PAGK *—NAUGATtJCK N«W* (CONN.). FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 1M7 Purple Knights Meet New Milford At Y Sunday NaiiKAtuck', Purple Knight*, win nt>r* of nine out of 11 game* thl« season, will meet the New Milford Townie.H at the Y Sunday after noon In a gnm« which ha* Attracted con»idern.blc local attention because of the t'nct tn/nt the Townloa hnvf bander! the KniffhtJ on* "of thfflr two defeat*. Thf New Milford team will ahow several ovcolIcgUinn Including Hftirn, present coa'cli of Canterbury Prep nnd -formor Ford'hnm »l»r who has performed brilliantly In Madison Square Garden on »uy- rrol occasions. The Knlgtiu board of «trntcjry, the (Irm of Ploskl-Swlrsk'l. Inc. win depend on thp regular Purpl* lineup lo reverse Uic result of tho previous meeting. GOLDIE'S Camera Shop Enlarge**: Federal, Hunray, Dejur, Keyier 17 Gland St.. Wtby. Tel. 5-1876 Risdon Girls Take Three From Chemical Risdon took three from Chemical in n regular Girls' Dusty league match at Anncnboi'g'w M. Halaslk w,th 339; A. Butkus with 322 and D, Lewi* with 352 were high .for tho winner*. U. 3. Rubber took three from Lewis Office in another match rolled, J. Schleh with 326; R. Brcnla wtth 320 and H, Stibar with 322, nil cleared the 300 mark for the Rubber pals, Thf Live Wires toppled the Almond Joyn for three with Ann Morka.'s 291, high three for the winners. The Lewis Plant took two from the U, S. Cost, rolling a three-game total of 1336 against 1328 for th« losers. TOYS — 25% OFF NAUOATUCK SPORT ft AUTO SUPPLY "BUSS" WKAVING. Prop. Wln»low Court Tel. 3394 CAJIS WINTEKIZKO CHAPPIE'S AMOCO GASOLINE SERVICE STATION 2I» linlOGK ST. TEI,. 4890 Mc.MII/IWVM MOTOR OII.H How ifi <)i i fi LOAN f r f > m t h f YfS MAN N«nl n loan? Jimt do thin: I, Vlilt or nkiinv I'rrnonnl iliir. .Jiixt miy "I wunl tf\ it luiin." 3. OlYP Ilk K f»W fl«rt» «0 rtin fit your mnnthly ..... iil» lo jrnur builifrt. ,1. \\\\<'n iipplli'ullnn In wpprorril, m»l> In. 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SOMERSET MAUGHAM'S oews POLI Donahue Coached Team Has Been Coming Along Fast After Poor Early Season Start The basketball game with Tor- rlngton High school tomorrow nlgtit at the Torrington armory looms ae- another tough obstacle in the path to a third Naugafuck Valley league basketball championship for the: N. H. S. Greyhounds. Torrlngton Is a team which start-•:d slowly earlier In the season, but has lately been coming along at a fast pace. Given'the advantage of playing on their home floor, they will bo a hard team to beat. The Leavenworth Toch Tigers'had to fight to stave off a late rally by Torrington-' to win toy five -points last Wednesday night at -the -Waterbury armory. This fact would in dicate that Torrington is now vastly Improved over the squad which lost by ten points on its own floor to Tech earlier In the season. Coach Ray Foley of the Greyhounds will probably start his regular lineup of BobStauffer and Vin Heoly at forwards, Big Chet Usca- Kiewicz at center, and Joe Healy and Bob Jones at guards. He will have Labriola, Aquavia, Tamsey, Mariano and Roland ready as first line replacements. Coach Connie Donahue of Torrington will probably call on forwards, Samele and Kruleski, center, Krlcho, and guards. Alexander and Mowalaniec to start, No tickets for the game are available locally; the allotment to the high school was barely enough to meet student requirements. Coach Donahue of Torlrngton Indicated earlier in the week that a public sole tit the Torrington armory was extremely unlikely. By tTOM EGAN Y Senior House Loop Starts Basketball Play This Evening The Naugatuck YMCA SeTilor House Basketball league will start tonight with six teams entered. The first game will start at 7:00 o'clock with tho Dog House with Jack Fruin, Julius Swirski, Don Sufcor, Ted Melyan, Charles Forish, John Hetherington, and Fred Cignotti against the Ice House wit'h Augic Fidalgo, Eddie Mariano, Bill Swoenew, Gene Massa, Ray Dc»;an, and Arnold Wuron. The cecond game at 7:45 with the Gas House with Carl Miolu, James toman, Joe Madden, Kenneth