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' • ..••'.'-.-. ..-'':•*• ebes Do\vn Naugatuck High School, 484: Stauffer To Lead About 150 From Na,uga- tuck Watch High School Squad Drop Close Battle The Naugatuck high school bas- Icctball team went down to its first defeat in fight games at the hands of the West" Point PJebes Saturday, afternoon at the Field House at West Point. The official score was * ' " ^^f§ .i':'.-.^ 1 .•;'>' •• -1 4 i .,•'!/ " A 1 '&?',-<• R&P METAL WORKS »!> SO. MAIN STREET (Roar) Expert Welding of All Types ForKlng, Tlicvt Metul and Ornamental Stool Work Sheet and Bur Metul for Sale Telephone OS77 ELECTRIC IRONS $2.95 WEISS' Ben Franklin Store 133 CHURCH STREET Sturdy, BABY CARRIAGES $1095 up .1UVKNILE FVIINITURK BEACO , / KIDDIIC CKNTER 73 GRAND 8TRKET- YES!! ' WE HAVE SCOTCHES J. K. STORES CUT BATK, L1QVORS, WINKS, HKKRS Frtw I>fllv«ry Anywlicre In Borough 3M No. Main St. Tel. 4070 RADIO EXPERTS , Since 1925 SWAN'S.". , ID Church St. — TeL 2874 ; I GOING AWAY? GET LUGGPGE At FISHER'S 111 South Muln St., Waterbury WHITE JERSEY COTTON DIAPERS $3.39 dozen M DETT. i STORE 14 SPUING STREET The battle was close throughout; at no time were the teams separated by more than 10 points. In the flrst' halt' the' Greyhounds had rouble guarding, a» the Plebes employed screening plays to ad vantape. The West Pointers were ils'o able to break up several Nau- gatusk attempts at • long passes. About 150 from the tooi-ough saw he gome, which was trie first offl- iial contost on the West Point- rs' schedule. West Point Rot off to an early ead with Parkinson, scoring twice nd Wagoner once .before. .Nauga- uck registered a point. Then itauffer hooped two In a row and. 'oe Healy caged a foul shot to make the score 0-5. Chapman and rVagoncr scoreo for West Point, and Uazakiewjoz found the range or Naugatuck to make the count 0-7. Steinmeyer, Wagoner and 'arkinson each made £ basket to aisc West Point's total to 1C, 'hrce foul shots, two by Vin Healy nil one by Uszaklewlcs brought he Naugatuck total to 10 as the erlod e.nded. The Greyhounds drew first blood n the second period. The Healy rothers scored; a foul shot apiece rid. Uszaklewicz connected from le flcor t? make the high school core 14, Then- Spielman noopcd for West Point. Vin Healy and Staufftrr got a basket apiece and the score stood at.. 18 all. Two foul I shots by ParUi'nson sent the Army iiVhead momcntarjlly but Stauffer's Held goal deadlocked tho score once more at 20-20. A foul sl^ot by Smith and a hqojj by . Parkinson made it 23 for' Army, but Joe Hcaly's field goal brought Naugy to within one p,oint of that total as the half ended. The Army opened the scoring in tho third quarter with a hoop by Parkinson. Shortly thereafter, Bob Jones sunk two foul shots, making the. ccpre 25-14. A basket by Stauffer and another foul shot by Jones put Naugatuck in iront /or the flrst time during the game by a 2725 score. Steinmeyor's basket knotted thq count, but when Stauffer scored, fro.m the floor, Naujry was out in front again, 29-37. At this point. Army turned on the heat with a basket by Parkinson and a foul shot and basket by Wagoner, to bring their score to 32. ' Vin ' Tllu V s t°n. c Healy