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16 The Salt Like Tribune, Saturday, January 10,1959 Majestic Cup Junior Skiers Open Race Meet Today By Dennis Shattuck Tribune Sports Writer The Intermounlain Region's most popular sM race, by weight of entries alone, be- Here's Roundup On Ski Areas Intermountain skiers had a vide choice of areas to visit lor weekend skiing—for the first time season. Good to excellent skiing was reported from West Yellowstone to Timp Haven. The reports: AHa-Brlchton—Excellent, fast skiing en packed powder; no new snow but tome ur.tracked powder left on back trails: snow depths 40-50 inches. Roads open and all facilities operat- Ins. Snow Basin—Five Inches more snow needed before chair lift can operate; rnpe tow operating nn weekends. Solitude—24-40 inches of snow but another foot needed before area will officially open. Little Mountain — Packed powder urn-face, excellent ?:kiin2; roads open. Operates nichtly except Sunday and on weekends. TImD Haven—Four inches ot pow- drr snow, skiing pxcellcnt: area open daily and three nights a week. Heaver Mountain—Area had three Inches new light powder Thursday over 24-inch base; skiing excellent, roads open. Tows run 10 a.m. to 4 ji.m. Sun Vilify—Excellent skiinc on 26 inches of snow on Baldy, 24 at Roundhouse. 20 on Dollar Mountain. Skyline—Twelve Jnches new powder in past week on 20-inch base; tkiing good: lifts ,ind tows operating. Barber Gains Tie for Golfing Lead TIJUANA, MEXICO, Jan. 9 '(UFD—Little Jerry Barberof Los Angeles and young Johr, McMullin of Alameda, Calif., two of the shorter-hitters in professional golf, took over the first round lead in the $20,000 Tijuana Open tournament Friday with 18-hole scores of 66. The course, which plays at a full length of 7,400 yards in cham pjonship tournavnents, was shortened to 6,800 yards gins a two-day session on Brighton's Mt. Majestic Satur day in near-perfect weather and snow conditions. The junior section of the annual Majestic Cup race heads off down the steep hil Saturday while the senior di vision runs Sunday. And by Sunday evening, the man anc woman with the fastest times of the two-day meet, regar* less of class, will have earned the right to have their name engraved on the huge perpetual trophy. \ MORE THAN 130 juniors have registered for the event first ski race of the season. Another 30 racers have registered in the senior division, mostly in the men's classes. There are so few entrants in the two women's classes that some of the trophies might go begging. Only two Class B jrals are entered and only one gal In Class C. There are trophies awaiting 1 the first three finishers in each class. Ski conditions were Ideal Friday as Brighton Ski School instructor Wally Abersold laid out the twisting giant slalom course. Threading its way down the face of Mt. Majestic, along the chair lift line and across a couple of wicked little humps, the course is roughly a half mile in length. A BRIGHT SUN softened and packed the snow Friday while cold nighttime temperatures should freeze it into a hard and fast course. Racers practicing on the hill Friday foot-packed most of it. To earn the big over-all trophy, the winner will have to hack the distance in something around a minute and 10 seconds. Last year's best time was 1:08.6 over a similar course by teen-ager Jim Gaddis of Salt Lake City. Gaddis, who would