 3 F Goodrich FIRST IN RUBBER TIRES LOWEST PRICES — ALL SIZES PAY ONLY 1 DOWN A WEEK FREE PARKING AND TIRE MOUNTING IN REAR OF OUR STORE Lincoln CJ Siore 'EST MAIN SPORT SHORTS Chwjllo Aquavla former NHS hoop i)tar, helped apoarhaud ft la»t period rally Saturday at Pro.vid- cncc ;IK the U-Conn Frosh dofeut- c'U the Brown yearling by <i 57-46 Hcoro. Aquuvln h.-id two boukotH. l.'.oli AcluuiN, hi.'iid football cojich at Tnft Schoril ha« rcHl^nfid, after 20 yours of service. H e will con- tlnun as track conch and teachoj' of undent and Euixi.:«an hiHtoix Swimming Coach Jach Manhcrz of Crosby HlRh School wllj hu Kiicat of honor at a testimonial Dec. 20 In Dlorio'H rcatnurnnt, Wutorbiiry. Alux (C.lmbo) Sullivan will bo one of tho »pcalcors. T-envonworlh muetw Oliver Wolcott Toch and Sacred Heart plays Seymour lonlRhl al Mara'w Arena. i,",," Wciln "*«l"y, Crosby piayu Merlden In Iho Silver City.. Wllby lak oa on Anaonla In Ihc Copper Citv lomorrow ni^ht. At the Wutorbury' armory Friday night Sheltcm pl ayB Sacred foM P a ?n Cr ° Sby takCS on Hart ford Public... And on Saturday Wllrmr CroHH lun s l«,H with Leavcn- nnd wnby "" On The Air Today ' :0 1 :30-WATIl-v;,,, T,,l,,,|i • M, I,,, ^•rlC-WrlKlitvlllu ii-olkii ' Th " mi1 " 1:0 »?M" KH "! u ° ur TlmoH w-io { -4 hc "'« Tour Answer Wl 1C — New.s wn'?""Tr W ," iKhl Sni-rlnl WJJKY — V(il<-c oi ih*> Ar-mv " * r ™ . „„ Fcorr£r; i i™ «:00-WATH-simro th,. Wonlth - WH/Mrfen, " !3 °-HISS.?HF y ™F£r«i" «rr K:4fi—\VATIt~lli.nrv I, Tnytnr u:oft--wri!iy"- 1 nn"ii, l , Kh 'rh?"inr' St " r wA rViT'ioH,'. 1 " Hmu'h r *ii'» rt " tl:30-WTIf-.([„,„) ,,f Amorton WWrn~rr|im, KlKlll/,ni 10 :00—Wn'TIl— Arthur rfn.ni, WTIO-Mnrtln nnd I.,.SW|H Slio.v WBFtY—My T'Vlend Trmn 1 ° : ' '"S;£"; ; E ~«''' ntator 1 0 : flfl-W vrn—Vfollor Dnrliy W.TIC—.nnvi! rtnrrowiiy WT-n—Mnrvin Miller" -WWqo-MUMlo You Want in Mr. 11:1 r>- -WATR-Tcil Mnliinn WTIC-Mlmly Oiil-Hnn WW<V»- UN Turtny WnilV—Hwlnir W>irt 11 -lO-WTin-TIuHlnii Kyniiilinnv WATn—nonm; Il-im-u brrh. WVillV—Swlnn HhUI wwcn—DntH'n Oroh. •2:00-AI1 Plntlr.nM-.NPWR r. :00 r, ::iti r>: 4 fill :0'l- B-Sn- 0:4H. 7:007 • f 'I- T:4ii. S 'Oft S •. ,Tft.- !»:0rt— ft :nn_ 10:1)01 I:0«4 :;i(>~ n -IK)." r, -so. 0:30- (l:<r,-. 7-on- 7 : i r,- 7:S'i- 1:t r » 7 :r,-,- s : 00- S:Kll- 0:00 10:00—! 1 I '(I 11:1 B:1 R:S 15 •(! «:.1 WNHH-TV Chnnnnl « — T(id Steolo Show -Tolchin<-H . -h-|lrn HhorlN Tiin-kv Pun Mimli! ft ProKriim Notvn Knklii, Fran »m1 Olll* Hllvr Thnntcr Tlnrlnw Hnnoprt Ounrtlrt Cnmorn Th,. fI«.lilliorKH R(mlln Clrio Tn 1 'is-iri-— N'QWM mrns Clumnfl t Vnnlty Fnlr Tqrt Mti-iiln Thn Chunk Wngon T,nckv 'Pup Rfth Hnwni-,1 ShfiW rimir of thn TrullH r-nul ArnMil flliow Tnlci-lHlnn N"Wn .onimv Konittd Khnw Tiprli Mirlm-.r Show iMIIvpr TliPuMr Hnil'roy'N Tnlnnl Hooutd Rhow Chnnnrl 8p|inti>rM Theater 1P*KV T>OPH 11 Wo'ithirmnn — Kukln. Frnn nriil Dili* : fin : an.