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Blytheville, Arkansas
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1949 BLYTHEVII.T.E (ARK.> COURIER NEWS A/% ^i| • | B^ ' _ " ~~ •• ^ PAGE FTVE 30 Chicks Draw Equipment; Rules Clinic at City Hall Monday Night "~ '' " "' • ^ * B^ Rain Washes Out First Day Drills 15 Let-tcrmen Among Candidates Reporting; Paps Draw Equipment forty-five riiudidiites for the 1949 Ulytheville Hleh School Ch-ckasaw and Junior fji s |, School Papons? elevens reported lo Cone-he,- Russell Mosley. Johnny Staples and Ear) hlablcr this morning as the Chicks and Paps brsan "reparations for 111" roniliKr football wars. Thirty Chick hopefuls answered Mp-i'ch Mosley's initial call for mat- fria) and at least five more are exp-.ctwl to report the first of next wc-k. At 10 o'clock this mornliiR only ID Papoose candidates had been Issued equipment but more were expected to report this afternoon. The Juniors were issued equipment only ami told to report to the new practice field Monday afternoon to begin serious work. The Chicks were scheduled to be- gm practice today but rains this morning washed out their plans and all drills were called ofj until Monday. After receiving equipment the Chick candidates went into session with Coaches Moslfy and Staples for pro-training briefing. To Dril 1 Twice Dally The Chicks will hold two practice sessions daily, at 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. from now until the opening of school Sept. 5, Coach Mosley said. The first few days of practice will be limited to light drills with hard work expected to start the second week. Coach Stabler said that he would work his paps onl yonce a day. at 3:30 each afternoon. Among the candidates reporting to the chick mentors on opening day were 15 lettermen from last year's state championship team with four others expected next week. Coach Mosley will construct his 1949 team around these seasoned veterans with several non-Iettcr- •Jen from last year and junior high graduates, to fill in the gaps. Chick i letter winners on hand this morning Included Robert Reid «oleman Borowsky, j. c. Droke' Freddie Smith, Buddy Donner Jim Garner, Charles Lutes, Bill Boytt, Carl Bean. IJennie Gentry, and Louis Anderson. The (our lettermen «-ho have not as j-et reported are Max Gurley, Marvin Hall, Thomas Prince and Jerry Phillips. While the Cnlckasow chleflans should fare pretty well as far as material is concerned, Coach Stabler will have somewhat of a headache in whetting a team out of his inexperienced squad. 3 Tap LcUcrmen Out Only three lettermen for Uie last year Pap's team are back this year. The rest are first year boys or players who saw only limited service last fall. Coach Stabler will have lo mold his team around one returning back, Donald Gentry, and two line lettermen. tackle Momroe Holland and guard Johnny O'Brien. From there on the pickings are going to be tough. However, there a couple of bright spots among the rough-cut young- fters who are anxious for a try C*the starting eleven. Tommy Mos- rey, the last of the four Mosley brothers, who saw considerable action as a halfback last year but n'ld not letter, is back in the junior fold again this year and should be the answer to one of Coach Stabler's backfield problems. Another Is Bcnme Hays a halfback who turned In several good performances last fall. HOW THEY I STAND A.MKK1CAN LEAGUE W L New York .72 11 Boston eg 4(j Cleveland 08 47 . Dfiroil ;4 54 , Pliilcciiilphlu 62 53 I Chicago 49 6£ \V"shitr'[fj'> ^R *7i )" ..]lml n luv JB (^ St. Louis 33 79 Veteran with Artificial Esophagus Still Fights Cheerful Battle for Life FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Aug 20 <AP)— War Veteran Howard Fiost LMt here last night by air for Cleveland, still cheerfully battling for his life more than four years after the war's end. • WVost, 38 and the father of four en.idren, has an artiflcal csophamis. to replace his own. which he says ws.s burnec' out when German