Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 3, 1947 · Page 4
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TAOTC 4—'NAUCiATUCK NKWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, .IAN, 3. 1047 GOLDIE'S Camera Shop? Knlnrjjorw: Fcilorul, Munrny, IJpJur, Koy/cr Soli! light 17 Grand St., Wthy, Tel. 5-1870 5 »-~— -c«- www ,* It You Wunt to Buy or Soil REAL ESTATE See "Tony" Tartar Tel. 4233 Local Interest Runs High In Naugy-Ansonia Battle G. E. HOTPOINT AGENCY HAWLEY HARDWARE 102 CHUBCH ST. Stiliirlnl rnt'ti iintl women run t.'1't II IDIIII IMTP. A Inull of SI00 fn-ils X'>l>.t!(> when i iipll.v rr- '"•iilvl In 1'J monthly rnn*4i>riitivti nsliillnii'nlx iif Sill.HA viirh. Dun't IIIHTIIW iiiintM'OMSiirlty, »il If i> limn Is Hit* l>c*t Ncilu- :ii>n. clvi* UH it I'duncr (*» HII.V •»i" won't .vim? fume !n or slump Wnti-rhiiry ,'!-»ICJ- I.IIIIIIH Mlli.li-ct III KrK "W" Uci'li-Mi .Vo. Km. I.nuns nti to I.' mo*. THOMAS .1. M.MiNKK. Jlitr. Teams Clash Tonight At State Armory In Waterbury Teams Rate Even Choice; Copper City Has Advantage In Reserves SHOP JIF.RK AN1) SAVfc! • CRIBS • CAIUII.VGIJS • HIGH CII.URS • ROCKKRS • PtAY YARDS 0 TAYLOR TOTS BENSON'S icinnuc SHOP 130 SOUTH MAIN ST. Wntcrhury rewxmai FINANCE CO. iif M'Mli'i-liur.v l!l!> Hiinl: St. Pimm- IVtlij-. 3-3103 Local interest is :it .1 fever pitch in tho meeting this evening between Coach Ray Folfty's Nevertheless, Naugratuck has two of the bout high school guards in the state in Joe Healy and Bob Jones. Both these boys will give- any opposing forward .1 bad evening, ' Men's White Linen DRESS SHIRTS $3.69 fallv'c DKPT W alljr A STORE 11 SrlllNG STREET ELECTRICAL NEEDS Electric Appliance Co. 1214 Diilclu-ln St. Wat. — Tel. 4-IS2J3 Chrysler and Plymouth O. M. C. Trucks J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing 108 SOUTH MATV ST. Telephone 1090 RADIO EXPERTS Since 1925 SWAN'S 15 Church St. — Tel. 2374 Peter Paul, Inc. NAUGATUCK, CONN. .. Manufacturers of Nation's Largest Selling CANDIES AND CHEWING GUMS GET A Vmir U p ll,r.V,S-(lVKKI,.V.N')) !>r>iJcr LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc, *J4 . Oft I'Jfirp, TV»irrbnr GOING AWAY? GKT YOUH LUGGHGE At FISHER'S I'll South Miiln St.. Wii PAINT HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ETC, Free Delivery CANS, Inc. Maple Street Tel. 3507 25% Reductions On LAMPS NAUGATUCK HARDWARE N1SABT BtJtLTDINQ tuck High school and Boots Jarvis' Ansonia five, at tha Waterbury Armory. Both teams ara unbeaten to date. N'auK'UucIc li:i.3 v.'on six jfatnes HO far; Ansonia five. The Greyhounds have beaten Oliver Wolcott Toch .•57-21. • Nen- Britain High school, 57-55; Trinity Boys Cluh, '13-21; Seymour, 18-30; and Wilby, 60-33, Ansonia has beaten Shelton, O'l- 30; Wilby, 5'l-23: Stamford, -15-31 and Torrinprton, 37-35. Each team lias beaten its alumni in holiday contests. Each team has had one narrow escape so -far: N.-uipatuck when it -1 and in addition both arc highly u'as forced into sudden death overtime period to win from New Britain, 57-51. nncl Ansonia when it barely managed to stave off a Torrinpton team, 37-35, af ter enjoying a 31-19 advantage at one time during the game. Ansonia has scored a total of 100 points against its four high school opponents while permitting 119, Thi.s means the Copper City lads I have averaged 47 points a game to scholastic opponents'29. Naugatuck on tho other hnnci, against three, high school opponents has run up n total of 1S5 points while pcrmit- tinrj 124. Naugntuck's sebrinK av-1 first five. c.npable in setting: up ploys. Chet Usakiewicz at center has not had as much competitive cxperi- cnc'e as.his four mates, imd there are times when his lack of polish is app.'