Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 24, 1949 · Page 7
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 7

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, December 24, 1949
Page 7
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I "Citato" To Make Comeback <By Colted Prese) Calumet -trainer Jimmy Jones ray* "Citation* 1 In only a few weeks aw»y from resuming his drive to hit th« 11,000.000 mark In earning*. ClUtlon DM been sidelined since •ufferinr * leg Injury at Tanforan on Dec. 11 of iMt year. Now Jonei .plans on sending the triple crown winner of !•*• to the post In a f>w speed sprinta when Santa Anita •open* next Monday. After that. If ClUtlon hold* up. will come the richer pureee capped by the $100,000 Santa Anita handicap on Feb. 28. Citation looked fit thlc week when be breeced five-eighths of a mile In 1:02.3 on a muddy track and under tight rein. Citation him earntd some $»l»,i>00 while winning 27 out of 2» race* during his carver. Reds Release Rookie Defenseman Providence, R. I., D«c. 24—(UP)--—Rookie ilefnnmininn notmrt. "Bob" Paul at the rUiodn Inland Hods In the American Hookey league wa» relennnd today. Pnul wnn" Rent to th« St. Paul club of the United States league. The move was the first in a series of expected changes in which three other players reputedly are to go. Paul, who was brought up late last year, hnH been used sparingly. COI.LEGK BASKETBAM. Kun mm 53, Sprlngfli'l<l College Brooklyn College 71, Wagnor 6' West Virg-lnln 01. Fordham 37. Ohio State 7S, Michigan Stntp 4fl. Mlnioiii'l d3, Houthnrn Mptlttxlldt Drake 39, Iowa Stale 38. Kentucky CO, Purdue M. hMtMMifcMtMlMtMiMiliMi) or THK BKA80N TO ONE AND ALL)! WtUrbury'i Oldest Furniture Store Yin Healy To Coach NHS Alumni 1948-49 Varsity Quintet May Start For "Old Grads" Vln Himly, former Naugotuck Hltfh school st«r, now a junior at Fordham university, will coach the N. H. H. Alumni quintet In tin annual butlln with Uto HChoolboy*, Monday evening on the YMCA court. It wan announced today by Jim Vrmrittms manner, Vln, along with |I|H brother .Ion, the other half of the famous twin combination, played with the Alumni during lbr» piuil t.wo w«um>nn but it i« hnllevnd he wnd J«« aro now willing to let the members of the last two graduating classes do most of thn playing. MnmtKer Vunita«« »nnoum:«d 'that the starting lineup will probably bo 1 five members of last year's quln- tnt. They «r«: Jnrry Kubrliiln. and Churllii A(|iinvlii, forward*; ITrunk Klonowkl, <;ont«r; and Jan Tam- Scy nnd Richie Roland or George Hchuster, K"ard». Lulu-lulu in now a freHhman ul Vale, Aijuavlu rtnd TtttiiBoy fruMhnitin u.1 Conn, U, Hchuster a freshman at Fordham, Klonoskl a utudnnt at Cheshire Academy, iinil llolurid u menibitr of the U. H, Army stationed ul. Korl Belvulr, Vu. Other former Greyhound »tar» who lmv« nlmnnil up to tnke part In I ho content arn: Junk Thurslon, of Kordhurn; Tom Freemun, Fordham; Paul GrabowHkl