sympathizer.' gave him poisoned food In France shortly before the Euroepan war ended Now a University of Arkansas studc it. Frost went back to Cleveland last r.ight in a military transport pHne alter the artificial tube apparently had developed a leak. At Cl"ve'nnd he was to be treated by the man who operated op him several times, Dr Earle B. Kay. former Army medical officer and now civilian consultant at Crile Hospital. Cleveland. HP returned to Payetteville from Clr-veland only last week after the lai_est of Uie operations rtost formerly lived Hi Malvcrn. St. Louis . Brooklyn , Ne-i' York . Botlon Philadelphia Pittsburgh . Cincl'nmi . Chicago . NATIONAL LEAGUE W L 69 43 69 43 57 55 57 56 58 53 •16 44 1'ct .637 .6^0 .531 .612 .533 .425 .339 .325 Pet .618 .616 .503 .614 .5 £4 .473 .404 .379 SOUTHERN LEAGUE W L Pet. Nashville 78 51 ,605 Birminqhr.m 15 52 .591 Mubilr- GS 60 .531 New Orleans . 66 59 .528 Atlanta 16 66 .480 Little Rock 55 71 437 Memphis 55 73 430 Chattanooga 52 TS .397 Yesterday's Results AMERICAN- St. Luuls 4-2 Letroit 3-4 second game called after 6 innings rain) Boston 6 Washington 0 New York 7 Philadelphia 4 Cleveland 2 Chicago 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh 8 St. Louis 2 Philadelphia 7 New York 1 Brooklyn 6 Boston 4 (12 innings) Chicago 7 Cincinnati 4 SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis 11 Chattanooga 5 New Orleans 6 Atlanta 3 Mobile 4-1 Birmingham 3-4 Nashville 7 Little Rock 5 Today's Games AMKU1CAN LEAfJl'E Philadelphia at New York Boston at Washington (also re- sumptiori of July 7 game which was halted after 6 innings.) Detroit at St. IxmLs (Only games scheduled) NATIONAI I,E#WUE St. Louis at Pittsburgh Chicago at Cincinnati New York at Philadelphia Brooklyn at Boston (night) SOUTHERN LEAGUE Night games: Memphis at Nashville Chattanooga at Little Reck. Birmingham at Mobile. Atlanta at New Orleans. Meroney Books Six-Man Battle In Legion Arena The booking of Farmer Jones, wrestling agriculturist from Mt. Ida, Ark., for the main event of (he American Legion's wrestling bouts here Monday night, has been cancelled, Mike Meroney, promoter for Ihe Legion program, said yesterday. Jones' appearance here was null- iTiccl earlier this week due to a conflict in booking, Meroney said. The fighting farmer and his pet pig were billed for both Blytheville and Memphis through ar error In his booking ofrlce, and he will appear in Memphis Monday night. As A substitute for the Jones showing Promoter Meroney will stage a six-way tag affair in the main event. In this Eddie Malone. Stocky Kneilsen and Gorilla Macias will team against Walter Sir- ols and two of the Welch brothers, Roy and Jack. The six way affair will constitute the entire program Monday night, Meroney said. No preliminary matches have been booked due to the expected length of the main event jout The wrestlers picked to appear on Monday night's card are six of the toughest in the are.-.. All are veteran heavyweights and are expected to form two good teams. In announcing the cancellation of Jones' bookhi!!. Promoter Meroney staled dial he hoped to arrange another booking of the bearded grappler here in the near future. Coach Ear! Stabler New Pap Mentor Arrives in Cily Floridan, Hendrix College Graduate to Coach Junior Team Karl Stabler, newly-appoinled athletic coaeh for Blyihcvlllc Jlm- loi Hi"h School, assumed his new nudes this morning with the open- i"« of prc-senson football training Coach Stabler, who hails from Florida, graduated from Hendrix Co'tepe at Conway last spring and "us summer took post graduate work at the University ol Misslfflp- pl- This \\\\[ be his first coaching job. Coacl: Stabler staled that his Pups wiulri employ the Notre Dame box offensive formation again this yer.r ar.d that he planned no chKiige.s in the Junior team's football program. A siv-jame schedule, including rour co-tcst.s at home and two on the. road, has been lined tip for the Paps this year. Coach Stabler said. At present the Paps ;,re scheduled to ope- the season at Jonesboro Sent. 29 hut the junior chieftain said thp.t he hoped to book an earlier game for either Sept. 15 or Sept. The P?.p?' 194B schedule Includes games wit!' Conway juniors. Snowdon will play here Oct. 6 and the Pans gn to Conwny Nov. 10. The schedule follows: Date Team Where Sept. 20 Jonesboro there O:t. 6 Snowden here (Memphis) Oct. 13 Paragould here Oct 20 Marked Tree here Oct. 27 Jackson, here Tenn., Ncv 3 Open Nov. 10 Comvny there Barons, Bears Divide Twin Bill; Vols Gain Ground By The Associated Prfw The Birmingham Barons defeated Mobile. 