Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 18, 1947 · Page 6
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Saturday, January 18, 1947
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r , u;K ft-NAi-CATKCK NEWS (COXX.l. S.\TUR1>AY. JAN. IB. 1047 fQp SWIMMER By Jack Sords St. Mary's Jrs. Beat St. Francis In Overtime Game The St. Mary'.J Jrs. or<xt tho S; Francis -Irs. 31-2!) nt Columbus Ua!! ThurscUiy night in nno of the hardest foiiK-ht sanies played locally this season. The i;.imo went into the >-.<con<l ovoi'tirr* period before 1 the Pt. Mary's woro ablo to register ii win. The Contest w:is flose -ill ; ;no wnv. St. Francis loci nt the half, 10-9 The score at I ho end of reiju- :;ition time was 2-l-'.M. The score ,. t tho on'! f* r 'h« f'"^'. overtime period was 27-27. Summary: St. ,>l«r>'s -Irs. h f i) v, I f 0*1"" MnL'as"'- ................ 102 T. Sulliviiii, rf 'I 1 '•> Beauehmps, e f> 0 r I-:. Donnelly. \!', - ° '' ;Vnily " n fl Tlo.-nanofr, n,- 2 0 -I Taft 1 " - SI. Francis -Irs. Farrar Rabtoy, rf Currif-r. c White, \x Nixon. rK f P i : 0 (1 1 '.' o i .1 ." 2 1-1 Notre Dame Beats St. Mary's Team In Mixed League The nowly-formcd St, Francis' .\Ii.\ccl lMiiK"0 I;OL off to ,1>,' "tart Thursday rup;it with an almost perfect attendance. Members ropui'tucl thill the now loop, which Is one oC the largest mixed leiipuO'-: in the hor-ouKh, sivcs every indication of providing much enjoyable competition. First nisht bowling results Collow: Notre Dome heat St. Mary's two out. of three; Navy bcn.1 Army two out of 'thieo. Holy Cross took three from Fordhom. Catholic T-.'. beat Boston College three straight. | The second game between these I twn cnijod in ;i tie, but Cnth- I -jlic U w.-in the roll olT. The .-urconcl session will tnke place next Thured.iy on the Y alleys, Spec Shea Signs Wiih Yankees Fr;m!< "Spec" Shea of Cherry .trect. ror.'iiur Nuiigjituck High school [litctii-c. yesterday signed a nintr:i<:t with the Nuw York Yan- Ki'es. Spec svon in out of 20 gumes with the OaUlav.U team of the Pacific: Coast I-eagiH! lust summer urul won two more out of three in Tr.l.«ls II x -'•' Scon: ut hull' lime: Si. Kraneh' .If); St. Mary's f>. KAMHI.KI4S !.V ACTJO.V New Haven. Jim, Is -The New i Havi'O Uui'nl/lei'M m'-i't the t'hi'.a- | ilelphiii I'lixikots .'it llv Arena li'-i'e i t',morrow nij.'ht in their t'iftii jjnnn 1 i of the curren: A:iie:-i'::i:i r [orki.-y | l,t:i},'iiii serins in :i KMir. 1 sturlin;^ j nt 8:31). GOLDIE'S? Camera Shop t ] ... * i , .•Minrjij 1 , J « 17 Grand St., Wtby. Tel. ;V1«73 J FKKIJ'S IJI-WAY filill.I.I-: ( j 501 South Main St. j ] li'.'KUliii* I>siily DininT ."Me u]> i | A (,'iirtu Mi-nil I Spiidhclti Tfi Take <)::t j ' |{iifU|tirt IvuiiTii, Coektiill l.ouiiKc j ! 