Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on February 7, 1947 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Friday, February 7, 1947
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»-»AtT0ATtTcit insws (CONN.), VMDAV, naft.-,v INT . .. ByWUliam Sharp WIN mPQUCK ACCUSED THEIR Local YWCA Will Compete In Conn. A. A. U. Swim Meet New Haven, Conn,, Fob, 7—Thirteen glrl.i, .reprMcntlnjf TWCA groups from New Hiwen. Waterbury," Norwalk, Stamford and N»u- iratuck, will .vie for th« Connecticut A. A. V. 100-yard ch'ahiplbnx<hlp an just one of the many f*«tiir*a carded for th* annual Yal«.-.»wlmmlnjr carnival In tho Ptiyno -Whitney Ovmna»ium a week from Saturday nlKbt. ' • •' . .'•;•During fhe'afternoon time trials will, bo pare tho field down to. six fln'alljts for -ono of tho evicnt» of .the ntur- iituddcd program, which wlintrlng some of the top.HwimmlnK talent in America to Now Haven. ".. • The Naugatuck representative will be the wcll-kmnvn Rcgina Sullivan, a protege of Alex Sullivan, one . of .Connecticut'! oul*tandlnfr distance swimmers and veteran champion of these events. Giant Officials Off To Training Site Now York, Feb. 7—(UP)—The front-office staff of tho New York Giant baseball tenm Is on tho way to the club's spring training camp •t Phoenix, Arliona. Tho group includes President Horace Stonoham, Publicity Director Oary 'Shumachor and Field Manager Mel Ott. They will open the team's now quarters and prc- pnrc for the arrival of the players on February 13th. Traditional Foes On Irish 1947 Football Schedule South Bend, Indiana, Fob. 7 — (UP)—Here's what Notre,, Dame football fans have been-waiting foi since the close of th«lM6 season It's the 1947 grid schedule. The Irish open their season October 4th by playing Pitt .at Pittsburgh. Then comes Purdue'Octo- ber llth at Lafayette, Indiana and Nebraska at South Bend on the 18th".. . Iowa visits the .Notre' Dnom home stadium October ,25th »nd Navy .squares, off against the Irfih Jn Cleveland on November'l»t. "the much-talked about Army game will ,bo played at Notre 'Dame November 8th,.followed •• by the' Northwestern gome onrthe- 15th at Northwestern and the Tularib game at Notre Dame on the 22nd. November 29th is open and the Irish will close their geasoh' December eth by meeting' Cal in Los Angeles. GOLDIE'S Oamera Shop Fodorul, Hunraj, IMtjur, KejrMr , Soldllfht IT Grand St, «-«Uj. Tel. 0-1878 »•«••.««. Orrh. frl. ft ,M,,I. HI-HAT RESTAURANT 185-18!) No. Main St. Wiitrrhurr »l>»liill<ln« In Iliinic Conkril t-'im thnlcf l.lmmrn, Ulnro. Kic. Phono 4-9837 FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 WAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. 4 OAK STREET Fiilrhanhit-Morse 1000 WATT GENERATOR YOUR LIQUOR DOLLAR GOES FURTHER At The J. K. STORES CUT KATE, LIQVOnS, WINES, BKBH8 Free Delivery Anywhere In Boroufh M Nn. Miln Nt. Senior House Loop Starts Tonight At Y The YMCA Senior House league, n. recently organized circuit, will play its opening games of the season this evening at tho Y gym, Tho circuit was originally scheduled to swing Into action last Friday, but gave up its playing time for the March of Dimes benefit. Six teams will .compete jn the loop, namely: Dog House, Hot House, Ice House, Green House, Light HoUDc, Gas House. Boston Bruins Lead In 100 Point Scorers Boston, Feb. 7—(UP)—The Boston Bruins are having a tough time of It In the current Stanley Cup raco. It's n hip-and-tuck battle to hang on to third place in the