Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 8, 1968 · Page 25
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Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, March 8, 1968
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FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N SHOW SCHEDULE APACHE DRIVE-IN "Sin In th» City" - 7:07; "Tales of w d e . : . . ^ ,,.,,. NlBht In Jericho" -- 9:Ji. ' ,,,-,. ... CATAUNA "The Stranger" -- 7:is, 9;I5 .,,·,, ,, FOX-BUENA VISTA "The Graduate" -- 4:30, 8:30, 10-30 FOX-TUCSON ,,. . ,. MIDWAY DRIVE-IN "Sol Madrid" -- 7:07, 10:57; "The Big- test Bundle of Them All" -- 9:02. . MIRACLE DRIVE-IN 'Jungle Book" -- 7, 9t40; "Charlie, Ihe Lonesome Couaar" -- 8:25. ^" a " 10 ' " 1B "Juan Plstolas" ~ 6, 9-Ms "El HUo * Huracan Ramirez" -- 7:«. PRINCE DRIVE-IN "Nsnu the Killer VWiale" -- t:37i nxi "The Greatest Story Ever Told" -' ' , RODEO DRIVE IN L *i£^U D Ye 4'..-vT : P 7) "Bonnie and . t f f "The Girl and the Gener- .,-rv.^ * ST - ^RIVE-IN "Tri» Anniversary" -- 7, 10:30; "A Guide for the Marrlsd Man" -- 8:50. GHOST RANCH LOUNGE presents The Singin'est Place in Town... SING ALONG with CHUCK FRANKLIN At the O R G A N your host TONY HARR ANT 801 W. Miracle Mite Phone 624-8261 MIMMHIM, f l l i u u l H I B N l l f l l l . ON H O D I H tOU8l»,. tRlIDNk S GLOES! AND 434 N 4th AVt MA 2-96S7 NOSALES BUS SERVICE leave TUCSON for NOGALES 7:W, »:I5, 11:15 A.M. 12:15, 1:15, 3:30,5:00, :«, 1:15, 19:39 P.M. leave NOGALES for TUCSON 7:00, :15, 10:00, 11:15 A.M. A t:15, 3:00, 4:00, «:», f.lS, U:I5 P.M. flriyhound Termlnil limn WHAT'S THE WEATHER REPORT? check it daily in the TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN OPEN 5:4»-PREMIERING TODAY-JAVIER SOUS IN HIS LAST FILM HUO DE HURACAN RAMIREZ--DAVID SILVA 405 N. FREMONT 624-4981 THE FILM THAT HAS EVERYTHING TITLE... "CENSORED 77 CALL THEATRE FOR TITLE SHOWS AT 6:30-8:00-1 0:30 taw air 'flieairos .Irizonit air Thrate Arizona ak Ttari's M/.UIKI abr EL DORADO 9 TOMGHTSiOOPJU. RESERVED SEATS 296.6241 WINNER 5 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS!! WINNER 3 GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS!! The Most Beautiful Musical love Story Ever! DI\ttVr 7EC HN1COIOR MATS. WED, SAT. SUN. 2 P.M. EVES. 8 P.M TODAY79P.M. Albert Camus chilling stoiy of a man who was damned if he would and .damned if he wouldn't,,,, MARCELLO MASTR01ANNI TH6 TONIGHT! OPEN 6:30 CHILDREN 12 UNDER 50= A SWINGING SAFARI OF LAUGHS/ Walt Disneypresents ifflingteBoolg . . . . ^^^ · v - p r « l _ f l l i r « « ^ l f\r*3i ^^^^H TECHNICOLOR® WALT DISNEY'S Chortle, the Zoneeome Cougar ? x » TECHNICOLOR* THE ADVENTURES OF A TECK-ACE MOUNTAIN LION! 1ST. TUCSON SHOWING -COLOR CO-FEATURE. RAQUEL WELCH ROBERT WAGNER The biggest bundle ofthemall" panavlslon* metrocolor Afiwii ike Theatres Arizopi ato Thpalrrs \mm abr TSealres .\ri7ona abr Thralrcs .\rizona CITIZEN CLASSIC BOWLING Tucson's finest keglers Follow them in the CITIZEN HE'S A CHEAT, A CON MAN, A BLACKMAILER, A SWINDLER, A SEDUCER... AND THE BEST COP IN THE NARCOTICS SQUAD. IN ASSOCIATION WITH MM PICTURES,!. mm W omr»prr Pf0 * icel " y iilKm * ur mi runi IMM rjipiTi r?r nniiir n iMiTTfi ERI WIIOER · 111 BMtl I · BKIAH RnUIIC PANAV)SION»and MBBOCOLOR jrf=?VMnM iswm 22nd SI. AT AWtHHOH 325-2223 EXCLUSIVE FIRST TUCSON SHOWING --Color Co-Feature-DEBIT GEORGE mnRTin PEPPBRD TECHNICOLORt THRILL.. on a trail o EXCITEMENT into unknown Northern British Columbia ...to the Lair of Nature's most Dangerous Animal., TECHNICOLOR*,,,!,,,,^, UNITED ARTISTS -- COLOR CO-FEATURE -- UNITED ARTISTS BENSON HIGHWAY 2M-9IOI 4 ADULT FEATURES $1.50 CARLOAD ENTICED! ENTHRALLED! ENMESHED! AWIU stray ·: ASPECT I J FILmED in THE BFTER-GLOUJ...UIHEnTHE BBICHT-llRHTS GO OUT.. ' -- PLUS -T -- ALSO -ALES OF PARIS CARNIVAL STORY ar frlr b » TECHNICOtOR ,«*», They're young.,. they're in love and they kill people. -- PLUS -i FA.yuC'JM TOTUBES fw:t MfflE-TORHOWMD 4TH FEATURE-"THERtHG' -- PLUS -- ROPSTEICER.VIRNALISI The Giri and the General" IN. METROCOLOR THE ALL-NEW AND MOST EXCITING TRUE-LIFE I ADVENTURE: GORDON EASTMAN MMT...bard Sin* Shtp mlnrilfcijntihGoitifillie Caiiintnl-i lut pal WHama? .Kid u[«n throu^i the tyt ttt Gorton bstmin Arvrxa'l lop cuMocx ^Ktojri^Kil nux...Cmlm ml Hoax to *t itrmcfae linttirfKre btBftjr nda r* tt tup! mini. gin bail om fo*rw[ rmn itounbw n fMbn{ liuhud nvJKcrtriwi Pfe'. SHOWN AT 8:30 P.M. ONLY! LAST NIGHT 3 FEATURES- $1.50 CARLOAD ALL IN COLOR NOMINATED FOR 10 ACADEMY AWARDS- B pgvi UENa-visia 251 SO.WILMOTRD/298-1886 WINNER 7 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS! JOSEPH E.LEVINE,..