Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 2, 1951 · Page 6
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PAGE L 6—NAPOATUCK NEWS (CONN.), MONDAY, AI'IUI, 2, 195] THE SCOREBOARD * Yankee Pre-Seoson Slump No Index To Future Power By IfARRY GItAYSON Sports Editor .' NEW, .YORK—(NEA)-. Joe.' Di- 1W cnt into a batting tail-spin jTavcvlrv «*lrln»t hit Vi« -». n l~-u* -At "n,~ W-AI-WIJ,., I.H41 OjJlu Magglo didn't hit .his weight at the outset.'this spring.; Stanley 'Musial had;..a string of hitle'ss times at Other established veterans got off slowly, but those most interested weren't concerned. The seasoned hands are, only-getting in' shape. They'll open fire ,when the real shooting begins. Harry Heilmanri, who led the American League four times in eight campaigns, j practically was an •'••AH- America .out* in his many training trips wjth the Tigers; But comfe' April 17, or whenever it was, the; pitchers couldn't get him out with; V; boomerang. . - - %,,. . Heilmann didn't — no' stickout slugger : does — worry about being short-changed in -the hit .department while warming up -for the main event. Take what they might suspect was a base knock, away from one of them in a championship game, however, and you'll hear the rquawk all the way around the league. That one counts, goes into the Records, contributed something toward where the club finishes, it's the'ljall .player's groceries. The're are, of course', spring hitters who have to be largely confined to the dugout once the pitch- ers'take command.. Pitchers and batters will tell you. they "frequently ;:loa'e their stuff and sharpness for a week or 10 days after, leaving the sunny south. They canjt. explain, .but it takes them that.--' length of time to settle down,;to the business at band. It is during this brief stretch that a youngster is likely to press. iiave -you tried laying one down?" asked his Columbia coach, Andy .Coakley. The sturdy young man destined to become the Iron Horse that afternoon .beat out two bunts to the third baseman, and promptly resumed his bombardment of the- stands. , Everybody knows .secret of hitting. timing is the Irish" Mallane Wins in First Sound By Knockout Of Nelson Union City's '-'Irish Pat" Mallane, 133, was a -first round knockout winner Saturday night in the Waterbury Sport Center. He defeated "Red Top" Nelson from Hartford in a scheduled four-round bout. Mallane is said to be the best local ring discovury In recent years. Beach Jones, 168, of Naugatu'jk, met Joe Plouffe, 169, Waterbury,- to battle to a four-round draw that included some extra-curricular action. Jones was staggered in the first round by a blow from Plouffe but the Beachcomber came baok in the second to drop the Waterbury fighter for the count of eight with a terrific right to the chin. At the end of the third they wrestled right through the bell and in the „„ ^ ,,,000 rourtn . Plouffe fell through the haridieap'himself mechanically"!' run \ r °P es an , d had to be rescued. the risk of injury In a scheduled eight rounder, If. is the slump' any time from Charley Early, welterweight fighting out of Brooklyn, N. Y., defeated Tommy Ciarlo, Waterbury, in a mid-season on that the superior performer seeks to avoid, hastens to cue, for that's when it hurts most. Such a little thing can throw a hatter off that it is hard to detect. Naturally, the batter doesn't realize he >d doing it. He doesn't get next to himself until they start getting him out. Usually an observer can see the fault. It's like a professional golfer going to another pro. A batter can "be /striding too long or too short, swinging or stopping the bat a little too soon or too late. He can be standing too far -from or close to the plate. Stateness could be the caues, which is why rest is prescribed. •When not-lacing the. ball as he did -to- win 12 American League batting championships, Ty Cpbb had kids throw to^ him long before, batting practice." The Georgia Peach started -bunting, just meeting the ball. Then he aimed just toYmeet-the bail and hit it through the: .pitchers' box,, did thai until he.