Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 2, 1947 · Page 6
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Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, January 2, 1947
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f Q—NAUGATUCIC MAWS (CONN.), 'JrillTJlSUAV, JAN, 3, I III? GOLDIE'S i Camera Shop federal, S'tnrny, JXUiir. Ki-v/cr SoKlliffht 17 Grand ««., \Vlh.v. Tul. fi-187S If Yon Want to liny or Sell REAL ESTATE See "Tony" Farrar Tel. 4233 Naugy Basketball Forces Look For Revenge Tomorrow REVIEW OF YEAR IN SPORTS — —SEPTEMBER G. E. HOTPOINT AGENCY HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 ClftmCH ST. Snliirti-il inn) tirul woinrn run itfl U IIIHII llrn>. A limn of K1IHI nisti S'-MUMi wlipn iinimi>ll.v n. /•iilll III \'Z motlthly < < otisrrilllvr lislulliiirlll-, (if SIO.O.'i riM-h, Ihi^'t. horfiivv utiiifri'HNiirlly, nit It' :i I"nn Is 111'- lirst M,ln- :lnii. i;lvr us 11 fhnnrr (n any •Vi>»" won't MIII? (;»iur In nt jli'iiii- \V)tli'rluir.v :[-3KH. (.011111 HllllllM-1 til IIC|; "\V" U ill- NII, Hill, l.iilin** MLI (i) tr> fiin^, THOMAS .1. MACNKK. MI.T. siroi- UERK AND SAVK! • CARRIAGES • HIGH CMMBS • UOC KICKS • 1M.AY YARDS « TAYLOK TOTS BENSON'S KIDDIE SHOP ISO SOIITJI MAIN ST. Men's White Linen DRESS SHIRTS ,?3.69 Seek Victory Over Copper City High School To Avenge Thanksgiving Football Defeat » '• 9 STOKE M SJ'KINC STREET ELECTRICAL NEEDS Electric Appliance Co. 1.244 Mnldwin St. Wat. — Tel. <M2-«2 *++»• r*ff *•.+**+** Chrysler and Plymouth O. M. C. Truck* J.C.Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing 1<* SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone 4000 ( f+~r+f*rr~~f*wr*f^ 5 RADIO EXPERTS Peter Paul Inc. NAUGATUCK, CONN. < Manufacturers of Nation's Largest Selling CANDIES AND CHEWING GUMS Since 1925 SWAN'S \ IS Church Si. — TcL 2374 GET A JEE£ Tnnr M'H.r.VS-OVKIII.ANU l>i>»lr» LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc, Off COJNCi AWAY? GKT VOUH LUGGPGE At FISHER'S in s ^»>^ ;.Si. r .Wtttvrhur.y . PAINT HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ETC, Free Delivery CANS, Inc. Maple Street Tel. 3507 25% Reductions On LAMPS kUGATUCK HARDWARE NEABT BCILDtNG , TEL. 5213 .MID-YM.AB TKKM Day School February S >'ltTlll Sohnol J.-iiinarv 23 C'all-V/ritt- or J'lunu: -1-8773 OOLLKGS U Cnntrul Avc. \Vutorln:n Venetian Blinds = LEBON'S !i70 No. Mnlri St. T.-I. M-7 1 -.".:! -\V»(firljnry DODGE s Hotchkiss St. Garage «, > 17 HOTCHKISS STKKET )| ; Tul. n727 *; * .1. I,. MAZILAUSKAS. Prop. 51 j SAI..BS — SKHVICK >. IJASKKTIJAM. KNI-:i-; PADS i and UMFOHM HAGS NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "JIUSS" W1CAVING, Prop. WJn.sJow Court Tel. 8S34 1947 PATTERNS IN WALLPAPER TRIMZ WALLPAPERS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAI'LK STREET ( I'roni City Bnknry) Free Delivery Telephone 3041 GREETINGS OF THE SEASON TO ALL! ! UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. FOOTWEAR PLANT ot Nauflratnck Connecticut ' Coach K(.iy' Fol-cy's ^ Hifli School basketball Greyhounds will meet Coach BooLs Jarvis' Ansonia Hiph So'.iool five at the ftato armory in Watcrbury tomorrow oveninjt in a friimc which p-ivc.