Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 16, 1949 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Naugatuck, Connecticut
Issue Date:
Friday, December 16, 1949
Page:
Page 4
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 4 article text (OCR)

FAGE4—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN), FRIDAY, 1>EC. 18, 1MB Favored Over Garnet ^j i , ""» '-''--*•. ' ' T . ..' ' ;• '* " T ^ j , . ' ,'. In Armory Contest Tomorrow Style Gaiters Upset Packers In US Rubber Co. Bowling League Wllby High School's eager a ore lated slight favorite* to hand Coach George F. Good-win's Greyhound* their second defeat of the year tomorrow evening, when -.!:e uams collide at tho Watorbiuy Armory In a Naugatuck Valley ttcacuo game. Tho tilt is Wllbys home game and will be played n.n part of a doublo-heador, with lj««¥enworth of Waterbury and VVlltiur CroH* of New Haven col lidln* | n the other game. WUby ha« recorded a 59-57 victory over n good Gilbert Hlgl tijim nnd ha» loiK to AnMonln. 5-MO. Joe Ubitldl and Prank UiChunce ere two varsity members hao.k from lost year's team and both five potent In I hlKh-scoring thnin! i. Ubaldl dumped in 30 points agaln.-.t Caibert and La Chance 16 against Aaaonla. Oo th» older hand, NBUKHIUCK w«« dumped In IU opener by Trinity Boy* Club, of Now Haven, «-8C, In a 'warm-up' game. Expected lo romp to »n easy victory, Ihe licnln found themoelveB Ihe warm up team for the vlsllora. Last wook the Oarnet and Grey snapped back lo rout an oul-mannod Junior Republic five, 75-37. Tomorrow's gamn will bo the •timl for Naugntuek In Its w clt»»» and wbothnr or not they can meet the tent in unknown. Wilbv has the advantage of having played two schools In Its class and that experience xhould jjivo them an edge. Roger Currier. BUI Lambert ar.d John Goggln. three tall boys, a-e expected to give the Greyhound,, n height advantage, an unusual fe-i- ture for local teams of recont years. Wllby Is expected to make up In Bpood what It lacks in height. Tigers Nip Bulldogs, 17-14; Take Lead In Lutheran League Th« TlRcrs defeated the Pull- dog», 17-H. to tukfl over firm place in the Salem Lutheran Chui'ih Basketball League this week. Tho winner* broke an ft-all halftimo deadlock to win. bnrry Terra smd D. Olson each scored eight points for the winners. R. Grttbcn hail 12 for the bulldog*. In th* second j;amn fit the evening, the Bear* upset the ISuKlfeti, 21-17. to knock the latter out' of a flrat plac« tie with the TlKcm. The defeat w«» tho »ecor.<| In MX starts for the Birds. The Eagleg held an 11-6 lead at the half an,«J appeared on their way to another win, when the Bears began a ruily. Sparked by S. Dahlln K. Olson and R. Olson, the winners overtook the Englon and wont ot> to win. D»hlln scored six, E. Olson six and R. Olson five for the winner). Shea and Sunbury each ha<l ::',>. tor the loscri. W ,L Pel. Tig*" 5 j g3 3 **gie« 4 2 .1X7 **•»<-• 2 4 .3x3 Bulldog!! 