National Hockey League. But when It' c'omes to the centur- (ans — hockey's 100-goal club — they hands down among tho playern on the active llat. There were only 16 Centurlans around at last nount. And five of them arc Bruins, including an entire front line, the famed Kitchener kids. Lcs Canndicns and the Chicago Bl'ickhawks arc right behind Boston with three members each. Montreal has tho loader, Joe Blake, who has blinked the red light 219 times. * •. He's followed by Boston's play- making Bill Cowloy, with 188, Bryan Hextull of the. New York Rangers with 173 and Syl Apps of Toronto with !(!•«. fJrfcyidi^ •- • rtiT. - • -.. • -tf*. ' -... • •' ' . • -''• i' -.'•..- .. '."'.. ' • ' '.-..' 'i .* '•" '1-.^ - ~v • ... i •'•'.'• '.i :' • i'i ,. «•.. • / :•. ' '.-.-' • * - '- .• ' .. ':..•.'''• ^*^^ •' • ..''•'Minus Uscakiewicz,Fo Expect Trouble With Lavender •*>. • .. ..•--,-• .- . ^ . . :v - ....••••••• :r.- •. ; • No Advance Sale Of Tickets Here For Encounter At Ansonia . High The Naugatuck High School .basketball Greyhound* .. clash against Ansonia tonight . at. ..' the -Anaonla High school. -gymnasium. -The outcome of.tho game-will have a material effect on the^ NaugatucU, Valley League standing. 11 ,, ag Coach Ray Foloy's, team ..'la still, in the running. for .the. championship ar -.-a result -of "Us easy '.win over Wllby Wednesday'' night, and Ansonia, whp had : to apply the pressure .to defeat Crosby Wednesday, is tied for -third place with Torrlngton: ; -. •. • Naugstuck'B easily won victory shown what the team can do without the help, of 'Chet Uscakiewicz but 'the abnence of . the ,«.tar ce'n-. tor., i or : tonight's 'game may make a .big. difference,, especially as the'. game will bo .played on Anaorila'si home floor. ,• . Bob Stnufreri .top man for the Valley •• League .scoring crown, will dp a great deal to cinch the game for Naugatuck If he play's 'as he did .against Wilby after being checked until the third period of that contest. If Naugatuck wins tonight it Will bo the I'Sth victory, out of 16 (tarts, -one' time 13 'would not be an- unlucky 'nuinber. A repeat performance such as Vln and .Joe Healy and • Bob Jones turned- in the Wildcats will go a t WiiBTOVerSt Francis Rams Chuck's Sti-vlce Five, returning to local .basketball .competition after 'an absence of -five' years, had an ensy time against the St.'.Fran- cls Rama • ar : Colunribug Hall, last night.' winning 46-10. Russ Weaving, Service center, paced the winners with 13 pplnts. ;'. •_ •'. "The Merry Mbi-ticlans, claimants of'- the borough amateur basketball • championship as a result of their win. bvor< the Post Office Big, JTive'easily defeated tho Hard- long way. to jnaXc the 13th victory come true. '• . The Naugatuck-Ansonia tilt, is scheduled to get underway at 8:30. The Naugaituck reserves will go against the Ansonia'. reserves In the first' contest of the evening at 7 o'clock. '••"-• • There will be no advance '.sale of tickets for the game in Naugatuck, it was announced last nlghit by Coach Ray Folcy. Tickets for the contest ' will go on sale at Ansonia High -school tonight at 6. . Fish, Game Against Passage Of Firearms Bill Resolutions against postage pf.a bill 'In. Congre*-- which would make registration' of firearms com- pulsory->vcrc adopted at'the meet- Ing of .the local Fish and • Game group, at the Town HnH Wednesday, Copies of the- resolutions will be.