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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 26, 1949
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TU15SDAY, JULY W, 1949 BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS fAGE 8EVEH Cards Back Home For Lengthy Stay; Dodgers Hit Road By Jo* Relchler Auockted Preaa Sports Writer TlU'OW the first three months out of the window, boys—the National Lea [lie pennant race ii just beginning. It took 14 weeks, but now that the wheat has been separated trom A£)he chaff, the same old bitter rivals—the Brooklyn Dodgers and St. Lo'lU Cardinals—are battling for the coveted prize. That's been the story in six ol the last eight years. < At the moment-, the edge lies with the Cards. Back home from a successful 12-game eastern jaunt, the Redblrds are In first place today, a half game In front of the slumping Dodgers. A.S far as the flag is "concerned, the other six clubs can start -cbuildlng lor next year. The rampant Redblrds, who took over first place from Brooklyn by knocking off the Dodgers three straight i- the Brooks' own back yard, begin a 19-game home stand today. In Hie meantime,, the Dotigcrs will play 11 games on the road, be- with a trio In Chicago. AL Race Shaping Up The AineHca League race is showing signs of becoming a humdinger, too. It Appeared practical* ly over last week when the pacesetting New York Yankees knocked off their mast pr-ststcnt challenges — the Cleveland Indians—two Eddie Malone, Tom Bradley Win Mat Event Eddie Malone and Tom Bradley, i suDstitut", rn.Hcd to lake the irml two falls and a tag match decision over Frank ' fai'conl and Floyd (Red) Bird in the main evetn if the ^merican Legion's weekly wrestling bouts at Memor al Auditorium last night. omhiR back alter dropping tnt first (all, Malone and Bradley, who was called in to pinch hit for Jack Bloomfiekl, battled ilieir \ ouRh the second and third round. 1 ; to claim Ihe victory Btoomfield was unable to appeal here Inst night due to illness Ii Legion Tourney Gels Under Way Eastern Arkansas Ball Clubs Play Today in Osceola Pour of Eastern Arkansas' top American Legion baseball team will meet in Osceola today to be gin a double-elimination lonrna- nent with Ihe winner going to the stale tourney in Camden next month. Teams represented in the Osceola :ournainent Include Trumatin western section of Fifth District Carawa>, eastern section of FifU District: Corning. Fourth District and West Memphis, of the Sixt! District Bernie McKay, state director o. American Legion baseball of Little Rock, will supervise play in thi tournament. Mr. McKay, who has seen ever: Lesion »eam in (he state play thL year, commented that he though Ihe best of the state's teams is lo caled Ui eastern Arkansas. He said the winner of the Os ceola tournament stood a gooc chance ot finishing high in Hi state tournament. On the basis of performances o out of three to 'ncrease their margin to five a - J a half games. Things hav changed since then though. The Tribe went on to take Us next five games. Including the big one last m>ht when they whip, ped the Yankees, 4-J, before 11,3V at the Yankee Stadium. That cut the Bronx Bombers' lead to only three games, with 'the two team: '^Jashing again Wednesday an' 'Whrrsday. The Indians delivered a one-two punch last night. N. only did they defeat the Ysnkfs, but the; turned the tables on Vic Raschl who had hipped them foui straight times this year. Righthander Early Wynn rcgis tered his eighth victory agatns two setbacks, but needed help tiom Satchel FnUre In the eighth. Tied in Ninth In the only i:«tional League game, the Dodgers, striving to save something from their disastrous series with the Redbirds. had to settle for a nine-inning tie as the Cards overcame a 3-1 deficit In the sixth. The gnme was called by agreement »t the e- of the ninth to permit both clubs to mike train connections to the west. Stan Muslal's triple, the first of three • hits agnlnst his Brooklyn cousins," .scored Lou Klein to give the Cards a rvm In the first, but the Brooks came back with two in the third and another in the fourth for a 3-1 lead. With two iuvny in the sixth. Mesial doubled. Enoj Slaughter walked, and Hon Northey scored tbrm both with a two-base hit. Rocky Nelson's two-bagger brought in Northev to put the Cards ahead. 