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January 27, 1947

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 6

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"Serving Through Science" Naugatuck Footwear Plant Naugatuck Cona Torrington Basketball • *^- • \,, * • .;/... /• • y '\ > ? .'• ' '' \ \ • '•',. f. "'t \ Scores Upset Over Greyhound's PTay Rivals Even in Second and Third Periods, But Are Outscored In First and Fourth. Led by diminutive Frankie Russo, un inspired Torringtoh High school bUHkctball squad outspecl and outfought tho NauBijtuck High school's basketball team-at tho Tor- ringtun armory Saturday night and finished with an 18-point last period scoring burnt which enabled thorn lo register a surprising 46-28 triumph over Jhe Greyhounds. The Greyhound opened the scoring in the first period with .a baa- kct by Staul'l'cr, but shortly thL>re- ftftcr Rusao dropped ono in from 1 the side to knot the count. The Greyhounds were never ablo to go into the load after that. Twice in the second period they were able to knot tlit; count at. 12 und 14 all Twice more in the third period they up to Torrington ut the 22- point and at the 24-point levels, However on each occasion, Toi'ring. ion scored first to break tho 'tie. Tho first and last periods were disastrous for tho Greyhounds. After Staufl'er had dropped in the first buskot, Russo scored two and Alexander and Samele one each before Vin Healy scored again for Naugy. Hricko and Joe Healy matched foul shots to end the period, with the score, Torrington J), Naugatuck 0. Naugatuck had a one point edge on the scoring in the second period. Uscakiowicz K»t two foul shots, Slauffor two baskets and a foul and Vin Healy a basket to register nine points for Naugatuck. Samele got a foul; Hricko and •Crulicki a basket each, and Alux- tr.dor a basket and a foul to chalk up eight points for Torrington. The .".core at the half was, Tori-mg,on 17, Naugnluck H. Toi'rington reversed the story in rington scoring-. J. Charles Aquavla made <i free throw good to finish inn Garnet point Rotting-. The score: Sumolo, If ... Spino Fablaschl .... Krullcki, rf. .. Toro ; Lnudlcl Hricko, c .. .. Clfone Balazinnl .... Russo, Iff .... Nawalaniec .. Alexander, rg Lunduccl b f p 124 3 0 C 000 306 102 000 210 102 000 0 2 12 0 OOl 317 102 Buys First Tickets Totals 20 C 46 Nnniry .he third period and otitscorcd Nau- lattick 10 points to 11. Russo, Alex- indcr, Krulicki, Hricko and Spino nch ffo'i a basket and Sainele got a oul shot for Torrington. Stauflcr got two baskets, Uscakiewicz and ones got one each and Vin Healy got .two fouls for Naugutuclc, The core at the end of the third per- od was Torrington 2S, NaugatucU 4. Then the lightning struck. annacone rg Russo scored twice and Cilfone |Daversa Ig nee wi-thin -10 seconds. Krulicki Facordini '" Stauffcr, If ... Aquavia ...... .V. Healy, rf . . Ijahriola ...... Uscaklewicz, c Tamscy ....... b . 15 . 0 . 2 2 t P 1 II 1 1 6 i Ig Ashmore J. Healy, rg Mariano 000 2 3 7 0 '0 0 102 000 0 1 I 000 Totals 10 8 28 Score at half time: Torrlng.lon 17, Naugatuck 14. Referee: Malin. Magner Gnards Down Clowns ; Mandfftr Tom Manner's . Water* bury Guards showing n new lineup took -the. measure of. the capable Kokomo Clownu (56-S3 at the Wa- tcrhury. armory lust, night. Davenport with 24- points 'waa high for tho Guards, The *cora: Marines Take Tut FromGoHStv The Marlnwr look two from Oold Star port In * r« BU |.r MoshcT if ".;* l Stovens. If 0 Daniels rf" . '. 