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SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1949 BLYTHEVTI.LE (ARK.) COURIER MKWS PAGE FTVB Braves Edge Phillies 4-3 In 16th 4 Junior Inning; Cards Defeat Reds 9-1 Barons Nip Pels 5-4 in 11 Inninas; Vols Trip Chicks By The Associated Press Earl Caldwell pitched five score less innings In relief and scoro the winning run as Birmingham Barons nipped New Orleans, 5 t 4, in 11 frames last night. Norman Koney's single brougl' Caldwell in with the run that brok the Pelican's winning streak at si . games. The first-place Vols of Nash ville nipped the Little Rock Trai elcrs, 2 and 1. The Crackers of Atlanta defeat eel the Mobile Bears, 8 to 2. Big Babe Barna clubbed out h 5 28th home run of the year Ii Nashville. Frank Marino won h I2th game. Bobo Ncwsom gave up five hi to the Travelers in fashioning th win at Chattanooga. Little Rock Nell Saulia set the Lookouts dow. on only four safeties, but walke six men. But Fail to Gain on Brooklyn By Jack Hand Associated Press .Sports Writer Good old night baseball. How the customers love it. A full scale program of eight night games yesterday brought bumper crop of 198,170 paid admissions into the treasury. Even at 1 o'clock in the morning, they love It in Philadelphia where some 11.238 watched the Boston Braves wrangle a 16-inning decision from the Phillies, 4-3, in a 4 hour and 16 minute struggle. W The Braves and Phils finally* •• managed to wind up matters on rookie catcher Del Crandall's fly ball, scoring Marv Rfckert from Ihird base. Boston's shortstop Alvin Dark was carried off the field after he was hit on the head by a ball thrown by Gran Hamner--in the 13th inning, his physician said his condt- toin was not serious. The Phils tied the score with two out. in the ninth when Richie Ashburn singled and raced home on Hamner's double. Both tallied in Ihe nth before the Braves finally pulled it out for reliefer Bob Hogue. Schoolboy Rowe, who came on In the 12th. was the loser. Burs win 7th tn Raw Largest and most enthusiastic night crowd was at Pittsburgh where 36.3C5 a»a Bill Meyer's Pirates of last spring ring up their seventh straight victory, 2-1, over Chicago. Meyer finally has his Pirates moving toward the first division after weeks of groping In seventh and eighth place. With the pitching staff straightened out, they may make the grade. Vic Lombard!, the half-pint aoiithpaw, earned his fourth straight important victory with a six- hitter that defeated Dutch Leonard. _ While the pirates continued their delayed climb, Brooklyn and St. Loius carried on their savage battle for the lead. Both contenders won, Reaving the Dodgers with a t-wo- ftame edge. Brooklyn won with a 4-3 edge over the slugging New York Giants by using three strong-armed pitchers to whip Clint Hartting for the first time. The Giants' "phenom" never had lost to the Dodgers until he bowed to reliefer Rex Barney before 34,468, largest Ebbels Field night crowd of the year. Howie Pollet. nested his llth triumph. He yielded 10 Cincinnati hits but allowed only one run in 6-1 cardinal triumph. Ewell Blackwell yielded nine hits and four runs before he was lifted for a pinch hitter. Blacky wast the loser. Joe Page's 12th inning single backed up a fine job of relief pitching for a 4-3 edge over Washington that boosted the New York Yankee American League lead to six games The Yankee Stadium crowd numbered 35,845. Page came through following Infield singles by Bill Johnson and . Gene Woodling and an infield out Vern Stephens banged his 20th homer in the Boston Red Sox' 1- romp over the Philadelphia A'_ Joe Dobson pitched the sox to thei: fourth straight before 34,276 at Fen way park with the help of threi snappy double plays. Cleveland, now only a half garni back of the second place A's stavec off two St. Louis Browns rallie Kto escape with a 6-5 decision. Larrj Doby's two-run homer in the firs Inning off Cliff Fannin supplied the victory margin for the Indian who have won seven of their las eight. Young Walt Pierce of Chieag turned in a five-hit game agains Detroit for a 3-1 win. Bob Swift' homer in the third was the onl. Tiger score. FOOT FROM FAME—Tommy Byrne ruefully inspects the foot of space that kept the left- hander out of the no-hit Hall- of-F.ime at Yankee Stadium. Shortstop Johnny Lipon of the Tigers bounced a single ofl" this fencj in the left field corner in Hie eighth inning. It was only n foot inside, and was as close to being a home run as it was to being foul. <tew York . 