4-1. in the second tilt of a doubleheader last night, snapping the Bears' victory string at Tour games in a row. The Baroni lost the first game, 4-3. The split dropped them twp full gnmes behind the Nashville Vols In the Southern Association pennant race. The Vols whipped the second division Little Rock Travelers, 7 to 5; fourth-place New Orleans dusted off the Atlanta Crackers. 6 to 3, and Memnhls walloped the bottom-place Chattanooga Lookouts, II tr 5. Big Babe Barna socket! his 42nd home run of the year at Little nock. It cam- In the ninth Inning and counted for two runs and the Nashville victory. Frank Marino n'Jis the winner, scattering 14 hits ;>ver the distance. Hal Simpson iiomerert for the Travelers In the last of the ninth but It wasn't enough. Read Courier News Want Ads • Full Dress Suits Mornlnx Snils TUXEDOS for H'cddlncs A Formal Orr.islonj *> Rrnlal '•(•mpnu I'nstiimi i Kfiriitl.-i Co ?3> *t> .Main .Mcranhls, Tcnn IF YOU LIKE THE BEST NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS PIANO TUNING \Vilh Ihe world famous "Slroboconn". The only 100% perfect tuning Nof availahle elsewhere in this area. RADIO REPAIR All \vork done by a government licensed operator and every joli guaranteed. Why take less than the besl? PIANOS lor SALE NEW AND USKT) Sheet Music. Records, Supplies Everything in Music BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 E. Main Tel. 811 Kinder Stops Nats 6-0; Sues Trim Cards 8-2 B> Joe Relchler Associated I'icss Sports VVrllcr Ellis Kinder dropped by the Ncw York Yankee organization clRlu years ago. is finally paying off on the 565,000 investment marie on him by the Boston Red Sox In 1847. Back ,„ ,941. Kinder was topped by tho Blnghumton club, a V.nkce aim, bemuse the h.she.-mw thought he had "no luture." Yet MX years later .ricr he had reached the majors via the H , i.ou.s i^vns, Red Sox thought enough of hi,,, to shell out JG5.000 ,or his contract. H looked like the dough had* breri poured down the drainpipe when kinder, with oiie" Indifferent <M ' 12 - |n »i"B t! performance after another, won Boslfm !s ' lf , won only 10 games for the Sox last year. At 35. the Arkansas hander was not expected much better this year. During the first half of 'ig'it- do the in current campaign Kinder was entrusted with a few starting assignments, and showed only a mediocre •1-4 record by June 12. Then, without warning, he got hotter than the mid-summer weather. He reeled off 11 straight victories In games In which he was a starter. His only defeat during the last two months came relief role. Victory Is No. 15 Kinder reached his peak last night when he shut out the Washington Senators. G-0. on three singles, it was his fifth straight triumph and his 15th of the year against five defeats. Not even IB- game winning Mel Parncll the league's biggest winner and Kinder's teammate, has pitched better during the last eight weeks. The Red Sox collected only six nits themselves; but bencfiued by IJIck Weik's wlldness to tally six runs In three innings (o win 'their eighth straight from the Senato s The victory enabled the Eosox to remain four games behind the pace-setting Yankees, who came from behind to defeat the Philadelphia Athletics, 7-4. it also kept them in second place, a game In front of the Cleveland Indians who shut out the Chicago White Sox 2-0. The hapless Senators now have lost nine straight and 32 out