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fAGK I-NAUGATUCK NKWS (CONN.) MONDAY, MAH. 14, 1WO Uftbeaten Exchange-Takes Little Pal Crown Trim Eagles For Leg On News Trophy Exchange Club completed perfect undefeated sea-soii Satin day In the Little Pal Varsity Bus ketball-League by besting Eagle. 32 • 21. The' defeat dropped the de lending champion Eagles int ,'hird place in the final standing >ehind th e Knights of Columbus The Knights beat Kiwanis 33 - 1 to compile an 8 • 1 record. The Exchange gained a leg on he Naugatuck Daily News Tro shy by skimming through the schedule easily with (he big wini, being recorded over the Knights Marines, and Eagles. Exchange used its height to good advantage Saturday and UK all the way. George Goodwin hat 11 and Bob Balcer eight for the Winners and Tony Garlield eight for 'Eagles. Dave Hibbard scored 14 points and Fran Caulfield seven for K of C and Walt Cross had six fo Kiwanis in their contest Marines copped fourth place with a 3S - 20 romp over the Elks Club. Ron King hit 12 points and Bruce Hernia nine for Marines and Bill Zembruski scored seven for the Elks- Post 17 closed out the season's activity with a 22 - 12 win over winless Pond Hill. J immy Mccann led the scoring -parade tor * e . I ff ion with six to match the total of Joe Robiatti for Pond rim. Varsity Sanding (Final) Exchange K 01 C _. Eagles Marines ""_" " {. Falcons ""."<? Post 17 ~ _ "4 Kiwanis ._ ' ~ o Elks I~ " 2 Rotary __ ~" ~ ~~ f Pond Hiii -~~i:r;;~~ o JAYVEE LEAGUE" Kot C it r p Dullard, \i 1 2 4 Triano. If - —0 0 0 Brinchman, rf 306 a Fontane, rf -___: 000 Vatker, rf 0 0 Vilson, c 1 0 •mith, c 0 0^0 Caulfield. Ig 3 1 7 Edmonds, Ig 000 Hibbard, rg 6 2 14 \lonahan, rg _- 0 0 0 Totals 14 3 33 best game . Masons won the title last week with a perfect 7-0 record to eain a^eg on the Russ Weaving C. Lions and PAc will play-off /or the runnerup slot FMdayat 7 P, m. Benny Cormier led the Lions with 10 points and John Bielarczyfc had six for '-PAC with 1S seconds le VFW Post - «« v ; Cza P v , ljoki ha d six and John Farrar -three for Gold Star white Ken Churchill paced ., VFW with SIX. ' • -,'..• •Christoforo Columbo took an early 6-0 lead and staved off a Local 4o bid to win 3-G. Ed Clark Zane Czaplicki, Ed Dajerowicz, and Tony Stopper shared CCS scoring with Frank Lubanda and Jim Widuck tallying for 'the Jayvec Standing (Filial) Masons - 7° 0 • Lions ~~__ ~ 4 Local 45 _ " __~ 3 Gold Star _ "~ -i CCS 3 Y's Men ... 2 VFW ^_ I 2 RADIATORS Repaired by factory trained men. Guaranteed work Chuck's Friendly Service 581 No. Main St PA 9-8155 SECURITY Does 1'our Insurance Give Adequate Protection Today? Do You Have It? — Sc« NAUGATUCK INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Building Costs Arc Steadily Increasing F. IV. EATON, Slgr. Phono PArk fl-2080 KXCHANGK 0 B:\lccr If Marques Slomcenski rf Lyng Goodwin c 5 Ford 0 Colanxelo Ig 1 Arcsta • 0 Kennedy rg 2 Newman 0 Paplaushas 0 B. F. P 4 0 : 1 0 0 • 0 i 1 1 0 i o : 0 I 1 i 0 I 0 i 2 y. Tolals 15 EAGLES B. F. P Rado If 0 Litke 0 R. Garfield rf 1 Slehle 0 T. Garfield e 4 Clark 0 3raben IR 2 Brazicki 0 Harrison, rg 2 0 Camp 0 0 Totals 9 Score by .periods: Change - 9 12 3 21 agles 20 7 13 KIWANIS b f outhard, If 0 0 Smith, If : 0 o Walden, rf o 0 molenski, rf ! 0 0 icharoz, rf 0 0 •foonitsky, c 0 0 Costka, c o 0 :ross, Ig ____ 3 o tzpatrick, Ig \ o Granahan, rg _• i i Aliciene, rg ' o 0 Totals 5 i Score by periods: of C —„__ ,i_. <1 12 17 33 •Ciwanis ; 0 3 11 11 lossi Shoes Wins n Waterbury Test Playing under the name of loffii Shoes, the'Hillside. School "arsi'ty defeated'St. Antliony's at .itchfield 53-3S Saturday .in an peiring round game of the Wa- erbury 'North 'End YMCA' Faraci ournament-Grammar School Di- ision. ' • • . Rossi Shoes will play its next ame Saturday in the semi-finals gainst the Waterbury Central Y unions at 3 p. m. Wally Bazenas cored 14, Wayne Edmonds 10, nd Dick Hupprich 10 for the Mnners while Dave Dean canned 0 for St. 