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16 THE ENQUIRER, CINCINNATI, MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1942 SMASHING 264 Puts Heafner Across, Big Blonde Repeating In 3Iahoning Open Meet. Segura Annexes Tristate Singles Title, TurningBack Bill Talbert In Four Sets Ties Woods's World Record, But Girard Course Is Shy Several Hundred Yards. . Mahoning Country Club, Girard, Ohio, June 28 (AP) His irons deadly and his drives true when he needed them, bulky Clayton Heaf- ner blazed home in three-below-par 65 today to successfully defend his Mahoning Open title with a smashing 264 as low as any marksman ever scored in a recognized golf tournament. Thus the big blonde biffer from Durham, N. C., who worked in a candy factory before his golf game became sweet enough to put him in the professional ranks, tied Craig Wood's world record 264 of 1940 Metropolitan Open vintage with rounds of 66, 65, 68, and 65 only to see it stay out of the record books. The Professional Golf Association's tournament manager, Fred rnrfiran avnlninpft iha nn r fift ln. v,nnin v.ii-v nmr m'.h rn.nsB ii in the tourney only by virtue of a Shy several hundred yarfe-ori vshich Joe ?vj. departing: shout a hole-what it would have'" n'lstpe, ana t.eo.ge Kali, to be for a recognized mark. handed them on Friday after hav- Heafner, who will be 28 next,inS the eventual champions punch month, recalled he had never wonjdnink at niatch Polnt with a three- a major tournament until he took a""1" " au the Mahoning Open last year. "I think I'll have to move here," he remarked. For his gruelling eight below par cn the 72 holes, he collected the $1,000 top prize. The Carolinan pulled home three BY JIM RATLIFF. The forty-first annual Trl-State tennis tournament men's singles title eluded Cincinnati players for the twentieth consecutive year yesterday as it was carried off for the first time to the Andes Mountains by little Francisco Segura of Ecuador, who almost certainly catches mountain goats In his bare hands for exercise, Billy Talbert, Cincinnati's chief hope and disappointed finalist for the second straight year, seemingly had all the shots, but was simply. pounded into a team or running Charley horses as the two-handed belter won out in a three-hour marathon match by scores of 1 6, 61, 6-2, 1210. Typical of the never-say-die scrapping of the swarthy South Ameii-can was his capture of the men's doubles, together with Fred Kova- leskie, tall Detroit youngster, in their second upset in two days. As the pair ea'sily vanquished Corporal Gil Hall and Alejo Russell, 62, 6 1, it was recalled that actually a beaten team was winning a tourney. Segura and Kovaleskie were still Strokes ahead of lanky E. J. "Dutch" Harrison, the "Arkansas Traveler'' from Harrisburg, Ponn., snd Horton Smith of Pinehurst, N. C, the runners-up Harrison, who stalled the day in s three-way tie with Haefner and Llcyd Mangrum at 131, collected his 267 with Sundav rounds of 70 and 66, while Smith fired a steady 66-67 to add to 134 giving them $650 each. Five strokes behind Haefner Came blazing Ben Hogan, who has pocketed better than $11,000 for this year's leading money efforts, Lloyd Manerum of Monterey Park. Cain. and Gene Kunes of Philadelphia with 269s COLLEGE CHAMP READY To Put Golf Clubs Away For Commission In Navy. South Bend, Ind., June 28 (AP) Frank Tatum, Jr., of Stanford took 16 years to win his first major tournament the National intercollegiate championship and nov, he's ready to put away his clubs and apply for a commission in the Navy Engineering Corps. That was the next step this Phi Beta Kappa student planned to take after winning the coveted college golfing title Saturday with a 5 and 4 victory over Manuel De l.a lone Northwestern sophomore. It was the first year the individual crown went to a Stanford boy, although Stanford teams have won three of the last five titles. "Sandy" Tatum was behind at only one point in overwhelming De La Torre, a Spaniard. That was on the eighth hole of the first 18 when Tatum three putted. He ank a nine-foot putt for a birdie on the next hole, and from there until the match ended on the thirty-second, the Stanford links- man never -was threatened. He fired a 37-3370, one under par, in the morning to pull into a three-up lead and Increased it to six-up at ths end of the twenty-seventh after De La Torre reached that point live over par. PARADE IS PLANNED As Preliminary To Buckeyes' Twin Bill With Chicago. Candy Jim Taylor will bring his Chicago American Giants to Cros ley Field Independence Day to meet the Cincinnati Buckeyes in a Negro American League double-header. Plans are being outlined for a parade that will wind up at the ball park before game time. Vari ous Cincinnati Negro organizations are cooperating with the manage ment of the Buckeye Club to make the patriotic rally a success. The Buckeyes are in the thick Of the battle for the first half Championship of the Negro Ameri can League and the games with the Giants will be important so lar as the team of Manager Far nell Woods Is concerned. PHIL STEWART 'Ths Dealer in Dreams' Presented by FURNACE COMPANY Every Monday -Wednesday Friday morning WLW at 8:30 A. M. No better luck for Cincinnati was the result of Miss Monica Nolan's attempt to hold the women's title here. The top-ranking Ohio Valley feminine player couldn't fool cagy Miss Catherine Wolf, and the Elkhart, Ind., star went on to take her t second Trl-State title of the past four years by scores of 64, 6 1. Talbert started as if he were ro-ing