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FACE SIX BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIZH NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 21 »4f Osceola Junior Legionnaires Take Advantage of 6-Run Lea'd To Defeat Cotton Pickers 9-7 • Osceola's Junior legionnaires made an early six-run lead sland ,'up lul night and they de/talfd the Blytheville Colton Pickers 9-7 in a second round game of Ihe American Legion's Filth District. lournRtueiU ., lit Caraway. + — ' Ths win sent the Osceola Juniors 'into the finals of the double-elimination tournament \vhere they will meet the winner ol tlie Blytheville- Caran-ay same this afternoon. In order to claim the Northeast division championship. Blytheville or Caraway will have '" defeat Osceola twice but Osceola will nerd only a .Dingle win over eiiher team . as it h.js already braton both Blytheville and Caraway once in tour- -ncy play. The winner of the Northeast finals will be entered in the Legion's .regional tournament which slarts . Tuesday in Osccola. In this tournament, winners ot the three districts of the l.ecion's Eastern Division, will compete for a shot at the state title in Little Hort: next month. Osccola (jot to "on Bunch, start- "liiB Picker hurler. for six runs in ' the first two innings and iced the affair with a two-rim uprising in the sixth and a .sinalc tally in the seventh. The r'-Vcrf fought hack with three runs in the second and sixth frame; and a .singleton in the fourth but the Osceola lead was too great. Bunch worked the first three hm- > Inps for the Pickers before wildness got the best of him in the ImmW. Gene Shanks lotik over in the fourth ant' finished the contest. Holland Gels llnmrr Montroe Holla" I. Blytheville outfielder, came near of cciuallinK catcher Me! Hay's feat of Tuesday nicht when he poled one over the 'left-center field wall of Caraway's • vast Memorial Park in the fourth .'Inning. His Wow. however, came with the bases emnty and Hay hit ' hi* with the bags full. Toinmv Spires went Ihe route ' (or Osceola giving up 12 base Wows ' the same number his team mate; collected off Bunch and Shanks. ' but good backing alicW helped hi ,'cau.se. Errors hurt Blytheville in the clutches. Third baseman B«bba Stanford led Osceola's 12-hlt attack with three hits in tour times at bat. Ted Vance. Mel Hay. Buford Hopper and Mnnlroe Holland each col- ' lected two hits to lead Blylhcvllle. " In a panic played yesterday afternoon. Manila was eliminated from Jurther tournament competition by ' dropping a 9-1 contest to Cara- LECAL PITCH—Krnie Silverman knocks out a brief after pitching for the leading Buffalo club of the International League. The George Washing- ion alumnus practices law in Washington during [lie ofl- season. way. Box score: Ulrthtville Vance ss ... Stires 2b Duclos Ib Hay c O'Neal 3b Hopper cf Holland rf . CallU If •'... Bunch p-lf . Shanks p Totals Owc-fili Hill 2b Baker rf Spires p Watson Ib . . ShaneyfeH ss Stanford 3b Conner c Stevens If Harrison cf . Totals AB .. S . . I .. 5 .. J .. 4 .. 5 .. f, . .- 2 Sports Roundup Hugh Fullerton. 'Jr. : ordmen to Play .ions oi Holland Phillips Team Seeks Fourth Consecutive Win in City League Phillips Motor Company's Ford- id), who are In Ihe thick of the ity Softball League's pennant Bht, will BO after Ihclr eighth iclory ol the sea.son tonight and iieir fourth iti a row, when they leel the Holland i.ions In the rst game ol a league double-head- r at Walker Park The Fordincn will enter tonight's anic riding the ere.st of a three ame winning strenk and lied with Blylheville *<otor Company for sec- Nachville Birmingham New Orleans Mobile AUamti Little Hock Memphis ihattanooga . .... Yesterday's Results A.MiililCAN LKAGUE New York 7 Cleveland 3. Chicago 8 Bo:' ion 7. Detroit 6 Washington 5. Philadelphia at Si. Louis, ground. 