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tATURBAT, AUGUST 18, 1951 BLYTHEVII.LE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAOVITO Harold Stockton Is New Junior High Mentor Razorback Center Named To Succeed Earl Stabler; 17 Chicks Draw Uniforms Harold Stockton, University of Arkansas' offensive center of last year, yesterday was hired as Blytheville Junior School's football coach to succeed Earl Stabler who recently. Stockton, ft native of Texarkaiia, issumed his new duties today after signing a contract for the 1051 sea- ion yesterday afternoon. The hiring of Stockton filled tin only vacancy remaining on Blytheville High School's coaching staff. The other members are Russell Mosley, head coach; Bill Stancll, high school line coach; and Gene Newman, hieh school "B" coach. Announcement of the hiring of etockton was made late yesterday by Coach Mosley who stated that pro-season training for the Papooses now would begin Monday as originally scheduled. It was feared that the Paps would have to wait a few days to begin drills because a coach had not been hired. Stockton graduated from the University of Arkansas this summer. He played high school football at Texarkana High School and lettered two years with the Razorbacks. Coach Stockton was primarily on offense last year and in 1949 he was used mainly on defense and on punts. < Training; Starts Tuesday He said yesterday that he would Issue equipment to all Junior high grid candidates Monday and that training probably would begin Tuesday. •Vrhe schedule for the iesuing of ^aRufpment to the juniors Is for linemen In the morning and backs in the afternoon. Equipment will be issued between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Yesterday Coaches Mosley and BtancU Issued equipment to line candidates for the Chicks and today Chick backs were scheduled to draw their practice uniforms American League Race Tightens Again as Indians Drop Twin Bill Bjr JACK HAND (AMoelaUd PteM SlwU WrIU-r) Hold on folks. Will Harridg«'» American League wheel is spinning toward another coin-tossing (inish With Cleveland and New York straining In an exact first place tl«, let's take a look at the schedule (or the final «iM week! of the Mason. The edge, if »ny, tips slightly In favor of the Yankees who play 22 of their last 40 In Yankee Sta dium. Cleveland divides It* (ink! to on * 20-V) basis and Boston, four games back, faces an uphill pull will only 16 at hom« and 24 awajr. s Harold Stockton back were given uniforms yesterday. The lone back was Mel Hay who was allowed to draw his equipment early because of his working hours. Line candidates drawing equipment yesterday were: Montroe Hol- Innd. Jackie Halstead, John Hornberger, M. L- Criner, Bill Mayo, Leon Privett, Clarence Hall, Robert Birmingham, Qulncy Hodge, Buddy Phillips, Bob Hill, Bill Gilbow, Mack Hay, Mack Koonce, Kelly Jones and Max Skelton. Coach Mosley said that he ex- j pected about the same number Sixteen line candidates and ona candidates to draw equipment today Police Seek Kansas City Hoodlum for Cage Fixing NEW YORK, Aug. 18, (AP)— Poitce throughout the nation todaj hunted for a Kansas City hoodlum indicted as the master briber of Bradley University basketball players, Including one All-America star. ' * Authorities described their quarry as Joseph Benintende, 41, "a known gunman and very dangerous." Bentntende was named yesterday along with three Bradley cagers and seven other assertedly lesser fixer In six indictments charging briber and conspiracy. The Bradley players—All-Amer lea dene (Squeaky) Melchiorre William K. Mann and George \ Chianakas—were released In $5C <!i each yesterday after the leaded innocent to the charges. Five other Bradley players figum \ the probe, but were not cited i Bay Window All-Stars Edge By CL Team 6-5 The Bay Window League All-Stars spotted a similar team fron th» Commercial League five runs in the first two innings and thei «m« from behind to grab a 6-5 victory at Little Park yesterday after noon. The Bay Window Leaguers gave up four runs In the first frame