to create another international Incident such as the one In which he clauphtered Russell, the Argentinian champ, on Saturday. WiV his versatile backhand working flawlessly he annihilated by a 61 score the bounding little "Pancho," who spent most of the time mumbling Inca imprecations. With the at 1-all, Talbert reeled off five games in a row. But the little Latin caught fire at this point and, smashing his crosscourt forehand through a strangely tiring Talbert, he pro ceeded to snare a five-game win nlng streak of his own. Talbert staved off defeat for one game, but then fell 61. A parade of errors from Talbert's almost mechanical backhand were unexplainable in the third set, for Segura was not hitting as hard as usual. But the errors did Billy' no good in a hurry and he got Into his Intermissions shower before people realized it with a 21 deficit in sets. It was the fourth set which had everything, including some of the finest played points ever seen here, and almost consfant repairs to Billy's muscular system which was tightening up on him like a wet $4.98 suit, of clothes. Despite cramps, w'hich made hitting lobs Class A lion writer. Segura led again at 98 and the creaking Billy held off defeat with deep backhand shots and sparkling net play. Again at 109 Segura led 4015 match point and again Billy pulled an aching limb from the grave, this time with two backhnnds he copied from a movie scenario. At 1110 40-love match point, Billy halted his fifth and sixth match points before tbe law of averages sen tenced him to the showers. Miss Wolf is simply too accurate for any Cincinnati player, and the whole match hung on whether Miss Nolans fine chopped retrieving could reach the Hoosier girl's stabs often enough. Briefly, it couldn't. There is a limit to which even Segura can run and Miss Nolan falls a couple of Andes short of that. However, Hyde Park girl made the finest showing of any Cincinnati woman in the tourney since the days of Clara Louise Zlnke. Segura was wound up despite his three hours of romping with Talbert and Hall and Russell never knew what hit them in the doubles finals. Kovaleskie, with two years in the juniors still, played his finest tennis of the tourney, while Russell and Hall never once showed their true ability. Miss Peggy Welsh, Lima, Pa.,' i and Bill Vogt, Princeton Univer- Listermana. .'..'. 0 o slty star, surprised in me mixea ; North Bend-Cleves nine continued Its rapid pace by pounding out a 14-3 win over the Union Printers No. 1 at Taft Field yesterday to Jump Into second plact pan the Madiflonvllle All-8targ, who were handed their third straight setback at the hands of the champion Llsterman Gardens, 5-1. Play was In tha Class A Municipal ranks. ' North Bend thumped three hurlers for IS blows In scoring Its third victory In a row over Jonnny Mrndell's lads and sewed up the affair witn a six-run barraoe in the seventh round when five straight blnglra sent pitcher Vlnc rinfcrdlnl to the show ers. Kd Weiss and Bob Krehs finished. DIcK Wltterstaetter was the bin noise rnr me winners with flvt hits In six swings, one a home run In the eighth inning with the bases loaded. tefty Dunaway, leading: North Bend, pounded out three hits In five trips whlla Pitcher Dick Williamson en-Joyed a perfect day with four conaecutiva single. Llsierman Hardens si retched its winning streak to four straight by gaining revenge for a 2-1 loss earlier In the season by downing Marilsonvllle, fl-1. at College Hill. Otis Wagner drill team pounded a trio of aloha Chemical hurlers for 20 hlls, totaling 29 bases, to smother the Chemical In the first half of double-header, 2-13, at Deer Creek. In tht nightcap St Deer Creek, the league-leading Mlnson Shoes team muted the cellar-dwelling Union Printers No. 2 club with a 14-3 lacing In a nxtMn-hit attack oft Cutttr and Mrskamp. By BOB BENTLEY Me' Y 1H !. mi pi a Us r vm m s- Enquirer Radio Editor TAW6TvnT AB.H.PO.AI Corken 4 1 0 0!Herog 4 2 11 Iredale 4 i 1 01 Winters 4 12 0 Young 4 0 3 5!Clrseman 4 12 4 Duermlt 4 1 12 0'Broseert 4 0 0 Robertson 4 0 0 0i Jones 4 1 1 Barrlck 4 11 3' Murphy 3 2 2 1 Hurd 4 0 2 2 Prune 4 17 0 Sayne 3 2 4 OiDlstasI 2 0 10 ;Theln 3 0 1 3i Tempke 3 10 0 Wetsel 1 0 0 0 Fenlngholi 10 0 0 'Ireland 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 S 24 13j Total 33 9 27 7 n nlensnnt a hoinc wtretrhrd nn n melt Rillv saved himself flom ! Miss Wolf, 2 6, C 1, 6 4 certain defeat time and again with brilliant shots. At 7 6, 40 15, match point, with Segura apparently needing only one more sharp single to any field with his baseball belting, Billy ran off four straight points, including a pick-up backhand passing shot that will have to be described by a fic- doublcs finals by beating Hall and , UNION PfUNTKRfM MINBON shot??. fl l, n.l V. A .ID.Il.I u,n A check for $1,100, representing profits of the tourney which may increase with a later accounting, was turned over to Colonel Arthur R. Underwood, commandant at B'ort Thomas for army emergency relief there, by Stanly Lewis General Chairman. Mayor James G. Stewart presented trophies. Amateur Golfers Are Victors Over Pros At Terrace Pari BY SUE GOODWIN. Pro-pro-amateur-amateur at Terrace Park Country Club was a complete success yesterday, especially from the amateurs' point of view, as they outpointed the pros by a single tab to make things all even over a stretch of four years. The amateurs took 14 out of the 27 points, leaving the unlucky pros with an unlucky 13. The course was longer than long, over 6,800 yards, as the tees were moved