Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 9, 1947 · Page 6
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PACK C—NAfOATUCK NEWS (CONN.), THUHSDAY, JAN. 0, 1047 Entries Pouring In For R&M Tourney Mnnasor Charlie Ruccio nn- nounccil today that entries arc oom- InR In at "n steady pncc" for the one-bull tournament which the R, nnd M alleys will sponnor on Jan. 11. Bowling will be from noon to •midnight, The meet will be n four panD nffnlr with bowlcrx of both ucxcs eligible to compete. Several of 'the bocicr Klrl bowicrx in the borough who expressed disappointment at not being 1 fiblo to shoot for prizes In the laat meet held have signified -their Intentions of entering this one. ACTIVITIES AT Y Friday nlR'.u, State Badminton march with Bristol. Friday nlRht. Swimming meet, NaiifMtucU vs. Watcrbury Junior teams. Saturday, New Britain vs. Mau- patuck volley ball, 2:00 p. m, Saturday, Naugntuck Hl^'h achooi vs. Seymour. 7:30 'p. m, at the Y, Sunday. 3:00 p. m. Purple Knights vs. Mci'ldcn Dcxters Basketball Karoo. FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. l«Xi South Main St. M You Want lo Buy or Sell REAL ESTATE See "Tony" Farrar Tel. 4233 R&P METAL WORKS W> SO. MAIN STRKKT <Krur> JSxpnrt WcldinR of All Typ«!« I'orRlnsr, SJiret Met^l and Orminiental Steel Work Shi-ct and Bur McUil for Sale 'telephone H377 Eleven member:* of the Boston Braves" Baseball Club have signed their 19-17 contracts. Pitcher Johnny 3ain and Catcher Phil Mas! are the only two regulars who have not signed.,,. Hxigh Greer makcK his bow as varsity basketball coach of the University of Connecticut with a rugged assignment this week. Creep directs the UConns against a high scoring Maine team here lonlxht and thon faces a contest Saturday against the potent Rams of Rhode Isund, High School Servicemen Beaten In Closing ADVERTISING DIDN'T PAli Indianapolis —(UP)— Abraham Bo/igian found advertising didn't p.iy, in his case. Bozlglan advcr? tincd a used stove for stile. But before he could sell It, a tnief stole it from his Of Ejrypt'a 330,000 uquaro miles. 3?,7,fiO>t are desert. IJASKKTHAIL KNKK 1'ABS. ;tml UNIFORM HAGS NAUOATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "KUSIS" WEAVISfO. Prop. Wln.ilow Court Tel. 3S3* PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R & M ALLEYS 18S MAV1.R STKKKT REGISTER NOW Now Term Sturt.s Mon,, Frh. 3 CALL. WR1TU or I' TOR IIKTAItS POST 24 Central Avc. Watorbury «J-«713 WE'BK Of K STO«K Wtttcti L'.H Grow! CORNER CANTEEN :«« No. Mnln Struct "Dom" Tollerlco, I'rop. GET A JEEP Tour WII.I.1fS-«>VKBl.A>l> »•»>" LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc ott 44 llnrrlKon Avmn* I'lto AUTOMATIC IRON LIGHT WEIGHT Pay 50c Week S CHNEER C CRCOIT JEWEtFRS-^J S-.ulh Mo'n CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY TP». 2210 IN >'KW <HIAIITKKS AT 28 CHURCH STREET — rilONOCnAPHH — lindlo - 1'honu Combination* RADIO KEI'Ain MERVICK Henry Disston & Sons, Inc. Chain Saws [Delivery from Stock mSwiiivn'nffnnSit PUBLIC BINGO Tomorrow Night & Every Fri. Night at 8 O'clock Columbus Hall St. Francis School Bldg. GIs Furnish Surprise Of Current Sports Season By Extending Strong Chenv leal Squad To Limit Naugatuck High School's basketball GI opened the current Naugatuck Industriul basketball league season at the YMCA last night by forclnp thc strong Naupratucl; Chemical entry to the limit before bowing by a 35-34 score. In losing, the cx-serylcemen served