Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 20, 1949 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, December 20, 1949
Page 6
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PAGE •—NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), TlIKSnAV, DKC. 20, 1040 Chemical Seeks To Rebound Against US Rubber Tomorrow Naujratuck Chemical seekn to rebound ajrnlnict US! Rubber and Klftdon will b« Htrlvlnit U>C (•«!>• IU unbcnten rtrlntf Intact In Dugty League gtunea tomorr&w nlpht on tho YMCA court. Chemical, defending rhnrnplonH, dropped its first gome against one •win loxt -weok, bowing to Rlndon, 39-38. Chemical 'nan recorded two •trnlirht wins without a loss, iitop- plng Naujratuck Glass and Eastern Malleable Iron. Tho frnjno, whJeh will be played nt 8 o'clock, Hhould be a nip and tuck affair, with only a tew poln'ta serfarntlng the teams at the finish. The »«cond Kamc of the evening »lll pit Rlsdon. last year's runners-up aguln^t hapless Naujta- tuck Glnmi. Rlitdon Is favored to romp to lla third straight win over tbf Ironmen. who have yot to break Into 'the win column. The lame will »tart at 9 . Goonfe Lllke. Emll Jurewlcz and Joe Brody should provide the rauoh needed oeorlnjjf punch for XMI. However, in all throe Ramcf, to dat«, Iron hn» crpotted ita <«.> ponents big taads. only to rally In the final period to almost pull the pun* out, Ayair.nt Chemical In the »»«»on'« opener the Ironmon were on the short end of a 15 point deficit, which they cut to six at the end. They also trailed Rubbc; by » biff marjrln. only to rally In" the dylnp minute* and lost week Walnut O!s.vr they cut a 15-polnt deflclt to three before fading after the atomatic time. A preliminary game will be plny- *d irtartlnsr at 7:15 o'clock. The standings: Rindon Rirbbor Chemical EMI W. U Pet 2 0 .1.000 2 0 1,OOO : i .son 1 2 .33?. 0 3 .000 NOTICE Information nought 0011- r*rnln» i»ny rclntlvcn of .lohn Cohanvtrk. aUo known as John Colmnzurk, John Co- hmrmr.U. uid John Coharzo- nick. Int.- of Ihn City of Pamalc. County of 1'nm.nlr »nd Sl.itf! of NMV .Inrwcy. Any r».lntlv<«» plcnm, rontHCt lUumtrln nnil Dl.tmond, 120 M»rkrl Street, Paterson 1, SMART FUIIS Make SMART r.IFTS Cctebltehed 1UU ^j>o. MAIN HT. wATfiitm'nv ^^^^^••^••^.^^.^•••^l^KKMM ANNOUNCEMKNT MID-WINTER TERM POST JUNIOR COLLEGE *4 Central Avp. Phono 4-877J Watcrbury BEGINS JAN. SO, 1050 MAKE YOt'R ri.AXH HKOINTRAR Visit Our TOYLAND OALLAOHER'B HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREET Central Ave. Cagers Seek 4th Straight Victory Tomorrow Undefeated Central avenue, leaders in the Grammar school basketball loujjuo, KOCH after UH fourth ntralKhl win lomorrow, when It lakes on St. Hedwtg'» In the first of three Rames tomorrow afternoon at 3:45 o'clock at the hljrh HChool. Salem and Prospect street tangle In the oecond Kamc wllh Hop Brook nnd St. Francis' meeting In the finale. Central IH tied with Hop Brook for the league loud, each having won three straight Barnes, Last week the East Sklern pulled tho up«ft of ^hn year, by handing St. Francis' Its flrnt defeat. In more than two years. Central is favored to win lt» fourth over St. Hedwljf's, which ban yet to win a game. Salem won Itn first (fame of tho year last week, by edging out St. Hcdwlg's, The Meadow otreetera hope lo make It two in a row over PrOBpect. which