back as far as they'd go. Bob Gutwein's 70 was the scintillating individual score and he was able to get it despite a seven on one hole. The Golfers League and Clay Gaddie, Terrace Park pro, were hosts to these eolfers at a dinner following the Nassau rounds. Results: Pts. Amat'rs. Pros. John Busemeyer and Bob Rraun 3 3 Bill anehel and Fred Mllcy 3 Hon Clill mill Alnn Jnsliu 1 Frank Galliot nnd Bunny Kerning 2 1 S Rnv Elliott and A. J. - . Marshall V, 14 214 Hurry Boyer and Bill Jackson 2 Nelson Ruddy and Boh Meyers . . Boh Outwein and Art Smith 3 S Nell Ranslck and DeWltt. Balch ,2 Art Fisher and Ed Brophy 12 1 Doug Hill and Wally Chedwcli .: 24 Genrgp Meyers and Bcnny Bastln "4 21-4 Vi Sonnv Startsman and Bill Cle'nsy 1 Otto Hackbarth. and Bob 8:rnus 2 1 I Marty Dumler and Bill Roarh 24 Jem- Burns and George Mehrlng H 2H E r v Bsumgartner and Pete Stuntebeck 1H Clav Oaddle and Curtis Bryan 1H 1H Totals 14 1 13 Brorps Rt other courses: CLOVERNOOK l,ow scores In qualifier for club championship, Oenrge Ornthwohl and Cliff Hodapp comciTnllsts with 72'b, Carl Baumplrlner 74, Bob Emch 74, and Pete Millr ?4. HYDE PARK Second-round match play for club championship, Ward Braahares defeated Marty Dumler 1 up. John Shea defeated Rsjy Elliott 1 up. Ed Maher defeated Norman Hill 4 and 3, Doug Hill defeated W. Taylor 4 and 3. Low weekend scores, Ed Maher 72 and John Shea 7R. VYOM1NG-t Ruse and C. C. Taylor won the blind bogey. In first round of match play for club championship Eddie my neieTen ;u tjomstocK s and .J IX)SANT1VII.!.K Qualifying scores for club ehnmplonshlp, Louis ouUman, medal- isl, with a 7S; Fl ed Roth. H2 : (ieo.'Ke Rosenthal, M ; Tom Rels. 86; Henry Mosler. Sli: Nate Rosenherg, Sfi; Charles Slegel, ; Loth Newburgh, an; Ed Jacobs, 93; Leonard Freiberg, 81; Henrv Btlx, B2; M. H. Oot-tlnger. 93; E. J. Weston, 93; Robert L. Mayer, 94: Oordon Block, 96. KENWOOD Winners of the low net micd twosome, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith; second, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loewe. and third, Mr. Tom Darneal and Mrs. Ralpn L.inius. Two-man team event, Mel l ent-man and Earl Kline defeitcrt Bill Braim and Jack Cassln, 9 and 8; Larry Devanney and Ralph Bellman defeated Dr. Ball and Dr. Kit.miller 3 and 2: L. L. Oilman and H. Brake defeated R. Ostrander and Lee Hall 12 up; Dr. Gray and Jack Coot;an ilereated Tom Warner and Jim Tuach, 1 up, 19 holes. SYCAMORE Peggy Mccormick shot a 92 from the men's tee; two hest-thls-yenr, Ralph Rothiins, 83, and Walter Cnndo. 77: low week-end scores. Russell Hntdy. 77: Joseph Rchehr, 77; Wnlly Chadwell. 72. and .lack Shinkle, 74.. Three hundred Rollers plaved from here yesterday. rilDOKWOOD-In Ihe men's Plus-Twelve Handicap Tourney. O. L. Trenkler dereated Wes Elsten, 8 and 1 ; Jack Myers defeated Bob Bledeiiharn. 1 up. In the l.adlea Culh Championship, first night. Berneace Wat-kins detested Vern Bsumgartner, 3 'and 2 in Ihe first round; In Ihe second round, .lean Scars defeated Lnrelta Bludau. 2 and 1. In the second flight. May Ewers defeated Bernice Alban. ft and 4; J, Clark defeated Mrs. Dan Ivlns, 9 and 7, and Erancis Enainger dereated Mary Scanlon. 4 and 3. MAKETEWAH Winrers of Ihe semifinals of the President's trophy, John Finn, Jr.. dereited Dr. Ralnti Huttlcd. 4 SJld 2; Ralph Love defeated C. MeVlrker, 1 up. In the Ural match or the second filglit. Dr. J. L. Cotlrill and A. F. Lavercomhe pulled up all even afler 18 holes and will continue on later. Nelson Ruddy Ihe new city champion played Maketewnh Saturday and took a 75, while Sanford Brooks and his host. John Finn. Jr.. scored 7ft and 73, respectively. Low week-end scores were shot by W n Vollmer 3. and Jack Bruner 7(1. SUMMIT HILLS Low week-end rounds-Ted Wells. 74; Ed Deiers, 76: Carl Riefkln, Joseph Turner and Stu Wagner, all 7S; Larry Henn nnd Joe E. Brown, 79. In thi Governor's Trophy Handicap affair, quar-lorfinals Stu Wagner dereated Larry Henn, 3 and 2: in the second round, Carl Riefkln defeated Joe Turner, 1 up. Tristate League Tristate Semiprn v League staged Its thirty-second annual field day at Crosley Field yesterday with lour games, Interspersed with track events, before a crowd of 3. out). County Cards Jumped on Jack Murphy, the sllngln' t'choolmafiicr, for four runs In the first frame to eke nut a 4-3 triumph over Cheviot ?n the opening game. Two walks, a couple of fielder's choices, and singles by Metiger, Ernst, and Bushelman enabled the Cards to sew up the game. The Cards received a 6-11 drubbing from Deer Park in the abbreviated second game. Perry Canal!, atocky southpaw, allowed five hits and four walks in seven frames, but wag effective in the pinches. Deer Wright Cyclones set back Deer Park in the third game on the day's card, 2-1. Lnhbeck divided the hurling chores with Dick Boiten and Hank Zurelch. The losers were able to collect only two blows otf their combined hurling, both singlea by ('raff. The Cyclones obtained six blows off Ralph Birkoler, erstwhile big leaguer. in the firful game. Cheviot handett the Travelers a 4-2 riereat. Taylor and Hamrni held the losers to five hits while Cheviot rapped out 10. Ray NnllinB, Chicago Bears footballer, won two first place medals in the field events, whiley Metzger, a teamate of Nolt-ing's on the Cards, tlmshed Beond botrt limes. Jnck Kelly and Joe Barlierle of Wrights finished one-two In the third event, while the final heat was won by Dunny Westrlch and Boh Brenneman of Travelers. Blue Ash Civic Association will sponsor an all-day celebration at the Blue Ash Park Saturday with all receipts fcoing to the United Sen-ice Organizations. Feature of ihe day will he a game between the Travelers and Deer Park at fl::in p. nt. CHEVIOT. I COUNTY CAItisT" AB.H.PO.A AB.II I'O.A Alcorn. 