Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 8, 1947 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, January 8, 1947
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O-NAEQATUCK NE W8 (COXX). WEDNESDAY. JAN. », 1947 On The Air Today 3:45 p. m. WTIC-WNBC—Front Pa(ro Fnrrcll WATR—Naugatuek Ncw»; Music WJZ—Tennessee Jnd WWCO-WOR—Tom Mix 6:E» p. in. WERY—E, Christy Erk WATR—News nnd Sportu Other Stations—Ncwa 0:13 p. m. WER-'AVOBM-Word From tho Country WNEc—aeienndc to America WATR—Music of the Day ViJK— Fthfil find Albert WOR—Bob Elaon WWCO-Sporcs Time 0:30 p, in. WBRY-WO3S—Uiid Bin-be L- WTTC—Cote Glco Club \VATK—Phil Von Tobcl; Stock Reports V/JK—Allun Prescott WOR—New* WWCO—Mimic, in the Air fi:43 p. in. WBRY-WCBS—Bob Trout, News WTIC-WNBC—Lowcit Thanm.-t WATTl—Pleasure and Profit WJZ —Lawrence and Marlcy WOR—Stun Lomax 7 :(-,:> |>. in. WBKY—The Little Show WCES—Myste.-y ot the Week WTIC-WNBC—Supper Club WATR-WJZ-Hcatlllnc Edition V/WCO-WOR—Fulton Lewis, Jc, 7:15 p. in. WBRY—Sonfc-s by Eilly O'Brien WCBS—Jnck Smith Show WTIC-WNEC—News WATR—Rhythm AUvontun.'S WOR—Answer Man WJZ—Elmer fiuvls WWCO—Dance Orch, 7:31) p. m. V/RRY—Milt Horth Trio WCBS-Ellery <,/ue«n WTIC—To be announced ELECTRICAL NEEDS Electric Appliance Co. IC-M Kuldwlll St. Wilt. — TV1. 4-12-12 "ACE'' Aluminum STORM WINDOWS Protective Insulation Co. (HI Avon Avi;., Wulorlniry, Conn. Tel. ft-WHM) Kve, 4-32«7 GOLDIE'S Camera Shop Fntfaral, Simmy, Di'jur, Ktt.yzvr SoMliglit IT GrunU St., wtliy. Tel. 3-1873 CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY Tel. 2210 IN NEW (Jt'AHTEHS 28 CHURCH STREET — ItADIOS — — riioNOGK/trit* — Itudlo - 1'linno Coirililimllon* BKKAIB 8ICRVICK WNBC—Barry Wood Show WATR—Phono Your Answer WOH—L'.Btencr Heporta WJ!i—The Lone Ranprer WWCO—Cecil Brown 7:45 p. in. VVERY—The County Farmer WTIC—Cavalcade of Music WNBC—H. V. Kaltcnborn WATR—Show Tune Time WOK—Inside of Sports WWCO—Hunting und Fishing 8;UO p. m. WBRY-WCBS— Jack Carson. WTIC-WNBC—Dennis Day WATR-WJ25—Lum 'n' Abner WWCO—Crime Club WOR—Can You Top This 8:13 ]>. in. WATR-WJZ—This IM John Paris 8:30 p. in. WBRY-WCBS—Dr. Chriotian WTIC-WNBC—Great Glldersleevc WATR-WJZ—Paul Whi-toman WWCO—Symphony of Melody WOH—It's Up to Youth 8:55 |i. in. WBRY-WCBS—Mews 0:00 |>. in. WBRY-WCBS—Songs by Sinatra WTIC-WNBC—Duffy's Tavern WWCO-WOR—Gabriel Hcatter WATR-WJ2—Ann Scotland 0:13 p. in. WOR—Real Stories WWCO—Lou Masters Orch. 0:30 p. in. WBRY-WCBS—Dinah Shore WTIC-WNBC—District Attorney WATP.-WJZ—Pot o' Gold WWCO-WOR—What's the Name of that Song 1>:45 p, in. WWCO—Proudly We Mail 1UMMI p. m. WBRY-WCr-iS—Hollywood Flavors WTIC-WNBC—Fr:mk Morfan" WATR-WJZ-Binff Crosby WWCO—Author .Meets Critic WOR—Concert Hour 10:30 p. m. WBRY-WCBS—Information Please WTEC-WNBC-Musical College WATR-WJZ--Henry Morgan WWCO—D.-ince Orch. WOR -Symphoni'ltr: ll:ix> p. HI. j A!.!., Stations—N'osv.n j 11:15 p. >it. WBRY-WCUS—Joseph C. Harsch WTIC-WNEC—Harkness of Washington WATR-WJZ—Joo Kasel WWCO—Curlyle Orch. WOK^Ncws; P'lnancc Reports ll-.m p. m. WBRY-WCES—Invitation to Music WTIC—Kramer Orch. WNBC—McKinley Orch. WATR-WJZ—Gems: Towne Orch. WOR—Weather; Hampton Orch. WWCO—Joe Stidy Orch. I2:lll> Midnight ALL Stations—News Manufacture 1 of cotton began in Pfiwlueket, Rhode Island, in 1784. . mises Hard Fight • ••.•":!