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PAQg 6—JJAIJGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1951 Yanks Rained Otit Yesterday; Shea To Work Against Brooks JHls scheduled start against the .Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday rained out, Naugatuck's Frank -Spec" Shea wi)^ see. action in the Yankees' weekend series -with the iSrooklyn Dodgers. It was the second day'in a row that Shea has been unable 1 ^ to pitch because of .ba^d .weather. .-. . •;"' The, series with the Brooks starts today,, with \;ic Raschi. and, Ed Lo- '•pfisVta.teA' to divide the hurling chore*. Shea' arid Tom,Morgan are scheduled for, work Saturday • and Sunday, with; the rotation not an- 'Dounced. Preacher. Roe, will go for the'. Dodgers on"- Saturday,. and Joe Hatten will' get' the Sunday, assignment. T > -. .. ', • ' •"'.; . Either Shea or, Morgan will get the-job as-the'^ourth-'starter for manag-er Casey Stengel,- depending .on, pet-tormancer. in the." Brooklyn wtriea. '/In case of; ;.a fairly even ipb between the two-.hurlers, the liod will..go to Shea, because of his experience.. .-:'.-. By |MC4 Boxers Thomas Kppp,'' and Robert Weaving, •were named, co-captains of the Naugatuck -YMCA- boxing class recently; it wag announced thia"mornf Ing by Joseph Trianb, instructor. « The boxing' class now has 33 members, Mr., Triano .said. It was also announced that a lumber of exhibitions will be given iy the boys in the near future. Two of the highlights on the sched- Jle. include the coming YMCA Ex- mbitipn," arid' a' special' boxing show on May 18 at-the Y. * • •—' i :?'"£.:."•''— ' , EXHD3ITION SCORES r Boston. Red Sox 5, Springfield 2. Memphis 2-1, Chicago White Sox *7. '.St. Louis Browns 7, Texarkana 6. St. Louis Cards 10, Little Rock 7 Detroit 11, Birmingham 8. A1 ' other games postponed, rain. Tel.' nit for Running Tlati S At E PLAYHOUSE Today - Saturday JOHN LUND COWNNECALVET Co-Feature "Cuban Fireball" News - Cartoons. Sun., M6n.— ; "Lullaby of IJroadwaj" LAKE ME RIDES ROAD NEAB HITCHCOCK -LAKE NOW: PLAYING, BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 6:00 "BRANDED" AT 6:45 - 10:00 ALANLADBin '- "BRANDED" In Technicolor PIUS! THE BOWERY BOYS IN "B1UES BUSTERS" Bugs Bunny - Woody Woodpecker TONITE—KIDDIE Cartoon Night Shows Xltcly. .Bain or Shine IMisk Til Mhlnight Ckildrcn FKEK! Bring the kiddies. gBuckHar. Carloons. Smoke, eat, relax. la- CUT «pe>k«rti. Vcrlcct vision. ALTON. 1USWIS OO. and Heating 85 Tear* Experience TeL Naucatuok OZB» For Bt- and Effldeo* Sorrtoe United Press PoU Picks Sox, Giants To Cop Pennants New York, April 13— (UP)—Ac- cording''to a poll conducted by the United Press, the New York Giants and Boston Red Sox wil) meet in the 1951 World Series; Both teams were solid choices among the 168 sports editors, baseball writers and columnists iri the major league cities. The Red. Sox received 103 first place votes to 43 for the world champion New York Yankees. The .Giants received first pjace backing from 81 writers. Brooklyn was second with 55 votes. The defending National League champjpn Philadelphia Phils received only 18 votes of confidence to repeat. The only other National League club given a Chance to finish first was Boston. The Braves received . 14 votes. Cleveland is third choice to win the American League flag in the opinion of 22 voters. The United Press poll produced several unexpected developments. One voter sees the Phils falling- as low as sixth place. Another' puts Cincinnati, a sixth-place team last year, in the runner-up spot. There was one vote for the St. Louie Cardinals to finish last. Hickman And Staff Guests Of Honor New Haven, April 13 — Coacli Herman Hickman and members of the Yale football uquad will be guests of honor .at the second barbecue to be given by the Yale Alumni Association of Eastern Fail-field County on May 19 at the Fairfield County Hunt Club in Wostport. Stars of stage, radio, and television will entertain at the gathering. The first barbecue was held two years ago and attracted close to 1,000 alumni, their, families and friends. ALCAZAR Cent. Performance <> to 11 p. m. — TODAY — a warm... kind... human motion oicture! wouaay ST'ARTS SUNDAY "THE STEEL HELMET" STOCK CAR Races SUN. 2:30 -, P. M. STANDARD CARS ADULTS— $1.50 TAX 1NCL. CHILDREN—2Sc TAX INCL. • FREE PARKING • PLAINVILLE STADIUM Ht. 72—Plainvllle, Conn. EXCHANGE I 14 North Main St. Waterbury, Conn. Open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Afternoons tfree Series At 1:80 ; Open Thursday, Friday and-Saturday - .