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ATTENTION COME ONK—COME ALL TO A JAM SESSION AT Whitey Stewart's 1!»7 NO.UTII MAIN ST. Wiilvrliury Opiionlli; l.itkrwood 1'iirk TONIGHT Friitnrlntt "THE FOUR NOTES" SrnsiiMmial Now DANCE BAND All Mii.-iciiniH Invited UrlriK Your Instrunu-nt. NO COVER CHARGE PAINT HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ETC, Free Delivery PtilLCO Morts Beat Hardware Kwicks With Last-Minute Drive Strong Finish Enables Buckmiller Boys To KeejS Record Unsullied The Merry Morticians Inst nigiht upset the predictions of prc-fiamo dopDstcrs :>y defeating tno U. S. Hardware Kwiks of Waterbury. .14-10, in the feature .game at Calumbus Hnll, In the first contest of the evening the St. Francis Rams suffered their upteenth loss (we've lost count) of the season, bowing to Sullivan's Hot Wires, 44-29. The Mortics were at full strength n winning this contest, during which they led all of the way. JumpinK off to a 17 point lead in the initial period the victory ap- nca-c'l a forcRone conclusion, but then Kilroy and his cohorts began to click. With Vln Petteway, Crosby Hiph star of lasi year loadmc the way the Kwiks narrowed the margin to 11 points before the second period ended. Tic Kwiks further narrowed the margin during the final pm-iocls but a last minute drls'e 'by tho Mortios gave the locals their second win without a defeat. Nolde was high scorer for the victors with 12, whilo Weaving and Rowley contributed 10 and nir.e respectively. Clng-horii played the best floor same of the evening. Byrnes was high scoi-cr for the Kwiks with ten points, while Petteway and Kilroy were just behind him with eipht apiece. Bud, Fruin took high-scoring honors for the evening in the opening contest, scoring 19 points for the Sullivan's Hot Wires combine as t-hoy smothered the St. Francis' Rams under n 44 point avalanche. Charley Finite, with nine, also excelled for the Wires five. Morris np.cl Eorgnis shared high-scoring honors for the Rams with eight apiece. Joe Finke played an excellent floor game. The Morticians will meet t-ho Hot Wires Sunday in >a Prelim game at the Y in an engagement that is expected to be one of the better contests of the season. Morticians Nolde, If 5 2 12 Smith 1 0 2 Fitzpatrick 0 0 0 Claghorn. ; C. Finkc . J. Finite Weaving, C Schmelckc ^hcn. Icr Gormley .. . Rowley, rg Currier 0 1 ] 0 C 2 10 0 0 2 C 0 0 1 9 0 0 17 12 Ivwlk.s Connor, If f P 0 2 1 3 0 10 0 C 0 5 0 0 Byrnes, rf 5 Poznuto 0 i<llroy, c •! Tulncro 0 Minicucci, 1^: . . . , , 1 0 2 Mcirinnra 1 0 2 La Rucco, t-j-r 2 0 -1 Petteway 2 •! 'S Totals 17 S -10 Score at half time: 22-11, Morli- ciano. Referee, J. Healy. Umpire, V. Healy. .Scorer, Walsh. Timekeeper, Mascola. Hot Wires b Murphy. If 2 G. M'cCann, rf 2 Fox 1 C. Finke, c 4 J. Sullivan 1 R, Sulilvan, Ig 2 Fruin, rg 8 f P 0 -1 0 4 0 2 1 f 0 2 0 4 3 19 Says Coach Paid Every Two Weeks William Karaban was paid, every two weeks while serving as football coach of the high school; a.c- cording to information received by The NEWS this morning. Checking on report* that Karaban .had received a chock for $300, a NEWS reporter aslced Supt. of Schools Harold E. Chittondcn this morning whether Karaban had been paid in a lump sum or otherwise. "All employes of the school department, from the lowest to the highest are paid every two weeks," Supt. Chittcnden replied. "There :iro no exceptions." Mr. Karaban claims he was assured ?500 for the season, but only received $300. Tragopan Pheasant Intrigues Keepers Philadelphia [U P) —Keepers at .he PhiladelpHia zoo gathered around when the express man brought a shipment of 10 unusual birds and a brace of crocodiles. Included among- the new arrivals were a brightly colored male satyr hrapopnn pheo.sant and a male im- peyan pheasant, Most comical and tamo of the •ot was a younj? pied hornbill, a bird of crow size with a huge bill nnd helmet-like casque on top of its head. CALLS IT i QUITS Mauriello Signs For Stecond Bout Newark, N. J., Jan. 15—CUP)—j '•Jeavywcipht Tami Maurielro ot| "^""i-i^comcback' The second round of -the Gram- anothcr crack at! mar School basketball league will j get underway this afternoon at : :hc Grammar School Second Round Starts Today tr.iil leadinB to loo Louis' title. I^FiuricU'3 will meet Freddio I high Schotf of Akron, O., in Newark, on I Hop B ,. ook; Feb. 5n. In his first bout since | i? rn nfi- -i- losing to Louis, the chubby Mauri- e "" l " u "-'°___' ' olio won a one-round kayo over vhamus O'Brien at Ghicapo, SCHOLASTIC BASKETBALL Stoniniiton 56, Norwich 51. N. L,. Bulkeley 52, Chapman Tech 32. Griswold 57, Marianapolis 56. • Admiral Billard 50, R. E. Fitch 32. N. L. Junior College 50, Hillyer Jr. College 31. Ansonia 'Li. Commercial 32. Hillhonse 45. New Britain 30. Weaver '30, Manchester SO. Middletnwn 62, Wethersflold 27. EloomfitMd .