ana one in the second on four hits but Sonny Stiles, who went the distance, settled down after that and allowed the Commercial Leaguers only two hlU and no runs during the next five innings. The all-stars from .the "Fat g^nn's League" got their runs one ^V a time except In the fifth when they scored two off reliefer S Duncan on two hlU, a hit batsman and an infield error. Billy Baker started for the Commercial Leaguers hurling the first three innings. He gave up two hits •nd two runs and fanned two batters. Duncan came on in the fourth and lasted until the fifth. The two runs off Duncan In the fifth knotted the score. Tommy Don-Is relieved Duncan the fifth and finished for the Commercial Leaguers. He gave up tw hits and one run and was the los big pitcher. Jack Rawlings, the Bay Window League's first baseman, had a per feet day at the pla f e getting a triple and a single in two official trips. Pete Biirnham, Bay \Vinriow third baseman, got two for four. Jimmy Phillips led the Commercial League at tbe plate with a perfect day. He batted twice, singled to right and beat out a bunt. Aj^ The Commercial Leaguers got to Itlles for seven hits and the Ba Vindow Leaguers got eight of! th hree enemy hurlers. BAY WINDOW AB R Francis rf. 2b 4 0 y . Burnharn 3fo . ....... 4 1 Ledbetter ss .. 8 0 Brooklyn , low York . Philadelphia t. Louis . Boston . .. Jincinnati , hicaso . 'ittsburgh NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. 13 40 66 51 GB .646 .564 57 54 53 52 . 50 . 41 .496 .495 .477 .460 .450 .409 iieveland . s T ew York . 3oston . .. Chicago . . Detroit . . Washington Philadelphia St. Louis . AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet 72 42 72 42 68 46 63 51 G.B. .632 .632 .596 .553 .473 .416 .385 .312 4 9 18 24 >i 28 V4 36 indictments. Low bail (or the three Indicte radley players was set after a rep- esentative of the district attorney aid they cooperated in the inquiry. Meanwhile, in Kansas City, no- ce said they were investigating eports Benintende was Involved in SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. G.B. 77 50 .606 72 56 .563 S'.i Little Rock Birmingham Mobile . ... Memphis . Nashville . Atlanta . . Chattanooga New Orleans 61 65 62. 62 53 . 53 .523 .508 .488 .484 .417 .411 Fisher st Hawlings Ib . .. Chitmon rf . ... c . Armstrong c . . Stalling; 2b . .. Chapman rf, 2b Boyette cf . Stiles p Totals COMMERCIAL Phillips cf . .... Whlsenhunt of . Ross Ib Hall Ib , Crowe 2b Sampson 3b . . Singleton sf . . Green sf Sparks M Roark ss Walker rf Nterstheimer c . Garner c . Johnson rf . W. Burnham rf Baker p Duncan p Dorris p Totals . S . 2 . 3 . 2 . 0 . 2 . 1 . 2 . 2 18 AB .. 2 .. 0 .. Z .. 1 .. S .. 1 .. 1 .. 2 .. 1 .. 3 .. 1 .. 1 .. I .. 1 .. 1 .. 1 ... 1 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS National League Brooklyn 3-3, Boston 1-4. New York 8, Philadelphia S. Pittsburgh 8, Chicago 3. St. Louis 2, Cincinnati 1. American League Chicago 7-8, Cleveland 1-3. New York 3, Philadelphia 2. Boston 7, Washington 4 (12 nlngsi. Detroit 2, St. IxmlB 4. Southern Association Atlanta 4, Little Rock 3. Mobile 17, Chattanooga 0. New Orleans 7, Nasliville 6. Birmingham 3, Memphis 0. + Nine big games between Bosto: nd New York may give, the Cleve and chib the breathing space I eeds, While the Red Sox a n 'anks knock off one another 1 ate September, the Tribe coul lide home free. Cleveland plays only 16 game wllh the other first division clul vhile New York has 19 and Bosto 7 with the upper crust, chicag line full games off the pace, .st las seven dates with the. Indian their victims of yesterday. The White Sox, now an outsider ;n the four-club race, stung Cleveland twice. 