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EIGHT McDermott Holds Chisox to Six Hits As Bosox Win 11-2 Hy Joe Kt-ichlcl AssiK'laled 1'ress Spurts Writer The bitfKf.st break the Huston Knl Sox gt\i Iliis .soitson was when .Maurice "rail nit- l.efly" JU-Dcnnolt swallowed his pride and consented to return to tiie minors it,,- more seasoning. Because of iiuii tlecision, tilt lied Sox today own the foritfhlest voting ]>ili'liiii«; star in ilio Amurioiii l.ea^tio. Last April, when .Manager Joe*-- , _. McCarthy farmed n.in out tu l.c.uis- Chicks, Bears Divide Pair; Pebs Lose 70-6 ville, Ihe ao-year-old Irl! banner was .so incen.seci that lot a while. he was ready to leluin to his liojm- it) Pougbkeeiisic. N.Y. "[ wa.s so mad then," tiie youngster was quoted as saying the other day, "that I was jeady to blow tiptop. I guess, for once, I had .some Rood sen.se. 1 thought it over ami came lo the conclusion that McCarthy \va.s riylit " Not long after M< Dei tnuii *ct an American As.-oi-iiitirm record by striking oul ^0 St Paul p!a\ers in a single K^me. Lchy was recali'-it by* the Red -Sox. That was on June 12. Sinre tiien he s m:uie si\ stilts and won four of them Hi> [wo ue- feats \veie by ]-[) ami n-4 scuie.s. Vililki-r Illle Yoini? .Nh'D'-rniun pile hi-d ,-.n. other beamy la>t niHin as the Hcd Sox chtjp|ied up the Chicago While Sox. 11-2 In soillii Ihe route for the fifth .>traifiht lime, riie lanky fireballer allowed s:x hits, walked six and >(ruck uul seven The Yankees and iiiiinei-il]) Cleveland Indians were idle. The St. Louis Cardinals increased their National Lea*ci:c lead to a game and a half over Brooklyn. The Redbirds walloping the Philadelphia Phils. !l-r>. after the Chicago Cubs had .-mut oul the Duikers 6-0, Johnny Schmitz. an old Unniklyn nemesis, blanked llie Dodgers with seven hits. It was the Brooks' font-ill .straight .setback. Satn Ciiaimian's suifje with Iwo out in the 10th inning scored Kd- riie Joast with the run thai gave the Philadelphia Athletics a 5--I victory over the St. Louis Browns. Moses Hils N'o. I.OOO Wally Moses, veteran Philadelphia Outfielder, singled in the fifth for the 2.000ih 1 .. of his major league career. He became tin- third active player lo Bccoinphsh the feal, and the Sfilh in baseball bistoiy. Luke Appling of the White Sox and Dixie Walker of Pittsburgh are 1 brother actives lo hit 2.000'. \ The Detroit. Tigers handed the' Washington Senators their nth successive defeat . as young Ted Gray spun a five-hit 6-2 victory for the Bengals. Dino Restelli backed Ernie Jiam's six-hit pitching with a two-, run homor to lend the Pittsburgh ' Pirates to a 4-1 triumph over tin- New York Giants. The Cincinnati Rpds knocked mil . Johnny Antonelli. Boston's S70.000 bonus pitcher, in the second inn- i ing. and went on to whip Ihe ! Braves, 6-3. : My Tlic Assuri;,|,',| Press Tiie Mobile Hears divided a twin bill with the Memphis chicks last, nlMht. but found il,,, si, ls ,|c victory; f-noiiKh lo put them in a fourth ! place tie with AllaniVs slipping ( I'lii- llfiii's i iipix-,; -he decision. ••> t" 4. in tin- soyci:-ii,niii!j opener. I) n ^ Uimr-ci to i he next -to-la.sl .i.'iiv^. .', to il in tin- nightcap ''Ilillll'- I'ii (-11111,111 n Sf (iu'.ui on four in is i flu- shuroia. (ARK.)- COURIER NEWS Cal .l.iim.Mjii of plays i lu- 711-pound ellllnite he (iiuulu Conn orcilli'.s. jica Johnson, fishuifi Afield ni.i^;i/ii]f, woild r.'