1 ;. NATIONAL LKAGUE FIU5burgh 3 Brooklyn fi. New York 5 CiiK'iunfUi 1. St. Louis 6 Boston 4 '10 inning.;) Chicago 4 Philadelphia 3 ill innings», SOUIHKKN ASSOCIATION Birmingham 6 Atlanta 2. Mobile '2 New Orleans I. Memphis 6 Little Rock 4. Only games scheduled. NEW YORK, July 21. fjT)-Ked iStrartci 1 , the loot ball Yankee's coach, admits he's "getting .«cnrert already." although Hie football season stlH is a couple of months RWRJT. . . "Well, not exactly scared," Red adds, "hut sometimes you think you need a month more to get ready.". . . Maybe he was rijfhL in the first place. . . The Yankees, a strong club from the Atari, have Today's Games AMKK1CAN LEAGUE New York at Cleveland. Boston at Chicago, Washington at Detroit. Philadelphia at St. Uniis <2 nigh NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati at Ne\v York. Pills burgh at. Brooklyn. Si. Louis at Boston. Chicago at Philadelphia. SOUTHERN LEAGUE (A3! Night Games) Memphis at Li tile Rock. Nashville al Chattanooga ( Atlanta at Birmingham. New Orleans at Mobile. 39 AH .. 6 .. 6 . . 3 .. 4 . . 4 . . 4 .. 4 .. 1 . 4 had -to give up a Int of players "some rtf the tn could make our team.,—To .strengthen the. weak Chicago franchise. . . . Privately, Strader agrees that if the Hornets don't make a go or it this year, they might a.s well give up. He figures- three clubs can't all make money in Chicago and ns long as 2! the Hears and Cardinals are on j j top. the All American Conference ; 3 j might do better to shift the frati- ] 01 chisc elsewhere. . . If the coufer- | 01 ence bosses don't like it—well, a \ I I boy is entitled to his own opinion, i _i especially when It costs him players, 12 | every lime there's a re.organlza- Yesterday's Sports in Brief By '['he Associated Press Charlotte. N.C.—lit. yclix iDoc Blanchard. all-America fullback the Army grid teams of 1944-45-46 announced he will play as a pr this fall with the independei Charlotte Clippers. Blanchard stationed at ucai-by Shaw Field. Sikeston Stags Beat Armor el Tigers 11 to 5 The Sike.iton, Mo., Stag* evened Ihe count on the Armorel Tigers with «n 11-5 decision In tlie final game of » two-game series it Sikeston. last night. The Stags spoiled tlie Tteers two unearned runs In the first Inning and then opened up on R. P. Richardson, Armorel hurler, /or a 17- hit assault to revenge an earlier 3-2 defeat handed them by Armorel RlcharJson worked seven Innings for the Tigers before giving way to Smoky Vlar In the eighth, dene Nichols, a righthander, went all the way for Sikeslon, allowing only seven hits. The Tigers chased home two unearned runs in the top half ol the first Inning on a single and two consecutive Sing errors. But Sikeston bounced back In the bottom half of the inning with a single tally and exploded for six runs in the second inning <" take lead that was never questioned. Cokcnonr. Sikeston short stop, led both teams In hitting with two nd place in Ihe league standings game and a half back of the (ague-leading Ark-Mo Kilowatters. A victory tonight would give the 'ordtnen temporary possession of econd place and -"nild leave them inly a game off Ark-Mo's pace ml a loss would drop (hem into hlrd two ''ill games hack. Tom Ivey, Ihe tall fastballer. Is cheduled to' work for the Ford- doub | es alu1 , wo s i ng ] es nen against Gr.-dner NorrW of the b vjar d .ions. The Lions are currently in ...„" ifth place with a record ol Jour I wins against fix -.es. Drujjlsls lo Play Sullivati-Xflsttn In tonight's second gnnic Owen's iiirprlslng Druggist^ will be scek- ng their third consecutive win and the Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Boys will be out to break a two- jame losing streak. Last week the Di'URciM 11 . who !o.