notice on other league teams that they are u force to be reckoned with. The game was close nil tho way, the iead'chanKing hands no fewer ahan elffiu times. However, the Chemical managed to run up an Jl-point advantage by thc end of the third period; but tho Vets came back strong to tie the score, at 29 Galcski and McDermott hoop- * CARS WUVTERIZKU \ CHAPPIE'S 5 AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 2-18 BRIDGE ST. TEL. 4890 MCMILLAN MOTOR <>u.s Hardware Beat Rams, 30-18 Bluebirds Win Dom 'Minlcucci's U. ware Kwiks emerged S. Hard vietcrloua iast evening In l h '-Ir encounter with Jim Kf/ineJy's. St. Francis Rams at Columbus Hall soundly trouncing the Saints by a 30-18 score. Byrnes and Omar Kilroy led the scoring for '(.ho Kwicks accounting for 11 and 8 points respectively Kilroy the 6-foot three center also proved himself mort> than- capable In controlling tho play off the backboards for the major, portion of the evening. Miniciicci. Lineburg ed for the Chemical, and Tangredi '~^ LoRusso Played stellar flooi sunk n foul for the vets which g, amcs £ Or the winning qtiintot. with Gnazdowskl's Basket made MorHs ]ed thc Rams Jn thcc ount.33-32. Jack Dunn and 0 . * vlo , n poinls whi i c Finke Aquavl.a matched baskets to end . expcl ,*'j ln f loo ,. p!ny . Thc ]O33 the scoring- at 35-34. ! marked the fifth successive defeat In. the second same tho US Kennedy coached five Rubber had little trouble with the ... . . Eastern Malleable, winning VO-12. Rip Ruccio with 22 points 'starred for the Rubber combine. NIUIR. Chemical b R. McDermott, rf 8 F. Edmonds, If ° SkiPl?, c 0 J, Dunn 3 Digris, rg. In the preliminary contest Garrick with 14 points, led the- Y. Booth, Ig J. Galcslci M C. A. Bluebirds to a 22 to . 12 vic- . tory over the Acolytes of St. SY.in- . t jcis' church, Alegi, who shared with o 10'six points in the scoi-inff, also pla.y- Jj io ' n o i i o 3 FOB RANGJE OR FUEL OIL TEL. 5618 Bill's Fuel Oil Service 50.. Woodland Street "Dill" Mnrliielli, Pro|i. ELECTRIC IKONS .1,2.95 WEISS' Ben Franklin Store 152 CIIUKCII STHEKT RADIO EXPERTS Since 1925 SWAN'S 13 Church St, — ToL 2S74 Totals I'l A. S. V.ctM Tangrcdi, rf 1 Gniazdowski, Jf G Lent, c 1 Meycra 1 W. McDermott, rg. O Aquavia, Ig 2 Bopis • 2 1 3 5 1" 0 2 1 3 1 1 0 <! 0 4 : Totals 13' 83-1 Score at half time: Chemical. !•!13. Referee: Weaving. Time: Four 10-minute periods, U. S. Rubber b f t Luhowski, rf 1 0 2 T. Edmonds 4 2 10 F. Wojack 0 0 0 J. Farrar, If 102 p.d the best floor game of. the ning In setting up the-Bluebird victory. Dclaney with, four points, -was high for the looers. Kxvlks O'Connor, if Byrnes, rf .. Lincburs Tulacro Minicucci; lg Picl .'. i LaRusso, Gleascn . J'S. b. 1 0 . 5 ' . 0 4 0 0 1 1 0 Totals Rnms Brazil. W .. Morrin, rf . Finke,.. c .. McCann, Ig LaFontair.e Eyrd, rg ... 12 C 30 b f p 022 5 1 11 022 1 3 0 0 0 0 .... 1 0 ... . 0 FRED'S HI-WAY GRILLE SOI South Mnln St. Daily Dinner !>0c up t\ Lu Curto Menu Spaghetti To Tuko Out Hunquet lluoni, Cocktail .Lounge Full Liquor License Just Rccolvod \ Shipment Of Modern Radiators Enough for 10 Seven Room Houses Firse Come - First Served Tho Waterbury Heating Co. J,<-;«lrrs In Homo Heating *>-f!« Spring St. rhoiic '1-6478 Water bury FurnaccM Cluiinod nnd Repaired ... Chimneys Cleaned. YES! ! WE HAVE SCOTCHES J. K. STORES CUT HATE, LIQUORS, VVIXlfiS, BEEBS. ITreu Delivery Anywhere In Borough SfHI No. Mnln St. Tel. 4979 F. Furs 1 0 2 R. Ruccio, c 9 4 22 Fruln 2 0 1 Yackowslti, rg 6 2 14 Peterson 2 0 4 Gibson, Ig 4 0 8 Emstie 1 0 2 Totals 31 8 70 HHstern Malleable b f t C'honko, rf 0 3 3 Dcholory 0 0 0 Finke, If G 1 13 Spann 1 0 2 Hopkins, c 7. 