1 5 .iij7 ^ COMBINATION ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS * DOORS HEW ENGLAND BALKS CO AL8CO • «« Dank St.. Watorbury Phone 4-«l9 Only thrwi gnmoN loparatni tlrirt and fourth place at the con elusion of -bowling- In the U. S Rubber Co. Men's Interdcpartman LcnKtto till.? wc«k, The league leading Waterproo Packing had their lead sliced toon game as Joo Kloc's Style Oalter upset thorn, 2-1. Don Miller wh won hlg-h single with a 16] ncor. led the Oaytcomen with a 369 sot The Packers won both team priziw with scores of 009 arid 10C7. Stan Bottorf rolled a pri/e-wjn nlriK 38! for throe K amcij and moved the Boot Room Into a tk for second place. The Booteni won threo stralKht from Karl Hankey'i Tennis Mill-Mold. Captain Charlli Anjrlollllo added a 354 for the win ners, and Gene GliuldlnK with i 342 vnm top bowler for th" Mold ers. BUI Woods' Tennis Maklntr stayed within Htrlkln.£- dlirtancn o first place by swooping thi-l mulch wltli bob Blnctlci's OiHso). Cuttera. John Piorsla hud a 142 game for tho vlctom. Frank Carlson's Mechanical won a 3-1 victory over Waterproof Mill,, in the final match. Jerry Wolfe -ind Dick Keller starred for their respective ti-nm». •... ...STANDING.... Waterproof Pocking- 28 11 716 Style Gaiter ...'.. 27 12 .W Boot Roomf 27 ]2 .„„, lennl* Making 28 14 «^j TcnnlH Mill-Mold . 21 18 .038 Mechanical 20 19 ,r,l2 Waterproof Mill H 2f, 3ns Outsolc Cutting 7 32 .'171 St. Francis' Seeks To Regain Winning Stride Sunday St. FranclH CYO will attempt to >ounco bnck Into tho win column Sunday afternoon, when It travels o Waterbury to take on undofeat- d St. Lucy's In a Wutorbury •Cnig-hts of Columbus CYO Basketball League game at 4 o'clock at the Anderson school gym. The locals have a record of one win ond one IODH, having dropped their last outing after winning their f rat. St. Lucy's has won all throe starts to dato and IH tied for the leud in tho Eastern Division of the League. St. Mary's, of Nnujratuck, a new entry In the )mij,;uo, will play at John's Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Watcrtown High school In a Western Division Ramo. The Union City club 4i«» won Its lone start to date whllo St. John's HUH dropped two out-of three. St. Hedwlg's, with thr«o IOBHCU in threo nturlB, IH Icii 0 tn j H wcck FRIAK8 WIN. 58-57 Vln Ciiddys Provldonco CoMng.. I' rJars edged out the strong Rhode Inland State basketball team, r.O-S?' list night at Providence for their tourth straight victory. It was tho llml win for a Providence team "vor State since 1042. Since that timo the Friars havo lost 12 Hti-Hlght to their traditional rivals. *•*•*<*-*«* Give The Perfect Gift 'A Portable Typewriter''! ALL 1950 MAKES and; MODELS Free with Each Purchase A Set of Typewriting Lessons A Box of Typewriting Paper A Box of Onion Skin A Package of Carbon Paper One Year Service OIFT WRAPPING and DELIVERY VALLEY OFFICE SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO. Artist; Supplies, Steel Filiiio; Cabinets nndl Desks Adding Machines, Boolckce/jinpr Systems, Kfc. Open 'Til 9 P. M. Until Xmas HOB80N BLOCK 2nd Floor—Room 