.-ord The t-rn iciatn ir arur.c 'he ti,il .Soulti- av with il Chat- them. i brought the foiirlb. pound Wis., l 'inooi'a LiK.kout tu 3. TIM, of th, 111 thi'iv Ijjofeoiit i AtJaiii,-! Im.s lost j| time- in their last 14 limes out -|-hev '.von two and tied one ot ihe il Their mo-l recent losing .stn-ak s!. ( nds jit five Tin- \'I-A Oili-.u-;. pelicans bal- tcied tin Little liurk Trav.-lers 10 to 6 r>.s they drove (wo Trav liurlcis iroin the mound N'l-il Siutliu started fur tile Rocks but was chased, is Charlie Giddc-n.s rerilai'cd him in Ihe tliird. The Pels lumped on Gidden.s also, and Mack McKinney relieved him in the eisliili. McKinney stopped ihe Pels in -licit- tracks. The Nashville Veils. Southern luce-setters, and l h e runner-tii) Birmingham Barons look a night oft. They start a crucial series in X'u.siwille tonight. '1 I-tU dls- . 8-uum-c musk .lulv 24 in Lac .'• Ha.nvai-d. Wis. I'him.s a n e w J.ugesl muskic -Iv liiuyln weighed IMLj I; -.Vii.' taken in f'.ivil Lake. i^t rear liy Alois Hanser of d,i Klambii. Wis Johnson's isier was (;«'... inches long ; g ,,tli indie.s. . AP Wneplioun Middlecoff, Snead Locke May Meet For 'World Title 7 Ark-Mo,Chewies To Be in Playoff Kilowotters Defeat Owens 14-5; Morormen Nudge Holland 1-0 The Ark-Mo Kilowatlers and thr Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Boy? continued tlieir winning ways In C:ly Softball League play last nUht with the Kilnwalters taking a H-5 decision from the Owens Druggists and Ihe Cherries sleeking nut a 1-0 verdict over the Holland Lions. The wins assured both learns of berths in the league's |)ost-sea«on ShaiiKhnc.ssy playoff. The victory over Owens gave Ark-Mo a record ul nine wins r-<alii.st only one defeat. Sullivan-Nelson's triumph lelt the defending champs with an 3-4 record. Ark-Mo has four games remaining lo be played and Stlllivan- Nelsoo only Uvo. Ark-Mo's victory also extended the KllijwiUters' league lead lo a same and a half over second place Phillips but the Fordmen to close the gap to a half a game with a victory over the Kami-backs Thursday night. j Overcome 4-Kim l.eail In last night's first eame, Hie Kilowatlers overcame a four-run iO'.vens first inning lead when they exploded for seven lallics in the third inning alter picking up single runs in Ihe first and second frames. They added another tally in the fourth, three in the sixth and one in the seventh to complete their margin. Stewart Gtirlcy had a little trouble with bis control but be got good backing from his team mates and he set the Druggists down with only two hils. both in thr, first inning. Kelly went all the way for Owens and was lagged for a lotal of 11 hils. The Chevrolet Boys pushed across a run In Ihe top half of Hie first inning of the second game and made it stand up all the way as John Kasley of the Chcvys out- burled Gardner Non-id ot the Holland Lions for n 1-0 shutout win Outfielder Lynn Eaton scamper- Caraway Blasted By West Memphis In Legion Tourney B.v Bobby C. Watson ( IS|>cclal Courier News Writer) *o n S 1 !;^;^^^^];:,^^^^^^;^ Lc - w;;;r^^ I JUaiiatfer Luke Wilson of \Vesl Memphis made A pn.se move ,„ starlit Joe JJemphil] in favor of "hi! and liis strategy paid llie Senators; to seven scal- "*round jjanio. The West Memphians took advantage of three miseries to open the scoring i,, the tliird -iftci- the bases were