connected from tho floor and Naugatuck trailed by one point. Wagoner and Steinmeyer ' Conch : Billy Tracy's undefeated Leavonworth Hig;h < basketball -'team •will meet. Ansopja's, oncR-be <jujnt,et .at Ansonia to.rflo/ro'w.'nl If iieayenvrorth wins IqoK ,.ta , ' " ,. Other '.sell /out; at ". the.,;.W4te.rbury Armory, "Friday ',. night ; «h,e.n 'J.h# Trace'yrne'n .meat, ' N a u gja',^ .u c'.k, Leavenwdrth '.defeated th» . strong Hilih'ouse ''High' team >,oi 'New'/ |tja- ych, "39-31 af'the Waterbury Armory Saturday evening. . Babe Rutb, famed Sultan of Swat .whose record -of 60 home runs In a season has never boon equalled, Is in a "serious condition" at French, hospital, New York whore ho la to undergo an operation. Willie Pep of Hartford, wovld'n c Ih a m p iio -n, was amonpr those injured when a plane tnroute from Miami, Fla. to tlia wark airport crushed at Vineland, N. J. I The Scovill basketball teaih .of 'VVaterbury which meets Naut'a- tuck's Purple-Knights on the formers'- home court . th'i.s: evening, defeated the Wa'terbury Tool team of the Waterbury Dusty league yesterday by a 03:37 .score. The New Haven Ramblers defeated the Pittsburgh Hornets 4-2 j ^^^^ at'the New Haven 'arena last night. "****"" eoob As corer Win Naugatuck Entries Lose CYO Contests .Both Naugatuck" «ntrleB- In the Waterbury CYO league" were in action yesterday. Both were defeated , St. Francis dropped. a one-point contest, 'to 'St. '.Thohins ,'of Waterbury ait Columbus Hall'.' St. Hedwig-'B lost, 43-32 to Out,: L*<ly. Of Lourden at this Washington ,'Park Community Houa* in' Waterbury. 1 ?S 8 '4 10 2 8 0 0 0 0 0 Mass!no, If Mancini, rf .; .'."...'. 3, O'Connell, c . r 3 Pel-carp, IK 1 Scuppini, Ig 3 Accousti, rg 0 DelDobbfo,' rg-^ 0 Guogliotti, rg 0 . Totals .'...' 11 St. Francln b Farrnn, rg 0 San 9 31 1 -0 Furtado, IE '-.'^. iT.'iv.*..-. .i.. -3:^ 1 -.6 Dowling-, c v '..'.-.l. 3 5 Welsh, c ... .V. :-J'fvi'A>. : ~'-Kl>'. 8-.i4-'"C' Quint, rf ..:;."•. 4 i 9, Mascola, If 1 3 5 . Totals 10 10 30 Score at halt time: St. Thomas' 18, St. Francis 11. Referee: Fox. On The Air Bob Mariano; with }2 . points was high scorer as the' Greyhound Jayvees beat the Ansonia reserves in j a preliminary to the Naugatuck- Ansonla game at the state armory in Waterbury Friday night. Lab- rioa with 11 was second high man. Mariano came very near to account' ing- foe all NaiiKa'tuck's scoring in the second period of the game; how- 5:45 p. in. WTIC-WNBC—Front Page Farrell WATR—Naugatuck News ncssec Jod :—Tom Mi* C:00 p. in. Christy Erk, News Other C:15 p. m. WBRY-WCBS— In My Opir.ion WTIC — Musical Ajipetizcrs ever, hfs pal, Richie Roland, I VVNBC— Serenade to America dropped in. one four "shot just ' bo- i WJZ— Ethel and Albert fore the perlgd ended to prevent Bob from establishing a monopoly. The score': ' N. H. 8. Jayvees b f Labrlol'a, if, : .. v .. t 5 1 11 Tamsey-,\ ..'...'....'.'I.'.'.'."... i " ~ Painter i Curtlii', rf .