-i ovot-y promise of beinff a close, hard-foiig-ht Both (cams arc undefeated to date. Both teams, of course, will be Koinp a.11 out for a win, but tho Greyhounds >vl)l be especially anxious for victory, Not only are they .hot after their third Valley Bnskotbatl league championship in a row, but the boys recall the drubbing: which Ansonia's football forces handed the Naufratuck Hiph School team Thanksgiving- Day, T.hc Greyhounds arc out. for rove riff o. Both Icnms rate even choice.", for the b,-ittlo on the basis of their | past records. The bift threat to j the Greyhounds' cfmncos is Ani sonla ccrjtor Vin Drake, 'hiRh j scoriir for the Copper City forces. j What str:itcR-y Coach Folcy will j use to stop the Ansani.i pivot man I remains to bo seen, but you may i-Mt assured that Vincent will receive plenty of attention when the two squads meet. I Naupatuck has two p.harpshoot- ors in forwards Bob Sfiuffer aiii Vin Hoaly. Stauft'er and Drnke are currently tied for nrst place- in Valley ]c:i)?Lie although Nnufiatuck has played but ono le.i;rnc conlost /to Ansonia's two. Tickets for the Kruno arc on .sale now at tho Olson DruA' on Church street and the Nmig-auick Drug Co. on Nort.'-. Main street. T;owl game results occupy the ?;imtli;Tht, this mo7-nin£ after the first day in the year of Our Lord, 3941 In the original bowl contest, the Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif., ! tho University of THinois ran up an ovurwhclminijf -ifi-l/l score against thn BrnJns of UCLA. Although the Illinl dominated the scorinj,', it was a member of the losers who provided the individual thrill of *hc dav, when Al Hoisch, 143-pound scat back of UCLA, took a Kick oil in his own end zone and rnn 103 yards to a touchdown. The Ii2nd annr.ul meeting of. the East-West at San Francisco which cannot[ strictly speaking, be classed as n bowl contest, provided much better football than did most of the other games played yesterday. The West scored twice on passes to win, 13-9. Gttiur bowl results appear below. Tho big news in basketball wns the defeat last nigtit of the hitherto unbeaten City Collejyo five at the hand:; of Oklahoma at Madison Square Garden. The Sooncrs won by a 5G-52 score. Long- Inland University dumped Brigham Young, 6259, in the first game of tho evening. WANTS GAMES Tho Scnn -Motor Indians, n semipro br.skotball club ot Woonsockct, R. I., is looking for games with teams in this area. If interested contact Paul Pryor, 012 South The Rhode Isiand Reds hockey team scored a 3-1 victory over the New Haven P.amblors nt Providence !ub-t night. Gonls in the third period bv Billy Arcand and Cliff Roach won for the Reds. Bowl Game Scores Kosc—Illinois -15 UCLA M. Surnr—Georgia 20, North Carolina 10. e Knights Reschedule Townie Array Oi'angc — Rice S. Tennessee 0. Cotton — LSU 0, Arkansas State ,._...,^ ,. i .i U | j, j^vi, U(« OULILH ft! Jll'l ! Q ' o^eiS^nsociriS^K^' I Hn ?»