hnH loot all three •tarts. In the final game, Hop Brook will be shooting to keep its perfect record Intacl against n St. Prancla' team which will bo ittrlvlng to got bock Inlo tho win column. Tho game should bo a toswup, The Standing* W L Pet. Central 3 0 1.000 Hop Brook 8 o 1.000 St. Francis' 2 1 .667 8»'nm 1 2 ,838 Prospect o 3 .000 St. Hcdwlg'B 0 3 .000 Giants Sell Haas To Minneapolis Now York, Dec. 20— (U P)---The New York ClantH have sold utility Infleldor Bert Hnan to their Minneapolis farm club In the American nHBoclatlon. Tho 30-year-old Haas plays both first nnd third bane, Thu Giants picked htm up on waivers ourly last season from the Philadelphia Phlln. He also played for Brooklyn and Cincinnati. [,a«i „„„„„„ Haas batted .207 In 56 gamus for the Giants. Yale Cagers Whip Rochester, 58-37 Rochester, N. Y. — Tho flashy Yalo haHkothnll team hnH rolled up lt» fifth victory In nix Htartw. The latent victim was Rochester, which tumbled B8-37. The EH S dominated modi of tho frame, and onco racked up 17 points In a row. Frew Nnw ft lU^ondHlonod Molon FOBD * MERClinY Budcnt PNn Avnllnhln The NAUOATUCK FUEL 00 nEAl.F.H Phone B2;u Hawley Hardware 120 Church Street Christmas Suggestions as ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES TOASTERS, M1XBRB, Etc. also SLEDS — TOYS SHOE SKATES PYREXWARZ, Etc. Phone 4088 We Deliver MAMPOIN IDCWINO CO WIUIMANSiTT • MAX. FAMOUS IN NIW INGLANO FOR 4O YIARSI U.S. products are sold by shoe shops, hardware store*, 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. Geo. Mitchell Named NHS Grid Capt. Goorjjo MHoVmU h;i» l>oen nlnclrtl criptuln of thn 10SO NtuiK'itUKk llli;h HChool fool hull tn'ini, It wan announced today liy Conch GoorKe V. Ooodwln, Hn Wfta named at, n meet- Inc of the li)tlnrm«n nf thin ynnr'n l,(iiim, yoHturdiiy nl Hiii Ill|/h iichool, A varHlty guard lost ocason, Mitchell has heen a mombor of the nciuiKl fur two ynnrn. DurlnK the 1948 neason. hl« flrHl. your with the team, he hroko Into the lineup In almost every Ramc, turning In Htol- lar performances During tho pant H«UHon ho wn« onn of thn llri«'n maln- stayn. He teamed will) Jack O'Brien, the other jniard, to form a combination which waH hard to heat. In the final name of thu noamm thin year, tho traditional clanh with Anaonln, he was In the Ijavcnder'fi hair all afternoon and In tho «arly mlmitflfl of the ^/imo r«covcre<l two fumbloB within tho Annonla 30- yard line to give NaiiRatuck a pair of Hcorln^r opportnnlUoH on which th(ty failed to capUally.o, Noxt. year ho Hhould bn a doflnlta All-Stato candidate, In addition, GoorKo IB ncllvn In other HChool affulrH. lie hax hoen a member of the bankotball loam junior varsity for tho pant two yours and several weeks a«o WIIH elected president, of tho Junior claim. Ho IB the son of Mr. and Mm. Charles Mitchell of 32 South Circle, Beacon Falls. JimVanasse Manager For Alumni Squad Jamoa Vanaaan a mcrnvhnr of lh« Natixatuck Hftffh riahool (•|II«H of 18<fi now n Htudont. nt Nnw Britain fi'tuto Tcu.chcrB College )HIH h»(,n named manager of tho Hl^h eohoo) Alumni qiilntrt which will Piny the Garnet and Grey hnnknl- bo.ll t.oam In tho anniini Alnmn.1 lilt next Monday nvonlnt; nt th» YIMCA It WIIH announced today by Raymond K. Foley ^principal. All school KmcluaU") who wl»'i | f > take part In the K'tmc are luikod to 'COiVtiti-t Mr. Vanar. it< <ir tho lilRh schocl ofllce Mr. Polcy aald. Tho NllS principal sn.ld lhat, te.nm miTr,.!)