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FRIDAY, JU1-Y 9, BLYTHKVIU.E (ARK,) COUIilKR NKWS Cleveland Hitters Out-Shine Paige Relief Attraction Not Ne«ded to Win; White Sox Are 14-1 Vietimi B.v Curl I.iiml4uht United Press Sports Writer NEW YOHK. July 9. IUPI—Pi y ponv nil! Vcopk, the president of thj Indians—he bought a million-dollar e.&.e. attraction and 1m hitters won't give him a chancs to use it. For tuo days the (an.= in Clcve- i ]and have been dying to see tilt* lamed Satchel Paige, the Immortal j Negro teasne pilc-liing star perform | ~lor lha Indians in a relief role. Bui j you don't need relief pitchers when your batters build tip five and six run leads :n [lie first Inning, ai the Indians did in their last two I names, so Paige doesn't even get a I chance to warm up in Ihe bullpen. Yesterday. i n it H to 1 rout of the White Sox, Cleveland clinched Ihe same for rookie Gene Bearden with five runs in the first inning. A six- inn rally in the seventh was anti- climatic. Ken Kellner, the league's heading home rim producer, hit- No. 30 and Jim He.gan also got * homer for the winners adding a double to hat hi five runs. H was Bearclcn's seventh victory. He Ra>e up stven bits. The victory increased Cleveland's first place load over Ihe Philadelphia Athletics to a full gome. Grand slam homers by Tommy Hciirich of the Yankees and by Jim Rli.sscll of Ihe Brave." ended two screaks in other standout, contests yesterday. ATl/ANTA. Ga . July * IUPI — Louise Suggs. Britii'i women's champion and holder of many of (his country's top solf titles, lurri- ed professional yesterday when sin .signed up as a representative of tho MacOreRor Goll Equipment MIUHI- lac'turing Co. The tiny girl from nem-by Lithii Springs, Oft., announced her dcci- .vion at a luncheon here. She became Hie firs', woman member .>f the advisory .staff of Ihe equipnuiu firm which includes such famous men pros as Ben Hogan, Byro-i Nelson. Jimmy Detnaret, Tommy Armour and Cliv.irte Harmon. Pre.sidont Henry P. Cowen of MacGreRor was .present ai lh,' luncheon and announced that lit,' firm will put out a "Louise SUK?.S' line of rliius. Razorbacks Win From Hays, 7-6 Dop* Bucket Upset During Fascinating Duel by Softball Teams In the most exciting game ol Ihe year. Ihe Razorbacks kicked ihe "dope bucket" tround with a 1 to 6 victory over (he league leaciing Hays Store outfit in "V" Softball play at Walker Park last night iu extra in- i For some reason, the Hogs always j put np a l>eUer battle ngsiinsi, the i Grocers than any other team in ] the loop, having played a fi to 6 At New York. Henrich's blast gave tie earlier in the season, while losing to less potent, opponents. Last night's game was a fascinating duel between .speedball Jack Whit Me 011 Ihe mound for Hay?, and Carroll "Cowboy" Gllsson. each of whom faced only 18 baiters in the first five nlnnings and ea'ch gave u[) only one hit in the five innings. In the top half of the .sixth, Rogers, lead-off man for Hoys, jigl on when Glisson fumbled a bunt, PACK SBVBrf. Savold,Walcott -Barnhill Announces 'Toughest, Best' Top Aspirants S ^l"l? JofA f arorbockCa9eGamc$ Fnr I nine Title* h^r'-*!^' 1 ^"^'"^ 011 "''^'^ J^ 1 *""'--^'i^''" M*.** . For Louis' Title hill yc.slcirtiiy relraMM ihe A i k A n ^ H .s Rim)i bark WASHINGTON, .hilv «, i DIM -- :^ llfdll> forth* 19A8-4U *r 'ini-Hii* I.,-.