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PAGE *—NATTGATPCK NEWS (CONN.)', THURSDAY, DEC. 29, 1949 Greyhounds Bow To Cross, 57-48 Lose Fourth Straight Game, Fifth In Six For Season Bob "Red" White Paces Local Scorers The Naugatuck High school basketball team lost its fourth straight gusne—fifth in six starts this season—last night, going down before Wilbur Cross High of New Haven, 57-48 at the Waterbury Armory. The squads battled on even terms through most of the opening period and two minutes before the end of the frame were tied at 7-all. However, a pair of baskets by Cross gave them an 11-8 bulge at the end of the period. The Greyhounds rallied in the early minutes of the second quarter and took a 15-13 lead in the first three minutes. For the next three minutes the teams battled back and forth without too much scoring, and with only two minutes to go until the half, the locals were on top 16-15. Cross then exploded and put together 12 straight points before Naugatuck was able to score again, putting in twn baskets to leave the court at intermission on the short end of a 27-20 score. Torrid Pace The New Haven Club continued to set a torrid pace in the first three minutes of the third period, outscoring the Garnet, 9-1. to run their lead to 36-21. Again the locals rallied, cutting the marking to 41-36 just before the end of the period, but another basket by Cross enabled them to boost their lead to 43-36 going into the final quarter. Wally Dumonski dropped in a basket and Bob White converted a foul to cut Cross' margin to 44-39 in the first minute of the final period, but Cross then took over and ran their lead to 51-42 at the automatic time. With two -minutes to go they had boosted the lead to 57-42. Playing against the reserves in the final minutes, the Greyhounds were able to cut the margin to 57-48 at the finish. Although absorbing their fifth loss of the season, the locals showed some improvement and although their play was spotty, while playing together they gave a good account of themselves. The Greyhounds made good on 18 of 30 tries from the foul line, while Cross was clicking on 11 of 19. Naugatuck had 17 personals charged against them and Cross 24. Jack Knapp, Naugatuck center, fouled out midway through the third period. He was followed to the sidelines by Pascareila of Cross and with one minute left in the final period by Angiolla, also of Cross. Manny Matos, who scored 14 points in Mondays loss to the Alumni, played less than half a period. Jayvees Win The junior varsity gave the locals a split for the evening, by taking a thrilling 34-32 victory in the preliminary. The Greypups built up a 10-0 lead in the first few minutes of the period, but their edge was cut- to 10-5 at the quarter. Cross kept chipping away at the lead in the second quarter and left the court at half-time on the short end of an 18-14 count. They rallied in the third period to tie it up at 27-alL The last quarter was close j throughout, with the outcome in doubt until the final whistle. Ed Szczoczarz was high man for the winners with 10 points. Manny Matos scored seven. The scores: Wilbur Cross Zanni, If DeRosa, If ... Angiolla, rf .. Shanley, rf . . . . IMTallo, c Gambedella, c DeMeola, Ig .. Mullally, Ig . . Montezano, Ig Pascarella, rg Altro, rg b f p ..237 .. 4 2 10 ..Oil ... 1 0 2 . . 6 3 15 ..000 . . 9 1 19 ..00 0 ..000 ..113 ..000 Totals 23 11 57 Naugatuck Lambert, rg .... M. Matos, rg White, Ig E>umonski, Ig Knapp, c Crosswait, c Currier, rf . Goggins, rf . B Matos, If . Mariano, If . b f p 102 Oil 4 4 12 328 124 Oil 248 000 4 2 10 022 With Highlanders Monday Totals 15 18 43 Score at half time: Wilbur .Cross 27, Naugatuck 16. Referees: Crichton and Cluney. Naugatuck J. V.'s b f p M. Matos, If 2 3 7 Grieder, If 0 0 0 Brush, If 1 0 2 Szczoczarz, rf 3 4 10 Delaney, rf 3 1 7 Goggins, c 0 4 4 Wood, c 0 0 0 Carey, c 0 0 0 Crosswait, Ig 0 2 2 Reynolds, Ig 0 1 1 Savakie, Ig 0 0 0 Mitchell, rg o 1 1 Schiethe, rg 0 0 0 King, rg 0 0 0 Totals 9 16 34 Wilbur Cross J. Vs. b f p Klarman, rg 0 1 1 