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qAOK «—XAt'GATtCJK NEWS (CONN.), TUESDAY. JAN. t, 1047 REVIEW OF YEAR IN SPORTS •DECEMBER BATTING TUTOR By Jack Sords Starts Tomorrow Four Teams In Local Race Have Handed In Lineups; Play To Run 12 Weeks The four-team Naujratuck Industrial Basketball league will open Its season tomorrow evening at the local Y. • ' Manaper Ed ^/[cGralh of the U. S. Rubber has such . outstanding .players as Tommy Edmonds, Wally .«Kow.W. Greeks, Pgsiaps Set Scoring Record At The Creoles beet' th«|-Pcrsln,n8 in , «*.«? . ' eaeuc i 2LEOTRICAL NEEDS Electric Appliance Co. 1344 Baldwin St. . . Wat. — Tol. 4-1242 "ACE 1 ' Aluminum \ STORM WINDOWS Protective Insulation Co. IW Avon Avo,, Wtiturbury, Conn. Tel. 5-01G6 Eve. .4-2307 GOLDIE'S Camera Shop Enlarge/*: Frdornl, Sunrny, Ocjtir, Kcyzer 17 Grand St., TVtby. Ti;J. 5-1876 OHAPEI, ELECTRIC COMPANY Tel. 2319 IN NEW QUARTERS' 28 CHURCH STREET — rilONOGKAPHS — Itndlo - Th olio Coinhinntlon.it KAPIO KETAIB ... - .MKRVICK A Slilpinonl Of Modern Radiators Enough for 10 Seven Room Houses Firse Come - First Served The Waterbury Heating Co. Lwidrrn In Homo Hi'ntln(r 34-36 Spring St. 1'lione 4-f)478 Wuterhury Furnaccn Clnuhod nn<l Ropnlrcd ... Chimney* Cleiinnd Sturdy, C BABY CARRIAGES $1095 1"? Ft/UN ITU UK BEACON KIDDIE CKNTKK 73 GRAND STREET .Waierbury i) tvery Hay, More Men, Sny . . • It'H tho warehouse way tor me! ! 1' £ of WATERBURY BEST BUY! Hnvlng trouhto finding n good suit :it tho right price? Today, more th»n ever . . . Jim Drtlo'<4 low-price policy /or quality clothing luxuren you of "the best buy in town." . Come see for yourself! Only $25-$40 All Slzen — All Styles — All Models Furs, Don Gunnojid, Ed Burns, Chtiries Wo lack, Edward Furtcido, Kohci't Willotte, Milton Ripley, John Fi-iiin, and Ed Lubowicki a^ailabla foi- sen'ice. Ed may even don a uniform himself. Ray Fnloy has handed In tho following list of, players for his High School 'Vets with Armand Fratesi as mnnager. Stanley GnaizdowsUi, Don Meyers,' William McDermott, Jack Lent, James Aquavia, Anthony Tangrocli, Edward Baukus. Joseph Kozcn, Peter Aordkian, Charles Santorc, Steve Brodie, Sal Eo.zjnno and Arthur Smith. John J. J^bng, Naugatuck Cncmi- cal, has Frankle Edmonds, rated as one of Nauoratuck's best basket- bailers, Johnny Galeski, Jack Dunn, Charles Fogarty, Richard Tucksy, Waller Booth, Robert Mc- Derraott, Floriun Tarnovich, Michael Poynton, Albert Raytkwioh, Lawrence Bruce, Kenneth Churchill, Robert Mariano;,. .Edward Skipp, Ciiaries Terry, Arthur 'lauges, Albert Ehamait, Edward Ui-nska, Bernard Digrls, Robert Hasting, Raymond Wisnlewskl, "Chappy" Czaplicki, and Coach Andy McDermott, Sr. on his list. • The Eastern Malleable Iron has Charles Fink, John Chonko, Dennis McDermott, Donald Hopkins, Raymond Loman, Henry Swiderski. Frank Wojack, Fred Vaccaro, Arthur Grubenmann, Tom Dehol- ery, and Richard Spinn. •Tomorrow night at 7:30, the Vet's will moot Gnomical, and at 8:30 C. S. Rubber takes en Eastern Malleable. Follov/ins: ?rc the officials: Weaving, referee; Charles Taft, scorer: Roger Currier, -'timer. Students admission is 20 csnts; adults, able at the.Y for, the. 12 games. points -betwco'n' .-them,' with- Creeks getting 103, -to 40: for :the PorsiftrtB. • Stih^on- wHh 34 'pointa Kiwano with 2T,- and -Babtpy with 18 Were -high Scorers -for the Greeks Mascola with 20 points ' and Mar iano with 13 were, high for^-th* PAr- ' " " ' '' '• CLOTHES FOR MEN WAREHOUSE SALESROOM 4S1 MIADOW STREfl «l< Chry«l«f OftM II A.M.