closed because "' ,™™'-::,^ ul : i Carpenter slammed HOW THEY STAND A.MKKICAN N,-u- York Bun- Cleveland Hoston Philadelphia Detroit Chicago Washington St. Louis .54 oil .5(1 Pet .r>:t:t .BOO .543 ,5:18 SPOKANE. Wii.sh . .Inly 27. •/,•:-• Spokane's (ri-f-spendiilg Athletic Round Table says it (ins ]nu ur) a SliSOO purse in an effort to lure Hobby Locke. .Sammy Sncad and l.'arey Middlrcoff here for a 'world championship" Rolf match next tnonlh. The Hound Table said Ins, nil! ht ' errorami" scorin R "on mutations hnvc been sem ,„ all slnule three but that it has received no replies. Locke, the lirhish Open chnin- j plon. has been banned from nil louinaincius .sponsored in Hie Unit- led Suites by tiie Professional Golf; ers' Ass,,ci;iti<in for allegedly failing to kci-ii tournament criinmilt- mt'nts. Tile linimd Table said it got Ihe Idea f<ir ihe torn natnent horn a sujjgesnon in a column by Whitney Miirtin of the Associated Press. •il home with Lie game's lone tally after opening the affair with a third on an Infield C. Whittle's Although, out-hit 5-4. Sullivan- Nr-Ison's defense was better in ihe Arkansas Sportettes " •"•<"•-<= »»•-. uiniri III I[1C Kl^TtH POWheV O'amliLIO S chnche., a»d only one Holland base [K-rsonn-I chanse, w iri rlllDIO,. vni^Lmrl t^si^^ u n - n .... "">ii.c7.^. WJLH.JI I! 5:1 54 tiO N.AT I ON A I. College Football Czars to Discuss NCAA Code Next NEW CASTI.E. N. II. July 27. ,..p, — intei-follpeinte athletic head' Koceniiiiir spoils in more than ICO colleges were cxpecteri iodav to ban financial benefits to oiiiMiunlin.- athletes. The hielily controversial NCAA sanity code "as lisleri for tiie main topic of diM-ussioti on the third! day of the Nations! Assoriaiion of | f'olleoi^te Commissioners' Htii annual meeting here, The 10 rvMlfercncc alhlclic leaders yesterday ursed .stnticr en- f'.rr-em-nt of |hc rule prnhibiiimr ' defen.-ive holdine. i i.St. I.DIlis ! Brooklyn Uoston t'liiladclpiiia Ne-v York . Ptitsh'.-i'sh . C licinnaii Chicago . I.KACIIK W L . ft. 1 ) . 48 47 14 44 57 Pet hdl .489 .•111 .387 SOCTIir.RN LKACCK New Oi leans Allnnta Mobile Little Rock Mcmpiii.s Chat (HiiwjKa W . Ill' 56 .53 49 Pet .R-'O :<3 JUG 4I> .S35 ,51111 .5011 .-148 .-I1B Trophy Winning Becomes Habit for Geo. Bartholomew Oi'i, r B ,. Burtliolom,^,. cillclied his ; second srr->iaht Guards' skce ; ,,.„_ Phy. eiven by the BlyiheviHe Oi«, Club. Sunday when be ,;,n his nionthly sl-ins to 188 breaks out of n ixxvible 2Cn. Ust in..nti, Bartholomew won both the Guard skeet trophy a ,,d the H.jJi-omb trap trophy h, ,.)„), comireMtfon. He .needs to win the sk.'et trophy ,,tily one more tune to "U'ltin pr-rmnnent txi'.ses-sion of it I" trap .shooting lasl week Hurih-' ..Ic.nu.w carried away individual worms lion, us with « record m '>•! out. of 25 bleaks to run hi.s jnonthl" ri|' shooting .stnnK lo 141 ou, of runner reached Rox scores: ' Ark-Mo 11, Owens Havnes '^b Sanders 2b • Williams if Hcacon cf Voting lb ! Yoi'nsr lb Dver If Ha v 31) ... Clnrles- c ' Ward S.S, Kelly p Totals Ark-Mo Moore Rotish 21) '.. Morton cf Long ss Perry lb R.-vnis-avall <- r:iiit-on If Wilson rf Brav 3b '/.', Onrtcy p base. Owen. S AB ...... 2 ...... 2 ....... 3 ....... I ....... 