-,.,' 0 Aquayla 1 Spadoia S.okoloskl , o Learyl.lgr 1 *JI.KCT»1C FCKI. PUMPS for KITCIIKN BANGK.8 FI.OOH POI.ISllKIt FOB »KNT GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MA1MJC STHKKT (Acros-t from City Bnkcry) Vrrf n«llvcr,v Trlophono Chrysler and FlymoQth O. M. 0. Traoks J. C. Raytkwich, JR ACCESSORIES 1M BOOTH MAIN flT. Tctefihom MM SAND-BANUM Blue Seal Emulsion Removes scale from interior surfaces of heads and jackets of all types of farm and industrial gas and Diesel engines. WJIAT BLUE SEAL EMULSION MAND-BANUM CAN DO FOR YOUR COOLING SYSTEM Regular u«e prevent* formation of now ucule.-rust, etc. KenK'VOH old xoulo, Hedlment, rust, otc. turn} |>I|H!S u nil wuter Jacket*. Prevent cracking of cylinder head*. Prevent* leaks. Permit* proper circulation of water and mulutuln efficient hoat trant- fcr. IncreaNPM lubricating efficiency. each got a hoop, then V. Healy and Stauffer did likewise, making the score 36-35 In Army's favor at the end of the third period. Nuugy opened the scoring in the last period with Joe Henly'a foul •<hot which knotted the count. Chapman dropped in a free throw for Army, but Uazaklewicz scored from the floor to put the Grey- lounds in front for' the last time during the game, 38-37.' A foul and Basket.by Parkinson and baskets by Shelly anti Smith brought Army's score to .44. -Two baskets by Stauffer ended 'the scoring- for Vaugy at 42, Steirfmeyer and ilth hooped one each to bring Vrmy's total to 48. The score:. Flehea b Steinmcyer, If 4 Smith '.'.' 2 Chapman, rf i Wagoner, c .' 5. Spiclmun i Parkinson, Ig '.','.. 7 Shelley, rg ,'_ j f P 0 8 1 5 1 3 1 11 0 2 3 17 0 2 6 48 Totals 21 Natigatuck b f p Stauffer, If 0 0 18 Aqunvia o 0 0 V. Healy, rf 3 4 jo Uszaki'e'wicz, c 3 l 7 Jones, Ig' o 8 3 J. Htuly, rg l 2 4 Totals : 16 10 42 Score at half time: Plebes '23; Naugy 22. Hofuree, Palone. Umpire, Lewis. Lang Rola.nd. .. : o. Ash'more, rg '. p Mariano 5 Chieslewski, o Totals : ... 17 "AnNOniu, Juyvees b Thomas, If _..,,.,...,,,,.., \ Lepeuka ..!..'.'!!..'.'.-,:.'.... l Donovan, rf '...:. '3 Brown ; : 2 Dziadlch, c 0 Belisky .: o Concowich, Ig 4 Littlejohn,' rg l 0 0 0 0 0 2 000 '2 0 1 0 0 O b WWCO—Sports Timo WATR—Music of t)iu Day WOK- -Bob Elson 6:30 p. in. 0 1 0 2 12 0 0 4 38 f P 0 '2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 3 1 Totals : 12 5 29 Score'at half time: Naugy 23; Ansonia 19. Referee: Ruccio. Only ^hree of each 1,000 air passengers become air-sick. AUTO PARTS And For All Cars B & M Motors, Inc. General ' Repairing 8»-8a SOUTH MAIN ST. Tel, .6441 rs Beat New Haven • . , • "V Coach Alex _Sul)iyaia ;r s,..Naugatuck Y ' swlmmfrig teamjb'eat the NewHa-: ven Y; swim squad, taj tha. 'second time this season, ' Saturday, afternoon at the. local Y pool. The score if the meet was 42-33, Results follow: Nixon and McN<im.ee each tal- BS» NORTH MAIN ST. Union City • Tel. FRED'S MI-V^AY GRILLE 601 South Main St. Regular Dally Dinner We \ip A La Curtu . Menu Spaghetti To Take Out Banquet Room, Cocktail. Lounge • Full Liquor License ACCOUNTANT . Weekly, Monthly and Quarterly Audit*. Income Tax Consultant For Appointment* 'phone 3449 Edward J. Ahern lied 10 points. tq'"loaq .the Nauga- tuqk team to victory. The home club won six of the eight events. The summary: ' . . . 320-yarU medley .r.elay— Won by New HaYen>'Ti'm<., 'i-14.1, 220-^ard .free style — Won by McNamce, ' Naugatuck j Harris, New Haven, second; Scra'nton, N«uga J tuck, .third. Time: 2:31.4. . '" 40-yard 'tree- style— Won 'by .Nixon.. INaugatuck ;"•' 'white, ' NdugUtuck, second; :; Fogarty, '. New Haven, third, Time: lO'.C.'' ... ' " "•' .;. v?"; Diving— Wan- by 'Sullivan, : i,..N,au- gatuck, .99 points; Rascaro, New; Haven, second ; Gomey, New . Haven, third'. •'/'.'