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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 28, 1952
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TBTTRSDAT, FBBRTJART Zf, _2 nUKBDAT, FTEPKTTAHT Zf, WW Chicks vs. Corning in District Tourney Tonight I S\f+fl\\Illl*\ M »* J I .^ u ^—I f — , — much trouble, ng won Leachville and Jonesboro Move to Semi-Final Round JONESBORO — Biytheville's highly-regarded Chicka. j get then- first taste of action in the District Tlu-ee Class A basketball tournament at the fieri Smith Gym here to at 7-30 ' C ' aSh WUh Corni " B in a nuarter-final scrap The Cliicks. one of the tour seeded teams, m the tournament, got by the first round automatically by fvVue of a bye and are expected to go to lhe semi-finals without too Big 7 Committee In Busy Session Subsidization, New Legislation Get Top Billing at Meeting KANSAS CITY. M>>_ The B*; Seven Conference faculty committee begins one of its busiest sessions today/ with the matters of subsidization and clarification of new legislation getting top billing The faculty meeting Is being held In conjunction with tile league's annual indoor track and field championships tomorrow and Saturday, On the agenda is the case of the University of Nebraska against Kansas State College. The Corn- WBkei-s have charged K-statc ille- Wily recruited two Omaha, Neb., high school stars. Stan Schactzte and David Bell. Both boys were declared ineligible by the Kansas State athletic council, pending action by the league faculty. Both Withdraw Schaeizle has withdrawn from school. Both ho and Bel! were star basketball players at South High School in Omaha last year. Clarification of regulations and the recommendations of the Amer- j lean Council of Education that spring football practice be abolished also arc on the agenda. Tlie Big Seven already has reduced spring (raining to a minumum. Cards Organization Just as Good As the Yanks, Billy Johnson Says By JOE RE1CH1.ER ST. PETERSBURG. F la. MV-imagine a ball player calling the^right to meet bJ 1 the migl.ty New York Yankees, champions of the baseball »„.,„. . . . .. -aVsT-SfMnTfirsu' ^»™s jaiitaslic, doesn't it? Well, listen to the way Billy Johnson explains it. round game yesterday afternoon.! ~ " ~ 4 -i nt . V( , r It was one of the two games played ~~ yesterday. In (he other. Marked Tree went into the quarter-finals by cmlastiiij; Paragotild 40-33. First-round play was finished and quarter-final began In last night's session. In the final first-round DALLAS IP,—The I9.v> nil-Southwest conference basketball [cam iclf a lucky guy because he was cast off game Bay. the toxirnament'.s fourth seeded team advanced to the quarter round by whipping Greene County Tech 58-45. Both Jonesboro and Leachville. the tournament's ether two seeded teams, moved into lhe semi-finals last night but lhe going wasn't exactly easy. Both had to rely on strong finishes. The Hurricane found Rector a little tougher than anticipated but a fast second half gave it a S9-33 decision. Jcnesboro lett the court at halftiine nursing a slim 25-21 advantage but the Hurricane picked up speed in the last two stanzas for a strong finish. I.ions Have Trouble Lcachville's defending champion Lions had the same trouble with Plggotl. The Mohawks gave the Lions a fit during the first half and at Intermission trailed by only six points. But the Lions roared back in lhe last half to take a 66-J2 de- Porks' Kearns on 2nd All-Southwest Team ct to b< -' ill! . David Buck and Shelby McAdams , a unanimous selection than any In history. + The team wa.s selected by tlie :ven coaches who picked George McLeod, Texas Christian's gieat center, without dissent, and also gave lull vote to John Ethridse Texas Christian's pepperpot guard. Ralph Johnson of Baylor got seven votes but was picked both as a forward and guard. Walter Davl.s. Texw A. i M. center, lacked only one ballot of being manlmous for a forward post. Sports Roundup By GAVI.K TALBOT By