- sent to "U. S. Sen. Raymond. E. Baldwin and Rep. James T. Patterson with-a request that they, vote agwinst; passage if Lhc bill. The. club also votPd to start immediately to build a fishing pond on It's land at Plaits Mills, acquired several weeks ago. It was decided to have officers mnet Sunday morning with aj* «rchitict and Inspect the grounds for the pon'd. Prcs. Sltar said that the pond would be fed by several brooks. Rocco Mariano and Josoph MBTI- glni were named co-chairmen of a-committee to arrangp for the •annual smoker At Linrten Park hall In April. A date for the nf- fair will be decided at the March meeting. ware Kwlks.-of Waterbury, ning .up a 51 r Sl total, Gormleywlth 18 points was high Bcor.ei 1 " for the winners. The scores: : , •. ' - Chuck's Edmonds, If ...'....:. Janlck, rf Neary ..,.-,. Weaving,, c ., Gunnoud, Ig M. 'Sweeney, rg .'.... B. Sweeney ;... 2 Totals .' 22. 1 . : - • b .... Rams P. LaFontaine,'If .. ... 0 Ti .McCann, rf 0 J. Finke. c '.'. . 0 .T, Borgnis, Ig 2 J. Morris, rg 1 Totals .'. ,' 3 4 10 Score at half time: 12-2, Chuck's. Referees R. Markovic, R.. Currier, B. Mascola, C. Mascola. Merry Morticians Nolde, If Schmelkc l Smith, rf i Gormley .". e I Weaving-, c, '........ 5 'Buckmillcr ' 0 Shea, Ig ; 2 Finke ...:.., ',.. o Rawllng, rg o Rossi Fighters In Action Tonight Two of Joe Rossi's stable of fighters will be in action tonigfrt at the Danbury armory, Joe Madden and Paul Kovach will show on the Hat 3lty card which has been arranged by Pete Monies!, famous Danbury fight promoter. Nacettes To Swim In Yale Carnival New Haven, Feb. -7 — Thei Nacelles, one of the most brilliant groups of women swimmers In the nation, have been added to the long 1st of outstanding, aquatic stars who will perform here February IS at the Fifteenth Annual Swimming Carnival of Yale University In the Payne Whitney Gymnasium. The Nacettes, - specialists In formation swimming, are from bhe Newark Athletic Club and the water ballet work of these girls,com-' bines skill and grace to the utmost dogroc. The cast is;madc up of ton girls who are not only top notch swimmers, but specialists in precision work. f P 2 10 0 2 0 2 6 18 4 14 0 0 1 B 0 0 1 1 Tatals 19 13 51 Kwlks - b f p Hymen, If . -. 4 Fitzgerald O'Connor, .rf Louis ..;.... 1 3, 0 8 0 2 0 ,6 Kllroy, c .-... 237 Football Lettermen To Honor Cheer Leaders Next Week Peel La Russi, Ig 000 000 Tuloiro 0 0 0 Mlnicucci. rg 2- 0 4 pleason '....... 0 1 1 Totals 13 531 Score at half time: 27-15, Moi'ts. Referee, Fox; scorer, B. 'Markovic; timer, B. Mascola. Purple Knights Oppose Colored Giants Sunday Naugatuck's Purple Knights will stack up against the Brooklyn, N. Y., Colored Giants at tho local Y Sunday afternoon, without the services of their star forward. Gene CzapHcki. Coach Cliff Swirski of the Knights has announced that Czap- llckl has decided to turn in his uniform for the remainder of the season. Gene will report to .the St.Louls Cardinals' training camp in FJorida later in the month, and has decided to take . time off to get ready. ' Manager Ploski of the Knights has lined up the Y, Bluebirds to oppose the Central Avenue Spnedy Five In the preliminary. HONORED Boston, Feb. 7— (UP)—Dlt Clapper, tho Iron man of hockey, will be honored Wednesday as no oth- or living hockey player ever has mV 0 ' 1 ' °" "'» Wh birthday, will be officially notified of his election to the International Hockey,. Hall of Faroe. He la the first plnycr to be elected while still living, Elk lake in Oregon is nearly a mile above soa level. Dancing to Naine Bands