.rent. However, Chet has height and endurance, and for the most 'part handles himself well,The Greyhounds have two hlgh- gcoring forwards in Vii Healy ami- Bob StaulT'Cr. Skiu/fer is the climax shooter, and most of Naugy's plays arc set up so that Bob is the I.-ISL man to handle the ball before it en-tors the hoop. Coach Jurvis of Ansonia will probably start Variolas and Dudley at forwards. Drake at center, and Alu arid Orkili at guards. Drake it- a capa-blo floorman and has n keen eye. The two forwards arc almost on o. par with him! when it comes to shooting, and the! two guards nrc highly capable! back court performers!. Ansonia'a one advantage lies in having capable reserves, Thc Copper City lads can field a second loam almost on a par with tho j first, but the quality of Naugatuck! players drops sharply after the UNION- CITY VETS (J.) W. Kloc 107 05 94— 296 • John Kloc . Joe Kloc . . Mike Kloc . S, Baker . .. -. Total .... ; ,M & F. Angrollelo p. De Carlo L. Forcheilli Red DiVito B. Rado 121 91 119— 331' 86 97 110— 293 136 131 119— 386 98 133 120— 351 5-18 547 062 16t>7 R 1'OSX (2) Four Crosby High Schoo; play- riL 11 A in ii" i crs have been, named to coach the rifiis oi t~ni newly-formed Sacred Heart High 98 118 94— 310 1 915 97 120— 31 86 98 120— 30 101 129 135— 368 :Total 391 53G 380 1527 High individual single—M. Kloc, 136. High .individual three—M. Kloc, 38G. '. • High .team single—M-R, 580. - High team (three strings) Union City Vets, 1657. San tore . Madden Keller ; . Woods . . Ashmorc Lawior A. A. V. 112 98 12G 92 — CO-) 89— .187 9-1 101— 321 122 97 101— 320 104. 124 117— 34E 90 90— 180 Total 562 497 498 155 AMERICAN LEGION Jamele . , Zaiko .'Hackctt . ! McDonald Farrcn 100 108— 208 112 100 09— 311 104 105 141— 350 104 91 — 195 103 114 115— 332 120 95— 213 erase against hiph school teams, therefore, is B2 points per friimc. to opponents' 'II These fifrtirPB would indicate thnt thc Greyhounds stri'ss offense more and defense less tiuin does Ar.sonia. ALCAZAR Today - Saturday Palricia^OC WON PASSAGE ;, fceMftteoto* Hoivever, >rnufratuck Conch Foley h;is indic.Ttc^ that he is not concerned over this situation, indicating his belief that whatever reserves he may be called upon to use will munsurc up to standard. It should he a great pramc to watch. A\UNlvt((S«.-"KlWSf MUJ-YKAK Diiy Scliunl Fi.'l)i'iiury 3 Sclioul Jiiniinry '~ Cull-n'ritu or Phono -I-S77^ nn*snp JUNIOR IrVSJI COLLEGE: t\ Ciintml Avo. Wntcrb,;rj Borough CYO Teams In Action Sunday Both Waugratack onti'ii'* in thc Sheridan Council, K. of C.-spon- sorotl CYO Icnguo will be in ;ic- tion Sunday aiftci'noon. St. Franci^ will t.ikc on St. Thomas of Waioi'bury ,il 1 o'clock in Colum- hus h'all. St. H'cdwifr's travels to Wntcrhury -to meet Our Lady of Lourdos nt " o'clock at the Wash- infrton Parlc Community House pym. St. Francis with n record of two wins ."jici one loss is in second pJaco in tho Enstern Division of the !onf,'ue, and St. Hodwijt's. with onr win and two looses, is in sixth place, Eifrht teams make up 'the J'l'istei'n Division. Total 323 530 558 1611 " High individual single—Hackctt. 141. 