4-3. The Dodgers tied the score at 1-4 in their " ilf of the sixtl on • •pinch hitter Oene Hermanski's home run. his family. Malone. the Irish pepper pot who has lost very little of his zip despite nearly two decades In the bi'slness, was the whole show. He flashed lr. and out of the ring using his uncanny speed *s his main offensive iveapon to keep the opposition off balance. It was his agility that Uirned the tide of victory in the second fall. Byrd and Marconi managed to salvage only the first rovnd of the main event which they took in 21 minutes. Marconi defeated Bradley in n minutes with back breaking full Nelson and Byrd won over Malone In four minutes with a body pin The second fall nsted but 10 minutes with Maloue and Bradley the victors. Bradley defeated Byni five minutes with a stomp hammer lock and Malone defeated Marconi in five minutes with a body slam land pin. I The third fall was over in only eight minutes. Bradley and Malone greeted Marconi with a series of kangaroo kicks at the opening bell and defeated him In less than a minute with » body pin. Malone then returned to defeat Byrd in seven minutes with a crab hold. T " the two one-fall preliminary boi'ls Bradlcv won over Bvrd In 16 minutes with a crab holfi and Marconi defeated Malone with m full Nelson. strong pitching staff, Carawa nrnbblv will he a slieh' favorite. W. V "Ix-ftv" Alexander * work lifhlud the plati' and E. J Baker will be base umpire lor games. rwo contests will be played eac dav wit 1 ' the first &niue beiaj cd at 2:30 p.m. and the second ; 8 p.m. The learns met In Osceola morning for drawings. th HOW THEY STAND NATIONAL St. Louis . .. Brooklyn ... Boston Philadelphia New York . . Pittsburgh . Cincinnati . Chicago .... LEA' : HE W L ____ 54 36 ....53 36 . 48 . ... 47 ....44 ... 43 AIR-BORNE—A Polish soccer player Dies through the air with Ihe creates! of ease is he catches th* ball in a match b*tw«en ''oland and Denmark al Warsaw's Army Sladium. Notable« from :ehind the Iron Curtain and Denmark witnessed the Pole« avenge / a^previous reverse, 2-1. Six Football Officials Dropped By SWC; 'Blackballing' Denied 44 44 44 46 PC .0 501J .500 .404 .330 AMERICAN LKA(iIlE New Yorlt .. Cleveland . Boston Philadelphia Detroit . Chicago Washington St. Lout .. Livestock Vols T«kc Pair By the Atsoeintrfl Press FVir thf second nWit in » row. Tookie Gilbert and iiis home run clouting WPS a major factor in a Nashville victory over the Atlanta NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III., Julv 26— iVPj— (TJSDA)—Hogs 9500: highly active: weights 180 Ibs up and sows strong to 25 higher than Monday's average with some '250260 Ibs and some heavy sows Ul> i more; weights under 160 Ibs aver- '•• aEe aout steady; bulk good and choice 180-230 Ibs 22.00-50; top 22.50 paid freely; heavier weights scarce; few 260-300 Ibs 20.25-21.60; 140-170 Ibs 20.00-21.50; few 21.15; odd lots 100-130 Jb pigs 18.00-19.75; good sows 400 Ibs down 17.00-18.50; few choice lots 18.75;; over 40 Ibs 13.0016.75:: slugs ll.00-13.50, Cattle 4000; calves 1500;; one lo*d high good yearlings steers 26.25 and a load of medium flesh Kansas grass steers 21.25; good and choice heifers anj mixed yearlings 24.5027.50; common and medium 17-5024.00; cows opening steady; common and medium beef cows 15.001630; a few medium and good 17.00-50; canner& and cutters 11.0015.00. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Gilbert socked his 2Ist four-b^g- ?er of ihe season in Ihe fifth inning of the opener Monday ntjrht to give the lepsue leaders a S to I decision. The Vols also" tock the nightcap. "7 to 2. after Jumping on bip Jim BTby for five hits and four tallies in the first frame. Birmingham's Barons, second in thp flag chnse. made It three straight over the Lockouts of Chat- taiiooea. 3 to 1. Third sucker Fred HaltlcM bcH- ed his 19th homer for Binnincham. The Little Rock Travelers blanked the Pelicans of New Ovleana, to 0. behind the five-hit hurling of Al Plechotn. The Ttavs scored the winning run in the eighth on Al 'erijroff's single Jack Snnford's ln?!c and a long fly by Alex De .a Garza. Mobile's Johnny Klippsteln sh« ait the Memphis Chicks on one lit 1 to o, in a seven-inning flr&i ray. The Chicks came back to take j he regulation finale, 3 to 2. Last Time Tonight Warner News * Carlo** Wednesday & Thursday "THE LUCKY STIFF" with Horothy Lanmr and Briaa SOUTHERN LEAGUE 38 38 •II) 48 47 Nashville . . Birmingham . New Orlpiiiis Atlanta . Mobile . ... jlttle Roclc . Vlempliis . Chattanooga W 62 .... 56 .... 5'2 .... 49 .... 4V .... « .... 4n ..- 39 Pel .633 .fiOO .544 .533 .533 420 .MI .344 Pet .620 .590 .531 .505 .500 .453 .417 .382 Yesterday's Results NATIONAL l.KAGliE Brooklyn 4. St. Louis 4 18 inning tie— called to allow teams to catch train) . Only game scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 4, New York 2. Only game scheduled. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Little Rock 1. New Orleans 0. Birmingham 3, Chattanooga 1 Nashville 3-7. Atlanta 1-2. Mobile 1-2, Memphis 0-3. Today's Games NATIONAL Brooklyn at Chicago. New York »t Pittsburgh (nlghtx Boston at Cincinnati inighti. Philadelphia »L St. Louis (night) Thi first. all-Iron American rall- oad bridge was built n 1845. AMERICAN LEACilTE Chicago at Boston (night). St. Louis at Philadelphia Inighti Detroit at Washington (night). Only games scheduled. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis at Mobile (2). Little Rock at New Orleans. Chattanooga at Atlanta. Only games scheduled. All Nlghl Ounes. FORT WC-TTH, T«x., July 26. f.<Pj —Southwest Conference cuaches and the circuit's executive socre- :ary claim theie \vas no "black- aalling" of football officials at a hush-hush mcctitig in Dallas nearly five months ago. James H. Stewart, tlie conference's executive secretary, said last night "the conference coaches and Hthlctlc directors met March 4 am" agreed on 40 officials to officiate In conference Raines. The remainder of the officials will officiate in non-conference games." The Fort Worth Star Telegram yesterday reported the meeting hurt Lfen held and at least six veteran officials had been dropped from off IcEri Ling In all game,? between conference schools. Sonic of the officials thcmselvc.s said they dirt not know they were "blackballed," hut snld they did know they were not officiating nny 51*> [ confcrpnc'c cntnc.s — for the first time in years. Nccly. f Conch of nice> said the meet in? was to seek a belt err \vflv of .selecting the officials. "We tried .o think up a way in take the pressure off the offiduls wlwv might think they owed coach a favor just brcnrso that conch named him ^n his prefcrrcti list." Ncelv - c aitl. Work ^or ( fercncr "So we got together nnrt named some 40 officinls who were the unanimous choice of the seven icaches. They are the mm who will work rnnference gnmcs. They needn't worry "hout the coaches anymore. They're working for Die conference and not anv one coach can blacVbaU ftti official, "11 one conch think« an official Is incompetent he can brintr up the subject Rl a meeting of tlie coaches. If the other six coaches ncree, then that official can he dronpod. "II is true three or forr officlnls werr rtiTmppd lhat sanic of us ".-onUI like lo have sceii on there. But vou know It's pretiv hard to pet seven men to nTee unanimously on 40 nff" Itvls" Two in Retire The .Star - Telesrram named i.