7-1 and 8-3. When the Yanks knocked pff Philadelphia, 32, in a night game, Cleveland's lead had disappeared. Oi-ermire Is Winner The Stubby Overinire - Tommy Byrne trade the Yanks' made In June paid its second dividend in two days. Byrne, pitching for St. Louis, ended a 13-game Cleveland win streak Thursday. Last night —Courltr New Photo COVETED AWARDS—Sonny Garner (second from left) and Bobby Jones (right) yesterday aj« shown beliiK presented the baseballs autographed by players on the'New York Yankee and Boston Red Sox team* as the halting trophies In the Y's teen-aged baseball program. Gamer won the High School League crown with a .580 mark and Jones copped the Junior High League title with n .450 record. Wayne Burnham (extreme left) was numcr-up in the High School League, Coacli Jimmy Fisher is presenting the trophies. The autographed balU were furnished by Mel Parnell, Red Sox hurler. Overmire won his first for New York by going the route against the A's with an eight-hitter. Boston hung in close by scoring three in the 12th to top Washington, 7-4. Detroit shaded St. Louis, 5-4. Leo Durocher's New York Giants blew a little more life into their National League hopes by thump'"« the Phils, 8-5,.to cut Brooklyn's n alleged fix of a basketball game ' lead lo »"« games. The Dodgers split a pair In Boston, winning the opener, 3-1 for Call Ereklne but losing to Johnny sain in the second, Osceola Wins in Legion's Regional Tournament; To Play Again Tonight Osceohi's state champion junior Legion nine moved up a notcn in the Legion's re- Kion;\l tournament at Baton Rouge, I,a., yesterday afternoon defeating Greenwood, the] Mississippi champions, 12-5 in the opening game of the tournament. here March 21, 1950, between Bradey and Kansas University. The Kansas City reports, accord- is to police, were that Bradley layers received M.OOO to win by ess than lour points. They won by wo, 59-57, and the fixer allegedly aked in $80.000. The game was tlayed in the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Western play- ids. , District Attorney Frank S. Hogan n New York said Benintendu was he leader o[ the gambling ring and the other seven indicted per- ioris were his associates. Hogan said Benintende served time lor a 1836 robbery of a Farm- ngton, N. Y., bank and was questioned in the April, 1950, murders of Kansas City Democratic lender Charles Binagglo and his top muscleman, Charles Oargotta. They were shot by unknown gunmen still at large. 4-3. Stan Musial's 28th homer in the ninth gave St. Louis a 2-1 nod over Cincinnati in a duel between Max Lanier and Herm Wehmeier Pittsburgh's Mel Queen set down Chicago with three hits. 8-3. White Sox attendance went over the 1,000,000 mark for the first time as they ruined Bobby Feller's bid for win No. 2fl and whipped Bob Browns Lick All-Stars 33-0 NFL Champs Defeat Collegians with Ease CHICAGO. Aug. 18. I.T;—Word was out that old age was seeping Into the marrow of the Cleveland Browns and the 1951 National Football League season would see them knocked from Ihe pinnacle. All that has been revised today The Browns are still the team W beat. They're a long way from being turned out to pasture. With the gusto and vigor of college kids, the amazing Browns sandbagged the collegiate all-stars 33-0 last night to open the football season officially before 92.180 fans in Soldier Field. An estimated 50 million more law the game on television. Gross .receipts amounted lo $428.000. In- |^!uding video and radio rights, for the Chicago Tribune Charities. Inc The Browns' ridiculously casj triumph over an inept bunch o: graduated campus stars who never Clime within 45 yards of Ihe goa line gave the Cleveland jucgrrnau a grand slam In pro football. Bombers to Play Memphis Rams 6-Year-Old Wins Girls' Golf Title CHICAGO, \ug. 18. w f -Arllne irooks, 95-pound blond from Pasa- ena, Calif., hit the Jackpot In her Irst national golf tournament com- letitton. The 16-year-old lassie, who has he concentrating ability of a Ber Hogan, won the national Junior rls championship yesterday ii pectacular finish. She defeated highly-favored Bar- >ara Mclntirc of Toledo, the medal st. 1-up by sinking a 30 foot pa pull on the 18th green. TODAY'S GAMES National League Brooklyn at Boston, night- New York at Philadelphia, night. St. Louis at Cincinnati. Chicago at Pittsburgh. American league Cleveland at Chicago. Philadelphia at New York. Boston at Washington, night. Detroit at St. Louis. Southern Association No games scheduled. Major League Leaders By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting (based on 250 times »t bat)—Minoso. Chicago, .341; Fain, i Wri ht r{ Philadelphia, .354. 