- Hhitv HO^TI ~ _"V.» ) v« fgrnvnn" HMrmitonn 10 :00—C. .101 rcm s. BTAO pvnTrrs. Full Currier Electric (Jo. Rcmldenttnl — Contmorclal T.ndnstdal WfniNG and Tol. RAMOS IRON WORKS Kx»«rt M*tol ol All T»i>»«— Wnr*. LET GEORGE DO IT - - By Alan Mov«» LEAD OVER M//VI BUT MtKAri SCORED 1698 I AST THIRD OF ttie TOTAL, AVERAGED 20.3 SAME eO Highlanders Third Period Attack Beats Litchfield Cowboys Tied at 22-22 nt half limn, l.hn opened a 23-polnt third parlnd a(- taclc to bnat (h« r.'ltchfluid Co*- boyw, Ot!-4t) at Litchfield. Thn locn: nc]iind hnld their lend from thp Uilrd period on. Tll|;ht (curird Jo i Krau»e Infl r.nrly In thn (famn whnu hlH bad ankle ffavo him trouble. Thp H<:fnTv. IIIGIILANDICIIS h f p Gnlazdowskl, If 4 2 10 Quint, If . . o ] 13 Sutor. c 1 1 (i Swlrslil, \K 4 3 II •\rmonaltl.s, r;; 0 0 12 Kraunn, nr 0 0 0 TcilnlH 2-i COWUOYS Casadcl, rg . . , Srnlthwlck, rit MacDonald, Ig Aingcr, Ig .... ICvangelsU. Ig Moonny, c .... Ri-nfo, c Deacon, rf Johnson, rf . . . Ballnrln, If . . . h 2 n 0 . o . o . . 0 . 3 fifi 0 'li, 2 10 1 12 0 7 Totals 18 9 ',?> Scorn at. half tlino—Naugatnck 22, LILchfleld 22. Referco—Baldwl'i. ACCOtrNTANTS The' Waterhury chapter of tho Nntloiuil A.M.Hoclal Ion of Cost Accountant* will preannt Frank F. Gtlmore, a.s.Hoclalc profaHHor of busl- ncHH ndmlnlsl ration) Harvard University, at a mnoting tomorrow night In tho Hotel Elton, Wator- '.niry. Dinner will bo served at 8 •'clock, unrl tho technical session will he held at 7:,')0 (/clock. Mr. Gilmore will spook on thn HUbjecl, The Accouiilanl'H Broadening Rcupon- •libllllle.H. Wrestling, Littfe League Films Planned For Smoker Roxlnw \and wrestling nxhlhl- tion« will fVaturi! n nmobcr of the St. Mary'ip VHoly Name Soclotv Wi!dne»;luy mij(ht In Iho Church biiaamcnt, Dc%ald Cowan, publicity chairman nnnouncod today. J»o Ronsl, Yi"'y *"nl p y ami Donald Brennnn, will b« In charge nf the exhibited*. Ju«s McKennaVwill be thu principal Hpeaker. potion pictures of tho Peter J. Folsy Little League will be ahown ,wi« " Russ Weaving .i} nari'ator. j Y. M. C. A. Basketball J'niid 11 111 Monl.onl. 1 Ethocdy .... 1-tOHiittl, rf . ABh Daly, c Costa Klnriey, Ig Carey ....,' Rotatorl, r Huacnfoldi b f p ... •t 6 Id . . . 0 0 0 ... 0 0 0 .,000 ...2 2 8 . .. 0 0 0 ... 2 0 ... 0 0 0 . . I 0 2 .. . 0 0 0 TolalH o H 2» Union City Jr». b f p Boyclo; K , . o 0 0 Kackowaki , . o 0 0 J. Hunloy, rt i. . 2 0 4 Stnbloy {. o 0 0 Vandltto, c ( ,, 4 311 T. Hanley, Ig ,. i o 2 KrttHln.Hkt n 0 0 rj.,- j. 0 0 0 !. 0 0 0 Totals ;. 7 3 17 Score at half time: 17-8, Pond Hill. Referee: Mariano. ! vO'i;i; i ThonuiM A. Rdlson mndii hln first patent application In 1868 for an elfictrlca.1 vote recorder. DID OKAY FOR OKIES - - By Mian Mover THESE WOULD iff OKLAHOMA f<> /T& SU-SAft BOWL . ort JAM 2.' OKLAHOMA'S CO-CAPTAINS, TO ADVANCE /tor/ess Cuddy Primes Friars For Game Thursday With Rhode Island Providence Has Not Won Over R. I. Since 1941 COACH JAMF.S V. 