'Full l.i(|nor I.icciisr ) ; J ELECTRICAL j: { NEEDS J : I Elcctriu Appliance Co, ; j la-it liiiiiiwin st. 1 > ws.t. — T.'i. .i-i::i2 5 Rubber Badminton PIaysWaterbury Tlii> Nau;,'atuclt U. S, Tlubljer iliulmintiin group v/ill play the '.Vfifrbury Y.MCA Badminton club tunini row in VV'atevbui-y at fi:30. The LI, S, team will have Phillip Brown. Henry Cieslewski, Charles-: i\Vlch, Hui'ry Anderson, Edward D;-;ib, nnd Curl Toothaker. Tho iiiatcli will be in Class 'A' of the Connecticut .Badminton Associa- tiu.".. Purple Knights MeetTownies At Watertewn Th" !'n;a! P:::'pie K'nijrhts will i-nvi'l :•; \\'atf;-town tomorrow to lake on the \Vatertown-Oakville To'v:iii;s tca:>i at the \Vatortowi! sehool g.vm. The ICnighty who have won S a.nrl lost 2 so far 'his soaiioi! have high hopes of making it f! and 1 tomorrow. I'.Y IT»{/,;<" 1>E: The HAYSEEDERS I'OI.KA I JAN It NKVV MOIHOUN uilll Slevi- * I)ii;lil,v FRIDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS Restaurant 638 EAST MAIN ST. WATKKISUICV — 'IK I-. -l-i)H GET A JEEP WII,1.YS-(IVKKI.ASI> OmllT LIBERTY MOTORS, Inc. 'M lliirrlHiin Avenue lift IC<i-liini':i- I'lin-r. Wulrrburr •I'liune 8-H.10:: SUN. & MON, ONLY HE COULDN'T RESIST A PRETTY FACE... McNamee Takes High Score As Team Loses Jimmy of NY-URatuck cupturccl individual scoring honors with 10 points; nevertheless Bristol 'lofen.'fd th« local Y swimmers. 3729, Uist niKlH "t the Y pool. Summary: 120 yd. Medley Rclny — Bristol, Harris,' LeClnir and Fortier. Time: 1:111.2. 220 yd. Freestyle—McNamcc (N). Drezicki (E). Colem.-in (B). Time: '10 yd. Free Style—R. Fortier (E), White (N.i. Harris IE). Time: 21. Diving—Sullivan < N >. Tallinn (B), Piavn tN>. Points 13.S>1. 100 yd. Free Style—Kilputrick (B). Sullivan (N). PolsUi (B). Time: 1:01. 100 yd, Erenst Stroke— 'White (N). LoClan- ici), Shnnahan (N). Time: 1:"2. ICO vd. Eaciistroso--MoNamee (Ni. Tallion lE), Tyver (B). Time: 1:09.1. ISu yd. Free Relay—-Bris-tol, Pol- <ki, R. T'ciriii-r. I-TtKicki iinci Kilpatrick. Time: 1:25.1. Parthians, Persians Win In Y League The fifth session of the Nauft.i- luck YMCA [ntermediate basketball league was played yestei-day aftc'i-noon with a very close match bi.-lw'jon the Porthiuns and the Greeks with the Parthians finishing strong to take the game -17 to .1-1. In the second tjiimn th« Persians were too strong for the- Romans and won fiB to 3fi. Farrar had 10 points for the winners whil? Klonuske. with 10 and Bobby Mariano with 10 wore the losers be-sl. hot.' Next week's game on Friday will l)(!--2:-l") Greeks and the Persians and 3:30 the Parthians and th« Romans. Team StumlinK Won I^nst Parlhiar.s 4 i1 Greeks ^ • Romans - ;> Persians 1 '' SCHOLASTIC HASKKTUAI.r. Naugaluck [ifi, New Britain -l!j. Bristol S'l, Manchester IT. Morris 3'1, New Mi! ford 32. Thomns'.on 33. Terryville 2-1. Kegiona.1 tiO, Washington 29. Torrington -Ifi, Gilbert 23. Jesse Lee 30, Bethel 2(i. Litchlleld -!0, Oliver Wolcott 36. Haven 3H, Commercial 30. Hillhouse G'l. Hamden 3-1. Warren Harding 5G, Greenwich -12. Centrr.1 52, Danbury 28. Stamford -12, Fairdekl 33. 