3b 4 I 3 2Cutter.lf 2 0 10 HeiVke.2b 3 0 0 II' Nemis.lf ' 1 0 0 V Hayh'w.is 4 0 1 7. Metgel'.3b 4 3 2 2 Roetlle, lb 3 2 11 1 ! Griffith. 2ti 2 0 11 Patt'r'n.cf 3 0 0 0 Arer'n.2b 2 0 0 0 Decli'b'h.c 3 17 0 Ernst. ss 4 3 2 3 Coriinin.rf 3 12 0 Cun h m.lb 1 0 8 0 Johst.2b 2 0 f 1 Rose, lb 2 0 8 0 Tajlor.p 3 0 0 0 BushcPn.rf 4 2 0 0 Murph,lf 4 10 2 NoHlng.cf 3 0 10 .'nlley.e 3 0 ft 2 Totals 32 6 24 13 Unhurt. c 0 0 1 0 Blnnlm'r,p 2 0 0 0 Tsslie 10 0 0 Negel.p 0 0 0 2 Blum.cf 3 L H k'p.lb 4 Grawe.Jb 4 Cutter. p 4 H.H'skp.ss 4 Sheridan. c 2 W'k'mp.3b 2 Molodelz.lf 4 Wella.rf 2 B.irach.c 0 Vincent, 3b 2 Totals 0 1 lCarter.rf u v u co ik.cr 1 1 liSeibert.sa 0 0 liShore,2h 2 2 4iMeder.3b 16 0 Cldwell.lb 0 0 Oiri'kmyer.lf 0 4 0 Murphy, c 1 1 0 otlen.c 0 1 ljHoffman.p 2 0 0 1 Totals 31 7 24 7 Back in the good old days, when the average American's Idea of the tops in drama was the tent show which came around once a year, the actor who could "double in brass" was considered a valuable man to have around. Originally, the term referred to an actor who could play an Instruv-ment in the orchestra pit, tno, thus giving the management two men's work for one man's salary and traveling expenses. ' Then along came some really versatile fellows or perhaps they were gradually made so by some stock company impresario who weren't just acting when they did the Simon Lrgree role In "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Whatever the cause, before long, In order to qualify as a "doubler in brass," a man had to be able to act, do a betwecn-the-acts specialty, play in the band, drive a team of horses, round up assorted properties on short notice, work the stage lights, set up scenery, drive tent stakes, and lend a hand on the rope that hauled Little Eva up to her heavenly abode. Radio today has Its own "doublers In brass," such as the many-voiced fellows heard on those Sunday night "Inner Sanctum Mysteries" sessions. Hi Rrnwrt. nrnrlticer nf the 3 4 ft a 7 8 Xt ..1 r . .... 1. -rt 1- 0 Q j n, 0 0 1 acJIeo, 11 eiueiiuy ucco Jiuuiv xeil- rens, oantos urtega, or other equal ly talented actors in as many as three parts on one show. They are so versatile that they can even talk to themselves, and sound like a gtfiRMATJs: AB.H.PO.A 0 0 5 0 0 X 6 6 3 10 ft 3 0 i ft 1 2 2 i ' r ' r '' 1, I y . r fS f I f MARY JANE HIGBY, the star of "When a Girl Marries," celebrates its third year on the air today. WLW, 5 p. m. B 3 3 4 wnole crowd of people. 212 ft 1 U 0 4 11.0 2120 2 0 5 0 5101 43 16 27 11 1 Innings .... 1 2 3 4 5 (In. Pt. No. 2. 0 0 O 0 1 Minson Shoes .0 3 2 2 0 78 1103 4 1 2 14 TlORTll b'KnBT CLEVEK. UNJOrT PRINTERS NO. 1. AB.H.PO.A AB.H.PO.A Wltter.ss 6 ft 1 1 Kenealy.ss 4 112 Stev'ns.3b .1 1 ft 3 Krehs. rf-p 4 0 0 0 Kcheve.2b 6 12 1 Mnntesi.2h 4 0 ft 1 Fossltt.lb 3 0 7 0 W'ld'ck.lb 4 1 10 0 Ftam.lb 1 0 0 0 Wel.-e,3b-p 3 0 0 1 iVway.rf ft 6 2 0; King, It 3 10 0 Ha.vP.-,,lf 3 1 3 11 Kluig.cf 2 0 2 0 Murray, cf 4 0 2 0: Lecsman.c 3 18 3 riant. c 4 18 l.C'lerdinflp 2 0 0 5 Bnatrite.c 0 0 1 0,H'b't.3b-s 110 0 WlU'son.p 4 4 0 2 H sh cf-lb 2 0 10 Uuilkev.3b 0 0 0 1 Totals 41 18 27 8 Emmick.rf 10 0 0 I Th'pson.cf 0 0 0 0 I Totals 33 6 27 13 innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R. H. E. North Bend. ,3 0 0 0 1 0 6 4 014 16 3 U. Prts. No. 1 000010800 i 6 3 OVERLOOK. I WR1GHI'. AB.H.PO.A IkB.H.PO.A Mllazzo.cf 5 0 0 0 Pf'fer.lf 4 110 Radlg'n.ss ft 1 1 2 Her.C'r'l.sa 4 112 Br'g'n.lb 5 3 OpZollers.lb 4 0 14 0 Mentrop.o 3 0 10 0 Sellers. cf 4 0. 1 0 Kaieer.it 3 3 2 0 Har.C'r'l.c 4 15 0 Knse.3b 4 2 13 Poinsett. 2b 0 0 12 st'kel'n.rf 3 0 2 0 Bader,2b 2 12 2 Miller 1 1 0 U Bovil.Sb 4 0 0 1 Cullen.2b 4 0 2 l;oamm,rf 4 110 Jaspers, p 4 2 0 l Hatter.p .110 1 1 Hulebeck.p 110 0 Totals 37 12 27 7 1 I Totals 34 7 27 8 Innings. . Overlook . . , Wrlhht.. ... 123456789 020000300 5 100 0 11000 3 I I Totals "WAflNEK catlLL. .GLOBE CHl'TSTlOAL. AB.H.PO.A I AH.1I.PO.A Pearson, 2b 4 2 0 OiM'd'h'l.cf-c 4 2 3 II Dwyer.D 2011 Foster, p-3b 4 0 3 0 Kor'n.cf-c 6 3 4 0 I,nnd,r-p 4 2 0 0 Lollin'n.lf 2 2 1 OUones.lb 3 2 5 1 Kliellin.lf 4 0 10 MeCa'hy.rf 3 0 10 wcnaeter.c 4 a 4 1 Pfelffer.lf 3 0 2 0 Kunnen.lb 5 2 8 O Wnlery.2b 3 0 2 1 canon. rf 4 2 10 Baker.cf-s 3 2 ft II Rroit.ss 4 3 3 0 short, p-3b 2 10 0 myeis..in 0 1 u li Woelfel.p ft 2 0 3, Totals 29 6 21 2 iviaioney.cr 1 1 0 U Totals 45 20 21 6 Innings I 11 12; In VVa'gner OH II 10 Innings... 12345678D Cheviot 00120000 03 County C'rds 40000000 X 4 Armstrong To Battle Friday, Facing Shank At Denver those witty but wacky housewives who argue and chat obout this and that give you a lift and a laugh every... lQU WED. FBI. WCKY-11 A.fVL New York, June 28 (AP) Henry Armstrong, former triple crown champion, goes after his third success along the comehack trail when he meets Ruben Shank of Denver in a ten-rounder Friday. They will meet in the Colorado City. Shank holds a decision over Fritzie Zivic, the man who took the last of Armstrong's titles the wrlterweiffhlBhrown. Zivic will be on display in Newark tomorrow night, battling Norman Rubia, Albany, N. Y., in a ten-round bout. This week's national boxing program: Monday At New York: Lulu Costantino, New York, vs. Pedro Hernandez, Puerto Rico, featherweights (10). At New .Haven, Conn.: Johnny Cockfield, New York, vs. Joey Iannotti, New Haven, featherweights (8). At