0. 14 Grumenmann 0 0 0 C. Wojack, rg 3 2 8 Swiderski, Ig 1 ° 2 To-taJs 13 6 42 Score at half time: 39-16, V. S. Referee: Weaving. Time: Four 10-mlnute periods. Totals , G 0 13 Score a-t half timo: Kwlka 11, Rams 3. Kefereo.i V. Honly. Bluebirds Alegi, It . • Hudncr, rf Garrick, c Hanley, Ig , Ollero, rg . b f p 306 0 0 0 6 2 14 1 0 2 0 0 0 El-ECTRIC FUI5L TUMPS for KITCHEN ICANGES FLOOR POLISHES FOB HUNT GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 178 MAPLE STBEET (Across from City Bukery) Free Delivery Telephone 5M4 MKN'S und WOMEN'S SHOE SKATES (Including White Shoe Skate* for Women) Boys' Hockey Skates ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE SO SOUTH MAIN ST. TEL. 6162 Nnufntiick, Conn. Post Office Team Challenges Morties By JOI3 CARRIER Now that tho war is over and the boys have all returned, the boys at the Post Office, after a successful season at .loftball and bowlinft, are now ready to issue a chal- lenpo to br.ak.etbal.l teams. They would firat like to bury : ;hc Merry MorLiciar.s which they feel capable of doing. Coach Ed (Bullet) McCarthy an : !jouncou that the boys arc in tip top shape. He has many capable players consiating of Hammerhead Dinneny who,,stai:red: with the Pier Dl team while in thc Navy, Bill (I won the war) Benson who starred, and I do mean starred, wi-th thc leather necks. Profile Ed Hanley at thc left forward, position, Car- bam, McDonald of. the Newport Stateside team, Beanpole Jim Wrinn of Wubash .U. Stationary, guards .will be (Major). John Smith and Bud Stiber. For capable substitutes there will be Doc Cullen, the Okinawa whizz, and Grapefruit Cockcroft, of Florida fame. Able players on hand will be Eddie Brennan, Miko Smith, Charlie ITratesi, Joe Curtln, Mike Kenny, .Charlie La- Chanco, George Chlswotl, Mike Mor- on.ey, Pete Brennan, Carols McNamee, Cliff Svvirski, Gcorse Blrd- aall and our dark horse, Sylvester, Co-managers Smiling Charley Mc- Namcc, thc pride of Church street, and Ray Heavens of old time fame, also wishes to challenge our rivals, the Naugatuck Fire Dept. and thc St. Francis Rams and any other worthwhile teams. Since we sure did a good job during the Christmas rush we feel with tlie team we have and the coaching, we will go undefeated if wo can get ganjes. Ed note: We understand' the boys are getting -in shape ifor'the coming season 'by taking Ibug hJkcs on their'days off. ; Totals 10 2 22 Acolytes b f p Nixon, If Q 1 1 Poiva 1 0 2 Zehnder, rf 1 0 2 Weaving- 0 1 1 Dclaney, c 2 0 4 Owens, Ig 0 1 1 Williams, rg 0 1 1 Froclich : 0 0 0 Totals 4 -4 12 Score at half-time, 14-4, •Bluebirds. P.efci-cc: Curtln.. • TOP SCORER 'i.'tfkS-rtf/ ••M?gM/i* <m^J,fe#a By Juck Sordt •JAl^'AlAtToAjAi- - •- , • . Tigers Slightly Favored Over Naugy High School Manager Says Injury Will Cost Pep $100,000 MilyilJe. >.'. J.. Jan. 0—(UP)—It's cvealed thnt \VillioPcp, the featherweight nhamp of ; the world, suffered a broken left leg 1 in Sunday li-ht.'s plane crash near Milivlllc. Pep's manager, Lou Viscusi, says the injury m;iy prevent Pep from 'ightinis' for the next six months. Viscusi snys tho layoff will cost Pep about $100,000 in purses for fights ho had scheduled during the next four months. U, S. R. GIRT,S TNT. DEPT. LEAGUE Atomics (0). B. Brodorick ____ 71 70 S3— 230 B. Pcruffini ...... 