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PAGE •—NAVtTM-tJCK NEWS (CONN.). MONDAY. JAN, SO. 1947 Local Y Volleyball Team Beats Bristol The Nnucattick YAICA Stnto volleyball team kept their winning .ttrenk Intnct by dcfutitinp the sti-oiiR- Bristol BO.VM Club, three out of five KnniCH played nt tho Y Snt- urdny. Nm>'.fatiicl< won tho first giinin 15 to 12. but Bristol, with 6-foot-IJ "Stretch" Murphy, general Hccrotrxfy of the Boy'st Club, cunio through with soinu wonderful nplkc.M und won the aecdtul, IS to 13. NuuKtUuck nfjnln put on n bnrrnKR with Nutiomil Splkcr George Tlollo-.vay and Felix XK- brnkn.i, a newcomer, nettlnyr up some wonderful ;ihotH rinrl Nau;,'!i- tuclc trounced Bristol in the third game, .!"> to -I. With yet-ups arid dplUe3 hrinjr perfect for both teams, NnuftutURk ajruln won the fourth frame by nosing out Bristol, 15 to .12. A fifth frame was plnyed to fln- Ich a flvc-j;nmc match and It went overtime and Bristol won. 1C to M. Arrangements arc In the making for the Nmigrituck volleyball team to piny M Springfield college In the near future, cither ngulnst Springfield college or tb champions of Massnchuuctta. Naugntuck had, Spikers, Frc Baker, George Holloway, Ca Hnnsell and Elton Abramson. So up men were Felix Zcbrakna, Go don WhittaUcr and Selywn Ma ther, Bristol had Strong, Strattman Petkc. Carlwon, King, Beach, Hal Bcshsted nnd "Stretch" Murphy By TOM KG AN The Bnnil 1'layi'd On Ton member.i of New Britain High School hand, know:i uiKifll- clally as the Pretzel Bonders fol- Naugatuck High Schdol Teani CLICKING FOR IOWA Beats Scrappy Crdsby Squad Greyhounds' Greater Efi f ectiveness Shooting From Floor Accounts for 62-42 Win. NaugatucU's High School's basketball team by dint of greater accuracy from the floor outscored nlng; thereby atre'tchlng the Tlg-ers' undefeated string.,to 8. The scores: Niiug-atuck low the basketball toarn to nil its I Coach Jimmy Lee's Crosby High srnmcvs. Ttu-v were ;it tho game School squad by a 82 to 42 count *™ * •**» " I i. !•_.._ l * n nn/t . i '^L _ -»-»F^ with Nnugauick Friday, and furnished the crowd with a couple of gOlKl lAUghs. fn the second half of tho game when the Greyhound Chcercrcttcs would cull for a yell, the band woulil all but drown out the vocal effort with Its playing. Coincident- ill with the chccr'.s end, the band's playing would diminish to a stage where It wan slightly more than uudlblc. The bane! worked this gag twice before a crowd of 2,000 at 'the Wa- terbiicy armory Saturday nlg-ht. The game was the second on an Thurston All-Valley League twin bill which Jones, Ig I'howod Conch Bill Tracy's Loaven- worlh High School squad against Curtin, V. Healy. If Labriola Alhmoro Stauffcr, rf , . B .Z 1_2 Aquavia' b f p 2 1 B 0 1 '1 113 - ByJack Sards f -TV -m.' _JJB=-I- Leary 0 0 0 ooo Uucaklewicz, c ' fi 2 14 Tiunsey Csach Boots Jarvis 1 Ansonia team In the opener. Naugatuck's record ns a result of the \vln now stands at 10 out of 12. The Greyhounds used their A, B, nnd C squads In the contest. Not given much of a chance on nnd It was good for u laugh each I tflc b -™ i;f °f records, Crosby nevor- time. Going Girls GOLDIE'S Camera Shop Federal, Sunruy, Dejur, Keytar 17 Grand St., (Vtny, Tel. C-187S ELECTRICAL