Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 13, 1949 · Page 4
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Tuesday, December 13, 1949
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PAGE 4—NAUGATOCK NEWS (CONN.), TUKS1>AV, OKC. 13, ItMfl American League Votes To Keep Spitball Out Of Game New York, Dec. 13--(UP)—Tho Amrrican l^eafrtie ban voted unanimously to koei> the Hpltbull out of the game. Notional I^euguv owners miy they will wait to see what the bnncbu:! rutr.H committee HUKK"Hti< before voting on the spltball. Thcrc'M a posalblllty tho ruins commlltou may recommend the spltball br. leRBllzed again. The major leagiies held Hepnratr"; meetings yesterday In New York. They'll get together today or Won'- rceflday and vote on proposrila affecting both leagues. The American League did give one break to the pitchers. It paused n mlo saying all pitching mounds have to be 15 inches abovo lield l«vcl. The player* hnve waited u rule like that for n long time. They contend that the home-town frroundn-keepeni often vary the height* of the mound according -f> the, whim of. their starting-pitcher. Night Oilmen ; The American t^ajjuo aiiu straightened out some points on night gamns. It passed a rule barring a night game on the last day of a Hcrleit unless the visiting team okays It. Some clubs protested lait •ea»on that they had to play a nlg-ht game, then take a long train rid* and play an afternoon game the next day with little or no Otherwise, the American Longtio •will carry the same night game plan next season an It did thli year. Each visiting club must play four night games if tho homo club derfrcs. They can play as many night games as they want, except on Sundays and holidays. The National League spent most •f the day talking over eight amendments to the major-minor league agreement. Those amemi- ments wert> paused by the minor leagues last week at their meetlni: in Baltimore. Tlme-UmJU Later in tho day, the National (League removed time-limit restrictions on both day and night games. In the future, lights can b« turned on for afternoon gurnet threatened by darkness or poor visibility. And the night-game curlew has been wiped out. Under the old rule, no Inning could start after 12:50 in the morning. .The National 'League also voted 'o ro»toro the old twl-nlght doubleheader. National. League clubs can itart games at any hour if they dont break any city or state laws The American League already allows twi-night twin-bills. The American League was far morn conservative about limn limits. The junior circuit voted to have Preii. Will Harrkjge okay turning on lights to complete ut'i- ornoon gumes Ihrofttenfld by dark- r»oi**.,,But only when a lentn Is plnylng Its hint serins of Iho mmHoti In that city. Thiit'n the only time the American League will -illow lights to be turned on for afternoon games. The two major ICIIKUCH failed to fc-et together on CommlsHloner A. B. Chandler's request for a uniform playoff plnn If tho pennant race ends in u tic. The Natlonijl lLoague voted to stick to its beot- two-of-throe series. And the American League is staying -with l»n single 'sudden death' game. United Press Lists National Football League All-Star Team New York, Dec. 13—(UP)-Veteran Bob Waterfleld has won the quarterback berth on tho