57 S5 IIS— 300 D. Morton ....... S."> 78 SC— 249 J. Whalnn ....... S3 113 SI— 2SO A, Yna ........... 75 7 '15 St. Francis CYO !n Action Sunday: St Hedwig's Idle Only one c^ N.augaluck's two en- I tries in the Watcrbury CYO league will bo. in action Sunday. St. Francis will meet thc Immaculate Conception" team of Waterbury Sunday afternoon al 2 o'clock at Columbus Hall. St. Hod-.vlg's meets St. Francis Xavier of Waterbury .1 wnch from tonight at 8 o'clock on thc Washington Park Community House floor in Watcrbury. Thc standing: Eastern Division i Won Lost St. Francis Xavier 4 0 St. Thomas 3 1 Our Lady o£ Lourdcs ~..." 3 1 St. Lucys 2 2 St. Francis of Naupatuck 2 2 St. Hcdwig's ,'. 1 3 Sts. Peter & Paur ; .. 1 3 Immaculate Conception .. 0 -1 75 Handicap ....... 15 15 15 St. Francis Blues Beat St. Mary's Thn St. Francis Blues beat thn St. Mary's' 1 Gaels, 40-19, Sunday afternoon in the preliminary to thc i Purple Knights' game. ! Frank San Anc^lo pacocl thr winners with 15 points while Beauchamp was high man for the losers with 5 points. v Thc score: St.. Fran el n b f Tomatoes belong .^o- the same plant family.. aa potatoes, ..tobacco and the egg plant. SKATING Baummer's Field St. Rink Telephone 350 J < ft ff ++*•****>•* Quint, 1C 2 0 4 B. Mascola, rf :.... 3 0 6 Brennan '. . 1.0 2 B. Lynn, c 3 0 f> wurtado. Itr 1 1 3 San Angclo, rjr 7 1 1,5 Di Mario .'. 1 0 2 Totals 10 2 40 St. Mury's b f p T. SuUiVan, ir 0 2 2 Kissano 1 1 3 MuKha, rf 1 1 3 B. Donnelly 1 0 2 Bcaucliamp, c 2 1 5 Ma.^as 0 0 0 R. .Donnelly ... : '.. .000 .•VdamiUs, 15 0 0 0 T^tt 00 0 Smith 0 0 0 Romanoff, rg ..',. • 022 Scully '. 102 Totals , 6 7 10 • Score at 'half .time: - St. Francis 10,- St; Mary's 7. Referee: Klambt. Total 426 442 401—1329 Boot-Toppers (S) T. >Iasi 10S 101 110— 315 D. Urbinati N. Ercssler , J, Ekbc'rg E. Napkauska's 76 87 S6— 245 . 107-'ia3 '106— 326 ...-.76 "79"- 95— 250 . 102 97 108— 307 Fota! •165 4I7.-.505P-1448 :. HaUIcrs (0). ":'v.' J. Fitzgerald ... 11-1 113 00^- 817 M. O'Dcnnell 91. 82 S6— 250 S. Porks 77 05 99— 271 A. Whiteornb Ofi 87' 80— 263 a. Poccski SO 80 S2— 2<17 Total -103457 •12T—1357 Victory Rollers (:>>. M. Almeiclu. ....... 92 81 S7— 270 M. Palmier! 100 04 77— 271 H. Lorec 114 107 107— 328 H. Dobosx 91 03 81— 265 R. Hanley 107 ]H 89— 307 Total -1S6 -1C.— 1443 HKMATCH Los Angeles, Jan. 9—(UP) — Young Harold D.ide, the Chicago walloper who took the title away from Bantam Champ Manuel Orti?, in an upset bout the other night is going, to give Ortiz a chance to get it back.- A Los Angeles malchmak- c-r—Babe McCoy—announces that he has signed Ortiz and Dado for o title match on March 4th. Rossi Stable Fights Tonight Manager Joe Rossi will take his stable of fighters to Danbury tonight' for bouts in the State Armory. Joe Madden, Stanley Ros and Paul Kovach will all se KC.tion, Manager Rossi announce! this morriing. Observers Lay Great Stress On Defeat Of Ansonia On Home Court; Cite Greyhounds' Erratic Shooting I^augatuck's High School Greyhounds may have another and more unaccustomed canine designation when thev %o afja'ist Lcavenworth at thc Watcrbury armory Friday ni,7i)t—that, of underdog. Most ob- sorvcrs give Leavenworth a slight edge. .' .....,.' , The Tigers have an .impressive record which shows a 41-11 win over Oliver Wolcott Tech, a 32-29 win over Torrington, a. 48-20 decision over Wilby a 39-31 victory over Hill house and a 38-30 win over