NEEDS Electric Appliance Co. 13-H Ilulilwln St. Wilt. — Tel. '1-1*12 SPECIAL LARGE DIKK ATIILKTIC SUPPORTS NAUGATUCK SPORT & AUTO SUPPLY ••ituss" WEAVING, rrop. WlnMnw Court Tel. 3.104 : I'AKTS and SftKVICK ON ALL MAKKS OF CABS B & M Motors, Inc.: NiiiiKutuck'.H Hudson Aconcy ; General Repairing 80-83 SOf Til MAIN ST. Tel. CAKS WINTKKI'/KD CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION » BltlnGr: ST. TKL. 4890 MF.M1I.I.AN MOTOR 'III.il PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R & M ALLEYS 188 MAVI/K STREET KMXJTKIC FlfKL VUMPS fi>r KITCHKN JKANGUS FLOOR I'OI,ISIII;K I''OK 11.KNT GALLAGHER'S HARDWARE 17« MAI'LU STIIKKT (.-tcro.sH froni City rcc Drllvory And aponklng of the Ciieercrcttcs ;I.M we were just doing, the girls did an excellent job Friday. Whenever the opportunity presented itsel'f, thu girls were up calling for a cheer. They gave a llniahed performance. Reason to Supporters of the Greyhound; who luive been wondering nbou't the quality of next year's squad, which will show none of this year's flvi; first-stringers, found reason tn rejoice in the performance of the relief five which took the floor twice against New Britain, The Mossors Aquavia, Labriola. Tam- scy, Mariano nnd Roland played New Britain even on one occasion and hud n slight edge on the other. Mnnufacturo of common pins from a single piece of wire was devised and patented In 1S2-I by Lemuel Wright, an American. we like to make loans Tlic ninrp flmfM ivp nay "Yet*" the HKirr hiiMMi'Mi wi> do. Tlirrffarr. If MIII ii'i'il r.xini FII«|I— you can ili'uvml mi our InlttK uur bi'Nt tu Huy "y<-«" to you. , nun of itIDU rmiti »iVO,!,'n \vllcil |iriilllptl.r ri,|iiilil In is monthly coilHCcutlvv luttnll- t'nln of #10.05 flit 1 )!. Pim't hnrroiv unnrci'Minrll.v. i )u e |f you cil u Iniiii iclvi- UN it clmnc-u to »uy 'I'm" won't j-ou 1 . 1 Just coiiiu In or illume. ihe less, showed a disposition to fight nil the way. They took almost as many shots at the hoop as the Greyhounds did, but Naugatuck sunk u higher percentage. Therein lies the reason for Nau- gutuck's win. Naugatuck caged 24 shots out of 77 trios for an average of one hcop In three attempts, while Crosby got 14 baskets out of '.IS shots for tin average of one in live, Tho teams were just about even from the foul line. Nauga- galuclv got 1-1 out of 22, and Crosby pot 14 out of 20. Big Chct Uscakiewicz turned in 11 shooting performance to equal the one ngalnst Seymour a week previous. He dropped In six baskets from the floor, nnd caged two 0 2 102 1 4'-6 000 204 4 2 10 000 113 J. Healy, rg 'tsoliind Spadola Totals 2't 14 62 Crosby b f p Dcmir, If 2 4 8 Golden 1 1 3 Steclc, I'f 5 1 H Marietta 0 0 0 Synott, c 3 5 11 Sullivan, Iff 2 1 B Gli'Oh 0 1 1 Kustnonko, eg 1 1 3 . Totals 14 14 42 Score at half time: NaugatucU 34, Crosby 17. Referee: Fitzgerald, Chubu>:fc. foul shots for a total of 14 points, ^°^ } rs , Bob Staufi'cr got five baskets and; 1W '"' S two fouls 1'or a total of 12 points, and Joe Healy got four baskets and two folds for a total of 10. Lpflvemvorth Wins Coach Bill Tracy's Leavcnworth Toch Tigers downed Coach Boots Jarvis' Ansonia High School team, 39-32 in the first game, of the evc- Leuvenworth Messup, If Picrsall, rf 4 Zinno 0 Doslalcr, c Titor KorbulieBkl. IB Damello b f p 204 2 iO 0 0 253 000 4 2 10 000 ALCAZAR W. i «10 to (300. i Htibicct to Be* «'TF" Totals ' 14 11 39 Ansonia b f p Drake, If 1 Dudley, rf .......... . ..... 