-« HA. CAIIT (Nmirfwt Jim imli' Kn;nlslil« Htnrr »n Route I. OrunKP) WE'RE ALTERING OUtt STOKE H'ntch ITs Grow! CORNER CANTEEN 3(12 No. Main Street "Dom" Tellcrico, Prop. CAUS .WINTEIHZKD CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 318 BltinGK ST. TEL. 4880 Mc.1lll.LAN MOTOR West Point Stars Give Autographs To Greyhounds If the old adngo about practice making perfect is true, th-cn Glen D.ivis must be a master panman by ncv,-. He certainly got enough practice to achieve that stntus, signing autographs for members of the Naugntuck High school basketball srn'.nd at the West Paint ' Held housn Saturday afternoon. The following reported getting Mi-. Davis' autograph: George Schuster, Charles Aquavia, Don Sitar. Bob SLauffer. Jerry Labi-iola, Vin Hraly, Ken Zcrbe, Ray Cislicwski,' Jim Vancsse. Jack Thurston, Tom Leary. Carl Baettger. Al Sokoloski, Chet Uszakie- wicK, Dick Painter. Bob Wooster. Bob Mariano and Ken Zerbe also claimed to have Doc Blanchard's autograph. In- the -other.'game' played,- tlic Romans beat the Pnrt-hlans,'' 8t-19 Klonsfci _with-35 'Was -'high- for the Romans' ?ind B. Scranton with 1" topped tho losers'-(efforts. The scores: ' •" • • '• ..' : : Greek* .-. . •• ' E. Ra.bi.6yi 1'f .... B. KiBsane, rf...'.:.... R. Currier, c .......'., A. Miole".'-.•.,,....'. 4 H. Nixon, Ig- 3 B. 'SMn'son, rg ....'.. 16 Totals DO' 3 -'lOS : •-•• . Pcniiuu ..'"• ,..,. . b f p C. Mascola, If 10' 0-20 Marfano; if 6- • 0 12 Shannahan, c .....2 0 4 OF iwe op coAcrt ey -file- Alegi, g ., Farrar, rg Total : ... ,24 21 1 49 Romniut' B, Mariano, -If--.. 1 B. SuilSvany. rf' . / F. Klonski, c : . ..:.....'..., B, pellnsko, Ig ...,. ; .., B. "Klrkehdali, 1 rff ...'.;... Totass f.. 1 1-7 rartliluns Shanahaii; '-If •.. Alegl •..••.:•. .•••:.;.. B. Brcnnart, rf E. Scrantoni- c . B, Scranton, Jg A. Palva, rg- .,. G' 3 15 00' 0 0- : 2'. 2 M 7 31 b. f.' 0 0 2 0 1' 0 0 1 6 O 12 0 OF 0 PAYMENT OVERDUE Hcrrin, 111. (U P>—Lester Turner received a $20 bill for his wrist watch—1C years aft or it was stolen.- Tho money was sent in an anonymous letter statin.tr "the watch in Totals* ......,". ...-'i. ....... 9 ; 18 St. Francis Rams Meet Hardware I • I rt "'• )-" " ; "-. ' T t= Kwicks Tomorrow • By TOM FITZPATBICk The St. Fi-ancis .Rams will be out in search of their first victory in four ijtart* on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock when they meet the star-studded Hardware Kwiks of the Watcrbury division of the U. S. Rubber Company. Ram Manager Jim Kennedy announced today. The Kwik lineup will include Dom Minnicucci, former Providence college star; Earl ' Lewis, graduate of Villanova; Is'ick LaRusso, a ono-time Fordham flash; Ewald Piel 1 , Bates, college; Ernie Pezzuto, Yale varsity in 1928; Jack Carlson, alumnus of Notre Dame; Joe Byrne, former Wyoming. U. star; . Les ^Linebjii'g, graduate of N. Y. U.; and Warner Lindsay, of Connecticut U. Captain Mlnicucci also announces that a parson, whoso only identity he woul.d reveal as Omar Kllrpy, a graduate Girl Bowl* 407 Helen Stebar, l«ad-off man for the Vl»n <n thp Girls' In- duHtrl*) leacue achieved the highly renpect*ble total of 107 In a, regular' league "match rolled Igftt • night lit Aiwen- bcff'H Alley*. A towering: final effort enabled, Miu St*b»r to pile up thl« total. She ulai-ted with a 133 Rtrlnir, rolled US for her «ccond effort and finished up with a HCintllBtbiK 158. A Soldltr Two On Saturday v- -The' Bluebirds , basketball ;team" played .;two games . Saturday,, >Vin-. Blues, Whites Win In Freshman League '.The Blues downed, the Greys. 