<l ,M \\H-Vf.n tcajii pr(>fnritni:r will be than!! whn ifnidiiatfld within tho print two or three years. Who took .r«u-l In athletics wlille In school, and aru now altcndlnx Home colloffo or unlvernlty. The Hlirh school-Alumni clnifh IM nn nnnunl feature on the Grey. l)onmr« iirhndule, Klvlnir thn fii.ns a chance to »iiii how t'lui Hfihool- bovs «ta^k up .-.iwlnst thn jrra-'i!. Custom IB for the uc-hoolboy- •„ win untl tho Alumni hnnn't rco orrtod a vliHory In a nimvbnr of voaix ftlthotiRh all tho tutu have heen clo.»e. Holy Cross Reported Trying To Lure Anderson From Iowa (By IJnlt<^ l>re«») Holy CroHB nlumnl clrclew hu-'.7.i'.i with tho rnporl today that the Jesuit colliiffo In nttomptlrii? to Hire football coach Kcldlo Anderson buck frnm Towa J« rcplaon Kill OHmnnMkl. Tho ne.hool reportedly wnntM to buy up Mm lunt ihree vonr« of OKrniinnkrB contract for $3B,000 nnd offer Andnrnon $in,00'l a year. ColloKc offlr.lnln rnfurto to tvr-i- mnnl on the report. However, It IH known thai /.ndornon Is f-,r from completely happy with Uio HawkcyeN, Mo even offurod t't ri! sign In 1947 but Iowa officials convinced him to stay on nt •! :<al- "ry to ho $12,/!00 a year. Andcirnon, a Notre Dame Kr.nlii- Mo and phyiilcliin, nnvnr ii|>- I»-o:iched thn Itrwru. HIICC.P.NH he had lit Holy riroHB where hbi toam« won 47, lOHt. Bovon and Llod fmr from 1833 through '38, Oninaniikl Htll) hnnn'l mir.1 whnther ho wnnlH to quit nnd /:o buck ',.o hl« dittnlal practice In ChlcnKo. However, It. IK expucti-il he wIll.'HlrniH the last two fontbi'll nenpons at Holy Croim weru ill. aatroiiH. . . and climaxed by n 7 -0 tififeat by BoHton Collepo. No. Carolina St, CCNY Quintets Upset (By Hulled PniNH) Two of the nntlon'B I>OH|. ba«kot- Onll tnnmH, North Carolina State find City Colli'Ko of New York, have fallen from the unbeaten rankn. Michigan beat North Carolina Hlal.e liiHt. night, M-W. And Oklahoma upHct City ColloKis, 07-63, In other Kiirnes, unbeaten Ht, .fohn'M whipped WunhlnKton State, fl7-'14. Nlncara kepi KM rne.ord rl«ftn with a fl5-BS win over HI. Prune In of llrooklyn, IjoulHVlllo hunt Onnvni', Hl-70. Seton Mall trlmmnd New Mexico, 02-14. And r>ur|iionn i do- f< "ite<I Loyola n( l,f>« AnifoleB. 0147. Inteniecllonal gam on lop the achodulo again tonight. Callfornln playn at Now York unlvoi-Hlty, Southern California at Lontf Inland, Loyola of Los An^cloH at BnMton collouP, KanHas at HolyCrogB, Buy lor at Tulnnit, O«ori:lu Tech at St. UoulH, Indiana ul Oregon .Stale, Michigan at Carolina and Minnesota at WashlnKt.oh, mvicn Tho Colorado IB the second lonp- est river In the U. S. Ohio Htalo Unlvornlty wu« founded In 1870, REVIEW OF THE YEAR - - By Alan Mover -January- , G.M.V., OKLAHOMA TBXAS. ciA Aose, &OWJ.G The Connoctlout Sports WHtotK Allluncu incota UhlB nfLornoon at 1 o'clock n.l. tins Mny Tiiiii'pddjir, Yule unlvernlly, Nifw Hit- ven, U) .iviultcv Una) plans for Uio annual Gold Key Award dinnni Jim, 80, • TloluJlM for UK, dlnm>.r Will Ijfl ( Manhattan Routs UConns, 71-56 Storrn, Doc. 20--(UP) -An Improved hut oulmanned Unfvernlly nf Connecticut hmikulball (.cam WIIH overpowered by Mnnhaltun College lust nlKhl, 71-56. 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