Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 16, 1947 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, January 16, 1947
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JV4OE 6—NAUOATtJCK NEWS (CONN,), THURSDAY, JAN. 10. 1947 GOLDIE'S Camera Shop Federal, Sunray, Dcjur. Koyxcr 17 Grand St., Wlby. Tel. B-187Q FRED'S HI-WAY GIUJLLE SOI South Muln St. Regular Dally Dinner 50e up A Lu Cnrtn Menu Spaghetti To TuUo Out Banquet Room, Cocktail Loungi' Full Liquor License ELECTRICAL NEEDS Electric Appliance Co. 124<l Baldwin St. Wilt. — Tel. 4-4313 w« like to make loans The ninrr tlmrH we xuv "Yc»" tllr im>r«« iHiftliirMH vvr tlu. Thrrororp, If you nwil r.xtm I-IIN)!—.vim mil (jpprjiil im mir |I<>||IK tPIIF Itl-Kt 111 HH.V 'V.H" til .VIMI. IrfinnN inuM* on Hlirnnhiroi* nlonp. A Imin <>l Slot) ram* »:,'().(Id whrn iinumillj- rpimlil In is niimllily cimnrciillvv tu.xtiill- inrnln of HO.05 each, Ditn't borrow niinrrONNiirlly, lint If you mM'il it ionn Klvo u* u ehtutvv t« «rtj- "Yi'»" won't ,v»ii? .lunt nun* In or iilione. I.oiinn S10 In MOO. I.onn.t -mlijpct to Iti'K. 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(M41 ; CARS WINTERISED CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 2-18 BRIDGE ST. TEL. 4390 MOToit PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R & M ALLEYS IS5 MAPLE STKEET FOR YOUR FAMILY NEEDS!! NAT'S 410 Nortli Main St. Union City TEL. 613« MEN'S iind WOMEN'S SHOE SKATES (InclmlliiK White Shoe Sktitn.s for U'oincn) Boys' Hockey Skates ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE SO SfOJ/TII MAIN ST. TEL. 6162 oooa. Com;iloti' Line of CARMOTE PAINTS for Interior ;mtl exterior uses Attention individuals and paint contractors Union City Hardware BfM N. MAIN ST. Union City M, Itatkiuwlch, Prop. W. -J. Stokes, Mtfr. Zephyrs Travel To Bristol, Meet Tramps Managci- Otto McCann's Naugi- tuck Zephyrs travel to Bristol to- ri Iftlit to meet .the State Leaguo Bristol Tramps, recent conquerors of Tom Manger's Watcrbury Guards. Manager McCann predicts that the JJcphyrs will topple the Tramps to provide the biggest sports upset of the yeiuv.All players arc requested to meet in front of the local Y at 7 o'clock this evening. The. Zephyrs will meet the Hartford Pros Sunday afternoon at the local Y. Tlic Pros have n strong squad which shows Boris and Leonard at forwards, Dnikon at center, and Worobei and Mcadc at guards. The Merry Morticians and the Sullivan Hot Wires will play the preliminary. E.M.I. Besits Hith School Vets In Dusty League Feature G. I.'s Hold Lead At Half Time, But Malleable Comeback Ekes Out Eight Point Win , •-,-.( f Eastern Malleable Iron .had, ; to-, come from behind, .to beat thai, strong High School ...Vets tn:v..thc{: feature game ..of a ..Cuaty. leaguft double header last night at the Y., Although the Veta.held a 17-14 lead at the half, the Iron men spurted in the second half to finish 1 the jit By TOM EGAN Garnet TacHcs Two Valley Rivals Tomorrow, Saturday Why Not Rambunctious Richie Roland has The Naugatuck. High. .,.. ketball team will meet two Valley league rivals on'-. successive", nights nt the Wntorbury armory this; wock. They meet New Britain on Friday and Crosby 'on Saturday. 'New Brlt-iln hag won four and 2 lost five. They beat West Haven, ' New Haven Commercial, Weaver,, i land Goodwin Tech. They' lost to I Hartford Buckley, Hillhousc twice, Torrington and to Naugatuck. Thc 'loss to Naugatuck was by two Local in this tuislc. Manager Nolde Disclaims, A»i* r VaannmaihiHtv VnY Me Tor *"? helirf atl »<*« or Any Responsimuiy ror llke thttt mty , u(ke ^ Undelivered Mail On Day Following- Contest By OSCAR SHROUD Thc Merry Morticians basketball team, one of thc bet* «cmi-pro outfits In this area, today accepted thc challenge of thc Port Office five coached by Ed McCarthy. Purple Knights Meet Athletic Club At New iMiiford The Nfiujsatuck Purple Knights will go after their 10th victory of the season tonight when the charges of Conch Cliff Swirski Irnvnl to New Milford to oppose the Athletic Club at th™ high school gym thi.'i'c. This contctit will mark the first of a series of games in which tlicse formidable rivals will meet in :thle year. Sunday the Knights will again t.ike to the road as a long scheduled contest with the Watortown- Oakville vets will bo played off on that date. The locals swept ' boih "nds of a home and home, series from the Vets last Bcagon nntl are Trtifident that they will continue their jinx over tho l:ids from up the river. HARTFORD 1JOY HONOR-HI) State College. Miss., Jan. 16—(UP) —A 225-pound tackle from Hartford. Conn., Al Sidorik. hns been elected alternate captain of .;;-.e 19-17 Rli"j- sissippi State football team. Sid- orik, who is a Junior, was named on the United Press All-Southeastern conference 1 team.. ' ..