Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 14, 1947 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Tuesday, January 14, 1947
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V/\OK ft-X.XtfQATUCK NEWS (COJTV.). TUESDAY, .IAN. M, 1<H7 Bluebirds Beat Bears, 20-1 The Bluebirds boot the Bonrs, 20.1, In n onc-akltd contest nt tho Y Sntiirdny... McCarthy scored Che Uonrs' lone point, Hlucblrdtt A. Illos, if . •. K Hudnrr, rf B, Onrrick, c .r. in** i ( r ... J. AlCKl I'K . Jlnnloy 1 anders Lose To Redskins, 56-52 Th« N"iifn.tuc|{ Highlanders lost to the Watcrbury Redskins, SO-52, ut the gym In Wa- tcrbury last night. Sonn with 10 points was hlph for Naugratuck, and Snbla with 16 led the charge for thu Brass City five. The score: . KedHkln* Lettermen Have To Give Deserved Credit By Jack Sordt H. Sabia, If 8 f P 0 1U Totals 10 IJriirs b 0 I) 0 0 0 0 20 B. McCarthy, '. Nol«in rf ,,, C. Ivolop c ... Upright |jf Bronnnn, ri: .. Burlinakl, If 5 2 12 Courtney, rf 5 0 10 D'Agostlno, rf, 1 o 2 J. Byrnes, c 6 3 15 Mnrlrmra, Ig 0 0 O Krus'.p, rg o 1 1 Totals 2;; G 5G Totals 0 1 1 Score at half 'timn: Bluublrdst, H- 1. Rofi.'i-ee: F. Klambt. Oklakowski, . | Peterson, IK Sutar, IK ... Swirski, c . . Sonn, rf Mason, It .. Armonut, rf b S 2 0 1 2 Evur.v Buy, More Mm Siiy. . It'* tho warehouse »-»y fur 0 4 1 7 3 19 0 8 0 G Date Of Ceremony'Not Definitely Set; players Expect It Will Take Place In Near Future . .'-.• Members of the 1046 frjoLbr.ll squad at Is'aiifp-tuclc Hiph. School •iiave hatched n plot in thc.intor- nsts of justice, They . have conspired to see that the. seven Hlffli School cheer leaders, Captain Sii- •bina Zalcilii, Ann ."Fiti-.pati'iclc, Myrtle; Harding, Ccceil Tracy, Jean | By TOM KGAN Totals 23 G 52 Of WATERBURY STILL TOPS! Whrri-vnr you find tho .11 m Dull' Jnhfl In a suit or coat you're Miiru It's tops. Kvory- thlng'M t!i<> Kami'— the *«n- sllilf vuluc prices, the mit- itiindinK quality, ttie film nil-wool mutcrluls! ..\m| .j| M1 Dulr confirm** to lx> a styfo- ImiuVr In nit'n's fiixhions! Only $25-$40 All S1%«M — All All Model* Sco:-c at half-time: Naugatuck 28, Rudalcinj 23. Reforci! Guerrern. SKYMOUR FIKK Onmujfc is estimated nt more than $3,000 In n fire at Seymour. Tho blaze broke out in the Dutch Door Inn whore it was confined to the ie/t wint,'. Fireman Louie An- drowM was overcome by smolte twice durljigr the hour nnd one-hiilf battle. GOLDIE'S Damera Shop Fcd«ral, Miinray, lifjur, Keytar Soldlight 17 Grnnd St., Wthy, Tel. S-1873 CLOTHES FOR WIN WAREHOUSE SALESROOM 4»1 MIAOOW STR8IT II* tht Norti.n Mali CK.yil., OflM )» 4,M.-t »M. OAI (.\«nrr»t Jim tliilp IHui .Ht<»i*#i on Hour* I, Or MIIKIIIT. I'm Iho .M.v ll;iini> N Tliiimux "IIIH" iiiiiu H t IVrhonnl Mnnuro Cii. rlnit K — I'm iln< mini \vhn Ilkt'M to "ii"," In rruumu fur Ti-rxiiial Vut* ELECTRICAL NEEDS Electric Appliance Co. 1344 Biildwln St. r/n the MIIIII fur hinliliiiL- mi our t!itn.:i I su.v "Vr*" I tin- innri> IniHlni".* iniiklni; l-Kriunul l.ii MHIHl l» niir (l.NI.V Important tn MIC. If lunn», -fio'N rt'*vnn* iunlnioii. Tlu rrultrtft* tar WP ilii, Anil nf »^.-, In un V — tlint'B niltlil.v >u llmu -whi-thvr n litu,. f,, r „ Bh ,; r j in' a lul :i loiur Unit'—you tun ml <in my iiulni; m y i,?^ ,„ „,,,. to MMI. ,\ hum ,,r SHOD ,.imis aijo.Bo III C'AUS CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 2IH UltlllCK ST. TKI,. 