^»™- *' N ' C ^ Just Arrived! ! Auto Pulse Electric Oil Range Pump For puni|)iiifc oil direct from ccllnr (o riinjrn or hn:itcr without (hi- use of j-JKs or contnln- ors. Tumps an; cnllroly uuto- nmtic, simple and clean and can ho installed quickly and nt-titly tip installed quickly and m-::tly. Will pump from any si/.e collar or outside- oil tank or drum, Installation in 3 hours In a-vcr- o homo. Pump now on bund; free estimates. Lanny Giraldi 72 IJJffh St. Tel. ~>l>8'l—X'-lfiO ARCH RESTAURANT •t<i ARCH STREET Napoleon Ilojrauskas, I'rop. Serving DELICIOUS FOOD and FINEST WINKS, LIQUORS and BEERS Men's Lunches Daily Full Liquor I'rlvlle.ffo.s Oil— Georgia Tech -II, St. Mary's 10. Zephyrs Meet New Britain Sunday Afternoon At YMCA Invaders Have Strong Squad Composed Of Ex- College Players Manager Otto McCann will pit Prairie View—Praii'io View 1-i , | hi.- 1 N:in K aiuck Zephyrs aprainst thn Lincoln 0. ' Now Rritdin Pros Sunday nftor- Sun—Cincinnati IS. Virginia Toch •'noon ;H the local Y. The Zephyrs 0. ,c i won their lust skirt St. China—31th Airborne 12, Army-1 Casimir's of Terryville and will be Navy All-Stars 0. • shooting tho works ito remain in Cigar-—Delaware 21. Rollins 7. |(ho win column. Harbor—New Mexico 13, Montana j However, tho Pros will show .1 St. 13. . ; sti'onK squad which, in their Raisin—San Joso St. 20. Utali St. 0. Uramc playod, clcferttcfl the B.-iiJprc-1 "''."';'j,l' Wil! Rojrors—Pejjpci-dine 3S, Neb. ' port Sprinf,'woods, 53-53. They ' ° \Voi.-le.\-;in l.T. '' ; 1;l \. e n |ine-i:p which show.-; scv- crnl former colletro stars incltlclin; Risdon Takes Two From Bristol Team CinuiV lod the way with 3-SO as Risfio.i took two from Bristol in a regular Industrial IC.TRUC howlinR session at Anncnberfj's alleys. Eut- '.crf.o'.d took three from EMI with four of their five men poinK over the 300 mark. Su.iima liil 3-13; 'Lnndati. 3-1-1: Plosky, 307, nnd Son- omoresBeat Freshmen Team In Interclass League The Sophomores- beat the Freshmen regular High School Girls' Intercln.w basketball league contest played at the higli-- school gym. done guarding- on the -part of the Sop,homorcs marked Che game. Only two. of the Freshmen were permitted to score. The Seniors, beat the Juniors in another league contest, 14-4. Maxwell with. 10 points, was-high scorer for the winners. Sophomores (30) B F P P. Hackctt. If 2 0 4 J. MoccJiel 4 0 8 O. • Rakcvio',1 0 0 0 J. Elclor, rf 0 0 0 Maryln . .'. .2 0 4 M. Duba. R. Gaydik, c . . B. O'Dannel .. . L. Click. ....... T. Frcmon, \s • P. W. Adiuncki L.. Eanon. rg . W. Dcmonisky . Totals FrcHluncn (10) J. O'Donncll, If E. Scsritli B. A, Rathburn. rf ......... 0 A - Cinllo H. SesrctU ..000 ..30 JO ..000 ..000 .204 ..000 ..000 ..000 .15 0 30 B F P ..204 ..000 3 0 G 0 Invaders Ranked High In Connecticut B a ft k e tbaU Circles \ M ' Cfich Cliff today, an-/ nounccd t/'ia.t Vhe Naugatuck "Pur.", pic KniKhts-Ncw Milford Townioii basketball contest, postponed tast/ Sunday because of disrupted. tr»-f-' flc conditions, has been booked for I'.nturday nip/ht- at the local/Y. •j/his fc-itui-rt attraction will follow a 7:30 preliminary starring 1 Central Avenue of the local schoolboy •lwc,'.o in acaion against the; All- Stars. 