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PAGE 4—NA1DGATCCK NEWS (CONN.), WEDNESDAY/APB. 4, 1951 Eighth Annual Banquet 01 Bowling LeagiN The eighth annual banquet of the American Division of the Naugatuck Dusty Bowling League will be held Saturday evening, April 7, at 6:30 o'clock in Eagle hall, Oak street, Harold MacDor.ald, secretary, announced today? Toastmaster" at the- dinner will be William Dillane of Waterbury, Bristol Co. representative- in the league. Chemical is the winner this year of the Industrial League and winner of the second half of the competition. U.S. Rubber took the honors of the'first half. In the final listing of the teams, U. 8. Rubber, in the first half, won 32 and lost 10. The others, in order of standing were: Chemical, Megins, Synthetic, EMI Co., Post Office, Bristol Co., and Risdon. The second half .ended with Chemical on top with 33 wins and nine-losses. -The "others -lined up •as: U.S. Rubber, Synthetic, EMI Co., Megin's, Post.Office and Risdon. . Top man in the first half was • Edwin Barrows with 158 and the cccond half leader was Art Gruber- tnan with 178. High scorers in individual high three games. were Manello in the 'first half and'Marcelliis in the second. Individual high average leader: in the first half was Bill Taylor and second half, Stan Bottorf. Prize winners were: Bill Taylor, TV Wilkes, E. Barrows, Pronoyost, : Chemical, and U. S. Rubber, in the first half; S. Bottorf,-L; Triano, A. Gruberman, R. Schofield, Chemical and U. S, Rubber in the second half. ic Ike Williams To Defend Title May 11 (By United Press) The International Boxing club is expected to announce shortly that Ike'Williams will defend .his lightweight title against James Carter on May 11 in New York. The Pennsylvania State Athletic commission says it learned this today from Frank Palermo, Williams' manager. The commission says Palermo also said 'that if Williams beats Carter he will defend against Art Aragon at Los Angeles on June 19. I£ Williams whips Aragon,. he'll defend a third time in. August against featherweight., king., Sandy Saddler or Percy Bassett. New Football Coach In Meriden School Meriden High School has a new football coach. The job went to Raymond Legenza of Thompsonville. Legenza ; succeeds . Anthony Panciera who quit last fall after his team failed to win a single Legenza is a University of Connecticut graduate and is studying for his M. A. at Springfield college FAIR WARNING—Lt. John H. Hongen, of Minneapolis, Minn., ponders a roadside sign posted at the front in Korea by "Peck's _• • • Bad Boys." IT'S.Sb DAFFY IT'S A DILLY — Yep - that's snow — deep snbw^andlhose, are, real daffodils pushing their vyay through it. La.ltle Jennifer Sconce admires the determined blooms which are •toeing'grown for^the annual Fuyallup, Wash., daffodil festival. Coach Says Remove "WinComplex w fe Eliminate Bribery witrhwt y ttr S ^° ( 5: tstop and i^, the . Class C Western Association in batting with 383, the 19-year: w£.l *£ ™i>™ F mm £ rc ,?l^°. k ,. la> w ls touted M the.wccessor to Joe DiMaggio in center field, if and when the Clipper retires. Galled the best young player, in baseball, he opened the spring exhibition aeries there.. .(NEA) "' '- • New Haven Girls Outscqre Naugatuck In Y Pool Swim Meet :The New Haven; YW-CA Girlls Swimming team >.ed by, Joan, Van- dermaelan and .-. Lois Paradise, seemed to be too strong for the local girls at the! swyn~ meet Friday at the Naugatuck-YMCA.,They took first places and n few seconds to out-score N^.ugatuck e by ah impressive 42-24. 'Those who starred for ths 1 locals were Jan Leopard, Lois Ratkiewich and _ Beverly Klambt. Summary: 120 yd Medley Relay—Naugatuck Beverly Klambt, Lois Ratkiewich, and Jan Leopard, time 1:25.2. 40 yd Frestyle — Leopard, (N) Lois Ratkiewich, (N) and Lois Lynck, N. H. Time 24.1. 40 Yd Breaststroke—Joan Van- dermaelan, • (N.H.) Lois Ratkie- wich, (N) and Bunny Sarenson, (NH>. Time 28.5. ; 100 Yd Frestyle—Jan Leopard, (N), Lois Lynch, (H) and Ginger Moehl, (NH). Time 1:11.2. Diving—Bunny Sarensen (NH) Joan Vandermaelan, (NH) and Helen Linskey, (N). 