Ansonia. They have sole possession of first place in thc Valley league. Lcavcnwortl.'d stock has risen since last week. The Greyhounds were rated the team to beat after slr victory over Ansonia last Friday. However, when the Tigers defeated the strong Hillhouse of New Haven team at the Waterbury Armory last Saturday ,mbst observers were inclined to ratc'thcm on a' ; par with Naugatuck. "The •Tigci*'" victory over Aneonia. Tuesday evening on the Copper; City lads' home court is thc deciding, factor in giving them a slight edge over Nauga- mory last Saturday, most observers. As game -time draws closer, more and more importance is mt- tached to the Copper City win; therefore it is quite possible the reyhounds may take the floor tomorrow night a decided underdog. Two other factors also enter thc picture to explain why prc-gamc iudcment favois the Tigers. One is that Naugatuck's shooting has become ragged of late; thc other that thc quality of Naugatuck substitutes drops off sharply after thc five regulars. Reports from Monday's practice were that Coach Ray Folcy was experimenting with both Healys at Uie guards and Stauffor and Jones at forwards, in an effort to give the Greyhounds added scoring punch. The basis of the Greyhound attack BO far this season has been ahort undcr-Uie-baskct shots. Moving Vin Hcaly to the back couY was an attempt to increase tho, ef- fectivenes of the Greyhound long- | range artillery, in thc opinion of some observers. The Greyhounds j will hold practice a : t the Armory this afternoon, and it is possible that Co.ich Folcy may experiment further in an effort to bolster his team-'c scoring punch. It has been estimated that ade- , quate lighting on city streets would { save 3,000 persons from death an-1 nually. At Walfingfonl This Evening The Naugatuck Zcphyri will travel to WalllriKford tonight 14 play the Wa'llingford. Vets at tat State Armory, Manager Otto Mt>Cann announced tills morning. The two tc-ains met earlier in the .season in a tfame whicS ended in « two-point win Tor, tbc Vets. Tht .score was 5-J-32. The Wallingford outfit which is currently in third place in league Htandiri?: will show Cusafi;, one of the leading scorer* of thq circuit in its lineup. All Zephyr players arc requested by Manage;- IiicCann to be .at (he YMCA at 7 o'clock this evening. - - , - mm* mUEi MKN $«Mt nib ruin Flu SUlctil SNcrl Mjwft Bingo TONIGHT 8 O'CLOCK ST. MARY'S HALL rnior* CUT Atiftptc** of AllAr HMl llolj .Mnmr ISntlpllr* i« C.AMK^ I'ulillc Inillt* TRY NEWS WANT ADS Louis To Tour South America l''Ncw York, Jan. 9—(UP)—Heavyweight Joe Louis is gelling rcad> for a'seven-week .tour to show the boys down South America way how they swing it in this country. The champ will leave New York tin- Jan. 26th, his first stop will be Mexico City where Joe will lake on Ayturo Godoy, the Chilean heavyweight, in 10 'two-minute rounds. From there, Louis will travel to Control and South America. He plans to return by March ISth to get ready for a June title fight. SALEM Today PARAMOUNT NEWS . 80th" ANNIVERSARY : _ .- ISSUE' • • . '•" ;'" •Covering "all the Importiint historical hlfriUlsrhis from 1927 .to ' 1W-. Don't miss this historical presentation. ••:•••'••..•': Friday - Saturday "Boston Blackie and The Law" plus ALCAZAR Today. "CLOAK AND DAGGER" Friday - Saturday FROM BLONDES TO BOXING A Knockout Punch tv«ry- fim* Wh*n Tltatn Io»» */rn. looi*. 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