1 Hig.h individual three—Hnckett, 350. ' . . High team single—A. A. V., 562. High team (throe string's) American Legion, 1611. ly School ot Waterbury football team 'which will take the field next fall. George Mulligan is head conch, assisted by Joe E.igley, Franny Mulligan and Vinnie Renxo, Dennis Pa: Brady, knocked out Georgie- Knox of Newark in the fourth round of a scheduled eight- round bout at the Forum Arena in New York city last nifjht. Frankie Crosettl, veteran member of .the New York Yankees, has been named as player-coach. CCNY has severed sports relations with Wyoming- University for os long as Everett Sholton is basketball coach. . Shelton allegedly cast aspersions on the racial and religious background of. GCNY j players during a recent meeting of thc two basketball teams. YMCA To Sponsor House Basketball For Senior Members The Naugaluck YMCA will sponsor a House Basketball league for all Y Senior members on Friday nights, starting ut 7:15. The leiigue gels underway one week from tonight. All members interested and Y Swimmers Meet New Haven Squad Here, Tomorrow The Naugaluck Y swimmers til. on thc New Haven Y team totn» row afternoon at .3:15 in tho lo Y pool, Coach Alex Sullivan or i locals has announced. The borough swimmers chalky noi listed to date'should' hand in 1 "P a victory over New Haven ea,. noi. iibnu 10 '-"•'i » v .,__ ll . t >,» |1 cr in thc so.ason and arc ' their names to Frit/. Klambt be- Naugatuek M ° nday ^V D So» 6 e lh i^l h " ^-. h ^^,capable p c ,,o^ 0:30 o'clock. YMCA. Those that have entered arc: Jack Darby,. Jack Ashmofe, Sigmund Szymanski, Joseph Circllo, James Loman, Frank Sterm'ak, Andy McDermott. Augic Fidalgo. Frank Ncary, Raymond. Deegan. crs in Charlie White and Jim Namcc while New Haven has Eoi Harris, state champ. The local mermen will perforir in four meete within the next uvi weeks. Tomorrow they meet thi New Haven team here; they-tab on the Yale Freshmen at the TIP ON TOOTH CARE New York — (UP) — Fruit and McDermott To Coach Chemical Entry Andrew McDermott, Si-,, has been named to coach the Naugatuck hcmical entry in the Industrial asketball league, it wns announced todny. The lenguc gets underway next Wednesday. Coach McDermott IIRB lir.ed up f squad of 20 players so far, among whom arc some of the most capable basketball performers in the borough. John J. Long will man| age the team. A list of those who will play undor thc direction of Coach McDermott follows: John Galcski, Jack Dunn, Charles Fog.irty, Richard Tuckey. Walter Booth, Floian Taronnvich, Robert fruit juices should bo taken after instead of before, a meal to benefit the teeth, says Dr. Joseph F. Vol- McDcrmoll Mic hael Poynton, Al- kcr of Tufts College Dental j bort Raythwich, Lawrence Bruce, School. He reports that citrus j Kenncth'churchill, Frank Edmonds, fruits, apples and raw vegetables < Rohert Mariano, Edward Skipp. are efficient cleansers to remove | Charles Terry. Arthur Nauges, A1- siifrors and starches which cause j bort Enamait, Edward Uraska, Eer- 'tooth de'cay. . I nard Digris, and Robert Hastings. ^^••••••••••••••••••^•"•SiSaimMM John Fi-uin, Donald Hopkins, Ar-Jhibitipn Pool of the Payne Whit nold Wurm, Julius Swirski, Elmer" Carroll, Teddy Carzasty, John Cobbci, I-ouis Foj-cheDj, Charles Forish, John Forish, John Haigh, J- John Hctherington, John Kotuby, Joseph Madden, Edward Mariano, Eugene M.-issa, William McNa- — mara, . Theodore Melyan, Carl Miele, Peter Miele, Edward O'Connor, Edward Sehrull, Joseph Scully, William Sweeney,-William Triano, Kenneth Tuckey, Felix Ze- bi-akas, Edward Duffy. About 35 per cent of the nation's lumber comes from thc states in the,.,Paci.fic ; northwe»t.. , Sunday— AL GENTILE ii* >V:irn*n S« i i>lmn .