Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 27, 1951 · Page 5
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SCOREBOARD Colts Break Down Being Rushed For Glamour Grind By HABBY GKAYSON OTA Sports Editor New York' — (NEA) — Another Kentucky 'Derby, .an* once more you "Hear thie old-timers say May 5 in much too early to send a three- year-old a mile-and-a-quartcr. . The huge .pile of -wreckage gives CAR SELECTIONS 1950 Fleetline Chevrolet Scdanette 1950 Chevrolet Club Coupe 1949 Fleetline Chevrolet ; ; Sedan 1949 Chrysler Windsor ;.,..; Sedan,, . .. 1949 Oldsmobile 6 Sedanette (hydromatic) 1949 Pontiac Chief tan . -|dqupie\<hydrpmatic) 1949 jjMterpirySedan 1948 Pontiac Sedanette, streamliner like new, . .hydromatic 1948 Pontiac Club Coupe, exceptionally clean ' 'CONVERTIBLES 1950 Chevrolet Convertible 1948 Chrysler Winsor conv. Fluid drive 1948 Pontiac deluxe chief tan conv. loaded, practically new 1947 Chevrolet Stylemaster • Conv. 1947 Plymouth Special deluxe, 4 door sedan 1948, Studebaker commander, regal deluxe, ' pverdrive W. W. Tires, loaded Most Of These Cars Are Fully -Equipped. Priced Below Ceillnp. Unconditionally Guaranteed Terms Arranged ', Traces Accepted , BRIDGE MOTORS. INC. hem a strong argument.*" Unless he is raced during the winter, a colt necessarily has to e rushed. And if he runs at, a winter track, ie is almost certain to tail off be- ore the big summer season is too ar along. • Citation, Whirlaway and Alsab vcre exceptions proving the rule, and they stuck like Mickey "Mantle. . The Preakness, two weeks after the Derby, is at a mile-and-three- out as his handler . attmpted to take a short cut to the Run for he Roses in '88. There is a long list of these, ...'.:',.. .",-, .Behave Yourself, Gallahadion and Jet Pilot, 'the iront runner, accomplished nothing worthwhile after bouncing down in front at Churchill Downs. Morvich never won again. Black Gold 'went wrong that season, and the story-book -horse set the style for winter horses in J_,ouisville: 'Plying .Ebony.-and Lawrin retired at the end of'the season. The Derby was -Bubbling Over's last race. Clyde Van ! Dusen brake down after the Derby- Burgoo King and Bold Venture broke down after the Preakness. Broker's Tip broke down in the Preakness. A bad leg sent Hoop Jr. to the farm after the Preakness. The tremendously-fast Johnstown started whistling during the running of the Arlington Classic. Count Fleet twisted his ankle during the running of the Belmont Sox Slug Yanks 13 -] Ajt Fenw?|; Phils Top Brooks sixteenths. The Withers Mile at Belmont Park, May 26, originally was a Jghtener for the Belmont Stakes at' a mile-and-a-half the true Derby distance, June 16. The English Derby coincides with the Belmont Stakes, so long ago racing men agreed that mid-June was the time to ask a three-year- old for his maximum effort. Then the sturdier fellows would on to the Lawrence Realization in late September. Stressing the Derby toll is the fact that there 'have been only eight Triple Crown winners .in 32 years —Sir 'Barton, .: Gallant Fox, Omaha, War Admiral, Whirlaway, Count Fleet, Assault and Citation. A frightul number of bright prospects have broken down in their trainers' efforts to get them to the julep journey so quickly and in unfavorable weather. I remember Pete Coyne complaining about .having to hurry Chance Sun, the Belniont Futurity winner of '34. 'The son of Chance Shot didn't make it, nor go inywhere else. I recall, old Alex Gordon moan- ng about having to hustle his favorite Coldstream, named after the 'amous Stud of that name, in '36. Stakes, had to be retired. The Kentucky Derby is a glamour gallop, but a costly grind. Local Gunmen Take Third Spot In Loop The United States Rubber Co. Footwear Plant U. S. Royals -Pistol Team finished third in the nine team Naugatuck Valley Pistol & Revolver League this season: Last night at the League's 5th lind the memorable duel between Bold Venture and Brevity, went no 'arthcr. The Shandon Farm's Burn- ng Blaze, a pippin, . was knocked Annual Banquet held at Lorie's in Derby, the season was brought to a successful close. ' •• R. C. Baxter of the Hoyal team received a ?|»£Cial match "as top shooter of the team. 