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PAGE •—NAVGATVCK NEWS <CONN.). THURSDAY, DEC. 15, 1049 Central Upsets St. Francis'; Salem, Hop Brook Triumph Saints Lose First Game In Over Two Years By KENNY CLYMER Bnlem. Central, and Hop Brook were rletorioua in the Grammar School League games played In the high school gym yesterday utter- noon. Central and Hop Brook are now tied for first place, with three victories apiece. The flrirt game of the afternoon «*w two unvlctoriouff team* facing e»ch other, with Sulnm defeating St. Hed wig's 41-27. Balem jumped off to n 0-0 lead *t the close of the flr.it quarter, and tal 21-10 at the half. Both teams played on even t«rms In the third period with Salem leading 31-20 at the end of It. L«rrv Terra, and T>mtg Olson wKh 15 and 11 points respectively {weed the winner* attack, while Ray Bobleranxkl with 14 was high for the St. Hedwlg's club. Jumping- of to a faat start Central pulled a surprising 36-23 up- Mi victory over St. Francis, in the afternoon's second game. With the two Hull brothers, Jimmy and Jackie, and Frank Montonl •»ch Hearing two hoops apiece Central l«d «t the close of the flr H t quarter, 12-2. Jim Hull and Frank Montonl dumped In 10 points between them as the Central Avenue club moved Into a 24-B advantage •t the hulf. Jackie Hutt set the pace for Central tut they continued the rout and led 32-18 nt tho close of th« third canto. Frank Montonl and Jim Hutt with 13 points each and Jackie Hutt *rlth eight led tho Central attack, •while Best wnn high for th« loiters with 13 points. "Junior" Martin threw In a set •hot from half court at the final gun to glvo Hop Brook a 29-28 vlc- tery over a fighting Prospect team la the final game. Martin's shot had just loft hlii ring*rtlp« when thn gun went off Mid Bailed straight through the m»«h««. to give tho game one of the most amazing flnlshen seen In ft Grammar school game In many years. Hop Brook led 4-3 at the close of the first period, but the two teams were deadlocked 8-ull at the half. Hop, Brook jumped Into a 2218 lead at the close of the third canto, but Prospect came fighting bock to take the lead with a minute to go and almost won tho game, but Martin's IAM minute desperation •hot caused their downfall. Mnriln with 16 points was high man for the winners, while Van- ditto wtlh 18 and Moonoy with 11 kept Pronpoct In the game. Thn Htandlnit W, L. Pet H"" 11 "" 1 3 0 1000 Hop Brook 3 0 10QO St. Francis 2 1 .667 *" em 1 2 .333 Prospect 0 8 ,000 St, H«dwlg'g 03 ,006 Chemical Bowlers Lead Dusty League By Three Games Games rolled In the American Division of the Dusty Bowling I.eatrue this week show the Che.-nj- cal Co. bowlorn out In front of the U. S. Rubber by three gameii with only two weeks remaining In the flrfit half of the wcnson. Bristol Co. surprised the Chemical boys by winning the Una! game by a »lngl« pin after lowing the flrst two games by large margins. Frank B^hlman hit n 1W> score for Bristol which was just too much tor the Chemical team to overcome. Behlman also led his team for throe gamon with 348. Loul« Trlano of Chemical rolled guinea of 132, 124 ,111 for a 367 tola!. The W. J. Mvgln team sot some kind of a record by rolling three consecutive ffam-en of 526 for a 1578 total, In winning two games from the Klsdon Mfg. Co. Wally Bcrn- atis airaln led the Megin team, wllh a high game of 143 and three strings of 308, •while "Pop" Johnson was high man for Rlsdon with ". "-'Pf 10 Kamo '" W and a total of 353. Tho Post Office team showed a reversal of form in winning three »nmen from Synthetic and rolling ?