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PACE 4—IfAPOATUCK TTOW8 (CONN.). WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14, 1949 Highlanders To Play Strong Marlin Gunners Sunday At Y Locals To Field Strongest Team Of Season The Mnrlln Gunners of New Haven have been booked to play the N»ug(rtuck Highlanders Sun dmy afternoon on the YMCA court, It was announced today by Mgr. Milt Welsnnan. The Gunners boast of one of tli«j stronger teams In the state and have in their lineup the 1847 New Haven Hlllhouse State Champions. Intact. Included arc high-scoring Bob StefanowHkl, Ed Knpabok, Joe Barbato. Joe Mncknls, Frank Tempcey and Tony Yanavec. The Gunners feature a big, faat team with a tight zone dofenso. They recently recorded a victory over the Sfng Sing prison quintet, becoming the first team to best them thli year. The pocals will counter with what ahould V$> <he1r etronicest lineup of the year, Mgr. Wols.H- nian reported. The starting lineup for the Highlanders will *how tho Mealy twlni. Vl n and Joe, at guard*. Red Ryan at cenlnr and Vlnnla Drake and Bob Markovlc •t forward!. In reserve will tut Hank Swlrskl, Sonny Onalzdowak!, Bob Jones, Jack Quint and several others. The game shapes up as one of the best to be offered hero thun far this season. Thn Highlanders have played throe games to dato on the YMCA court, wore underdogs In nil three and havo won all three, upsetting the Anaonla Norwoods, tho Torrlnglon Triangles and the New Haven Roess- lers. Tho season's record for ihe locals now stands at five wlna and three losses. The feature game Is slated to icu on al 3:15 o'clock. It will bn pro- ceeded by a preliminary pame bo- twecn two teams wiadc up of col- 'lettc students, former Naugatuck High athletes. Co. F. Scores 3-0 Upset Over Mazeika's Five; Sam's Wins Co. F upset thn front-running Mazulka'ii five In the Independent Bowling League last night, 3-0, to cut the lenders' first place margin to six games over second place Snrn'n Service. The winners took tho first B«mo by 70 pins and then copped the last two by nix pin marRins from t.hc league loadcm, who wero mlnun one man. Charlie Vercankl paced the wlnncrw, rolling Btrlngw of 101, 124 and 04. For the loHora, Jack Painter was high man with 119, 118 and 104. Sam's Service also won three games, winning easily over the Nnu- ifatuck NOWK entry. The winners ha<l trouble only In the Hecond (ramn, which they won by five plnH. Bob Painter waa high man for Sam's with 108. 107 and lofl. Jim /Ujuavla rolled strlngn of 109, 100 and 110 for the News. In tbe final match of the evening, the Dalton Guardu swept 'hree gnmefl from tho Coffee Shop 'o move ahead of the NOWB Into fourth place in the standings. Ken Btauffer and Johnny Ganpor worn high for thn wlnnom. Johnny MacDonald lopped the loners The (standings: vr „ , W L Pc <- Muzeika n 34 5 372 Ham's Service 28 11 718 Co- F .21 IS .'