3 180 CHURCH ST. Tel 714B SUCK BALL HANDLER - - - By Alan Mover U.S. products are sold by shoe shops, hardware stores, independent tiro dealers and other SMALL BUSINESSES. In America large companies and small companies depend on each other. United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant Naugatuck, Conn. AT EVERY KIND Of PA-BGM0 reep/t/0 rtte Dec/Give fWZG Orf/\ FAST BffHAK- TVArt 3 foe/i & eef> <SAtfe /rf ports -so' aiilttbalnl li. King fiHuin Srmlliiir "Countess Lana Von Vogel" Awarded Championship Title 'CounteHK T.iiria Vein Vogr-l." bred nid rained by R. W. VOKIS], of i-'ej- nour, ha« heen awarded a i:biiin ilonshlp title by tin: American lienncl Club, of New York. "CnunlRss Tjann." rrpreRpn'ilIni; be Von Vo|((d Kenrielii, of fey- mour, bun taken Ifip lionoru at the ••lin City, New Haven, Danbury, Bronx nnd Vienna Va.. kei-n, I shows. The diij{ was recently piir. ihnHfid by I.. Onlmrri of AriKr.ul Kennels, Little Falls. Va. Mr. Voj<e.l raUefi ninny Shepherd and DiiHChiindH wblcb in lie op honors at Kcmnul shows hroughout the ICast. leds, Yellows Win n High School ]olor League Games The Reds routed the Greens and be Yellows trounced (lie Hhien In Tuiiffatuck Jll>.rli iichool Oolor OUKIIO Ramdi last nUht In llitr l({h school gym. The Kcdti tonk a l<|.2 leiul ovnr he Orvens In the llrnl. period and oiled to a (57-33 trlumiph. The wln- lors increased lh<ilr lead to 27-12 t the half, 41-22 at the end of the ilrd quarter. Johnny Carey jiai-ed ho wlnnur.-i with It) nolntK. Aliio IttlnK the double ntim'hi-rn wero 'oulkvod with H mid Gra.ben with 1. For Die lijrterii, Cninpbell had 2 points. In the (jccond game of the nve- InjI. th.! YollowH llnnd n lr,^])x,lnt ml period as a ruuhlon and went n to defoiil. the Ulu,» !( . 37-17, 'I'hi- flftnvrg Jumped on* to' a l(i-7 lend t the period, were out In front. 202 at tho half and 27-lf, nd of the third porlocl. A onverslon by Krodel wan the ct;ie for t'ie Bhiea In the ltxl. lnw PIII-WI Ilin V»lli>w« wllli I,'! olnta .while Brush had eight. caton'H clffht iroints or the Klu(>«. l I bi- foul only final were hl;:h W. 1, IV-t. 2 1 ].()fX) I 1 .r>no 0 2 .(XX) fanks Stop Red Sox n KC Bowling, 2-1 The YanknnH defeated the Rod ox, 2-1 in KnluhlM of Columbus llxed Bowliti),' LKII.KHI- matrlieM at. le H & M Alleys this we.ek. XlKKV aranowskl wan lil«h man for I ho irinners In the low-ncorlnj.;- rnntcb, '1th a throe-si r!ni( total nf ;;«2. ,ou Husso rolled 280 for the Sox. Robinson Officially Named 1949 National League Batting Champ New York, Dec. ](!- CUP) Vl.'i orriclal now .lacklo Uoblnnon i Ihe niillonal linl ling clmmplo'i .foi Hntilniinn. who finrid InHlMlifd ill lip WIIH Intcreslnd In WUB Brooklyn winning Ihe pennnnt. flnlshod t.h> MI-IIHOII wllh M .;)•(:! aviti-ugu, :i<; '•i.rdlni.; to the offldhil ri|<uri!i< riint'H four polnlH higher ihiir ".Inn MiiHlnl i,f Ihe SI. I.,oul« Cii 'llnnlii. ICn,.." .Sliiiighii.r r ,r ttin Cm 'iiiiiiln Flnliihed third with a murk f'tohltison, who nnrllcr WII.H namud Ihe 'inoiil valiiiilili- player of hid dr~ '•nil. In Ihe flriil. right .hnndvc] butter nver to win tho Nntlons f.e.'ii;ne balling e.rown. Thn 30-y«ur- (il<l •|)ijfjger ni'cnnd ba«e.inan iil>'( 'i'il I lie loop wllh '17 Hlolnn In Men li.