'Anthony's. Boxing Guild Will Honor Gerald Crean NEW BRITAIN, (UP!)—The Con- ecticut Boxing Guild announced oday it will honor veteran New iritain Herald Sports Editor Ger- id P. Crean at its annual spring inner May 3. Crean, sports editor since World Kir I. is the only president lo crve two straight terms on the onnecl icut Sports Writers Alliance. 'he dinner will ledges here. bo held at the X-Rays Taken On laymond Legenza X-rays wcrr being (liken lo- day on Kay I^ii<'n».n, NaiiKii- k lli.n'h a*.lil*'! dirr.f.tor, who is hospitalized with illness at Watcrbiiry Hospital. j>Ir. Legcnxa was reported in now! comlflion this morning at file hospital. Swimming couch Charles is pwjsenlly acling as Imsebiill coach in the interim. The squad is having condition- injf workouts in tins new gymnasium. Jlr. I^CKrnzii is head baseball anil football coach. Yankee Conference Champions COACH HUGH .GREEK and his Huskies of the University of Connecticut, champions of the Yankee Conference for the tenth consecutive year. The UConns compiled an 8-2 conference record, and a 17-9 overall mark. First Row (] to r) John Rislcy, Ed Martin, George Uhl, Coa«h Greer, Captain Jack Rose, John Pipczynski (I to r) John and Rollic Sheldon. Second row (I to r) Assistant Coach, Nick Rodis, Len Carlson, Bill Madison, Bob Countryman, Pete Kelly, Dave King, Manager Jim Hoo,| and Trainer, Dick Wargo. Cincy, California Meet Again In NCAA Tourney Minneapolis Earns Right To Engage Hawks In Playoffs Ohio St. vs. NYU In Other Semi-Fin al By GARY KALE Cincinnati and Oscar Roberta .he country's No. 1 player, looke "orward today to a revenge mee ng with California, the' nation 'op team, in the semi-finals of tl basketball tournament MONEY FOR SEASONAL EXPENSES... If You'll like our way of doing business because everything is arranged with an eye la your convenience. FAST SERV/CE Leans up to $600 TOMS UP TO M MONTH* G A C FINANCE •••y CORPORATION II A *7 Maple Stntt M^OACem f T.L PA* V-ttM -20 E. Mob Stivfl TW. flMt »•»!<• A IMO •« 1100 iwti $».« w*« p**Htr nr* II MMmMn MXIMy loiMflMllh * DOM Friday night at San Francisco. Ohio Slate and New York Un r crsity, missing from the tourne competition for many years, clas on the other half of the doubli bill in the Cow Palace. The wii ners play for the championshi Salurday..night. In the National Invitation Tou: nament at New York, top-scedc Bradley meets Dayton and defcn ling champion St. John's face Bonaventure in quarter - fina •ouml Tuesday night. All - American Oscar qualifie its Bearcats for a shot at detent ng champion California by bea ng Kansas. 82-71. in the Midwes egional final at Manhattan, Kan 5alurtlay night. Cincinnti lost I he Golden Bears in last year' cmi-tinalsi California Beats Oregon Coach Pete Newell's defensiv inded Bears copped the Fa Vest regional final with a 70-4 ictory over Oregon at Seattle Vash. California won the 195 ourney by edging West Virginia 1-7(1, in the title game Ohio Slate, appearing for Ih irst time since 1950, won th •ight to meet New York Unive siiy by walloping Georgia Tecl "i9. in the Mideast final Louisville. The Violets, who las ilayccl an NCAA tourney game i 9-16, beat Duke, 74-59. at Charlo e, N, C., for the Eastern s ional berth in the semifinals. Providence and Utah gaine semifinal slots in the. NIT. a Johnny Egaii led the New En antlers to a 64-53 revenge triump >ver St. Louis, and scoond-scetlc Utah Stale nipped Villiinovii. "2, in overtime on fluted play ly substitute Joe Worthen <ia.\ Perry. The winners nice 'hursdny night. Dayton Defeats Tcmpln In first - round clashes, Dayto vhlppcd Temple, 72-51, and S Jonavcnlurc, pat-ed by brother ;arn and Tom Stith, wilh 'J7 an 5 points respectively, won uvc loly Cross, 94-S1. In consolation battles for thir lace in Ihe regionals'. West Vir inia defeated St. Joseph's, lOb 00, in Ihe East; .Wester \cnlucky beat Ohio University 7-S7, in Ihc Mideast; DePaul Ac calcd Texas. G7-S1. in the Mit west, and Utah downed Sanl Clara, S9-S1, in Ihe Far West. Southwest Texas Slate dcfeate Wcslminster (Pa.) College. 