be eligible to race in Class B, won't be in the starting order Sunday. He cracked an ankle last week, eliminating him from competition for at least six weeks. Races both days will start promptly at noon, according to the sponsoring Usquebaugh- the professionals — both National Ski Club. Starting Billy Cards 70 Billy Johnston fired a 3535_70 1n the first round of the'Tijuana golf tournament Friday. the strong and the weak — tore It apart. WITH ABOUT half of the field still on the course, 24 of the earlier finishers got 70 or better. Par is 36-36—72. Barber and McMullin came In before the wind came up and as a result didn't have to battle the elements. "The course played real easy," said long George Bayer of Lemont, 111., who also finished early. "I think they shortened it up to less than 6,800 yards. It is in better condition than last year, too, so that made it easier." Jnhn McMullin. 34-32—156: Jerry Barber, 32-34—KG; Gcorce Bayer, M- 33—67; DOUK Ford, 3.1-34—67: Tommy Bolt. 35-32—67: Al Bcssellnk, 3S-3:i- r>8: Howie Johnson. 34-34—68: Marty Furcol, 37-31—68; Halph Bloomquist, 34-34—68; Mike Homa, 3S-33—88; Jim Fcrree, 35-33—fi8; Don FalrtloM, .33-35—68; Bert Weaver. 36-33-69; Jimmy Cl.lrk. 3(1-33—69: Tommy Jacobs, 36-33—69; Don Whitt, 37-32— 69: Arnold Palmer. 36-33—69; Bill Ocden, 36-33—69: Smiley Quick, 35- Ra—RO; Emie Vossler. 36-33—<59; Jack Fleck. 37-32—B9: Jay Herbert, M- SB—63: Skee Ricgel. 37-32—69; Jack DOSS. 35-34—69. Back to Beat Fighting Cop Loses Bout orders are posted in the Mt. Majestic Manor and late entries will be accepted by the club until 11:30 a.m. However, the late entrants must race at the end of the order. Orlando Cepeda . . . Rookie of year in National Loop. Mays Praises Cepeda as Top Rookie BOSTON, Jan. 9 (UPI) — Take it from Willie Mays — National League rookie of the year Orlando Cepeda is "no one-year wonder." "He looks as solid as they come, a good boy for years," is Willie's tribute to the 21- year-old San Francisco Giant who is tha unanimous choice of the Baseball Writers' Assn. as the N.L.'s rookie of the year in 1958. "Some times you can't tell after one year — but I think you can when it comes to Orlando." Cepeda, a native of Ponce, P.R., where his father still s a baseball legend, received all 21 votes cast in the^annual election. Frank :he Cincinnati 1956, was the only other unanimous choice. A strapping, 6-foot, 2-inch, 210-poundcr, Cepeda took over at first base for the Giants ast spring and was a key 'actor in their surprising pennant bid and eventual third- place finish. He hit .312 in 148 jamrs, had 309 total bases, including 38 doubles, 25 homers and four triples, in addition to driving in 96 runs. Robinson Redlegs, Hyland Lanes Foothill League—First half champs. Innscn and Pierson; hish same, 3ouE Green, 234; hish series, DOUK "arccn. 654; high team same, Salcs- rlortcnscn. 658: hich team series. Hansen and Pierson, 1.818: hi Eh women's game 1 , Mnida Sales, 169; hiBh i r omen,'s scries, Mary Ricbcn. 455, Jyland Major League—Hich team ame and series. W. D. Hill, 1.005 nd 2.866: high individual scries. Herm Edgin, 600; high game, Cliff ttcadows. 