4*11) Mr.Mll.l.AN .tlOTOH 'HIM SKATING Baummer's Field St. Rink Telephone 3501 Chrysler and Plymouth G. M. 0. Truck* J. C. Raytkwich, JR. ACCESSORIES Repairing 1M SOUTH MAIN ST. Telephone <t09t Src prninplly ri-nulil IIIIVL- in^illllllH'IKH mi- nt IVrsunuJ 'III' flu- III \V,lll'rbl SAGINA 2AI.ESKI HnckcCt, Dorothy /'c'nnricr and Lois Hormjna'., ruceivo some .iioasuro of clue rncoffnition for their hai-cl work ant! superb chcer- leudinfr cluriny the fcotlxill ' sea• on, The boys have arrariRcd to honor the choer leaders in a- ceremony v.-hicii will take pl^co ;U the High School. The idea originated nmonR mem- A J.ittle Spoeu/iition IH Too Much Tickot demand for the .Mouga- tuck-LiCRVcnworth game probably exceeded'COOO. Only 1050 seats were available. It follows therefore, that more than 3000 would-be ticket buyers were disappointed. • | Thei'c is no way possible to set fiOCO people into starids which will hold only 1950. If there' were, you may rest assured that Higli School Director of Athletics Ray Foley would have found it. Only those who wore privileged | to Kct a of what went on , behind t;he scenes, like the writer, can fiDDrcoiatc how hard Mr. Foley worked or how remarkably excellent was the job tbut he did. He did nil tho-t was humanly possible to satisfy everybody. Dring the five days before the game, he handled a myriad of details. He used resource find ingenuity to effect an nrrunyomBnt would be as satisfactory as possible under existing circumstances. Besides Mr. Foloy, the players, the cheer leaders, the score keep- j cr, timer, ushers,, etc., all (,'iive their j services without so much as a , iiichle in return. It is scarcely just, therefore, that some parasites who did not lift n finger -to help up on the affair, turned the gnme to their personal profit, Couid He Had Last Friday afternoon, a representative of' The News, investigating rumors of ticket speculation, locally, on the Naugatuek-Leaven- worth.gaine found tha-t tickets could be had if one cared to pay the price, which was ?5 for reserved for gallery. Speculative-op- New Mixed Bowling Loop Opens Season Thursday At YMCA A .new borough mixed bowline Jeag-uc will open its aenson Thursday night/at -the T when an. cight- .team oj-gani/aHion sponsored by St. Fancis Men's Club and St. Francia Women's Council getu -underway. Bowling: will begin at 6:30. Miss Dorothy 6'Toolc and A) Pis- tarnlll arc joint organizers of -the league. bowling will be on a non-handicap basis. The teams are so closely matched that a difference or only eight pins cxislS'Jbetween high and low average teams. High School Vets Take On EM. I. In Dusty Contest The second -jcunion of the In. tlustria) Basketball league will be held at the Naugatuck Yl^CA tomorrow night when Greyhounds Meet New Britain, Friday, Crosby, Saturday Nauga'tuck High School's bjs- kot'cers -nave two games carded for the Waterbury armory on successive days this week-end. They meet New Britain on Friday night and Crosby on Saturday. The Greyhounds were forced into a second overtime periad earlier in the season to beat New Britain by two points. However, that contest was played on the New Britain court. The Garnet can expect plenty of trouble Friday night, but, on v:ie armory floor, should win by a fairly substantial margin. Likewise, the Greyhounds can reasonably expect to win the Crosby gome. The Blue and White last to Wilby, 32-29, last Saturday, a team which Naugatuck beat, CO- last Wednesday will stack un against the Eastern Malleable Jroiv The contest should ho «. hum-dimt cr. It will start at 7:30. . JTI the nocond game, the tuck Chemical claim they will no back scat when they meet tht U S Rubber Keds. The Chcmicai'n has 29 men on their roster, having added Tony Brazfski and Leon Evon. They will have nearly six full teams to put in, if necessary to tire out tho Keds. All eyes will be on Sunny Gnaj. dowski, who played such a wonderful game last week. Don Hopkins is another player to watch «a he is clever under the basket, J»c!c Dunn cf the Chemical was .another surprise in l&at -week's (fame, and Tomir.y Edmonds of the Keds was also stellar performrr. bers o!' the squad shortly after th clo.