Radio: Heroes & Treasure Chests

Dial-twisting youngsters last week found two more programs to add to their list of favorites:

¶Baseball's Joe DiMaggio, taking a breather from the pennant race, made his bow on television with the Joe DiMaggio Show (Sat. 5:30 p.m., NBC-TV), first in a weekly series for a toymaker (Lionel trains). Looking handsome and assured, the Yankee Clipper showed flashbacks of the 1947 New York-Brooklyn World Series, interviewed teammate Phil Rizzuto on playing shortstop. For the last 5 minutes, DiMaggio turned the program over to a panel of goggle-eyed admirers, seemed to enjoy himself hugely watching Rizzuto answer questions from baseball-minded youngsters. As if...

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