66-4' lo win the NAIA championship : Kansas City. Mo. Tennessee Stale defending lillclist, trounced \Vil Main Jewell third place. (Mo.), 100-li5, foi Pro Scores By United Press InU'.rmiliiimil American Hockey League Springfield 3 Buffalo 1 Providence 3 Cleveland 1 Rochester 4 Hcrshcy 'i National Hockey League Boston 3 .Montreal 2 New York 2 Toronto 2 Chicago 1 Detroit 1 National BaskcthnH Assm-wiwi Syracuse 12f> Philadelphia 119 Minneapolis 114 Detroit 91) NAiUlO KOIsEKTSOX NEW YORK (UPI)—Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati. "The Big 0" with the big average and the briuhl prospects, today wns voted the United Press mfernnllonal's college basketball Plnyer-of-the-Year for the third straight season. SERVICE • SERVICE It's The Service After The Sale That Counts FRANK BIJ1CK • S E R V I C • SERVICE • SERVICE By United 1'ress International The pesky Minneapolis Lakers strutted in their playoff best Sunday and earned the right to meet St. Louis while Philadelphia and Syracuse battle it out for a deciding playoff berth tonight. Frank Selvy for 30 points series for the Western playoff, championships. and Elgin Baylor scored 25 when the Lakers downed Detroit, 114-99, to win the best-of-three series in two straight games. , Minneapolis again showed the post-season punch which carried it into the finals against Boston last year. Jim Pollard's crew will tangle with Bob Pettit & Co. at St. Louis Wednesday in the best- oE-seven Division Other contributors in the Laker triumph were Hot Rod Hundley and Rudy La Russo with 19 points apiece. Gene Shue led the losers with 27 points. . - v Tn Philadelphia tonight, Syracuse will try to duplicate Sunday's feat of holding Wilt Chamberlain to 28 points, almost 10 below par for the National Basketball Association's great record - holder. By keeping Ihe Warriors' 7-2 rookie in tow, the Nats evened the best-of-three series at one-all. Dolph Schayes, Syracuse's old pro, rose lo the occasion and tossed in 40 points besides grabbing 22 rebounds in the Nats' 125-1111 victory over Philadelphia. Johnny Ken- wilh 25 points and Hal Grcer with 23 also aided the Nat cause in the pressure-packed contest. Paul Arizin was high for Philly with 29 points. Guy Rodgers chipped in 20. Tonight's game will decide who meets Boston for the Eastern Division playoff title. Eastern IJivision Best-tw'o-oMhrco Series W. L. Philadelphia , • 11 Syracuse 1 1 Wcslern Division Resf-tM'o-of-three Series W. L. Minneapolis Detroit 2 0 0 2 O'Dell, Maris In Grapefruit League Starring Roles By FliED DOWiV United Press Inlernaliunal It's love at first sight as fa as Ihe San Francisco Giants am New York Yankees are concernct with Billy O'Dell and Roger Myris. O'Dell and Maris figured in (wo of the winter's biggesl deals aiit bolh made strong "first impressions" on their new bosses Sun- lay as Ihe Giants heal the Clevc- nnd Indians, 5-0. and the Yan- Kecs edged out the St. Louis Cardinals, 3-2. . Acquired From Ihe Baltimore Orioles with whom he had a 10-12 ccord lust season, O'Deli pitched he lasl three innings of the ".iants' second straight victory >vcr the Indians. He yielded an ighth-inning double to Jimmy 'iersall hut preserved the shutout anded over to him by 21-game .'inner Sam Jones and 12-gamc •inner Mike McCormick. Singles y Willie Mays. Willie McCovey nd Willie Kirkland and Eddie ressoud's Iriple were Ihe big lows in San Francisco's seven- it al luck. The Yankees trailed, 2-1, going to Ihc ninth inning and ap- 'iired headed [or their second raighl Grapefruit League loss, ui Maris, obtained in the big ven-playcr trade wilh Kansas ily, homered high over the right ?ld wall nl Si. Petersburg, Fla., H| Ihe winning run followed on Ed Titley Named To All-City Team AVATEREURY—Ed Titley of Naugatuck and standout forward on tills year's Sacred Heart High Basketball team, was