- Sflvoirt R nri Jersey .Joe ' Coach K "t* n * l-»"»»w'» Walrolt v.erp de.sigimtrrt lop mm weigh' crown In the quarterly ratings rclrii.spcl unlny by the National Boxing Avswinlion. Blond SAvold o[ Pftlerson, NJ.. who never had a tllle shot, \n .ii. Wfllcoti ol Crtindeii. N.'I., who clul- '<! twU'e. Is M. f N.H.A., which Mill Htm JOB ^ us ehnmiilon i1oe* not reron- elllier Snvolil or Walcotl a*; a L-al romemior" [or lh« title, It lilt-re fli» i;o JoRlcal contender.! the h (*H v v v/c IK h l or we t - U a* one of the "toiiRhcsl and 1 ' j ni the hUUry of Arkansas, j The M:he<tule !fl three Rimie* ^xtiorter Ihun lust yeHi'.s, I HK con- i nary fto last year* hooking, tti,* ! F'oikei A *'iH (act- e:<rh rond'MMUV i foe hoth m fXvi'UPville iin.1 nivny. ir • nun*) till with Okliilumu A. M. will be Dec. 23 in FuyoliA- uhlle [tie .UHiVnr.'s Are on their iMmA.N holiday*, and will be Tht- schedule: Nov. W-fMiill Oik i * »t l~(XElnlmiiift City mid j l> IW Wn Suvold n.s ihc "oiitstAitcliiiK boxriV Uenrulli l/niis in thr heavy cla.--.,. Cinn \PK of Cincinnati, who ha*; tM'fn oiTiimi&ning viRoronxly lor at tlie l^ohis' Ihron?. Is u [>l ralcd a.i a honvywclRlil. Ct;aile.< i.s rofOKiiiT.i-ri ft.s ioj;U:*l roiUf-nrtev for Cln.s tx*,snovich'5 llglit-heavj-- ill IP. HIh WulroU and S»voM, II IVf. V-OfclRhoma A AIIC! StillwAter, OkU. D*t. 9 — Lxinj; Island tluivci^ New York City. l>c. U— CmitHhix »t Buffalo. ivf * rtfJk /",i_ ; .'jf-4- +• <L* T * •- Uiidannted bv lack c.f ascend ^ra^sy lull nr rapiclly. T)ir to Off. '*i— OkUhonin A mid Si. it FayrUr vilte. i L>c. JO—Univ. other hravk'.s are K'ven "honoinlilc ' ^ Meniphl.s. I mention." If Ixiills nlllniately mnkes , ,|.,,, s-.n^'y|or Unlvrrsiiy al 1 ' "oftkial' his piciinlsc.|] retirement, I eiteville. imtnniiFis >l thost- II tinqiiesllonab- J .)„„ »_|>|,|||j| W «« oilers »l ly \vlll cletmaut ilattlclpLHtcin in u'A | ( jp nock, elimliitilioii .scries to delenninei j ;m ^ .... ^iilhe/n Meilu ou-. Kulh Spooncr, Irfl, ami Jn SUngor, \Vis., I ho holler in is A\'jnlal)lo foi yo;it -tounii s Ihe Yankees a .sweet, 6 to fi triumpli over thR A'.s which ended a four. came losing .streak. George McQuinn accountRd for ihe other two •Yankee runs with a homer and M double, coming around lo score the final run after the two bagger on a sacrifire and Cliff Mapc-s' fly. Brave* Beat Bums. 7-4 Russell's homer gave the Brave.; a 7 t.o 4 victory over the Dodgers f Vols Boost Leod by Beating Chicks 4-3, os Mobile Falls to Atlanta, 9-5 at Brooklyn and ended a .six-game winning .streak lor the Bums. A pair of walks yielded by Joe Halten and a single by Bob Elliott preceded Russell 1 * smash. Clyde Shonn pitched six strong- innings of relief bail to gam the decision, hi.s /ourlli without a. loss. Bruce Edwards of the Dodgers suffered a spike wound in his right shin and Eddie Sianky sprained his right ankle in a roughhouse tag out play at third in which j Stanky collided v.-iih Edwards. ] Ewell Blackwcll of the Reds, j but was thrown out. on an fit- tempted steal. A. C. Bunch then Itnfld a double down the left field line and advanced on blow. Hays then fouled out tn the catcher and J, 'C, Whittle tripled to bring home Bunch and Pofl. The Raxorbacks came back in their half of the inning to tally three on walks to Francis and Elliott and Carson's single, followed by a wild pitch which enabled A run to score. Hays tied it up in the seventh BT Kdwln Pop^ | (United Prrm Spnrt» Writer) i ATLANTA, Da. July 9. tui>i—' Whether or not there Is any truth to the recently-circulated rumor thnt Kiki Cuyler Is out utter IhK year as the Atlanta mannger, the the Nashville Vols are Rind the re- i port started, anyway. It mny have . j fi 1H I had something to do with the safe nuicia P lhree n nd . R . ll((l , Mmc 1( . atl , hcy reestablished nic;ht by bump- ins Memphis, 4 to 3. Mobile, the ctojy team with pitching !ii.