1 2 4 | — — ——— Naugy Jayvees Beat St. Francis Beat St. Lucy's In Local CYO Tilt Casagrandc, c Vartelas, Ig O 2 4 Ifi Alu, rg .................... 1 1 3 Totals 10 12 32 Score at half time: Leavcnworth 23; Ansonia 12. Parthians, Persians Win Games At Y The Partisans beat the Greeks, 47-44 and tho Persians beat the Romans, 56-36 in regular Y In ; ter- New Britain Seconds The Naugatuck junior varsity squeezed out a 33-32 win over the New Britain Reserves In the preliminary to the Greyhound-New j -r hc g t Fr a ncis CYO basketball team beat -the St. Lucy's team of Britain game at the Watcrbury armory Friday night. The game was deadlocked 30-30 at the end of regulation playing time, and the "Grey- Watcrbiiry. 31-24. yesterday at Columbus Ha'l in a regular Knights of Columbus league contest. pups" won in a single overtime per- Q,ilnt with 15 and Mascola with lod, J. Charles Aquavia with 11 n points were high for St. Fra I points was high scorer for the C :s while Mencio win JO was high pups with Rapid Robert M.iriano f or g t . Lucy's. The score: nnvf trt lini» with nino Tbn wnrifn- 1 St. rrancN J. V. FINANCE CO. <ir Wulvrliarr 1UU Hunk SI. ono WIM-. 3-311)3 SALEM CONSTANCE MOORE VWl/AM MARSHALL Also Today — Tuesday •• •**Mk >v .,_ HENRY KINS WHlHI MOBOSCO Alsci 'Football Highlights of 1946" , A. GREATEST SHOW ON ICE' , A, GR SHOW , /,< GR SHOW <"Ar OR SHOW • A, GR SHOW , /,, GR SHOW, /A, GR SHOW <'/,/GR SHOW , ,, GR SHOW , /,, GR SHOW , /,, GR SHOW r/,, GREATEST a* GREATEST SHOW ON ICE! SHOW ON ICE! EATEST i>N ICE! JUST 0 DAYS OFF . . . STILL TIME TO CHOICE SEATS EVERY NISHT AT 8 ?. M^-STARTING THUR5., JAN. 30 Thru SUN. MAT., FEB. Mat.: J:30 f. M. Sun., F«b. :—SnV. F«b, 3— Sun., Ftb. FIIKD'S Ill-WAV GRILLE SD1 South Main St. TJcgiilar Diilly Dinner 50c up A La Cnrtc Menu Spaghetti To Take Out Banquet Boom, Cocktail Lounge Full Liquor License Curtin, If 0 Labriola 1 Boettger 2 Lang, rf 0 Aquavia 5 Thurston, c b f p 0 0 Quint, If Lynn. If b f p . . 7 1 15 ..000 . . 5 1 11 ..Oil Q o ' Mascola, rf 0 ij • Dowling, c . 0 o| Walsh, Ig 0 2 2 1 11 San Angclo, Ig 0 0 0 mediate League games at the Y, ^""''ston, c 0 0 Friday. The scores: lamsey 2 1 _ ... Leary. Ig 0 0 0 Parthian., Schuster o 0 0 b f P Mariano 4 l 9 E. Scranton Ig 3 1 7 j Ashmorc, rg Furtado, rg 1 Fan-on, rg 0 Totals 13 St. Lucy b S. Aordkian rf 2 0 4 W. Scranton c 4 R, Piersall Ig 8 M. McCarthy 0 J. Mon-ahan rg- 2 Brenna'n 3 2 10 0 16 0 0 0 0 6 ^i i - -Peter Paul, Inc. NAUGATUCK. CONN. Totals 22 3 17 Greeks b f p R. Sherwill If 3 3 3 A, Mielc rf 1 0 2 R. Currier c 6 1 13 B. Stinson Ig ,. 3 4 10 H. Nixon rg 5 010 Totals ,. 18 744 Score at half time 23-19, Parth- ans. Referee: Jack Curtin. Persians Roland 000 ' _ _L _L I Sar.taguida, !g 0 o I Moncio. rg 2 0 2 0 0 5 31 6 10 Zephyrs Lose To Atlantics At Y The Naugatuck Zephyrs lost a 4335 decision to the Hartford Atlan- tics basketball team at the local Y yesterday afternoon before a crowd of 300 Ruccio with 10 points was high for the Zephyrs, while Leonard and Keating with eight points each were high for the At- lantics. The score: Hartford b r p Leonard. If 4 0 8 St.osito. If 3 1 7 Worbel, rf 3 0 6 Sevect. rf 2 1 5 Keating, c 3 2 S Dlakon, Ig 3 0 6 Carter, rg J 1 3 Totals .................. 