1 Mitchell if R. Lutes cf West 2b Luxora Beats Monette Nine Tigers Get 8-2 Win in Tourney Finals LUXORA, Aug. 18—Luxora p s Tigers beat an old nemesis yesterdaj ind as n result won the Buffalo Is"and Invitational baseball lournn- ment at Monette. The old nemesis was Connie (Red) McMasters. veteran righthander who hurled for Monette. The Tigers hit him freely as they downed Mora elte 3-2 in the tournament finals. Every player in the Luxora .lineup hit safely with J. Lutes. Lloyi Koontz and J. T. Conner leadin the 13 hit attack with two safctic each. Conner went all the way fo Luxora and was nicked for 14 I.tJXORA AM J. Lutes 3b 3 Baker If 4 B. Conner Ib 5 I Keller ss 4 I itr_;,.t.t _* n Chakales In the second game. Billy Pierce breezed home with a five- hitter against Feller with the help of homers by Al Zarilla nnd Ray Coleman. Jim Busby homered in the second, won by reliefer Luis Aloma. Overmlre's first complete game in a Yankee uniform carne at an pportune moment with Casey itengel hprd up for pitchers. Stub- iy had some anxious moments In he ninth. He got Eddie Joost on ong fly with two men on for the Inal out to beat Bob Hooper. Billy Goodman's double and Clyde Vollmer's single off Connie Marrero broke a 4-4 tie in the 12th inning at Washington, Boston rookie Pied HaWield followed with two-run homer to nail down Bill. Binder's eighth victory. Ted Gray suVvived a ninth-inning at. Louis uprising to win his fourth Jerry Prlddys double in the sixtl drove in the decisive run. In the National Gil Hodges blast cd his 34th homer off Max Sur The victory moved the Osceolans*- inlo the • semi-finals of the win-I ners 1 bracket. They are scheduled ' to play the winner of this afternoon's New Orleans-Austin, Tex., game tonlglit. New Orleans and Austin were scheduled to play last night but rain postponed (he contest. Carl Tipton was Osceola's winning pitcher, lie worked the first six Innings with Gene Puckelt turning In a hitless relief performance In the final three frames. Danny Dennis and Will Coggins paced Osceola's 14-hlt attack on two Greenwood hurlers. Dennis collected three for four and Coggins batted in three runs with a pair of doubles. Osceola solved the offerings of ioger Bruce, Greenwood starter, five runs in the fourth after scoring two tallies earlier. That e\ved up the contest. Greenwood rallied for three in he sixth to narrow the margin but Osecola roared back with five Garner, Jones Get Coveted baseballs as Hit Trophies Sonny Gamer and Bobby Jones, yesterday v;erc awarded the COT- ed autographed baseball trophies as the leading hitters in the Blyth*. >lle Y's teen-aged baseball program. kont to help Erskine win the onen tarons Down Memphis 3-0 Bobo Newsom Blanks Chicks on Five Hits lore in the eighth. Oficeoln O'Neill 2b-3b Wagner rf ... Thomas ss .... Spiers c rate 2b Dennis 3b-c .. Hill If Coggins ct Davidson Ib .. Tipton Puckett p AB .. 5 .. 5 .. 4 ..3 .. 3 .. 4 .. 4 .. 5 .. 4 .. 3 .. 2 Totals GrcenwooH . . 42 12 1 Bell 3b .... Andrews Ib Stewart Ib . Ramlell c . Pate cf ... Abide . ... PiUman 2b Bruce p ... Rare Clay Heals VANCOUVER I.4V-A 400-acre plot of ground on British Columbift's north coast contains a deposit of rare clay for which enthusiasts claim remarkable cures' for ailments ranging from simple cuts to arthritis and stomach ulcers. Dr. Ernest A. Haaser, prcfe.v-or of colloid chemistry at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has devoted nearly a year to studying the clay on King island. 265 miles north of Vancouver. He said the clay is outstanding because of Its colloidal quality, ft is Termed of particles as fine ax the mist in a fog bank—and finer. Dr. Hauser said its healing powers are due to the powerful absorptive action caused by the tremendous surface,jsrea •>! the clay's cot^Idal particles. Runs—Minoso. Chicago, 95: liams. Boston. 90. Runs batted In-tWilliams. Boston. 