« first complete game, in j with a single marker and went two- is starts, itruck out 13 batters and j up in the eighth on A. C. Bunch's scattered seven hits in a brilliant, circuit clout, followed by an error 4 to 0 victory over the Cut* at Chi- and Williams' double. Bnt the !U- eago. It was easily the. best per- zorbacks fought back and racked formance of the year lor the great ! up two on Alexander's single and Frank lost his fourth after an equal number of wins. The Crackers smashed 16 hits In tan ting Mobile. A four-run bear rally fl/.?.led In (he elRih, Shelby Klnney had lo be relieved by Norman Brown In the ninth hut he recorded his fourth victory. Cracker outfielder Tom Nclll punched his lit)) home run of the campaign in the fifth wUh two ft board. It w«s his third in the SHISIC number of Ktunes. New Orleans shelled three Birmingham oil diets for 13 hlt.s Louis' . cent chance of r'airhiiiR ihe sulphur ' fl lo 1 conquest. Al Lnmftcchid was Dellers any time soon, fell prey lo L the loser. Ken SUr« went seven Atlanta wrath as the Crackers ef- j innings. Riving up nine hits for his . . , . . - Uysons round-lripper. Itays Iniled 10 score in ihelr half or the nm.h and set the stage for Francis' fourth base on balls followed by . center- Held error on Elliott's difficult B ™P er Glisson right hanrter. who won 22 games in 1947, but who had been handicapped with shoulder trouble this Mason. The Pittsburgh Pirates downed the St. Louis Cardinals (or the second straight time, 6 to 4. in a night game. The Buc,s took a 6-0 lead in the first two innings and took ft tighter grip on second place as Fritt Osternmeller held the Cards in check. The Boston Red Sox. behind the j the Razorbacks and one by the Gro- steady eight-hit pitching of Mel cers featured the tilt. Parneil. won a night game from in a preliminary game, the Ark- Washinston. i to 1, at Boston. Mo. Kilowalters sliimmert out a n The Tigers marie 19 hiw to win • to 4 decision over an improved Co- thcir fourth .straight game. 12 to 2 ca-Cola team on two big innings from the Browns at Detroit. Virgil ] scoring five in the opener and seven Trucks pitched six hit ball an.l , i n the fifth inning. Ourley started fected a 9 to S victory. It s eems highly probable that the Atlautians —whose overall showing this year has been something less than sensational —were just incensed enou- j gh at the Idea of losing Guyler to I put t he blast on the Bears j Two of ihe more Important links j in t he Nashville chain enhanced their records in the Chick defeat. Leo Twardy, 33-year-old right-hand- er, won hi.s 13th to top the loop's game-winners. And Charley Gilbert, sent back from Philadelphia after hitting only ,237 last season, mashed his 25th roniiri-t] ippcr in Miamian Top favor it 9 In Jersey Net Tourney SPPINCi LAKE. N. J.. July 9. <U>—'lop-.t'-pilefi Oaidnar Mullny of Miami was a heavy Uvoilte today to aris r :tnce to the semi-finals ol tlie Spring Lake Invitation tennis tournament, lint another match between Tom Rrown of Sun Francisco and Vic Selxps o( Philadelphia was r.tled a to.ssup. Mull.iy clashed with Prank Shields oi New York In the role, of »n odtl.s- on fiivrjiile, but there was heavy specnl'ilion