40 Yd Backstroke—Elaine Losty INH), Ginger Mochl. (NH) and Beverly KlambL Time 28.8. 120 yd Individual Medley—Joan Vandermaelan (NH), Lois Ratkie- wicli, (N) and Beverly Klambt (N) Time 1:40.5. 160 Yd Relay won by New Haven. Carol Lynch, Elaine Losty, Lois Lynch, and Lois Paradise. Those swimming for Naugatuck were Nancy Foiey, Judy Foley, Betty Mabaika, and Jane Gabrielson. -•" ; - -Exhibition Freestyle 40 Yds., Marian Swiman (NH) Linda Ekland (NH) and Eetty Fowler (N); CCNY May Curtail Garden Basketball (By United Press) President Harry Wright of City College of New Tork says he will recommend that his school not play any more basketball games Madison Square Garden. "I intend to recommend to the board of higher education," says Wright, "that we should discontinue all basketball activities in Madison Square Garden." The board controls CCNY policies. Wright denies, having made a statement last week that CCNY would return to the Garden if the board permitted. Wright was credited with the statement when New York university, Sij. John's and Manhattan anno'unced they would again play in the Garden despite the recent bribery scandal. THE SCOREBOARD WITH-A LURE—Arriving in iNew York by s*ir, Metror Opera tenOTYSe? Syaaholm and Scandinavian Airljne? •hortess Kirsten Hox try?out a pair of lures—ScandihavianBronze ^A«e>horns that dJrtrfroni between 1500 and 400 B. C. The p»c- i turetdue tiistruments> bielieveo to be the first ever brought to ,-wiU^-dJwlw«d>inrN«wi^ork. They were used 3000 o'to' invoke-tfie/ 5 gods -at -sowing and harvest->festivaw,-Ior cult rites and_perhaps in fighting and hunting. ^__^. , Industrevue Shaping Up For Big Success The Industrial Council. met. yesterday' 'for its usual bi-monthly meeting with Anthony Max presiding,'at the YMCA. Reports 1 were given on the Industrial Basketball League playoffs between U. S. Rubber and Chemical and on the Sports Night 'to be held Eriday evening this week iin- d.er the, chairmanship of Otto Jensen. Reports were also given on the bowling league and the banquet to be held Saturday. . 'The Industrevue program.is\slat- ed to be a success,''Tom ..Dillon chairman, annnounced at the- meeting. • Because of surplus work, 'another 'meeting will be held Tuesday noon, April 10 in the'Naugatuck Y. Galento Featured In Tag-Team T.wo-Ton Tony Galento, -one', ol the \few .boxers to put Joe Louis oh the deck for a. count when the Bomber was -world's champion will appear in a. ta£ team wrcst- ling match- at the Waterbury Sports Center next ^Tuesday night Galento will team up with George Lenijian, of Boston, agains Chick Garibaldi and Eddie Zaharis in what should he .a wow oE a bat tie. ^.Other matches on the program include two 30-minute events be tween Chief Little Fox and'F. Ab'e Coieman, the -New York -veteran and Felix Kohhke, Chicago, vs. the Mighty Yousuff, champion of Tur key. , ' Action will begin at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday night and Promoter Tony Pabli expects a banner' cro*rd' to attend. Jockey Blown From Horse 104th Way To Lose Money By HARRY GRAYSON NEA Sports Editor New York—(NEA)—When False Hope lived up to his name at Bay Meadows the other afternoon, throwing Johnny Longden and trying to clear the fence, there-were 103 ways for the best horse to lose. . •.,.-..'•• ••• There he was until they pulled him off—a horse riding a rail.. Until False Hope found -this new method of destroying par-mutuel tickets, turf sages contended there were 102 ways for the favorite to blow the duke. A thoroughbred perfectly fit in the paddock can develop a .fever going to the post. He can be left at the post. He can stumble at the start, be knocked off stride,: go to his knees, fall. He can Io.se a shoe. The saddle cloth can slip. He, can bear out on a turn, run into a iblind switch when a hole closes and have to be taken up. He can "bleed," bow a tendon, pop an osselet, break a leig or step in a. hole and twist an ankle." Famous jockeys have let up or pulled up, mistaking another, post for the pi-oper finish. Graybeards speaking from sad experience argued that there were 301 ways for a.runner to blow the top prize when Trainer Bob Collins found- another.