Tuckey, Louis Fornhelli, Frank Lcary, Dick Loman againxt :he Hot House with Ed Schrull, Ed Duffy, John Forish, John Halgh. Felix Zcbrakas, and Bill Trlano. The third game at 8:30 the Green House with .Ed O'Connor. Jack Darby, Teddy Carzasty. Frank Sterniak, John Kotuby, and Joe Cirello against the Lighthouse with Don Hopkins, Jack Ashmore, Zig Szymanski, Andy McDernrott, Wm, Namiwa', .Elmer Carroll; and. Joe Scully. The league has given over next Friday for the March of Dimes •jrogram that will be -h*ld in the YMCA Gymnafium. The following letter which was received earlier is the wc_ek IB worthy of note because it Is typical of the excellent spirit with which borough sportsdom has volunteered to do Its duty in- the March of Dimes, We think It deserves a public hearing to : 'help along a good cause. Further by prlritltig it in' his ctolunin and writing an answer the sports 'editor will save a: three cent stamp. The letter follows: Jan. 20, 1947. Mr. Tom 'Egan Sports Editor Naugatuck. News Dear Tom . I would' like to ask you to start ah all sports division of the March of Dimes for the benefit of the -Infantile Paralysis. Fund. We in'this town don't d'o anything In that line for'those poor children, and u substantial contribution from o sports event would be that much extra to add to the borough's March of Dimes quota. I know that Ch-airman Frank Green would 5-ay that this idea is a very good one and he would cooperate. Here is my-suggestion : : Wo could arrange a sports night at the YMCA for this affair. Thero are four good teams in the boroujri, the High School, Purple Knights, Zephyrs and U. S. Rubber. They eoula play some nig-Wt they are'n'ot otherwise scheduled. I know that the managers -and players of these teams would gladly give -.heir services free We could name a committee arid call a meeting some night next week. We could also c'ontact the owners 1 of the' Bowling alleys in town to lave one night for this great cause Toping that this goes over (vith ,1 bang for the March of Dimes. I remain. You IT in sport, Frank Shea. PURDUE HEADMAN T *•••**« furple Knights To Take Part In March Of Dimes Benefit rfi> learn Prospect Hands Salem First Grammar School Defeat Agree To- Meet U. S. Rubber, But Ask For Oppor- tuhity To Take Floor At Full Strength The Purple Knights have voted to acrept the invitations to.partici- pate In the March of Dimes benefit at the Y Friday evening Jan. 31. However, they .have asked for a change in order of games. Manager Waiter Ploski explained that because of work schedules two first .string members ol the Knighti would -not be able to play if the ;amc went on early. He therefore requested that the Knlght-U. S, Rubber ,7ame.be played last: A rather intense rivalry exisU Between the Rubber team and the Knights and it would be unfair for either team to, be forced to take tho floor at anything less than full strength. Consequently, Postmaster Frank T. Green, chairman of the rlrive for funds, readily agreed Vo the request for change. Both teams will go all out to win .his Rame; the Knights especially are out to keap as many wins BJ possible on their record which now tands at nine-out of II. The Rubber team, on the other ia.nd, is regarded by 'many as the jest team m the'borough and will : out to live up to this »pprai»a!.. Both Manager Eddie Nolde of the Morticians and Coach Ed Mcarthy of the Pout Office Big Five •eadily -agreed to-the time change. •We can beat the Post Office any nour of Ihe day or night," Noldc declared "Anv time is all right with jjs," McCarthy had this to say: " just a* Mom of well for the. Morticians, their ream arc well along in years and may not be u«td to staying, up a* late as the game wa« originally •chcdulml for. W« don't want, them to be under any handicap when we beat them." Thus, with- the change agree&bl* to <\U parties concerned, the committee In charge .rearranged the schedule to brine- the Mortien-Posit Office together in the first game and the Knights-Rubber together In the R»cVjnrt. Felix Zembrugki and hli orchestra will play lor dancing after thp