'hiladelphia Cleveland . Boston . .. Detroit . .. Washington ihicago . St. Louis . AMERICAN LEACUE W L , 50 26 44 32 43 32 39 35 40 38 32 42 32 46 24 52 [ills Scheduled Cotton Pickers to Play Manila; Osccola Nine To Meet Trumann Mississippi county's four Amer- can Lesion Fifth District Junior Baseball League team will resume iction tomorow afternoon with all lut one of th* teams playing away Tom home. Blylheville's entry, the Cotton ?k:kers, move to Mauila tomorrow 'or a league contest and their first neeting with the Manila club. fn their first scheduled meeting iis reason, the Pickers were awarded a fl-0 forfeit verdict over Manila when the West Mississippi County team failed to show tip. Manila evidently was willing to let the forfeit stand as no arrangements were made for re-scheduling the contest Mack Hay probably will get the starting nod for mound work for the Pickers In tomorrow's game Hay was scheduled for duty againsl Blackburn-Stevens of Memphis last Wednesday but the game was postponed due to wet grounds. Osrpola to Play Trumann Osceola's Junior Legionnaires who have won their last two out- S to break a four-game losing streak, will go to Trumann to search of their third consecutive win. In a meeting earlier in the season, Osceota was victorious over the Poinsett Countians. In the other scheduled game involving a Mississippi County team, tomorrow Luxora. will play in Marked Tree. West Memphis and Memphis are slated for their second showdown of the season and Caraway goes to Harrl;-burg In other Fifth District League action tomorrow. Pine Bluff Manager Says Ace Pitcher Strikes Out Too Many ON MAT PROGRAM— Ginger II, Lester Welch's 300-pound Canadian black bear, will make his lor her) mat debut here Monday ingtit with Eddie Maloue, a veteran heavyweight furnishing the opposition. Ginger is well trained in the manly nn of self defense and is presently on tour of the Southern wre.sthng circuits. NATIONAL Brooklyn . , St. Louis . Boston . Philadelphia New York . Pittsburgh . Cincinnati . Chicago . . LEAGUE W 46 3 44 3 42 . .... 41 : 37 34 31 28 SOUTHERN LEAGUE W L 52 30 33 ashville 52 Birmingham 47 Atlanta 42 36 Mobile 41 38 New Orleans 42 40 Little Hock 37 42 Chattanooga 33 51 Memphis 27 51 Yesterday's Results AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 4 Washington 3 112 innings) Boston 7 Philadelphia 1 Cleveland 6 St. Loui.s 5 Chicago 3 Detroit 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 4 New York 3 St. Louis fi Cincinnati 1 Pittsburgh 2 Chicago 1 Boston 4 Philadelphia 3 (16 In- ning.s) SOUTHERN LEAGUE Birmingham 5 New Orleans 4 lit innings) Chattanooga 2 Little Rock I Nashville 5 Memphis 2 Atlanta 8 Mobile 2 Foclav's Games AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington at New York Clevcland at St. Louis (night) Philadelphia at Boston Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Brooklyn Boston at Philadelphia St. Louis at Cincinnati Chicago at Pittsburgh SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night Games. Memphis at Chattanooga Birmingham at Mobile Little Rock at Nashville Atlanta at New Orleans Game Board Calls Public Hearings At State Capitol A public hearing for the purpose of discussing commercial fishing and fur trapping laws and possible changes, will be held in the State Capitol Building i n Little Rock July 15 starting at 1:30 p.m., T. A. McAmis, secretary of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, has announced. The primary, purpose of the hearing is to hear* fishermen who are i interested i n commercial fishing seasons, tackle mesh, and the various