-- "" : - - Nighte;. ..' - -• - Free Series At 7:80 A different feature each afternoon ..••'•;• and Evening' . How High Are Profits, Anyway? Many people say a company should ,make no more than 10% profit. Well] during the past 20 years, the av- ;erage profit of American industry ran less than 4% of sales; Our profit for last year was only 3.5% of sales. United States Rubber Company Naugatuck Footwear Plant Quality Since Hallane Iri Return With Harvey {each Jones Active Waterbury, April 13 — Promoter ?ony Paoli will have 27 rounds of oxing on his Monday night fight ard at tho Sports Center with Charley E a g 1 e, Waterbury, and laude Rolfe, of Tampa, Fla., in he feature eight rounder. Lorn Harvey, New York City, and rish Pat Mallane, of . Naugatuck, quare off in the serai-final sixer. t will be a return bout between he rival lightweights who went our rounds to a draw recently in Hartford. Beach Jones, Naugatuck, and immy Edwards, of New York, are isted in a four round battle. Three emi-pro contests round out the how for Monday night. Promoter Paoli will place 1,000 general admission seats on sale at :30 Monday night. The first bout s scheduled for 8:30 sharp. Another Player Is tabbed By Hogan n Basketball Fix New York, April 13—(UP)—New York District Attorney Frank Hoan has arrested the missing link n the series of basketball fixes by Island University players. Hoc;an says Dick Feurtada has been charged with throwing four games. The former L-I-U player :s said to havs collected $4,000 in bribes. Police have been on the lookout or Feurtada ever since the first of ix L-I-U players was arrested a month ago. He was discovered by accident at Sant.a Cruz, California, vhen New York detectives, sent .here on a completely different matter, ran across him. Feurtada agreed to come to New York for questioning. Yesterday afternoon ho broke down and admitted his part- in the gambling fixes. Hogan aid Feurtada is involved with ac- used fixer Salvatdre Sollazo, and another gambling ring. BURNS DEFEATED John Burns of Naugatuck was :efeated last night in the 'state hree cushion billiard tournament at the Midtown Parlors in Water- >ury, 35-25, by George Bergin, Wa- erbury. HranAlNMEIfI,n.lK.,.B9 Pktum on A Ctoit Sctm •WBtlT on t TOr Now oo Ik. S<™» David WAYNE Tom EWELL - • • IN Bill Mauldin's Marina BERTI-Jeffrcy lYNN 1 Rickard fGAH 2nd BIT —^~ OH.' SUSANNA 1 rxucbto* - tod CAMERON - Adrian BOOTH STARTS SUNDAY Stir loofu - !»•• dttn YOU'RHN THE HAVY NOW SHTUBOflYwSUN tiftll of FAME "STAGE SHOW MUSICAL COMEDY STABS .D Gene Cladding's 371 led the way 'or the U. S. Rubber team to sweep three games from the Lewis Engineering club last night at the YMCA Alleys, and win the National Division title of the Nauga- :uck Industrial Council Bowling League. The Rub cos will roll against the Naugatuck Chemicalj winner in the American Division, for 'the league crown. If Chemical wins tonight, they will retire the Naugatuck News Trophy; They have already won two logs. The winner of tonight's encounter will represent' the council in the state dusty tournament in New Haven, it was announced today by Anthony^ Maz, council president. : Starting time for the championship match tonight will be 8 o'clock, in the YMCA Alleys. U (P' :: ll' J '"l_l:- ^--v-fi-' : . v V..."^- nri|-c-. ..