3422, to enter the. win column for the one 'and -losing-'-.-one;':-.' They { first time thin season, in • a game jeat' the Central, avenue, grammar /••.•.- . •• •:Tn. 29-24, Jn".thfl^'-prellm- inary paine to .the Purple-knightV Nov.Milford Townies at the x Y Saf.- urday cvcninp;. They lost' toi.Uie 1 Crackers; 55-11, in a' rcgiiliar fto.ntest played last nigh', at the hi^h school gym. Currier .and Renzoni registered 30. points oacn for the winners while Rnbtoy recorded 12 points for the losers. In tho second gnm«. of the cve- of the Saturday morning 1 ' Y league. ! n ing, the Whites continued unde- The Hcores: Bluebirds b Huchier, rf 1 If 1 B. Grtrrick, c 7 pllerp '...,. 1 J. Alegi rg 3 Hanlcy 0 J. Hies, Ig 0 Totals 13 Central ve. '.••-.. b f.'.'t. 0'' : 2' 1 3 2 16 0 2 0 G 0 0 0 0 3 39 featcd with n. 27-19 point victory over (he Reds. Poyn'ton paced tho winners with 14 points; and Du- was high scorer' losers with 10 points. • Blues for the Garii'ielspn, rf 1 Mazaika. If 2 Nardello, c 2 Inste '. 0 itkc, rg 2 Tucker 0 iccioli, Ig ' 4 Totals '11 2 2.J Score at half time: 13-13, Central. Referee:'B. Stinson. Time: Four 8-minutc periods. Crackers long gone but here. U approximate-, h A nnd .- M wau)d u ly the value of u. YES! ! WE HAVE SCOTCHES J. K. STORES CUT HATK, MQt'ORS. WINE!*, DEKIIS F*cc Delivery Anjtvhorc In , Borough S96 No. Miiln St. Tel. 4070 R&P METAL WORKS »!> SO. MAIN STBKET (Keiir) Export Wcldlns of All Types • t'orRlnjf, JT/icct Metal nnd Ornamental iTtcol Work Shcpt .and Bur Metal for Sale Telephone 0377 ELECTKIC IKONS $2.95 WEISS' Ben Franklin Store 153 CHURCH STREET. * RADIO EXPERTS Since 1925 SWAN'S 13 Church St. — Tel. 2574 ELKCTHIC TUJCI, TUMI'S for KITCHEN RANGES ..' FI.OOn POLISHER rOR.RENT GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE ITS MAJ»LK STREET from City Dnkory) I>ollvi>r.v Tpl( . WHITE JERSEY COTTON DIAPERS Wally's UKPT. STORE . U SPRING STBKET GOING AWAY? GET VOUtt J LUGGRGE At FISHER'S 111 South Main St., Watcrbury ACCOUNTANT Weekly, Monthly and ' . Quarterly Audits. Income Tax Consultant For Appointment* 'phone 3449 Edward J. Ahern AUTO PARTS ';• A.. And Aicc^ji»orles • ,. For 'AU"Cars B & l\i Motors, Inc. General' liopairlng • 8»-83 SOUTH MAIN- ST, . ". 'I ',.. Tol. 04-U.' ...'.. . Tho arc all old-timers, having graduated from their respective -alma maters 8 to 18 years ago. A preliminary game, to start at 7 o'clock, lias been' arranged. Vias Take Three From Cadets The Vias : took thr'ce from the Cadets in n. regular 'Girls'. -Industrial league match. b,owlei! last riljrht at Annenberg's. • Halen Stcbar ' -with the hig-hly respectable' 1 total .qf .407 led the Vias'r charge. -Miss- Btebar had. strings- of 133, ll&Vaind 159.