237. Hyland Slick Chicks— eadinc team, Emisration Markets; ish team'game and series. Hyland, 45 and 2,079; high individual game nd series, Vern Ralcish, 191 and S14. One-Minute Sports Page Dodgers Slice Distances For Home Rtin Hitters NEW YORK, Jan. 9 (UPD— Gene (Ace) Armstrong, unbeaten middleweight con- lender, scored his 16th straight victory Friday night against Eddie Dixon, the fighting cop, on a unanimous 10-round decision that probably will send Dixon back to his patrolman's •bent in Newark, N.J. Armstrong of Elizabeth, N..K out-hustled his taller and 'heavier opponent before an estimated 2,500 at Madison Square Garden, in their very dull bout. DIXOX, making his first main event appearance at the Garden, failed to take advantage of his superior punch and let Armstrong swarm over him at close quarters. Fairmont Bowl Sheet Metal Leacue—HiBh team series, game. Associated No. 1, 2,«1, 835; individual scries, Floyd . Deep:, fi58; individual game, Paul Sorcn, 21]. Ladies Major League—High team Eorics, Johnson Food, 2,547; hiBh team game, M-M Dlstributins. 997; high individual series, Marlyne McMillan, 594: hieh individual game. MarBe Nuttall, 223. Mac and DOUB League — Individual series, ' Marian Hznsen. 4M; individual same, Mildred Atkinson, Mary Nausc. 194. Fairmont Foucsome—High men's series, same. Don Draper, SS9, 200; high women's scries, game, Mary .Lou Slarck. 538, 214. Pal-D-Mar Lanes Bankers League — High ,'ndividual ramp. E. Bridges, 232: high individual ecries, Bowring, 590. Independent Girls Lcacuc—La Hacienda, leading team: high team game, series. Crystal Clear Cleaners, 782, 2,304: hi'sh Individual nmc, series, Jackie Kalm, 189, 503. Ladies City League—American Bowline Supply, leadinc teun; hl*h w*nc, ncrics. American Bowlini. *7], 2,423; hlzh individual Kame, §e- rie», Ann Slattery, 22U, 614. Compiled From Sports Wlrei While plans are still tentative, it appears as if it will be easier to hit a home run to right or center field in the Los Angeles Coliseum, home of the L.A. Dodgers, next summer. While nothing can be done about the exceptionally short left field fence (251 feet along the foul line), the ridiculous distances to right and center are to be shortened. Preliminary plans make the most distant spot 415 i feet instead of 440. In center, the distance will be 410 feet instead of 425 and ihe outfield fence will tie into the right field stands at the foul pole, 300 feet from home plate. Special Meet Pro Cage League- Eyes Expansion Expansion of the eight-team National Basketball Association has reached the decisive stage, according to President Maurice Podoloff. "We are holding a special meeting of the owners in Detroit, Jan. 22, to discuss applications received from Los Ani gc'ies, San Francisco, Portland, iOre.; Houston and Chicago," !he said. Pro TVnnis Two Panchos Down Australian Team Dick (Pancho) Gonzales and Francisco (Pancho) Segura defeated Ken McGregor and Ken Rosewall, r e s p e c- lively in Melbourne, Australia. Gonzales! won, 6-2, 6-2, and'i Segura won, 6-2,7-5. Favored Eddie; Moylan led a field! of four seeded players into the semifinals of the Dixie: International tennis I tournament at] Tampa, Fla. Jack Frost of Monterey, Calif.; Kosel Kamo ol Japan and Ronald Barnes of Brazil were the other semifinalists. Beverly Hanson and Mary Lena Faulk, a pair of seasoned professional golfers, matched women's par 75 in chill, windy weather and took the first round lead in the Sanford, Fla. Women's Open tournament Friday. DOUG SANDERS, who plays out of Miami Beach, Fla., quit the 520,000 Tijuana Open golf tournament Friday on the 15th green when