Carano, rg o 0 0 Gambardello, Ig 2 2 6 Crettcllo, Ig o 1 1 Montazano, c 1 35 Mascola, c 1 1 3 Mullaly, rf 1 02 Furino, rf Oil Altro, If 2 1 5 Martone, If 3 2 8 Totals 10 12 32 Score at half time — Naugatuck 18, Wilbur Cross 14. Referees—Vin Healy and Joe Healy. New £ Reconditioned Llotors FORD £ MERCURY Bndaret Plan Available The NAUGATUCK FUEL CO. FORD DEALER Phone 5231 Yale Seeks Victory Over NYU Tonight New Haven, Dec. 29—(UP)—The Yale University basketball team, resurgent after its poorest showing since Coach Howard Hobson took charge, moves into Madison Square Garden tonight determined to redeem itself at the expense of an up and down New York University quintet. The Elis, performing poorly =>eainst Boston College on Tuesday, after a vacation layoff, were held to 33 points, their second lowest total in five years and their lowest under Hobson. Openly dissatisfied with the loose ball handling and oddly inept shooting of his charges Tuesday, Hobson has been turning on the heat in practice with the aim of recovering the former polish that helped the Yale men win five out of six contests before they broke up for the holidays. Prior to the B. C. game the Blue quintet had averaged 62 points a game. IREWING CO, WPUIMANSITT • MASS. FAMOUS IN NEW ENGLAND FOR SO YEARS! TO ALL OUR NAUGATUCK FRIENDS A Very Merry Christmas arkl A Most Prosperous New Year United States Rubber Company Footwear Plant Naugatuck. Conn. VIN HEALY JOE MEALY Vin and Joe Naugatuck's famous Healy twins, former Naugatuck High School stars now students at Fordham University, will start at the guard posts Monday for Mgr. Milt Wf'issmun's Highhindcis, when the locals play host to the strong New York Violets on the YMCA court, Mgr. Weissman Hold today that the Violets suffered their first loss of the season Tuesday after nine straight wins, how- ing to the strong New York R«ns, 70-B3. As a preliminary to the Highlanders-Violets game, the Highlander "B" squad will play tlie j Seymour Tcp Hatters. The Top Hatters scored a victory over th<; locals early in the season, one of only three teams to do so. Hank Swirski, Sonny Gnnizdnwskl, Bob Jones, Don Sutor and Jack Quint will start for the "B's". Mgr. Weissman also announced that the Highlanders will practice tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock on the Y court. All members are requested to attend as a team picture will be taken. Russell To Quit Baseball Rather Than Go To Minors Fayette City, Pa., E$ec. 29 -tL'P) —The cold nights or Montrenl appear to have ended the baseball career of Outfielder Jim RussV:!. The Boston Braves senc Russc-11 to Montreal as part of a deal \vivh the Brooklyn Dodgers. And this was Russell's reaction today." "Right now I'm through vith baseball." insists Russell. "I slnip'v don't want to play in the minor? again after spending the last KBV. r. years in the majors. The nijjbl baseball in Montreal is too oolil and what with my health the sot- up is entirely too rough." Eli To Play Bates Gridders In 1951 New Haven, Dec. 29 --(UP* - 1'ale will open its 1951 too'.uini season by playing Bates Collci^-: at the Bowl on Sept. 22. This announcement was made today by the Bates athletic department at Lcwiston, Maine. The same wiy mark the return to the Yale Bowl of Ducky lA.nd. who is head football coach ut Bates. Pont) played baseball and tootball for Yale and later bo-Mine football coach for the Elis. He left in 1940. Pond Hill Juniors Whip St. Margaret's In Tourney Play The Pond Hill Juniors routed St. Margaret's 52-11, in a Waterbury Boys Club Junior Basketball Tournament f,'ame yesterday afternoon at the Waterbury surface. The locals scored almost at will against a game, but outclassed St. Margaret's five, building up a 31-8 lead at the half. Frank Montoni was the big gun for the winners, with i5 points. Jim Hutt scored 13 and Daly 12. Squires and Brennan scored four each for the losers. The Juniors will play their second tourney game this afternoon, taking on the strong Waterville Juniors, at 2:30 o'clock. Y Junior Tankers To Meet Torrington The