13assick flO. Norwalk 28. MilTord •!!). Lyman Hall -11. Norwich CO, Windham r>0. Stonington (Jf'i, Chapman '1'ech -IS. Piainlif.'kl 'IS, .Bacon 25. 13ai".lef; 37, Putnam 27. Killing-sly 00, Pitch 33. Oriswulcl 5K, Touetellotle :;(!. Mei'iden '12, Wilcox.Tcch 32. Lewis 30, Plainviile 27. Fnnnintjlon 01. ASD 33. Sufliold" 33, Portland 25. Rockvillc 38, Woodi-aw Wilson 36. Windsor -17. Wethersfiold 2(i. Fllsworih 37, Eloomfleld 31. Sheiton 3, r ), Derby 26. We wer 39, Dasl Hartford 34. Tinnfai'd 47. Eulkelej' -10. Midrflotown •_!§, William TTa'.I 33. SWIM MEET Storrs, Conn,, .Ian. 11 — CUP)— The L'niversiiy of Conneel i"iit s'-'i-v 1 - ming team seeks its first victory of the season this afternoun when it engages Wesleyan's unbeaten squad at Mildletown. The UCor.n poo'.nien dropped their opening ir-/>/-ij to Sprins-l'iek! and Brown while Weslcyan has copjied -two in u. i-ow at lliu expense of MIT and Coast Guard. Zephyrs Take On Hartford Pros; Morties In Prelim r Olto McCa.nn's Naugatuck Zeph- rs will rmioi. the sti-onf: Hnrtford •Tos tomorrow al'turnoon .it the acal Y, The Capitol City sqund vill rthov.' such pluyoi-s as Boris, •ml Leonard, forwards; Daikon, ;cn'.or; and Worobcl and Meade at ,'uards. The Zephyrs will draw from Yack- Dwsiti. Pistarelii, McDcrmott, Ed- nonds, Ryan, Reilly, Ruccio anil Neary. The preliminary to : !.his Kame .vl-.ich pits' Eddie Nokle's Merry Morticians against Sullivan's Hot Wires has attracted almost as much ntercst as the- main «'o. A recent challenge from the Post Office Spe- ial Delivery Bit,' Five which the Moil'ics accepted has attracted cori- .vldor.-iblc locui attention. Many fiiua will want to see the Morties in action Sunday before makinpf any predictions on the outcome of their •fame with the post office. Renaissance, Magner Guards Meet At Armory "Manowr Tom M«(rnor's Water- huiy Guards play host to the Ron- naissance BlfT Five, of Now Yorlt City tomorrow ni^h^ .M the Wo- tei'buj'y urmory. Coming of tho Rons hns al.trao.tffd considerable lo cal sinna Ihf New York five is one of the finest outfit.-; now playing pro basketball. The Sun Oil Co. Girls of Marcu,-; Nook, Pa., semi-finalists in the Eastern Industrial Easkntlsall tournament here last April, will face MfiT. Joe Bronnan's U. S. Time Corp. Jj-jssics in the opener at 7:30. ALCAZAR Sunday - Monday 9th V. HfNily Labrlola Sl.-iuffer rf Uscaklewlcx. c Tamsey ...... Jones lg ..... Marinno ...... J. Healy rg . Rnland . . . .±- • 'Petals New Brltiiln Strncsski If Bichun Wallace Moses I'f Dooman C«yl « Relsner Cosgrove lg Petrella Donlan ... rg ' b t p .317 .nil . G 4 1C nno 2 i ooo . 