gesir used for commercial fishing purposes in the state, Mr. McAmis said. Particular attention will be paid to information designated to increase the harvest of gar from the public^ waters of Arkansas. Concurrent with this meeting the Game and Fish Commission will 49 ' hear recommendations and sugg ' tions from sportsmen, individuals and wildlife groups 'interested in changes In state game laws and regulations. Special attention will be given to the revision of laws and regulations pertaining to the commercial fur Industry of the state, iMcAmis said. PCI .654 .513 .520 .513 .432 .410 .316 Pet .635 .575 .533 .526 .500 .425 .364 Pet .634 .588 .538 .519 512 .468 .393 .346 Ex-Teammate's Hurling Defeats Armorel, 4 to 1 Fran'. E: » a former teammate, topped the Arm- rel Tigers cold on 'luce hits last night as he hurled he Caraway Red Birds to a -1-1 •ictory i an abbreviated seven- lining contest played in Caraway's Memorial Park. Ellis, who left the Tigers' fold only u week ago, was employed by the Red Birds to face his old team nates and he turned in one of his best pcrformance.s in several years. Grover Whittle opened on the mound for the Tigers atld worked Uil the sixth inning when he retired himself in favor of his battery mate. Joe Young. Young worked the -.ixth frame and allowed one hit. Caraway batters collected a total of nine hits off Whittle and Young and hit. safely at least oiu-e In ever inning. J. Land led the hitting with two hits in three trips. The game was the second of a doublehcader witli the Caraway American Legion Juniors defeating Marked Tree 9-3 in a Fifth District League tilt. Tomorrow afternoon, the Tigers are scheduled to meet the South BlytheviNe team at Armorel Park. Game time j- 3 o'clock. Jerry Dean is slated for hill work for the Tigers with Johnny Duclos as his probable opponent. Box score: Armnrel Carson If .... Long 3b Dill 2b Horton cf Wilson Ib-c .. Smithers ss . Young c-p Armstrong Little rf . Whittle p rf Ryder Cup Team Berth Is Seen For Vic Ghezri BEADING, Pa., July 9. (IP)— Th 1940 united States Ryder Cup lean will be named after the Dapper Dai Open in Pittsburgh next week »ni right now it looks like big Vic Ghezzi stands a good chance making it. Ten years after his first Byde Cup appearance, big Vic from Deal, N. J., needs only a few-points to be sure of a spot on the sqtiad. He went out after them yesterday by shooting a five-under-par 65 to tie Sammy Snead for the lead ^n the 415.000 Reading Open tournament. After 36 holes, each as a 134 score, Ghezzi with rounds of 69 and 65. Snead with 63 and 71. Going into this tournament, Vic was eleventh in the Ryder Cup rankings with 222 43/60 points as compared to Bob Hamilton's 239 11/12. But Hamilton gave up yesterday, picking up after a few bad holes on his second round. Dick Mctz of Virginia Beach, with 205 43 '60 points and Jim Turnesa of Brair Cliff, N. Y.. with 205 5/12 also were in the running for the cup team. Tied for third place, one stroke behind the leaders, were National Open Champion Gary Middlecoff of Memphis. Tenn.. with 67-63 and Buck %Vhlte of Greenwood. Miss., who taught Middlecoff in his amateur days. Caraway Land If Killough 2b . B. Mack Ib Farley rf n. Mack 3b Brooks ss Baker cf . . . Saunches c , Ellis p Totals AB .. 2 . . 3 .. 3 . 3 .. 3 .. 3 . . 3 .. 0 .. 2 2-1 AB . . 3 . - 3 .. 3 . . 3 .. 3 .. 3 . . S Sports Roundup bj , Hugh f'ullerton. Jr. READING, Pa., July 9. W>—Road- ng claims to be the best and largest Baseball town In America that i.s not in organized baseball The Victoria Defeats Independent Nine From Lepanto 16-8 VICTORIA, July 9.