United Press National Football League ull- itar team. Waterfleld won out In one of the closest contests In 10 years. The Los Angeles Rams star beat out Tommy Thompson of tho Philit- delphla Eagles by one vote. Thompson, in turn, edged Johnny Lujack of the Chicago Boars J>y one vote. The Unltod Press football writers had an easy time picking the other backs. They named Steve Van Buren of. Philadelphia and Tony Candeo of the Green Bay Packers as halfbacks, and Pat Harder of the Chicago Cardinals as fullback. The all-star line has Tom Fears of Los Angeles and Pete Plhos of Philadelphia at the ends, Vic Scars of Philadelphia and Dick Huffman of Los Angeles at tackle, Ruy Bray of the Chicago Bears and Oarriird Ramsey of tho Cardinals at guard, nnd Frod Naumctz of Los Angeles at contor. Tho second-team buckflcld shows Thompson at quarter, Geno Roberts of the New York Giants and Elmer Angsman of tho Cardinals at the halves, and Dick Hocrncr uf Los Angeles at full. Tho uecond- Hring line consists of Ed Sprinkle and Jim Koane, both of tho BcarH, r»t end, George Connor of thn Bonr.s nnd Dick Wlldung of Green Buy at tackle Frank Kllroy and Cliff Patton, both of Philadelphia, at guard, and Vlnce Banonls of tho Cardinals at center. Highlanders To Play At Y Sunday The Naugatuck HlghlantJorK will play at tho YMCA Sunday afternoon Instead of Friday night a« Ir. >.ho past, it wns announr.f^J t,''fl,'iy bv MK'-. Milt Wolssmiin. MK.'. Wolssman «,ild that a strong som!- l ri) club will be booked today and will be announced tomorrow. Kr added that tho locals cxpocl to neld their strongest team of the tc-ason for tho Sunday afternoon tilt. All of thn ntni-H who have np- poured with the HlKhlandors In thn past are «xi»«c;ted to be back und one or two may ho oddud, he Haid. The lineup will be announced tomorrow. PHILCO R K F n i r- K u A T o n , r 1 Cu. Ft. $199.50 t. — S Year W arranty »Z Weekly VAMOUS IN NIW IN01ANO ran to TIARSI HiWINO CO. W1UIMANSCTT, MASS. 118 NO. MAIN ST. UNION CITY Phone 0491 18 CHURCH ST. TEL. 1600 Onnn Friday Till HP. M. Real Truck Bargains 1949 Chevrolet 2 ton 12' Stake Truck Very low mileage—good as new — only $1500.00. 1947 Ford l / 2 ton Pickup — Excellent con dition—only $750.00. New Ford Bonus Built Trucks from 4700 to 21500 Ibs. gross vehicle weight. 87 Church St. Ford Dealer The Naugatuck Fuel Co. Ramblers Still Trail Providence By Two Points In AHL Race Now York Tho won (lii'lr unly K unrt ntuint tilncd » nin ovnr Bnffiilo which worn llnl I'rnvUlrnci* llwiln IIH- of Din w.-i'U i.wn pulnl, imir- nnil N«w Hnvun In the MiiHi.crn OivlHlun of l.hc Aninrlcnn Hi.clu>y ',U-HKUC. KprltiKfli'ld WIIM riiiirtl'i, anoDiftr jmjnl hnhlrtd. Th/- I£.J<|H hud Iho MdviinliiKi' "f hnvln< plnyi-d IOHK numpfj (hnn Dmlr l-ivfiln. Clovoliind <-iniUniii!<l to pllr up u biK Iniid In t.hi! wiuilorn Hdcllon nnd led by nlnw point.-) over St. LnulH. PittHlini-Kh and Iiulfiiriiipn!lH v. en- tli:d for third, four polnto after thi! Kly«i-B. This veteran I,OH DoujiliiH of Olnv<!lancl look a compliH<> monopoly on thn Individual HI:OI-|IIK bcliiK on top In all Ihroc di.jjn.-l- monls. Ho Imil a loUil of -l-l points, comprised of 18 \ri,n\t', anil 20 luiHlniii in Hr> KUHHIII. Tim iinari-Hl rival fi.r ODU^IIIM |n polntH WIIH Johnny Child of ProvkloiK-i' who hud M,. Harvey Fni.icr, nlHo of tin, R,M]M WIIN imx'l with 33, followed by Jf,.