= t their first eight games in a row. climbed out of the league cellar hy annexing their second straight will, a 9-5 election over Blvihcvi) 1 - Motor and a fow niyhts :efore that they won tlipii first same of the ieasnn from the Razorback Drive-fn nine. Jack Whittle is stated for mound chores Tor the Clievys atrainst either B. llaynes • Kelly of tlie Druggists. Tonicht's first same is set for 9 o'clock. Larry Doby the Goat as Yanks Edge Cleveland 7-3; Cardinals Shade Boston 6-4 in 10 Innings with two singles Box score i Armorel Morton cf Killett rf-2b .... Reed 2b-ss .. Wilson Ib VUr ss-c-p Young If Foster c-2b-3b LHIIR 3b Armstrong rf Richardson p-3b five Armorel four trips. AH New York — Gil Johnson < Southern Methodi.sL signed his coi n-act with the New York Yankees ol the all -America Foot bR 11 Conference. tion. 'Ch'fengo — Cnlumct Farm's Two Lea -^S3,20^ won Arlington Park's $25.000 Cleopatra Handicap with •stablemate. Wistful, running third. Williams Defends World Lightweight Crown Tonight LOS ANGKI.KS, July 21. W— Champion Ike Williams give.- Mexico's Enrique Bolanos his third crack at Ihe world lichlwcieht crown tonighi in a bout billed for 15 rounds at Wrigley Field. Winner of the first two matches, the Negro clouter from Trenton. N.J., is generally favored to turn back the Vbird challenge. But Bolanos' lev ion of admirers, here and in his native Mexico, are equally confident their toreador of j the prize ring will pull an upset ' and become the first fighter of his native land to hoid an undisputed title. Matchmaker Charley MarDonalrf, a veteran in fight matters, predicted a turnout of 18.000 to 20.000 | fans and gate recpipts of 5100.000; up. | The light !<; beinp staport for the benefit of a. ••outh foundation founded by comedian Lou Coslello Rpferer lor the bout, services Riaiis. will be Jack Detnpscy, former heavyweight king;, Tke v.on a somewhat iimaUsIyInp: split derision *>i 15 rounds of action in their laM encounter. In their Eirst batUe Williams stopped Bolanos in eight rounds. V ' )SRJ! at American consulate. | Swim Meet 21— M'>— | Bern, Switzerland — Jnroslav .Shorts and Shell* | Drobny and Vladimir Ccrnik. self-Ewell Blackwcll, tie Red's pitch- J" xL ' cd Cwjrh tnnnLs stars * J ' led for " er, has repalned 35 of the 40 pound* ' mal »PP^cations lor UnUcn States he lost when he was operated on j for the removal nf a kwlncy. . . ! That make* him almost biR enough to cast a shadow. . . Maynard j JoneJi, Jersey Jo tics' 22-year old heavy weight, hns been inainhcd with Pat Cnmlskey for a Wilmington, Del.. fiRht AUR 8. . . Jersey says if they ran Invc a NRA-1BC world hcavywetphl clmtnpion, a British world heavyweight champion world heavyweight champion and probably, \vheu Joe Walrott fights Ollc Tanribcrg, a Swccilxh world heavy weiplU champion, he doesn't sen why they ran't bill this one ns beinp lor Dir wnrld henvyweight rhamplon.-ihip of Dela- Barons Hand Crackers Fifth Straight Loss Hy \he AsvicUUd Tress Atlanta's crumbling Ci-arkoi.s suffered their fifth loss In a row lust at the hands of Ihe Binmug- hnm Barons, 6 to 2. The loss (lumped the Crackers otit of the first division into fifth !>lace iti the Southern Association flag chase. 'Die fourth position, vacated by the Crackers, was claimed by the vNfobite Bears, who flipped New Or- kans 2 and 1. The resurgent Memphis Chicks moved into Little Rock and pasted the Travs. 6 to 4, for their fifth consecutive victory. A scheduler! game between the first-place Vols of Nashville and ] the Lookouts at Chattanooga was. postponed. | The runtier-up Barons exploded tor lour runs in the [otnlh InniYig to win at Birmingham. Wiliard Nixon held Atlanta lo six hits. Mobile got only Cour blows off Bill MacDonald. Pelican right- hander but lienefitted from two New Orleans 1 errors. Tlie Chicks clustered seven of their nine safe Ijlows in the second and third Innings to take a five-run lead al Little Rock, Grover Bowers led off the third with a smash for the circuit. Marvin Rotblatt checked the Travs null] the ninth. Then they got lo him for three runs with only one out. At that point. Bill Evans went in to save the game. Totals Sikeston Mizc cf Cokenour ss Havdcn 3b Dubia Ib Bloomficld 2b Limbaugh rf . Pnckett rf . Helsley If C Wcsse!! c , Taylor c Nichols p .... 