games. Posters announcing the affair will be distributed to stores, restaurants and other business establishments throughout the borough in a day or two. Those posters are the work of Charlie DeCarlo, high school football leUcrman and 1946 captain. John Tyler waa the first vice president who became president. He was elevated-to the office of chief executive after the death of William Harrison. r 'NO«l „ net ToiMim mtw . .. • Burnt* MEREMTN I leHyFlEll | OF micE & men (ON CHMNir Jr. Kedsters Play Bridgeport Brass This Evening Coach Milt-Ripley's United States Rubber Kedstere journey to Brldge- >ort tonight where they will run ip against the strongest opposition hey have met this season in a Bridgeport Brass team which has ost only one game to date and is .he defending State and Eastern States industrial champions. In a ding-dong battle last year, he Kedsters were defeated by the Bridgeport combine In tho finals 'or the State championship. The ihamps seem headed for additional titles this year with all of last eason's veterans back and a co.u- >le of additional 'sharp shooters, iowever, the Rubber Club, led by Captain Tom Edmonds, will be loaded for tonight's game and are de- ermlned to return home with a win. The game Is scheduled for 8:30 t the Bridgeport A»mory. A capacity crowd is expected to witness he outstanding attraction which brings together the top two industrial teams in the state. Hossi Stable At Danbury Tonight Joe Rossi's fight stable- will travel to Danbury -tonight to take part in the boxing show at the state armory. Joe Madden, Paul and Stanley Ross will all tlon. Mr. Frank Shea Borough. Dear Frank: Thank you for your letter; it contains an excellent, suggestion. I shall have to ask your pardon for not answering sooner, but when I received your letter I knew that something similar to what you sug-- Rested was already irr the works, and I wanted lo waitjuntil I had something definite to Report. Now I don't have to report. 'It's all been in the papers these past two days. Let's hope the basketball affair goes over with a bang- I suspect that you will be called on to help, because Chairman Frank T. Green is to name a committee of prominent local sports figures, and 1 think you will be asked to serve because of your long- association with borough sports. You or any other committee member can feel free to call on the sports editor of the NEWS-to help in any way he can. In view of the fine spirit of cooperation shown by everyone concerned, no one should shirk doing his-bit. Tom Comes From Behind To Score Upset Over First Half Winner By KENNY CLYMEB Hurd-riding- Salem went down to their first defeat of the season Tuesday afternoon at the high school at the hands of Prospect in a regular Grammar School league contest. The score wan 23-21, Salem got off to a fast start and ran up 8 points before Prospect was able to score, giving indication at this point in the game that their unbeaten record was in no danger. However. Prospect came back strong and by the end of the first half had gone into the lead by a H-10 count. Hop Brook defeated St. Hedwig's 3J-24 as Szczepkowski scored IT points for the winners, and Scheithe scored 12 points for the losers, St. Hcdwig's led, 8-2, at the end of tho first period, but Hop Brook had reversed the situation and led, at the half. The third game on the bill went into overtime before St- Francis was able to come up with a 27-22 win over Central. Central led all the way until the last two seconds when Knaf tied the score wRh a two-pointer .from the side, McNamara with 10 points for the winners and Piccoli with a like number for the losers were high men: The scores: Pronpect E— McCann, c 0 00 Wisinski 0 0 0 Dennis. Ig .' 