1 .Rivals^ of old, both the KnijfMn nnd t.'ie' Townier, arc pointing for Suture-ay's clash with confidcnco and leaders of both quintets predict victory for their respective squads. Swirski, the local mentor, also announced that his charges, will iold .1* final drill Friday evening from £ to 9 o'clock at the Y court in preparation for a busy weekend. The Knights face the Assoni/i Norwoods at that city Sunday and Monday they clash with Moiinan Schaffcr's Scovill flVft. However, the Kr.ijjhts . «irc at" pi'cser.t concerned with the New Milford contest a.s lihe invaders will brinff one of the strongest combines in Western Connecticut here for the fray. Playias Manager Jack Bray's Townics have 1 won three {fames while losing two in a record compiled against leading ' pro nnd semi-pro teams. ' Fi-cddic Collins^ also known for his baseball ability, will head the Townics roster lha.t includes Joe J. Miller, c . . A. Kapp C. Simeif . .. . R. Sullivan. 15 M". Deega.n ... A. Kanks . .. . .D. Mitchell E. Bnrb.i?, re; E. Tuttlc . .. . M, Brown . .. . 0 j Hc.irn, former Fordham flash, Bill 0 0 0 I Buker. Dates U. star, Carl Brutz, • 000 Washington College speedster, and f 000 000 000 000 0 0 0 I with old reliables, including- Frank 0 0 0 j Furs, Ray LoTnan, "Orky" Garlin- 0 ° ''jslfi. Hank SwirsJfi, Zig Korowotny, 0 0 0 j Gene Czaplicki. Chcc, Frank and 3. host of other Capable performers. - ".'..' The Knichts are expected to bo at full strength and wjII ' counter 00*. Chuck WojacU. Totals Seniors (M) Louieville ! Vulcan—Tcnn. St. 32, :o:i. 'i. Tar.porine—Cat.awba 31, Maryville Teachers 6. Flowers—Delaware St.'7, Florida Normal G. JSamboo—I, & E. Raiders 13, Scho- fickl Bks. 6. Corton-Tobacco—Norfolk 0, Richmond 0. Pineapple — Hawaii 19, Utah 36. Alamo—Hartlin-Simmons vs, Denver Postponed to' Saturday. PLAY POOL and Bowl at the' R & M ALLEYS IM IHAPM! STK.KJ5T CAUS WINTERI/KD AT CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 18 BRTnOI3 ST. TET,. 4800 J MrMll.LAN MOTOR TILS * Tn oihor, matches rolled, the Xausatuck Chemical hit 1072. to take tv.-o from the U. S. Rubber. and the Synthetic took two from Mr-Kin although thoy hnrl a smaller total pin foil, 1CSG to 3603. J^or Mc.crin, Swnnson 'hit 310: Volpo, 329: Petes-son. 323; Alici»nc, 322 and Bernaitis. 313. For Synthetic, Biscoe hit 331; Butkus. 319; Er.ama.i-t. 310; Aclamski, 263 ar.d i Jok, 30-1. Me gin (I) Jeanne GRAIN MARGIE IN TL'CHNICOLOR Gltnn LANGAH - lyn/i BAR! Aha XOUNC 2nd BIT N 'DANGEROUS MILLIONS Kent TAYLOR-Dona DRAKt COMING Tin: rliijnkniim .Hid II, IJIlly, iilliN Vsilli-}- in' I >M> /i,ml.Irs L/co Morson, former LIU star, Nat Gordon of NYU, Jack Runnci of St. Francis, Sydney SMrr, Oklahoma A & M, Ed JSoizyk, Coast Guard. Jack Cusicks ancl Ken Ohlverson, both of the University of Snlti- morc. Other.* on the squad include .Dan Noi-kun of the Plain- villc Pros, and EM Grant, who made fiuite a. name for himself in hiprh school, " M\>r,;iKCr McCann will have- Czn- plici;i, Pistarclli, Ryan. Yap.kow- ski, MoDc-rmolt. lluccio. Kdmonds :ind Reilly to pit og-ainst thy Pros. The Now BriMin team will have n slipht iidv.intriKn ir. hc-prh-t. but j Tol;|| 53S 5M 531 McCann is countinpr on j Synthetic <2) proalor .•ifrjrros.-ivoncss hy his j s Biscoc ' ]nf| % j 35 _ 331 sr-.uad to ofiyct this. .,o-.y tnat j _,_ Blltl{UH . . 1P S 93 112— 33fl they have tasted blood. the I p. p; n , inl .,i Zo-phyrs will be a hard teom to | j' Ad.'imsk liont, Mn.n;iKer McC-mn believes. | y j o |. The St. Francis' CVO team and i' ' >• • • St. M,' !; y S Gaels have been lined ! To( ,, . . 5« -JOT 5*7 358C up for the prel.mmary w,,l ] Hij , h : ndivi(iua , s ' inKlc . j_ Joh _ 1531. W. Swiinson 'M Volpe C. Pctfrson . W. l>(.