(538 2 uarda lf> 25 .384 £ OW . 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Baby Cttrrtagel Bloreies, Soldering LAWN MOWEH8 BMAHp-JfED «W Rnbber Ave. Phone M77 B U T K U B \tUntio Service Station Fern and duwtnat Bta. NOW OPEN! t Atlantic Top Grade Oil Mo-35e TED'S AUTO BODY WORKS 17 HOTC1IKIS8 BT. TKL. 61BU — Collision Spmlallite — —Bodies — Auto Painting Towing Service COMBINATION ALUMINUM BTORM WINDOWS * DOOB8 (TEW ENGLAND SALES CO , AL8CO «83 Bank Ht., Wnterbury Phone 4-9210 Sophomores Nip Seniors, 37-33, In Overtime Period BnHknta by Dclnnoy und Sivn- bury gavn the SophomorcH u 37-33 •victory over tho Sonlcim In fin overtime period, In a NnugnUick High School Intcr-ClttKH Biinknth.ill 'Longim K'lmt- Inat nlRht on tho lilRh Hchool court. The nooi-0 wnn dnndlocknd nt 33"II "t the end of tho regulation time, hul the pair camn through with their hnakntH In the oxtrn snHBlon to provide thn Sophs with their flrut vlcolry af;iUnxt ono do- fent. | The Scnlorn led, 8-4, at the end of the first period, but fell bohlnd, 38O-J, ttl thn half. Thp ijpperclnm- mon rnlllnd to frit nhnml, 2r>-2r-, "t thi) (tnd of t.hn third pnrlod, but.' Ihroo biiBkelH by Doluru'y mid ur.- oth«r by Tuckoy tlml tho ncore JIIHI before the end. Deluney wrm hlRh man for tho wlnncrti with 19 polntH. Rodmin i-corcd cl K ht. For the Sonior-t, Klrkcndiill hud 12 and Polnton H!X. In Iho Hot-ond K i,m., of (tin eve. nlnjf, tho Junlorn nioordnd their Hoeoncl HlrnlKht victory, | )y edKln f out tho Freshmen, 41-38. Th« wln- ncVH hud to rally In thn final period nftor trailing all tho wny to pull tho jra-mo out of the fire Thn Fro»h Jumped off to an I'M 'cud at tho end of tho quarter 'P»cod by Johnny Carey who dumped In «lx polntH. Curoy eon. t.nued to net tho pnco In the HC'."- ond quarter, Mt: orln K nine mon-. polntH to boom hl H mutes Into u •S4-10 bulKe ut the half. Tho Junloi-H opened up In thn third period and hold Itio Fi-osh to two banltotB whllo Mccirlnjr nlno polntj making the noore 2R-25. Ss-.c/.epkow- Hltl anil YtirklHiLltln nm:h sno^e I tlx polntH In tho final period to boost Dm wlnnni'H Into Iho lead Szcssopknwskl wns hl K h man for Iho wlnnors with 14 polntH whll • YurkUnlllH had 12. Carey with 1,1 end Torbcrt and Kln K with ol*ht each paced tho Frosh. COJ.I.ICOK BANKKTBAI,!, Holy Cross 85, Dartmouth 53 Coign fa S3, NYU 78. Oborlln Oil, Fnnn 50. Kant Carolina Toucher* (52, Cal- State College 76, Alcorn 015. Ashliind B4. Cuclrtrvllln fi.'i, Hhepherd 07, Halom 61. I'll I'll no HI, Oriike 81. Indiana 01, HePaul B5. MiiHfclnjfiim 7fi Murlnlln 00 I>».Vton 6B, Mliunl (O.) CO nichnmnd 00, Qimnlleo MarlnoH (JI. Furman (II, Wofford 52 KrBldno 72, Piedmont 57 WoHtcrn Kentucky 07, Goon/clown (Ky.) 48. MorrlH Harvey 75, West Va. Woa- iyin OS, Wl«c,m«ln 50, Notre Dame 48 West Llborty 01, Fairmont 60 Appalachian Stale flit, CJullford 52 J'lndlay flu. l)eflamu.. 