-.g-ot his timing back. /Xpung fellows in a slump often are given so much advice that they become all mixed up. 'Once, early in his illustrious ca- one-point majority decision Referee Frankie O'Brien, 37-38. of Shad Season Opens; Good Fishing Seen Old Saybrook,. April 2—(UP)— The shad season for Connecticut's commercial fishermen officially opened at sundown .last night. The .first shad of the year, a two- pound buck, was caught by Arthur Gilbert but as is usual on the first day the shad were not plentiful. Fishermen are agreed, however that a good season was in the offing. The annual migration of shad northward appears heavier than usual, according to experts. GRAHAM SUBSTITUTE . Billy. Graham will be substituted by Lightweight Champion Ike Williams in the 10 round bout against Welterweight Fitzie Pru- dn April 11 in the Chicago Stadium, the International' Boxing Club announced yesterday. Graham is being treated for an attack of r«.er v with the Yankees, Lou Gehrig | virus pneumonia, the IBC said. Salem Next 3 Days •V Scene from*"Born Yesterday" starring Judy Holllday who won «n O«car.for her outstanding: .work in this great picture which-open Tues- Salem playhouse. > • .. -..;' . ! . " '..-. BY J. ,B. S WHJUAMS FOOTSTEP.S TO.FAME—Basketball or baseball, it's just a gam.s to Princeton's sophomore sensation, Dave Sisler. son of the immortal George and brother pf the Phillies' Dick. A key man on this court, Dave is expected to anchor the Tigers' mound staff this year. As a freshrnan, he gave up two earned runs in 49 innings, tossed a no-hit, no-run game, compiled »- 6-0 record. (NEA) Azalea Golf Tourney Taken By Mangrum With Score Of 281 The Azalea Open golf tournament was won yesterday by Lloyd Mangrum, Chicago professional, who Docketed $2,000 in the winning take. He scored a closing 78 for a 281 total in Wilmington, N. C. The award was delayed 45 minutes while the rules committee judged over a possible rules infraction. A three-way tie for second resulted in Jim Perrier, San Francisco; Jimmy Turnesa, Briarcliff, N. Y.; and Ed Furgol, Royal Oak, Mich., each receiving $1,066.66, all scoring a 282, one stroke behind Mangrum, After Mangrum completed the last hole, a question arose whether he played with the limit of 15 clubs. He said, while the committee was deliberating, that he planned to change putters after he 'took a 38 on the first nine but when told of the rule, he kept his old butter. By unanimous decision, the committee decided there was no infraction. If the committee had decided otherwise, he would have been eliminated. Earl Stewart, Jr., Dallas, Texas, the leader by a stroke at the .start of the final round, ended up yesterday in a three-way tie in fifth place with a 75 and a total of 283. Other entrants were Otto Grener, Baltimore; Henry Ransom, St. Andrews,'111., and Mr. Stewart, all of whom won $606.66. This was the tightest finish .in recent PGA history, with 10 players behind three strokes going into the last nine holes. Mangrum was seven under par for the 6,652 yard Cape Fear Country Club course and scored 69-7268-72. He began the day in second place behind Stewart. Indians Strengthen Infield In Trade Deal For Stirnweiss General Manager- Hank Greenberg of the Cleveland Indians yesterday announced that Infielder Freddv March of the Indians was traded to the St. Louis Browns for Infielder George (Snuffy) Stirn- weiss and Merrill Combs. He said a considerable amount of cash was sent along with'Marsh. ; Marsh last year hit .300 with Oklahoma City. Stirnweiss won the American League batting crown in 1945 when he wa^ with the New York Yankees. Later he was traded to the Browns: His hitting .record Ingt season was .216 and field ing, .975. « Combs was with the Pacific Coast league and hit 216 and fielded 932 "The swap -was made Greenberg •^rt'-.to strengthen the