.••',' '."" ' .' "'.'•;';' lOO^yard . 'free '. style— Won by Nixon, . Naugatuc'li;'" Harris,"' New Haven, sjecond,; Oep.er, Ne\y Haven, tiVird. Time: S.'l.l!'' '" io^'yard. b'r£a'jt, ^tro'ke— Won by White', JJaut'atuck;'.'.Wo.]fs6n, New. Haven,, second';". IJjeb.e.nson, Niiw Haven, ; thlrd." ,Time:.-''i:08>.S" ' ttOO;jWi:d back" stroke— : "V^oh . by McNamee, , Naugatuck I .-'•'. Kennedy, New Hayen,' second; Paiya, Naugc, • tuck, _third. Tim.e:;,l':08;3:- ",'•'" '•'•' _ *' _ '' '?''''«-' " i RANGE OB FUEL OIL Bill's Fueif Oil Service 50 WOjOdla^d,; Street "Bill" Mailn()lll/ TRY CLASSIFIED -AXIS WBRY-WCBS—Red Barber WTIC—Prof. Sohenker .WATR—Phil Von Tobel, News WJZ—Allen Prescott WWCO—Music in the Air WOR—Ne\ys; Var.devehter WNBC—Bill Stern G:4C p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Bob Trout, News WTIC-WNBC—Lowell Thomas WATO—Pleasure and Profit ~~ WJZ^Lawrence and Marley WOR—Stan Lomax 7:00 i>: m. WBRY—Tlie Little Show ' . ' WCBS—Mystery, of the Week . WTIC-V/NBC—Supper Club ^ - WATR-WJZ—Headline Edltipn iiiiiv^.-/-, ""-SR_Fuiton Lewls,'"'3'r. . 7:15 p. m. WB.RY—^Douglas Brothers Quintet WCBS—Jack Smith S'now WTIC-WNEC—World News. WATR—Rhythm xtdventures WJZ—Elmer Davis WWCO—Lopez Orch. •Answer Man 7:30.. p. m. WBRY-WCBS—.Bob Hawk WTIC—Ask Me Another WNBC—Barry 'Wood Show ••—Phone Your, Answer WJZ—The Lone Ranger 1 —Your Land and Mine VVOR—rHenry J. Taylor 7:45 p. in. 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V/ATR;WJZ—Joe Hase), Sports WOK—News; Finance Reports • 11:30-p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Winifred Smith, Soprano v . • , WTICt-Bizony Ensemble WWCO—Jarrett Orclv.' WNBC—Mooney Orch^ . WOR—Weather; Cleveland Symphony WATR-WJZ—Gems; J. Dorsey Orch, 12:00 Midnight ALL Stations—News Ludy of Lourdea b Cannatta, If 1 Andolina, rf 2 CardcUa. rf 10 Naponiccno, c 4 Blake, c 0 Da versa., jg .• 2 liinnacone, Ig 1 J?acondini, r'g ., 0 ; Totals J 20 St. Hcdwlt** b Bobinski TK ; 2- SobireBki, Ig 3 Sobirtskf, Jg ..........'... 0 ICuczynski, c 2 Bobinski, rf -.. .-.•...''.-. •.. 4 Pilccki, If :.. 2. r P 0 2 0 4 2 22 Two Out Of Two Over Week End Purple. ketbnll team won aucceiutvt tests over-the week end, I the New ' Milford' To\ynl«», Saturday night at the local t IM t.hc An«onla Norwood*.. 54-51, y3 terday at An«onla. Tbewln»m»rkJ the 6th and 6th' yJctorUi In'-I; AV. «* MM *_ * A . A \1 ^-' mL - * "t . T ^*Pl en start« for Knlphta this the' fa»t-' ''' . Norm Schaffer's Fcovlil qulntiTS the SERA mirfacct thju evening g Lheir third content in M The Bcpres of Saturday 1 * day's games: \ Garllnski, If 3 Loman : 5 .»,_; Czaplicki, rf e 0: JJ Swirski - •*-' Chet. Wojaek, c as Wojack rur», Ig ., •I. Loman .-.......'. Corowotny, rg . .Wojack ::•• I H '•:l(i 2 6"J ...... so. i •::i I Totals ....... .......... 2»-~ New MUford Townt«» b i Dorwln, rg .. ............. j () I Conn ............. j ........ 2 o ; « imlthwlck, Ig ............ 2-.«~i Bray, c ......... . ......... 5 :S - B loscoe, rf ................. 