of their last 30 games. The National League pennant race is air knotted up again following Brooklyn's victory and St. Louis' defeat last night. Brooklyn won a from the Holcomb Cards ' Best Wichita in Tournament Game WICHITA, Kans., Aug. 20. (/Pi— Tile Holcomb, Mo., Cardinals, Missouri semi-pro champions, won their first game in the National Baseball Congress 1 championship tournament here last night by dumping the Cessna Bobcats of Wichita 8-3. In another first-round gnme last night, the Alpine, Aex.. Cowboys trounced the Camrten Kraftsmea, Arkansas state champions, 15-1. First-round pamM continued today with second-round jilay to start tomorrow. Fall Game Regulations To Be Adopted Monday LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 20 M'l — Regulations for Ihe fall hunting season will be adopted by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commmls- slon at a meeting Monday. The commission also will receive bids for construction of a dam lor the proposed Hindsville Lake in Madison County. Pete Fleming Named Pro at Hot Surings HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Aug. 20 (If, —Pete Fleming. Hot Springs amateur star for years, hns been named golf rofessional at the Belvedere Country Club here. In the past year. Fleming has served as assistant pro at the Bayside. N.Y., Golf Club and the Indian Hills Country Club at Miami Beach, Fla. bowed to the Pirates In Pittsburgh, I'lills Move Up Ihe fifth place Philadelphia IJnlhes moved to within half ft game of third when they bent Ihc New York Giants. 7-1. They trail he fourth place Braves by a traction of a pcn-entnge point, chlc- «BOs Cubs whipped Ihc Cincinnati Reds, 7-4, in U ie battle for the cellar. Detroit divided a doubleheader with Ihe St. Louis Browns winning the second game, 4-2 af- ler the Browns hud won the opener. 4-3. Rain halted the second game after six innings . Tommy Henrlch was the big gun in the Yankees' victory over Ihe Mackinr-n. Alter roll| . Philadelphia errors had enabled the Yankees lo pull even at 4-4. Henrlch singled n two tallies in the sixth to break the tie. then hammered his 22nd lionic run in the eighth to give relief pitcher Dunne Phillette the victory. Mike Garcia, with help from Alon Benton. pitched the Indians to their shutout win over the White Sox. A home run by Bob Kennedy followed by Garcln's double and Dale Mitchell's single, accounted ro r the two runs off Randy Gum- Brooklyn blew a 4-0 lead in the ninth, but came back to tally twice In the top or the 12th to bent the Braves. Duke Snldcr's double off Red Barrett sent in the tie- breaking runs. Pittsburgh's Ralph Kiner batted in five runs with a single and his 33rd homer to wreck tho Cardinals Cliff Chambers scattered seven hits for his ninth victory against three defeats. Parker, Gonzafes Carry U.S. Hopes In Net Tourney BROOKLINE, Mass.. Aug. 20 (AP)—Wimbledon Winners "Pan- cli'i" Gonzales and the veteran Prankie P?.rker were Ihis nation's lasl hones in today's national doubles tennis semi-finals at Longwood. They face Australia's top aces, lefthanded Jack Bromwlch and Billy Sidwell. Tlie rest of tho Aussie.-,' Davis Cup plr.ytrs, Prank ScdRman and George Worlhlngton. will malch strokes with Italy's Gianni Cucelll anr: Murcello Del Hello. Conz.ilrs and Parker cave Impressive performances yesterday while gaining p 5-7. 6-3, 6-1. 8-6 win over the Newport Casino conquerors. Jim Brink of Seattle, and Buddy Belircns o'. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Bromwlrh and Sidwcll misted Eric and Eustace Fannin Of South Africa. 8-2, 8-4. 