Indian in field. Uconn Sports Opens Sat. With Army Game; Others Start Soon Storrs, April 2—Varsity baseball will be the only sport functioning at the University of Connecticut during the next two weeks, as members of seven other squads await their opening contests; . . ., Coach J. O. Christian's 18th.dia- mond squad, having just completed a four-game Southern practice tour during spring vacation, will open the 'intercollegiate:- phase .of its schedule against Artny at Westpoint, Saturday. A.week later the Ucorinjj will be host'to Brown. After that there'll, be ; baseball two to four,; times a' 'week; until • the f-Jcohns close their season by playing .Holy Cross here-June &''.."; Varsity golf will be the next ; spor.t to get underway. .The defending Yankee Conference champs will meet Clark -at Worcester April 16. The first varsity tennis 'match', is slated for April 18, when the. Ucohn netters oppose Brown liere. The freshman tennis team meets' Wesleyan two days later.'' ' •'' ; B.oth the varsity and the frosh track teams also win make their debuts-April 20, when they take on University of Massachusetts squads here. " • - ' ••• .. Freshman baseball does not begin until April 23, when-the Ucbnn yearlings take on the.school's Waterbury Branch here. ' The frbsh golfers open against Nichols Junior College April 25 at the Willimantlc Country Club. Bad, weather put a crimp in Christian's baseball campaign and he was forced to go South without having seen his squad work as a unit. But barring further setbacks, the veteran mentor expects .his team to pick up rapidly this week now that it has some action behind it. , Chevez Ffeto Willie Pep of Hartford will meet Willie Chavez, from-San Jose at the San Francisco' Cow Palace Friday, April 27' B HKyne announced last, night Benny Ford Kyne s matchmak er said Pep has been guaranteed $15,000 or 30 per cent of the gate The .signing for the bout took pla-e vesterdar It will be Pep s first fight in San Francisco, -Ford said. Chevez has been declared t Mexican sensation and defeated Enrico Bolonas of Mexico Citv last week. " - DONATQ DINNER Bill Schofield former football and basketball coach ' at Crosby High School Waterbury will be the'guest speaker at the'testimon- ial dinner of Charles (Ripper) Donato at Diorio's Restaurant, Wate- bury, -Monday Apnl 16 Donate, sports coach at Leavenworth High School for the past three seasons has been recalled by the Air Force and will report to Stewart Field, Newberg, N. J., where ho will serve as training,officer. . .,_ LICENSE HEARING '.'. Alexander J. Harvey, 19 Carroll street, has been notified 'to appear in Waterbury City Court Thursday morning at 10:30 o'clock for a. hearing. His license wa's suspended on Aug. 30, 1948, for operating a car under the influence of liquor.' Menus For Cross Street Cafeteria Me.nus.for the, ^>veek at the Cross street school cafeteria including 1*2 ,to..l-3 of ' the day's nutritional recfu^reKnerit'. -values are announced by Mrs. -Theodore .A. Schrader, dietician, as follows: Tuesday, tomato • juice, home baked" beans with pork Boston style, frankfurt rings,, garden relish', spring .vegetable salad with French dressing, -whole wheat, bread and butter, orange tapioca cream, milk. . - , _:• Wednesday, vegetable o'eef soup,' banana and peanut 'butter sandwich, grilled cheese and .pickle sandwich, ^chocolate cake with blushing pink butter icing, apples, milk: Thursday, roast lamb, gravy, buttered green peas, mashed potatoes,. cranberry sauce, bread and butter, cherry cobbler, milk. Friday, fruit juice, salmon and celery salad sandwich, buttered shoe string beets, baked potato with butter cube, ice cream; milk. Rubber, Chemical In Playoffs Tonight The Industrial League playoffs for 'the champion of the second half will be played on the Naugatuck YMCA 'court tonight at 7 o'clock, not Tuesday night as originally reported.. . U. S. Rubber will play Naugatuck Chemical. Indoor Practice For Little league Tues. The second indoor practice workout of the Peter J, Foley Little Leaeue will be held Tuesday night at'7 o'clock, Ed "Mariano said today. . About 1,0 attended; last week's session. All battery men from the Yankees, Dodgers, Braves and Red Sox are asked to report. President Meets President .,,,„, •.