—The Victoria Red Sox banged out 13 hiu last night to wallop the Lepanto Inde- brecht, 20-year-old riRhlhanded pendents 10-8 In a game played property of the St. Louis Crowns I under the lights of Hale Field In for the Pine Bluff [ Osccola. the Class C cotton vv V '* PINE BLUFF, Ark., July D. W)_ Imagine a pitcher who strikes out too many batters for his own Rood! One such young mnii Is Eddie Al- now tolling Cardinals of Stales League. His 199 strikeouts in 169 1/3 Innings have helped the second-place Cards immensely, but bis manager and catcher. Harry Chozen, says: "I'm trying to get him not to strike out every baiter he meets. That's all right In the C leagues, claims stem from the c-lty's bit! but In hieher circuits It won't'go ' schoolboy, American Legion and, if chozen fears Albrcchl might overwork his arm, it must be that sandlot program and from the good .'layers who have been turned out he Just can't resist the youngster's In this area.... Its producls include | desire to work. For Edd'ie's record Whitey Kurowski, Carl Fiirillo. Vic ol 15 victories and four defeats tells Wert-i. Randy Gumpeit. Dom Dal-) only part of the slorv of his value lessanrtro and perhaps soothers who-to Pine Bluff. He has appeared in still are trying to go places in the'30 names this year and has saved minor leagues Rending has been Inatiy in relief roles. Alexander. Osceola left:- hander, started on the hill foj th» Red Sox but developed arm trouble after pitching to only two men and was replaced by Drew Conner. Conner worked until the fifth Inning before giving way to Paul Blackwood, another righthander, Hoffman went the distance for Lepanto. Woodruff of Lepanto led hitting for the night with four hits including n home run and a triple. Sunday the Red Sox will play In Tyronza. mentioned as a posslbli site for an International League Club in case One week last month appeared in six games, winning four Box Score: I.rpanto Simpson 2b ( Hay 3b Albrccht 1 craven Ib Wresting Bear Will Perform in Legion's Arena tester Welch, the youngest of the four wrestling Welch brothers, will bring along (linger II. his trained 30t)-i>oun(l Canadian black be.ir Monday night to appear on American Legion's mat program at the Memorial Auditorium. Ginger, who is presently louring the wrestling circuits in the south for special appearances, will swap hugs with Eddie Mnlone, a veteran heavyweight who will he making his iirst appearance In Blytheville In several years. The bear vs. man match will constitute one-half o f Monday night's double main event program at the Auditorium. Following (his special bout Lester and Bill Canny will tingle Ihe 00-inlnute time limit, best two out of three falls, feature attraction. According to Promoter Mike Meroney, GhiRer 11 is one of the best- trained wrestling benrs now on the road and is schooled in the art of wrestling. However, he pointed out, wrestling comes natural to bears ami quite a 'number of the holds used in modern day grappling are also used by bears in fights among themselves. Monday night's appearance will mark the return of Malone to the Blytheville ring after an absence of several years. He is one of Meroney's oldest performers and Is now in semi-retirement as a promoter The two matches will make up in Miami, Fla. the cant with no preliminary book- Newark or Jersey City decides to and saving the other two. yield to lack of interest, bin local j Fanned 1!)5 1 ast Vcar experts say never again... .For 14; The flve-foot-elevcn, 170-pound years, from mi) through 10^, ihe|lad broke Inlo organized baseball International League operated heveUuen he was 15 at Bristol. Va in and Hint was enough to convince! 1945. He was with Port Smith of them that a city of lOO.oan can't! the western Association in '« and compete with places like Baltimore,, Montreal and Toronto If a giiod Class 'A' is looking for a member, that might be a difleVent matter, but not Triple A. Pino Bluff year he A Itiril of J. Hit Lew King, tile Reading Times writer who used to be a ball player himself, tells one about the won II, lost U and led the Cotton States circuit in strikeouts with 195 —four less than his half-season total this year. The Browns figured Albrecht was good enough to go to higher class bail this year, but openly preparing him for the big time, they figured II. Ellis i-f Woodruff ss ... B. Ellis cf J. Hall r.f Casey If C. Hall AH ...5 .. 5 .. 5 .. 5 .. 5 .. 1 .. 4 .. 4 1 time ] he could - •-.."