19 Naugaluclc b Pisterclli, rg .............. 0 Swi rsky, rg ................ 0 Yackowski, Ig ............ £ Ruccio, c ................. C Ryan, rf 5 -13 f P 0 0 0 0 2 6 0 10 328 Edmonds, If 1 0 2 Totals . New Brltan V. 15 3 33 Bruzik, If Oooman 0 Bichun 2 Moses, rf 1 Rosys b f 0 0 000 Longo, c Palladino. rf 0 Rennri, rf 2 Faraci, If 4 000 o o ol „ 0 j Totals 15' 5 35 5 Scori: at half time: Hartford 23, 9 | Naugatuck 20. Referees: Chadys and Horowitz. Totals ................... 8 S 2! Score at half time: St. Francis 11, St. Lucy's 10. Referee: Fox. Markewicz 2 0 4 Relsner, c 1 o Foagrau 1 3 Hicks o 1 1) Petrclla. Ig 2 o 4 • p H* , • !"£' ° 2 ° rrom Morties Hot Wires Win Prey Krawice, rg 2 Gaudette o 0 0 i' 1 Sullivan's Hot Wires scored the 1 1 I basket-ball upset of the current sca- son when they defeated Manager £ otnls 'U 50 32 Eddie Noldc's Merrv Morticians -11- Score at half time: Naugatuck 19, Mascola If 6 1 13 Farrar rf S 0 16 Coffey c 5 0 10 ; White Ig 3 1 7;' | Pvandall rg fi 0 1C j b f p i New Britain 13. Referee: Mariano. Manufacturers of Nation's Largest Selling CANDIES AND CHEWING GUMS Totals 27 2.56; Romans j b f p J. McCarthy If 0 0 0 Sclinske rf . '. , Klonsski c . Kirkcndall Ig M/iriano rg Totals Risdon Takes Two From lewis Plant 2S in tho pretliminary to the Zeph- yrs-Atlantics game yesterday at the Y. Some sports observers, however, j say that the Morties lost delibcr- l.T.lely in an attempt to lull the Post Ott'icc ;Bip Fivo into a false sense of ovcrconfidonce for their coming match. 000 8 0 15 1 3 7 1 10 Score at half lime', 28-18, sians, Referee: Jack Curtin. 16 4 36 Per- Try NEWS Want Ads— They Wring Rclultfl. In simplifying- manufacture of hand tools for victory gardens, 324 types of forks were cut to 76, rakes from 55 to 8, and hand cultivators from 14 to 8. . . . EATtST DN ICE' EATEST ON ICE! . EATJBST bN' : |CE! LATEST- ON ICEI EAfESt PRICES Incl. Tax f2.OO-S2.73*$3.GO HURRY,,.GET TICKETS NOW— ORDER BY MAIL OR PURCHASE DIRSCT AT BOX OFFICE OF— THE ARENA ftrov. SI *l Or t New Haven EATEST ON ICE! EATEST ON ICE! EATEST /,. GREATEST SHOW ON ICE! . /.. GREATEST r/,, GREATEST SHOW ON ICE' SHOW ON ICE! She married him because she loved his mother! That WHS her first iniM.taku — bcvuiiKC he was slowly going mud! !' MGM RK-rBKSENTS Ingrid BERGMAN Robert MONTGOMERY IN "RAGE IN HEAVEN" With GKOHGK SANDKRS, 'LUCILLE WATSON, OSCAR HOMOLKA -2nd Hit- BARBARA BRITTON and RUDY VALLEE in "FABULOUS SUZANNE" _. wr. i t R B u R v ^^ ^_ ^^^n^^^^ iacuus POIIdQ took two from Lawis a regular Girls' Dusty Risdon Plant in league session .it Anncnberg's. A, Bulk us with 340 and D. Lewis with 301 were hisli for Kisdon. M. Benson wi 1 315 \v;i/s high for Lewi;;. U. S. Rubb(.r mndn a clean sweep of their match \vilh Cost t.'ikincr three games. J.