«-.:* MIKE NICHOLS-LAWRENCE TURMAN ,,,«,.,,, --SCHEDULE- FRIDAY 6:30-8:30-10:30 P.M. SATURDAY 1:00-3:00-5:00-7:00-9:0011:00 P.M. SUNDAY 1:00-3:00-5:00-7:00.9:00 P.M. BEST PICTURE BEST ACTOR BEST ACTRESS BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS BEST DIRECTOR BEST SCREENPLAY BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY IV] This is Benjamin, He's a little worried about his future. THE GRADUATE BANCROFT,, DUSTIN HOFFMAN · KATHARINE ROSS CALDER WILLINGHAM.« BUCK HENRY PAUL SIMON SIMON,, GARFUNKEL [WRENCH TURMAN MIKE NICHOLS TECHNICOLOR" PANAVISION- ADULT ENTERTAINMENT FOXtTeaTre 17 WEST CONGRESS · 623-9491 Continuous From 1 P.M. Free Parking After 5 HELD OVER 4TH RECORD BREAKING WEEK WINNER OF 1 A ACADEMY 1 If AWARD NOMINATIONS! COLUMBIA PICTURES presents a Stanley Kramer production Spencer, Sidney , Katharine TRACY ' POITIER ' HEPBURN guess who's coming to dinner and introducing Katharine Houghton Music by DeVOL · Written by WILLIAM ROSE · Produced and directed by STANLEY KRAMER |· Hear the film's hit recording The Clcry of love'and Ihe Colgems soundtrack IP! j TECHNfCOLOR' l(^| ^^ SHEFSZSS? OPEN 6:30 P JL BtTH DAViS i THE ANNiVERSHKf ...and remember, · Mum's the word y for depravity! ing SHEILA HANCOCK - JACK HEOLEY · CHRISTIAN ROBERTS · JAMES COSSINS · ELAINE TAYLOR^ Wuccd I/ JIMMY SANGSTER · Directed hy ROY BAKER · Screenplay by JIMMY SANGSTER · Color by OeLiue · A Seven Arts-Hamrner Production --ALSO-THE DO'S AND WOTS FOR THE MARRED MAN WHO' By America's Most Famous swiftgers Cuii Snrs lOClllt Bttl J*CX Km · POU1 MRGEN ROKRT ma MO«St STEVENS ..^. ^/.j^^ · xii BISHOP. · SID C«SAR ^' r ''j · ^miP PAGE 25 For swingers who like to horse around ·but haven't done it lately... It won't be too many more weeks before you find that you've missed a great opportunity. Spend an afternoon in Ihe sun this weekend end find out how much fun an afternoon of horsing cround of the Tucson Turf Club is. Come early - enjoy a sev- en'n seven in the sun or a clubhouse in Ihe clubhouse! HAY, LOOK! Mid-week racing fun for everyone RACING NEXT WEDNESDAY GREEN VALLEY DAY! Plan now to come out and see the horses run! Third in A Series If x°u'v« never been to the races before or rarely visited a roce track, you'll enjoy horse racing more by getting acquainted with the information to be presented in 'this column each weekend. ..... HOW TO READ THE TOTE (ODDS) BOARD P A R l - M U T U E L W A GERING means that the betting is done only among those attending the races. The Turf Club merely acts os a stake holder, deducting from the total betting pools the percentage roq'uired by law to provide purses, pay itbte faxes and Jo operate the track. The amounts paid lo winners of the various betting pools . . . Win Pool . . . Place Pool . . . Show- Pool ... Daily Double Pool ... and Ouinella Pool is automatically calculated and the result is the pay-off prices posted on thft tote board. Before the race each horse is listed by his program number and the odds posted next 1o his n u m b e r . These odds change frequently during the bettfng time before the race, b a s e d on the amounts of money wagered on each horse. If many bets are made on one horse, his odds go down, if There are few bets on a particular horse, his odds go up . Most bets on o horse make him the "favorite" -- f e w e s t bets make a horse a long-shot. The figures on the board are the amounts . that would be paid off fo; each dollar wagered on the horse. If a horse wins at 4-to-l odds, the pay-off on each S2 ticket you hold would be approximately S10 -- that's your original S2 back plus four times that much for making a wise selection. After the race is declared official, the tote board will show which horse won, placed and showed - and the exact payoffs for each 52 ticket. It also shows the Daily Double and Quinella pay-offs. Hex Wen Day Sunday ·See Rein Person! Post Time 1:1 5/Sit.l Sun. Rain or Shine CENSRAL ADMISSION SPECIAL IUS SERVICE 11:00 t IMORM.-- SttntiCn- ]f iss to OrKhmtn . . . 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