- In other matches .scheduled, ' the Gems took three frbrii the- Ran- IgercltcM; the Stars took' 'three from the Reserves;- the ; T6p -Notchecs 1 took : two from the Wolverines and tho Mountaineers took three from the BJB-C., ' •• . , /•-..; Matos, If ... W. Matos, rf .. rsenault, c ., . Oris, Ig f P 1 11 0 12 0 12 0 10 Siuzdak, rg ; U - '0 10 Totals Bluebirds :;q--.0 20 0' J i o 1 11 B. Hudncr, If R. Han'.ey '."' A. IIlcs, rf B. Garrick, c •J, Illos, Ig J. Alcgi, rg Totals Scorn at half time: 20-2. " Referee: Klambt., .A strand of cotton is stronger than a thvcad of wrought iron- of tlie same size. In Aquatic Contest Smith, If 2 Kirkcndall, rf 4 Currier, c 3 Rcr.zoni, Ig 4 Chebowski, rg 0 CJymcr 0 Heavens Q Totals 15 Greys b P.abtoy, If 6 Polosowslti 0 Mariano, rf 3 Kupr.™ci i. c .'. 0 CroEswait,, g '.'.. 0 Fog-arty, rg 1 * P 2 6 0 8 0 10 2 10 0 0 0 0 •t 3-J f P 0 12 0 Q 1 7 0 0 0 0 1 3 Totals 10 2 22 Score at half time: 21-11, Blues. Referee "Red" White. White* DiMario, If b .. 1 Lambert, ri 0 Wilkus, c 3 Sextoii, Ig 1 2 'Poynton, rg .-..' :...-. 6 I P 0 2 0 0 0 6 1 5 2 14 Totals Rods 12 3 27 Duraonskil rf Duffy, c Lav.issucr, Ig . Sunbury, Hodman ., 0 f P 0 6 •i 10 1 1 0 0 0- 2 0 0 Totals 7 5 39 Score at half time: 14-11, Whites. .Referee:. ".Red" \Vhltc. U. S. GIBES-fcEAGUE:, ' ;• Averttge*'- to DAte : ;,.' : • '•'.'• Semlnolc ;"''•" ; ; .. - .- Games.Piiifall 24 2248«! 3770' 42- 3810 '-.*2 3557 854.. V, Koerber ,',.... ;s. Smith •:. M. Mansinl ,'.,•:;••. :T: Sctilll'er-..''..••?•.<•'. A. Stasonis.'daub.)* H; Unia ;.. ,D, Smith' .: R. O'Neil •s- Aztec' • 42 42' 39 FRED'S HIrWAY GRILLE SOI- South Main St. '..' Reffiilar Dully Dinner SOc up A '-La Carttf. '.'.'-"'; Menu Spaghetti To. Take Out Banquet Room. CqcktaU. • Fulf" "' TRY CLASSIFIED ADS FOR .RANGE; OR, FUEL brt ' ' : ; JTEL. 5Bl? . BiU's- ; Puei.-Oii, Service "Bill'' HlBrlneUi, Prop. C. D.oiron. .'.•..-i2.7. ; :- . •' • ' Orcc'. : '• J. Emmett '42- M. MacDonald ... 33' H. Lakis;.,.... . ; .":;-v : 36 D. Farren" .'-39 . Fleet L,' Gfln'calves ...... 36' D. Connelly- ....''.',, 36, M, .Sedlick ,....'.. 39 • 3059,'...' 3627 C. 3050'., 2482 ' 3760 ..3242' 3001. 3370; ' 3128 32C3- 3011 B. Lagbwnlck ..... i 39 • - 3208 Avc. 91 '80 92' '95 94 87 73 92 90 87 '84 84 87 •'9-1 76 82 Washing ' machines-'in American homes- almost doubled -in number : between- 1830 anirlfl33.. Thpro were 1 rnilUon 'In }9Sft anrl 4iiri"st IJ piil- lion nine years later. • . .. Knights/Scpyill MeetTonigit The cumo between -the -Parplo- .Kr.ig-hts and Scovill of Watorbury. .scheduled for last night was .called o!T. Walter Ploslti, vice president in charge of public- relations for '•thff .Knights announced this-.morning. The game-will bo- played, this! evoning at the Scovill SERA sur-1 face.'in Waleroury, Vice President Pllosliriafd;-' 1 .-- ' >;' •'.••'' ^••••^^-•:s:f.- R&M Alley sHdds One-Ball Sweep Sataniay,Jan.11 - Borough bowler*',,jvhp'failed''lo >vin prizes ..in.-the'last, one-ball BWeepstak v run'at v t.h't'R & M alleys December 7; will have another chance to realize a 2000 per cent return on original- investment, according- to' Manager Charlie Ruccio of tftc R. & M. alleys. Inspired by the success of the December affair, Manager Rucclo will sponsor another such event at his alleys on January 11. i Manager Ruccio has again guaranteed a $50 flrst prize with entry fee set at $2.50.. Hours of bowling will be from noon to midnight. PartlcipanUi will. roll.. four games each. ." ' ''*~." -': '. . , ; Several of the -better girl..bowlcrs in the boroufjb have expressed "a desire to compete. For .those ladies who might fee! a trifie out of place in all male competition. Manager Ruccio h.as promised to jet aside a special time and special