3 e 12 102 .3 C 1.2 0 1 1 18 20 56 ta f P 10 , r , 25 0 1 1 0 1 1 . 0 0 0 000 20 000 . 2 0 000 201 . 3 0 r, .000 Totals • J!) 7 -I. 1 ! Score at half time: Mew Hritain :',2; Naiig.'iludt 24 Pre-war wn:il .shipmnnis frorr Kaiilh America to Europe .toinl':(! 570 million ^innually. SALEM Sunday - Monday \(M[ CHAIN «»»WK ' fcwb, HENRY KINS fittest? tuann Motosca Also I "Football Highligrhts j of 1946" It*" GLORIOUS WEATHER BEATERS IN OVERCOATS THAT ARE BIGGER THAN WEATHER IN WARMTH WITHOUT BULK FABRICS. Precision built overcoats as Burberrys build them in London, and Rogers - Peet, Hickey - Freeman and Adler-Rochester build them in this country. Nothing left out that should be in—nothing in that should be left out — The choicest of British and American fabrics and best of British and American tailoring $50 to $100. Atlantic • Hi-Arc Gasoline for Quick Starting P O U S T' S SEUVICIS STATION 114 ItiiMicr Ave| Tel. M33 For A Snack, a Sandwich or a Full Meal, Try DUFFY'S Restaurant WATER STREET FUI-L I-IQL'OB LICENSE ftSfcL CONSTANCE MOORE ! TOflay: :I » NGER OIJS MILLIONS | ««•«« WILLIAM MARSHALL ! .. TIIE BANoir'and the I-AJIV- I Also •15LONOIK KNOWS JiKST" and "DA NG1CHO US IHJSIN ESS" SKATING Baummer's Field St, Rink Telephone 3501 COI-I.KfiK BASKKTBAI.r. Duque.-.-ne 59. John Carroll G'l, Akron HS, Wjostfii- 3-1. Furman !30, The Cibadel nl. M.irKhall Ti3, Xavier «. Florida -1S. Auburn 32. Morrison Field 52. U. of Tampa •12. Willimantic State Teachers Cfi, Morse Business College DO. I.nwrenco Tec'h 00, Rensselaor 4& Brooklyn Poly 615, Pratt 55. Alabama 42. GoorRia Tech 3S. Miami (Oxford O.) (10, Miami (Fia.) m. Navy Oil, Columbia 50. TIN'KIiK I.OSKS r.KO Joe Tinker, shortstop in the fnm- ous Tinker to Evers to Chance double play combination of 'the old time Chicago Cubs, lost his left leg in -. tv.-o - hour operation Thursday. The amputation was necessary because of n sj'itnfc'ronous condition which set in last October. [ SI'liCfAI. I,AKGIC ! UIKK ATHIJCTIC SUI'I'ORTS | NAUGATUCK SPORT i \ & AUTO SUPPLY J "IIUSS" WEAVING, I'rop. j { Wiiislaw Court 'J>l. 3H!M ' I'AKTS and SERVICE ON AM. MAKES OF CAKS B & M Motors, Inc. NuiiR-itiiuli's HudsiiM Agency General R(!p:iiriiiK- XO-K2 SOUTH MAIN ST.' EI.ECTUIC FUEF. I'UMI'S f<ir KITCMliN HA.NOKS FLOOR I'OLJSIIEK l-'OU KENT GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE ' ITS MAl'LE STREET (Across from City Bakery) Free llrlivcr.v Telephone 0(144 llr.