regajthnjt the outcome of the m.ilf.h between tourlh-seeii- ed Seixa.s and fllth-Reeried Brown, Shield.' and Seixas rntered I h« •ioiilJli-s linals by ellminatinR J. Gil. belt Hall ot New YnrV unri Tony Vincent ol Miami UnlverjtlLy, t-1, e-4. Ford of the New Haven. Conn., Swim Club, who Mulshed one-two- Universlly >t Dallas, Tex. n--Texas Chrl.sllan University Kl Port Worlll. Tex. Jan. 21—Rice lllslltnle al P«y- ellevlllr. Jun. II—Texn.s A. And M. at Pay- elleville. Feb. S—HnyW>f Unlversily »t Waco. Tex. Feb. 1—UnlvM*lty of TMM «t Austin, Tex. Feb. II—Unlvemliy i>( Texm al ixiisl Umverally at Fayp|,tevi||j. Feb. 21— Texns Christian Univer- Fcto. *i~l(lce Instlliiif ,( Houston, 'lex. Peb. M-Teius A mirt M. >t College Station, Tex. Lutes Bulldog t to Play Number Hint Team Only one mine In Ihe Mississippi County Reinl-l'io Ha.<el>»)l League , looms this weekend and the resilll* ; will hiiiik no major changes hi loop The l.nles Hulltloits will meet the Nuinliei Nine team »t Sitn- itny afternoon on the Miners' diamond. Only will follow im«rclleiU who whin or i loses. . The HnlliliHtK are currently hoM- • Inn down second place In league standlniii wllli seven wins itiit Illree. loses for >n ivrraKr o( .100. Numhci Nine has «ou lour, \ml *lx and ha« a .(IK! avrinne. Roumanian Mtftt Tutro In Western Semi-Final* j INDIANM'OI.IH. July » (UP) I Vlnl HIII.\V of Hoiuniuila, tin' !<>;)- sercted f«ueli;ii t'litrunt In the vVr.s:- orn Tennis folli nainent. will mcc-t Inciky Jack Tueio. New Oileiins. in a si-nil-fliml ilnijlm malch loday. KlchHid ll'aocho) Oonmles and Herbert Mam. l>ol h of I As Angeles, also ndTanced to the .tenll-fllials nmt H,ev wHJ meet Satllrdny. Oor,- 7-ales Is IO[>-seeded player hi thf meet. BLYTMEVILttS OHL> ALL WHITE THEATRE Shim HUrtu Weekdays ?:M p. utunixy 1:« 9 , m ,; Friday l C».iiiln Nrwi WVnl, Aill. 4 Reasons Why Millions Prefer . America's Premium Blend.... KING for FRIENDLY FLAVOR Joun S*turd«r "BLAZING THE WESTERN TRAIL" wllli Clmrlr* Starrrlt »n<t Dub Titylnr JjeHitl: "Al.vs(«ry Klvrr B<»al" KAT1IKI»AV OWL SHOW StarU »l JU;45 p.m. gave up .seven hks over i Ihe (irst with rlone on „„•„ sli] | the nine innings and Jack Whittle j chasing 29-liomer teammate Char- gave up only tour uingles h\U got tey workman while hnth by himself into frequent trouble giving up eight bases on bulls. Three fast double plays ' Iwo by .struck out game. .six to win his .sixth Today's Garnet SOUTHERN LEAGUE i All night games t. Nashville at Memphis. Mobile at, Atlanta. New Orleans at Birmingham. Chattanooga at LJttle Rock. on the mound for Ark-Mo nmi was relieved by Denlon in the sixth after being touched foj- six hits. Ivey started tor the Cokes but gave xay to Jimmy in Ihe fifth. Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAL;UK NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh at Chicago. Cincinnati at St. Louis, night. Brooklyn at Ne\v York, night. Philadelphia at Boston, nifrht- K uhville I Mobile S Memphis Birmingham Atlanta. .... New Orleans Chattanooga Little Rock . AMERICAN LEAGUE ' All night games. 