-12, Windsor Locks 34. Glastonbury 68, SuIHcld -10. Plairsville 6D, Berlin 35 . Old Saybrook 33, Pratt 14. Sncrcd Hearts 40, Wood:-ow Wilson 38. West Haven 57. Wilcox Tech 3S. Tcrryvillc 69, Litchneld 23. Regional 52, Morris 23. Totals 20 4 44 Hums b . .' ..... 4 ....... 1 ....... 0 ........ 0 J, Finke ................... 1 Borgnia, Ij; ................ 2 T. McCann, rg ............ 3 Morris, If LnFontaine, rf Smit.h, c Brazil COLT-EGE BASKETBALL Long Island -16, St. Louis 44. Holy Cross 76, Valparaiso 49. Boston College 74, Andrews Legion 30. Notre Dame 74, Michigan State 56. Princeton 45, Harvard 35. North Carolina 00, New York U. 48. Springfield 01. Mass. State 05. school v.'ith Salem meot-np; Prospect lakim: on incl St. Kedwis's (;oin^ up against Ccntrnl. The hint ae:;sion of this round \vi!l bo played on Fob. 12. TOPPING TAKES PAIITNEBS New York. J»n. 15 —(UP) — President EKin Topping- ot the New Yorlc football Yankees, reveals that he has taken two partners into his Ail-America Conference venture, Topping's new associates are Larry MacPhaii and Del Webb — :ilso owners of the bnscbu.ll Yankees. According to Topping, MacPhail and Webb have bought cqiial shares in the Yankee football team. Bill's Danbury Hatter 57 SOUTH MAIN ST. W:n. Mariano, Prop. Men's Hats Clo-.ineil, Blocked Fuctory Methods NEW HATS FOK SALE Hats Mudo to Order .1. DODGE Hotclikiss St. Garage 47 IIOTCHKISS STBEET Tel. 5727 . MAZ1LAUSKAS. Prop. SALES — SERVICE Vels Meet E. M. I. In Dusty Session At Y Tonight The second session in the NaujM- tuch Industrial 12-week basket-ball campaign v.-ill take place at the V this evcnintr with the Hiffh School Vets rr.octir.fr the Eastern M:il!C!«ble Iron team nt 7:30 o'clock. Manascr Armand Fratesl predicts viciory for the Vets who dropped 11 thrillinpr one-point, contest in the lencuc opener last week. The U. S. Kcds meet the Chemical in the other game of the eve- nir,-. Naugy Meets New Britain Friday; Crosby, Saturday Of £ Kddic Compo, New Haven featherweight, won an eight round decision -over Eddie Smith of New York at the Hartford' Auditorium last night. The decision was greet-, with a loud outburst Of boos. In other bouts on the card, Carey Mace 144 3-2, Hartford (Hopped Charley Flnlcy, 146 1-2, New York, ip the third round ol a scheduled •six Wally Demaio, 149, Brooklyn, won ft six round decision, over Tommy Mack, 146, Springfield. Johnny Bell, 145, New Britain, floored Snmmy Walker, 144 1-2, the fourth and fifth' and went on to win a- six round decision. Joey, Angela, 125 J--2. Water-bury, stopped Walter Haines, 124, Springfield, in -a second of a scheduled four. Princeton's basketball team downed Harvard 45-3!) in a game at the Boston garden last night. Holy Cross won the other grime on the program by belting Valparaiso university 7G-49. The 1947 Navy-Notro Dame football game may be played in the Yankee stadium according to a report printed by the Washington (D. C.) Post. Babe Ruth spent a. "very good clay- yesterday, authorities at French Hospital reported. • Beau Jock! former lightweight -hampion. and Tony Janiro, -welterweight of Youngstown, Ohio, will meet in a 10 rounder at Madison Square Garden, Feb. 21, ii was announced. Greyhounds Should Takt Both Contests; Although New Britain Oame May | Be Hard Fight I The Naugaluck Hish school Or»y. hounds meet the New Britain High. school br-skeleeni it the Waterbury armory Friday evcnlnjf in a gam* which should be fairly cloie, but j which Naugatuck should win. New Britain ha.s lost five out of nine games played while the Orcyhoundi have lost but two out of ten. . I Earrlicr in the season Naug»- ( ;-,ick