he suffered severe chest pains. Drop Volley Wins Santa Anita Dash Tennis promoter Jack Kramer's investment in Australian Thoroughbred stock paid off Friday at Santa Anita. His 2-year- old colt Drop Volley won the first | race, a three fur-] long dash with a purse of 54,000. Sailor's Guide, another Australian horse, has been shipped to Lexing- Kramer ton, Ky., from San-, ta Anita to Jet him rest and see if an injured leg will heal. In Miami, Bards'own, the 7-year-old campaigner who started the year auspiciously! with a victory in the 520.000; Orange Bowl Handicap last] Saturday, gets a chance to make it three in a row on the same track Saturday in the $50,000 added Tropical Handicap. YOUR ROOF PROTECTED Tiffany's cold process liquid cooting recommended by nationwide users, long life water-tight guarantee. No mess. Brush on smooth finish. Factory to you saving. Product'demonstrated. 0. F. (OTT) BURTON, REP. 2170 ROOSEVELT AVE. SALT LAKE CITY 8, UTAH Bowlers Wait Start of Annual Duel A full field awaits the opening of the annual Blue Ribbon Bowling Classic* Saturday evening. Bowlers in A, B, C, D and E classifications will roll on four consecutive weekends in the successor to the old state ro^nd-robin pin event., K-B LANES, Fairmont Bowl, State Lanes and the Ritz Bowling Palace will be the sites of the month-long competition. In addition to the $100 first prize in each division, there is a special award for a "300" game in the course of the tournament. The schedule for Saturday night: SATURDAY, JAN. 10 K-B L»nei 7 p.m.—Alleys 1-2. Erwin Derrick, Keith W. Larson, Charles VT. Voy, William C. Stephen*, William A. Foster Jr., Harry Turner; 3-4, John Pavich, Dick Lone, Pete Yengich, Mike Ontlveros. John Kallen, Jerald Jenson: 5-8, Harry Quayle, Vern Quayle, J. W. Ridd. Bob Zito, Bob Dea, Tom Belliston: 7-8. Gene Moss, William Kemp, Alt Walters, Clair Bowden, Hubert L. Calpin. Sonnie L. Roberts. 9:30 p.m.—Alleys 1-2, Jack Schmidt, Jim Jones, Oden Flanders, Dennis Brown,' Bud Clnvell, Orvil Jennings; 3-4, Danny Paris, Russ Kano, Hideyo Sonoda, Takeo Shigihara. Frank Ishimatsu, Marvin'G. Peterson: 5-6. Butch Amador, Adol/o Amador. Darrell Axtell, Lxnn Kano, Bruce Lindow. Hans Hitter;.? 7-S. Fred Johnson. Chuck Jones, Ralph Sylvester, Pete Yano, Richard Yano. Doug Donaldson. Fairmont Bowl 7 p.m.—Alleys 1-2, Jim Amicone, Bob Kearns, Ron Palmer, Joe DUller, Duane Catten, WiUard Truitt; 3-4, Don Meissner. Ralph McCloy. Lysle Stanley, Del Casper. Dave Hill, Dick Callaway; 5-6, Karl C. Dean, Russ Melander, Bill Eades, Adolph Poston, Ttoy Palmer, Keith Leverich: • 7-8, Georte Wm. Curtis, Jack A. Aird, Joe Whittaker, Lowell Leishman, Hugh Aird, Emery A. Rose. 9:30 p.m.—Alleys 1-2, Max Baker, Doyle Timothy. Lynn Ainsworth. Wes AinsworU). Jack Wignall, Simon Centner; 3-4. Arnold GoH. Don Austin, Eldon Malmrose, Hulbert Ked- dmston. Lee Olsen, Waiiy Beames; 5-6. John Kelly, Mel Johnson, Elvin Zabrishkie, Elwood Nelson, Dallas Johnson, Ken Baker; 7-8. John Raush, Arthur Ball. Everil F. Vybiral, Richard L. Miller, Gene Sato. Joe Tilman. State Lines 1 P.m.—Alleys 1-2, Irwln Tolboe, Dick Fowler. Pete Birrell. Bert 0un- Icp. J. L. Dorsey, Robert B. Slattery; 3-4. Lynn Welch. Albin E. Pearson Bob Patience, Earl Brown, Dean Story, Vincent Patience: 5-6, Marv Jenon, Pete Jenson. Vera Jenson Bill Jenson, Bill Wilson, Dick Gurr; 7-8 a E ' p ejci-son, A. M. Peterson. Chick Beers. Clarence J. Crane, George ilbert, Stan Mason. 