'Mr. Baxter averaged 259.8 for 16 matches. Members of the.Royal team who competed throughout the year were: Captain ,; Baxter, George Grimm, John Edmoadson 1 , Orville Gilroy, Edward Bontempoj Dave Brown, John Jordan u and Pete Student. ' ' , Principal speaker of the evening was Willis Gayland of the FBI who gave an interesting talk toldstream struggled- in fourth be- | on the 'duty of citizens in regards (By United The Boston 'Red Sox, scored five times in the eighth inning yesterday to break a tight ball i game wide open and beat the visiting New York Yankee," 13-T. Veteran Ellis Kinder, .who relieved i in the fifth and gave '.the Yanks -only two hits after that, gets the win. Allie Reynolds, who took over for starter Tommy Byrne in the third, is. the loser. The Yanks held a '7-£ iead going into the sixth when the ' Bo- Sox scored four times off Reynolds to take the lead. Dtxm DiMaggio opened with a single . and scored : on Billy. Goodman's hit lafter Johnny iPesky and Ted Williams had flied .put and Vern. Stephens had walked. -Pinch hitter Walt Dropo walked, to 'nil .the -bases and. .all three .runners came home on- a double by Bobby Doerr. The 'five-run Boston attack in the eighth came off Bob Porterfteld and rookie Tom Morgan. There was only v bne home run in- the game — "a three-run wallop by Byrne in the second to give the "Yanks a temporary lead. Phillies Whip Brooks Last Night The Philadelphia Phils got only three hits, but i,t was enough for a 2-0 win over the visiting Bropk- iyn Dodgers. . < Robin Roberts "Went all the , way for the Phils to 'notch his second victory with an 'eight hitter. Southpaw 'Chris Van Ciiyk Started .for the Dodgers ami is the • loser. Van Cuyk pitched -no-hit •ball" until the Stock Cars Compete Sun. At Plainville Joe Tinty, sport director at the Plainville Speedway announced that the standard stock cars will be seen in action this Sunday. The .close competitive and thrill packed type of auto racing presented 1 by the jalopies the last few weeks have warranted their being signed up again. Mr Tinty also states that the work of making the free parking area and main entrance to the stadium grounds dust free has Been completed. Early entries received include •one from 32 year old Moe Gherzi of New Britain Moe already a three-time winner vwill" be gunning for his fourth straight victory There is no question that at the present time at least this Hardware City leadfoot is the one to beat Others scheduled to compete are speedster Jeiry NewKirk of South Meriden, Johnny Healy of Torrmgton Happy Jensen and Crash Murray of Waterbury, Ken Torrant of "W~ Sufffeld, Don Eas sett of Harnden, Jack Van Wyck of Manchester, Stuart Hellberg- of Hartford, Jack Goleman of Win- sled, Al Kelley; and! -Kay Jones -of Plainville, George Brow of New Haven, Al Kay of Bristol and Ed Patnode of West "Springfield Mass. ' . Post time Sunday afternoon is If It's Anything for Tour Floor Call A R K A Y FLOOR COVERINGS 50 Diamond St. TeJ. 6918 to regular law enforcement. Entertainment for the evening consisted of sensational trick shooting 'by _ Jack liacey of Winchester-Arms^ and dancing. Representing the Royals team at last night's affair were: Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Jordon, Mr. andiMrs. George D. Grimm, Mr. and Mrs. John Edmondson, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. McGrath and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dillon " . VETERANS There's a TIME MMIT ON G. I. Training. Register for June 25 Term. POST JUNIOR COLLEGE 34 Central Ave. W'bry. Tel. 4-8772 ONE-BIAN QUARTET " Syracuse, 'N. T.—.(NEA)—Jim Konstanty, . Phillies' pitcher, was on the baseball, basketball, boxing and soccer teams at Syracuse. WILDCATS LINE Austin, Tex.— (NEA)— Kentucky, on Texas' football schedule for the first time, will be the 21st state university to meet the,. Longhorns. flrth and was relieved for'a pinch- hitter in : the seventh. Clem Labine finished up. The Phils -scored.their first 'run in the fifth when Dick Si'sler was hit by-the pitch,, took second on a sacrifice and went to third when Andy Seminick singled for the^-flrst hit off Van Cuyk. Sisler scored on Mike GoViat's long fly. The Phils got their other run— and their other two hits — off Labine in the eighth..SemnicK singled and was forced at second by Goliat who then advanced on Robert's sacrifice and- scored on a 'single by Eddie Waltkus. . . Nats.Nip A's ""•••i,;;y : Right-hander Connie Marrero pitched the best game of the young baseball season last knight as Washington beat Philadelphia, 2-1. Marrero gave up only on Kit — a home run in the fifth by Barney McCosky — while winning v his second straight game.,. The---34ryear-j old righty walked only" two* inen; and struck out nine. -, • , ^ . .