83 Monmotilh 4B, Grlnrioll S7 Newark 54, Arnold Bl. Harvard 5-1. BiiHton College 4[> MliiHourl B4. Texas ChrlHtlnn 45' ^Eastern Kentucky 02, IxnilHvlllo JOuqucHno 55, Now Mexico 36 Manhattan 73, John MarMhan'«8 ^ » « . Marshall 63, Urninus l B |nnd 38 Oklahoma A & . Ambrose 05, Central (Iowa) , TKI,. 404 [TODAY, TIIURS. :in<l FRIDAY "RIDE 'EM COWBOY" with Hurt Abbott I xiu "SKY DRAGON" with Itolnnd Wlntnra Koyo Lufc<. OHRYSLEE and PLYMOUTH O. M. 0. TRUCKS J. C. Raytkwich, JR. AOCEBBORIBS Repairing 106 MOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone 4090 K.1IUO — I'K^KVISION R.C.A. — Admiral Tnlxvliilnn and Service SWAN'S Klec.trlcnl Cunt.ractorii Since 1D2S 2fl CKDAR ST. TKL. M74 SMART SMART OIFTH 1H69 NO. MAIN, ST. WATRHBITRY EXI'KHT BODY WORK Complete 1'alntlnK FuclUtle* Wrecker and Towing Snrvlce KdllmuteN FurnlHhnd Budget Tlan Available The Naugatuck Fuel Oo. FOItll IIKALEH Phone B2S6 Chemical Favored Over Risdon In Dusty Feature Tonight YMCA Midgets Play In Feature Game On Program The Y ACOH and the Highland Avenue Juniors, two YMCA Mldtfet basketball teams, will piny In tlm fntituro 'Kumo on tho TnduAtrfiiL Bnskutbnlt 'Lurijjun prnjfram nt t.he YMCA this ovnnlnf,'. The plnt-Hlzmi hoopstors will clash at 7:15 o'clock, following which EMI playn Glaus and Nnugatuck Chemical takes on ftlndon. Playing with the Aces will be Tommy Hcarns, Brlen O'Neill, Frank Monahan, Jack Christie and Jimmy FII/.Rerald. Tn ncllon for the Junlorn will bn Jlrn I'uUH, JCM Dlnneny, Jim Murphy, Al .lonnphn und Ed niiK'in. Eastern Malleable Iron and Na•:- Kuluck Glass collide at. 8 oclock In a battle of the unvlctorlous. Both terunH hnvn lost heir first, two r.tart.H, Trim bowlnj; to Chnmiu il and U, H. Rubber arid OlaMH KOi»K down bnforo nnbbnr and Rlsdon. Thn Ironmen are favored to record I heir first victory over the MidgntB. Tho feature game of tho evening will show Chemical, the defending champions, Kolng tiKaln^t Himlon, last year's runncrs-up. Both toumn have won Ihclr only HtnrtH and the tfnmo tt hould be u nlp-and-turk affair all thu w.jy. Chemical IH a slight favorite to make It two victories In a row. U. S. Rubber, currently In flr_t place in tho standings with two wins and no lonseH, him a byo tonight. , The standings: U. 8. Kubbei Chemical .... lilsdon E.M.I Class W. . 2 . 1 . 1 . O . 0 u 0 0 0 2 2 Pc.l. 1.000 1,001) 1.000 .00!) .000 Ted Lindsay Still Setting Scoring Pace In Nat. Hockey Loop MndHoy wiiit week, but HUH i' In tho Natlon- pulnt H"a-thorlnK (My Uiilloi The viilrnm Tiwl hold Ncnri'losn l/i H t ollnx-H In Ili'Ml. placi Ml Mocllny IJII doparliuiorit. I,lmlnay and two Dntrolt tcam- niatm. am rl'ifhl u,j thoru In tlm iicorlrifr race, I.lndnay hai* 30 polntH, Sid Ail)nl IH tied for wccojid with 20 (flolnts and Oordlo Howo is deadlocked for firth Hpo t w i t h 23 points Doux Dnnllny of ChlcaKr, him 20 -|iolnt;i alonff with Abol Maurice Itlchard of Montreal IB fourth with 2.1 n,,lntii. Hill Mosl,,,,- lio of Chlr.