'VIN' CUDDY, In bin fli-nt yo.nr of basketball at Provldoioo College, Is readying his team 1'or the all Important clash with Rhode Island State at the Rhode Ishm.l Audlorlum next Thursday night, Dec, 15. Cuddy IB a Naugatuck native. CUDDY, Naugatuck High Ht-ir. who oiimn to P, C, after a MUCCIJMM- ful couching- tenure nt the Fori, Trurnbiill Brti.nch of Iho Unlvnrwlty at Connuutlout, hn» guided bin Iciim to victories ovor tho fir.)'; two opponent!) on the Knhedule >if tho Friars, and the chancim ur» oxcellent that P. C. will go Into tho R)iodo Island Slate gumo un- dofcatnd for the first time In many For Cuddy, tlilH will be more than Jiint unollior KIIIIHJ, for bi•- Bldnn being tho traditional foe nf !h« Prlnni In bijHknlball, TlhoJ/j IHnnd Stale has not boon dnfontod by u Frlur quintet mince 1941. 31r,c<- (hut. time RUitn haw run up 1U Mrulghl vlctorleM, scoring ovor a. hundred points on two of those occasions. Cuddy would like nolhlni; better than a win In his fit (it meeting with State. Since tho series between those ivro teams began, back In tho 1920-21 scnnon, Stale has won 73 li'imeu and P. C, 0. However, despite Iho wide margin of victories In Stale's favor, Iho majority of those VtontiHilH through Iho y,...,,.^ have boon UirlllnrM. Tliiii'Hday'M fjnmo will HI>« Sttilo tho favorlto once again, but the Krl/ir playoni nml the coaching htaff fool thui tiiiK lnit y ),„ jour for P. C, to jrut tho win. thn long At Loew's Wed. 1-nura CiiHti'llano plityx Jin uurt nt Ni'ddu In "I I'liifllurcl" :it I.oew'n Coll, WnU'rhury. WrdiK'f- diiy on iianir j>ro|(rain with "<"uva- lurla XliiHtli'.»nii." ALCAZAR NO\V I'LAYINC. "ILLEGAL ENTRY" with Ceorgo limit — Howard Duff WIM) UII.L IIICKOK MER1A1, TEL. 40* rUICS., «"KS>. nnd r "RIDE 'EM COWBOY" with ,liicl Abbott Lou C<mtul!o illxo "SKY DRAGON" wllh Uiilanil Wln(er» Keye Luke — Today — "ALIAS NICli XI.KAL" :\nd "'.TCAVW XT TO 1IKNH.V" HOUVWDOD't CLICKINCT MtlOTNER CIKJIT IMOVf Tioi •••[^•••••••^••V "•"•"IBB John WAYNE I _ Vera RALSTON 1 The FIGHTING KENTUCKIAN Mult WINDSOR 2nd KIT! "PROJECT X" NEXT mi a SAT ON SMOI IH PMSOM 8-BIC ACTS VODVIL-t OH SCREEN - 'THE THREAT' 'Qfutu HKn.coHntiuoia iMovn TED'S AUTO BODY WORKS 37 IIOTOIIKIHM ST. Uiutilaanl b, Klat. f C'oIllnto/1 * — I'.i.ili.ci -~ Au1« Pnlntlnx Towing Service Friars' Coach P.C.A.A. Vln Cuddy, NriuKitlnok N.-ilivo and former NHS uthletlcit «tar, who l.i priming his Piovldcncii (Julliige buakotball !cam for an all ImDorlunt claKh Thuntdny. night wllh Rhode Inland Slate. Cleveland Browns Champs Again; Rams Top Redskins For the fourth Htralght ycnr, the Cli'velnnd Browmi have annexed •'.ho All-America Conference Foot- Viiill chnmploniihlp. They did II. ngiiin yesterday nl Cleveland, dc- I'entlnK the S;in KrunrlMro «IO(»rn by n. 21-7 Hoori!. At IJOH AnKeleu. the Ruinx tagged the WiiBhlnglon RcdnkInn 53-27. wln- nlnir I hit Wrutcni Dlvliilon till., nf Iho National Fool hall LeHgue. They (ilny Iho I'lilliidi'lphla Knt>\t\n for 'he championship next. Sunday nl Lon Anjcelen. In other profiiMtdonal dolnKf-'-. Ohiir- loy ICwart. former Yule