>arles Hawn. Ocuc Bedford, Harv Viner, E-^firl Dav.'firlt. and O. N. r <?ary as amriiig officials who will ork no conference gnines. Viner and Swartz are retiring i-Gin officiating. Day vault .said "I have 10 games irttd'up next season. InctuclUiR Mich titersccllonnl tilts as Notre Dame- SAlU. Texas A. and M. and Okla:>ma- "I certainly think It's an outrage vhen one coach can tell you that •on can't officiate a game in which he has no part-" Arkansas Coach John Earnhill Commented on the meeting: "I heartily approve of the new nclhod fot selecting officials") be- carse some of our officiating h I't bceij too Rood. The conference idoptcd the new system to try to Imnrove the officiating/* Barnhlll anid most of the Southwest couches believed that If one Ark-Mo Tangles With Druggists Outcome of Gam* Tonight Big Factor In Playoff Berth* Tlie leagiie-lfarllng Arlc-Mo Kllo- wattcr« could assure themselves of a ShaURhnessy playoff berth In the City Softball League with i victor; over the Owens Druggists In Ihe first game of a league doubblieaiter al Walker Park tonight. Despite the fact that they nil) have five gamea ItH to play, couiU- Ing tonight'* game, * vktcrj umiplit would assure the KUowalters of flu- ishlns the seaion at lea>i tied for fourth plac* At present lliey have a record uf elglil wlna agninkt only one defeat while the flUh-p'.'ice Jaycees, wily altJiig with the Holland Lions, are the only teams in | the .second division that could get nlo the playoff, liave t 4-5 record with live games lo go. A victory tcnlglit would increase Ihe Kllowatters' lead ovei the second place Phillips Fordmen from a fill game U> a game and a half, giving them a little more breathing' room. ltruz|l$t» Show Power But llic Ktowatters uiaj witness considcrttbJe trouble with ihe trouble-making UrugglsU wlio can in- ish no better llian fifth in the league standings. Tlie Druggists liavt won two out of llielr >as>. .lirec xanies alter dropping eign; slrilRh!, and one ol those victories was a. decision over the Blythevllle Motor Company Motormen, pbke-l by many to cop the league title Billy Ocnton probably will work for Hie Klowtttera In tomtit's game against either B. Hayne« or Kelly for Owens. This game Is scheduled for 8 o'clock. In tonight's second giune. Sullivan-Nelson's defending viuunyiou Chevrolet Boys will be after llielr second slruiglil win afler * couple ol consecutive setbacks *h,-?n they meet tlie Holland hlona. rile Chevrolet Buys snapped thoir loshiF streak with a decisive verdict over the Druggists last week. Lions Drop Three Ganu-s Tlie Lions hdve dropped th»lr last three outlnus to fall -Jeep Into He lmi>'i von a game " the second division and will be out, TOe bis 34-year-old riglil-lmnder to entljlieli' slump at the expense Sports Roundup Major League Leaders coach didn't want an official, that official probably would not be desirable lor calling games of other coaches. NEW YOHK, July 26-M')—The champion Cleveland Indians, tangling with the Yankeej In another important series, have placed a cruel and unusual burden on their pitching staff . . . The pitchers not only have lo perform Iholr regular chores well, but they have to knock in the runs to win . . . "Why, from our nth game up to last Sunday, our pitchers and catcher Jim Hegaii had driven In as many rims as all the rest of the batting order," publlcltor Mursh Samuel pointed out. "Bob Lemon has been on a home run streak and Early Wynn won a game with a homer the other day. I^mon has been really remarkable. He has only been at bat 55 limes, but he has hit six homers, three doubles and Iwo triples. He really looks like a hitter tip there, loo. The rest of the team still Is In a slump. We've scored 200 less runs than the Red Sox—that's an average of about two a game—ami Una's why we're not out In front by five or six games." . . . Come to think of It. Lemon started out as a third baseman—and that's where the Indians need help right now. and Boc* Pitching is Dead But Old Mort Still