1 24 AB LITTLE ROCK. July 27 t<u>> — It^cotilcl be that Arkansas is coin- There hasn't been r>ne of note •^nce Richard •Buba) Smart of Pine "Hiir .started his conquest of iliree state championship., ami a hosl ol oilier laurels at the age of 16 nine years a^o. Not that old heads dominate Ark- ansa-s links: it's ju.st that non-.shav- niit wimier.s of major titles arc rare. But now rome.s Billy Hu»h Brown. 17-vear-old Little Rockian a.s a conlet'der. Yonnp Brown has won three championships this year He took two of them -the state hish school and the Little Rock city junior -i owns—while competing against 'notmakers of l,is own age group But he stepped up far out of that group r.nd among the .state 1 ; best to win tlir Ouach'la Valley Tom-na- menl at Cr.mden Sunday ' It could be. Coach John Rarnhill is setting !!>dy to open football practice at ic University of Arkansas Sept. 1. now he's plannius some more probably I West Memphis will be Diinonnced in August. The major change- or. actually, experiment—announced by Baniic' 'o far ,.s (bat Ro.vs Piiichard will be Incd s.s a quaterback in the Rc- 7orbaek T formation. Tile onlv coninicnt we've heard , jeniini" nn this plan has come from fans i So'rreli'rf who feel Rr.s.s is too eood a paw i Fn" 0 r%h i-ecpii-i-r to ransirier pt.yin" him a! ' ' ' anv position other than halfback Tl'e qurinerback docs the cliutik- 'no in Mie T. But Barnie wants to strengthen j —not v.-eakcn — his offense, snd he'll us-, the New Jersey ^neert mer- i chant where he'll hfln most per- Tolals hi>j)s altcrnatins him between half-• Caraway b:i-k anil the T s ] ot ;, hp shows I Burroughs ss j any talent at the J,-iiter past. | CI'HIB cf-.Tb 2J I Gipson. 3l)-cf 0' And. speakini of forward pas.sin" i Sondcn. lb ll-Sn-itl- 1 I In-.ver, Bell. If B. Dennis. 21) In the fourlh. Pre.ston Carpenter opened the inning wjtl , a j o , , Advanced to third on a bad Throw to the infield, and scored when Caraway hm-ler. mily Ma.voy ,h ew wildly („ the plate on an attempted squeeze play. Once again b 'i x Louis had a hand n the svoriiiBr. when in the fifth |c sins led. stole i,o, h second and Umd base, and scoreri on an infield Caraway bunched Iwo hits and an fie mn ',"""'" ""•''• ll>n(1 '•»" 1" inc fifth frame. i .Ma\e y Goes l(, m le ' «• Memphis counted («-j t . e in e's f . wi.'h' an " """" icctl '"<•«>„est «,th a seven nm outburst in the top of the seventh. The usually ah-lisht infield of I IP Senators leaked like a rustv sieve la.st ni s h t as , :j m , st .,, es '^ eharsert lo the Craishcad countians Plus numerous mental mistakes Mnxey went theromr for the losers and while touched for eleven s a f e J tes. anoweri only five earned /runs while sirihniB out eleven Catcher Preston Carpenter allowed (he senators no freedom on the base paths as his s t,o,, E arm cut «|owt, fo,n- w-ou,d-be piltere,, in fu , Trumann will meet the Memphis nine tonight at rm "H" "' "f '° Fif ' ri in lhc s « : »"ri lotind of the totirnamcnt which •s imder the directorship of B ,,. nie - West C iJh Major League Leaders lhc Associated Ann-i'jcari L«aeu ^utn baited in—Stephens. Boston 102; Williams. Boston 100 Hils—Williams, Boston lie- Pes V. lioslon, 115. ' Dotib'es — Majeski, Philadelphia >: Kell. Detroit. 25. Triples—.Mitchell. Cleveland 13- valo. Philadelphia. 9. Home riiiLs—Williams and Ste- piicns, Boston 25. Stolen bases—Dillinser. St. Louis Valo, Philadelphia, 8 Pitehiii(>—Reynolds. New York 10-1. .fifB; Wynn. Cleveland. 8-2. .800 ' i Strikeouts—Trucks. Detroit, 106; | N'ewhouser, Detroit. 