1 Chicago at Detroit. St. Louis at, Cleveland. Ne\v York at Washington. Boston at Philadelphia. MISSCO LEAGUE ISumlayl Lutes at Number Nine. 43 . . ..39 NATIONAL Boston P'ltsbureh .. ] r Louis ... | New York .. I Philadcl. Ma Brooklyn Cincinnati Chicago Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Nasltvillc -I. Mfjiijihis 3. A'.hllta !). Mobile 5. Clnltaiioosa 11, Little Rock New Orleans 9. Birmingham NATIONAL Ll.AGUE Cincinnati 4. Chicago 0. Boston 7. Iirr>=!:lyn 4. PiUsbursh 6, si. Louis 4. Only games scheduled. AJ1F.ltICAX LEAGUE New Yolk a. Philadelphia 5. Cleveland 14. Chicago 1. Detroit. !2. St. Louis 2. Ro.iton 4, Washington 1. LEAGUE W. L. <3 33 — rjQ 32 3R ^-1 T, 35 36 39 ..,.33 36 35 39 . . .: 43 Tmr.siic the loop record of 50 with excellent, chances of catching it. seventh victory. Two Birmingham home runs--By George Wilson In ihe fourth with none on and George 1 fSkeel.s' Dickey \i\ ihc seventh with | one nti--doubled the Pel count, i GeorKe McDonald brought two New OrleRMR trammsie.'i home In Ihe eiRlilh «ben he hit lor the circuit. ChHtlnnnngn succeeded in vacating Uit- cellar wkh H U to 4 verdict ai the expense of Little Rock, Two ChailHiiooRn home runs leu tu red , the 14-hll bombardment of four \ i Trav luii'lers. Hnrrj- Williams hit his hi the third with one on and ; John Rliwo's arrived in the fourth with untie n hoard. Tonight's R ftme.s; Mobile nl Al- TonlRht's garner Mobile ai At- ChnttiUtougn Rt LltLie Rock, Na.iti- vllle flt Memphis. three yesU-rday In the fliiftlx nf tti? 100-iiiPler free style*. That WAS Ihf j only IhiRl evenL yesterday. Leg Injury Keeps DoddOufof U.S. Olympic Trials 1 Armorel Tigers to Meet ; Jontsboro Club Tonight .SSI .SIB .453 ..438 .412 .407 Pet. .581 .S48 ! .528 i .500 .460 .478 .473 1 •HI 1 The Armorel Tigers will tanple will] Joneshoro in the fourth nieel- ! ine of Ihe two clubs at » o'clock to' night on Ihe Walker Park diamond. ! In the three-name series to dale. ; the Tigers have won two tilts and .Jonesboro one. '• Either Frit?. West or Frank Ellis _ ...... |are probable starting hurlers for Both he and his coach Jack Ryrte,- i tn€ T1 R f ' rs . Nclms mny open the of Boston College, apreed that i ">°""dwork for Jonesltoro. IJ)orids' injured toft leg was too [ ~ t painful for him to compete in the Olympic Swimming Team BV '™ 1 °" > i ^--youts in Second Day BOSTON. July 9. IUPI—Famed toiler Gil Dodds revealed yesterday that he will be unpble to participate in the Olympic trials because of » leg injury and thus cannot represent ihe U. S. at London this Tall. lr -™' ta AMERICAN LKAGUF. Clcvclnnri .. ! Philadelphia ! New York . . ! Boston Detroit W. . .44 . .46 ..42 ..37 .36 Washington 33 40 El. Louis 2fi 44 Chicago 2.1 46 PC'.. .6:9 .M r .575 .S29 .493 .452 371 333 Only the first three tinishers in the Evanston 1.500 meter run ar>eligible, for Ihe Olympics and Dorid.r decision tn skip that rare eliminal- ed him a.s ft representative of the United States in London. Dodds ran three quarters of T mile loday in 3:15 and said he felt, pain every step of the way. He said he was \\oriunp harder this altcr- noon than he was Wednesday when he covererl ihe .same distance nine seconds faster. l)i(dd» Phllntnphlca! BOSTON. July 8. ilIPl — Oil Dodds. a minister first and a miler second, n'as philosophical today about his elimination from the United states Olympic team. "God's will be done." said the flying par.mri when he learned the US. Olympic Committee refused to Like him along unless he qualities m the final tryouts at Evanslon, ' DETROIT. July 9. —IUP>—Com- petition [or 51 berths on Ihe U. S. Olympic swimming team continued to wax hot today as Hie comely lasses who .specialize in speed in the water and grace on the divine board Joined the men In trying to . qualify. . Over 100 of the 315 entrants ! were slated to see action today as the four-day final trials moved