=e of the season. It is believed i-' L ' ata the: Chat-lie DeCarlo, captain and orations, however, were or: such a center, made the original su^g-cs-1 sharply rCHtrictod scale as to be t.ion, which \va.= enthusiastically' Properly placed under i.ho heading .•a? enthusiastically 'Properly placed under i.hc hea m 19-17 football co-1 of "?«">' Racketeering,' 1 but it! Coin|)lc'ti> Line of CARMOTE PAINTS for Interior and cxU-rior iwp» Altontion individual* and pulnt contractors Union City Hardware :«•» .\. MAIN ST. Union City iM. Ii:itl<li-wl(!li. J'rop. W. .1. Stiilsiw, M *'OR H.ANCK OK VVKL Oil, TEL. 5618 Bill's Fuel Oil Service. 59 Woodland Street "Bill" Marlnolll, Prop, 25% Reductions On LAMPS NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEABT BC1LDDTO TEL. 5212 R&P METAL WORKS 110 SO. MAIN STREKT (Rear) Kxptirt Wclfllnxr of All T.vpew Fortclnif. Slicot Metm and Stucl Work Shf-ft and Uiir Mftal for Sulc Telephone 8377 ' • FRED'S HI-WAI' GRI1XR 04)1 South Main St. t'Kiilur Dally Dinner 30c up A l,u Carte Menu .Spaghetti To Take Out Room, Coc'ktnll Lounge Full Liquor .Llceime WE'RE ALTERING Ol'R STORE IVutch t'.i Grow! CORNER CANTEEN .•!!)3 No, Main Street "nom" Tellerlco, I'rop. 1947 Marks Our 104th Year of Successful Rubber Footwear Manufacturing 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. ".Servln B Through Science" Naugratuck Footwear Plant Naugatuck ConiL by th captains, Ken Zerbc and Bill Das- mend. Other members of the squad readily voiced agreement. Edward Kchoc, principal of the High School, was approached by a representative of the squncl and :ra<.'f> the plan hip sipproval. Several teachers helped to work details of a simple ceremony which only because it was without -the province of the speculators to have ii otherwise. ' Only SCO tickets went on public sale; the rest were sold at the high school. Further, the sale of the 500 •lickcta was held up long enough— thoy went on sale Thursday — so tha-*. a sufficient number of people would rush to get 1 them when they will ho scheduled so as net to interfere with regular scholastic rc- aponsibilitioA Full doll-ills of the proposed ' ceremony are not available; how- would mean that average snlcs were over it Is believed that an impor- two tickets per person. Hence it finally did appear. On n conservative estimate, wo should say that at least 250 people were accomjno- rtr>;.r/l at -the uublic Bale, which tant part will be presentation -to >,'cxch of tho cheer leaders of a scroll of appreciation. Wording on the scroll JH .the joint effort of several memborj of the football *quad, and every. letterman has -siKno'.l the document. Whrn the coremony will -take place is not known as yet: how- i>ver, it ha;; been an open secret at the Hifrh School for sometime "everythinp j s a j| sot .. p cc ]. ing amonfr the hoys on the squad is that the affair w «l take place 'very ahortly." of Athletics Ray Bill's Danl»ury Hatter 37 SOUTH MAItt ST. Win. Mariano, Vrop. Men's Huts Cleiuicd, Blocked Factory Methods NEW HATS FOR SALK Huts Made to Order DODGE Hotchkiss. St. Garage 47 IIOTCHKISS STREKT Tel. 5727 J. L. MAKILAUSKAS, Prop. SALES — SERVICE CLOSED All Dn.v Wednc.sdii.v lino to Dentil of Win. C. McGiiirc B & M