-i ,ic ivjuiu t;t.i. IILS a Leo "Muscle" Shoals, the Southern strain in Class C. his seasoning with less slugger, was playing for Manager Ollle Vanek at Johnson city. Tcnn.. in the Appalachian League. . .Shoals could clout the ball 11 mile but he had some trouble getting signals ____ Finally Vanek tolrt him: "When, you' see my turn my head and look the other way as if I was watching two turkeys sitting on the fence, that's the signal to bunt.". .. .Came a time when a but was in order and Vanek coaching at third stared intently at the left field fence ---- "Muscle" promptly belted a home run right over the spot Ollle was watching... As Shoals rounded Vanck screamed: "What's the idea? Didn't you sec me looking at those two turkeys?" ---- Shoals panted: "Sure. boss, ind I knocked Ihe turkey on the left right off there." H 0 0 eel. 0 0 1 Fx-Nofre Dame Star Gets Missouri Coaching Post COLUMBIA, Mo.. July 0. Robert Charles Mnddock, star BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING LOWKS'J ADMISSION PRICE ANYWHKRE! Reserved S«als on Sale a I Ihe Legion Arena from 6 p.m Kvery Monday Monday, July 11 ADULTS Sllc — CHII.DRKN lot New Starting Time 8:15 , BOX SKAT? I5c KXTRA <Tai In.-ln.' SPECIAL ATTRACTION A Real Live Rassling Bear versus Eddie Malone 90 Minute Time Limil Best 2 out of 3 Kails Also Bill Canny versus Lester Welch flO Minul* Time Until Hesl 2 out of 3 Falls trams nncl later a plaj'cr with the professional '"hicano Cnrtllnnls, has been appointed assistant football coach and instructor in physical ortnc.itlon at the University of Mls- .sour! here. Mnddock will become assistant line roach, with Huston Betty pro- motet! to chief line coach under Hend Coach Don Faurot, Fni-rot Raid that the appoint- inent rounds out the Tiger coach- int; staff nnrt lirings in a repl.ice- incnt for Harry E. Smith, who resigned this suminer (o Join the rortchlnr. staff of the University of Southern California. Right In Dutch Vic GheiKi, who failed to appear at, the British Open, explained that he had passed up the trip hecause lie was playing such poor golf when he time came to leave for Britain. 'It's a long way to BO when you don't expect to do anything," said Vic If he is successful in his', light-weight title defense against! Enrique Bolanos nt Los Angeles July 21. Ike-Williams is due for a trip to Argentina for two December flBhts P. S. on Reading baseball: Fred Merkle, who gained that undeserved "bone heart" reputation, once managed the Heading Club. It lost 31 games In a row for a record which may still stand. Albrtchl's best pitch is a blazing fast ball. He has a fair curve and an effective change of pare. A rmlet. jittery boy .he Isn't « good mixer with teammates and spends most of his time by himself. Death of Stabilization Act Would Halt State Operations Six Months LITTLE ROCK. July 9. W'l—Ar- kansas' state government would. have to stop operating "for at least! six months" shoidd Stabilization Act be consUtutioiml. Tills was the opinion of State Comptroller Lee Roy Deaslcy. He made this observation alter Rep. James A. Glpson of Bcnton Indicated he would contest the constitutionality of the measure. The Stabilization Act. passed by the 1045 legislature, controls the state's fiscal operations. Hoffman p 4 Totals 39 Vlilnria AB Bonnett ss 6 Mann Ib 4 Speck 2b 4 Wright c-cf 5 J. Conner 3b 4 Baker If 5 Blackwood p 2 D. Conner rf-p 1 Bard cf-rf 5 Whistle c 2 Alexander p-rf -.. 3 Totals the Revenue declared un- Driving Cor and Changing Shirt at Same Time Costly NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July fl—m—Driving an automobile 75 miles an hour and changing a shirt at the same time may be a good trick, but it's also cosily. That's what a motorist who yesterday forfieted S10 bond In municipal court was doing, reported the patrolmen who stopped him during a driving rain. The officers said the man's wife and two children also were In the car. Club Officers Installed By Rotarians in Steele Onard Upton was Installed as president of the Steele Rotary Ghil at a meeting of the chili Wednesday, it was announced here today. Mr. Upton succeeded O. L. story. The