4 . 4 . 4 . 4 ^ i 4 .18 AB 5 5 . 5 3 . 5 4 . 0 . S 3 2 5 MOVE NORTH—George Ives liokt? a 17-pound black grouper the New Bern zmgler landed off Cape Lookout, N. C. More and more black groupers are being caught in the Gulf Stream near Morchearl City. Generally considered *"i southern water, or Caribbean species, it's only in the last few yenrs that they appeared this far north. Totals 42 11 17 Geo. Bartholomew Again Leads in Skeet Competition George Bartholomew; who last mown v,ou bovh the skect and trap troplves af. the Blytheville Gun Club. Sunday moved into the lead for the fkeet trophy a°ain, by running his string to 138 breaks out of 150. ; The sUeet trophy, awarded to the I shooter that has the best monthly [ record, i.s donated hy Guards' Jewelry Stove. : Close behind Bartholomew in the skeet competition is Cecil Earls '\vith a -nark of 132. L. L. Ward is ' running third with 127 breaks. i There will be no competition for the Holcombe trap shooting trophy i i His month. B. P. Brogdon of the Gun Club -said, but .shooting is , i rhrrtii!cc to be resumed next month. In sk?ct shooting tour men tied for individual honors last week with perfect 25's They were: Mr. Bartholomew. Jim Barksdale. Cecil Earls and U L. Ward. Stranahan Enters Inverness 4-Boll Tourney for Fun TOLEDO. O-, July 21—</P>— Pi-ankle StranaHan, Toledo's topflight amateur—first sirnon pure ever to fire the Inverness four-ball matches— Is .shooting Just for Inn in the 515,000 event which starts today. The youthful star Is substituting for Ben Hogan as partner of Jimmy Dcmaret. And any portion of the prize melon won by the Dem- arel-Stranahan duo will be split j by Demaret and Hogan, winners of ' the birdie barrage in 1941-46-47-48. Today's pairings lor the opening matches of the seven-round four- day tourney were: Freddie Haas-Da v« Douglas vs Carry Middlecoff-Jim Per Her; E. J. >Dutch> Harrison-Jim Turnesa VR Sam Snead-Dick Metz.; Bob Hamilton-Chick Harbert vs Lloyd Mangrum-Johnny Palmer. a n d Clayton Heafneir-Sklp Alexander vs Demaret-Stranahan. Bobby Locke, South African who recently won the British Open, had been signed to appear as the partner of MCtz. However. Locke decided (o stay tin the other side after winning the British Classic, delaying his return to America by a month, or more. ft/ Ja«k Hind (Associated Pren SporU Writer) Larry ooby's "skull" and Jo« Di- Magglos hitting have put the cool- Cleveland's pe nnant-drive— at least temporarily. Doby drew a fine of an undisclosed amount last night after he was thrown out trying to steal lotne with the bases loaded and ] icbody out In the eighth inning.; Goby's Cleveland mates trailed the j -leadhiK New Yoric Yankees, 1 7-3 at the time. That turned out • be the final score. Let I y Jo« P s$;«. w ho h ad just replaced "steady Eddie" Lopat was having h 1 a troubles.' H e walked manager Lou Boudreau on four straight pitches to force In a run. He hadn't found the plate in two Losses to Bob Kennedy. Then it happened. Doby broke for the plate as Page walked back toward the resin bag. The pitcher whirled and threw to catcher Yogi Berra, who tagged Doby a.s he dove head first across the plate. Pa^e proceeded to walk Kennedy. Then he found his stuff In fKn Jun I retail and make ninch hitter Ken KeUner ground to Bobby Brown. There scorned to be no excuse for Dobv, Third base coach Steve- O'Neill didnt .send him in. although the crowd of 75.3*0 booed -him. Doby's club trailed by four runs.: It definilely was not any situation