Motors, Inc. Guuoriil Kcpairins 80-33 SOUTH MAIN ST. Tel. CJIl SPECIAL LARGE EIKE ATHLETIC SUPPORTS NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "BUSS" WEAVING, Prop. jj Wiiislow Court Tel. 889* 4 docs not nppca:- reasonable that any illegal operator could liave cor- norod over ten or 15 tickets, :ia- suminK he could do that. However, even a little speculation on high school games is too exten- i sivc. There is no reason why some j parasite should make a profit on all ; iho work that :vtis put into that zf- by students at the high school I and Director Foley. An illegitimate profit on the efforts of those fine kids who make up the high school squad is sonifi- | thirty which every resident of the ! borouph should be alert LO prevent. i One of the easiest ways to prevent I it is to refuse ;o pay more than the j price shown on the ticket. It is self j evident that removing the profi-L from speculation i;; to remove the reason for speculation, itself. J. Q. Him Final. Suy That puts the Issue right up to John Q. Spor-tsfan, If he's a real supporter of the high school, there can be no compromiee. He'll cither get his ticket from a legitimate outlet at the 'correct price or he .won't get a ticket. For it may be a case of "here we go again" as regards tickets for the New Britain game next Friday. Fans will recall that New Britain lost by two points In' a second, sudden deatl^ overtime period when :lic two teams 1 met 'last, and consequently, ticket demand may be almost as ffi-eat SB for the g-ame with LiCavenworth. So, resolve now to have nothing to do with a spectator, no matter what. You owe it : to the kids at the high school, and it's the least you can do for them, Willie Joyce,..037, Gary, Ind.. a:id Ernie Pen-one. K'.O, Philadelphia, fought a slam bang. 10-ronnd draw before 3,500 spectators at tho New Haven Arena lajt night. Other •bouts cr. the card resulted as follows: Dave Belitn, 320. Canton, O., Ue- cisioned Rocco (Rocky) Prograno, 127, Stamford, in the eight-round semi-final. Harry Deduck, 131, Jvnw York City, decisior.ccl Thompson Harman, 13-1, Nc\v York Ci'.y, six. Irifh Tommy Collins, 122, Boston, knocked out Joey Miles, ]2C, New York, in the first or a scheduled six rounder, and Bobby Bailoy, 150, New York Ci-ty, knocked out Mel Griffins,. 153. Greenwich, in (he- third 61 another listed four rounder, Mike Sharon Wins One-Ball Sweeps Mike Sharon with 2S1 was winner nt the one-ball sweepstakes at tho Tl &. M alleys Saturday. Over 70 bowloiis competed. Shuron rolled string's; of 70. 70, 73 and CS to run up Sccon clplaco "wer.-t to Stan Ostroski of Watcrbury with 2SO. Os- troskl cp.rded ."iB, 70, 7^. and 77 to oom^ within one pin of cfiualli.'i.^ Sharon's, effort. Jack 'Woods came in third with '72 which represented four strings of. 75, 64, 60 and 73 respectively. Bob Lawlor's 7S was good 'or high single. _. What may-mark a now trend in Merry Morticians, Hardware Kwicks Meet Tonight The mig-bty Merry Morticians will to!:e the floor at Columbus Hall tonight against the U. S. Hardware Kwiks of Waterbury playing the unaccustomed roll of u"derdo,crs is the second g-ame of. a double-header arranged by Promoter Joseph Finke. In the opener the St. Francis Rams will, place their unblemished record of five straight defeats up for improvement when they play Sullivan's Hot Wires five. Tho able Morticians hav« the weight of a pro football eleven but the ability of a prime prroup of -hoapster?, Their sisrtfnp; lineup, with \vcifr:-.ts, include: -Spec Shea 21] ; Ruards; Charley Finkc,'220.. at center; and Rius Woavin'ff, 245 and Eddie