-lK Twi-i't iN'H-r-on hmnl on \VIIYN t:i\ a n<l \\T(il)t> 1.0') |.-ri.—Irvini.- Iliiily. Mini Hi- l-irmorK S:il—Itonny KniMinrl mill Illc Cu-.il h—HAL Mi-INTYKK Still Time For Uncl« Sam To Delivir Your Choice Seats Via Mail... BUT ORDER NOWI JAN. 30 THRU MAT. FEB. S MATINEES FEB. ;.<.« • PRICES IHCL, TAX »».00-S2.TK-t>.»Q " • • . f«ntd Sldmptd Envelop. I OM PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE AflEKA, N«w Havin Venetian Blinds • In .Slock, S D»v Si'rvlce LEBON'S 27(1 No. Jlnln St. Ti-l. 3-7^^1 \Vtltprlnir.v Jeanne GRAIN MARGIE !N TECHNICOLOR Glean IAHGAH • tynn BAKI Alan YOUNG - 2nd MIT . 'DANGEROUS ACCOUNTANT UVokly, Monthly :md Qunrtcrly Audits. Income Tax Consultant For Appointments 'phone 3449 Edward J. A hern SALEM DODGE Hotchkiss St. Garage 47 HOTCHKISS STREET Tel. 3727 -, { J. L. MAXILAUSKAS. Prop. J| j SALES — SKKVICE J. Today - Saturday PARAMOUNT prtt.ntt GARY COOPER JEAN ARTHUR HASKKTH.AI.J, KNKK 1'ADS nncl UNfFOnM BAGS NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "BUSS" WEAVING, Prop. M'In.xlow Court flt 1947 PATTERNS IN • WALLPAPER TRIMZ WALLPAPERS GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STREKT (Across from City Hukcry) Frco Delivery Telephone 5(H4 MILLIONS TAYLOR-Dona DKAKl tfttfttH DOROTHY JUXMOUR CHRISTV RAY WETZEL • KAI WINDIN&- BUODV CWILDERS and ex»n^HEAOLINER.5 £7H* •QLD5\\\ MEN'S Group of Men's OVERCOATS and TOPCOATS ON SALE AT S24.75 IN THE DEPARTMENT Values to S30.00 MEN'S ALL WOOL ROBES OK SALE AT $9.95 Values to S17.DO GROUP of MEN'S HATS ON -SALE AT $4.95 : Vaues to S7.50 1947 Marks Our 104th Year of Successful Rubber Footwear Manufacturing 1 With This Record of Achievement Behind Us We Look Forward to Future Security and Prosperity For Our Company, Our Employees and the Community UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Through Science" Naugatuck Footwear Plant Naugatuck Conn.- Men's Imported ALL-WOOL SWEATERS Coat Style and Pull-Over Models ON SALE AT $5.00 Values to $10.95 "^s*^*-*^*-***-*^**^*^^ *• *+»** Men's All Wool SKI SWEATERS ON SALE AT - $8.95 . . Values to -S13.SO' THE BKST OF MGM . . J5E.ST OF JKROMB KKR>'. MUSIC! IN HAPPY TECHNICOLOR "TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY" VAN JOHNSON — JUDY GARLAND FRANK SINATRA — JUNE ALLYSON ROBERT WALKER — KATHRYN GRAYSON VAN HEFLIN — LINAH SHORE With r,UCILE BKICMEK — LENA HORNE ANGELA LANSBURY — TONY MARTIN* VIRGINIA O'BRIEN Pete Smith . ...'.. LOVE MY HUSBAND BUT' NEWS MEN'S SKI PAJAMAS ON SALE AT $2.45 Values to $3.45 Men's McGregor ALL WOOL SHIRTS Plaids and Plains. ON SALE AT $7.95 Values to $10,05 Men's / BROADCLOTH SHORTS ' ON SALE AT . r 49c Values to 75c_ Men's McGregor WOOL PLAID SHIRTS ON SALE AT $4.95 Values to »i.95 CAPESKIN GLOVES ON SALE ATT $3.95 Values to S5.95 MEN'S PAJAMAS ON SALE AT Values to Sfl.'35 Men's Gabardine SPORT SHIRTS ON SALE AT $3.95 Values to F****«^ Men's Imported SLEEVELESS SWEATERS ON SALE 'AT _ .-&•• ' Men's All Wool SOCKS On Sale At 79c Values to $1,00 Men's All Wool MACKINAWS On Sale At $9.95 Values to $16,50 Men's Work TROUSERS On Sa!e At $2.95 - Values, to $3.95 Men's Leather ZIPPER JACKETS ON SALE AT $14.95 Values to $25.00 . Men's . NECKWEAR On Sale At 79c Valuta- lo '$1500 $5 to $10 OFF ON ALL MEN'S WINTER JACKETS and ALPACA LINED COATS Men's Department 191-199 CHURCH STREET

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