|vlti 'Biir- nntt, brilllunt HprltiKfl'dd rook!,! who hud 32 und Uoy JCplly of C.'levr- liuid with 31. The dnbloiiH lille of li-a(cu(- "had man" Htlll beloiiKOd In .loi, L (! pi n n ol' Cincinnati, who led In penally mlniilps with 82. Gil Mayor, Pltl*- n '"'k'h 1-,'oaltencler, wan tin. | )f , H |. ••{ tho niilmlndf.r." with nn avera|-i- of 2.fi8 on 07 tfoal.M allowed In ai Karnox. Hlu only clowe rival was another diminutive i-n^e guardian 'ilttlo Connlo Dion of Buff'ulo who had nn averai-* of 2.fi3. Dion and Terry Sawchnh of Jmllnnnpni's won- ll<!d In HbntnulH. having two cadi. Cleveland nnd Providone,i> wer.- «t!ll the only learns to huvo HCOI'-'O.-! more than 100 Koalu, with th" liaroriK on top wiu, ]25. r:umpared to !OH for thn Kudu. Cincinnati had allowed the moHt. 11H, and Hur.shcy with 1()3 WIIH next, Indlanupolin took over the team penalty lend, having a total of ;jl() rnlniitDH, Charles Named "Boxer Of Year" New York, Dee. 13- (IJl')--N-B- \ henvywelj.;ht uhiunplon ISxzard Charlca him heen voted the ICd- warcl Nell |ilai|iii! ,hy the New York BoxinK Writ eriiiKiHoclal Ion. Ohiirh-.M will be honored for contrlbiiUn/.; the mo.Ht to boxing in 19-19. Charlen WIIB a unanlmpiiB choice for the pla(|iio bucdUHit of hl« fivt; Htrnliiht victories thi.4 year, .lie knocked out .Johnny Ha'yneH and outpointed Joey Maxim curly In the yi.'uc. In June, Charlen won a 15- round cleclHion from Jersey Joe Wal- •ott for the N-].i-A heavyweight Utle. Jle IM recognized an champion In every Htale except New York. Discuss Formation Of Auxiliaries For Aeries Of Eagles The formallon of a Indies' auxll- larlen thrnuuh the utate w»« dlH- '•UHKed .Sunday ni«ht by John J. Horrl);an, (M:itrlet. illrerlor of the Kaj;loM, at a m«nt.lni{ held by ihi, Naunaluck Aerie of Kn K \ CH In Hit hall on Oali iit.reet. John .1. Hum.'), pri!.Hldent. announced that the local aerie IH form- In); a ladlcii' auxiliary, uiulor thn organization of MrH. .John Sheldon. Hnprewenl/it I ve.M were prcHent n.(. tho meeting from Waterbury, Merl- den, Wallln^ford and this borough. Wntnrbtiry Acrlo of Katies won 'he bowling tournament, nnd Wal- lln«ford Acrlc was winner of Iho c'.ai-d plitylnK Loiirniiminil. Thn winners will compote in thn stuto play- offn to be held In Walerbury .Tan. TKI,. 404 WKIX, THlfRS. :ill<l "RIDE 'EM COWBOY" wlih /iiid Abbott I.ou CoNtclhi "SKY DRAGON" with Roluntl Wlnti>r» Dusty League Names All-Stars To Oppose Cover Girls Quintet Risdon, Chemical Tilt Features Dusty Slate Tomorrow The feature of tomorrow nlght'ti IndUHtrlal Liackotball J./caKue program fma.po« up an a. battle of the undefeated, with N a u g a t \i c U •Chemical and Risdon 'Mfg. Co., each with one victory nnd no UMB- es, colliding in a battle which in ox-pooled to eliminate one contender for first round honors. Chemical, which defeated Kmd- ,ern Mallablc Iron in the first, week of piny, drew a bye )o.»t wenk. Hlodon had the bye the opening week and routed NauuuLtick Olasii lasl week. Tho winners of Urtnoi- row'ri clash will move Into a first pljuio tie with U. 8. Rubber, which him a l>ye tomorrow. Rubber ban two win.