Georgetown! t>un "rtpcc," Hpndoln, Kordham; Hiiy Dtiwllng, N«w Ililluln Teachers; Tom liflury, Fordham; and Jnck StinKon, of U. 8. Naval Academy. A numbnr of other former N<iUK''lii«li HlK>' »lnr« urn nxpoat- nil to nlKn with Ihi) Alumni boforn Monday evening. Thn program will open at 7:30 o'clock with u climb liislwnun tbii Kh Hchool itnd Alumni Junior varsity quintets. Tliu vurslty tilt will follow (l t nboul H:4B o'clock. In punt ynnrs, II ban bn»n Ihn |irnct|i'« for thu nclinolboyri to ilu- fflul lh« <ihl Ki'ittln, but It Sflttrnn highly probable that this tradition will bo broken t.hlu year. The locals have lost thtuo of their four gamus to date and show llttlo In the way of an offense. With such high iicorers tin Arjuavla, I>abrlola, 'J'nninny, HtlnHon ami tbii othnrn In thn lininip, I IHI Groyhoumln nhould stnntl little change of winning. Whaleii hnvit Imnn Itnown to Jump n« high HH 20 f««t. Kissane Paces S. H. To Fourth Victory Boibby Klrnane, of Naugatuck., !nll!«(l 17 pointy IBM nlKht to i|HM!» Sacred Heart Hltfh to * (OHM triumph over 9h«ltfin, It was the fourth »lir*l|tht win without a toss foi' the Heart*. A jrtrong third pwrlod attack gave the winners a big leM, which faded in the. final quater wh«n four of thu varsity nve went out of the. KIUII« on foufoi. The lead was too g'reat tv\ Bhtlton to however. Louis Still Claims No Ring Comeback (By i;nlt*d 1>rnm») .Ion I,.oul* HUH kunpH Innlstlng hn has no Intention of Coming out of retirement. Instead, the retired hnrivywalght chnmplon suys he in using hl» exhibition trail to try to uncover » top-notch opponent for N-B-A champion Eizard Charles. Ixnils says ho'ii going to tnke It (tuny ov«r the holidays, Then h« plunn on staging n charity bout In Los Angeles next month, possibly HKnlnnt ."Turkey" Thompson. f*OHOJLAlKTIC BABMKTBAIJ, Hllthouse 48, Naugaluok U. Bncrnd Himrt 0» .fftielton 85. Arwontu *6, Torrlnifton XI, Huriford Weaver 3fl, Wlndhnm (WlUlmuntlc) 30. Hnrtford Bulkoley 44, Went Havi' n 2,'l. llnrtford Public 02, Norwich Free Academy 4B. William Hall B2, Mtinchimler 49. 48 Mamdi>n 30. Mwrldnn 117, Muldlwtown 88. Oltocrt 03. Windsor B2. \MW\H (W), Wateirtown 2fl. ON THE AIR TODAY) i:00~-WBRr—sf ttri Over Hollywood WWCO—Newe WATJi -Amwluun JIIKX WU:n-.N»wii; Plattor Party 1:1B-W1'JC-- VMM * Howe Houi 1 WWCO-M.lody Matlnei, HBO -WBRy-Qlve and 'J'ftkw WATR—Old, New, Borrowed, Blue WLCR—Platter Parade 1:46—WTIC—TBA 2:00—WBRY—-County Pair WATR—I'EfllsIr D'Amore WTIC—Xrnun Salute to VetH WWCO—Melody Matinee WLCB—Neww 3:80—WBRY—Dave Stephens Orch. WTIC—Notre Dame Chorus' WL.CIt--.IUNt For You 3:00~WBHY—Oven«M Report 8:J»—WBRY—Adventures In Science WI.OH 'Nnwi.; 000 Club 8:30-WBHY. -M«)y Year C'DCH- montes WJX5B~-au««t Star 3:4B -WTIC -Santa CUu» 4;00-»WBKY~-8tar4uiit In the Afternoon 4:30—WBRY-—Boys Town Choir WIX:R.