Baltimore, Md.: Allie Stolz, Newark, N. J., vs. Billy Banks, Washington, lightweights (10). At Newark, N. J.: Fritzie Zivic, Pittsburgh, vs. Nor- man Rubio, Albany, N. Y., welter weights (10). At New Orleans.! Jackie Callura, Hamilton, Ont vs. Vince Dell'Orto, New York, featherweights (10). At Pittsburgh, Pa.: Charley Burley, Minneapolis, vs. Ezzard Charles, Cincinnati, middle-weights (10). At Chicago: Jimmy Reeves, Cleveland, vs. Nate Bolden, Chicago, middlewolghts (12). Tueeday At New York: Aaron Seltzer, New York, vs. Frnnkle Rubino, New York, featherweights (8). At Brooklyn: Danny Kapilow, New York, vs. Lee Wright, Los Angeles, welterweights (8). At Hartford, Conn.: Izzy Jannazzo, New York, vs. Freddie Cabral, Boston, welterweights (8). At New York: Sonny Home, Niles, Ohio, vs. Jerry Fiorello, Brooklyn, middlewelghts (6) J 'George Kochan, United States Coast Guard, vs. Larney Moore, Hempstead, L. I., middlewoights (8). Wednesday Unscheduled. Thursday At New York: Beau Jack, AtiKusta, Ga vs, Bohby Mc-Intyre, Detroit, lightweights (8). Friday At .Denver, Uolo.: l-icnry MORRIS EUR. PCOUTtTr CARDS. AB.H.PO.A! AB.H.PO.A Pheinn.rf 4 111 Cutter.lf 3 10 0 Hunter, 2h 4 0 1 3:MrtzKer,3h 3 2 11 Mnntag.lf 4 10 0:c,rlfflth,2b 3 0 11 chutle.3b 4 0 1 I Kinst.ss 3 112 Raah.ss 3 12 3 Cunn'm.lb 2 0 3 0 A.Har'n.rf 4 0 0 0 Bush'an.rf 2 110 Mnrris'y.c 3 2 7 l:Noltln,cf 10 2 0 (l.Ha'n.lb 3 2 8 1 Bohnrt.o 3 0 10 0 Cahall.p 2 0 11 Tn,ke.p 10 0 2 iRose.lh 10 2 0 Totals 31 7 21 12 Thomas, p 10 0 1 I Totals 23 5217 Inninss 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Morris Fur. fir. Pk. 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 ft County cards 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Globe Chemical. 2 3 4 ft 6 7 2 2 1 1 3 2-0 0 0 0 0 2- WRICHt. I DEER PARtf. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A Thlnnes.rr 4 I 1 3, AHnrdln.rr I 0 0 0 B'bicrl.rf 4 0 0 0, Phelnn.cf 10 0 0 Howard. 2b 4 2 1 l;Grner.2h 3 2 0 2 B'mielr.lt 3 2 2 0 MnntaK.lf 3 0 10 Ptelffcr.lb 3 0 10 lSrhulle3b 2 0 2 0 Kellcy.cf 1 0 0 Hi Rash.ss 3 0 11 S'rnnRle.cf 1 0 2 0 Ken'edy.rf 3 0 10 S'm'del,3b 3 0 0 1 1 CHarrtltl.lb 2 0 ft 2 O'Toole.c 1 1 1 () Brooks 1 0 10 0 Sh'nhoff 0 0 0 0, Birkorcr.p 3010 Lohtaeck.p 1 0 2 0 Herbeis 10 0 0 Bolton. p 0 0 0 0! Zurlck.p 1 0 0 0 Totals 23 2 27 Totals 2D 6 27 dj Buckeye League Whit Oak retained Its lead in the Buckeye LeaRue by turnlnc hack Lovsiand, 4- 2 yesterday. The winner's Infield was outstanding With 13 assists handled In flnv.less fashion. Ornesheck Cardinals bnnced nut 22 hits for. a 15-4 victory over the Nobel Machine Company nine. Blltman and P. Wursel slammed out five hits each In six trips. Madeira downed Tarvln Provisions by a 5- 2 count as OerU of Tarvins blasted a homer. Perrln stood out on the offense with four hits in as many attempts. Mil-ford triumphed over the Thomas Funeral Home team, 14-7, in the other game "THoMab. MiEEoftfT """ AB.H.1J0,AI AH.HPO.A Lauder.Cf 3 12 0 Kuhn.ss 5 3 12 L'shb'k.Sb 3 11 S Unotlo.rf 5 2 3 0 Asherry.ss 4 10 2 Drestel.lr 0 2 0 Dunkel.rf 5 0 10 Lev.r 4 2 5 0 fiross.c 5 2 0 OWdlow.lb 6 0 10 0 Kcnlt.2b 3 12 H'Lnhr.rf 4 0 2 0 Starky.rf 2 0 3 0' Smith. 3b 4 10 2 Kruse.lb 3 0 8 0'Kur;ler,2b 3 0'U 3 Bailie, p 3 2 2 0Ward,p 5 2 13 Totals 31 8 24 s Totals 42 10 24 8 Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Wrinht Cyclones... 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 Deer Park 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 CHEVIOT. 1 AB.H.PO.A! 8mllh.2b 4 1 2 fi Bauman.cf Alcnin.lt 4 2 0 " Burns. rf Hayh'w,?s 4 112 R.LanR.ss Rnrttle.lh 5 0 14 1 CLsbglf Mnyf'd.3b 4 2 2 11 , Elect 'r, 2b Derkh'h.c 4 0 5 0; Wetr'h.2b Pat's'n.cf 4 2 10 Nolan. lb Hen'ke.rf 4 1,2 U; r?nx,3h Taylor, p 2 0 10 i Mrver.c IHmmit.p 2 10 ,Knehl,c Murphy, If 1 0 0 0 Rosen. p ' Srhafer.p Totals 38 10 27 II Dolman TRAVELERS. AB.ll.iO.A Innings. . Thomas. . . . Mtlfnrd 12 3 2 11 1 2 1 4 5 fl 7 8 8 0 0 0 2 107 0 0 5 2 3 X 14 "TIEBEL. I GROERBECK. 40301 Chrlst'r.c 4 0 1 o'LHi-son.ss 4 2 4 i I Apke.n 3 0 2 II Horses. p 1 AH II PO A mupni Karle.lf 2 0 0 O Bernh t.2h 3 10 3 Beyer.lf .1 1 1 1 1 Bonnert.cf 10 10 Ch.B'er.ss 4 0 0 3'Well.cr 4 12 0 Eroscn.cf 4 111 Bleu, 2b ' 5 1 4 Oi Black. 3b 5 0 1 Si Hli.tman.3b 5 1 3, Smd.lh 4 1 12 0 Dlsilrr.lf 6 2 10 Chlldr's.rt 4 110 Knmm'iel.c 5 1 S 0 4 1 4 O Wurzel.ih 8 5 12 1 5 2 1 Ulacohs.rf 5 2 10 2 0 12 2 0 2 J 3 0 7 1 3 1 0 II 2 1 3 II 10 3 1 2) 1 II It f 0 1 10 0 0 Totals .12 5 27 B Innings. . 1 2345S789 Cheviot 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 Travelers. . .000011 00 02 OTHER LEAGUE RESULTS. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. CLOWN ALSO BOASTED FlkST OA M PI. Tnnlnss ...,1 2 3 4 5 8780 R. H. E. . .., t AvAlno ..a Tant.on puinreapons . , U I U 1 U U U U 1 1 0 fll.usuuus, uusnuscra, .o.uu IoWn ,.0000000000 ft 3 Batteries Haefner and Linton, Giuliani Marcum, Pyle, and Spindel. SECOND OAME. Innings 1 2 3 4 ft 8 7 R, H. E Minneapolis 100000 0 1 4 0 Toledo 000000 0 0 5 0 Batteries Mungr). S hecti (3), and Giuliani; Ostermueller and Keller. 