-new. formula.-for^doing it at Gulfsti-eam.Park the other day Lone Sentry turned, into the stretch three .lengths ahead. At this point Apprentice Leonard Jacquez reached bade with- ; 'his whip to remind the sprinter that Ihe straightaway still lay ahead. The sudden movement aggravated an old injury suffered during World War II. The b9y threw his shoulder out of joint, was not only unable to help Lone Sentry in the drive, but actually was lucky to hang on at all with his one good arm, finishing second. With another New York racing season launced at Jamaica, the boys were recalling the many ex- k-aordinary ways hoss players have helped themselves to, go broke. Horace Wade, the racing secretary and tub thumper, topped them all. "A few years ago., on a a raw afternteon at Roekinghain SPark, a 4-5 favorite, Singing Slave, lee by four lengths at the head of the sLretc.h with Warren Yarberry rid- ng as close as a horseman on! a tatue," relate^ Wade. "Past the tands the filly twinkled, with the est of the field floundering behind her. Some of her supporters aced for the cashiers' windows.'It iure looked like a pay day for hem. As far as they were concerned the race was finished. "Only a miracle could beat Sing- ng Slave, and you're right, it hap- >ened. With four lengths to spare ind no more jumps to travel, a lurricane, shunted up the coastline "rom Florida, vented its fury 6n Rockingham Park. "Singing Slave reeled from the mpact, then battled on determinedly, but she did it alone. ."Before 10,000 pairs of unbelieving eyes, the heavy wind lifted Back From Florida Jockey Yarberry completely out:of the saddle, turning him end over •nd in the infield." Why don't more horse players cut their throats? Stove loses |0 To (Srllrs •The Valley .'Grill .shutout Beth iny Stove 3-0 in, the feature match ?f last-night, moving into seconc p.lace ; ini the: Commercial Bowlfhg League."- Louis 'Tfiano starred forf the Grillers with a 378 set at An nenburg's .Alleys. F. Bachinsky'; 329 was Sine losers' best bet. Gerald's, Appliance strengthenec their'hold, on first place with on< week remaining by .blanking Al' Smoke Shop, 3 to ><X. ;Gerald Jacewicz planed .346:for three games t lead ; his mates while Al Borgni had 313 for Al's Smoke Shop. V, Annenburgfs -Alleys swispt thei three games from the Fuel Co Mickey Conner's 347 set stood ou for the .winners; Murphy's Package won thei match 39-'to 0 from the A & P. Tom Kelly and Bill : Gristelio* i-olled 33 sets to feature for Murphy's, whi! Larry Mambrino was high mar, for the,A.&P with 323. _ The; team standings are: Gerald's Appliance;' Valley Gril Bethany Stove, Annenburg's Alley; Murphy^ Packa -A •& F, Al Smoke Shop, Naugatuck Fuel Col Almost all , the energy, .for pro ductibn of the" "atomTc"elements v a Oak Ridge, Tenn., came from coal (By United Press) One of the most successful.bas- ketball coaches in the country has a few' suggestions to make in An effort to prevent further bribery scandal's. Young Lou Rossini made them last, night at a banquet honoring him as coach of tfte year in a poll of .Philadelphia, basketball writers. Rossini, who led Columbia through a 22-game, unbeaten regular season; says the emphasis should, be.taken off the "win complex." The 29-year-old coach also recommends setting up uniform academic standards' throughout the country. Rossini says, "We can't have various conferences working along different lines." Even as Rossini made his suggestion, New York District Attorney, Frank Hogan had his men searching for three men involved in the recent scandal. Hogan identified, a fourth suspect. He is William Ri vlin, who already has served a prison term for the same offense. Rivlin was convicted of trying to "fix a game in January of 1949. The plan fell through when George Washington's Pave Shapiro, in cooperation with detectives set a trap for Rivlin and' three other men. Pond Hill Wins, To Enter Championship The Pond Hill Midge'ts defeated