2-6, 8-6, in th'ir quarter-finals test. Louise Bvoiigh and Mrs. Margaret Oiborm- DuPont. defenders in the women's division, became finalists for the eighth straight year yesterday by overwhelming unseeded Dorothy Head of Alamcda. Calif and Bi-tty Rfisennuc-st of south Orange, N.J.. 6-i. 6-1. BROGUE AND ALL —Tom Matuman mod_els a rogue shirt in an appropriate plaid, tops it off with a lorn, illustrating in New York what the wcll- urcssed golfer might he wearing. Mahlman is a National Youth Panel member from the University of Virginia. Rain Delays Playoff in City League Play in the City Softball Le'ngoc'K championship playoff was again halted by wet grounds last night and the Blytheville Motormen- Sulllvan-Nclson tilt has been rescheduled for Monday night. The game Is lo decide which team Is to meet the Ark-Mo Kilo- watters for the league title next v.eck. The rained out game will Ire played at 8 o'clock Monday night. Finals, of the playoff arc slated to begin Tuesday night with the teams playing again Thursday and possibly F ' iy nights. The championship battle will be a two-otit-of-thrce gnmes affair. Middlecoff Returns Home To Meet Sammy Snead MEMPHIS, Aug. 20. (AI'l-Ev- erythinj; In Memphis was "on the town" today for Cnry Mictdlccoff The golfing dentist came homo to fire the last two matches of an "unofficial world's championship" series with Sammy Snead and to be honored nt a delayed celebration of his National Open championship win last June. Snead trimmed uvo strokes off the Doc's lead In Knojrville yesterday in the third of the five-match -series. Carj was a scant four tups ahead of his opponen: when tncy arrived here. Sports Roundup lunh Kullrrtun Jr. By Joe Ivcs (Kor Ilitiili l-'iillerton, .Ir.) WASHINGTON. Aug. 20. M>,-Pro biiwbnll and pro football shouldn't IIP eni-ouiagecl by the recent rnlinu that the National Hnr!:cy Leasue does not oiirrntc in Interstate commerce. They're not in llv .s;ime Imal ni all Baseball is vitally lnU'i.':,u>cl In Ihe subject because il t_ s beiiiK Mi.'d lor $2,800,001} on grounds ihnt it Is vlolnliiiK anti-trust laws while operating In inler.Mnle commeirc. Pro football is watching closely for Us uwn future guidance. Justice and L;iLnr Department oiridnls say the National Labor I!e- liilions Board decision thai Ihc NHL Is not engaged In Interstate C om- meiro has no effect in any way on either baseball or football However, they say. Ihe ruling ws set a precedent lor pro bas- The NLRB ruled that hockey Is not an Intel-stale activity because the loams do not take any share of the gate rcceipls while on the road In hockey and basketball t | le nomi , tt-nm uikr-s nil (he cash. Thus they re not making money away from their own state. But In both football and baseball, the (earns spill (he sale at home and on the road thus officials say. putting themselves in business away from home. Mel P.irnell says there is no doubt about t _ Joe DIMagglo Is the toughest Rlly to pitch [„ |n lhe i <>r circuit. But Mel (ells or one pitcher who thought he had lhe sit'! I l sclvc<1 ' "'"* cvc " Proved his "The next time we played the Yanks after Bill Zuber in me to us !i°u ?Z Yoik ' hD spcnt "" °"» uiSht talking to all or us In the bull I!" 1 '" . thC BOSI °" l <' f 'l'»""cr said. Ho told us how to pitch lo everybody, including DiMng." . arnell said Zubr-r warned nifalnst ing Joe a changc-or-pacc ball because he'd send it over the left cenlorflelrt stands. l Seems that right alter lhe lee tiire Zuber was hailed from the bull to replace Joe Dobson ngalnsl, •eel "i r "' Sl suy ' /M]Kr i!...._ WnS D1M "8— wllh two men New High School Code to be Aired Ebb Pickins to Assist Speck in Discussion Of NFHS Regulation* Ebb Picons, veteran football and >u.,ltHlMll official from .Jonesboro I mYi'T'e " W ' 8 " ccl lo !L " isl L" 1 " 5 ' <»«Wc> Speck of CXsceola with (he clucussi.-m of the new Ailtansaii hi.:h school football code at the ni!c.s clinlr for Mississippi Comity ™ u -lu-.s In the City Hall here Mon- ilnv nlrht. It was announced yesterday ' The clinic will be held in (he Municip-,1 Court room at City Hill bcslni'lnr at 8 o'clock. It will be npcn l.j an coaches, players and fans of Ihc county and will he un- dn the direct supervision of Mr. Spc>ck. Tho clinic will be one of the state- ivl-Ie rules meetings currently .ipon- soied by thr Arkansas Athletic As- wlatlon. A similar meeting was hrld in Joncsboro Thursday night. This year htah schools of Arkansas h»ve unbilled the National Federation of Hish Schools* code of rules to replace the National Col- le-Tiate /Hh'etlc Association cede which hns been tn effect In the 5trte !rt] a number of years. "There Is a his difference between the two codes." Mr. Sp^ck .