BUCKINGHAM HALL Waterbury' SAT. EVE. FEB. 8—8:30 P. M. (in 1'eraon). Direct from. N, Y. FREDDIE BREDICE King of the Guitar and hl» orch«»tr.i Fraturtnr S Original Gultarlut* Coming! ! ST^N KENTON Adm. f 1.20 Including tux ; . MEET THE BEARDS Coach Tom Magner',3 Waterbury Guards will. meet the House of David basketball team at the .Waterbury armory tomorrow night. The Magnermen took the measure of the Bristol Tramps lost Sunday. BIXLER TO COLGATE Columbus, Ohio, Feb. 7—(UP) — It has been learned that Paul O. Blxlcr will resign as head football coach at Ohio State university ;to accept a similar post at Colgate university. DODGE Hotchkiss St. Garage 47 HOTCHKISS STREET .... Tel. S727 J. L. MAZHAUSKAS,. Prop. SALES — SERVICE PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R&M ALLEYS 158 MAPLE STKEBT Outstanding Work Of Cheererettes Last Fal To Get Deserved Rec ognition. plans have- been made to a ceremony to be held at the high school at which lettermcn of thi 1946 football squad will pay hono to the seven higl^ school cheer lead ers. Tho .event 'is scheduled fo the Senior assembly next week. The ceremony is tha outgrowtl of plans which were made after th close of the football season by members of the squad. The pel formance of the cheerleader throughout the fall had, in thi opinion of the- football men. been outstanding 1 ,- and the boys-decidec that some official expression o appreciation might bo in order. It is believed that Football Cap tain Charlie DeAngelo originated the idea v/hich was immediate); and enthusiastically seconded b; Bob Jones. Tom Walsh, Jack Cud dy, Tom Bradshaw, Bill Lang. an< next year's qo-captains. Ken Zerbc and Bill Desmond, among others. A spokesman . for -Ihe group ap preached High School Principa Edward L. Kehoe who immediate ly gave approval to the project The event was planned so as no to interfere with regular schoo scholastic routine. It is reported that several facutty members helped out in various ways, and one faculty member in particular lent Invaluable service in planning details and supervising preliminaries. One of the principal features-ol the ccromony will be the presentation of a "Scroll or Appreciation' to each of the cheer leaders by-a designation spokesman for tho football pfoyers. Considerable ^Itr.c and effort was put into the prep- SUNDAY JIMMY DORSEY and His Orchestra World's Greatest Saxophonist and Greatest Dunce Band featuring , Dee Parker Bob Carroll Karl Kiffe Adm. Incl. tax and wrobe 1.60 Wed—Frank Wojimrownkl. »nd Modrrn I'nllsh rbum.—Iry llln«» KUrmrrH. •' Saimre 8»», WaltUH unil Modern t,—.Runny Rnmnirl Hlli Orchcotra and the .C<IHN Steel yoursBlfr-The Beginning or the End is coming! TODAY* SAT-SUN 20*CENTliflYfOX MOVIt STAR of ' StATE PAI.H' • '3 UTTii GIRIS -'Gorcey WED. "MIGHTV McGURK SMART PEOPLlE" aration of these documents, each of which has been individualized to fit its intended recipient. Wording on the scrolls is ihe Lettering is-the work of Captain DeAngelo. Every, member of the Sibby Sisti Signs With Boston Braves (By United Press); .The American. Association's 1946 batflng champion is all sei to mox-<. up to the Boston Braves. , Sibby SL-t!—\vho hit .343 with Indianapolis last season —Ivas joint cffoTt of several members of I signed his contract with the Na- thc equad, according: lo reports, tinnal League Braves. - - - Voted.