[• Giants' Drop: Another- --. '"* A 'The pitching of Johnny Sain,and batting of Roy Harteflelcl^gaiye the Boston Braves a 3-0'• shutout: over New York at the Polo Grounds. . : -, The righthander was tied up in a scoreless pitching battle with .loser Sal Maglie .until Hartsfield hit an inside-tlre-park homer with Sain on base in the/eighth inning Sam Jethroe; followed;with anothe home run, 'tut Sain didn't need '. i as he completed a six-hit shutKmt NAUGATCCK NEWS-(CONN.), FBItJAX. ArE.IL-27, 1»51—PAGE B ; BOBBBT TBAFICANTI ficanti, son of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Traflcfinti, 137 Hill St., Naugatuck, has enlisted in the U. S. Marine Corps for a period of three years. Robert is a graduate of Naugatuck High-school, June, 1950. He was a, member'of the ; school choir and was chosen the • most popular boy. ^He was also a member of the Meri'^ Chorus at Naugatuck, singing first bass Prior to his enlistment he was employed by the Risdon Manufacturing Co. The .-. officer in charge of the Hartford Marine Corps recruiting headquarters, Captain. John- W. McLaughhn, administered the oath of enlistment Immediately after the swearing in ceremony, Robert departed with other Connecticut men for Parris Island, S. C. for eight weeks basic training. Upon completion of. basic training and prior to his first d'Uty assignment," Robert will be "granted a ten-day leave to visit relatives and friends. GOOD DIAMOND State College, Pa.—(NBA)—Penn State's -.baseball -record -. in 20. seasons under Joe • Be'denk is "1M victories, 66 defeats and two ties. . INDIAN Providence — For more than 'two centuries, New England :agrlcul- ture showed the influence of "Indian methods. , ••• • • Currier Electric Gte 26 Church St. T«L416t Household -Commercial Industrial Wiring and " ' Westinghousc, Norgo and International Harvester Refrigerators Robert Traf icanti Enlists In Marines M, Sergt. William R. Elder, Jr. recruiter in charge 1 of the Waterbury Marine .Corps^recruiting of- fice'announced that Robert P. Tra- PEPS FIGHTS Deposed 'featherweight champion Willie Pep. of Hartford gets a ~ stern test -at San Francisco tonight. The little "-boxing master meets'tough Young'Eddie Chavez, an outstanding lightweight. Willie is spotting the 20-yearnDld califor- jiian aibout eight pounds in the overweight match. OUT OUR WAY BY J. R/WILLIAIWS I'LL* 6ET THEY NCW,AFTEI? A LIFETIME TH 1 BEMT'EKiD , OF A FOUR- ROOT WREMCH, TO THINK OF TH THATS BElW PAIP NOW FDR SOME AWFUL. MINDS ME OF TH' OLP 'PAVS-THE ..SHOP FULL OF WELSH- MEM AM 1 TH'eV'RE A 0REAT &IWC3IM KACB, AW X^r LUNCH HOUR. "ON TH' NIGHT SHIFT THEY HAD EVEN TH 1 IRISH AKi'GEK- ONWARD, 'TIS OUR COUMT(?y NEEPS ISBRAVEST, HE WHO LEADS US---STRIKE. •! FOR 'OWE, FOR , LIFE AMP GLORV- S5 It's easy,.. with Thai's true of a parly-line telephone, too. Party-line servie* is good when everybody keeps calls brief and allows tim« between calls; . , :r , , .--.,, You're sharing ,.. with national (Wensft : 'Your''Velephorfe eompcmy' has added- more telephones in 'the,past." five years than in its first 48 years. We plan f» •conlinue building as fo;if as the national emergency "permits. Meanwhile, the demands for telephone service are steadily rising ... for the military ... for war industry .. . for civilian defense. . 7 —-' ' -'"":•''•'-•-, , BE A GOOD PPJGATUCK TO CONTINUE TO fOURVOTE MAY7".WILLANSWERTHEQUESTION FOUR YEARS OF REPUBLICAN ADMINISTRATION RE-ELECT FOR WARDEN HARRY L CARTER FOR GOOD GOV'T CAPABLE — EFFICIENT EXPERIENCED — HONEST Aerial Ladder Truck 750 Gal. Pumper 3 Trucks For Street Dept. Police Patrol Car Police Mobile Radio Police Headquarters Relocated \ 25 New Fire Hydrants 66 New Street Lights Town Hall Hieiating System 4 Bridges Rebuilt Rubber Ave. — Whittemore Bridge Paving Outside Road Improvements " '"-/*• •:••: ; / ' • '• : - RE-ELECT THE ENTIRE REPUBLICAN TICKET *-\ BOROUGH S \ \ INTERESTED ONLY IN NAUGATUCK'S WELFARE Appropriation Reserve Fund For City Hill Street Grading ................. Appropriation ReserveiFund For .Street J)ept. Garage ..:.,.. i ? ...;.. ,v, „, „. $20^000 Increased Rubbish ^Collection From 6 ajtear^to 26a lEea* A* No Additional Cost 6484 Ft. Storm Sewer ;and 11,289 Ft. iSanitary Sewers Laid ? Boro Employees Salaries Increased-^Boro ^Employees Pension Fuiid Park Board—Improved Parks—Recrea^idn-^Little'League Baseball Housing Projects—Naugawam and 'Lewis^Street ; , - , ^ Planning Commission—New Schools—Western—Cross Street and Central Ave. Town Clerk—Raymond J. St. John <v Tax Collector—John U. Ferris Treasurer—John Z. Darby Selectmen—Catharine Nardello Sophie Dethlef sen Selectmen— Registrar of Voters—Henry Zwick Board of .Education- Emily Sophie Brown J. Nelson Judy Baliffs—Everett Bohavan , - ; C P. August Johnson Harold Stauffer "John "Reams Burgesses— 1st Ward—Harold Stinson 2nd Ward—Louis BeCarlo ' 3rd Ward—Robert V. Anderson -INTERESTED NAUGATUCK'S WELFARE THE TOP VOTE THE STRAIGHT REPUBLICAN

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