was forced into a second overtime period to beat New Britain by two points. However, ih»t game was played on the New Britain home court, and many ob»«rv. crs do not expect the Hardw4r» City combine to put up any iueh battle against the Greyhounds on Uie armory court. New Britain haa beaten Wett Haven, New Haven Commcrcitl, Weaver High, and Goodwin Tech, They have lost to Hartford Buckley, Torrington, Naugatuck an4' twice to Hillhc-usc, the second los» being 4S-39 defeat adminiitorcd last night. The Greyhounds .will be in action on Saturday also. They meet Cro»by High of Walerbury, a traditional rival, at the armory. The guai is part of a double header which pits Lcavonworth against Ansoni* in the other contest. Crosby ost to Wilby last Saturday, a team which Naugatuck bt*t 60-33, .earlier in the season. A person weighing 100 pounds on the earth would weigh only 3& pounds on Mars, but would increaic in weight to 316 pounds on thcplir.- et Jupitcre. Wyoming contains 1,600,000 acres of government-owned land, called "primitive areas" through which no roads can be built FOR A CAB TEL. 5285 DAY or NIGHT Independent Cab Co. 100 South Main St. An fi.Vi.rnKC rubber tree yields about ten pounds of rubber a year. GOLDIE'S f Damera Shop I Federal, Sunray, J Dcjur, Kcyzcr } 17 Grand St.. Wtny. Tel. 5-1875 . *+**+++*++• SKATING Baummer's Field St. Rink Telephone 3501 11 7 29 21-12, Hot Totals Score at half time Wires. Rcferic, V. Healy. Umpire, J. Healy. Scorer: Currier. Timekeeper, Mascola. CANS, Inc. Maple Street Tel. 3507 Grand Coulee Dam Called Bargain Grand Coulee, Wash. (UP)—Rates for Irrigation on the million-acre Columbia basin project have been called a bargain by Solomon Grax- owsky, civil engineer from Tel- Aviv, Palestine, who made r.n odl- cinl inspection tour of the area. Grnzowsky said the average irrigation cost of $2.28 per acre could not be approached in his country, where 150.000 acres are under irrigation and an additional 000,000 acres contemplated. INVESTIGATION Albany, N. Y., Jan. IS—A rosolu- lion oilllr.K Tor an investigation into amateur and professional sports in Ncu' York has been introduced into the state legislature. The resolution calls for an investigation because of what- it calls "the evils nnd.' corrupt practices" in New York sport events. ' - 1 CLOSED All Dixy \Vinlncsd:i,v Due to Death of Win. C. McGnirc 3 & M Motors, Inc. General Repairing 80-82 SOTJTIf TW^ix ST. . Tel. 6141 *~ If You Want to Buy. or Sell REAL ESTATE See "TonjrJ 1 Parrar Tel. 4233 SPECIAL LARGE BIKE ATHLETIC SUPPORTS NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY "BUSS" WEAVING, Prop. Wir.slow Court ' Tel. 3394 ALCAZAR TRY Nisws WANT ADS TcL M91 413 No. Main St. Union City Store Open Friday Nljrht Until !> O'Clook FRIDAY-SAT-SUN «JAN MURRA tf Today - Thursday OHTAIHES-PAT till L8.CO ^^BWQBI^B^BN^P tftM • "testa CHILf'KOBIHSOH ELECTRIC IRONS $2.95 WEISS': -•;' Ben Franklin Store 152 CHURCH. STBEET CHAPEL ELECTRIC COMPANY IN NEW QUARTERS SALEM 28 CHURCH STREET Tel. 2219 — RADIOS — — PHONOGRAPHS — Radio - phono Combinations Today • Thursday . RADIO REPAIR SERVICE. TRY CLASSIFIED ADS AtfWUNKt «"»=• J»>J>™»™"s - <S tebrttyitt* srmnet tor , , £ j$»iM^i*i«!^ '*? 0 ^ •" . £Z 832 WORTH MAIN ST TTHlhn City - Tel. 5888 CKRDAN VS. SCOTCH CHAMP London, Jan. 35 —(UP)— The French middleweight champion — Mnrccl Cordan — will moot Bert Gilroy, the Scotch champ, in London on Feb. llth. -Cerdan and Gil- i-oy have agreed to 'a 10-round .bout. now 4 MORE DAYS ThrUling. Fiery. Exdting HENRY LINDA FONDA - DARNELL Victor MATURE Pni* "CRIMINAL COURT" with Tom Conway Martha O'Drlscoll Walter BMENNAN .Cathy DOWNS Tim HOLT She married him because she loved his mother! That was her first mistake - because he was slowly MGM RE-PRESENTS Ingrid BERGMAN Robert MONTGOMERY "RAGE IN HEAVEN" With GEORGE SANDERS, LCCILI-E WATSON, OSCAR HOMOLItt niad: !' -2nd Hit- BARBARA BRITTON and RUDY VALLEE in "FABULOUS SUZANNE" _ V%.i.TlKBUKT ••MMW • LOEUUS PQLI NOW • .—. also . ~ New'MaJch of Time,". 'NOBODY'S CHILDREN' 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. : '"Scrvlnr Throujfh Science" ' ' • • Naugatuck Footwear Plant Nausratuck

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