I Packs the Stands MOOSE JAW. S«.5k., July 26. AP}-~Mort Cooper, who once bore $100,000 pric tag when he wits i National Baseball League pitching ace. may not liave much whip left in his sonpbone but he knows how to cash in on his personality. The husky. Independence, Mo., player, a three-time National League all-star while with St. Louis Cardinals, now is pitching for Moose -.'aw Canucks of Ihe Southern Saskatchewan Senior League. One-Mlnule Sporls Pajte Some sort of n record must nave l>eeu established In a softball tour- nameni at Anderson. Ind., last week when the opening game went 2'J Innings, from 6'30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., and the three-game program ended at 2:30 with 100 fans sllll In their seats. George Halas predicts the Chicago Bears will havo Ihe youngest team In pro football this fall . . . And, as usual, proably the roughest. By The AM«ctaU<J Preai Amerteaa Leafu« Batting—Williams, Boston, Kell, Detroit, .342. Runs — Williams, Boston, Joosl. Philadelphia, M, Runs tatted In—Williams, ton, 99; Stephens, Boston, 87. Hits—Williams, Boston. 115; Vei- ky. Boston. 114. Doubles-.VtaJeskl. Philadelphia, 26; Kell, Detroit, 25. Triples—Mitchell, Cleveland, 13; VMo. Philadelphia. 9. Home runs—Williams, Boston, 39; Stephens, Boston, 24. Stolen bases—Dlllinger, St. Loulfl, 9. Valo. Philadelphia, «. Pitching—Reynolds, New York, 10-1 .900; Kiizava. Chicago, 8-1 ,»57. Strikeouts—Trucks, Detroit, 1W; Newhouser, Detroit, 88. Nallonal League BftlUni? — Robinson. Brooklyn, .3UO; Marshall, New York. .332. Runs—neese, Brooklyn, 76; Robinson, Brooklyn, H. Runs balled In — Robinson, Brooklyn. 75; Hodges. Brooklyn, 10. Hits—Robinson. Brooklyn, 125; Thonxsnn, New York, 121. Doubles — Thomson, New York mid Jones, Philadelphia. 24, Triples—Ennis. Philadelphia. 8: Robinson and Furlllo, Brooklyn, 1. Home runs — Klner, Pittsburgh, '27; Gordon New York and Sauer, Chicago, 19. Stolen bases -Robinson. Brooklyn, 24; Reese, Brooklyn, 17. Pitching—Chambers. Pittsburgh, 0-1. .857; Sewell. Pittsburgh, 5-1 .833. Strikeouts — Spahn, Boston, 80; Branca, Brooklyn, 73. still entertains hopes ol a comeback but to fi'ns around thus prairie circuit—next ^tcp down from the bush leagues—it looks as if Mort will have a [ou^h job. Since ills arrival last month ou|X>sition butters have greeted the sore-armed hurler like long-'ost cousin. Cooper has appeared in R dozen games Knd ills longest stint was a six-Inning effort. Prairie batters have shown no re.spcct for the slants o( the hurler who *vas the National Issue's mast valuable player In 1942 and the mainstay of the Cauls' pitching .staff. | But rp.ns by the thousands have flocked to parks around the circuit, 'urcd bv the magic o[ the Cooprr nnmr Club owners agree that 1^*9 .should l-c one of the most ful seasons financially the league has lint! and much ol the revived rmeivst can bo traced lo Cooper. That Is one reason why the MOO.V; .Jaw club crtn afford to pay him a reported S125 a game, an astronomical salinv in this league but no i:reat shrikes when stacked up liut '.he J15.000 yearly Cooper was drawing a few years back. ol the Chevys. oarrlner Norrlc probably will work for the LJon» ap.alnsl. Jack Whittle lor Sullivan-Nelson. The Standings: W. 1.. Pol 8 .721 .700 .H36 .M*. .364 Cleaning The Cuff Dutch McElrealh. Tulaue coach *'ho has been touring tlie east, tabs Eddie Price us a 1949 all-America halfback ... He may be right, but I'll be a disappointment to a hundred other coaches who also have sure-fire all-America halfbacks . . . Ex-football Giant Willie Walls likely will be suffering when 44 hand picked prep footballers gather at Corpus Christ!, Tex., next month for the East-West all star gains . . . The kids will train at corpus Christ! O.. where Walls Is coach, but probably they're tabbed lor other colleges. 