«.« M . ° f M9 ' M8 and 055 '"•• a J«J2 total. Schoflcld and Dowling led the Pogt Office attack with scorcn of SM and M4 riu.poctlvi.lv «nd li;,wt,, HoRun of Synth.-tlc rolled a 333 total. "yin-ut U. 3. n nbbor overcanto the handlcnp of having onlv four men present and won over E M 1 bv RAMOS IRON WORKS TKLBPH01IK MTI THE CHINA INN .11 Harrison Avr. Watorbun ClMod All Day Monday! TvMdajr thru Friday Open 10 A. M. to 10 P. Bt .fteturday ll A. M. to It Mldnlcht 12 Niton to It Midnight Visit Our TOYLAND OALLAOHBE'S HABDWAR2 118 MAPLK STUEKT ,Fw» Delivery TelophoM BM< ASfcOBTKD KOLLS ECLAJHS 9TKTI1DAV CAKKS aTY BAKERY MA.PLR ST. TBI.. SSTH Open Daily 9.SO A. M. to 6 P. M. TBD'S AOTO BODY WORKS »1 UOTOHK1M «T. =»«Mj. n — BmURi —, Auto TOWIIIJ oWTViO^ COMBINATION AI^VMINCM jtroRM WINDOWS 4 nootu •FEW ENOLAKD BALES CO AL800 •tt Bwik St. WatnrlMffy Phonfi 4-M19 . The charrmomi^ip of tbf half v/lh pr^utlv ', decided wer,< wh)! , n ,, hl)()r moa "'I In the fftatnio ir.ntch, Greyhounds Go After Second Win Against Wilby Saturday Nnugntuck High School's hoop- Jlors go after their iincond victory In three gtartg Satlirdny night' when thoy travel to Watnrburv io play Wllby High In a Niiugnuc" Valley league game. The tilt will be pnri of n double hondnr. wilb I,en von worth host to Wilbur Oua- of New Hnvnn. In the other half of the bargain bill. The Greyhounds opened their «i)BROn two weeks ago, bowlnr? to Trinity Boya Club, of New Havo.n, 42-36. in an iip««t. last wcok ti , c -ocalB snapped back to rout nn ou f manned Junior Republic five 79-37. Bobby Sluzdnk, who started .it center for tho locals In the opener, fian been laid up by nn attack of grippe for the pant week and will not HOB action Snturdiiy. John Ooggln la expected to Htart nt the pivot spot In his place Roger Currier and Wally Dumonskl will be Bt tho forward posts with Bob Red" White and Bill Lambert pa- trollnir the back court. Wllhy'n dtnrtlng lineup will ornb- «bly bo tho Hame afi Htarted in ihe Wildcats' previous two sturtr. Mochnn nnd Stuck will be nt guardc. with Niosobeekl nt eenler and Ubaldl and LaChance at forwards. Wllby'* record atnmlti at one win nnd one loss. Tho Waterbury club nipped" Gilbert, 5D-57, in Ufa oponor, but was trounced by Anaonla, 01-40, early this wock. ubaldi, who scored 30 points against Gilbert und V>RChanco who tallied 10 agulnot Ansonla, ar« the Wildcats' blggeot scoring thrcaln. Highlanders Play Hamden Tonight The Nnufntuck HlrhlandorB v/|i] piny the Hnmden Ponc|tilnn llila evening at 8:8Q»o'elock at Hamden Hl(yh Sfth«ol, It was announced k>day by Mgr. Milt Welsamnn. Tho tilt la a wartnup game for Sun- day'n clash with tho Marlln Oun- ncm at the YMCA. Mgr, Welssmnn announced that the Gunners have nddocl Alex Scmlnkovlc to their lineup. Sam- hikovic played for two years wltli the Wniltngfoi'd Vets In the Ea.st. ern Pro keapuc. JAM'S BEKVTUB STATION mod OA&AGK — Front End Work — U.S. products are sold by shoe thopi, hardware •tores, independent tire dealers and other SMALL BUSINESSES In America large companies and small companies depend on each