0 Davenport o HannigBn, IB Bloow. re ' Edwards rff 0 0 3 13 4 24 1 9 2 8 5 0 10 10 . 4 3 Totiils Mclco r(f Elmo ISlim c Loco rf Haha rf Joko If Koko If Totals 28 10 60 Clown* St. Francis Beats Lourdes St. Francis beat Our Lady of Lourdes, 33-27 in a regular CYO Ictigue game yesterday at Columbus Hall, The score .St. Francis Quint If 1 1) I p nn If \Eascola rf Dowling a Wilcox c Fustado Ig Walsh rg Tarren rg Totals 0 . 7 1 , 1 1 0 14 I.iidy at Lourdes 0 2 0 tl 2 * 1 7 0 2 1 3 0 0 33 Budolph M.Mfennlck. pnhlishrr of the NKWS, hands u chuck for $1.0 to Tom KK»", NEWS spurtK editor, for tin? first pair of reserved ' n«»t Hckfit* to Urn March of Dlnws sports li.-n.tfit at the V Friday nlifht. Fifty reserved neat tlvkiitH- will !»• sold to thi- «v«nt ut uny amount. ov«r the (iO cent prlc« for rush w:»t tickets which tho buyer <!ar<!H to give. Shortly ufter this picture \vu« taken at the NEWS ofllco tniN morning, C. .J, \Vaskowic7, prominent local huHlneKs und sports pursoniility, huiiKht this second net of reserved seub tlclietH for *(5, Tom Kgun, member of the committee In churgu of the affair, both sales. 7 2 16 204 1 13 bo*H«r lhauh day at Anncnborg's. Bwinon .,„ 318 waa hlsh for the Kyrcnei The M- R. pout took thrct frn» Jepvoni) with R. Montoni'n 308 .M A. Mcngaccrii 335 nhowlii K th» ^. tor the winner*. W| » Lead off man Bin Wood'n in sparked the three-point win of th» All American's Vein over the V I? W. Bob Lawlor with 341 an< M|k Connors with 328 were nine ln«tru mental In the Vets' win. The U. C. Vets took two fm., the American Legion an John Kl» with 338, Joe Klnc with 134 «nd R Baker with 308 led the chir^e. . League standing: (Second Round) A. A. Vets U. C. Vets Am. Legion 0 •I 2 10 M-Rndo 317 -Marines 0 o .0 V. F. W. ID. A. V. 23 7 03 Score nl half time: Guards 30, Clowns 20. Ref«ree: Dictate! n: Gold Star L. 0 1 2 $ 4 4 5 C nd Spino followed up with bas- ets. UscakiuwicK sunk a two-point- r for Nauyy. P.us.so got a Coul and Ipino got a basket. Then big Chet ropped in a foul shot for Nuugy. Vith slightly less than two min- tes playing time left. Coach Foley ent in the Naugy reserves. A foul hot by Russo and baskets by Toro nd Landucci completed the Tor- SALEM — Today RUSSELL • KNOX * DEAN JAGGER PHILIP MUIVALI BEUUH BONDI • CHARLES MKLE d b r OUOUY NlCltOU TUBS. — WED. — THURS. "WHITE TIE AND TAILS" plus "THEY WERE SISTERS" Blake c ... Nnppi c Ansoline rf Cannata rf . Cardella If . iimut; IIULII NUM..*** Devils Beat Prospect At Y t Tiny Devils lj«!it Prospect, -I.V.fO In a preliminary g;um; Saturday. M. Mates with was high foi' the Devils. ' 'l)evilti W. MatoB, i-f St. John rf. Matos, If I. Mariano I. Dennis, c Wlsinskl 2. Arsena-jit, rg VI. Bryk, Ig Kuvik Totals \*ocooiiuki, rf ITudescG iiiixdiik_ li' ut tlui Y '22 points 'he iJCi'Jl'O: 1) f 1 . . -1 JL il . . -2 I r, . . a •! 22 .000 .20-1 .011 . 