-ilph Klni;r of Pittsburgh took Iw) Illleti, tin! homo run flm •iloniililp willi fil nnil riinn b,i.U.i,id 'n with 127. In hl'i four yearn jri Mm ninjor^, Klner IIIIB won Die "IIIIIH.' run crown twice, ami lliul tno '.Vlt> other IlliH'il, MllHllll led the |cnj.;ile 111 b.'IMf! hltH ''or the rirth lime, Thn Cardinal ml fielder nliLppPil (ll || ;>f)7 |,lti. Miirilnl nliio lind |.hi! most, tola himeii with :W.',, the llliiHt. dollbl'!* will) .|| and he tied Sluugh'er Cor 'he moiil trlplen wllh 13. fee Wee I ieeMi- »)T Jjl'ooklyn /icinefl I'M ruiiH. l.npa In that tie- partmcnt. Kddic Htiinky, thn now iiembi-r of the New Yiii-lc Olnnt'i, Mini (ill llinl|.;en of Ihe, Uoduei'B lind !n« loiiK'iMt, bntUni,; MtrcakN. Htntiky, |iln.yliu: for BOH! on. and Hollow .neb hll In 1(1 nlrnlRhl. i{amea. Andy Bemlnirlc of I'hllndelphlM md Walker Cooper of Cincinnati led a National League record by hiltiiiK three hnmnrn In one game., Willie .lunen of I'hlladelplila :,IKO led n reeord with four dnubiuH In Only HRV(!ti plnyniM look part in all I heir eluli'ii j-arnea. They wnre Muslnl, KohlriHon. HH<\KUH, Bobby 'I'liom.'ion ol' New York und thru I'hillicFi. Del ICnnlB, Riohlfl Abh- Miirn and Clrnnny }larnner, Emil Sitko To Pass Up East-West Game Kan Fnim.-lKco, nee. Ml (!ri')_ All-Amorlcnn halfback ISrnil HJtko •>f -Vot.ro Dame IH pantilns 11,11 (.he I'-aht-Meiif All Star Hhrlne ^nme at •(•in KraiiflHrto, Der.iiinlier 31. Hltko iinys cloctoiw havi! Informed hint that due 1o 1hn Illnonn of hla wlfr! he -boiiM rfinuuri n r. her hedHkle. Krnnli Spaniel itnol.hcr Notre J!>nn!Ki iit.ar, will rirpluro Sltko on 111,! East .All .Star »qund. <:OI,OUKI> \OI.KS Men.-, cjin bf made Ifi lay i\Kifn wllh varl-colornd yolks if lluiy aro fed certain dyes. Highlanders-Marlin Gunners Tilt Shifted To Mara's Arena FAMOUS IN NIEW ENGLAND FOR 8O YEARS! HAMPOIN BRtWINO CO. WltllMANSETr, MASS. Locals Replace Disbanded Yankees Quintet Thu Naugoluck HlKlilimdern will play the Marlin Gunners at Mara'B Arena, Walerbury, inwlcud of t.ho YMCA, Sunday, it wan announced today; by IVtanuKm- Milt. Weinman. Tho KH-tna will >f" on Glmiduy «vu- nliiK at 8;3u o'clock. llne.co Murn, of Waturbiiry, whf Inm b«nn nporatln,; the pni Vnn ki!«ii In Watnrbury announced yos terday that ho was dlMbandlni;' hlw i|iilnlfit, IhiiM ending t.he pro court war bnl.weui] tin,. ynnku'Mi and lh< Wnttirbury Coppurn of thu IjtHHfUa. Mnrn further nnnnuncnc that he Is (.urninij the Arena ovci '-O Manner Wulssman and t.h< HiKhlanclors each Sunday avonliiK The locals will field a strong tuiim for thidr flrnt. Waliu-biiry op piinrnncd. Mi-ndln^ the lint: of'nliin In l.ho lllKhlnridura' llnnup will be Hobby Mnrkovlc, of NiuiKiit.ucIt who last HuiLHon paced Mm Hncrui. Udiirl. Jlhjh Hchoul (|iilnlnt to UK state Class B championship. Bol