-.'. ; SALEM Friday • Saturday m P MIUIONS \ i ASalM.I Witirt by Wtli Ctntunr-Fw Also "The Bandit and the Lady" Today "ANGIiX ON MY SHOULDER" and MARCH OF TIME to 5TRHI1D >NOUf 2nd BIC WEEK Henry FONDA Linda DARNELL Victor MATURE mv DBRimc game winner by a 39-31 score. Graz- i on tored 'the ranks of the thinkers, dowskl of the Vets got 15 points , Ri cnar d wants to know why, ,lf the wliiuh equalled a similar effort by I hlRh school varsity Is called the T. Edmonds of the Kcds to tie for Greyhounds, the Junior varsity is scoring honors of the evening. | no t known as the Grcypups. Finke"with 10 points was high scor- I Buttle of the GltMitB ! points on tho New Britain court, j ' Mn . n ager Nolde stated thit the The Greyhounds were forced into aj p os t men arc all middle aged men second overtime period to win. j >. v ho haven't any right lo challenge Crosbv has won three and lost j a c | u () uj{ C the Morticians who four. They beat-Sacred Heart, the j ,, ayc 8Ucn youthful stars as Paul Alumn! and West Haven, They ] Buckmiller. Lou Buckmillcr. etc. cr for the Iron. The U. S., Keds had little 'trouble with the Naugatuck Chemical in the other game played, winning-, 58-33. Edmonds with 15 points and 0 10 i Farrar with 14 held scoring honors for thc Kcds. The scores: Eastern Malleable Iron b Ohonko, If 2 Flnkc, rf. 5 Dolaney . .• 2 Hook ins. c 0 Lcinwcber 2 Swiderski, \g 0 Dcholory 0 F. Wojack, rg 1 Elsewhere on tins page is a story to the effect that the Merry Morticians basketball team will accept .the Post Office defy. If the match 'between these ; two teams becomes , Since he has an open date, however, Manager Nolde staled that Totals ........... . ..... 18 3 39 High School Vets b f p Gnazdowski. If ........... 7 Koxcn ..................... 0 Tangradi, rf .............. 1 P. Aordkian ............... 0 Lent, c .................... 2 Brodie ..................... 0 Meyers, Ig ........ : ....... 0 W. McDcrmott ............ 0 A.quavia, rg ............... 1 Eogis . . .............. ..... 2 1 1<> 0 " 1 3 0 0 1 5 Totals .................. 13 5 31 Score at half time: H. S. V«ts, 17 to .1-1. Four iO-minute periods. Referee: Wm. Plikaltls. Timer: Roger Currier. Scorer: Chas, Taft. U. S. Kcdo Furs. If Enslie 2 0 4 T. Edmonds, rf 7 1 15 Gibson 1 Farrar, c 5 Fruin 0 Peterson, lg 1 Yaclcowski, rg 4 Totals 20 Naug. Chemical b Hasty ..................... 0 J. Dunn, If ................ 3 Booth ..................... 0 Galesld ................... 2 Churchill, r£ .............. 1 reality local basketball fans can look for thc greatest total of avoirdupois in motion since thc days of the thundering herd. Which brings up this problem. How is even a Bln- ; gle spectator to fit into a hall 1 5 I where players of such size as Russ 1 13 ! Weaving and Pug Rowley oppose 2 J i .such players as Bill Benson and Buddy Stibcr? Y Volleyball Team Plays Bristol Here Saturday Afternoon The Nauijatuclc YMCA Volleyball team will play the Bristol Boys' Club this Saturday afternoon at 2:00 at the Y floor. "Stretch" Murphy, secretary of thc Bristol Boys' club, measures 6 foot 7 inches and is one r>f the leading spikers for his team. '.They ore rated one of the best teams in Connecticut and are out .to upset JVaugrntuck's winning streak for this year, as Naugatuck .'Jia? not lost a match in two years. George Holloway, Elton Abramson, Fred Baker and Car] Hasscll >vill form the team's spikcrs, while Gordon -Whittakcr, Selwyn Mather, and Feliix Zebrakus will be thc setup men. Edgar Wyatt will officiate the games. Is'augatuck's next State volley ball match will be against Hartford in Hartford, Fub. 1st. A volley ball tournament is beinc organized by the Bristol Boys' Club in thc near future and Naugatuck has been invited to participate. lost to Torrlngton, Hartford Pub Jlc, Wilby and Bristol. ._„ _.._„_. Naugatuck has won eight and | (he Mortics would agree to nil In lost two. They beat Oliver Wolcott with the Post Office, .because the Tech, New Britain, Trinity Boys Club, Seymour twice, Wllby, thc Alumni, and Ansonia. They lost lo the West Point Plebes and Leavenworth. Tickets for thc New Britain ,,jme wont on sale last night at Olson's Drug on Church street, thc Naugatuck Drug on North Main and Gus' Smoke Shop on Norts Main. 