the Pearl Street Midgets last night, 33-32, in an overtime game in the Pearl Street Community Club tourney, ,Waterbury. Roy Stinson sunk ;the winning basket in the last 2.0. seconds of the overtime period. The Pond Hill .quintet will play the Tdrrington Vets on the same club court for the championship of the tournament on either Satur-i day or Monday evening. Frank Monahan starred for the victors with 11 points and F. Cole- tnan led the losers with 15 points. JOHN GALESKI, veteran pro it the American Brass Employes Association Golf Club, who has •eturned from. Florida and is ready, for the opening of the local course on, Saturday. ^ Irnold College Meets Vagrter Tomorrow Due to the : postponement of the t. Jjqhn's-Arnold baseball game cheduied for Dexter Park in rooklyn today, the Arnold Ter- ers will open the hitting season gainst , the Wagner College Sea- awks tomorrow afternoon at 3 'clock. , ' ' ' The'^Ajrhold nine, itching for ae- i6n because of its long practice ampaign dating back to the first week in February, 'will meet a ormidable. opponent in Wagner. Tli'e Seahawks haye already chalk- d, iip their, jirst; win of the. season, Cutting out "St. Peter's college 1-0 if Monday, April 2. ';•'..' Coach --Herb Sutler of Wagner ias an array -of. pitching, talent his season. -Five of his mound taff are returning lettermen — D,on Finley, Ziggy Wachsmuth, Bob 'ennamacrbor, Burt Helgesbn and Murray Resnicli. • Arnold will open its home debut irii April 11, meeting Hillyer col- ege at Washington Field, and go against New Haven State Teachers in April 13 at Bow.en field in New Haven. Yale Player Speaker At League Banquet .Only one week is left to reserve tickets for the combined Father and Son and Little Pro Basketball banquet to be held at Naugatuck YMCA on April 17. Tickets for the players in the league will be handled through their coaches. Ai other boys, and all Dads must purchase their tickets at the "Y before April 12. A turkey dinner will be served. . ' Jerry Labriola, Yale basketball player, -will speak on his expetiences with the team and show pictures of •some Yale games. Efforts are being made to obtain pictures o the. Yale-Columbia game. Harry Benham will act as master of cere monies for the affair, and Rey, Matthew Gates will lead the singing-^ '.: ... ; '-.'.. .• : NEW SOCKS—Manager Steve O'Neill inspects the form o* Rmy Scarborough, who with left-handed Bill Wight is expected to give the Red Sox the added pitching strength required to win the American League pennant. Both were acquired from the White •."'.'. Sox. (NEA) • DEFENSE REASON (By United Press) Soviet air power is the chief reason for quick completion of civilian defense preparations. That's the opinion of Governor -John Lodge. spoke before Rotary' club members and guests at Bridgeport yesterday. pl To Limit Deer lunting Season Here (By United Press) ,.n attempt to .limit, the deer- hunting season in. Connecticut to tllfr month of Pecember has .failed. /A bill to that'effect was,Skilled :oday by the ; -. ; House of Bepreseh- ;atives. The season will continue p run from l ljec;r 17, to .Jan.. 31. j : -Alsb^ killed;?tod & y were' two -.bills jutting- more'' teeth 'into slaws preventing jacklighting for deer. CATCHES MINOR TROUBLES BEFORE THEY BECOKI MAJOR OPERATIONS en •m Scheduled Apnl 11 1 'Jhe. .Farmington.' Valle.y ^Kennel Clxib, Iiift. r: W;Ul,hold its. .regular all- jreed AKC " sanctioned match on Wednesday evening, April 11, in the Town Hall auditorium,' on East Main street, Meriden. Judges: are Mrs/ Robert Tongren of Canton wHp will do Working, Non-Sporting and Toy dogs; and Mrs. John Tjjilgus of L,itchfield, who is scheduled to. judge tte Sporting, Hound ah"d Terrie'r classes and groups. =Judging will start "at S' o'clock. '" * ' " JAPANESE" ENTER A four man Japanese marathon team, headed by • Japanese champion Shigeki Tanaka of Hiroshima, airrived in 'Sa'n IFYkriclsco;. today. It Will compete in ikhe 55th Boston marathon oh April 19! We; prM*t trtftM 1. 2. S. lM9Mt tani tut dm 4. 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