for a steal. HIMiigcria Hie: Gun DiMaecio. who lifted the Yanks past Boston when thev threatened in late June, drove in three runs with a triple and homer and scored twice as the Yanks again stretched their load to t l i- games. The Boston Red Sox dvopped S'-r games behind the leaders by bowing to the Chicago White Sox, 8-7. Tlie White Sox won In the ninth on a triple bv George Melko- viclv two intentional passes and Eddie Malone's outfield fly, scor- ins Metkovich. Detroit pushed over three rims In the eighth to shade Washington 6-5. Johnny Upons squeeze bunt single s corcd Hoot Evers with the whining run. Evers led the attack with three singles off loser Mickey Harris. Brooklyn lost a full paine of its Hfivfmtaqe In the National. The St. Louis Cardinals clipped Brooklyn's margin to 2'-^ parties by a IQ-inmng night game decision over the Boston Braves. 6-4. after the Dodgers lost an afternoon 8-fi verdict to the onrushlng Pittsburgh Pirates. Kiner UnHmbcrs Ralph Kiner lowered the boom on the Brooks, driving in five runs with homes runs Nos. 25 and 26. His second homer came in the top of the nintVi with two men on and Brooklyn leading. 6-5. Lou Klein, one of tlie three Cards who returned to organized ball from Hi's Mexican League, belted a two-run double off the left field wall that broke up the Boston game in the 10th inning. Hank Sauer drove in all the Chicago Cubs' runs with two homers and a triple in their 11-inning, 4-3, victory over the Phillies. His triple off reliefer Curt Simmonj scored Andy Palko who singled In the eleventh. The New York Glanls set a new major league consecutive Inning record while whipping Cincinnati, s-l. By s coring In each of the first three Innings, they extended their streak to 14 innings. The old was 12. set by the Giants In Philadelphia at St. Louis in the American League was jwstponed because of wet grounds. LITTLE ROCK. July Thp state high school shimming nnd riivinp championships, scheduled [or Anp- 10 have been, cancelled because ol the polio situation. This h a s been announced by Johnny Hurnett, executive secretary oi the Arkansas AlnleUr AssocU- _ tion ot; the advice of Dr. T, T. Ross. ] state health director. Lake Superior with an area of 31-BUO sqaure miles is believed to he the largest body of fresh water in the world. Assigned to New Unit SSgt Walter C. Collier, son of R. J. Collier, 119 W- Vine Street, has been assigned to the newly formed 301st Air Refueling Squadron at Smoky Hill air force base, near Salina, Kan. He has been in ilie service since 1940. The largest known eggs were rliose of the extinct Aepyornis, of Madagascar, The contents one such eac would equal 15 dozen modern hen's egRfi. Correction ware. noi» All. Ylrnthcrji Herman Hickman has iakrn ovrr the training of Yale's newest bulldog mascot. Handsome Dan VI] 'Dan VI died last winter) and already has (aught him to lie down anrf roll over. Leave no one ;ny that's a prcvhw of what Herman's team will do next fall. . . Johnny AUcll Is flying to California for thr Ike Williams-Enrique Bolanos fight with the Idea of .signing Williams for Ray Robinson it\ PhU- ly in September. . . . In yesterday's edition oE thr Courier News it was Inadvertantly reported that the Number Nine Nm- rrs tMcatcrt the Hayti AH-Stars I2-,S. The name, of the Hayli Icrvm that played Number Nine should have been the Imliau& nwt the All- Stars, GoW Chomp Wins LITTLE ROCK. July 2l—fcPi— Billy Brown, state high school goll championship, wo n the Greater Little Rock junior golf title here yesterday defeating Ed Coates, B and T. Hrown plans to enroll In LSU next fall. GRAIN STORAGE BINS Insure Yourself of support prices on your Soybeans, Corn, \Yheal and of her Grains. Our Hius are Government Approved, Gov- ernment Financed, 5 years fo pay For Full Particulars—Call or Come In. BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. Blytheville, Ark. Phones 856-857 Don't Miss the Fun! PIG RACE Wednesday, July 27 Only 50c to Enter $7 PRIZE AIR BASE Skating Rink DUTY CALLS Have you ever personally served your country? Here is the chance. Be a member of Company "M" 153rd Infantry, Arkansas National Guard. Be a civilian soldier 2 hours a week. Vacation from 30 July to 15 Aug. inCamp Polk, La. Good pay. Apply at the Armory, phone 4287. This Ad Sponsored by DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Major League Leaders By The Associated PreM National League Batting — Robinson, Brooklyn, .358: Marshall, New York. .335. Runs — Robinson. Brooklyn, H; Reese. Brooklyn. 73. Runs batted in — Robinson, Brooklyn. 10; Hodges, Brooklyi. 66. Hits — nobin.son. Brookh'n, 119; Schoendlenst. SI. Louis, 115. Doubles — Thomson, New York and Jones, Philadelphia, 23. Triples _ Emits, Philadelphia, 3; Robinson and Plirlllo. Brooklyn. 7. Home runs — Kiner. Pittsburgh. 26; cordon. New York 19. Stolen bases — Robinson. Brooklyn. 23: Reese. Brooklyn, 17. Pitching — Chambecs, Pittsburgh 6-1 .857; ;Sewell. Pittsuurgh 5-1, .833. Strikeouts — Spahn, Boston, 80; Branca, Brooklyn. 72. • American League i Batting — DiMageio, Boslon, .3*4; Kell, Detroit. .337. Runs — Joost, Philadelphia, 85; Williams, Boston, 84. Runs batted in — Stephens, Boa- i ton. 96; Williams. Boston, 93. ; Hits — pesky, fsoston. 110; 'tjt- lams, and DIMaggio. Boston, ld"rr^ Doubles — Majeski. Philadelphia, Philadelphia, 26; Williams, Boston. 23. Triples — Mitchell. Cleveland, 12; Va!o. Philadelphia. 8. Home run s — Stephens, Boston, 23; Williams, Boston. 22. Stolen bases — Dillinger. St. Louis. 9; Valo. Philadelphia, Mitchell, Cleveland, anci Cosm, Washington. 7. Pitching — Reynolds. New York 10-1 .909-. Wynn. Cleveland 1-1 .875. Strikeouts — Trucks. Detroit, 103; Ncivhouser, Detroit, 83. Las1 rime Today 'IN THE NAVY" with Abbott and Costclln News i Short Friday &• Snfurdiiy 'ROLLING HOME TO TEXAS" with Tfx- IliUer and Eddit Dem Cartoon and Serial SKY LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER »ia> VIE) Bui Office Oprni it It* Stum Starts at 7:30 2 Miles North of Blytheville Box Office Opens at 6:45 Show Starts 7:30 Last Time Today 'THE STRAWBERRY ROAN" (Tn Cinfcolor) Gene Aulry Gloria Henry BLYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE TMtATRE. iw SUrU tVnkdljri 7:00 p.m da; and Sunday: Cuntinn«u> showing [rom t :0ti p.m. Last Time Today (DOUBLE FEATURE) "SLAVE GIRL" wtth Yronnc I>rCar!o »nd George Brent "LOUISIANA" with Governor Jirnmte Davis and Margaret I.indsjj Serial: "G-Men Never Korget" Chapter 7 Also Shorts Kridav S >raturday "FRONTIER REVENGE" Lash LaRue Furz.v St. John Serin]: Chapter 1 ol "The Ixwt Jungle* Thursday & Friday "WALK A CROOKED MILE" with Louis Hayward, Dennis O'Kecfe Louise Alhritton Friday & Saturday (DOUBLE FKATURK) "WHEELS OF DESTINY" with Ren Majn»rd So» OfTice Opcm at t Wetk NtjhU Show SUrts at 7:3» Malintt S»Urdaj ti. Snndtj at 'I p.m. with continttoia "CAMPUS SLEUTH" with Freddie Stewart. June Frcisser, and The Teen Afen Strinl: "Son »f the Gurdimen' Alao Cartoen last Timt Today THE LUCKY STIFF" Dorothy Lamour Brian Donlery Claire Trevor Also Shorts Friday & Saturday SunMi Canon in "FIGHTING MUSTANG" Serial: Chapter 4 of "Son «f (he GvardsnuvT Saturday "BUCKAROO FROM POWDER RIVER" No. 8 wilh Churles Slarrett Serial: "Adventures of Frank <C' Jesse .lames" Also ShorLs NEW rk» Op«-n.- Wrck Da?!- I:MI pro. Matinee Satirdai it Sun'a; Sat.-Sun I o.m cotit Sbowinr Manila, Ark. NKiHl l>ast Time Today "TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME" with Esther Williams, Frank Sinatra, 4 and Gene Kelly Also Short Friday "CALIFORNIA STRAIGHT AHEAD" with John Wayne Saturday "LAMAR1E" with Charles Slarrett Also Shorts

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