100: Zernial. Philadelphia. 97. Hits—DiMagglo. Boston, 149; Kcll, Detroit, 143. Doubles—Norcn, Washington. 31: DiMagglo, Boston and Minoso, Chicago. 28. Triples—Minoso. Chicago. 13; Fox, Chicago, and Coan, Washington, 8. Home runs—Williams. Boston, and Zernial. Philadelphia, 25. Stolen bases—Busby, Chicago, 22: Minoso, Chicago. 21. Pitching (based on seven decisions)—Morgan, New York, and Kinder, Boston. 8-2, .800. Strikeouts—RaschJ, Ne^r York. 121: McDermott, Boston, 116. NATIONAL LKAGIT. Balling—Musial St. Louis. .381: Aahburn, Philadelphia. .343. Runs—Kiner. Pittsburgh, 99; Hodges, Brooklyn. 93. Runs baited in—Irvin. New York. 89: Kiner. Pittsburgh. 86. Kits—Ashburn, Philadelphia, 165: I Furlllo. Brooklyn, and Dark, New York, 153. Doubles—Dark. New York, 30; Kluszcwski. Cincinnati, 27. Triples—Musial, St. Louis Koonu c . J. Conner p 'otals MONETTE Lynbnreer 2b B. McMasters Ib Brooks ss Price 3b Cornish If Farley rf Taylor cf Goodman c C. McMasters p Totals J. Pructt A. Pruett Totals go. If AB .. 4 .. 4 .. 4 .. 4 .. 2 .. 1 .. 3 ...0 .. 1 .. 1 .. 4 .. 3 Garner, a member of the David cres nine In the Y's High School uc, was awarded the ball earing the signatures of the world 31 er. Despite four Bosto: 11 Brooklyn hite. the _ ned home In the second for an even break. Al Dark and w<?s Wcstrum each had four hits for the Olants to give reliefer George Spencer his eighth win. Ken Heintzclman was the loser despite the work of Bill Ni-hols who drove in four of the five Phils 1 l- ocomollv " average SS per cent runs with a homer and triple. i llcre P owcr * 0[l »y lnan 30 i' cars Queen was In trouble frequently, walking seven and fanning nine to whip Paul Minner. Muslal's homer was tile whole story of the Cards' By THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS Old Bobo Xewsom, whose name las graced major and minor Ica- iuc box scores for more than 20 •ears, showed n big curve, a blg- ;er motion and plenty of cunning last night In whitewashing the \icinphis Chicks and leftiny the Birmingham Barons ft game closer i front running Little Rock. The veteran righthander blanked the Chicks on five hits and nllow-. d no two In the same Inning as .he Barons won. 3-0. It was Bobo's 14th verdict against eight losses. He struck out eight and walked only two. The victory, coupled with Little Rock's 4-3 loss to Atlanta, pulled the Barons to within 5'i games of the lenders. Tile Crackers took a five-game set with Little Rock, three games (o two. Catcher Roy Jtirvis paced Atlanta with two prodigious triples, n double and a single in four trips. He scored Ihe winning run on a wild pitch by Trav lefthander Ed March in the sixth inning. Mobile humiliated the Chattanooga Lookouts. 17-0, and New Orlenns cdsjctl Ihe Nnshvllle Vols. 7-6, In other Southern Association games. champion New York Yankeei for winning the High School League'a hatting crown. He finished the season with s lusly .500 markj His nearest rival was teammate Wayne Burnhara who finished with a .420 record. Jones received the ball autographed by the Boston Red Sox w Ihe batting champion of the Junior High School League. Jone« finished the season with a .450 average, 20 points ahead of Danny Cobb who hit .430. Tlie awards were made yesterday by Coach James Fisher, so. pervisor of the leagues. The autographed baseballs were furnished the Y by Mel" Parnell, Boston Red Sox hurler who formerly pitched for the Blytlicvllto Army Air Field nine. Scientists "taa" Insects with radioactive materials to study their travel habits. Bell. Pittsburgh. 39. I Home runs—Hodges, Brooklyn, 34: Kiner. Pittsburgh. 32. ! Stolen bases—Jethroc. Boston, 26; Ashburn, Philadelphia. 22. ; Pitching—Roc. Brooklyn, 15-2, .682: Brecheen. St. Louis. 