-i.ifo IUIH 23 points, the mi.nio an I-Iown, Bill Dnirmun of Montreal IB tho loading , f oall« with » n nvurvan of 1-1*2 per ffuTOd. rxctrolt'a Harry Lurn.lcy I H aocond with a 2,31 aver'•"•go. ALCAZAR NOW 1'I.AVING Wllllaiiin Hlr-itrilo Monliillmn In "FIESTA" nnd Randolph Hcott — (larharii ^ALBUQUERQUE" Wiitnrliury TONIGHT Onn Nile Only CHARLES L. WAGNER Thn ICvor Pnpulur llnubln Bill CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA mill I PAGLIACCI Mall Order* Killed In Order of Ilncolpt PRICKH Orch. tux Inti. $fMM>—la.rti) lliilu. tux liu'. $:i,IHl—$2.11) Hale, lux Inn. T.I.HII—$l.2« I-OROM & HOXUH $I.HO tux Inc. S;ion«or.'d by T'ho Miidlilurk MiMliutl Art MiK-lnly Chohk« pnynlil<> (, ( I.OIIW'H I'oll Theatrn. Hue. Ni-lf-udilrnMNitd BII- vclopn.for rrtlirn of '.IchotN. mnci >mr»ci c«nr mmi WAYNE! _ Vera RALSTON || The FIGHTING KENTUCKIAM Hilllf DOKH - Ollyi, HAKDY Mart, WINDSOK 2nd HITI "PROJECT X" • MEXT rni t iAT •• OH IMOI IN MMON •-•1C ACTS VOOVU-t ON SOKIN. P-A Club Blanks Jepson's, 3-0, In Commercial League The Pollah-AmcM-lcan Club do- fnntod JnpHon'H, 3-0, In Commorclal Bowllnp League rnalchnH IhlH woek, paced by A. Dugalx who turned In wt.rlnKH of 10, 120 and 13f> for a 370 act, Bill Jopnon WIIH high mini for the losers with a 310 total. The Valley Grill took two RamcH frr>m tho A & P. winning thn first two and dropping tlm third. II Pratt with Mil, 117 and 111 wan high for Hut CJrlll. C. Ontropd<l paced thc.lOHt'ra with 110, D.'i and 120. Bul.hany Storo dufentod Naugatuck Fuel, 2-1, behind l.h« bowling of J. Hawklnn, Jr.. and J. Hawkins, Sr. M Morunkn. waH t.hn losorn 1 bent! Tri I hn final mntrli of l|,n ,, V c- nlng, nill'n ninur won Ihrnti from Bill's Oil, by forfeit. "Coaltown" Named Horse Of The Year BMtlmoro, Doc. 14—(U P) The record-netting "Conlf.own" rompnd to an OOHV victory In th<> "llor«n () f the Year" [jlakiu conducted by tho Turf nnd Bport nif^st. Coaltown, which won 12 out of IS ln«t neason nnd Unbilled micond thn other throo tlnwiH, rorolvnd :102 out of 203 -wteM cnat by radio corn- m^ntaloifi. turf wrltern and i|pk-,rln nrlllorfl. Thn cloHuut rival to the Oaluimit MoeodHtor wmt Ornuntroa Htn.blo> "C'n.pot." Capol wmi an easy winner a>i tho Ihrce-yourold of Die your Alfred Vandoi1l>l-U'n 7Hnd O' 'ROHOH" wn« votad tho twn-ynnr-old Tilly of 1»4fl "Oil Ca-pltiU" walked off with Iwo- yrar-old cnlt-oMhoyciur honor,!. SCIIOLAHTIO HASKKTBAtr, Annonla 54, Wllhy 40. Thomnnton 71 Wnnhlnnton 70 Olllmrt ;t7, Torryvllln ,'IB. Olvlor Wolcolt a5, MorrlH 2ft Now Milford 34, Mtohflcld 33 Nolrn name 47, Brnnford 40 Hullard-HuVKnH 