GAY1E TALIiOT PHOENIX i/i'i—one of the never- ending wonders of the ? ame of iMsetall is the fact that you are always learning .something about tlie ecinplicated pastime lhat you didn't, know before. A person who hasn't actually played big league ball may despair of ever knowiiv all the inside workings of the fame. Take the business of "checking." We are indebted to Frank Sliellen- back, one of the .'"aw York Giants' both forward anrt and last way for Leachville with 'J3 T™ ° ne 0[ tnc • aw Y ork Giants' points respectively and O'- I '^ ree ccRchcs. for a tidy essay on iggofs crcam-smooih pivot- j !ms extremely important topic. Ever ored 13 wonder how those managerial as- Three Teams Win in State Junior Meet .MAGNOLIA. Ark. OPl _ Three »*prth Arkansas quintets — Ft «nUh. Van Buren and Bald Knob-^ have scored impressive victories in the opening round of the Arkansas A'hletic Association Junior Basketball Tournament here. Ft. Smith's vmmzslcr ousted De-17.""", 7 -•--..••••••.. light 34-18 in the first game of ?h% ^hri"" "^ on'iiins stanza last night. Bald' Knob brushed off Rector. 40-1>9 led the way for Leachville with :!3 and 22 Neat, Pigg . _ man, scored 18 By virtue cf their wins Utst ui^ui, | Leachville and Jonestoro will play each other in tomorrow night's semi-final game. This game will sel some sort, of a precedent as Leachville and Jones- Intro usually meet in the finals n! the tournament. But this year they were placed in the same bracket with Blytheville and Bay in the lower bracket. ' We start checking our pitchers The Chi:!:si nnrt Corning clash | n j especially right now in spring train- first semi-final game and! "'.S- Even during the off-season, ^pr nt R.rn MarVcri Tr/>p i<; without knowing it. they might Isistants you see wandering around ovit there earn their pay? "When we're not doing anything else, it's a good bet that we're checking on scmebody—either one of our own players or a fellow on the other side." Shellenback said. "It's something you've got to krep "ring constantly if you want to finish in the first division. eing selected suard. All Senior* All are seniors and Davis lohnson ate repeaters from year. Only four of the seven conference schools landed men on the learn but the other three got players on the second team—Walter Kearns of Arkansas, forward, Gene Schwingcr ol Rice, center, nnd Fred Freeman of Southern Methodist, guard. Others on the second tc.irn were Harvey Fromme, Texas Christian, forward, and George Scnling, Texas guard. in the other at 8:^0 Marked Tree is scheduled to play Bay. ThLs means that if everything goes according to schedule the tournament's four seeded teams will have it cut in the semi-finals tomorrow night. If Blytheville bents Corning and Bay gets by Marked Tree as expected tonight, then they will meet tomorrow night with the winner playing the winner of the Jonesboro-Lcachville game in check every mannerism time he gets the ball Van B-.rrcn took a 33-27 victors" over Forrest City. ?:ight games are on lap for today. The second rounrt begins tonight. Bead Courier Mews classified Ads. VlcArJatr.s <22) D. Buck (23) 3ain (41 Dilpatrick (4) Kennett HOI . '4) Janes 16) Johnson (18) O'Neal (6) Irby (41 Nettles Substitutions: Leachville — Steed. Adams (1). S. Buck (2). Littlefield . . . and Bryant. Piggott— Harrell Parton. Muse. Cargill. Hfnfcle. (4>, Spivey Convinced HisName is Cleared in Fix Scandal NEW YORK (.Tt—Big Bill Spivey. the University of Kentucky's all- America center, headed home today convinced that he had cleared his name of the stigma of "fixing • basketball games. knowing it. have picked up some little habit thai is a complele tip-off on what they're going to throw. Ail (he other side needs to know is whether it's going to be a fast ball or a curve, Sluily Kvery Move r '\Ve sit there and study every move our pitcher makes, from the - - _.... from the catcher until he delivers it. All of a sudden, something-will click. One of us will he he's doing