other. United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant Naugatuck, Conn. Risdon Checks Chemical Rally To Record 39-32 Dusty Win Naugatuck Glass Whips Eastern Malleable, 43-30 Rlsdon Mfg. Co. and Naugaluck Glass .staved off late ralllnn to record victories in the Nnuguiuck l-)unty Banketbnll League lanl night on the YMCA court. Rlitdon watched a H-polnl load dwindle away to three before Bpurt- ing In the final Becondw to topplo Naugntuck Chemical from the ranks of the unbeaten, 39-32. Lanl yoar'H runner«-up look thn load after the opening jump, when Kmil Jurewlcz took Gnorgn I.ltke'u lap and drove In for a luiMkut. Rlii- don bulll up a 7-0 lead before Chemical wan finally uljlc to acorn on a foul convention by Bob Mc- Dcrmott, with four mlnuteu left In the period, Jurewlcz scored 8lx, Llt- ke threo, Jim Egan throe and Bill Swoonoy nnd "Beer" ShlllnnkaH ono each to pace Kliulon to a 1-1-4 load o.i the quarter. The Rladonltes Increased their lend to 18-4 curly In the second period before tho defending champlonii began finding Ihe rnngo. The half ended with the Toolmakera out front by n 23-10 score. Lute ItiUly Chemical oulucored Iho wlnnerw 10-0 in the third pnrlod to cut Kindon's margin to 20-20 going Into Inn final period. HucccHMlve bankeU by Lorn Croddo, r'hll Norton and McDermott cut RlHdon"s lead to 2B-2R midway Uiroui;li tho period, bill that'H the cloHUHl Chnmlc.nl could got. The wlnnci-H were on top 33-riO at -the automatic time when Joe Brody dropped In two quick lmn- keln and I,Him added another to Ice the content. Dike WUH high scorer for the wlnncr H with 14 polntu, while Jurn- wlcai c-.hlppod In with II. Crn.ldo HCored 10 and Blanehard p.lx for Chemical. 3n tho opnnar. Glans took an early leati and held it nil the way to defeat nn older, taller an.J more ox- porlonced RoKtorn Malleable Iron HUlntet, 4S-30. Thn MljtlUy Mlteii took n <j-2 | olu | nt the ond of Iho first cim.rtor on biuikotn by Charlie Mimcolo, Andy Porock and Joe Pltlno. nnd wllii Bill Miuicolo und Pltlno HCorlng five •mints each, increased tholr load lo 21-10 at the hnlf. Unit Threat GlasH continued to pull away In thn third period and increased HH lend to 13-points, 27-14, going Into tho final period. Iron suddenly came to life In thn final quarter !i.nd with Churlle Finite, Martin and r lnwllnnnn scoring 12 polntii between them, cut tho winners 'lend to 2920 with about throe mlnuton to go. The teaniH matched bankotM to make It 33-28 and then Glass scored 'hreo to two for ICMI, making It 34- HO at tho nulomnllc lime. In the final two mlnuteu Clu»H came to life and dumped nine poinlu through the hoop while holding Iron score- BflH. Pltlno was high genrer for tho winners, with 13 pointu, while Bill Mniicolo had 11. FlnkR had 10 and Rawllnmm nlno for MMI. In an added attraction, the Y Aces defeated the Highland Av- onuc Junloru, 11-8. Tho wlnnoru were IrnlllnK S-2 at tho half, but hold the Juniors KcoreleHH In the final half while ncorlng nine points to win. St. Louis Billikens Give Up Football (Hy UnlU-il ]»n>iiH) Ono rjf the former pcvw«rhc>uH(;H of football, St. TjouiH unlvcrHlty, hiiH (OKHCcl In tliii towel iind Klvitn up tho itport. Tho disclhlon wu.s mutlo folUiw- Injj one of the woriil Billlken HCJV- Hona Nlnci! the »c'bn»l started play- Inf,' football In IBSfl. St. Louln, n memljnr of the Ml.miourl Vallny Conference, won two, lied one und lo»t nix In the IMS Nen.Hon which reportedly ondod with a lon.i of $1(X>,(I(X). Schocil olllvlnlM paid off head coach Jon Mnnliiol nnd hlx three auHlHtant-" with a blanket contract of «iTnc- 130,000. Kt. J^oulH will auk for I'mmiKl'hitf! fclcimn from (i{K;oncntK already iwihailulcd for th4 next two Hcasons. Mezzio's Offers:— Cnroplntr Brill* Hnrrlcc, Wtn.nl Allitn •«n< nnd Whim I Ilnliini Ini, I'ri>nt Kn' B«^«lrln«, Itndliiliir Himtr»t> VlmhlM, HIM* li»M«<V». 