-li. IVi. ,V Sul, Nilr- Hi Hat Restaurant .1S.V1S!) No. Main St. IVilliTlmr.v Established 1870 Fully Gunmntood \RE YOUR SAVINGS INSURED? VF-: Ml €lfj>o«I«»» in tl t'li,^ SuviiiKs Banks' ncollmt, Incorporalccl. VF-: Ml €lfj>o«I«»» in tllis h:<Ilk ar '' 'li,^ SuviiiKs Banks' I)«-|>OKlt Guaranty Fund <.f Con- vilWfflillSfc * > S^ v ^ EJff ®ft - BAJHIK - s GUS SMOKE SHOP \ 402 North Main SI. Union City j j Gus KliinasKCWski, I'rop. » ..j-:r. Ariirr-AXES J HALF 1'KICK > CARS CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 248 BRTOGK ST. TEL. 4890 Mr-Mi I,LAN MOTOB 'II1.S PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R & M ALLEYS !»,-) MAl'LE STKEET STARS OVER TEXAS with Eddie Dean LAST DAY • MY IIABMNG CLKMCNTIXE |)l»s CRIIMIXAL COURT Ask the limn who's been thero 21 CLUB .'{S.1 BANK STRET5T — WATERBURV OI'EN DAILY 5 I 1 . M. to 1 A. M. Except Mondays SUNDAYS 12 NOON TO 9 P. M. Waterbury's Only Exclusive SUPPER CLUB Specializing in • Steaks • Chops • Lobsters and the Finest Entertainment in Town EDDIEYOUNG Wo Also Cuter to I'rlvnte Parties Weddings, Stags, Showers, Etc. I'miuliir Sillier nr Smnrt SHIIKK I'urkliiK rui'illtli-s for Soil nirx. ttrt'ft f'roin u .vt'i'k in-rrormiinc'c \l-fllll, NP\V II» i-'iirttHTly of tti<* .-.iillnni. l.onilnn {i-liiutnt 1'la/H. X. YES! ! WE HAVE SCOTCHES J. K. STORES CUT UATK. I.1QUOUS, WINKS, IJKKRS Free Delivery Anywlit-rc ii) Borough 300 No. Main St. Tnl. -I!)T!> TODAY-SAT SUM Highland Package Store •13 Ilicliland Av.-. — Tfl. :W3 AiKliony Farrar, J'ro|). FK1C1-: IJKLIVEUY All Parts of Na WHITE FISH MARKET JOSKl'll CAERAL, I'rop 8 South Main St. -Tel.-SiMM SALT and FKKSI1 WATER FfSIl of AM. KINDS FOR SALE Ten room IIOUKC, 5 room* 'If* floor, S rooms tiocond floor, I bulh-rooni*. hot ulr funmoe, electricity, 2 car RnriiRe. Formerly S tcncmwt noil* «nd owner will n>-con»-crt lo 1 tenements nnJ give ImmedUM occupancy to first floor. Located oaift uld« of Iflwn mt may Itc |ii»tpcc»<?d In afternoon. F.W.EATON Room 9 Neary Building Church Street DS TUY CI.ASSIFIKD Al>8 She married him because she loved his mother! That was her firs! mistake — lK'caiisi> he w:»s slowly K'>i''K' niiiil! !' MGM U15-l'ltKSKXTS Ingrid BERGMAN Robert xMONTGOMERY -RAGE IN HEAVEN With GI,Oi:r,K SANDKRS, 1.UCII.LK WATSON, OSCAK UOMOUv.-V -2nd Hit- BARBARA BRITTON and RUDY VALLEE in "FABULOUS SUZANNE" ATTENTION — TRUCK OWNERS! On our hilly icy roads, it is necessary that your trucks be equipped with good chains to do their work safely. We have in stock the following sizes of these hard-to-get accessories available in limited quantity: Truck Chains ; 6.50-20, 32x6 Single Pneumatic 7.00-20, 32x6 Dual Pneumatic 7.50-20, 34 x 7 Dual Pneumatic 8.25-20 Dual Pneumatic Cross Links 7.00-7.50 Single Pneumatic 7.00-7.50 Duel Pneumatic We have a supply of Truck Chain Spreaders and Truck End Hooks for chain repairs. Also — For Your Passenger Car Mud hooks for 6.75-7.00-7.50 tires and chain spreaders. The Naugatuck Fuel Company 87 CHURCH ST. PHONE Try NEWS Want Ads—they bring

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