«nld. "and iho purpose of this meeting Is to ramiltame Ihc coaches, players and '.ins with the chances. The National Federation code Is much simpllcr than the NCAA's and. in my opinion, m.t h easier to understand." "The changeover will be a major one from the standpoint of the pHyers nnd the coaches," Mr. Speck said, "and. unless properly explained. It Is likely to cause much «m- furlon among the fans who, naturally hiwe become used to the NCAA code." Mr. Speck urged that all coaches, players :unl fnns of the county become f.imlllar with the new crpde and thi.t nn many as possible attend Monday nlslil/i meeting. The first pitch got by th, okay, inn on the second Hill f olcn( . his own Instructions. He threw a changc-of-pace. Joo hammered (he hnll over lhe 7iL,- e <"iH r ? < ' ld """'Is-Jusl like zuljci said he would. ^ntakeniaceonSeptcm^r^rH says Mil-Ills,, n Stale will down ±J' y ,"^ h !?? n .-.•>«-«•«»'?.- I 7 resh-walcr relatives of the oyster nro kno- •> as mussels, or clams. Read Courier News Want Ads K F, Y S MADE For nriy kind or lock Locks opened anrl repaired SPKCK'S LOCK SHOP 303 IV. .Main, l-himo 081 Hetilnrl Jolins Pool Halt 8Y FfltX CA8M& Ll-t us lacklc (be problem nl sup- : you wilh Ibc very brsl In home, appliances. Come in now —we'll show you how. Toothftl.'" cififm Han*4h. "ii 94m« « w^ickKWf hS« vowd WM*H to f«e U n** &A«d t.n£ otV-K*M wwh^ow* II m*» 3616 !„.-- il. ,. • •• "-""llhllJII •»ps. '-ill pilot a group O f colle- iatci all-stars In a benefit game for the Damon Rmiyan Fund Tuesday Ihe stars will face the Tamarack Lodge team at Greenfield Park NY Tony Lavclli. l;,st year's Yale All- Haso hit or fa\i\ ball? To take this wrnngle-cnuslng uncertainty out of baseball, a foul-ball Indicator hns been devised to mechanize close decision. 1 !. American cage star, will probably play pro ball despite reports to the contrary. He says he can't decide between television and basketball but It will probably be the latlcr. . . . Big league talent scouts have Ihclr sights set on Harvey, 111., Lou Boiidiciiu's hometown. They think there's a left-handed Lou in the form or 18-year-old Inflelder Don Holjci Isori. SHRUBBERY We oflc- a complete line of stark Landscaping plants and trees. Order now for Fall planting Start's 131 years experience in this field assures your getting Hie most lor your money. Allow us to give you a free estimate Telephone 5S4 today. IJLYTHEVI1XE WILLYS SALES COMPANY ATTENTION! WRESTLING FANS OF BIYTHEWLE on TmUh nn fault of • v "" 1 ' otei-, Farmer Jones will not Wi " Wresllc J " in 0 "r" f tll ,° 1 ? lcrk ? il] lllc MM-Soiill, Boohing Office hooked Jones sila't It" '""n tU m ," kc a nolatilln " f lhis 1)0oki »K '>" the Slictl. Later, imotlicr clerk booked Jones in Blytheville not th;,l he was already t,,,okcrl i,, Memphh ul > ll '«'"c- not When your promoter found about this mistake, it \v;is too late to Jou C km,7 T'thP 'h'" 1 ^'- r"' hP iS lllr ° UKh lllia ! "' l "' in K l « Iet " l] <>° joti know of t)ie chaiiKe of program. wrr. n W ° > ."' e .. pllt / ill «C °" a l! 'S n ) ;llc )' hetwcon R of the most outstanding vie ers ,„ Ihe territory and will al a later date brin» in Farmer Jones \\eaie sony this change ,.s necessary, and hope you will hear with us. MID-SOUTH BOOKING OFFICE Mike Mernrtey, Promoler BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA I.OU'KS'I ADMISSION I'KICK ANYWMKJIKI Reserved SK.IS on Sale at Ihc U K i,m AreiiH frnm 6 p.m Kvery Mxnday August 22, Monday ADMI.TS Mir - CHII.DKKN I5c Neu SlarliriR I'ime 8:15 I»)X SKATS I .V KXTKA 6-MAN TAG MATCH Eddie Malone, Stocky Kneilsen & Gorilla Macias Versus Walter Sirois, Roy Welch & Jack Welch ••—

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