2 fl:,i Buker, If . .^ ....... . ..... ; . 4 • -j-' 3 43 2 10 1 5 . Totals .........:'.':: 13 '6 32 Score at half time: Lady of Lourtfei 22, St. Hedwiff's 20. "' ' •••-" Referee: T. Harnick, Zephyrs Bow To New Britain ; .The Naugatuck Zephyrs went down to defeat at the hands of New Britain in a regular state league contest" ycsferdaV '"aftalrnoon- at t he : local ;-Y. -The score. wis 5136. Mazzerella, New Britaint-.for- \vard, scored 22 poinUt Ncw Britain Mazzerella, If — 8 Bolczyk, rf 1 Joyce, rf 0 Hayes, c 3 Dobek, If 6 Murray, rg 2 Totals .................. 20 11 51 Nuiigatuck b f p Totals n ' s » Totals ' :,.. 20 u H Score at half time: KnighU-il Townles 18. .' !* Referee: R. Weaving. .': Purple Knlghta b f p Garlicski, If 4 i | F. Wojack o 0 0 Czaplicki, rf i j jj H. Loman ; 5 Cl Chet, Wojack, c Chas Wojack ...... 5 414 0 1 J Furs, !g 4 Korowotny, rg 3 o ^ & ~ Totals .................. 22 10 a AjiHonla Norwood* b f .p Koval, rg; ........_. ..... . ....... 1 1 J Andreni ____ !..,..-.; ...... .. 2 2 I Katek, Ig ... ............... 3 i 5 Zuraw ....... .............. 2 Washenko, c : . , , '.. .......... 2 Vartelaa ................... 3 Bari), rf ................... 5 Hylwo ..................... o J. Fedoruk, If ............ 2 S. Pedoi-uk .............. .. 0 04 Of 21 ' 0 (? iti Totals 20 11 H Score at half lima: Knight* I?, Norwoods 16. ' ' if • Referees: Stocking, Conklin. W Pisterelli, rg 1 McDerrr.ott, If 1 Swirsky, \s 3 ReJl!y, c , 2 Ryan, rf 3 Buccio, rf , 1 Yakowski, If 2 Edmonds, If „ ... 1 Totals 1* 8 36 Score at half time: New Britain 25, Naugatuck 5. Referee: Booth. Umpire: Casterlhl. * Brazil is the', only Xaiin-Amei-- .can country to. produce•ra on a commercial basis. __ Jeanne CRAM •MARGIE rn.iccimicoi.oM CltM UHK4N. trim Mil i« room COMIMO.I ria\n>m<ik m* tin l.»dy. t>lu« Vallrr •' Ihr Zomfclcw WJZ—Thl^.is John Paris 1 8:Sp p. m. WEBY-WCBS—Joan Davis WTIC-WNBC—Barlow Concert WATR-WJZ^-Faf Man WOR—CS'regory Hood's Case Book :, 8:55 p. m. '."'' ' . WBRY T WCBS—Bill Henry,'News • .0:00. p. hi", WBRY-WCBS—Radio .Theater WTIC-WNBC—Telephone Hour WATR-WJZ—Dark Venture : '.''" WWCO.VypR—Gabriel Heaiter ODD WAY TO DANCE Chicago (UP)—In a study of 5.129 emergency cases treated this year, officials of Henrottn Hospital found the case of a man who suffered a lacerated tongue "bitten by a girl while dancing." NICE TEAMWORK Carlisle, .Pa. CUP)—Husband and wife arc pretty good shots, so there ';3 an ample supply of wild meat on hand at the Sriydcr household. Robert Snyder brought home a black b^ar during the recent bear season. Ten days later, one hour after deer season opened, his .wife bagged o three-point buck. ' ' . . Today SALEM Tbday T H E A . ••»•••***_•?•«•• "CLQAK ANP «/ 'IHNUWV LOEUJS :'•.'. THE BEST OF MGM ... TICK . }"''.. BEST OF JEROME KERN MUSIC! IN HAPPY TECHNICOLOR "TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY" VAN JOHNSON — JUDY GARLAND FRANK SINAf RA — JUNE ALLTOON ROBERT WALKER — KATHRYN ORAYSON VAN HEFLIN — DINAH SHORE . .. Ll'CttE BREMBR — LENA HORNG ANGELA LANSBVRY _ TONY MARTIN VIRGINIA O'BRIKlt Plu* Pete Smith , 'I LOVE MY^HUSBANP •'•.'• • • •, - v. ••'. NEWS

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