installing officer was T. A Haggard, a charter member of the ib. who also presented Mr. story with the past president's pin. Others to take office for the com- ng year sue: Conrad Trame. vlceiiresident: J. C. Kfnnlnghnm. ser- •ctary; Bill George, treasurer; and Willis Kaiser and Bert Poleet, directors. clnbcrate. The union workers have voted lo Aluminum Dispute Talks Show Some Progress LITTLE ROCK, July 9. (IP, — Talks over a new contract for Rey- ; strike July 15 unless a settlement nolds Metals Company's Arkansas! is reached on a new contract bc- iluniinum workers have made some { lore tint Mine. Involved are about Progress, says Federal Mediator 1600 workers at Reynolds' Jones Mill Charles A. Wheeler. Union leaders and company representatives have been discussing ivagcs Spokesmen for both the CIO United Steel Workers of America and the company told newsmen last itlght that certain other issues have been agreed upon. They did not SKY —LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER 2 Milts North of Klythevllfe Bnv OITire Opens .it C:n Show Starts 1:30 Saturday "RUSTLERS OF DEVIL'S CANYON" Serial "Kr:uib A- .Ics^c Janirs" Chapter 2 Sunday & Monday "RELENTLESS" with ROBKRT VOUNC; and Hurricane Creek mines at Bauxite. plants and Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses at the office of Vflss Elizabeth Blythe, county 'lerk. yesterday: Curtis Roy Donahue and Miss Mary Louise Poe, both of Blythe- Ille. Douglas Wilson and Miss Betty Bevlll, both of Blytheville. llliii 1'ti) ». OIMrt Optm «t I Siiuw Starts «l 7:30 Saturday "TIMBER STAMPEDE" George O'lSripn Marjnrie Reynolds Serial: Chapltr 5 of "TIIK LOST JUNGLE" Saturday Midnighl Show STARTS 10:13 n.m "I WOULDN'T BE IN YOUR SHOES" Don Casllc Klysc Knov Also Shorts Sunday & Monday 'CALL NORTHSIDE 777 J;imes Stewart Kit-hard Conte Helen Walker Warner News & S2ri;il ( h^ptcr 6 of "BATMKN A ROBIN' RIT 7 THEATRE Manila, Ark. Dark Not Serious PHILADELPHIA. July 9. (Fl— Alvin Dark. Boston Braves' shortstop, was hit on the head by a ball thrown by Phillies' Gran Hamner in 13th nning of nlRht game lust night and was rushed to a hospital where his condition wns reported not serious. The longest night game of the year (16 Innings) was won by Braves to 3. BLYTHEVILLES ONLV ALL WHITE THEATRE Show Starts Wrrkrlays 7:0fl p.m aturday and Sunday: Continuous showing from 1:0t) [i.m. S;ilurday "THE STAR PACKER' with John NVaj ne Cartoon ant) Srrial Saturday OwJ Show 'SON OF DRACULA' wilh Lon t'tianey. Louise Albright, and Robert Paige Sunday. A.nnday & I'ue&tay NO MAlf EVCR / HELDIVWIE - rEBffiBLE "£, , POWER v? \ OVER ™ WOMEN! < GEORGE MACBEAOY-f RED CURK S.'ilurriiiv (DOUI1LE FLATUHKI "COURAGE OF THE, WEST" with Bob Bakrr and fuzzy Knight Head Courier News Wanl Ads NEW ni» opens Week Dajs 1:UV p.m. Matinee Saturday & Sandaj at-Sun I p.m Cant Shuwlug Manila, Ark. Shows EVKRV NIGH1 Saturday 'DEATH VALLEY GUNFIGHTER" with Allen Lane Also Shorts Saturday Owl 'Show "HANGOVER SQUARE" with Linda Darnell and Laird Crefar Sunday & Monday 'WE WERE STRANGERS' with Jennifer Jnne* and John GirfleJd Al™ Shorts TMil THEATRE OSCEOLA YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Box Office Oprns at 7 We«k Nighti Shrm SlarU at 7:30 M.Utnrc S:iturria> & Sunday al 'i p.m. with cnnUnuous ifaowlnt, "SARGE GOES TO COLLEGE" with Frrrtdie Slrivnrl, June I'rrissrr, and the Tern Agcrs Serial: "Son of thr (M/arrlsman" No. fi Also CarlCHin Saitmlay 'WHITE STALLION" £ddle Dean Kpn Ma.vnard ALso Serial SAT. NIGHT OWL SHOW STARTS 10:15 P.M. "THE HAIRY APE" Susin Hiyward Williim BendU SalurrJay Owl Show II p.m. "FRANKENSTEIN" uith Colin ("live Mur Cl:irk. anrf Boris KarlofT Seri:il: ••>! Chapter slrrintis Mr. M" ; Also Cartoon Sunday K Monday IDOt'BLE FEATURE) "BUCK PRIVATES COME HOME" with Bud Abbott anil Lou Coslrllo "HIGH TIDE" wilh Le* Tracy Don Castle, and JuHf; Bishop Also Cartoon anrt Laic World News DOHLIW RAINES HARLES MELES m« *u nut Rotfrt Warmck • M Mm CliiEnce Kolb-»P'»ffl Wnttt Tony Birftlt • MK Mm*

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