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 0-1 f p 1 11 0 2 4 14 0 0 0 2 2 10 8 58 f P 0 O 0 6 Skip ...................... 1 McDcrmott, Ig ............ 1 A. Ratywich . ............. 1 F 1 . Edmonds, rg ............ 2 Bruce ..................... 0 Uraska. .................... 0 • The ArcHc clrcln \yas -'Imt reached by a Greek explorer, Pylhras, who Bailed from Marseille in -325 BC. An elephant's trunk contains about 40,000 Individual muscles. ALCAZAR TODAY "LITTLE MISS BIG" Friday - Saturday "Blondie Knows Best" and 'Dangerous Business' , . practice would enable' the. ; clans to ready themselves for' their next game with a fast semi-pro club from Massachusetts. The Morlic«' management wishes to have this linown. Manager Nolde said: They are not responsi- ure now waiting for th« posUnen to acknowledge thin acceptance," ManaKer Nolde tuttt, "VVe should also like to take Uli opportunity to notify the people «( NnuKBtuek that the Mortlclkni cimnot accept, renponslbility for mall not delivered on the d»y f 0 l- lowing the gamt." SIGN CONTRACT Mlddlctown, Conn.', Jan. ' — Two WeBleyan' football Man _ )1 guard Burt Vitndcr Clutc and ccn- tcr Jack Mcdd — have signed contracts with the National leifue Pittsburgh Stcclcrs for the IH7 season. Each will receive $3500 for thc year. INDIANS SIGN GORDON Portland, Oregon, Jan. 16—(UP) —Second Baseman Joe Gordon, the boy who played in five world series during seven seasons with the New York Yankees, has signed a 1B4T contract with the Cleveland In. She married him because .she loved his mother! That wn« her flrnt mlHtakc — because he WHH Mowly going mad!!' MGM RE-PRESENTS Ingrid BERGMAN Robert MONTGOMERY "RAGE IN HEAVEN" With GEORGE SANDERS, LUCILLE W.VTSON. OSCAR HOMOLKA -2nd Hit- BARBARA BRITTON and RUDY VALLBE in "FABULOUS SUZANNE" Loeuis POLI NOW Totals 12 9 33 Score at half time: U. S., 27 to 13. Time: Four 10-minute periods. Referee: Wm. Plilcaitis. Scorer: Chas. Taft, Timer: Roger Currier. I'AINT HARDWARE HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES ETC. Free Delivery CANS, Inc. Maple Street Tel. 3507 EMERSON 3-WAY PORTABLE RADIO of diirublc mntrtl with precision dliil . . . Sturdy, weatherproof mid powerful for all conditions nf truvi-1 and outings. SM.83 Less Buttorlrs Buttery, AC., DC. ... Overall Etisy Tfrms $1.25 Weekly ToL &1B1 41S No. Main St. Union City Store Open Friday Night IJntll 0 O'clock SCHOLASTIC BASKETBALL, Gunnery 61. Berkshire 30. Taft 4;;, Choatc 32. j Westminster 36, Loomis S4. St. Thomas T>3, A. S. D. 45, Bristol 47, Crosby 36. Pomfret 37, Putnam 26. Putnam Tech 47, Nichols Jr. College 29. Mai-ianapolis 42, Worcester Acad;my 35. , •• ' bethel 38, Woodbury 26. Lcavenworth 43, Stratford 22.:; Enllcld 48, Killingsly' 30. / Central 40, Roger"Ludlowe 25. ; Hiirtford Public 50, East Hartford Of), Cheney Tech 7. Westminster 3C, Loomis 24. Goodwin Tech Cli, Woloott Tech 8. tsimobuvy 33, ID.tst Hampton 31. COLLKGK BASKETIIALL Navy 71, Gettysburg 39. Anrw '>it, V/illiams 50. Y.-ilo Jayvees 42, Columbia Jay- vccs 41. Columbia 0, Yale. 39. Carnegie Tech 51, Case 43, R. I. State 86, Brown 71. N. C. State 69, Clemson 2). ATTENTION COIMI; ONI';— COM K ALL TO A JAM SESSION AT Whitey Stewart's WALTER BRSNNAN 2od HIT 'CRIMINAL COURT •/»»*• OWMJCOU SDNDAY lowiir i fBplf OIAN IAVAOI t 'ITDftS UDY CHASER'! RVEIi TIMS If) 1 7 NO.UTH MAIN ST. \V:;terhiir,v l-iiltov/ood Park TONIGHT THIS FOUR NOTES" Nnw DANCE BAND All Musicians Invited InHtrimirnt. NO COVKR CIIAUGE FRIDAY-SAT-SUN Now Available O'CLOCK • . - • . ST. MARY'S HALL MURRAY . 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