-inct Schleh with 317 and Kay Conncll with 313 starred for Rubber. Lewis Engineering tonk two from the Live Wires in othcrgamcs rolled and Chemical took three from Almond Joy. All Americans Win Roll Off The All-American Vets won a special roll-off match from tho Montanari-Rado Post at Annen- bcrg's yesterday for the first round championship of the Vets League. The All-Americans won the nvst and third games, and dropped the second by a eeven pin margin. Purple Knights 71 Win Ninth At Townies' Expense The NatiKOtuck Purple KnlehU made It nine out of 11 at the ex. pcnse of tho Oakvlllc-Watcrtown Towninx yesterday at the Watertown High School gym, winning by n 46-37 score. Swlrnkl with 14 points and Korowotny with 12 led the cdargc for the Knlghtu, whll« Zaccarla with 11 point* wa* high man for the Townleg. The ncor<- Purple Knight* arlinskl. If ... Korowotny, rr . C. Wojack, c .. R Loman H. Loman Purs, Ig Swlr»ki, rg Watertown b f p .022 .. 6 0 12 -.215 .. 2 0 4 -.000 ..419 « sit • 20 «4< b t p .. 5 in -.1 i j ..309 ..000 Marens, rf 3 Q $ Butcllc 2 o 4 T. Nevers, 1( 2 0 4 Totals Ifl 5 37 bcorc at half time: Watertown, 20-16. Referee: A. Monti. Totals Zaccat la fierce, IK Ravcro, c Slason Naugatuck Mermen Tie Canterbury Coach Alex Sullivan's local Y swim team met the Canterbury Prep tc-am at New Milford Saturday and came out of the conteft with a tie. The summary: r-0-yard freestyle—Benzigcr (C), White (N), McCarthy (C). Time: 1:26.6. 100-yard brcaststroke—McNunee J), Olson (C), Dcvinc <C). Time: 1:11.4. 100-yard freestyle—Scranlon (N), Tubbs (C), Mclncrney (C). Time :03.2. Diving: Sullivan (N), Scranton N), Crosiin (C). Points 54,1, 150-yard medley relay—Canterbury; Dcvine, Cronin, Mclneracy. Time: 1:37.1. 100-yard freestyle relay—Canter- iury; Strickland, McGarty, Tubbs, ienglgcr. Time: 2:53. HARRY C. NEY The president of the J. M. N«y ompany is dead at Farmington. Harry Clinton Ney died at hia home fter a long illness. He was 77years Id. WATEBBURY Last Day! "LADY CHASER" with ROBT. LOWEBY — plus — "STARS OVER TEXAS" Wednesday —— 'OF MICE AND MEN" — plus — "1 MILLION B. C." STRAND WATERBURY FINGERPRINTS State police are^ socking to fingerprint all of the school children in Woodbridgc. The troopers urge the plan as an aid to identification In the event of a catastrophe as the Hartford circus fire. Before doing the finger-printing, however, they are securing permission of parents. GET A JEEP Yonr WII.T/YS-OVlClir.AND' Denier LIBERTY MOTORS, inc. 24 HarrlDon 4T»noe • Off Richnnm P)»e«. Watwbidy •Pbonc . »-«801 BOXING AUSPICES WTBY. A. C G'fcO. MULLIGAN, Promoter FRI. NIGHT, JAN. 24th Armory — Field Street, Watcrbiiry, Conn. Itrlurn Mitili Itnul IvKANKIfS VTC TONV VIGKANT ¥ FALCO Jlrturft Sr»»)l l-'jllilj KKNNY Y^C BILLY JAMES BROWN Aiul 3 oihrr Hnnts PRICES: $2.50 Ringside $1.75 Reserved — Gen. Adm. $1.25 All Tax Incl. kvl» Nmv on tfule ut >JulIt»titn*h Ko- truni, Ut riiuntiy Av«;., .\Viit<*rbury Phono Wnterbury S-9769 The Junior College of Commerce Has Room for You in 1917 Plan a Program of Study in Liberal Arts or Business Subjects . White — : 'Phone — Coma In ;{»() WHITNEY AVE. 8-7003 NEW HAVEN 11, CONN. ALL POLISH PROGRAM! o — OUTSTANDING HITS — Q 1. " " WRZOS Based on the famous book, 2. *P AWEL i GAWEL' A riot of fun and comedy. EXTRA SPECIAL! 3. "MAJDANEK" Actual scenes of Poland's largest concentration camp. — DOORS OPEN AT 12:45 — CONTINUOUS SHOW FROM 1 P. M. 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