88. ! N'atinnal League : Ratting — Robinson. Brooklyn 385: .Marshall. New York and i Slauahter, St. I>otti.s. 3>7. Huns—Rce.se, Brooklyn, 76; Rob- n-sotl. BrookU'n. 7-1. ' , Runs batted in — Robinson,; Brooklyn. 75; Hodges. Brooklyn. 70. ! Hits—Robinson. Brooklyn.' 123; rhoin.son. New York, 123. Doubles — Thomson. New York •uu! Jones Pliiladelphiu. 24. Triples—Emits. Phihidelphia. 8; Robinson and rurillo, Brooklj-n, T, Home rims — Kiner. Pittsburgh, 27 ;Ooi'don, Ncw^york and Sauer, Chicago, 19. Stoloi bases—Robinson. Brooklyn. 24; Ree.se, Brooklyn, 17. Pitching—chambers, Pilkburgh, 6-1. .857; Sewell, Pitlsburgll, 5-1, 83^. StrikepuLs, SpaJin, Boston, 31 • Branca Brooklyn, 73. ttoville Hich Scliool yesterday. VanderyritL who was junior hi<jh oach durina Hie past school year, ucceeds Elvin Gciser. who re.si^ncd become bend grid mentor at North Little Rock High. A former all-around athletic star • the Van Huron High School. Vandergriir played football nt the University in 1945. •CM BLVTHEVIL-LES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE Slum Starts Weekdays J:WI p.m atm-(hi> HIM) Sunday: Cimlimjou s.linuin>; frum t :0il p.m. ANNOUNCEMENT We are happy to announce Burl Davidson has purchased the Imperial Butter Shop on South Second Street, four doors from Main. He will be glad to have his friends old ami new call on him for excellent barber service/ and guarantees first class service by experienced barbers. Little Jlmmic Hall is like a CliesteiHeld —he always satisfies. Come In, you are next. Open all week days 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m to 10 p.m. New prices: Hair Cut 60c; Shave -SOc; Tonics 25c. Imperial Barber S If 0 I' BURI, DAVIDSON. Owner DRIVE-IN THEATER McKay C,n-veballcr Brown will likely work on the mound for the rnunann entr.v. while Louis Carpenter will go to the hill for West Memphis. AB R H Wednesday & Thursday IIIOUKLE FKATUIti;) "BRUTE FORCE" ^villi Hurt Lancaster Yvntme DcCarlo and Charles Kickfiinl '- .Miles \urlh ul HIMIn-villr > ; B(JX OlTice Opens at ti:45 | Slum Starts 7::!(J i I-'isI Time Tonijjht I "GALLANT LEGION" "itli Bruce, Cabot ami William Kllioll I Also ShDrts 1 t,. carpcnter [ Sheeks. lb Pb.vd. It P. Carp-ntcj-. Stoddard, i^t , Hemphill. p 14 It •in Methodist University fof- | Goodman. hav a voiced a problem, since ; Miles. If •2 Oil Johnson, the rifle-armed tiv.-sor 1 j -.vl'o wrecked Ark-msas—and others Oi-la.st sear, has turned pro. All_! America D.iak Walker may have to 36 AB .. 4 . 3 . 3 . 1 . 2 . n H- Ou:i Twlav'j Gnines Rr Pililrtdclpliia irstfM'rlav'c Results NA I KIN VI I.KAGliK f'hicaao K Brcmklyu 0. Pllt.sbitish I Ncv Vmk I. .St. Louis <l rhtladelpliia 5. Cincmnat. f> Boston 3. AMUItlCAX I.KACIIK j Huston H Cliicano 2. Detroit 6 Washington 2. PhiladclphiH S St. Louis 4 no innings • : l^nJy >_-n:ttn .s( iK-dnlcd. sor'i'iirisx Assot'i.v i'io.\ 5-1) M. inplii.s ,|-;] a 4 Atlnnla :< :•••- Id l.irtic Ruck <; - M hcdiiled. P Brogdun of the Hhtlicville Club said ye.stcrda.y that bc- Einmng , u .v: Hunrtay the clul, would 51XIIKU1- mcrchaiitli.-sc shoots with articles ol mercliandi.se to be awarded to both the hisli and low .shooter.-There will he a .51 entry fee in the merchandise shooting with two prim 'o !