• ., • *^ -5 ri*» • ni« i .1 . ; i? •"<••'.••:>>. ; ,v-.'j .;>•..-•"-. Tigers Slightly rayored By Some Sports Observers •*^ ••.••...<•.>...(•'." : ' •'-.'• By Jack Sards Waterbury Team Impressive Because Of Consecutive Victories Over Hillhouse and Ansonia It looks like a hard flfr'ht for the Greyhounds -—the E-iintf with Leuvemccrth, that is. The two team* clash Friday night at the Waterbury Armory when the Tech Tigers' unbeaten record and their leadership of the Naugatuck Valley leuftue will bo at stake. Both teams rate even to this onlooker; however, some observers Klve the Waterbury Technical Institute a alight edge, because of consecutive wins over Hillhouse of New Haven and Ansonia. Although Naugatuck beat Ansonia by a larger margin, th Tigers meet the Jai-vis combine o: the tatter's home floor. The Tech team, coached by Bll Tracy, has beaten Oliver Wolcott Wilby, Tcrrington, Hillhouse an< Anaonia hig-h schools. Naugutucte has beaten Olive Wolcotl Tech, New Britain, Trinltj Boys' Club, Seymour, Wilby, thi. alumni and Ansonia. They 'dropped a 48-42 decision-to the West Point Plebes Saturday, ' The by the Plebes can discounted in rating the, two teams, since, obviously the .soldiers, pluy a faster brand of ball than Jo high school clubs. However, it may be beneficial to the-extent that It will prevent u feeling of over- confldence on thep art of tho Greyhounds, According to reports, Coach Ray Foloy of the locals had the Healy twins at the guard positions during; pi-aelJeo yesterday ;inJ Jones ut foi-w.u-d. Those who reported this move judged it was an attempt to add scoring punch by keeping- Vin Heal.v, a set shot artist, in position to drop in long .shots, should the Greyhounds be unable to work the ball under the MEN'S and BOYS- PANTS SHOP basket. Whether Coach Foley was satisfied with the experiment and will use the changed lineup against Lcavenworth is not known at this time. Jt is expected that a large crowd from tho borough will want to see the g-ame. An estl.matod 200 seeking admission were turnod away ot thp Naujratuck-Ansonia same; therefore those who plan to attend this contest would do well to arrive early. The Greyhounds meet Seymour at f.he local Y Saturday. Purple Knights Beat Scovill >,The Purple . knights basketball team came through with a 42-36 win over thu Scovill quintet at Waterbury on tho SERA surface 'In the Brass City last night. The win was the second over tho Scovill quintet for the Knights this uoaoon who beat tho''-b'rass -workers at tho start of the campaign on the local Y floor. - : .. ;• The marksmanship of both teams left t-omi;thing to bo .desired. .The Knights missed 14 free throws out or 2G and th» Scovill team missed 7 out of 15, The Put-piemen led 15-1] at the end of the first period; 21-15 at the half, and 28-25 at the end of the third quarter. Scovill put on the pressure and tied the count with four mima'tes to .go at 33 "all,- However the'Knights spurted . to . pull Hway from that paint on. The -Knights will meet t-he Meridian Dexters this coming Sunday afternoon at the ' Y a t.i S o'clock. Both teams have .dropped only one erame this season. The scores: •• '• Purple, Knights' rf Furs If Roloman ....:.. Chct Wojack c . Charles Wojsclc Wojack IK . .. '-7. l^omun Korowolny rg . Totals B. F. P 4 0 1.1 '32 42 Gruchowski Swlrski c . Coach 0 Mc.Grath, rf 0 0 0 2 8 n 0 1 n 0 0 1 11 '2 2 • IllSt .li{'C»lvt!