-rnniti.s Tol.-il . . .. IDS 101 ]oi— ,iin 1JO 12-1 95— 323 M 124 1CM— K2.'i 303 10-1 135— 32^ 302 103 H6— 319 J, Ravenscroft, E. Hackct", rf T. Maxwell, c A. Dc-lPino, l;r A. Eubanch . . J. Schmitz, rfr F. 'Simmons •. Totals . . . L, Ginnc.irli, J. Hnckptt . . A. Deiancy . . D. Zchndcr. rf M. Ferguson, c J. B. Kwcsnicski S. Tripp. Ic; . M. Rcilly. r ff M. ]- 000 0 10 B F P 0 0 '0 102 OUTSTAXDEXG S!. Louis, Mo.. -Jan. '2—Thomas Yav.'key, president of the, Boston Red Sox; Eddie Dyer, manager of the Cardinals, and First Baseman Stanley Musiai, also of .the Cardi- 5 0 10 nal?, were named the outstanding 0 0 0 men of the major leajrucs in their 1 0 2 j field for 19-16 by the Sporting News 0 0 0 j in the baseball weekly's annual 000 ckations of the Xo. 1 men of the year. . : POSTAL CLERK GETS iCEPRIEVE Goshen, I-nd. —(UP)— Postoflico Clerk Nycll Crockett won't 'have to 2 appear in couri on .1 ch'argc of intoxicated until sometime in J.inuary. Postmostei 1 he just Couldn't i spare his cleric durinpr the holiday, maili-njr rush and t!ic trial was 1C03 ll.-l inn 0.9— 310 01 87 S5— 263 J31 307 116— 354 Candy consumption in Uic U. S. | in :ir-.'v) .sct'a new' record. Hip.h individual thi-ee: J. Jok, 3-'34. .-r'insrle: McRin, 054. tc.-im (thi-cc strinprs) Mcprin. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! ! 00 N, MAIN STREET Waterbury Xcl. 3-2737 FULL LIQUOR LICENSE DINING L'OOM and BOOTH FACILITIES Jay Cornell Famous Choi', In Charge r>f . Our Kitc'licn. j\ll Homo Oookod Mo;ils, Homo Made Pics and Pies to Take- Out. featuring MIDDAY MEAL of HOT DINNEBS and SANDWICHES Served from 11:30 to 1:30 Also Open Sundays, 12 to 9 P, M, RUPPERT'S . . BEER. • • BALLANTINE'S AT..V, fll RESTAURANT .7, BUDOI.PH ANOKKSON. Prop. 'iK STHI3RT TKU 1flfi SALEM FRIDAY SAT SUN Friday - Saturday "Jungle Princess" JUNE CKRISTV RAY WtTZEL • KAI WINDINO- BUDDY CHILDERS-RfD DOARIS aim/ o/dttv HEAOLINERS- he Plainsman" FiYMN ELEAMOR. PARKER Wive* I* >%ji«A "" LUCILE , 7 C.K,U ' PATTI WATSON . S ' Z-.SA KALL ' BRADY pmtcsT rucrt* D<Mtcirt> ufnirc w ucoht tcy*Lowootrt • HI JAMES V.KERN Friday - Saturday "Canyon Passage" Vclx 1 Lcajjue Slajidinp; Gold Star 12 24 Am. Legion 12 24 More than SO per cent of the U.S. fur goods industry is located in v York. Conr.rcticut. has 2-1 communities of 10,000 or more population. Bingo TONIGHT Immediate Delivery ST. MARY'S HALL 413 No. Main St. Union, City Tftl. G191. Open Fri: ovc. till 8 p. m. American Made ALARM CLOCK Guaranteed Timekeeper S, Jp p,y ' $2.20 Inc. Tax...'. CCHNEER'C «^PREDITJEWELERS^ 162 South Main St. — 4 2704 STRATTON'S RESTAURANT 18-20 Park Place Open Daily Untii 1 A. M. DAILY LUNCHEONS AND DINNE3S • A LA CARTK MENU JiLtilng Boom, Food Bar and Booth Service Fnll Liqnor License _ *v <, T i H 8 u R > mm**m • LOEIII s POLI NOW THE BEST OF MGM . . . THK ' • BEST OF JKROME 1CBBN MIJSIC: IN HAPPY TECHNICOLOR "TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY" VAN JOHNSON — JUDY GARLAND _ FRANK SINATRA — JUNE ALLYSON . ROBERT WALKER — KATHRYN GRAYSON VAN HEPLIN — DINAH SHORE WHh 1.UC1I.E BRliMEK — LUNA HOBNE ANGELA LANSBURY — TONY MARTIN VIRGINIA O'BRIEN ; Plus Pete Smith 'I LOVE MY HUSBAND BUTV NEWS

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