0 0 0 OiWuri'h'r.n 4 2 0 1 3 2 0 1 Frlcwh'n.n 2 10 2 Hooper, p 10 0 1 Re.'km'n.p 1 0 0 1 Totals 46 23 27 12 Totals 38 8 24 13 There are Amos and Andy, Lum and Abner, Jimmy Sciibner, and many others. There is reason for it, this modern "doubling In brass." First of all, better characterisation, because the actors are topflight men. Brown casts each role individually. It Just happens that most of the time Behrens, Ortega, and the others like them are the best men available for the particular parts they are assigned. They are Jacks of all dialects, and masters of all. Then, too, if a director casts a different actor for each part, he Would have a studio full of actors, getting in each other's way. By using his "doublers in brass" he Uses half as many, streamlining his production problems and getting the show across to the public in the most efficient way possible. Changes And Changes LAD1TCS, Don't set your mental clock telling you it's time for the regular duty you perform when any given program Is on; for today is a day of changes. The net works are undergoing those chnnges ho frequently in radio here is a partial timetable: ' "Life Can Ba Beautiful." WLW, 9:30 a. m. "Music Room" (new). WLW, 9:45 a. m. "Lone Journey." WLW, 10:45 a. m. "Road of Life." WLW, 11 a. m. "Against the Storm." WLW, 11:30 a. m. "Women in White." WLW, 12:15 p. m. "Lonely Women." WLW, 2:15 p. m. "Mary Marlin." WLW, 3 p. m. Note Lum and Abner stay at WLW, 6:30 p. m. Extra Leon Henderson. WLW, 11:30 p. m. "David Ca?ter Dean." WCKY, 12:15 p. m. "Vaughn Monroe." WCKY, 7?30 p. m. "Empire City Races." WKRC, 4:30 p. m. "Joe Frasetto Orchestra." WKRC, 5:30 p. m. "Burt Farber Orchestra." WSA1, 7 p. m. "College of Music." WSAI, 9 p. m. TERVIEWS CORPORAL RICHARD , OLASSMEYER OF WAL NUT HILLS (returned recently from a torpedoing experience on the way to Iceland.) King'will also nril tot r ct t vtw nnmv mnhui. nf .. . 1 1 ., : . T 1 , i , aiiuuicr auiuier in lueiaiiu, net inaction. WKRC, 9:15 a.m. Monday Regulars "Via AND SADE" A dramatlo program that came into being only because a young continuity writer didn't duck fast enough when his boss started handing out assignments, will be 10 years old today. Which is another way of saylhg that "Vie and Sade," perennial favorite of radio listeners and winners of more "best programs" citn tions, than there are medals on General MacArthur's chest, starts its eleventh year on WLW, 11:15 a. m. .NORMA SHEARER SPOTLIGHTED ON HEDDA HOPPER'S PROGRAM. WCKY, 6.15 p. fn. THE LONE RANGER Riding at ths head of a dashing cavalry troop to forestall the dynamiting of a vital dam, the Ranger' and his faithful fridhd, Tonto, will spend a busy day. WSAI, 6 p. ,m, More Changes "LITTLE DAVID" WARD of WKRC will play on his harp from Chicago starting today. VOX POP will launch Canadian Army Week with an international salute by Parks Johnson and War ren Hull, who will brondcHst inter views from the Army Offlceis' Training School for Eastern Canada, Brockville, Ontario. WCKY, 8 p. m. HELEN HAYES does a belated encore in the procession of stars over "Cavalcade of America" aS Julia Ward Howe, In "The Hymn From the Night." WLW, 8 p. m. A nearly perfected formula for synthetic rubber and the efforts of Nazi agents to obtain it result in "The Case of the Gestapo Murder," the "Bulldog Drummond" chiller to be aired over WKRC, 8:30 p. m. "VOICE OF FIRESTONE." Ths lone rubber company on the air has decided to continue its current program through the summer, despite the rtlhbef (Shortage. MARGARET SPEAKS offers what is perhaps the most-requested song in her large repertoire "Mothihg," by Oley Speaks. WLW, 8:30 p. m. LISTEN To The Voice Of The Enquirer, 'xrr. -mi a -m'cs tinrTD AtvtinnfaI by men, as NELSON KING IN-lWSAl, 5:25 and 10:45 P. M. mm wlw niiiiTMiiiiiiiniiiE 1 .a I TUNING GUIDE TO CINCINNATI 'RADIO'- STATIONS Eaitem War Time C C. I. S. (N) N. I. C. M Mulu.l (R ceerd loo ,1250 USD rfTTT 1360 IwcKyl ,15J0 A. .M.I HI.V. 700 K. r:0O.Day-Brpiikei-K fiiiniDelmnre Bn-thers fi;3l)tGriliidpa Junes :4riUtiKh, Kay, and Irene "6 : 00 i 1 Lehi" ami Martha B:l.T0irly, liuhy, ami Jim Day B:lU!Colrten West Girls B:irDiifiing Pioneers :06iNation' li'amlly Prayer "7:lff.Mmanao 7:30 Reporter-News 7:15Reveille Roundup R:(IH Time to Shins 8:l5;L'arrr,ll D. Alcntt S:30itealera In Dreams IMaiConmimera Foundation 11:00 Aunt Jenny 9:15 Linila' First Love 0:10 Life Can Be Beautiful S:45 To he announred IO:00!Bea .lohneon N N lOMrilBnciieior'e Children I0:.ni-sweet River J 0 : 15 the Journey nTofJIRoad ortife " N Htl.iiVre and Hade N 11 i.-iO Againsr. the Storm M ll:4.rDavm Hnrum N I'.M.I WLW, 70S K. 127(101 lOdilor'a Daitahter 12:1li Woman In White I2::i0Reporter-News ia:45l-:veryboity' Farm 1:00 il ve ryboil y ' aa rm lMri.Kveiybojya Farm l:.10Big Sister l:4.'iilcarls In Harmony 2:0'HLlKht. or the World N 2:mLanely Women 2::lO:OuidiU(; Unlit N 2:4ri;llymna ot All Churehen N "STofT Mary-MaTlln :t:l."ijMa Peiltina K :i:y0Peptier Vming N f):4D:Right to Happineaa WSAI. 1,360 K. News i-"ver Pullera Newj Cover Pullers News Dally, Expresi iSettl Dally ftxpre.is World News Roundup B Paul HoiiRea Pnul HodRCn Rita Hncltctt Breakfast Club BreaKfast. Cluh B Breakfast Club B Breakfast Club B Newa Rnarkey and Dud Helnmntes N Second Hushhtl B Milton Chase Honeymoon Hill .lolm's Other Wife Just Plain Bill WCKV. l..'.:iO K, Sign On News Music .ev,s '. Musio WKiic, s30Kr Nea Mllsio Netvs RailtoPastor Re:: blivis News Al Biiitid At Blnnd Al Bland Re:: l)nvl Newa Olive Kackley Olive Kaoklev Qlivo KaclUey i're.s News F'liRar nnd Spict lrr,ur Cluhmen linrvry and Dell WSAI. 1,1100 K. New Klwood Oary Btiecaneers Colonel Cumqualt News Battle of Tunes Battle of Tunes Bnttle of Tunea News Battle nf Tunes Mr. orpheus Fans 4:llllB:n:ltst!lfin WiTo N 4:iriBtelln Dallas . N 4:,'l0j!.oren!o .Innps N 4:4fifouns Widdel- Brown N ,ri:iit)When a Uirl Marries 5:1riPortla Faces Life N ri:;illlTh Onldhergs SMSiVio and Snde W TiOfliReporteFNews 6:1s Evenin' Neighbor 8:i'inLum and Ahnef B 0 :4,1 Ixiwell Thomaa B 7:0i)Tfred Wii'fTnV N 7:1nCarroll D. Allcott 7:;iOMelorJies at sunset 7:irH, V. Kaltetibcrn' N 8:t!0iCavalcade of America .fl:iriCavalcnde of America S::i'l Voice of Fll-estnna 8:-l."l Voice of Firestone lnnlhps. Nehel flrnerbeck. 