-i and no UIRMON. The Ilrnl game tomorrow wlU Hhow JilM'I and Nuugatuck OliiHH, riich with two IiWHtw and no wins, Iron's height IH expected to 51.1-0- vldc- the dllTercncc between the two, Thn Iron-Glass game is slated for B o'clock and the Chetnlcul- Kliidun battle for (I. Central-St. Francis' Meet In Grammar Loop Feature Tomorrow Central avenue anil St.. Franeln' collide tomorrow afternoon In it game which IM expected to ollml- nuln one of the contendern for first round honors In the NaiiKa- tuck Grammar School BaHkotbaU Both teams are undefeated In two garne-i to date. St. Franc In 1 rolled over St. Hi-dwlg'ti and Ihen edgiul Prospect, while Central 1-oiit- •:d Prospect and thon edged out n fighting Salem school crew. The program will open at :i-.|fi ./clock when St. Hedwlg'n tai-ew on Salem. Both teams have yet to win Tho Cuntrnl-St. FrunclH 1 tilt, will follow, with undefeated Hop Brook meeting Prospect In the finale. Parker Resigns As Chicago's Coach (By Uniled I'rrwt) Tho Chicago Cardinals confirmed late yesterday afternoon that Head Coach Ruddy Parker has resigned. Parkfir's resignation came one day after hln team lost a 52-21 doclfilon to the Chicago Rears. Cardinal I'resident Kay Hennlj-.wn Hays: "Parker has tendered his resignation as head coach and It has been accepted." Parker look over us head coach I" October nr ,d | n ,, tl , llm VW1|) fol|1 , *t two, and tied orio from then on. Amiliitiinl Coach Dick .Plasman resigned with I'urker. A club spokeH- ni'J.-i said U IH too early to talk of. a replacement, for Parker. e been Y In- It WII.M n nnoiinced today thai op- lioriuiilii Tor the New York Cover Olrlw and the NatiKa.liiek laruleni on .liumnry IH hav J'.clcclrd by Dili Niuij;lituclt diintrlal Council, The two feature Ica.niM will fare nr|\inclii eoinponed of Ninu;n,tiH'.li IndiiMlrlnl p!»y«r;i, I'Vwrlng (.he world oh/implon C'uver Oil-In will be Boh MnDi'l-moU, iT.,cm Creddo, Doc Blanchard of C h o m 1 c 1.1 1 ; Oeui-Bo UUo and 16m 1 1 Jura.wlc'/, of Ftlndtm; .Jack • I'Ytiln nnd Charlen Wojiick of U. H. Uiibhur Mill Rawlliiftori of IfioHtoi-n Ma.lle- n bit; Iron, Joe Petlno of NHIIKII- tuck CMiiHH and Coach Charlie Terry. The Hecnncl attraction of the evening will i-diow the highly* ruled HlKhlnnd'crs oipprwln/j- Fi'itnlc Wo- .jflck and Vln Hopklna of I'laHtrrn Mallnmble Iron. .Ion Arlola and Utll Miint;o!n of NiuiKntiic.k riliuiti, Joe tlrtxly niul ICd CicMHeck of .Uliih don, Tom TCdmundH and Kd Fiir- tado of iho l'*ootwear 'Pla.nt anrl T'hll Ni>i-ton of the JViniBalurk Cliemlcal. Charlie Fink will direct maiHMiver.M, Tlcketi! for iho 1,'amen which urn n«-\nif itpnnHnred :\» part ol' tho Niiuwituelt Y- IndiiKtrlnl Council !>rn« will JTO on mile <o.lny In nH rnemiher-plnnte and mny ;il«o he obtained at the YMCA. 'nem.-ilnl Irur ticket,, will not K<1 „„ .public Male until next we.ek, but romirva- tlon.M .mny bo mnde with member... of tho CotinuIlM fSonrd of Dlreclcii»i or vvllh Milt Wi>iHm,,. n , mnnnK,:r of the Highlander.-). All prolltti derived from the frnmes will j;,, tovvanH the pnr- chaHo of a televlHlon act for the YMCA. boyn' lobby. AUhdURh .sciiHon tickets In the Wnim.-nt.iok rnduMlrl.,1 Council H.'I.H- ke.Lbn.ll I.nnjfii,. win „,,(. ,„, „,.,„,„,, for thofie ffnmctji bo]dcrn ,,f MUPI, tlckolfi will be «lven preference In the pui'cbnKe of ticket.'