>,,: . a. Rubber Sweeps 1 hree Games From Lewis For Title YMCA Swimmers In Action Tomorrow r The. Naugatuck YMCA Junior Boy's swimming team will journey to Westport, Saturday for the Boy's State Swimming Championships. The team wiiL.leave the YMCA at 11:30-a. m. Those making the trip are, Junior's: Gallagher, Cabrai, Al- 'disrson, Hermqnat, Little, and Gabrielson. The Intermediate group includes Holland, Curtin, Bendler, Zonas, and Brovirn. : The Naugatuck Y Girl's will swim the Waterbury TrWCX tonight at 7:48 o'clock at the Naugy * THE SCOREBOARD * Only Half Of Major Clubs Have Good 1st Basemen By KABRY GBAYSON NEA Snorts Editor New York — (NEA)— Whatever became of major league first basemen? Only half of the 16 clubs are satisfactorily equipped—the Phillies with Waitkus, the Dodgers with Hodges, the Braves with Torgeson, the Reds with Kluszewski, the Athletics with Fain, the Senators with Vernon, the B.ed Sox with Dropo and the White Sox with Eddie Robinson. And of the octet, only Waitkus, Hodges, Fain and Vernon can be considered nifty. Earl Torgeson is fair. Robinson is considerably more than adequate as a hitter. Walt Dropo and Ted Kluszewski carry out the fine old tradition that the first baseman should be a heavy hitter. This dearth of highly-acceptable first basemen is made all the more unusual because the player of that position is little more than a catcher who doesn't have to give signs. The first baseman can do the least damage defensively. He has to make the least plays. In most instances, his muffing a batted ball doesn't hurt nearly as much as a slip by ahy other infield er or an outfielder, the short? stop mussing up a double play, for example. That's why clumsy wallopers are stationed at first base. Rudy York, whose long ball helped the Tigers and Red Sox to pennants, was a striking illustration. So is Johnny Mize. This doesn't mean that consistent swatting is the lone requirement of the first baseman, of course. The fellow at the first stop can't be a clown, or wave at balls hit on the ground a la Zeke Bonura. Dale Alexander led the American League in batting in the early 1930s, and wound up in the minors. The fact remains, however, that the first baseman's principal duty is receiving a thrown ball. \As productive as is' the Yankee chain, first base has been a prob-- lem since Ais fatal illness forced the immortal Lou Gehrig into retirement. Dahlgren, Sturm, Has^ sett, Etten and McQuinn filled in; Henrich finally had to be brought in from right field, and now- the swing shift—Mize, Joe Collins and Hopp. . The world champions even called Joe DiMaggio in from center field in one of the more ridiculous moves. Don Kolloway of the Tigers is a second ' baseman whose principal forte is hitting. Luke Easter the Indians' first baseman only because his life was endangered in the outfield. First basing follows the general pattern of the Browns. Monte Irvin of the Giants is a converted outfielder, and Leo Durocher tried another flychaser, Whitey Lockman, at first base. Manager Durocher has debated installing Artie Wilson ftbJere, the better to makei use;of Irvin's arm In right field and get the busy bat of the fleet shortstop from Oakland, in the ordeK • With Stanley. Musial's services required in the outfield, the Cardinals fell apart like a playing-card astle with Nippy Jones' aggrava- ed spinal injury. If- Jones' healtli holds up, his righthand hitting be- ween Musial and Slaughter will ontribute most. The Pirates are so poorly quipped at first base that Branch lickey had to risk taking some- ;hing away from Ralph Kiner's icme-run bat deploying the big eft fielder on ground altogether trange. With the Cubs, it's one Dodger farm hand after another; and nothing settled yet. First basemen used to grow on rees. So did some other birds that are 'ecoming extinct. . ^EXHIBITION GAMES SCHEDULED TODAY Chicago (N) vs. Chicago (A) at Chicago. . Boston (N) vs. Boston (A) at' Boston. Philadelphia <N) vs. Philadelphia- A) at Philadelphia. • Brooklyn, (N) vs. New York (A)' at New York. Cincinnati (N) .vs. Indianapolis' AA) at Richmond, Ind. New York (N) vs. Cleveland (A) at Norfolk, Va. Washington (A) vs. Baltimore W at Baltimore (night). FIGHT TONIGHT Bob Baker, Pittsburgh, and El- kihs -Brothers will meet tonight n a 10 round heavyweight fight it, St; Nicholas Arena, New York. Baker 'is rated a potential heavyweight champ. in technicolor CO-FEATURE "GBBL FROM MANHATTAN Dorothy L.amour George Montgomery TONIGHT K6lor Rarnival Night Prizes to the cars with the most kiddies. • C'alldrcn under' 12 always Admitted FREE 9 Box Office opens at 6:00 ShbW Siaf t« At 1 " THRILLS! THRILLS! THRILLS! STOCK CAR RACING TONIGHT CANDLELIGHT STADIUM ' •, Bridgeport _ • FIRST RACE 8:30 P. M: , ADMISSION $1.20—GRAND STAND—$1.80 ; . CHILDREN 25c (tax included) -' ' RESERVES'- INTACT' ' Louisville—The 25 billion tons of ituminous '.coal mindd i n America in 5 6 -,:A7*5 comprised less than 1 >eir-cent of the nation's 'total bitu- inous reserves. . 