named Sunday to the Waterbury Republican All-City team. • Titley scored an average of 22.3 points in six city games and hit for 16.7 points and a 318 point .total in 19 games. He stands 6-4 and 'is a senior. The others on -the team are Bruce Stamvich and Joe Ciricllo of Croft. Bob Brown of Wilby, and Dave Yurgaitis of Crosby. singles by Hector Lopez, Andy Carey and Johnny Blanchard. Fine pitching also was the order of the day in three of the other six exhibition games — the American League champion Chicago White Sox beating the Cincinnati Reds, 2-0, the Baltimore Orioles shading the Pittsburgh Pirates, . 1-0, and the Washington Senators defeating the Detroit Tigers, 4-1. The Los Angeles Dodgers walloped the Athletics, 11 - .i, the Milwaukee Braves beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 11-9. and the Boston Red Sox out-slugged Of NFL Transferred To St Louis By ALKX KAHN United I'rws* International LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The Chicago Cardinals, oldest 1 club the National Football League, were on their way to St, Louis today in a major franchise transfer Iliat reduced the Windy City to a one-team town. The league Sunday night, concluding its second winter meeting, unanimously approved moving the franchiso to St. Louis effective for the I960 season provided two conditions were worked out by April These called for a Satisfactory' stadium lease and arranging oJ television contracts for a St. Louis team, both expected to be concluded well before the date set for the transfer. Bears, Major Beneficiary Movement of the Cardinal franchise to St. Louis had been rumored, in advance of the winter meeting and denied by managing director Walter Wolfner who had unanimous consent of 12 'dubs to bring the to obtain the other switch before the league directors. The league in a move to bring in St. Louis, as well as open • up the blacked out Chicago market to television, agreed to compensate the Cardinals with 5500,000 for expenses involved in the transfer. With the Chicago Bears the major beneficiary of the cliange, through having the Windy City ts exclusive territory, owner George Halas agreed to assume the major share of the sum voted In compensate the Cards for the move. Move Hinted Saturday The Cardinal move was hinted Saturday when St. Louis brewer Joseph Griesedieck obtained a minority, interest in the team. And as part of the franchise move, he guaranteed the Cardinals the sale of 25,000 season tickets for the 1960 season. Pending construction of a new 90 million' dollar stadium ami civic recrealion area, the Cardi- inls plan to lease Busch Stadium which with temporary seating will accommodate 32,000 for football. The Cardinals were founded 64 years ago and pre-dated the Na- -ional Football League by almost 25 years.. In moving. Wolfner said his family Would retain the majority control. He also said the name of Cardinals would be continued. Basketball Officials Honor Swaffield At Banquet Tonight the - Chicago Cubs, other games. the HONOR PETE NEHTCI.L NEW YORK (UPI)—Pole Newell of California received the United Press International's "Ccach of Ihc Year" award Sunday night at the 27th annual dinner of the Metropolitan Basketball Writers Assn. The award, an engraved plaque, wa'S presented to Newell by UPI sportswritcr Norman Miller. Two More Feted; Propose 2 Borough MenForMembership The New Haven District Board of Approved Basketball Officials ' will 'hold its Annual Banquet .tonight at COJiti's "Restaurant in Milford. Tfcree ,jneri will bs honored during- the • evening festivities. Joe Bandiera, Coach of Notre Dame--Basketball Team will receive the Annual Award for outstanding Sportsmanship lor the 1959-60 Basketball season. Also honored .for '.'outstanding contribution to the advancement of High School Basketball in Connecticut" are: Harold Swaffield, ..Tournament Director and Consultant to the CIAC and Farnald Langdon, Principal of Ly- Tan Hall High School and an official of the CIAC, Other invited guests are: Brother Pacifus Halpin, Principal of Notre Dame-High School, Emory 3anzell, President ; of Wallace Silversmith and , former promi- lent -.Basketball .Official, Sal 'Red" Verderame, Coach of State Ohampiont Wilbur .Cross High School and Frank Crisafi, Coach of the recently crowned Class-- B State Champs, East Haven High. 