8-2, .300. i Strikeouts - Newcombe, Brooklyn,! and'121; Spahn, Boston, 113. Worthen Bankers | Triumph 2-0 in Soft-ball Tourney CAMDEN. Art:.. Aug. 18. l/Pj—The l Little Rock Worthen Bankers, de- lenrimg champions, lost their opening game "in the 1951 Arkansas men's soltball tournament. MacMlllinn Petroleum of Norph- Ic-t upset the Bankers, 2 to 0, last night. Murray Lambert. MacMillian pitcher, held Little Rock lo two hits. City Steam Laundry of Camden. defeated O'.vncs Proven Foods of Pine Bluff, 4 to 3, In the other game. The tourney finals will be played AUg 25. Read Courier News Classified Ads An experimental machine has been developed that digs, cleans, stems and bags peanuts. Meroney to Don W resile Togs To Settle 'Feud' with Harris Mike Meroiiey, the America IT Legion's wresllinp promoter and referee who next montti wit! celebrate his 43rcl year it] professional -wrestling. will don the grappling to^s Monday night to settle n feud. Meroney. who is well past the half century mark in age, will wrestle one fall in a three-way "grudge" duel involving wrestler Lee Fields and ex-grappler, referee Bunk Harris. The special grudge bout was arranged as an added attraction to the Legion's regular Monday night program at Memorial Auditorium. It will precede the main event which will pit Harris nnd Irishman Eddie Mobley in a tap brmt- Meroney and Fields will each taki on Karris in 10 minute fulls The whole thing is the outgrowth o | a "ribbing" handed Harris by Me ronc.v and Fields about hi.s Harris hurled a cliallrr.KC at each and the special bouts were arranged. Harris, a 275 pourulcr, has appeared here a number of times as a ring official. He is also a professional wrestler . Malonc. an old favorite wlh Bly- thevillc fans, will be making his first appearance here in two years in the tag bout. He Is n veteran of nearly two decarles of wrestling and several years ago he went into semi- Malonc against Fields and Rex retirement In Florida a.s n promoter. Blythevillc's Negro Bombers wi take on the Memphis Rams in a semi-pro baseball tilt at Walker! Park tomorrow artpmoon. Tne game! Medicinal PufDOSCS • Is scheduled for 2:30. a . VT ^ As an added attraction free water- SINGAPORE (if, — A Chinese melon Is being offered the specta- seaman who Insisted he had leg tors by the Bombers. trouble and thus had to carry a { This will be the Bombers first pminrt of raw opium tied around | online with the Katns this srn^on. I his knee w?s sentenced to fovir — — , months ui jail on a smuggling R«ad Courier News Classified Adi. charge. HAIRY VETCH New Crop Vetch Seed IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Place Your Order Now! We Accept PMA Purchase Orders Blytheville Soybean Corp. Phone —6856 —6857 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Aug. 20 3 p.m. TAG MATCH Rex Mobley & Lee Fields Adults 50c—Children 15c Eddie Malone & Bunk Harris For Reserved Seals. Call 3389 HUNK HARRIS, 27.i pounds, agrees lo Itirmv Let Fields, 179 pounds, and Mike Meroney, ISO pound;?—each one fall in in minutes (imp. PROGRAM SCHEDULE KOSE 860 On Your Dial . Sunday, August 19, 1951 1IORMNO 1:00—Sign Oil 1:00—-Music lor Sunday 8:00—Church or Christ 8:15—Church of God 8:30-.Bolin Trio 8:45--Semitic™ Gospel Singers 9:00- -Southern Pour 9:15- -Harmony Four 9:30—Spiritual Five 9:45—Union Quartet 10:00—News 10:05- -Organ Melodies 10:25 Church Notes 10:30- Chopel In Ihe Sky 11:00—Church Services AFTERNOON 12:00—News 12:15—Noon Serenade 12:25—Cnrds vs. Reels (2) 5:00—Amateur Contest Roundup B:00—KOSE Scoreboard S:15—Hymns (rom Harding 6:30—Evcnsldc Echoes 6:4,s—Sign Ofr Monday, August 20, 1951 MORNING 5:00—Sign On 5:00—Muslcnl Roundup 6:00—News 0:05—Farm Fair 0:15 -Musical Rounn-Up 6:30—Gosp") Gems 7:00—Mows 7:05 Yawnln 1 In the Mornln' 8:00- -News 8:15 South America Way i>:30- -KOSE Kapers 9:00—Woman's Viewpoint 9-.30—Meel Hie Mcnjoui 0:45 -Dearest Mother 10:00—News 10:05—Concert Master 10:30- -Meet the Band 11:00 Ncivs 11:05 Farm Frolics 11:30— Pentecostal Services 12:00--News XKTKEl.NOON 12:00 -News 12:15 -Noon Serenade 12:30—Cotton Forecast 1:00 Behind the News 1:0» -Matinee Melodies 1:30—Marine Show 1:43—Here's to Vets 2:00—News 2:0.)—Hillbilly Hits 3:00—News 3:05—Hcpt line ):00 -News 4:05 Murray'; Madhouse 4:30—Cisco Kid 5:00—Scvvs 5:05--Rccord Rack 6:00—S]iort°,man 6:15—Social Security 6:30- -News 6:35—P^veniug Serenade 6:45-Sisn Orr

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