~NHW»! Your Here- nude WWCO—Uncle DBV« ft Peto 5:00—WBRY-WATR—Community Tree UKhtlnK WBRY—atardunt In th« Af- tiirnoon :SO—WWCO—Matlnee Quiz WTIC- -Report on America J;4B—WTIC--eonf«l«ntlal Olowe- ups HVtKNCK VATCIIKH VI' Cambridge, Mass, —(UP)— Fllty yearn ajfo Harvard plumbern dldn'i hiivn n (jollBKB education. Thny ••ouliln'l rwiord whi>r« lh*y luul their pipes, 80 the university li"« bought a mine detector to locni iim'hnrtnd plpns that »lop up .in I CUUBII trouble. BXi'Kirr Bonv WORK Compl»t«i 1'nlntliiK Facllltlne Writrhi'r and 'IVovlrtK Horvlc« Kstlinntra Furnlshml llndRPt Plan Avallablo The Naugatuck Fuel Oo. KOIll) DKAI.KIt Phone BtM M£RRY XMAS and A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR To All Our Customers and Friends Bob & Walt Hawley Hardware 102 Church Street r ! ENTIRE STAFF Wishes Their Many CfiRSTOnS 99 Bank St.... Waterbury 8:00— All ataUoni>~-Now» fl:lB-~WBRY— John A. Cluney WATR— Sports; Music WTIC-Serlptly Sportt " , , lilllnmnlun Memorlnii TjC-M8mhony Occh. . Choral Club WATR— Local and World News WLCR— Supper Serenade 6:45— WATR— Holy Year Opening WBRY-Rollglous News 7 ;00—WATli --Remember WBRY- Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar W1X!H— -News; Just For You /.•IC—WATR—Hurt Andruw* 7:80-WATn~-Chandu the Mngl- clan WWCO— Quick As a Flavh WHIIY Vaughn Monroe WTIC niBlmi-d Dlnmond 7:46— WATR— Saddle Rooking Rhythm 8:00-WBRY™ Q(»n« Aulry WATIt— Huporman WWCO— 20 Question* WTIC— Star Theater IJ:80~WBRY— Philip Martowo WTIC— Truth or Conne- querjces WATR— Bantu Rides Again WWCO— Take a Number 9:00~WTIC— Your Hit Parade WATn~-8ln«in' Bill WWCO— Meet Your Match 0;ao-WBRy— ,?U7.K Band Bull WATH-- Ktho) and Alhort Everyone loves Christmas and we all eagerly wish each other well during this jovial season. To you from us — a Merry Christmas. BILL'S FUEL OIL SERVICE "Bill" Marlnollo, 1'rop. (»:00— Who Said That »:30 ...... Film Shorts; Wrentllnir , WNBT- Ckau*i « NAUflATlICK NKWH (CONN.). HATUIHIAY. I>K€. M. 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WCBS-tnunn,,! * 6:16—Music; Program Review; Weather Report 6:00—Tree Lighting Ceremonies 0:30—-Xmas on the Ranch (1:80— Tjuoky Pup 7:00—Vienna Philharmonic 7:45— Blues by Bnrgy 7:00- ll»rb Mhrlner Mhow HiOO-Wlnner Tuk» All 6;30—Film Theater 0 ; 00 T WNI(ltXrV "- CIl "'" M)l • e:80—H«d Burbsr'ri Clubhouse 8:45—Lucky Pup Resume 7:00—Ixine Hanger 7180--Hollywood Bcrenn Te»t d.-OO -Spin thii Picture i 7:10— The Nature of Thing* T:4S— Leon Pearson 8:00 20 Questlone »:»- Hsmlon* 0:40~»tud'« Place l»:00— Who Said That B:80-Me»t the Preiw 10:00 -Th» Black Hob* 10:SO— According to Joseph 11:00— Xmas Ev e In Bethlehem 11:45— Midnight Mass, St. Patrick's Tusks of full grown male ele- phuntn weigh about 200 pound*. (MM OhriitmM Otfto for the Home Water Heaters ! Kitchen Sinks I How About Your ! POWDEft ftOOM? ; Geo. Wigrglesworth i & Son, Inc. Maple St. T«L 5868 24 Hour Strvioe SEASON'S GREETING PRILLIG and SONS 100 South Main Street Waterbury and A HAPPY 1950 CANS, INC. MAPLE STREET

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