something he didn't do before.. "Even if its during a eame. we'll stop everything right .there and let him know lie's tipping his pitches. A smart pitcher depends upon lis to check him regularly. If he isn't that smart, he doesn't last long in the big leagues. "Take me. I was a spilball pitcher. Like all other spitters, I always brcught tlie ball up to my lips whether I was going to throw a spitter or not. One day the other ure( , z team was teeing off on me. and one starters ' l^rchie Moore Decisions Sfade . of our coaches finally saw what wa happening. "If it was gcing to be a spitter. he noticed that I would run my tongue over my upper lip after I brought the ball down. It it wasn't a spitler. I wouldn't. That was all. but some .smart guy on their bench -. thought there was another organization that could touch the Yankees," said Johnson. "I'm shipped to St. 1/mls and I discover (hat the ^. Cflrdma's' otgan- l7-Ltlon is every bit as grx>d as the V a n k e e s , Tiiey run their farm system tlie same way, they are Just as liberal, and in fact they treat tht-ir players even bet- NTOTJ •^.^s^^^t^S^'^x: i Wagner, the Greatest Pir-ito nf th™, . ^>'^Kri^!S «Kt-£H^ last lime, has been s iven a lifetime pension by the Piltsburc s, a, left, the eue l? vcraR( -'' Thc ia ">'" "" Johnson .mammons for a forward post. Jim I eral manager) ever said 'hello' to I Uowies of Texas received six votes, i me. On this club. Mr. Siagh I Fred j ter. There is close association oclweeil tile fro.U office and the player on the Cards. Saieh Is Different "For instance, with the Yankees, I was lucky if Geor«e Weiss 'gen- ral manager) ever sniti 'hello' to I College Basketball By Th< Associated Tress Penn stale 84. West Virginia 65 Syracuse al, Cornell 50 Bradley 54. Houston 50 Chicago Loyola 85, Illinois Tech Ottawa (Kan) 70. College »f Em- porla 47 New Mexico AA:M 54. Arizona 61 SaiRb. Cardinal president) comes over to me and nsks me, 'How do you feel, Bill, how is the family?' ft makes you feel good to have your boss treat you like an equal. "You know, I expected lo have n little difficulty with my contract this year. Mr. Saigh, I've heard rumored, is a. tough man to deal with. But I was pleasantly surprised. I had no trouble at all. A.s a matter of fact. I am very happy with my contract. It Is one of the best I ever had. linort Year In '51 "When the Yanks sold me to St. Louis it turned out lo be the big- break I ever got." Johnson joined the Cords in mid- proved one of the best clutch 'hitters In the league. He batted in 64 runs, smashed 14 home runs and led all third sackcis in fielding.! Although 33 and in his 10th year] in the majors, he believes he can play regularly for several more years. Shawnee Defeated in District 3B Tournament; Wilson Wins Rose Confacied About U.A. Job BornSill Has Talked With Former Porker Coach "and Others" FAYETTEV1LLE, John Ark. — Glen sas' most sue- iciies, has been Bnrnhill. athletic director at Arkansas, said last night he hod State (Flagstaff) 49 Colorado AA'M 7!!, Denver 62 from the Training Camps — Yankees Will Win AL Pennant Without DiMag, Berra Predicts talked with Rose and "several" oih" knvr. Askew, coaching a losint;' team and using an often-criticized system of piny, has resisncc: narnhlll contacted , ... ogdoches. Tex., and refused further Lake City Upends Indians 49-37; Bulldogs Edge By West Memphis WILSON'— One Mississippi County team wns eliminator) and anolhci- moved up a notefi in quarter-final action of Ct C ' aSS & baskctba11 l o»'-"«-iment here last No'i^nm' 8 . "^i'""'* , the , cnimt - v ' s l I" 'nst night's third gams. NO. 2 team, ton* it on the chin from Cormlck. playlna without the a well-oiled Lake City machine l,y ices of twi regufars ii,c .are ^vi the score of 40-37 in its first rauml of the flu, cmtplaved Marmaduk same last night but the Wilson Bulldogs, the county's No. 3 learn came through in fine form edging out West Memphis si --17. In lust night's other eame, a ciuarter-final