- the outstanding . minor league player by the basebsUl bible —Tho Sporting News—Sisti is a leading prospect for shortstop or third base with the 1947 Braves. • He played with the Braves a few football squad has autographed the documents which should make them a valued keepsake in -the opinion of many high school students to whom the planned ceremony has been an open secret for some weeks past. In keeping with the football motif, principal speaker at the assembly next week will, be a prominent borough figure who is, himself, a- former star football player at one of the larger Eastern universities. The seven cheer leaders who will be honored arc: Capt. Sabina Zalcski, Ann Fitzpatrick and Myrtle Harding Seniors; and Cccilc Tracy, Jeanne Hackett, Dorothy Zehndcr and Lois Hcrmonatt, Juniors. Asia is the only continent which rivals North America in tobacco growing. A million acres, chiefly in India, Is devoted to the crop. ' years ago shortly after leaving school, but was sent to the minors for seasoning. SALEM Today — Sat. ALCAZAR Today WARNER*' Sat. - * TMIWACE - •Oarryl f Zonuck era - JOHN fORD'S DENNIS MOHMI\ JACXGUBON ^ jR.esaasg!'. sasu BOXING Auspices Wtby. A. C. Goo. Mulligan, Promoter . TONIGHT State Armory, Waterbury MAIN BOUT 10 RDS. RED DOTY ; HARTFORD VS. • JERRY FIORELLO BROOKLYN, • N. Y. Seml-Flnol BILLY BROWN MANCHESTER • '•-• ' • ' vs.' • "•.• CHARLIE HOWARD PITTSBURGH Andi 3 Other BouU PRICES: $3,60 RlngKlde ,$1.75 Reserved—Gen. Adm. $1.23 All Tttx'-JncJ. T/ckeU Now on Sale at Mulll- gnn'n Restaurant, 16 ; Phoenix Ave.,., Waterbury.. -Phone S-B700 DANCE TONIGHT and EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT Willow Crest Ranch off Route en, Bethany Week after week, more and more folks arc enjoying theae informal pct-to 5 cclient in- the old Hny Loft at the Willow Crest Ranch. We'll be seeing- you Friday nights. Salem Beats St Francis, 25-23 In Extra Period .By KENNY CLYMER : •.Salem needed more than regulation lime to turn back St :; in n regrular Grammar School b«*- Jjctball league content at the hirh TTchopl recently, winning in a ii n . glc overtime period, 25-23. i, ; The game was forced into txthi playing time when Manuel Mtto« cut the cordit with a set shot from the foul line to tic the icor* »t 23 'all, with but a few second* of reflation time remaining. Prospect edged out St. Hcdwlr 1 ! by a 25-23 score also, jn the i«c- ond game played, aa Suizdak pued the winners with nine point*. -Bryk racked up ten points for the loi- ers. ' : Hop Brook had an cany time with -Central, running up « 44:11 •core, as Szczepkowskl • accounted for 16 points for the winners: Hop Brook led 8-2 at the end of the first period; 20-6 at the half, .and 30-8 at the end of the third period. • . PAINT HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ETC. Free Delivery BALDWIN- UNDER CONTRACT Los Angeles, Feb. 7—(UP)—The U-C-L-A left end who made virtually every All-America team in 1946 is under contract for three years to the Ix>s Angeles Don» of the All-America Pro Football league. He is Burr Baldwin, the six-foot, one-inch end who wu drafted by Ihe Green Bay Packers of the National Football league. California packs more sardinet than all other varieties combined. ^ CAR BATTERIES NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "RUSS" WEAVING, Prop. Wlnslow Court TeL 33H 5TRRHD larnt GICNtr 13 RUE JilRDELEini ANNABEL!.* COMTt • Mr U1MMK XJENIUS AT WORK' IMr MMM . Urn OJMT . O'BRIEN' SUNDAY AFTERNOON V ONir fOUR MOKE KRFOHMANCB TONITt ....... •!•• »*T. MAT ...... til« •AT. 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