4r*>i«r<iBK Tlr««, M E /, Z H)' S tin HIVBIIHIDK 1II1IVK. T«I «»7» Vin Cuddy's Friars Seek Fourth Straight Victory Tonight EnterlMK Iho Rhado TMnn.l Htate i:amn, the bl>f nn o on Iholr •chedule. undefeated for only t.ic Hecond time In history, the Prov- 'ildnnce Collage baMkotba','1 torcnv will be out to continue their winning wayn tonight at the Ithodo iHlund Audllorhnn. Although tho PrlaM boost Ihroe straight Victorian. Aiisumptlon. Falrfli-ld, unfl A.I.C.. while Htuli; hn.s been defcatnd by St. John.i «nd Bonlon Collage, Rhode Inland will once nj;nln bn cast In I hi' luvorlte role. States HUH met muon •stronger opposition | n the .season's play to date. Coach Vln Cuddy of Prnvldcmcw College win i,,. facing Stain for the Ural time a« a coach, although !in played OKUlnut th« n tt ms when hi- wan a Htandout member of tho UnivurKlly of Co»ni;r:tl<:ul five* a tow yoai-H hack, While the Friars have looked Im- prCRnlvc! nt HmeH In the first three K»mnM. they hnve not ul«.. plHyod the brand of boll that they are capnblo of idaylntf. Uowovn', the K ,imc! tomorrow nl^ht Hhoiilii bo tho tdnln for tholr brml pov- •formanco to date. Umially t> • "" lean™ aru 'up 1 for thin traditional' el.-iiih and the acldnd Incentive f.f protecting' un undefeated rmj.ir.l win no doubt Imiplre thn pliiycr-i The llnc-up for P. C. will be tho Hume nt:irtlntf »nn that ban oju-mul i-nnli Ktirne in dale. rjii-CaplH Wnlt l-nzoskl and Art WelriHlodt, bolli CCIMMKKCiAI. mid DOMESTIC IlKFllIOKUATION WALTER'S EEFRIGERATION Main ttt., Bctu-.on rail* Tol. 74M, Emergency Ctll .0007 Currier Electric Co. — Commercial WIItINd anil IIKI-AIIIH tlii(ch(nint- Appllit Tel. Nnup. 41 (H CAESAR KRZYKOWSK1 — Decorator BUENNAN 8T. TKK icroe Kutlnmtm Full ANNOUNCKMKNT MID-WINTER TERM POST JUNIOR COLLEGE M Central Avc. Phone 4-S77Z Water btiry NH ,IAN. HO, IB/50 : TOI/H I'l.ANS Vf»W i: lti:(ilHTHAU In und mooUng Slafo Providence for the Inst. tlmn, wl'.l be at the guard po«ltiomi. Thri-i. lUillofM. Frank Polllgrltio lit n-ii- Uir, and Sum N!HH«I ami j{ uy (j,,,. ciu at tin! forwards, will form'the fiont linn, Hir.y KnrbusliiNkl, Jim schllmm and Jerry J,<;mbo, .-ill Kophomorca. who have comu nlr,ny fjJht, rim sure to sen plenty of action. Tom Oj-r. a Hi-nlor, nnd Alc'x Becker, a junior, both lj| K niu.i, \vill alBo como In for ncrvlcu. Beach Jones Fights Grant To Draw Bench Joncti. of Naujrntuck, battled to n draw with George Grant of Now York, In n five-round neml- flnul to the Vic Ctirdell, Vic Costa bout nt Mnrn'o Arena, Watcrburv liuit night. Thn lociil Hluggnr gained thn nd- vanlago with a savngn ntlauk In 'hn onrly rounds, but a late rnlly by tho Now Ytirknr brought him n draw In |.|,n bloody baltlo. Holh men weighed In at 105. In the feature, Cardell won over Costa easily taking every round. R. I. 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