scrap. McCormick pulled a mild upset by dcfentini; Marmnduke 40-34. Tonight's quarter-fina] nctirm 1, has resigned. Dyess said only that lie had j I" 1 *' Me 3ose, now coach at Nac- ! another comment "nt this lime." Hose coacheii ijasKetball at Arkansas from 1831 tlirouirh 1041 posting a 9-year record of ISO vie"-' lories against only 44 losses. His Into full swing with three more gnmes on lap, Dyess's Eagles, who barely Rot uiettc In Hie first round, face CralKhcad County team, Ncttlcton, In tonight's first game in the last half to score what many considered a mild upset. The win moved McCormick into the semi-finals where they will meet the winner of tonight's "Nettleton- Dyess gome. For McCormick. Cook scored 18 i points to gain high point honors M-is. i iiiui Stevens led Marmaduke with 14. (it 6:30. At 8 o'clocK, urcenway, the tourney favorite, goes against Oak tirove and its one-mini wrerkiiMi crew, — —.. ., .vi.^t.^. MIS i Ronald Butler and at fl'30 Wilson teams won R2 games and lost only ; Is .scheduled to play Lake Cit" M in the Southwest Conference, a | A strong lust half pulled the record good enough for five chain- Catfish through. The Indians and 1>ionsm >"' (Lake City were tied H-N at the Lake City To*. StotLs 1131 p. L. B'shcur (8) F, Fiynn <?,, .... c. Shawnee (4) Faulk (Hi Robertson (9) Welch —.. ---- — . o, TV i:ii:il Chlscnhall (in G (4) rialph (4) Jenkins City—B. By The AnxocUted Press Rose left the university In New York Yankees are going lo wi, without Joe DiMaggio. "We needed Joe last season." said the Yanks' catcher. "He w«s an inspiralion and still n great player. But I believe we're going the pennant again this year even | I by frequent attacks of colitis, intestinal Inflammation. But. ar- [ riving nt Detroit spring training ! f\, ._ 11 camp yesterday, the Bengal toss j V*JO IJS / ' r^ — • — — - - •*".<i->i- ni..^ ffiul.Lg - .' .' v.,i.., im.v, u Ll ; f>LII£.ll IMJS.S ^L "• ^* • »«J * • • 11^1 I V* III SC to make it without him now. why? said bis doctor tolil him the npppn- ! fj "^. , w Because we're going to have a pitch- dix may have been his trouble alliCCQtGn Qt Cn Ifflftfi n, Ing staff that isn't going to get. »'o»S. ^•mv.UJJU | fc< ing staff that isn't going to get tired. I figure we'll have seven composed in part of faculty and part of laymen. "Bill came here to clear his. name." said Elmer Drake, one of I . Yogi listed Vic Raschl. Allie Reynolds, Ed 1/opat. Tom Morgan. Jim McDonald, Johnny Sain and Bob Kuzava, with the notation that the last two probably would be used mostly In relict. Noble Found PHOENIX, All*. (fl>_The New ST. LOUIS (.T)—Veteran Archie Mc;re gave young Jimmy Slade some additional ring exnerience along wtih a steady pounding last ni^bt to win a unanimous 10-round decision. Moore. 35-year-old St. Louis Ne- fcature bout in stride, working roily and passing on the tricks of _»u™ his attorneys. "And as far as I'm concerned he did. I can see no reason why the school will not permit him to play In the NCAA Tournament." Spivey. who could mean the difference between Kentucky making "' ' games or being beat- I a ca;e unparalleled thp c "' P™ ss in co n c?e , . York GianU were beginning worry about the whereabouts "animates we're checking on ccnstantly. Checking Important "Figure It this way. These league races are so close these days that a single hit during the season with men on base might very well decide the pennant. It just once \ve are able to tell nur batter what's Doming it might mean the difference between first and second money. Ai. the same time, of course, we've got ^, u uouareau will delay the o check our own men to see that .squad practice games until Mon- tncyre not tipping the other team. | day. when he expects all hands In""'" " "" -"-•"- — eluding Ted Williams, will be avaii- o catcher Ray Noble but they have found him. He told the front office he bad been having trouble finding transportation. He was expected In camp late today. WilllH'ms f>ue Monday SAH.ASOTA, Pla. MT/—Manager Lou Boudreau will delay the intra- Mon- pitchers we •V.rs7s a iV-fi- ona A^d the ->5 ' we llnk = d "'«« Bambto-T 7n thi «^ hh "- alld °« shnrl ^ and sec- yr,r-ehl sbflc of New Yort was^a I "^.