IH now a Htudont at Marlanapolls I'ruji untl „. member of tho Hchnol's varsity bauknlball loam. Mmia^oi Wubmmiin contarlnU Jim llnnrahiu'i Marlanapolls coach, today and <lh( Frnp School Mentor K'we 'hl« «ant:- llon to Mnrknvlc'H appenrnrice. Olhoi'H oxpiiiiled to appear vvlt.l tho InculB urn tho flonly Twlnw Vir and .Toe; Vln Orakn,' of Ansonl/ 11 lMh fame; Hod Ilyon, spark pint, of NauKutuck'u 1042 Htato and Now England Champions; Hank Swlr- ski, Jack Quint, Bob Jones Son. ny pnal/,dowHkl and mivurri.1 others Jho l-TlKhlandoru will bo attlnid In thn Yankooa' flanhy, red, white and hluii uniforms, Manncor WolnH- man snld, and will ploy hcncuforth IIH thii HlLflilandnrH-YankoijH Tho Gunnors, defondlng slain ImlUBlrlal champions, will brln/,' t Waturbury onu of .tho ilroniroi- 'leml-pro tonmH in the Blulo/Jnclur t'd in tho lineup aro six rnomboni •f he 1IH7 Ulllho.iso HlKh Hlato and New ICnLjlrind ehiunplonH, plun ••"vnral other outstanding athlutOM. In the atato dusty tournament lutit MOf'' f'o" °" nn '' l ' fl r ,"' ll '»" nindon tlvo, 80-30 In lho'w«ml-fVna'lM l " !nt "' Th,. Highlander!) go into Sun- Jays HQino with a record of nnvon wlnii und throo IOSHHM In 10 K 'um«H, Ihn lo.:nl B won iholr HOvonlh K amn 't'Ht nlH-hl, roullng Ih 0 Humden onKulnsi, .J«-27. at Hamdon Hlph ichool. They woro pacnd ,tr> the win by Don Sutor, 0 foot; 5 Inch eon- tor, A preliminary to th,, Hl^hland- .irs-Marlln GunnorH ,. { i,.m,, |,,.|. W een |i learn of Naujfaluck and Watnr- lury Cnllc^liinH la holnx arranKCtd, Mann K or Wolssmnn sold. The m-o- llm will K<, on at 7:30 o'clock. 1'IUVATK I OKIOHTIOHS .Seattln- The U. S. now lion more work I, l :"'" f " Hr "" n " 1 f'>''"»tern a.t ioublo !IMU. . n<uHtr«M, number omployod In TJ5I,. <I04 TOriAY uml TOMOltllOW "A SOUTHERN YANKEE" with lied Skellon Arlcno Dahl Briiin |)o n illHO 'The Secret Land" Starring Men and Ship* Of Tim U. S, Nitvy Vaudeville for the Entire Family 'FRIDAY and SATURDAY HtiiKt- Shows »:00 - 8:00 - 0:00 8 BIG ACTS 8 VAUDEVILLE The Smoothies Slip, Slap & Slide TERRY BENNETT PAYNE & FOSTER CHESTER DOLPHIN & Co BERNIE GEORGE BENSON & MANN THE DANWOODS MIKE DIV1TO and BAND with — On THE THREAT O'Hlic-ii Gray WW MAHKOVK) To Bridgeport Y Tankers Tonight Tim NiiiiKfiluclt YM : CA iiwlnimlnr onrn will bn lio,i|. to Lhit V tanl<oni thin ovenlriB at 7 o'clock il tho YMCA pool, according \.i WuHley Cady, Y program nitni-it Lai'y. Tho .visitors will brine; to thobor iiiKh thn. diifnndlni; iilatn cham- liluiiH. Jn Iholr. |ln«ut> will l>o Jut l.tiiilui, foniiiir natlonnl . lon^ din. ance champion while swimmlnff with t.he Now York At.blnt.lc Club ind Franlc Kannol, Cornnu- BrldKn- )ort. C'entr/il nwlmmrr who burned ip the High BchoOl league last yea: ProcoodH from tho match will %„ towards thu purohann ol' n loluvlslun iut for tho Y, John WAYNE Vera RALSTON The FIGHTING KENTUCKIAM Hittlp DOM. Qlitn MOW /Mori. WINDSOR 2nd HIT! "PROJECT X" HEXT nTTRHCTlOMI GCRONIMOl h«,MKMIWMir 1 'TRsllOFTHE f LONESOME PIUJ ALCAZAR NOW PLAYING Wllllitins Klninlu Mcintiillinn In "FIESTA" and K('Ot», — Hllllllll'll IJllUOM "ALBUQUERQUE" NAUGATUCK CHEMICAL IS A SAFE PLACE TO WORK Last year tho accident record for Naugatuck Chemical was more than BO'/, bettor than tho national average for industrial concerns. Naugatuck Chemical DIVISION OP UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY "Serving Through Science" CIAC Adopts Three New Rules Governing Schoolboy Athletics Tli!