>-• s\vnrded if tl, 0 | P •„-,, as many ;•• 10 entries and three nnzes will I),- awarded if IS persons -il'er. Mr. Bioi'don also said that nexl Sunday Fioby Knight of Dyeisbui s . I'enn.. Die II-year-old forrnet suli- .liinior champion of Tenne-see '.voiild shoot at I lie club along with I'orn M :( ys of nvei.sl)llrv\ win 'Ai-,-k won the Ternics-sec rniitle slat;., cijauipion.slnp. Slltliy:iM-N>( snl , ^liton cf Lutes ss Whittle rf '.'.'. B'-nrh lb Hicks C ' Burnham .11) Day If Bevitl '.!h Raslcy p Terry If f'nleman 2b Hestei 3b Haucum lb Ciirtner .ss Walker 3h Williams cf lleid c K T orrid p rf IliiUnnd AR K 4 1 -i 0 3 0 . ...3 0 ... 1 0 .1 0 .i n .. n n 30 SMU's be.s; pawi do the But Wilkpr reviver too. W" sn^r-sted to a Dallas sports writet tint there was i:r> [iroblcm in •hat—Walker is good enough to throw a pa.--.s and then catch it tlim.self JJnuciniibed by our kidding remark, the Texan remarked: Sine ,!'e'= good ennui 'Cos, In Mi-tiy Bell wants ... ..... 10 otner oo.v.s on the field lo keep Doak from getting lonesome." Bj-cwer. rf vMaxey. p "SUMMER HOLIDAY" Thursday K Friday "RACE STREET" witli Ccor^e Itnft and William Bcilitix Also Sbcirts with Mickey a nil (ilnriti Serial: "tl-Mcn Xeve Chuptcr 8; Also i But j Vandergriff Named Head Coach at Faycttevitle FAYETTEVILLE. Ark.. July 27 '••V'—Harry Vanderkrifl. former Jnivcrsny of Arkansas back, was levated to the posiiioti of head ootball and track coach at Fay- RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday "THE LUCKY STIFF" wilb Dorothy I.amimr and Kriaii Donlcyy News and Short Dutch Housewife Fails To Swim English Channel DOVER. England. July 27 l,T'i_ The choppy walers of the Rnclish Chanuel have scored another victory. A 3:-year-old Dutch housewife Mrs Willy Croes Van Rijsel who aucmpted to swim the Cliiinnel .vesteid.n. had lo B ive up jusi n "Hie and n half from her eoal Ihr sturdy ITS-pounrt wife of an Amsterdam commercial traveler battlon the run,-ins for II 1-2 hours "' "778. a him,, iron chain 1.500 lhc Hudson m,e, ,11 west p 0 i.-> to ' N'e-.uoundland imports iihnn.-t Hie consumer sioud.x cntisiimeil ner people. Calvary Baptists Win Gome from Methodists > baselxiller.. cie- l-':i-.'i M -rliin'isi tcmi ] 1 - ,N-;iir L!:unc ve.<ierd:iy Walk.-: i'n:k L.u|,.-!i'V ,ind ,Sru:;u' F-li I ll! ,-'fi i ont British suub.',ats from' Hi- S 1'ilcliiiiir t,, „.;„ and ringing tin: pin! THIS is rim or Aflrr llie m.ilcli. loasl winner« \> key-Hill , n ,j Hill! anil mi.; l)ii mellow. Krntnrky f.ivorik- i • «-• r.,,,;,, \ IIDHII1NS. Inc . Lxclusivc Dislriluilnr.s, Little Mercury Owners Check These Specials! Seat Covers If you have a MS) .Mercury, here's a bciiuliful cliancc In snvc, AI thus special price yim ran clioo.se citlter plastic nr fibre Aral cnver.s available for bnth coupes and sedans. 19' 5 Installed HOT WATER HEATERS for Ifi-IS .Mci'cnrys OO Inslalled TURN SIGNALS for Ki-IS iMcrcurys 50 IllSlltllctl Be Sure to Come In Soon STILL & YOUNG Motor Co. Walnuf & First Phone 4333 Dial f'CI Bi)\ Office Opens al 7:00 Show Starts at 7:31) Jtievcs "JALISCO NUNCA PIERDE" NEW Bov Opens Week Uajs J:ou p.m. Alatinee Salnrdaj A Sunday -int.-Sun 1 p.m UonL Sbowin Manila, Ark. Sl.nns UVKKV M(jHT \\'L'tlncsday, Thursday "DAUGHTER OF THE WEST" willi >lar(lia Virkers and Philip Reid Also Shorts Bnv OfTiee Oprns at 7 Week .\ii,-ht» Show Slarls al Tt.tfl .Mntincc Saturday A- Similar at 2 p.m. with continuous .showing. \\cdncsdav S Thursday "PITFALL" Kirk rnwell J.iy.ibcth Scnlt -lane Wyalt ^Iso SJinr(s

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