«?«?^ ^ "™ 'hat he be | »"«-^™"- ?**™?»-™*"™ "It's not just the catcher and the short stop and sec . yrir-chi Shuic of New York was v 'iin^ student of the le^von pro- v-dod bv Ihe No. 2 rated Itght- henvy challenger. rlronned from l><e kctball lo"m until Rouce Open Cets Urtderv/cy ^tu lllt.l, UK 1JC Kentucky bas-i cne ca tcner—i won't name him— ..>.„„., L , ,,. IPMUJ his name was w ^o had a long and successful big cleired. That was In December leap,ue career, and yet we and every P-rnllv. he Psked to refoin'nls other lrami « <h<-league knew whc- '"-m. then vo'unteered to come ! ther he ha<l callc<i tor a tKl ba " or '•T-- nnd face As'Manl Din Atlv I " Cllrvc evMy time by " le "' a S' he Vi-c-nt A. G. O'Connor and 'a lfct ' him!( ' If ' ' <ion 't suppose he able. Williams notified General Manager Joe Cronin that he would arrive here within a few days. Recalled as a Marine flyer, Williams is expected to go on active duty May 2. Vi"c-nl A. G. O'Connor and » "i-nd Itiry. bilb Invcstiir.iti.ijr the, fi" n s. H» spent more tlian an^hour wit)] O'Connor Tuesday and went BATON ROUGE. La. I.-PI—A roll- 1 hrfo ''" ''"• "mrl i"r- yesterday. Inc cour.-e lined with moss-draped Testimony Nol R-vcalerl or-Rs and crossed -*ith ditches be- ' Nothing he said was revealed al- came Ihe nation's golf capital to-' Ih'.rsh the district attorney's oiticc -'-• ivilh the start of (he SiO.OOO j e.-npha.'izcrl severnl times that he i was not "wanted" in connection with th? scandal Involved for- ' mer Kentrcky aces. Dale Bnrnsla- ! ble. Alex Groza and Ralph Beard, i "The university snid. 'Go before - . knows it to this day." Tijuana and Mexican are | Mexico's Lower California. Appendectomy Helped LAKELAND, Fla. (J*(—That emergency appendicitis operation a couple of weeks ago may have made a new man of Detroit Tiger Manager Red Rolfe. For years Red has been plagued Baton Rouge Open Tournament! Winners from fix Professional « olfers' Association winter circuit ornaments are among the 169 entrails for the 72-hote tourney which ends next Sunday. A sentimental favorite could be had for the mere asking, but hcad- , - nce e as proved hi ing lhe hsl was Little Jack Burke, cent to mv sa ibfaclion the cr»nrl inucS" t s n ev Dsa "Since he has proved himself (nno : " Jr., the Houston shotmaker who has sizzkd the fairways this winter. I can Highbrow Radio Program JERUSALEM If) — The Hebrew raido Cation, "The Voice of Israel", Is going to Introduce a new program on a special wave-length for somewhat higher brows. This is part of a general rejuvenation scheme Initiated by Moshe Pcarlms::, general director of a!! government Information ,us Hp has Promised to do every I Stag "to end boredom on the air. no reason whv the, university w not reinstate him." , A spokesman for the rtistrict at- '•• torney said Spivey had assured his office that he would return any time In the future If asked i When asked If Spivey had been cleared completely, a. spokesman for the disf-fct atlornev said: ' "Xo Comment" i Gambling- activl- ties based on Kentucky games Israel services. still lo be Bankable, Beard ! con- Read Courier New, Clarified Ads. pleaded guilty yesterday to a conspiracy charge (n connection with I a National Invitation Tournament', game against Loyola of chicasoll •here In March, 1949. They await i I j sentencing here on March 28. They j 1 ; face a maximum sentence of three \ 1 In Osceoia... CALL Harold Siler at Siler's Drug Store for everyday delivery of the Blytheville Courier News $1.08 Per Month following his replacement tile 'p'rc-• vious year as-football coach and' athletic director. He has been quoted by Orville sas Ga/etln. as .saying that. ''it'= improbable that the set Up at Ar. knnsas could be made aitmrtirc j enough for me to make a change " cncl 1>r tll[> c . halftime i 28 ' 28 But "(• rjnnrler iniri at were still knotted Lake City, with Slot's and liall IcadliiK the v.ay, started Kdwarrfs In „. , ^?