Nolde, 130, at the forward positions. Captain A T olde is- the leading point maker on the squad. The Kwiks, favored in the contest, have S-foot-S-inch Omar. Kilvoy at cente:'. Byrnes and OConnor ai. forwards, and LoRusso and. Mini-j oucci as -puarda. Joe Finkc ar.d Johnny -Morris a:-e eNpected to file brunt of (.he scoring burden for the Rams in the initial contest." while able opposition will be supplied by Center Billy Sullivan ;uid Guard Eu£one Massa on tho Hot Wires Jive. Dancing to recorded music will be held following" the games. The fh'H contest will' start at 7:30 o'clock. Pluir Rowley. 256, nt j pect" "vs."central.' Grammar School League Starts Second Round Th« Grammar School basketball league will start its second round tomorrow afternoon with Salem, undefeated in the first round, 'meeting Hop Brook. Other games carded pit Prospect' against St. Francis and St. Hedwig's against Central. The schedule for the second half follows: Jan. 15: Prospect vs. St. Francis; Salem vs. Hop Brook; St. Hedwig's vs. Central. Jan. 22: Hop Brook vs. St. Hedwig's; Salem v.s. Prospect; St. Francis vs. Central. Jon. 29: Salem vs St. Hedwig's: St Francie vs. Hop Brook; Pros- Central Beats Bluebirds, 28-20 Centra) Avenue cnnie from behind to defeat the Bluebirds, 28-20, in the preliminary to the Purple KnJRhts-Merideii Dcxtcrs game »t the Y recently. Piccoli and Cabral with* 30 poin-ts each were high men for the winners. The score: Central Avenue i Piccoli, If Serra Gabrielson, rf Tucker Cabral, c ....<. Folletl Engle, IK 2 Lawonski o Litke, rg .. -. 1 Totals 12 Bluebirds b B. Hudncr, If i A. Illes, rf 1 B. Garrick, c 2 J. Alegi, Ig 3 J. Tiles, rg o L. Ollero 1 f P 2 10 0 0 1 1 0 0 010 00 1 S 0 0 0 Z 4 28 Totals 8 420' Score at half time Bluebirds, 1510. Referee:-Walter PJogki. The federal bureau of printing and engraving was established 1874. Feb. 5: Central vs. Hop Brook; 5Ti, Hcdwig's vs. Prospect St.; Salem vs. St. Francis. Feb. 12: St. Francis vs. St. Hedwig's: Central vs. Salem; Hop Brook vs. Prospect. SALEM Today - Wed. - Thurs. boroufjh bowling competition was I effort from .-.'no distaff side. R & M Manager Ruccio announced yes- tei-day that four girl bowlers competed and Hint throe of them had better scors than £0 per cent of the male entries. MARSHALL READS HIS TAN' MAIL FAIJLS FROM TRESTLE In g-ood condition at St. Mary's ho.-jpitiil, • Watcrbury, whore he was admitted Saturday night is James ; McMahon, '17, of ' Waterbury, who ' fell from a railroad trestle in Nau- gnf.uck. He suffered 'a-, leg: frac- j ture and v/renched back: A cast j will bo placed on the ' lejf' today, | hospital oiricials- reported. i ALCAZAR — also — New March of Time, 'NOBODY'S CHILDREN' Today - Wed. - Thurs. Pcpri-Cola Company, Lotif laland City, N. Y. Franchised Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Bristol. Conn, WH118 VACATIONING.-at Waikiki. Hawaii, the newly-appointed 'Secretary of State, v Gen. George C...Marshall, manages to'find'.time to,'read. some congratujatory cables and letters. The five-star general is assisted' by bis 1 wUe, acting as hi* sccreUry. __. (InternotionorSoundphotoi "• My Darling Clementine Henry FONDA • Linda DARNELL Victor MATURE , with WALTER BRENNAN — TIM HOLT CATHY DOWNS . . Directed by JOHN FORD ' " Produced by SAMXJEf. G. ENGKL -2nd Hit- Thrilling Drama of ;the Underworld CRIMINAL COURT Tom Conway — Martha Driscoll , 1 t R B I! R V Loeuus POLI ,,i; '- ALSO HATEST :NE\V& », : WED.: Ingrid Bergman and Robert Montgomery in RAGE IN HEAVEN" plus "Fabulous Buxanne"

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