9:30' p.m.-AIlevs 1-2, Robert B. Jones. John Probasco, George Gude- ell. Gale E. Day, Pete David. Carl Larsen: 3-4 Verdi White, Woocirow White. Frank C. Kolar. Hurt E Park Hal Sharp's Sportsman's Digest PLASTIC BAG FOR PEER LIVER, ETC. THE HSAsre, wofwr/s, AND uven Of- DEB? AND SIMILAR SAME. SHOULD ALVWkYS BES/WED WHEH FIELD DRESSING B COMPLETED PRIOR TO PLASTIC BASS, CAfW- IN6 THESE DCUCACIESIO CAMP BLOODIED MAW HUNTSW. NOVt A WISE HUNTSMAN CARRIES A CLEAN 8AS TD FILL, THEM TIB OFF ITS TOP TO CARRX FBOM HIS BELT, OR IN A FACKSACK. BACK.IN CAMFJ UVER is WKT OF A DEER THAT MAV BE FRIED, H SLICES-- SAME AS BCEF-THg PAV rr is Kiu-EP. FRX HEART, KIDNEYS? Wlffl ONIONS-THOROUGH- IV RWSlUa FIRST W COLD WttTER. Bud Langford, Pete Fridaye; 5-6, Jim Thompson, Fred M. Johnsen. Ray Allen, Floyd Bircumshaw, Arnold Drews, Jun Oniki; 7-a, Lee Winslow, Junior Bali. Arnold W. Powell, Milton Anderson, DuWayne Morris, Gary Stauffer. Riti Bowlinr Pilac* 7 p.m.—Alleys 1-2, Ken Chestnut, Gus Katis, George Stuga, Eddy Gaythwaite. - Dick Walters, Russ Boren; 3-4. Eugene Pluniby, John E. Snydei 1 , Peter Green, Don Wardell, Boyd Collins. James A. Walker; 5-6, Floyd Underwood, William Elwood, John Street, Paulino Garahana, Ronald Bess, Shirley Barney; 7-8, Ray Beckstead, Howard Koskisson, Austin Keams. Bill Hakalo, Roger Kearns, -Randall Bloomfield. 9:30 p.m.—Alleys 1-2. Tosh Iwamoto, Joe Sueoka, Huch Okubo, George Tamura, Ted Isaki, Rhu Sueoka; 3-4. Doug Bauman, Mike Jessop. Bob Martin, Henry Gerritsen, Fred Blechert, Cal Schneller; 5-6, James E. Rynearson, Theodore G. Rees, Gene Wellington, Alvin McAllister, Al JCofford, Donald R. Diilingham: 7-S, Tom Magioncalda, Layne Mathie, Jack Boud, John Klo Jr., Cam Johns. Jay Edmunds. Ambassador Club Ambassador Bowlcretts—high team game. Rust, 798; high 'team series. Lavender, 2.257: individual game, series. Ruby Gallacher, 205, 525. Weekend Television Toppers Variety-Even to Borrowed Brunette Chicago Trlnunt Service Saturday The Ferry Coma Show—Musical variety (tarring Perry Como. The guest roster: Jan* Wyman, Hoie- mary Clooney, the Kingston Trio and Claudio Villa, popular linger of Italy. • p.m. Channel 4. Wanted—Dead or Alive—Bounty hunter Josh Randall (Steve McQueen) races ' death on a slow, dynamite-laden stagecoach In an all-out effort to get his prisoner to Bannach before an Innocent man Is hanged. 6:30 p.m. Channel 5. Black Saddle—"Client Travers' (premiere). A new western series about a one-time gunfighter turned lawyer. Starring Peter Breck, with Anna Lisa, Russell Johnson. In the. premiere episode, lawyer Clay Culhane (Breck) travels to Latlgo on his first case and encounters a revenge-bent rancher (Onslow Stevens) whose son was shot In self-defense. 7 a.m. Channel 4. Gunimoke—Starring James Arness. One of Marshal Matt Dillon's most unusual problems arises when Chester's Uncle Wesley comes for a visit and reveals that Chester has led him to believe he's the U.S. marshal and Dillon is his assistant,, the problem Is taken out of the real marshal's hands when, In trying to save Chester from embarrassment, he lets Uncle Wesley go on believing Chester's story—and Chester finally runs into trouble in the form •The Lawrence Welk Show—The Lennon Sisters, Larry Dean, Maurice Pearson, Bob Lido, Dick Dale and Alice Lon are featured In a musical journey through the "Tunnel ot Love." Others featured In the program. Include Jack Imel, Alvin Ashby and Larry Hooper. 