-•••"•••• : (NBA Telephoto) Arriving in Washington, President Vincent Auriol (left) of France is met by President Truman at Union Station. Auriol's visit marked the first time a French chief executive had visited the II. S. while in office Naugatuck Aerie Of Eagles Nominate The Naugatuek Aerie of "Eagles will meet tonight at 8 o'clock to nominate officers it was announced yesterday by William Stokes, secretary. . ; -.-' During the meeting at the Eagles home, a committee will be ns-med to select the Eagles Mo.thcr of the year for 1951. - . /CONFERENCE ' • West Hartford—The Connecticut State Association for Childhood Education will be held" at the Webster school April 7. A day-long conference is planned: • . SIGHT .ROR SORE EYES—Saddened'and bloody, Austria's: Joe (Teicten broadcasts to his native land after dropping a 15 : round decision and the European heavyweight championship to Great Britain's Jack Gardner in London. Weiden's eye is completely ; : v~"'."•'" '. . '•-. closed. (NEAV WINS IN K. C.—Re-elected fc* a third term as mayor of Kansas City, Mo., William E. Kemp declares his victory ends the threat of Pender'gastism there. He led the coalition, non-partisan Citizens Association ticket to its sixth straight success against the Penflerg&ct machine. Tel. 81144 For Running Times Contlnnous Jlaily 1:30 to 11 P. M. S A I E Pt AYKOU8JB Tiies., Wed., Thurs. - '"•-•""•• irikunw-vHS & BRDDERICK -< HOLLIDAY- HOLDEN • CRAWFORD on Ih. State Play t» GAHSON KANIN '•'. Co-Feature "Hunt The Man Down" Also Pete Smith Specialty Today: "Vendetta" and "Mad Wednesday" Frl.-Sat.—"13th letter" and "Silver City Bonanza" ^^===!^^^ . ALCAZAR Cont; Performance 6 to 11 p. m. Starts Tomorrow THWLUMG ROMANTIC MUSIC/U. TREAT! American construction- crews m Turkey are building air bases that will place the free world's bombers within-one hour's'flymg time of the-main oilfields of Russia and her sa'elhtes, and wHhin three hours of Moscow itself Much t)f the work is top sebret Newsmap above shows locat en of four major airfield construction projects, biggest of which is Adana, one of the best locations in the M«uterranean from the standpoint of supply and natural defense Seaborne supplies to Adana can TC protected by fighter screens from Crete and Cyprus. Defensively, the Turkish air base will guard jth? great Middle East oilfields .and, complete W.estern air defense for the Eastern Mediterranean and the Suez Canal In the Canal Zone itself, the Allies are building underground hangars at airfields ~ - • from which planes might also bomb Russia in even! of,war. _..-. ----.-—„. '' . .Spending?,. Sunjdayi-in.Wew; Tow ity were Miss fjilda Edquist, Mjes Mary<- Sodloski. ; . Mrs. linjma Hat•is, Miss Ethel, Brown, Miss Edjft. L-Iouseknbcht,; -'Mrs.' ;E.d ^sr dVJ. O'Donnell, . Mrs. Irving Baaue:ia.iiij>, and Miss ;Dorothy O'Donnell. " - FKOZEN Firemen were called out at 2:20 his morning to proper.ty.'.owned -by iVilliam Oldakowski and occupied by Celia - S.truclnskt, ;98 Bridge -treet, where an ; electric ice box motor, froze. Only the motor was damaged, firemen reported- today. GAS STATION St. Louis — The nation's first "drive-in" gasoline filling station was believed opened in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1905. CONTINUED CASE Joiin Currier, 20, 147 Ward street, was given a continuance in Waterbury City Court Saturday to April 19, by Judge, James R. Lawlor. He is charged with violation of road rules. Too Late To Classify Employment Help Wanted — Female WASTKD —2 women for part time work in local laundry & dry cleaning store. Excellent wages, working conditions. 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