Naugatuck YMCA Junior Boys' swimming team will take on the Torrington Y boys in a meet Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the local Y pool, it was announced today by Y physical director Fritz Klambt. Coach Alex Sullivan requests all boys to be on hand tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock for a practice session. Yanks To Train In Phoenix In 1951 New York, Dec. 29—(UP)- The New York Yankees and Giants will trade training sites for one seas :.n effective the .spring of 195.1. The two clubs announced today that the Yankees will move lo Phoenix, Ariz., in 1951 and the Giants will take over at St. Petersburg, Fla. Yankee Co-Owner Del Webb is responsible for the swap. Webb lives in Phoenix and wants fans ir. that section to see the Yankees. The trade would have been made for next .spring but 'exhibition games already scheduled by both clubs pi-evented such a move. TO TAKK OATH Hartford. Dec. 29 —(UP)—The newly-elected -district vico-C'iri- | modore of the Coast Guard aux! iliary will be installed January 8 in New York City. Arthur E. On- of Stamford will take the oath of office at the annual district ocn- t'erenco according to.an announcement made by an official of the Third Coast Guard District in Hartford. REVIEW OF THE YEAR - - By Alan Mavei June M/ooL^corr A CHARLES P£'FEATS JOE V/AiCOTT JAKE £.A MorTA OF. /ft DETR.0/7- 7Z>^- .„_,. . ,- _ THS MtDPlSWE/GMT TITLE/ \ f * ''' " Uiiinbutct tf Kint Ftitiuu Sya&ttu Risdon Wins Dusty League First Round Championship Nips US Rubber In Thriller, 39-37 Two foul conversions in the last 14 seconds, one by Jo e Brody and the other by George- Litke, gave Risdon Mfg. Co. a 39-37 victory over U. S. Rubber last night. The v,-m enaoled the Tocflmakers to win the fttt-t round championship in the Dusty Basketball League finishing- the round with four wins' vv.thout a loss, m the second game of the evening, Naugatuck Chemical routed Naugatuck Glass, 68-44 Kisdon led 9-5 at the end of tlie slow first (period and increased their margin to 23-17 nt the half as the teams stepped up the teni- LUke> With nine Po^ts, Jurewicz, -with se»cn mcn for the Dinners "in kent R 'l I y "™ski kept Rubber within .striking distance by dumping, in 10 point.?. The WS mat ' P° or shooting Bailies ly caught ° d ard dum P-points before in !9 < . ,' n 12 straight eore Ri-idon could score. Trailing 29-4 with only 2.30 remaining in that anod Risdon came b£k on a Fouls by Jurewicz an ill Sweeney gave Risdon a 30-29 lead and Bill the first minute of the final e nal quarter, but Rubber regained the 31-29. on a l on | set £ ,hot . Yackowaki. A foul the ve s the lead once more, but a pair ^ul. conversions by TommPy monds pulled Rubber into a 33^33 Brody and Litke converted fouls and Jurewicz dropped in a basket to give Risdon a 37-33 lead at the automatic time. After ,p.]ay was resumed, Yackowski almost pulled the game out of the flt-e, converting-two foul tries and adding a wm, , °^ ie the score at "- a » w'fv, ?o S han a mi "«te to go W,th 33- second left, Rubber h ad a chance to go ahead when Chofev was fouled while shooting, but he missed both tries. With 14 seconds left, Brody wnls fouled and he made good on the try. Under the new ruling, Risdon was allowed to take the ball out of bounds at midcourt. They attempted to put on the "freeze" and ran out 10 seconds before Litke was fouled. He mad'! good on his try and the winners held onto the ball until the whiistle Litke scored 18 points to pace tho winners, while Jurewicz The scores: Risdon b Jurewicz, If 3 Brody, rf 1 Litke, c 7 Gesseck, Ig o Sweeney, rg i Shilinskas 1 f P 4 10 1 ; 4 li 0 ' 2 2 5 :30-WATR— XAUG ATUCK .NK\Y« WTJC— JUKI Plain Bill WWCO— Melody Matinee N THE AIR TODAY! Totals 13 13 3' Rubber b f Furtado, If o 0 3 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 Edmonds 3 Fruin, rf i Chofey, c o Blanchard i Yackowski, Ig g Wilcox o Wojack, rg 3 Massa g Totals ; 15 Score at half time, 23-17, don. Referee: Weaving. Chemical Churchill, If ., Magone, rf ... Mambrino Norton, c Tata Creddo, Ig lilcDermott, rg Tota] s 29 10 6 Glass b 3 9 1 1 . 