^C±-Sir"?'^. D ™« *"eSia l S . . —uce Edwards' arm doesn't hnld up. Chicago Cub Manager Phil Cavnrrctln may shift the former Brooklyn backstop to first base. The CUDS got Edwards In a trade nftcr Siia-.viiee i starters to fouls and by mUiv.'ay in the fourth period it was all over Itubrrlsoii Leads \V;iy Aubrey Robertson, Sliawncc's flashy floornuin, came out ol the scrap carrying hluh point honrirr. with 14 but his cilorl.'-- just weren't $ood enough. CHICAGO M>| — The mldsniltvJ Slous > >flml L " k(> City with 13 remaining two Nghte^hiZfSl-j''TV'" 1 c " l ™'"»'> chinned In "" Gloves tournnmcnt here have last season. He once had a like throwing arm but has having 'rouble with if. /or .^ u , m time. He's been taking various treat- pients here. . Billy Joe Quails, a , from North utlie Rock Ark oul,pointed h.v Herb Nickles of To ledo. O.. in' his first, n-iarlcrfl ^ '" "•*-' lll T^c Wilson-West Memphis fracas lightwelchi n ' a - s " tllrilll ' r a » "m «ay. Tlie Hull- : ''° BS h!1<i to l>v<>re ""« : s> six-point Barker IS) ... a. Sub-,iitmums: „.,„ niackfhear (5), Bowman (2). _ _ nee— Brewer <2>. Larue and Pelts. M-14 end nt first nuarter; 28-23 ai half. Wilson p os . w . Memphis Cissell <6l .... p. .. ,Q, Harbour Robinson U8i P. .. 10 Drasftcld Heels |2) c. .... (23) fje.rcy Webb <n, .... c, Martin Mu'icy G (4) Splccr Substitutions:.. Wilson —Simmons (fii, Hiinkln 121. West Memphis— Acret- ffil. and Rrod. .llet.'nrmick I'os. Marm.-duke Co/i.-uwr 12, .. F. <l(li . Burkhnrt Co " k "8' F. . (H) Stevens Carroll (13) .. c I4i WycofT B","'' C " (8) '• C : (3) GaVrett Substitutions iMcCormicle—Cham- berlain. Marmndukc—Reynolds (2) Rriy, Cinodman. ' 'GWTH' Still Popular In Tel Aviv, Israel bout last night. Middleweight Sonny Innram, also ••"iniiii;wt;ifiiit oiiiiny lliurini nlin .1 i ...»« ^.i.. •«>-n ol North Little Rock, won M ' C ar l." lc BlllMogs cn "R ht n ™' tifiTnp rs-i.i _» .. . . "viii iun JIJ.M,. V/llinn nvcrinnb Wm-t *n,,. TKL AVIV Wi—"Gone With th« was = " U F.-' »"n m i.*rn.-umv: jv Mx-puinc : " Ind '' is still blowing strong in Is- To • tlcncit m lllc " llrtl rfu.'irtcr to save I ! ' r>L ' 1 I]1 m ' e oi the Tel Aviy "iface. They lost two starters in that I 'heaters, the good old Clark Gabla period but Wilson rushed reserves i Vivian Leigh epic is daily drawing Simmons and nankin into the fray " The paintings in Ihe Prado Museum in Madrid were removed and hidden during the Spanish War of 193S-39. Civil fifht of record crowds since it began its Lime HOCK, won his first' „,.."" "" """ """ second run two months ago. lhe night, knccHiK "«t'' n . Wcst M(M11 '>"" A " oth « Jerusalem hit k Cecil - g °'"'ia« the minute rnnirttv ,i,.t^ irle Millc's "Samson and Delilah". But wi en the Jewish youngsters — .,.„ vlv , v ^., there Miotted several deviations RohlnTOn, Webb Shine j from tile BiWe tale, they critically J-or \yilsnn, Terry Robinson with shmited. "That ain't so." i i^i i u ui i nc niKni. knrrriiip nnf . — /m-i Charlie Coleman' DetS^e'gLt j " "Vi XZ ""'^ " Bl S.1 ™" one minute, 21 seconds of the first round. nut Jngram dropped a declslnn to Charley noberl.s. St. Louis Negro, In his second bout. .... -..., ...,,,,,,,..1 .,. t ,iiii^ av, ay and then held on during the do.;- I Ing seconds lo sweat out the clock 18 points and Kdwin Webb with 17 Both Quails and Ingram were we fighting for the Memphis team. no »"« Mem l" lls i The superheterodyne circuit U the hnsls of most radio and television receivers. 1 he man hrhiinl this connlcr knows lhe l whiskey Ainrric* likn fail! llr known t of Arnrru'a's !<M<linp 7 Crown — tikrd /*c>l kcftiusc i' Itnlcs <V' Seagram's 7 Crown. Blended Whiskey. 86.8 Proof. 65% Grain Neutral Spirits. Seagtam-Disliilets Corpwation, Ciirysfsr Building. New York

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