into 'their second day of competition ) So far. only three men hsve i clinched trips to I.ondon. They were , Wally Ris of the University of Iowa. Kfith Carter of Purdue, and Alan RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday A "TOMBSTONE TERROR" with Rob Steel* <::ir1»i»ii :i nH Jftltt Ctia|>ter "MASKKD MAHVK1." SAT11RIIAV MlllSICH'I SHOW "MAN ALIVE" with r»l O'Brien Jknri Bllen Drew Als*i <'art«Min SUNDAY Mond»y & Tuesday "HAZARD" with Paulelir Oodd»r4 unri .M»rtl(Mi»ld C.lrr.j Warner Newft anrl Short '40X StnifKt Whitkltt for txtra S«noo«hneM...Ueiided With the fine* frf»ln Neulrtl Splrttt • »e<- Mikes few Drink TMU lett^ KING *KINC HACK IAIEL. BlenJfil WMiky, Th« ^fiaiihi'Whishiait m Thif fimliict Art 6 Yeflfs 01 More Old. 40% Slrai^hl Whiskies: 60?;, fitain Neulml Spirits. RR Pron4. KING HEO LULL. Rlendfd Wl.nVy. The StnigM Whiskies in This PiodiKt Art 57 M«Hh« 01 Mor« Old. yy/f. Sir*ij|ht Whiskies' 70 % G'Jiin Nsulrsl Spirits- Sfi froof. OLD FORCSTEN. Kentucky Sli^Sl Bourbon Whisky. K<A\M In Bond. 100 f\oo(. MOWN-rOHMAH DISTIUMI CORfOKATtOM Ar L*vftv«M« fm JTcxN M-G-M'S TOP-THWU KKLOOWMMi lMj ('urtuou New Theatre Manila' t fin»ft , Nh«w» F.VKKY NIGHT •we Open. Week l»tjra T:*« p.a* •I. -Sun. I p.m. Friday "BELLE STAR" With iitnr Tlerncr • lid R^rlihilph Srol* i Ml., tomorrow. j "I really don't deferve lo repie- i sent my country in Lonnon If I can't earn Ihe berth at Evanston; he snirt. "The Olympic Committee ha.s lule..*. Under those rules I don't m^kp Ihe teanv. If Ihey feel i['s i for the best Hint. «ay—I'm for it.' Paid (or Ideas The French drarnilbt. Augu.-lln Rcribe, f-ometiine^ -sent nitmey for "copyright in ideas" to nion \v)io \vcrc unaware I hat he had taken suggestions from their work, ac- rordlnc to t'nc Encyclopedia Bri- tannlca. II meant lhaf fin* Gltnmor* wSIAir-t ara blenrff d with cKoiceil grain ntufral tpiriU bul in^eod of be. p ng bo!tied itimedfolely, "Thompson" H back Into bau*!i to mak* it %m tf Ma/m'/fo/r .title Kr><k ^rkAn»c Foster's Special Dtjwrtnient th»l ran )jiv» you loads of help planning your special party. Of coins* we have a complete slork of li<|iienrs, wines, and li<|iims with Ihe kind "f min you wnnl — Ihnt'ji Ihe Mixin'g . , . hut for «p- pcti^crs hefor« lhal bin dinner, or for Ixsly tidbit* during bridge, mir Fixins include just lots of allrnclive. wonderfully-last inn things (hat will make your parly rememhernl. Suggestions • Salad hors d'wtivre I'ickled Kfei;s in pretty colors of w red. hltie, or ftreen. • F'ineapple lidbils in frenie de menlh*. • (,'an»p« Waftt'R . . . for those. Hltl« sandwichtA. • Tiny MushriKim Caus in jMirl wine. • Snappy Craj and Nippy Nuts, as fre«h »n tan h*. All Popular Beers In Cons Or Bottles Foster's Liquor Stores Saturday 'MARSHALL OF RENO" with Rill Klllnkt Saturday Owl Sh»w 'HEART OF VIRGINIA*' with Jan,:t Mariln Sunday and MuncVay "GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT" with Gregory Peck xnd Dorothy McGuIr* Oucnlnc 7; ijlaril T.3* Friday * Saturday "Rider* of the Lone Star" Charl«* St»rreU Ml Ihc Dnrfthxa KM Smiley Burn«tt "The Mystery «« the River Boat" Also ShorU Saturday Midnite Show SI»rU at II p.m. ''The Crimson Canary" Nonh Bferv ,Tr^ l.ols Collkr Al»« Short! Sunday and iHondar 120 West Main Street Phone 2127 "BILL" 107 N. Broadway Phone 28o8 "WELCH" "My Favorite Brunette" Rob H»pe and Dorothy Lux Warner N>w« Al»« Shorta Joe Louii V5, Jersey Joe Walcott

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