<l A Shipment Of Modern Radiators •Enough for 10 Seven Room Houses Firse Come - First Served Tlu< Waterbury Heating Co. I.rudrr* In Home Hunting JH-3B SprliiK St. Phono 4-8478 Wiitorlmry I''imm<:oH Clrani'd iind Rrpulred . . . Chimney* Cleaned Sturdy. CoNupNlhlo BABY CARRIAGES no*™ .1UVKXI I,K Ft UN ITU It K BE AGO KIDTIIK CKNTKR • 13 GttANI) STUKJET WilU-rhufy , YES! ! WE HAVE SCOTCHES J. K. STORES CUT ItAXK. L1QVOIUS, WINKS, BKERS Frrc IH'llvrry Anywhere In DoroiiKh :)DO No. Mnln St. Tel, 407(1 STREAMLINED AUTOMATIC IRON $850 LIGHT WEIGHT Pay 50c Week SGHNEER c *»CREDlT JEWEIERS*^ U. S. R. GIRLS LNT. DEPT. LEAGUE Cndetx (0). A, Kovales CO 10-1 115— 300 A. Thiel 94 8C 1 83—269 T. Kwtvsniewski . 110 100 1,4— 304 K. Dcfigan 75 75 75— 225 E. Gair DS 99 10-1— 301 South Mnln St. — 4 2204 CARS WINTERIZED CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 2.IH UKInCK SiT, TEL. 4890 AUMII.I.AM MOTOR R&P METAL WORKS (I!) SO. MAI.V STRKKT >Rcar) Export WelilliiK of All T.VPCH Forclntf, -hrct Mctnl and Oriiuini'iil:U STtecl Work Sheet and Bar Metal lor Sale Telephone G377 ELECTRIC IKONS $2.95 WEISS' Ben Franklin Store 152 CHURCH STREET KI.KCTRIC FUKL 1'1'MPS lor KITCHEN 11ANGKS FLOOR J'OIJSHKB FOB BKNT GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 118 MA£LE STMKKT (Acros:t from City Bnkcry) Free BeJIvery Tclt-plione 0044 RADIO EXPERTS Since 1925 SWAN'S 19 Church St. — Tel 2574 GOING AWAY? GET YOUR LUGGRGE i At FISHER'S i 111 South niuln St., Waterbury Total .(67 46G 471—1404 Vius (3) H. Stcb'cr 133 115 in9— 407 J. Woodln 90 89 88— 267 I. Lalibcrtl 91 112 S3— 2SG E. Sclinske 81 109 103— 293 M. Chmielewski . 103 89 103— 293 Total 493 514 53C—IMS Wolverines (1). H. Speck 55 62 62 179 E. Stamurcklng . "5 7!5 75— 22f R. Hare TJ 75 75— 22r S. Eryk 05 84 64— 203 N. Hudncr 102 99 95— 296 Handicap 15 15 15— Totals ..... 14 8 36 Score .it half time, Purple Cnights, 21; Scovill's, 15. Referee, Crichton. Rams Meet Quicks This Evening St. Francis Rams meet the H-M-d- —ai-e Ouicks of Watei-bury in a basketball contest this evening at Columbus, hall,. The hardware team .is composed of former big name basketball players who have been out of competition for some years, but are anxious to return to the court game. The Rnms will rely on their regular lincu'p'to 'turn back the Quicks. GOLFE1J DIES Death has taken a veteran Rolf professional of the Greenwich Country club. Robert M. Thompson died (it Pot-tchcotcr. N. Y., following- a brief illness. Thompson was 63 years old. Y Junior Swimmers Meet Brass City -.'The- NtfU£.atuck' .' YMCA Junior ] swimming- team will meet the Wa- Verbury Y.WCA; Tlunlor swimmers this' Friday «t 8:00 p. m. . • I.. Coach Sulllyan^-announcos •' that some of the boysf listed arc Sam Brady, John Brady, Fred Ecndlcr, America Cost.a, Al Paiva, Bruc« Miller, Kevin Nixon, Jack , McCarthy, Jack Quirke, Thomas Gar- nckl, Eddie White, W.