6 :30— WATR— Big; John suit Sparky WTIC— Just Plftlii BUI. WWCO— Adventures of Clydi WBRYr-Hl School Htlttes ' WLCR— Best QIV, Wax, V , 6:46— WBRY— Curt: Massey Tlmi WTIO— Front Page FarreU 6:00— ALL StaUons-,News t : WBRY— B. Christy -Erkv « -.16— WATR— NAUG. NEWS WWCO— Sportscope WB.RY— Penthouse Serenade WTIC— Strictly Sports 6:30— WATR— Von Tobel ; Song ot Pay WBRY — John' A. Chine? WWCO— Who's Talking . . .WTIC— Emile Cote Glee Club 6 :4t>--WATH— Al Vestro's Sports Show WTJC— 3 Star -Extra WBRT— Lowell Thonuti.1 7:00— WATR— Camp Pickett Inter— The- Looking Glass W07IC— Guest •: Star WWCO— Eullqn Lewl« :15 — WATR— Phone lour Answer WTIC-^-Anmih. ot the Week WBRT— Jack Smith -Show WWCO— Spotlight on a Star :30— WATR— Lena Ranger •. WTIC— News WBRT -Club 15 . 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" S :00— Quiz Kids : 8 :30— W«, the People 9:00 — Big Story' " ' ' r- 9 -.30 — ftenry Morgan 10:00 — Boxing 11:00— Broadway Open House 12:00— News : Bunn Man To Watch In Plainville Race Th<e.nfia;n tp^-watch at the standard stock car Braces' at the Plainville Speedway thisj. Sunday-is fiay "Hullj 1 " Bunni newest sensation at the local track. Bunn who hails from Bristol gave the local' fans plenty to talk about as he set a, new,track record in winning his: heat, finished fourth in the semifinal event and almost scored an upset when he roared home a half car length behind Moe Gherzl tp cop second place money. . Plenty of hot competition will be offered by. New Britain's crew of top racers. It includes clever Moe Ghent!',, last week's.feature winner,, Ed.Flemke, George Lombardo, feature winner two weeks ago and Of fee Lassard. Other top name drivers of the .state who 'will appear are Hoppy Jensen, Waterbury; Charlie Brayton and Al Kay, Bristol; Jack Cpleman, Wlhsted; Johnny Roberts, Torrington; Jerry Newkirk, South Meriden; Frank Whitney, North Bradford; Jack Van Wyck, Manchester; and Georgie Clark, Meriden. Post time is 2:30. WAENIIfG -The Selectmen and the Town Clerk of' the- Borough .of-..Naugatuck will, hold sessions for the purpose of examining the quallllcatlons of Electors and admitting to the Electors- .Vote those who shall bo found qualilled to become Electors In the said Borough 61 Nau. gatiick. •• f . All sessions will be held In the Court Room, Town Hall building. Church Street. Naugatuck, and will be held on the following dates: Saturday, April; 14, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.; Tuesday, April 17, 5 p; m. to 8 11. m.; Wednesday. April IS 11 a. m. to 2 p.. m. ; Thursday. April 19. 5 p. m. to 8 -p. m.; Fclday, April 80, 1 p. m. to 8 p. m.; Saturday. April 21. 9 a. m. to 8 p.' m. .- -.'•", -.-"'. ;' , . All Naturalized Citizens' must bring their ClUzen&hip papers .to quality. There will be a special session held on Saturday, May 5. from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., to admit those who shall have reached their 21st birthday or have established residence of one year in the State of Connecticut and six months in the Borough, of Naugatuck after April 21, 1951. and for no other purpose. SOPHIE DETHLEFSEN MARY GALESKI CATHARINE NARDELLO Selectmen 61 the Borough of Naugatuck. Attest: RAYMOND J. ST. JOHN Town Clerk. CLASSIFIED ADS Employment IWp Wanted — Male . MAXE HELP WASTED WE NEED AN EXPERIENCED ARMATURE WINDER ALSO EXPERIENCED MOLDER8 AND . CbREMAKERS IN OUR FOUNDRY DEPARTMENT ALSO LEARNERS AND SKILLED OPERATORS ON HORIZONTAL BORING MILLS VERTICAL BORING MILLS PLANERS' ^ LATHES DRILL PRESSES MILLING MACHINES APPLY,AT OUR; EMPLOYMENT. OFFICE MONDAY THROUGH ' FRIDAY 8 A. M..TO 4 P. M. /: FARREL».BIRMINGHAM CO., INC. 25 MAIN ST., ANSONIA. CONN. 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