4!l, Kalrfltilil Prop Oanbllry 70, W/irrnn Harding 5!! M. Dulkfilny 40. ISnHt. llnrtfrird 20 Harlford UConn JayviicM III St ThnmiiH 2(1. Mlddlolown 415, WnlhorBflold 30. OIl/UMTMAU LOUI' St Hodwlg's play» Salem, Central Avenue meets St. Francis' nnd Hop Brook tnkoH on Prospect Street In arnmmar H ,- h ,,,, | Bunkotball l^onguo KamuH thlw afternoon on tho high school court. Tho flrt. 1 . Hit In Mlalod for 3:45 oclock. Sammy Baugh Wins Nat. League Passing Title For Sixth Time Philadelphia, TH-c. 11 fU.P1- AirclMHH Hnrnimy 7iavi«h of tho Wanhlnffton KodMklnit IIUM won Iho National Foolliull league pn.islriK title for tho sixth tlmo. And harfl-hlUInK S'lovo Vnn Huron of tho Ch.'vmplon Plilladcl- phla Kiuflox In tho liMijfjuoi-i londliiK Kroiind K-aln«r for the third •HtralKht year. Final flguruH «how BaiiKh with n paflsInK .avornjfc of 5(i.!). Johnny I--ujack of Iho Chicago Beam wai) Honond and 1 Tommy ThumpHon of tho Eagles third. Van Buron gnlned 1.14(1 yards for a now loii.j;iio mark.. .thn fourth tlmo In nix yp/im Vnn Burnn IIUM won It, 'I'ony C.'nniuloo of Ormm l!»y und IClmnr Atii;nmnn of l.lio Chicago Cn.rdH woro runnei'HUp. Tom Fears of Ixm Anj;oloH wa« tlin Umxllnig- paon rncolvor with 77 comiP'lotlonl*. Gono Roberts of the Now York GlantK and Pat Harder of Iho Onrdn I kid for Iho nc(irlii|r till" wllh 102 iiolntii (ijiloce. Tho Chlf:n.|fo BOIU'H run away with offnnxlvii honcii'H In the NII^- llonal IrtiiKua whilo Uio (Phlludol- phla HJiiiKliiH proved to bo Iho loughost teaaii to g-ain ground nfmlntrt.. Tho Bourn llnlwhi-il iwwonil to Ijtm An«Bl(!fi In tlKt WiiRtnrn Dlvldlon raco but topped tho Hams by 300 yardH )ri tola) offcnnn with 4.WI3. Tho T:II«|OH allowed opponontu only 2,82(1 ynrdH during tho Herilwn. Tho Beai-w, with Johnny Lujaclt. woro thn tap, pausing loam In t.ho r..oa(fii(.. Tlio Hnimii woro nccond. ( Tho ICniKiloH, 'Riuiui nnd <:hlcaffo C'/inlH Uod for totnl </>uchdowi)K with 48 apiece. The Eaclo* l«d In MoHrln-K with 3(1-1 polnlx. Mikan Closing In On Gprza In N B. A. Scoring Race Now York, Dec. 14- (U P--Rig •George Mlka.n of the Minnenpolis I.aUei-M iti closing In on Alex Gro7.n of 1'ndliinnpoHM In ,the Nadcinnf Basketball art?,»i;iatlon s c o r I n g race. Tin- lat«rst figures show f !rn'/..'i. who has H'd the scorers since 1he opening of Ihfl iinannn, hnn hit for WK> points In 23 games. Mikan, In three f(!.wer gamcM, ban ncored 5r>ri lpits, Groga. has a.n uveraKe of 24,3 to Mllmn'ii 27,8. •Too Fulks of PhllndHmhln third In l.hc n<:orlng department, distant third with .'iKO jiolnls. Dick Mchun of Watci'loo haw tho highest scoring percentage. 'Mehcn has hit from the floor at a .459 per rent. clip. Dlstrlrl cl KniiKntiK' C'lurl. J»,-o. 12 I!i4 . V'STATK <rl .h ill 1'ATIlJi'K. l;il, ,,! I:. mild DlHlricl. ,lcv.';r cil. 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