•«(> now rulnM wern iidopti'il by (ho Connecticut InlorHCholUHtlc Athletic Conference at a mentln^ In MUIillot.own High HGhool yesterday. The moat Important clianxc sets a (Into for the Blurt of football practice. No team will be allowed Ui Hfurl ilrlllH boforo the first MOD(lay prncudlnK Labor Day, and no tciim Hhnll nchadulo a tjnmo until II. IIIIM had ihroit wnnltn of prnrl.lr.fi. Umlor Ihu plan, m:hooln could not Play a Kumo until around Sept. 15. An exception wiw miidi! for < ('ILIUM which hnvti nlr<ta<ly MC.IIIK'.- nlod K'micn for next Hoimon at on oarllor datu them Hpoclfled In thu ni'W rule. No boy who reaches hid ]!»lh l>lrU)duy before Sept. 1 will be eligible for competitive athletica, but any boy attaining J9 ycara of UKH riftur Unit dale cun play in nil HporlH tho balnnci) of th'u Hchool yiNir. IVovlouHly If a boy became l» tlurlntf the football B<>ttHon, ho rnniMn'l. play baHliclball or ba««- bull. The new rule haa been adopt- RAMOS IRON WORKS 41* RUIinRH AVEStTK All T»Bo.-l'or(r1»» IHwrt Mnlal • OrnfUunDtal Itlcol Wort ed In comply with n Hlmilar rul- Ini; In MiiOsarhusetts, Another rulo prevent H n plnyi-r from fMtnimUnic or, any tu Kntiiiu-<l team during the sauv period that a high school sport l« plnyod, but allown htm to finlnh n lnt<. bimr ball Hi-UHon which IUIIB int'> KM- ff>otball cnmpnlgn. In recent yearn CYO and J^eglon baseball tonm;* were d«prl\'i<tl of outiitnndlni; play ers who had lo leporl fur foulball practice. In the future they will be allowed to finish their summer baseball program and al«i. work out with their high school football tennis. Visit Our TOYLANI) GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAl'KE KTICKK1' Vrnr Delivery Tflf-plnnn. WM« .NKW 1810 PHILCO K E r U I O E U A T O K , r $199.50 7 Cu. Ft — 8 Vcnr Warranty $20 Down ... $2 Wcnkly «13 NO. MAIN ST. UNION CITV riiune (141(1 15 Clll'ItCU ST. TICI,. 04(MI Open Frlrliiy Tilt » I'. M. DANCING TONIGHT! in th<; , ' COPPER ROOM 1 0:00 'Til, ONK feilllirlnK «OH H A 1,1-HI N und his Society Orrli SATURDAY NIGHT Dinner |)IIIIC|II K «;»<» 'Til H:.'M) l>unclnc D':(HI 'Til Due f Hotel Elton "ON TIIK qitKEN" TXIFf "** ' v7; It's FREEforthebest CMS 1947 CHEVROLET TOWN SEDAN $1095 1947 NASH AMBASSADOR TUDOR SEDAN $1045 1940 DESOTO 4-DOOR SEDAN $495 1940 PLYMOUTH TUDOR SEDAN $495 1941 Chevrolet Business Coupe 1941 Chevrolet 2-Door Sedan 1947 Chevrolet 2-Door Aero Sedan 1941 Chrysler 4-Door Sedan Low Cost G.M.A.C. Finance Plan Available TRADES TAKEN FREE MOTORS ING 492 MO. MAIN ST. TEL. 2211

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page