7 p.m. Channel 2. Ha.ve Gun, Will Travel—Paladin (Richard Boone) rides Into a town to aid a client who Is running for mayor, finds him dead and sets about to help his widow run for the same ofllce In the face of death threats. 7:50 p.m. Chanel 5. Cimarron City—"A Legacy for Ossle Harper." A 20-year-old ne'er- do-well (Carleton Carpenter), who spends his time singing for whisky, decides to take vengeance when he comes Into possession of a land grant which gives him title to the town. 7:3,0 p.m. Channel 4. K-B Lanes Internal Revenue League —-High team series. Poor Boys, 1,091; high same, Tigers, 419; hich individual series, game. Clearance Walk, 486, 192. K-B Comers "League—Hizh team series, Morton Salt, 2,355; high same, Dale Josephson Insurance, 849; .high individual scries, Cliff Main, 555; riigh individual game, Wayne Strehs, 210. Salt Lake Hardware—High individual series, game, Swan, 2,259, 772: high series, ladies, Helen Sika, 481; ligh game, Merle Van Rosdale, 163; ilEh series, men, Jack Rassor, 567; high game, Jerry Johnson, 192. oC a pair of bandits. 8 p.m. Channel «. ' The D.A.'i Mm—Shannon (John Compton) tries to buy guns Irom a man who Is suspected or being head of a ring selling stolen arms to ex-convicts. 8:30 p.m. Channel 4. Perry Mason—"The Case of the Borrowed Brunette." Perry Mason (Raymond Burr) handles the case of a young woman and her aunt who have accepted 5100 a day to live in someone else's apartment, after they've been assured It Is all perfectly legal, a man Is found murdered and the aunt Is charged with the crime. 8:30 p.m. Channel 5. The Phil Silvers Show—"Bllko's Hollywood Romance." In this episode singing star Julie Wilson, who plays a Hollywood movie star desperately In love with Bilko (Phil Slivers), uses their Individual skills to turn the tables on a Hollywood producer. 9:30 p.m. Channel 5. Sunday ' Paul Winchell Show — Variety program, featuring Winchell's ven- triloquized dummies and various guests. 2 p.m. Channel 2. Pro Bowl Football Game—Color. (Blacked out In Los Angeles area.) The ninth annual Pro Bowl Game from the Los Angeles Coliseum. Features top stars of the National Football League, with Eastern Conference opposing Western Conference, Sportscasters will be Jim Gibbons and Van?Patrlck. Z p.m. Channel 4. You A»ked For It—Jack Smith, host-emcee. Highlights Include a sequence on Florida game wardens using airplanes to re-stock swamp areas with wild turkeys;, cane burning on a sugar plantation; Arturb Greece, famous Argentine roller skating dancer, and Arthur Earle, who puts his body through the open frame of a regulation tennis racket. 5 p.m. Channel 2. The Jack Benny Program—Jack Benny becomes the sinister Charles Manningham, a man who tries to drive his wife (Barbara Stanwyck) Insane when the comedian presents his parody of "Gaslight." 8:30 p.m. Channel S. The Steve Allen Show—Color. Variety show starring Steve Allen. English motion picture star Dlan- sers, mambo king Perez Prado and his orchestra and the Three Stooges,-popular nightclub comics, will be Steve's guests. 6 p.m. Channel 4. The Efl Sullivan Sho\y—Variety program starring Ed Sullivan. Guests: Teresa Brewer, Dody Goodman, Alan King, Prof. Backwards, the Little Gaelic Singers from Ireland, and Jason Robards Jr. and George Grlzzard in a scene from "The Disenchanted." for the ( youngsters, there will be Victor Julian and'his troupe of trained poodles. 