burltfleld •jtar, resigned as conch of the Now York BullduKH and announced he will put-Hue a <:nreer mi college coach or athletic dlroclor. KAHI,Y CIGAKKTH Manufactr.ro of clgarctu In U. S. hogan nbout 1864. HELD OVEB Jeanne GRAIN Ethel BARRYMORE Ethel WATERS William LUNOIGAN — 2nd HIT — 'WOLF HUNTERS' •NEXT ATTRACTIONS GERONIMO | foJ««MlMMir fntlulOtlU ('IRAILOF IME lff» MIW ' LONESOME PINE' YMCA Tankers Come From Behind To Beat New Haven Y Putting on (ho pn-n'Mirn jifti-r KuttliiK ''ff to n bud *inri nfirr Nauxitturk YMCA swimmfriK II-;,IH •;«mi! from behind a.n'1 Iwit -hi- fnvorr-d Now Haven YMCA tc.-nn Friday nlRhl nt the lorn] Y i;.o.<!. The local w^hfei't won 3;? to M; HPI-P 1.1 the nummary of th<- r,,r.- tests: 120yd. rmxlloy relay won by Now Haven; tlrrirr 1:130 Hal luck. UebrnMon. and Mndlvon. fNnuqy: 1-ioyd .1. Brady, nnd K. Nixon I 22O-yd. freestyln won by t.'ihll- i-nij, fNH); Mftcond. Sanfoid '.N'H); third. .Sullivan <N> Mm,. a ."ifl.n. 40-yd. frc-oHtylc won by Uch.-n- j:lo(M (.N'H); 2nd - J. Uraxly <NI; 3rd. I.-ri|)iu'd IN) timo :2I.'». Diving won by Rnccan, (NIIi 2nd, Smith (NH); 3rd. Sullivan CN) lota] ftointx 4h.7. 300-vd. rrroBtyl,. won by J I'.n, <Jy <N>: 2nd. Sun ford iNH- 3rd IMhli'm- CNID . , . 1:12 3rd 100-yd. breuat.ttrckn won b v Sluiniihun fN); 2n<t, Pnnrl (X)'3rd, Riiocaro (NH) - time I |i, ::' JOO-yd. Imclciiroktr won by K Smith (N); 2nd. Uoyd BnrrlnKlon (NH) — time IfiO-yd. frpi-Ktyle rnlny Nutiitnlurk - Jucteyn^kl. Nixon, nrd .,. Bra<Jy (NH: UcbPnuteln, Madi.-on ford, Harris). Dnul wore: Nuu^.-auck 34 New Haven 32. r ... • n by "[>;ii<l. 1 24 San- Watfrbury Wed. Eve. Dec. 14th Oim Nit,. Only CHARLES L. WAGNER prrorntw Tin- r'.v.-r I'opnlnr Ilouhlc Bill CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA I PAGLIACCI Mall Order* Flll.xJ In Order of Urcrlpt MUCKS Orrh. tin Inc. Hl.flO— gs.Ofl Ilnlr. Uut Inc. C3.Mt—$2.40 IJulc. tux Inc. 'J1.80—$1.20 I.OBOB i ItuxoH $1.30 lux ln<-. Sponsored hy The MntUUur-k Musical Art Society Checks payable to LOCW'K |»o|| Thf-Blrr. Hue. «<>lf-iu]tlr<>»w<] m- vclopc for return or .Irki'ln. CHRISTMAS SWISH PAKTKV IIRA.N MUFFINS BIRTHDAY OAKRS CITY BAKERY MAI'MC ST. TKL. 81178 Often Pally 6:30 A. M. to « I". M. ANNOI.-NCKMK.NT MID- WINTER TERM POST JUNIOR COLLEGE )>h,inr t-8772 21 CVntrul Avc. HKC.INS JAN. i«), IHftO MA KM Voril I'T, \\* VOW KKI-, lti:<IIHTHAH Real Truck Bargains 1949 Chevrolet 2 ton 12' Stake Truck Very low mileage—good as new — only $1500.00. 1947 Ford '/ 2 ton Pickup — Excellent condition—only $750.00. New Ford Bonus Built Trucks from 4700 to 21500 Ills, gross vehicle weight. 87 Church St. Ford Dealer The Naugatuck Fuel Co. U.S. products arc sold by phoo shopu, hardware stores, independent tire dealers and other SMALL BUSINESSES. In America Jarge companies and small companies depend on each other. United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant Naugatuck, Conn.

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