1234Sn7S(l 00O220 O0O4 t 4 0 1 1 0 3 0 x 15 MAPKIRA. I TARVfN AB.H.PO.A; AB.H.PO.A Flem'K.2h 5 3 2 2 Marlin. 3b 5 3 14 l.nt h s.cf 4 2 3 II (lertf.lb 4 2 10 1 Wnnd.rf 3 0 0 ill l)audnn.2b 4 0 0 II niruier.sa il 1 4 r inrna, If 4 14 Pohl'n.e 3 15 0 Lnsh.e 4 2 3 2 Bnllman.lf 3 0 0 0 M'Onn'd.rf 4 0 0 0 Pen-In, lb 4 4 10 i, Kills. ss 2 0 4 3 Wll'ms,3b 3 0a li vVelsh'd.df 3010 Young. p 4 1 1 2 Fr'rlrk.p 3 11fl , 1 Burner.p 10 0 0 Totals 32 12 27 14: I Totals 34 9 i 10 Shank, Denver, welterweights (10). At Hollywood, Calif.: Manuel Ortiz Los Angeles, vs. Elwood Romero, Sacramento, bantamweights (10) liams, both who formerly played with the Baltimore Elite Giants, "Showboat" Milton, top-notch first baseman, - Third-baseman Arcenia Knowles and Pitchers Willie Hubert, Jim Lewis, Rocky Ellis and J. B. Corley. "Peanuts" Nyasses will attempt to register his sixth consecutive local win when he hurls one of the games. He also will be out to stretch his record of having permitted only one earned run in 46 innings as Crosley Field. A sepia beauty contest also Is scheduled. By Baltimore, Which Plays Here Sunday Beauty Contest Billed. "Peanuts" Nyasses will not have all the clowning to himself .when the Cincinanti Clown's play the Baltimore Grays in a double-header at Crosley Field Sunday. The Grays also have st clown of their own in "Xing Tut," who promises to show Cincinnatians his own version of everything daffy. A cracker-jack first-baseman, "King Tut" has been forced out of play because of injuries, but he makes his presence known just the same. The Clowns should be ' hard pressed in their attempt to retain their one-game hold on first ilace in the Negro Major League as Ihe Grays are in second place and two wins would net them the lead. The Grays boast a strong team I " aim ini:iuae some 01 tne oeuer known Xooi-n nlnvi-e in flu! flolHore Norman Robinson and Biggie Wil-'S out a 16"3 w,n over ,he Mandery FIRST GAME. InnlnRS . . . . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R. H. E. St. Paul 10000000 S 3 6 1 Columbus ... 30000230 x 8 8 0 Batteries Swift, Msrt.n (8), and Andrews; Crouch and Heath. SECOND GAME. Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R. H. F,. St. Paul 000000 0 0 4 0 Columbus 10000O x 18 0 P.att ?ries Bowman and Paeek; Wilks and Keath. Class B Unbeaten Kessen Shoes team added another victim to its strlnK in ,-tavlni; 'off a challenge to Its top position by trounrinrc the "1"' Defenders, 11-3, In a Class B Kame yesterday. Harry Hrh-mnn turned in an excellent pitching .lob in scattering nire of the Defenders' hits. Tom Blankenships slipped back Into sec ond place hy romninq to a l'-'-3 vh-tory ver Ihe laal-place Hartwell nines, f.dtue Schlen,ker worked for the cluhmen. Bernard showed its wrath by pum FIRST OAME. Innings 1 2 3 4 5 ,6 7 8 9. R. H. E. Milwaukee.... 000000000 0 2 Indianapolis. . 30000004 x 7 12 t Batteries Naktems. Lanfranconl (71. ahrt ueorge; roai ana acniucter. SECOND OAME. Inning 1 2 3 4 5 8 7 R. H. E Milwaukee 0000000 0 8 0 Indianapolis 0 0 2 0 0 3 x 5 11 0 (Seven innings. 1 Batteries Vandenherg, Campbell and Griswold; Reid and Hartnett. F1R3T OAME. Innings. . ...1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 R. H. E. Kiins.is City.. 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 8 (I Louisville 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 x 3 9 1 Batteries Ardlr.oia, Karpel (7i, and 3ears; Deutsch, niumette (0), and Walters. SF.COND GAME. Innings 1 2 3 4 5 8 7 8 9 R. H. E. Kansaa city.. OOOOOOOfll 1 8 2 Louisville 00O00000 0 0 4 0 Batteries Wenslof and Sears; Wood and Lacy, Walters,. Innings.. 12 3 488789 Tarvinn. ... 101 0 0000 02 Madeira ...101 1 1100 x 5 LOVELANO. I WHITE OAK. AB.H.PO.AI AB.H.PO.A Flnk.rr 5 1 2 III Betsch.ss 4 10 6 Bnw'n,2b 4 2 1 3 Murphy, lb 5 4 13 1 C.H p'r.lb 4 0 11 01 Oakley. If 3 1 10 E. Little. ss 4 1 U o,Dewald,2b 4 12 2 Bairn. 3b 5 10 3 Haubner.rf 4 0 10 Black. ct 4 2 3 0' Auel,3b 4 0 0 3 H.Har'r.c 4 2 8 0 Bilrk.of 4 2 2 0 Siv'nser.p 4 0 1 Oi Grote.C 4 1 S 0 K.Little.rf 2 0 3 0Stelner,p 4 0 0 2 Totnls 38.9!IT11 Totals 34 10 27 13 9:bfl!Tclcnhone flour 0;lil(Teicphotie Hour 9:.10!Dr. I. Q 9:4.iDr. 1. q. lo:00Contentert Hour ll):inCnntented Hour 10:30 1 Ft. Thomas Blackout KMfijLnne Journey News Hr.tlle of Tunes Bittle of Tunes Battle of Tunes News Bullle of Tunes Bulile of Tunes BnttleofTunes Revolving Bandstand Kxtra Innings Serenade nick Bi-ny Ixme Ranger Ixine RnhKer lav Sims News Highlights Burt Farber Burt Farber The Chatterer News of the World ll:00Jay Sims 11:1A; Background 11:30 Leon Henderson 11 :45;Emllo Cnreres i. m .1 wEwTolTIC i2:0llRcpniter News 12:irineke Mnffltt 12:30M.'ion Hlver l2i4l);Mnon Hlvef "1:00 Pmllo CaeeiTd 1:15 Emllo caeeres 1 :,'IOL,'it3 News 1:4;. The 70(1 Club IMIOipanca Orchestra Meet the Sponsor Gems of Music True or False True or False College of Music College of Musio Your Blind Oate Your Blind Date Dance Time Flowers to Good N'bor Arthur Tracy Voice of the Enquirer Lindley and Hiijman N Musio You Want Music You Want Guy Lnmhardo WKAl7T,3fliT"iC Nllcclub Nlleclub Nltei-lub Nitecluh Valiant Lady C "Kitty Kn.le'' C Ptepmrther C Ilex PsVis. News clnra, LU, and Em C Fletcher Wiley C Ill-Wit H'liiznh c Baseball Roundup vcKvrr,83ii it Kate Smith speaks C David Carter Deane Romance of H. Trent C Our Gnl Sunday P