6 p.m. Channel 5. Theater—"Man on a Bicycle," starring Fred Astalre, A delightful comedy about a lovable French rogue who gives other people's ' money away. 7 p.m. Channel 5. .The. Dinah Shore Show—Color. Musical starring Dinah Shore. Dinah's guests: Dick Shawn, Red Norvo and the dance team of Sujata and Asoka. 7 p.m. Channel 2. Bret Maverick—"Gunshy." Bret Maverick (James Garner) tangles with big, weighty Marshal Mort Dooley (Ben Gage) when the marshal, recognizing Maverick as a trouble maker, orders him out of town. 8:30 p.m. Channel 2. Bough JRideri — "The Scavengers," starring Kent Taylor, Jan Merlin and Peter Whitney. While searching lor the husband of a woman who has sought their help, the Rough Riders come upon an organized group who have been shanghaiing wanderers for sea duty. 10 p.m. Channel 2. WIN A 14-FOOT CROWN LINE RUNABOUT BOAT EDWARD 0. ROBINSON IN "ALL MY SONS" Television and Haiiio . Channel 2 KUTV—ABC Channel 4 KTVT—NBC Listings *re 'furnlshrd by Itntionl. Channel 5 K.SL-TV— CBS Channel 7 RUED—Eiluc. !f Inaccurate call ttatinn direct Peter Brebk stars as frontier lawyer Clay Culhane, and Russell Johnson stars as Marshal Gib Scott, in this new, action-packed western series about two men with conflicting approaches to the law. Gunfighter-turned-lawyer Gib Scott is an ambitious Tonight, before an angry Culhane now packs law books Deputy U.S. Marshal who en- town, Culhane defends his in his saddle bags, but his forces the law of the frontier first client ... a beautiful "fastgun" reputation travels with bullets... not books. woman.;. while the Marshal ahead of him. seeks quick "justice." _ BMMtMfi Presented by Oasis Filter Cigarettes. NEW!TONIGHT 7 P.M. NBC KTVT 4 JOHN COMPTON stars as Shannon, undercover man for New York's District Attorney. Somebody in the underworld is peddling stolen guns to ex-convicts. Shannon looks for the brains behind the operation and nearly ends up behind the eight-ball! Saturday, Jan, 10 7:30 5 Capt. Kangaroo 3:00 4 Howdy Duody 8:30 4 Ruff and Reddy 5 Cartoon Capers 9:00 4 Fury 5 Heckle & Jeckle «:SO 4 Circus Boy 3 Robin Hood 10:00 4 True Story 5 Mighty Mouse 10:30 4 Detective's Diary 5 Little Rascals 10:45 S Serial Time 11:00 4 Joe Palooka 11:15 3 RFD US 11:30 4 Jr. Auction 11:45 5 Hockey Preview 12:00 2 Cavalcade 4 Jr. Council 5 Pro Hockey 12:30 2 Brainstorms 4 Film Feature 1:00 2 "Arizona Ranger" 4 College Basketball Kentucky vs. LSU 2:00 2 "Hills of Oklahoma" 2:30 5 Armchair Adventure 3:00 2 "War Paint" 4 Party Time 3:30 5 Gene Autry Show 4:00 4 Saturday Showcasa 4:30 4 Big Picture 5 This Is the Life S:00 2 All-Star Golf 4 Citizen '63 5 Lone Ranger 5:30 4 People Are Funny 5 Terry Toons 6:00 2 Dan Smoot Reports 4 Perry Como (clr.) 5 Boots and Saddles 6:15 2 News 6:30 2 Jubilee, USA S Wanted Dead or Alive 7:00 2 Lawrence Welk 4 Black Saddle 5 Gale Storm Show 7:30 4 Cimarron City 5 Have Gun, Will Travel 8:00 2 Sammy Kayt S Gunsmnkp I 8:30 | 2 Dick ciHrk Snow '4 DA's Man 5 Perry Mason 9:00 2 Man With a Camera 4 "Phantom Raiders" 9:30 2 How to Marry a Millionaire 5 Phil Silvers 10:00 2 Death Valley Days 5 "All My Sons" 10:30 2 "Beast With Five Fingers" Perry Mason at 8:30 p.m. on KSl-TV. 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