0 C 0 .20-1 .000 19 7 -in i) r .t ..108 .000 . r, o 10 Rossi Fighters Win Two, Lose One Joe Ronsi's trio of fighters chalked up two wins and one. loss ut the Danbury armory Friday night.. Both wins were by knockouts; the loss by decision. Jon Madden, 139 a-!, knocked out Joe Henry, HO, Middlfitnwn, in tho second round. Stanley Ross won over Tommy Wallace by a TKO in the third round. Paul Kovach, 160, lost the decision to Bob Arnold. ]G2, Slam- ford., after three rounds, of purr.J- ing uction. Add Horrors Of War- Yngnslav Whiskv Bluebirds Beat Cliff Streets The Bluebirds- beat the Cliff Streets 31-3 in a regular Saturday Morning league basketball game at the Y. Ace Hudncr played his usual Btcllnr floor game for the Birds. The score: Hluoblrdn b A. Tiles, If ................. 4 B. Hudner, rf ............. 2 B. Garrick, c .......... . Alcgi. Ig ............ J. Tiles, rg f p 0 8 1 !5 306 5 0 10 1 0 2 1 31 Totals ................. '.in Cliff StTWts b f 1 0 Hanley, rft ................. 1 0 2 MrCann, IB ................ 0 0 0 Churchill, c ............... 0 0 0 Nolan, rf .................. 0 0 0 Ekberg, If ................. O 1 1 Totals Referee: F. Klambt. 113 Purple Knights Win Over New MM The Purple Knighu , downed t»it New Milford Townies bukctball team at the Y yesterday arternooa by a 39-35 noore, gaining sweet r»- vengo for a two-point win which the Townies chalked up- over ih« Knights a week ago, Swirski with 15 points and Gwlinsk: with 10 led the Knights at- lock. The score: Purple Knlftitft b f p Furs, If ................... j o ( H. Lorna n ................. o 0 0 Garllnski, rf .............. .5 o 10 R, Loman ................. q o 0 C. Wojack, c .............. o 2 2 Korowotny, Ig ............. 2 2 fi F.I Wojack ............... o 0 0 SwireUi, rg ............... « 3 15 b f p b f 3 237 408 0 0 0 303 000; 0 0 o] Rykowski, c 000 SOU Totals 12 3 27 Score at half time: Lady of Lourdes 35, St. Francis 13. Referee: Fox, TWO FINED Fines to the amount of $50 and suspended jail sentences for sis months have been given to Mrs. Edna Harris Pink and her brother, Raymond Harris, of Essex. Originally they were charged with assault with a deadly weapon on actor Robert Stewart. Oris, I-R r>avin.son. Skrok, Ig Gair . (j 1 13 .000 000 .408 .000 Totals 19 1 39 Score at half time: Prospect 20. Devils 18. Referee: Paviu. Time. four 10-minute periods. Emotional Disturbances May Cause Rheumatism AN i> HAVE i GOT ir/ t f RUG CLEANING and DYEING Also Specializing in Dyeing Ex-Servlccmon's Uniforms THOMAS DYE WORKS 64 PEARL ST. 3-7108 Wiiterhury HILCO 413 No. Mulu St. Uiplon City Store Open Frldoy Night Until 8 O'Clock Mount Everest in tho Asia Himalayas is 29,000 feel high, or more than twice the hoifjht of Pike's peak in the slate of Colorado. Want a Date? Naugatuck Swimmers Place Third In Meet _ Coach Alex Sullivan's Naugatuck •*~ " •* iTTigh School .swimmers placed third Clinton, Okla. (U P)—Marshall |jn a three way meet with Hartford Word, y Clinton attorney v/hojpublic and Hamden high schools spent 23 days with the partisan 'at the Trinity College pool In PJ*rt.- urmy of Marshal Tito during i ford .Saturday. Hartford Public W-oi'ld War II, says Yugoslavian'scored 54 points; Hamden, 22 and whiskey is so strong "one Ameri- iNaugatuck 11. The summary-- Totals .................. ]C 7 3D New Mllford A. C. b f p Smithwick, rg ............. o 0 0 Hinkleman ................ o 0 0 Bukcr, Ig ................. i o 2 Collins., c .......... ........ 3 1 7 Bray ...................... o 0 0 Lovelatte, rf ............ . . . 3 g 14 Hcarn, 11" ................. 3 2 g Barrett 2 0 4 Totals 32 11 35 Score al half lime: Knights 17-16. Referee: J, A. Cluney. can who took a shot of it The 150-y.ird medley relay- burned his tonsils out first, and i Evans, (H). Time: 1:28.5. en tired his iosklos nli down." the way 50-yard free style-—Costa, (HP): Word- said the group ho was with burned the whiskey in their lamps, it makes the prettiest blue fla:ne you ever saw." he observed. Word was forced to parachute from his B-2-1 over Yugoslavia jSlcak. (H): Murphy, (HP); Scran- nfter tho Germr.r.s plane in a raid. :>id riddled his By DR. J. B. WARREN Grief is the response to the loss of a person that has been loved. This acute grief may last for weeks. The symptoms may affect all the working parts of the body and include sobs, tears, choking sensations, twitching of hands and lips, a general sense of col'dhess,. distaste for foods (especialyl milk and meat), feeling of stiffness and soreness. Then may follow asthma, an- tjlna pestoris . (pain under breast bone), palpitation of the heart, pain and stiffness in joints—rheumatism. (Released by The Consolidated News Features, Inc.) Memorial To Honor Baiaan Defenders Brainerd. Mir.n. (U)P—A Brnin- orci war momorial to men of tho ID-Ith T;ml; 33:iUn:ion. drfonders of TSntn:in. vvil] bo crficti'il ns soon as S300.0M is subscribed on a national bnsis. Tho Ifl-ith, iiicludinjr $•! national Sliinrd officers and men from Brain- ord, w;is captured on Eataan. Only 2o B:\iir.rrd men returned from Jap- •ir.cso prison camps. GI.-I5S botilos were nindo by the Romans ns early as the 1st century. ton (N). Time: 24.5. 220-yard freestyle— White (N), Viola "(HP), Novi (HP), Chatifield (H). Time 2:31. Divinpf—Setco (HP), Riccio (HP) Crowell (M). Points: 5-1,53. 100 free.style—Costa (HP), Gin lev (H), Scranton (N). 100-yard broaststroke—Nostranit <HP), White (X), Campbell (HP Time: 1:09.8. 100-yard backstroke—Cvana (HP) Stevens (H), LaBlanc (HP). 200-yard Hecstyle relay won b> Hartford. Time: 1:45.0. Naugatuck will meet tho Hill house swim team Wednesday evening- at the Y pool. FOB RANGE OB FUKL OIL TEL. 5618 Bill's Fuel Oil Service 59 Woodland Street "Bill" Marlnclll, Prop. UPTURE TRUSSES rilled to of Waterbury 206 Bonk St. 5-0013 Waterbury MUSICAL COMEDY star Bernicc Parks has offered a date to the Broadway theatre manager whose audience's donations to the March of Dimes fund show the highest percentage increase over lost year. Bernice holds the sign that should gather plenty of dimes for the fund to flght polio. .(International) MEN'S und WOMEN'S . SHOE SKATES (Including White Shoe Skates for Women) Boys' Hockey. Skates ECONOMY AUTO SUPPLY STORE 80 SOUTH MAIN ST. 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The Razor's Edge presents Tyrone POWER — Gene TIEBNEY John PAYNE — Anne BAXTER Clifton WEBB — Herbert MARSHALL DARRYL P. ZANTJCK'S production of W. SOMERSET MACGHAM'8 I H H U « 1 LDBUJS

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