0 0 0 Arsenault, rg 2 0 4 Totals -'9 3 21 Score at half lime: 14-10, Prospect. Referee: Kilroy. Hop Brook A. nics, ir .. Gravin Ploski, rf Szczepkowski Smith, c .... Yurks.iilis ... J. Illes, Iff .. Witkowslu Voland. rg 0 Malaney 1 - Szczoczarz 2 0 Flashes Win Special Game The Flashes . beat the Panthers in a special basketball game played recently at tho Y. Both teamB are composed of boys of grammar school age. Thn score: X-latihes b f p Kosa,-If 0 ] 1 Spurge, rf 1 1 3 Buckley, c 3 0 6 Kraliz, Ig 0 2 2 Johnson, rg: 0 X) '0 Totals 4 J2 Panthers Swanson, If .. Marslin, rf ... Mahon, c Waite. Ig MillizsK-i. rf: .. I — Sn4 HIT VICTO* Ctn* MATVIE - UIIIS ME million I.L* WHUm tumt . Vn UUMM TlADHMAN KMADY' - -VAUIT ALCAZAR Today • Saturday "THE SHADOW RETURNS" find •Totals 15 Totals 3 Score at half: Flashes 7, thers G. Referee: Newell. 3 9 P.1 n- Falco-Vigeant In Ten Round Go At Armory Tonight Waterbury, Jan. 2t —Professional boxing returns to the State Armory tonight when Tony Falco, of Hartford, goes into action -ag-ainst Frankie Vigeant, of Thomaston, in a 10-round bout. Promoter George Mulligan ha« expectations of the all-star program attracting -one of the largest crowd; of the season to the big: drill shed. Five fiRhte will be presented, the opener scheduled for 8:30 sharp. ' Falco and Vigeant. put on a slam- bang 10-round scrap here last month with Vigeant earning Referee Eddie Reed's decision. The award wan not popular with the fans, many rlngBlders being of the opinion that Falco was entitled to the verdict or at least a draw, • Billy Brown, Manchester, and Kenny James, Waterbury, arc billed in the seml-fl-nal eight tonight. James was returned the victor over Brown in n recent slugi'est here and the second meeting should'provide the fans with plenty of action. •: A six round contest will feature Harry Lasane, New York, and Johnny Holmes, Manchester, while Don Fisher, of Anaonia, and Johnny Marshall, Waterbury, are listed in a semi-pro four tonight- Another bout will complete the card. » Promoter Mulligan will open the Kovach i doors-at 7 o'clock for an advance see ac- ticket sale. Popular prices will prevail. Siuzdak, lf_ Novaclnski. rf Rykowaki, c 4 Oris, Ig 1 Skrock, rp 0 Totals 9 Salem b M. Matos, If 4 B. Matos. rf ....'. 3 Area of modern Spain equal lo that of Oregon. is about SKATING Baummer's Field St. Rink Telephone 3501 PLAY POOL and Bowl at the R&M ALLEYS 1S5 MAPLB STKEKT i TODAY-SAT SUM. PERSON BOB CHESTER B /JSfes'elA'NT STAGE SHOW: CARL BOWAN an/i - - ' 6(tnK*<JPA**i9W N. H. S. Swimmers In Three Way Meet Coach Alex Sullivan will take his 'Naugatuck High School swim squad to Hartford tomorrow to participate in a three-way meet at the Hartford High pool, with Hartford and Hamden. Conch Sullivan Is counting- on his star, Charlie White, to win at least one first place for the Garnet. This year's swim squad is the first in the athletic history of Naugatuck High school. The boys opened their season, against Crosby at the Crosby pool earlier in the week, losing to the more experienced Blue and White swimmers. SALEM Bryk, if . Reynolds, Schultz, c Scheithe, Ig Korowotny Kusscsyk, rf Sobcrski 0 Totals 7 Score at half time: 15-13. Brook. Referee: Kilroy. 3 33 f P ! 4 8; 0 0 i 2 4 i 4 12 j o o! 0 01 0 O 1 10 24 Hop St. Fra-ncls If Mariano, Fen'ton 1 Dolaney, rf 2 Knaf 3 McNamara, c 5 Zehnder 0 Carroll Ig 1 Nixon 0 Duffy, rg 1 0 10 0 0 Totals 13 1 27 Central If Mazail:, Liitke 0 Hoadley, rf 3 Cabral, c 2 Gabriclson, Ig Piccoli, rg 4 2 Totals 10 2 22 Score at half time: 13-10, Central, Referee: Kilroy. A one-eighth horsepower electric motor operating steadily can be fxnected to do the work of one man. St. Francis CYO Meets St. Lucy's St. Francis CYO team will meet St. Lucy's of Waterbury in a regular K. of C- sponsored league contest at Columbus Hall at 2 o'clock, Sunday afternoon, according to a wchcdujc released by Johnny Thompson, league ofllcial. St. Hedwijr's are scheduled to meet St. Thomas at the Washington Park Community House, Thursday evening, Jan. 30. at 8 o'clock 'One Way To Love" PUBLIC BINGO and- - - - • • CARD PARTY at V. F. W. Hall Rubber Avenue SAT. NIGHT JAN. 25 8 to 12 O'Clock Auaplees of V. F. W. Auxiliary 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. "Serving Through Science" Naugatuck Footwear Plant Naugatuck Conn. Today - Saturday Also. March of Time, "The American Cop"
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