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WHAT YOUNG PEOPLE THINK fW'est Side Story' Is Teen Choice for Oscar By EUGENE GILBERT OnMrt t«rt» llMtrak C*. You've done It again-- may. list year, at- Academy * you teen-agers scored Impressively In picking the top Oscar winners. .Now, whilo the experts and pros ara making final choices before the big night Monday, your,vote Is already In. .No. single actor, actress or movie got as many as half the votes' in our national survey of over 1,000 young people. But that's to be expected. The thing that counts, of course, is .who or what draws the most votes in each category. * V * · MORE THAN 45 per cent of you ore convinced that the Oscar for the best motion picture of 1961 will be awarded to "West Side Story," a movie that impressed many of you as it did Joan Brandzel, 16, of Chicago, who said: "Everything about it is so great The story touches on a current problem, tho music is so powerful, the dancing so great" "Guns of Navarone" was runnerup. The next largest vote was In the best actor category in which Paul Newman was 1 picked by more than 43 per cent for his performance as tha pool hall sharpie in "The Hustler." ' · · · * · "HE GAVE a very vivid portrayal of the hustler," commented Neal Rcilly. 17, of Everett Wash. Spencer Tracy scored 27 per cent for his work in "Judgment at Nuremberg." Audrey Hepburn topped the list in the best actress voting, with' nearly 35 per cent nam ing her for her role as Holly Gollghtly in "Breakfast at Tiffany's." But Natalie Wood was close behind with 26 per cent of tha vote and Sophia Lorcn with 23 per cent. Miss Wood was chosen for her perform- anca in "Splendor in the Grass," and Miss Loren for "Two Women." ' « · · · THERE'S a fairly close spread between George Chakiris and Jackie Gleason who topped the list for best supporting actor. Chakiris got 30 per cent for his work in "West Side Story." mostly on tho strength of heavy voting by. tha girls. Gleason, who played the role' of "Minneapolis Fats" in "The Hustler," got the votes of nearly 26 per cent and was a heavy favorite among the boys, who went for him by a big 46 per cent. Judy Garland also has a warm spot among the boys. They gave her nearly 47 per cent of their votes in select' Ing the best supporting at ress. Her group vote came o 37 per cent, enough to put er at the top of the category, percentage points ahead of Uta Moreno. Judy was cited for ' her rignetta in "Judgment at [uremberg," and Miss Moreno for her'performance In West Slda Story." 2 Freights Collide, 5 Men Hurt PITTSBURGH W) -- Two Pennsylvania Railroad freight trains collided head-on in nearby Harmarville Wednesday. A spokesman said five crewmen were taken to Citi zees General Hospital In New Kensington while five others reportedly escaped' i n j u r y . There was no immediate report-on extent of injuries al though an attendant at the hospital said they didn't appear to be serious. The spokesman said a westbound train, traveling from Conway, Pa., to Haiti more, was headed for a sid ing when the crash occurred. It had a three-unit Diesel and 97-cars. The eastbound train, traveling from Harrisburg to Conway, had a three-Diesel unit and 48 cars. The spokesman said the first locomotive unit of each train was derailed. Harmarville is about 12 miles northeast of Pittsburgh. Kritish-Kiiss Film LONDON (UI)--The British Broadcasting Corp announced Wednesday it had entered an agreement with the Soviet central television service for joint production of a film devoted to the Soviet circus. 1F.YOU FIX THINGS, tell pcopli who need your service In "C*ll an Expert" In Classified.' Dial HE 2-5959 now. LOOKING toward the fu lure, you did a bit of crystal ball gazing and came up with your choices .as the - most promising newcomers among the young actors and actresses today. Warren Beatty was named most often as the most promising male newcomer, the choice of nearly 17 per cent He appeared In most promising female newcomer for her comic role In dor In the Grass" opposite Natalie Wood. Paula Prentiss was named by nearly 11 per cent as the "Bachelor In Paradise," the Bob Hope movie. That's hovr the voting came $280,000 Postal Robbery In England LONDON Mi-Six masked men slugged a post office . . . . ,, . driver with in Iron bar out In this year's poll. In our Wednesday and made off 1961 survey, you correctly picked Elizabeth Taylor, Burt Lancaster, and "The Apartment." for the top three awards. You just missed In the supporting roles, putting Shirley Jones and Peter Ui tlnov--the winners-- in sec ond place. with his truck containing stamps and postal orders worth 100,000 pounds ($280,000). A The looted truck was found abandoned a mile away, along with a stolen car used by the robbers In their getaway. lM« IMC*, CMM.I INDEPENDENT-P«g. 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