-idc Holland, Joe Shanley, Richard Shanahan, and Gene Scranton, Other boys that have been training are asked to be on hand Friday night. , The Leavcnworth High School basketbjJl team of Waterbury took sole possession of first place in tht Naupratuck Valley bjsketball l with a 38-30 win over Ansonia night on the Copper City court. Tony Falco of Middlctown aaj Bobby Prycr of Springflcld fought u. ten-round draw at the Hartford-' Auditorium last night. Joe DiMagglo. New York Y»n- kec center/leldor, had a thrce-quar- Fish And Game The Naupatuck Piah and Gamn Club will meet this evening nt. 8 o'cock in 'hp courtroom'. There will be rcnominations to the o'ffices of first and second vice presidents and that of secretary. Election of officer- will also take place. Plans will be discussed for the coming year. TBV NEWS WANT ADS tor inch bone spur removed from his left hoe) by an operation y«. I terday. J Frank FilcnocX and Merle I Hapcs, New York Giant football players, have admitted being tp. roachcd with offers of a bribe by AJvin J. Paris- Neither reported boinp so approached to team au* th-oriiics. Coach Ray Folcy of the Nauga. tuck High School Greyhounds declined to start Bob StauTTer againtt the \Ve3t Point Plebes when h*. discovered Stauffer was not wear- inff trunks. Fole.v's reported com- inent \vas "the rules require" complete uniform. . .9** Naugy Dusty League Starts 12-Week Play Boot Toppers 117* Tl Win Three The -Naugatuck Industrial Basketball league will open its 32-week season this evening at the Y fjym. The league will play every Wednesday night. Four teams are entered: Tho U. ] from S. Rubber, thi; Eastern Malleable I Iron, tlic Nau^-atuck Glass and the ! dl 'OI>PC'J Hiprh School Vets. A list of team rosters which was ffivcn in the NEWS yesterday reads like a who's who of boroufrh basketball. The High School Vots take on Chemical tonight at 7:30 and at i S:30 U. S. Rubber meets Eastern Malleable Iron Co. Russell Weav- n;?, Jr., will referee. The Boot Toppers took three from the Atomicn in a regular U.S. Rubber Girls Inter Dept. loague match last r.iRh'. at Annenberp's, The Victory Rollers took three the Battlers: the Cubs lost 1 two to the Chargers; thes Spars two to the Packerettes, and the Invaders took a pair from the Tigers in ot?ier {fame-; rolled. Copper deposits were discovered in" Michigan in 1S44. Tuberculosis jjerms were isolated by Dr. Robert Koch in 1SS2. Total 377 410 380—1173 Ton-Notchfirs (2). M. Fairchild 86 76 93— 255 E, Decker .... 80 SO 101— 261 J. Possidento 85 83 SI— 249 t. Dillon 104 88114—308 D. Petci-son 72 78 SO— 230 Total 457 405 4SO 1301 V. S. GIRLS' LKAGUE Avcrnsen Blazer M. Grickis 39 '. Oi-oznick 27 ?. fjcanlon 33 M. Whclan 15 I'uoblo •I. Warren 27 H. Hasslinger .... 12 V. Claffey 30 M. Noble 20 Cilicfton Sweeney 27 Caulfield 42 Nolde 27 Morris 36 Cuyuga Furs 36 Bice 42 Shearer 36 VI. Hefferman 2766 2487 3144 1171 2875 U1C 2573 2188 2393 3550 2013 2875 3231 3G50 2741 92 8.1 96 80 107 76 SO 73 89 S5 74 SO 00 87 76 SO 2620 88 New York City forbids the plani- ng of poplar trees, because their oots go so deep that they often llsrupt the city's water and sewage ystcniB. Snuff consumption has gone up 120 per cent in the United States i in the last 10 years. Shirts That Gleam in the Light! They look well by duy us well us nlfi-ht. There Is nothing- to do justice to an Impeccably tailored evening suit us a fuultlcss- ly laundered evening shirt! And wo know just .how to do them for best results! A MERICAKI I t I' V tl H \ . • ^ Waterbury FRIDAY-SAT-SON ALCAZAR Today - Thursday "CLOAK AND DAGGER" OLL1ES RADIATOR SHOP 18 PROSPECT ST. 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