alleys so that girl bowler? who wish can bowl with other girls. No distinction in scoring will be made, however, scores made by prirl bowlers will be rated as part of the general competition. Already sevenal of the leading borough pin topplers have signified their intention of entering. Once again the redoubtable Doc Aquavia and his' merry men have entered the lists as a unit. Doc's squad is currently shoving their bools to the other outfits in the Mercantile league, therefore, it is not outside the realm of possibility that the winner of the tournament would be a member of this Very capable outfit. St. Francis GYa Winner Over St. Augustine St. Francis CYO basketball team defeated the St. Augustine team of Bridgeport 36-25 lost evening at Columbus Hall, Quint with 14 points and Mascola with 11; starred for the winner?. Sabo with eight \vnc the losers' host man. The CHItFofSuaaw.DwifhtD.HMfr fcow*r malm an approach ihot fc |b« 18th green oa tfat «oU count* Prwtt General Hospital In Coral 0*. tola*, Fla., where b« bat bean mttiJi and undergoing a central checkup, Th« tuned toldicr reaffirmed hfc assertion that he is not available M a presid«ntia) candidate. H« tenmt himself: "A soldier who it devoM to the Job of commanding th* arciy." (International SoundphooV All American Vets Beat VFW Three | The all American Vets hit hijh ji£ pinfall for the day. 3696, to tal«|^ three from the D. A. V. in a rif- $*• ular Vets League match at AnncB-B'Jr beai gs. In other matches the U. C. ftjj Vets took three from the Marinnt; the American Legion took three from the Gold Star Post; and M-R post took three from the V. F. W. . Standing to, date follows: Won Lot score: St . Franc U . b l.p 7 OH 0 0 Quint, If '.'.'.; •'':. Nixon 0 Mascola, rf 4 3 11 Walsh, c 2 3 7 Parrcn. Ig 0 1 1 San Ar.gelo 0 0 0 Furtado, rg 1 1 S Totals St. 14 8 26 (Bridgeport) Ncary. If .................. 0 1 1 Panton .................... 0 3 3 O'Connell ................. 0 0 0 Perroni, rf ................ 1 2 4 llancy .................... 0 0 0 abo, c ................... 3 2 8 Maiocco. is ............... 2 0 -1 Sheehan ................... ,0 0 0 A'cMcnamcy ............... 0 0 0 McCuliough, rg ....... .... 2 1 0 .Tolals - .................. 8 0 M .Referees: Fox, V. Hcaly. M. Rodo 30 A.,A. V. -..; 31 U,' C. Vets 25 American Legion 15 V. F. W. 15 D. A. V 14 Marines 12 Gold Star 12 Inducted in the pre-war, penult- j tion of tho Philippines were 75^00 f Chinese, 30,000 Japanese, and 9,005 f whites, who were either American or Eurcpeans. .' STRHHD and B1C WEEK _ Jeanne GRAIN MARGIE! 11 IN TCCHNJCOIOR Glenn IMGAH • (ym» MM Alan YOUHG In* IRT 'DANGEROUS MILLIONS' Kent MNOH-P*™ OM« COMIHO Tli.< ri»lni.mnn and (lie T.tiil.v. nli'in Vullrj- of OLLIES RADIATOR SHOP 18 PROSPECT ST. TEL. 5541 - .Union- City AUTO RADIATORS REPAIRED, CLEANED and Re-Cored Work Called For and Delivered ALL WORK GUARANTEED . OIXIE Prop. . „. . ALCAZAR OITTINO READY for the New . Day. aquaiic program at San ta. ^on,-' ;ica,..' Calif y. iSyJonn-Thomas, 16, u ,ol .'VeniBe, ealijoi-riia. Joan ,wlllicpn4-.' .'^teogainsVthe coast champ'ioiT girl' '' '•-" Moynier, ._^ - .(International) Today r Wed. T Thurs. "CLOAK ';•',..*•'•'?•::, '•':•':•',. ••••{':• vv'•'-.. s''™o A .'.-,» H M U M V LOBUUE POL! NOW THE BEST OF MGM . . . THE,' .BEST OF JEROME KKBN MUSIC! '.>..! 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