Rex Davis Our Children Front Porch Swing Livestocks Young Dr. H alone C Joyce Jordan C Love and Learn C Sciires,NrWs. Music Scores, News, Music Scores, News, Musio Scores, News, Music Scores. News, Music HCores, News. Music .Hcures, News, Music Scores, News, Music Sores, News, Music Mcores, News, Music Scores, News, Music Lou Smith Ben Berrlc C Rex Davis Hcdd.i Ho.iper C Frank Paiker C World Today C Amos and Andy C Amer. Filers in Australia Vaughn Monroe C Vaughn Monroe C Vox Pop C vox pop c (ley 110's Revue C Cecil Brown C LuxTUriio Theater C Lux Radio Theater C Lux Radio Theater C Lux Radio Theater C Cousin Emmy Cousin limmy Cillers " ' Cartel's i'ncle Henry I'ncle Henry News Morning Melodies Texas Rangers Texas Rangers News . Morning Serenadt At linlel Todav Karl Zomnfs Hcrspb'k NeTws, Hunt Morning Rhythm Roman's Hour vVoman'fl Hour News vVoman's Hour J.lst For You Civnians In Wartime News MlTlhera Mainers f'ar'.ers Carters WKIIC, 680 K.. News, McCarthy Dick the Dot Man Farmer's Roundup Farmers' Roundup News McCarthy Afternoon Varieties AP News Afternoon Varieties M News. McCarthy Mnrcninc Men Siesta Serenade Knrn Kobhlrls News, Mi-Curfhy Melodic Moods Shady Valley F,)ks Shady Valley Folks . News, McCarthy Afterhoiih Serenade Empire Ttp.ee Roinnnce and Rhythm News, McCarthy Evening Serenade Joe Taistoo . Joe Tarstoo W7CPO, 1,230 K. Musical ArheTltS-. Musicnl America. News Musical CloClc Musical filoclc Musicnl Cloclc News Morning' Stat Musicnl Cloclc Musicnl Clock News T"riay We Honor Patriotic Perarts Rhythm Rambles Ncwa My Arhrlca MiiFie-Mkers M 11 a ic-Mafcers Nevvg Memorv l,nn Llltle Hhow Question Box News--Sports Final Nltecltt'i Nlleclub Nitecluh Sign Off fjady Esther Serenade C Lady Esther serenade C Bobby B. Baker ( News News of Ihe World C To be announced Pleasant Prer-ms Pleasant Drenms ft'CHV, 1.530 K. C.I-.H News Dick Jurgens Les Rluwh I,en Brown Press News Sign Off News, McCarthy i VVaite Hoyt Sports Reunion with Melody ReunlonwithMelody News Fuiton Lewis Johnson Famiiv Red Ryder . M Red Ryder : M Cal Tlnnev M For Your Information Dulldii Drummond Bulldog Drummond NcwsMcCarthv Analysis of Propaganda Better Half Better Half News R". G. 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News v Melody For Lunch Man In the Studio Sin g a Song - NevVS Rhythnl Top-tint SerenSds Top-Hot Serenade News : Judge Rhythm Court Judge Rhythm Court Judge Rhythm Court News Judge Rhythm court Judge Rhythm Court Judjje Rhythm Court News - Judge Rhythm Court Judge Rhythm Court Jlld go Rhythm Court News tludge Rhythm Court Jam For Supper Jam For Supper News Kidin' On Alt Sam Balfer Dinner Dance News Symphonic Swing Loveliness For Yoti Love'iness For Yotl News patriotic Parade Meet Your Navy Meet Your Navy News Treasury Star Parad St. Andrew's ChurrM St. Andrew's Church News Land of Liberty Land nf Liberty Land ol Liberty Newa S Stars Over America, Stars Over America Stars Over America wcpo, i,':iti k7" News Sign Off A.M.I"" WLW, 700 K. n:00IDay-Break"er,a BHSIDelmors Brothers 5:30 Grandpa Jones 6:45Hugh, Kay, and Irene TUESDAY MORNING RADIO PROGRAMS worn, 1,23d k. S:0(l!f.em and Martha 6:lCurly, Ruby, and Jim Day n:.iu(ioiiien west uins 6:4fijDrifting Pioneers Innings.. 1234578 White Oik.. 1 0 000.102 Loveland... 00000002 9 0 4 0 S SOl'THMtN ASSOCIATION. Knoxvllle 3-4, Atlanta a-S. Nashville 9-1, Chattanooga 2-s. New Orleans 6-3, Little Rock 10-4. Birmingham 9-8, Memphis 7-1. PACIFIC COAST I.EAGl'F. FIRST GAMES. Sacramento 9. Seattle 3. Man Francisco R. Oakland S. San Diego 2. Portlaod 1. Los Ahgeles 11, Hollywood 10. . KRAFT IS WINNER. Kansas City, Mo., June 28 (INS) Johnny Kraft of Denver today won the forty-second Trans-Mis sissippi golf tournament, defeating Irl Oliver of Kansas City, four and thre. 7:00Natlon's Family Prayer 7:l"tA!manao 7:30'R:uiorter-News J:4BMunsfleld nnd Abott TlYriOTime to Shine S:1nCarroll Jj. Alcntt S:30Culoncl Cumqu.-itt 8:45jCortstimers' Foundation 9:00Aunt Jenny 9:15L1nda's First Love 9:30 Life Can Be Beautiful 9:45 To be announced 10:00i Bess Johnson " 10:iriBache)ofs Children 10:.10sweet River 10:15iLone Journey ri':00Roa(T'or"Life ll:16!Vlo and Sadt ll:30!Against the Storm 11 :4uDavid Harum l2:00IEdltur s Daughter News Cover Pullers News Cover Pullers bslly Express News Dally Express World News Roundup ' B faui nooges Paul HcdgM Rita Hackett fiicaktast Club B Breakfast Club Breakrast Club Breakfast Club News " Sparkey snd Dud Helpmates Second Husband News" Honeymoon Hill John's Other Wife lust piam Bin News CKV. 1.530 H. Sign On News Music News Musio News Musio News Music News Al Bland Al Blnnd Al Eland Rex Davis, News Olive Kacltley Ollva Kackley Franklyn Stewart Press News Sugar snd Spies T.ir.e T.me Harvey and Dell WKRC, J55inC Cousin Emmy Cousin Kmmy Carters Carters Uncle Henry Uncls Henry News Morning Melody Texas Rsngers Texas Rangers News Morning Serenade At Hotel Today Karl Zoinar's Pcrnph'k Musical America Musical America News Musical Clock Rldin' On Air Musical Clock Valiant Ladv "Kitty Fnyle" Stepmother Rex Davis. News Carol King Fletcher Wllev Bright Horizon Basebah Rounduo Kate smTtn" Speaks O N'3WS Morning Rhythm Woman's Hour-Woman's Hour News Woman's Hour Choir Loft Cinema Calendar News Carters Mainers Cousin Kmmy Uncle Hcn--y News, McCarthy News Morning Star Musical Clock Musical Clock News Today We Honor Patriotic Parade Rhythm Rambles News My AmerlcA Music-Makers Music-Makers News Memory Lane Little Show News Question Box I Mian 1530 Gil THE DIM. 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