'Candidates recommended for membership in the New Haven Board for the 1960-61 season are: Jack, Quint, ..William Scranton from Naugatuck; Steve Narracci, Vincent Gagliardi, Henry Heffernan, Richard Fodcro from East Haven; Ronald Rossetti, Joseph Cleary, John Velleca "from West Haven; John Slocum, Joe Ventresca, Joe Cavanaugh, Richard Walter-worth, from Waterbury; Pat Perrelli, Joe Panico from Hamden; Leo Franzman, Mike Violano from New Haven, a-n-1 Morgan Kmidscn from North Haven. : Newly elected officers of the Board are as follows: Herbert Winik, President; Fred Schipke, Vice President; James E. Coogan. Secretary - Treasurer; Carl A. Nastri, Assistant Secretary • Treasurer. Weekend Summary United Press Intemationul Saturday LOS ANGELES (UPI)—The National Football League bolstered its new entry, Dallas, by awarding it nine players, including quarterback Don Heinrich of the New York Giants and L.G. Dupre of the Baltimore Colts. MILWAUKEE (UPI) — Parry O'Brien broke his world indoor 16- pound shot put record with a heave of 62 feet, 5 inches at the Journal track games. MELBOURNE, Australia (UPI) —Murray Halbert of New Zealand won the John Lnndy mile in 4:03 at the Melbourne athletic meet. Herb Elliott and Merv Lincoln withdrew from the race because of illness. PALM BEACH, Fla. (UPI)— Pancho Gorizales scored his 28tH victory in 30 matches by defeating Alex Olmedo, 6-1, 6-4, at the Everglades Club, . : BOWIE, Md. (UPI) — Charles- gate, a 38-1 shot, won the $28,000 Bowie Handicap when .Yes. You Will, who finished first, was:disqualified. .. Sunday LOS ANGELES (UPI)—National Football League owners approved an all-star game sponsored by the American Football Coaches Association. AUGUSTA, Ga. :(UPI) — Fay Crocker held a three stroke lead in the 21st annual women's titleholders' championships. She has a three-round score of 227. STOWE, Vt. (UPI) ^--Hias Leit- ' ner of Austria won the international ski races' combined championship although he did not win any of the three single events. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UPI)— Jose Becerra, World' bantamweight champion, wound up training for his 10-round non-title fight with Ward- Yee at the Coliseum. PENSACOLA, Fla. (UPI) — Arnold Palmer of Ligoriier, Pa. sank a 35-foot birdie putt on the final hole to win the $15,000 Pensacola Open golf tournament. The first Olympic Winter Games of modern times were held in France in 1924. • :• THE SALEM TODAY AND TOMORROW GAZEBO* «M. CARL REINER , FORD/REVnOlOS Shown at 1:55 — 5:35 — 9:20 Edward G. Robinson-Joan Collins Rod Stcifjer - Eli Wallach SEVEN THIEVES Who Robbed Monte Carlo? Shown tit 3:40 — 7:35 TOBYTYIE ;1 CIRCUS •Biff'Folks 75c Little Folks 50c •A p&atant paxt ofmod&ut, Handy phones in all the right places Can you think of anyone in your family who WOULDN'T enjoy having more extension telephones? Teenagers, for example, really appreciate the precious privacy that comes with having telephones of their own. Luckily, the cost is so little that you can have extension telephones wherever your family will enjoy them. SI A MONTH — that's all you pay for each extension phone in the color you choose (after a one-time-only charge at. the time of installation). Call our business office for details. — The Southern New England Telephone Company. Extension lodern comfort. Keditdv Phonef add privacy and protection. Ixttnsioni arc handy in basement workshop or laundry. A Kitchen Phon* is wonderlul step-saver. TMI MOST PLEASANT HOMES HAVE JUST THE RIGHT PHONES Oiaveyounoticed-it.too?)

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