'I earn Mk-Mo Phillips Motor . Blylhevllle Motor Sullivan-Nelson , JaJycees Holland Owens Drug ... Razorbacks . Pope Plans Vacation VATICAN CITY, July 36. CAP)— Pope P:us XII will leave the Vatican this weekend for hla summer residence at Cutel Gandolfo, Vatican sources reported today. .100 you'll feel like Oanclnc when TO« Great Game, Baseball CONWAY. .Ark., July 2G— (iVi A pitcher suffered a fractured arm ,vinding up during a baseball game here. nut that wasn't all. During n doublcheader. a bolter suffered a fractured rinse when he struck a pitched ball, another batter received n smashed thumb In a similar accident, and a catcher tore (iff a fingernail while trying to tag a runucr. Cards-Brooklyn St. Louis Series A Near Sell-Out ST. LOUIS, July SB -f/Pj—The St. Louis Cardinals fiimovmocd yesterday that reservert seats for the C.irdnlM- Brooklyn Dodpers gome- next Saturday night are sold out. Reserved .sent tickets for the (Taint Sunday h»v* been sold out for several weeks, A few tickets are still available for the first game of the Aeries—Friday nlghl, a «pok- c.Mnun .said. But they arc |0lnc Stven thousand n*«* r *^ admission tickets will go on sale for eKch game on the d*y of the game. Tom Thumb, th« first American- built steam locomotive, had H boiler the size of a flour barrel. RENT A CAR Drive Anirwtltr* YOU nrttt Simpson Oil Co. Phon« 937 Rend Courier News Wunt Ads THEATRE OSCEOLA YOUfl FRIENDLY THEATRE Box Office Opens »l 7 Week Nights Show Starts at 7:3« Matinee Saturday & Suiidar at 1 p.m. -Kith cnntlnvovs »h*wtn|t. Tuesday "A rtmmb* it» 4*nc» in front of you 90*1 ((oft; •< tmootfily •< • C*<£X*C w«J Hi* beet f MURK'S BARGAIN SIGHT! All Tlrkets 15c "PAROLE, Inc." JVfifhatl O'She* Turban B*y trelyn Ank«rs AIM ShorU Ntws and Short fXPFKTKADtO SAifS AMD S£»r/Cf /Q BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. O 138 E. MAIN ST. BlYTHEVIUE.ARKx Wednesday & Thursday "PITFALL" nkk P««tll LIulKlh Scott Jane Wfatt AUn Shftrtx GOOD PAY Want a vacation? With pay? 2 weeks in Louisiana at the National Guard Annual Summer Camp. Open to men aged 17 to 34. Your own Company "M" 153rd Infantry, Arkansas National Guard. Apply at the Armory. Phone 4287. This Advtrtiitment Sponsored by BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. "South'* Finest Service" ANNOUNCEMENT e urc happy to announce Burl Davidson hns pLirclmsal the pei-inl Bnrber Shop on South Second Sheet, four doors from tn. Ht will be glud to h*v« friends old and new cull on him for excellent barber service and guaiHiilccs first class service by «xperienccd barbers. Little Jtmmle Hull is like a Chesterfield —he always ;>E\L5f>fles, Come In, you are next. Open all week <Uys 7 •.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday 7 n.m, Lo 10 p.m. New prices: Hair Cut 60c; Shave 4Qc; Tonics 25c. Imperial Barber SHOP BURL DAVinSON, Owner Don't Misi fh« Fun! PIG RACE Wednesday, July 27 Only SOc to Enttr $7 PRIZE AIR BASE Skating Rink N E W Mot Ltpciu WMb U«jr« H SKY >ak-SlUi I p.ID t Manila dtinvn (Jon I gh*wlnc Ark. NH1H1 Tut'sday "LUCK OF THE IRISH" with Tyrone Power, Also Short* LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER Wednesday, Thursday "DAUGHTER OF THE WEST" with S1;irth* Vlrlirrs anrt I'hllip Rfirt Also Shorn t i Miles North ot BlyttieTlD* Box Office Openi al *:4S Show Btarti 7:30 Tuesday and Wednesday "GALLANT LEGION" Hlth Bruce Cabot ind William Elliott Also Shorts BLYTHEVILLES ONLY A LA. WHITE THEATRE thaw SUrU Weekday 7:0* and S«nd«r. Conll thowlni from 1:UV p.m. Tuesday 100 MEN and a GIRL" with Dtannn DurbSn And Adolphc Men Jon Aho Shorl» W«dn«*<iRy * Thursday FEATURE) "BRUTE FORCE" with Burl Lancaster Yvonne l>eCarlo and Charles Btckforrt "SUMMER HOLIDAY" with Mickey Roonty and Gloria DtHaren Dial Ml Vox Office Opcni at 7:** Show SUils at 7:30 Serial: "O-Mtn Chapter R; Ner«r Fortet" Aho Short Tuesday Top Secret Until NOT! "THE PLOT TO KILL ROOSEVELT" Also Shorts Miercoles y Jueves "JALISCO NUNCA PIEROE"

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