1 7 3 Rib f • 2 0 1 1 0 0 3 1 4 1 Perock, If Kuczynski C. Mascolo, rf Aeriola, c Pawlowicz . Pitino, Ig- ', Gabriele B. Mascolo, rg 3 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 i re at half time: ical. Referee: Weaving. 18 844 33-15, Chem College Basketball North Carolina State 81, Rhod< Island State 64. Georgia Tech 64, Wake Forest !>Y Baylor 61, Vanderbilt 53 Northwestern (Okla.) 50 " South western (La.) 46 Holy Cross 71, Bowling Green 70 Iowa 81. Oregon 54 Texas 48, Alabama 41. West Virginia 58. North Carolina XJ. , —'' •*••*, <JUI(JWIUZ *-"Vl«.IlUII chipped in with 10. It was Brody's A & M 35. foul conversion, however which provided the winning point. Yac- kowsk! was easily the outstanding player for Rubber, scoring 20 poinU on eight baskets and four -ouls. He made most of -his (points line* 0 ' Sh0tS fr ° m outside tnc toul Chemical Wins In the second game, the scrappy Glas-? mighty mites held Chemical in check throughout the first period, knotting the count at nine-all just before the whistle. Chemical exploded in the second period however, paced by Lem Creddo with 11 points, and went out in front 33-l.» at the half. The second half saw the winners scoring almost at will. They froze the bail for more than a minute after the automatic time in the last (period, trying to keep the iccore down. Coach Andy McDer- motts kids never quit trying, however, and were still scrapping at the finish, Creddo with 19, Larry Mogone with 18 and McDermott with 16 were high for the winners. Andy Perok with 11 and Charlie Mascolo with nine points topped Glass. Huskies Out To End Four-Game Losing Streak Tonight Storrs, Dec. 29—Connecticut's basketball team will attempt to break a four-Kame losing- .streak here tonight in the finale of a three-game vacation slate which pits it against top-nanking- Muhlenberg College, Besides having lost the first two vacation tilts to Manhattan and Pitsburgh, the Uconns also have lost to Brown and to Yale. The Uconns now have a 3-4 record which, of course, they would like to even up tonight at the expense of the visitors from Allentown, Pa. The Mules, however, are expected to furnish the toughest competition the Uconns have been called on to face this year. The little Lutheran school has a veteran squad that last year scored double victories over both Temple and Long Island U. and also chalked up wins against Seton Hall, St. Joseph's and Cornell. Still with -the Mules are eight lettermen, including three players who scored over 200 points a year ago. With speed and experience to rely on, the Mules are being picked as one of the teams to watch in the East. They dropped a close one to Temple this year but have registered convincing victories over Fordham, Delaware and Pennsylvania. APPOINTED Hartford, Dec. 29—(UP)—A Ne,v Britain doctor was appointed tc- day to the Connecticut Osteopathic Examining Board. Dr. Frank F. Poglitsch succeeds Dr. Benjamin F. Adams of West Hartford who resigned last April. Pog-Htsch will fill the unexpived portion of the term, ending- Julv 1, 1952. Ohio State -13, Cornell 42 Wisconsin 68, Rutgers 55. Penn State 51, Duke 48 Colorado 7, Nebraska 57' , S, Thomas Buffalo Univ. 78, Colby 58 Harvard 68. Michigan State Lafayette 83, Now York AC 73 Oklahoma City U. 37, Oklahoma St. Olaf 62, Augustana 50 Missouri 47, Michigan 46 Rice 72, Wichita 65. ^Taylor Univ. 72. Highlands UW Pittsburgh (Kans.) 63 Tex-is State College 49. Franklin 61. Indiana Centra] 58 Wyoming 40, Arkansas 26. KUBBEK FIRE Middletown, Dec. 29— (UP)— Fire of undetermined origin cau^i minor damage today in the mixing room of the Middletown Rubber Co. Firemen said that before they arrived, the flames had been doused, by an automatic sprinkler system. Has Rare Operation FOURTEEN-YEAR-OID Louise E. Mays is shown at her Primrose, Pa., home after she was operated on at Philadelphia's Pennsylvania Hospital, virtually curing her "heart ot stone," thus assuring her a merry Christmas. 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