!. Irish To Play Eight Games Next Season South Bend. Tnd., Dec. 13 (UP) •-The Notre Dnmc football tnir/i will i>lay nine jjamea next year. wltli Pil.t.Hburi;h l.he only newcomer on the schedule. Houtiinrn Meth- odl.Ht nnd the University of Wa»h- IriJtton rire helnn dropped. The Irish open their campaign Sept. 30 n(.jrilnst North Cnrollnn, Tlinn come Purdue, Tulane. rn- dlana, Michigan Slate, Nnvy, Pltt.H- biifKli Jowa iirid .Southern Cui- Hornla. The 1950 season will be the eighth for Couch Frank Lonhy »t. Notre' Dame, r.eahy's r(u-ord at. South Bend In one of the bent. In hlntory, 00 victories, three IOHHO-I and five ties, Notre Dame himri'l lost since T.enhy, returned from ,'ievvlce at l.he of the 7.3H season. . Visit Our TOYLANI) OALLAOHER'S HARDWARE 17M IVIACI.E STICICKT Dnllvnry 23 N. H. S. Students Awarded Varsity Football Letters Twenly-lhree vnriilty football lel- lerH were nwarded to motriburn of '.he Nnuj.;nlijrk J'lljfh Hehoul foot- bull teuiu l.hls yenr. It wiui :t.n- 'lounced today by Principal Raymond K. Foloy. Tho list, IneludeH 'I'Z pltiyern ami ntudent iriannKe.r Dob I'oyiiton. Requirements lire Hint n player muiit pui tlepatu In nt leant half of the rcxularly tielied- 'Jled KuineM. 'I'hosu recelvlnj; letters were: Trl- Cnptaliui Charlie Ale|,;l, Hob Hnb- tuy nnd Jnck Cut-roll, Claruneo Schiller, Dick MoruiKhnn, Bud Dl- Miirln, lild White, Ken Clymer, (Jeoi-Ke Mltcbell, .lack O'J.?rlen, Pete Pas.'iock, John Brndy, Don Fowler, Alan Johnson, Alan Crosswnlt, Bryant. K:rkenon.ll, Bob Sellnnke, liill MntoH, Manny Malos, Bei'nie Donnelly, Hob While. Jimmy Mc.Cnnn nnd Mnnagei- Poynton. Bing Juckes Quits N. H. Ramblers New Haven, One. i;i (Hp)--Kd- w'nrd Winston (Uluf?) Junites Iris <|iiH the New Hnvon linmblers Imckey sffiinri. JncltM wnlkod out after his ro- c|iir>Kt for a tninsfer to anotlier lUingiu- farm club, SI. Paul win- tin-Mud (town. Thi) Itumblers an: tnkiriK steps to huvu Jilni HUS- pended indefinitely from all pro- I'eHHlunal hockey. Fred Haas Wins Miami Open Playoff Miami, inn., Dec. 1.3 (UP) -The New Orleanu pro. Freddy l-l'infi, Jr., has won the $10,000 Miami Open Oolf Toiirnamenl. In an 1K- I'olu playoff with Bob Hamilton of Lamlover, Maryland. HIIUH curded 11 Iwo-under par (18, Hamilton, a. 70. The win means, $2,000 to Hum, ilnmlllon |,'ets $1,400. OAS I'H'1<; NKTWOHK There are 17,000 more miles of natural Kns pipelines, than there arc miles of railroad In tho U. 8. UConn Linemen Name Co-Captains Storm, Dec. 13 'UP) -- Tw.i linemen will serve ns co-<:nptain< of the HIM) University of Conneotl- ( lit foolhnll fiMim. Head Coach J. (), Christian nr noiirioen Unit >he him appolnfe I Inclilii Tliml Hobieiikl of Morl<l'-ii, and end Charlny ChriHtenson of ALCAZAR NOW l'I,AYIN(; "ILLEGAL ENTRY" with Gvorgci nrc,nt; _ Howard Puff WU.II HIM. IIICKOK SKKIM. New Fjondon. Kobi'-pVi w,,n !-.. :-. abl<? mention on the t'i.iu-,1 i-: All-New KnKinnd j^rid N-arn (,! !' HOIlTWOOO'i CllCBlUC' RHQTHI* CPU f^ffyy^f^^^i^l ^ V ••**•» John WAYNE~i Vero RALSTON J The FIGHTING KENTUCKIAN KXPKIIT BODY VVOUK Completo J'alnlltijf yuclMH,.,, Wn-cltnr and Towlni; Knrvlco Plim The Naugatuck Fuel Co. KOHI) UKAMCK Phonn B230 ORDER NOW If You Want a MUSICAL INSTRUMENT for CHRISTMAS Everything Prom a Piccolo to a Sousaphono 7EMBRUSKI Mil Kill SlHIJI NOHTH MAIN ST. TEL 3807 Open 'I Imrs. and Frl. 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