Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on January 16, 1957 · Page 8
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B-Santa Cruz Sentinel Wodnoide-y, Jnury 16, 1957 Netto Scores 18, Vega 15 " Los Altos Provides Easy Tune-Up For Loop Opener By Arnold Wechtcr Prepping for their CCAL opener Friday night at Wat-sonville, the Santa Cruz Cards rambled to a one-sided, 66-37, victory over an out-manned Los Altos high quintet yesterday afternoon at Turner gym. It was strictly no contest as the Cards scored at will with both the first string and substitutes outclassing the young visitors. The victory was Santa Cruz' sixth straight and tenth of the season against two detests. It was their third win over Los Altos this year and most onesided. The Redbirds had defeated the SCVAL school. 43-32 and 67-40, in previous contests. Big Phil Netto and guard Bobby Vega provided the Cards with their scoring punch as they netted 18 and 15 points, respectively. While Netto continued his tor rid scoring pace it was not one of his better games. The husky center ice cold in his shooting during the first half and left the lloor at the intermission with only six points. Netto, who lias been averaging nearly 45 per cent of his shots from the floor, made only seven out of 25 for a poor 28 per cent. But if he was to Lave a bad game it is best he got it out of his system before, the league opener against Wat-sonville. He picked up 24 rebounds. Vega hit six out of 11 and three for three on the free throw Jine to continue his streak. The Cards never were In any sort of trouble against the visitors. They piled up 11 points in the first three minutes of the game before Los Altos could hit its first marker, a . free throw. The quarter ended 22-6. Coach Emmett Thompson, who substituted frequently, used the first srting sparingly after the first quarter, though they did see considerable action in the final session. Halftime score was 30-16, and the Cards led 47-29 at the end of the third period. Tom Curtiss, Santa Cruz' lanky starting forward, had one of his best games. He hit four out of eight shots from the floor and two of four charity tosses to break his scoring record for the season with 10 points. Scoring: S. C. Varsity U ft tp Knight ,t 3 0 6 Curtiss.f 4 210 Nctto.c 7 418 Vesa g 6 315 Neiimann.g 10 2 Dakan.g 0 1 1 Kenney.e 0 2 2 Kiff.f 1 0 2 McDuffee.f 1 0 2 Smith. 4 0 8 Weedon.f 0 0 8 Lm Altoi if. tp Pratt.f 0 2 2 Barber. Oil LonRden.c 13 5 Spence.g 0 5 5 Sault.R 4 614 Sanor.g 0 0 0 Farwell.c 0 0 0 Estcourt.g 0 0 0 Riso.g J 010 Totals 27 12 66 Totals 10 17 37 Oklahoma Gridder Is Identified' As Bandit Philadelphia UP). Two city detectives buttonholed Oklahoma's All-America football star Tommy McDonald yesterday thinking they had a long-sought bandit but the identification was a fumble. McDonald was In town to receive the Maxwell Award as college player of the year and stopped into a downtown airlines office to buy a ticket to Detroit where he is to attend a March of Dimes banquet tonight. A girl clerk took a long look at McDonald and motioned to the detectives in a back room. They were waiting there on a chance of catching the "good-looking" lone-wolf bandit who has been preying on women clerks in city airline offices and loan companies. McDonald said he almost took a poke at one of the men before they identified themselves as policemen. "It's a good thing you didn't," said one detective. "I had a .38 trained at your back." OF THE COST OF INEU TIRES Fully guaranteed Firestone New Treadi on your own tire or on sound tire bodies from our own large stock. ANY TIRE $1 DOWN S BUY ON ,, EASIEST TERMS iT TtliM fUdxo$ Rcfngrtn ,$ Trtttr Vitttrr Sma'.t Appliance ft Hirdr Bmcie" Sporting Goods 5 1 ire Batten Auto Acomomh f Firestone Personalized I BUDGET v nAftftf tt m rout CHICK V'!W YOUH MY ftAV i ST North Carolina Cagers Win 15th In Row By Pete Pedersen Time was when the mere presence of North Carolina State on a basketball floor was enough to scare rival North Carolina into defeat. That time is past. Unbeaten North Carolina, the nation's second-ranked team in the Associated Press poll, whipped the Wolfpack 83-57 last night for its loth consecutive victory. State had beaten North Carolina 24 times in 27 meetings since 1946. Third-ranked Southern Methodist edged closer to a third straight Southwestern conference championship by nipping Rice 59-57. Western Kentucky's Hilltoppers, No. 18, grabbed the lead in Ohio Valley conference competition by tripping Tennessee Tech 88-74. Virginia squeezed by South Carolina 76-73 in an Atlantic Coast conference battle. Notre Dame withstood a late Michigan State rally to beat the Spartans 86-76. Uavior surprised Texas A&M 67-58. Other action found Duquesne rallying to trim DcPaul 76-70; the St. Louis Billikens smothering Drake in the Missouri Valley Conference 91-65, and Washington and Lee beating Presbyterian 86-65. Connecticut ran over New Hampshire 94-54 in the Yankee conference and Richmond trimmed George Washington 70-57 in a Southern conference game played before only 17 paying customers at snow-bound Ft. Myer, Va. In a Pacific Coast conference battle of losers. Washington State toppled Idaho 73-70. Pro Golfers Threaten To Quit Caliente Tijuana; Mexico. UP) Three golfers reportedly threatened to quit the $15,000 Caliente Open because Wl gambling but sponsors saia an agreement was reacnea late yesterday. Professionals Jay Hebert, Mike Souchak and Jackie Burke were reported to have threatened to boycott the 72-hole tournament, which opens tomorrow on the Ti juana country clubs 7000-yard course. spokesmen for a sponsoring brewery and horse track said pro tests were based on the belief that there would be parimutuel gambling 'at the golf club. They said an agreement was reached after an explanation that gambling, under permit of the Mexican government, was to be at the nearby Caliente horse race track. Pro Fred Hawkins, acting as spokesman for the golfers, told newsmen: "Our contract with the sponsors does not cover legalized public gambling off the premises (course), but we of the tournament committee will recommend to the PGA that future contracts cover this matter." The track management said that wagers will be accepted on the results of each day's 18 holes, the play of each threesome and the 72-hole winner. An auction of players will be conducted at the track tonight, with successful bidders on eventual top finishers dividing the pool. Leading the qualifying rounds was amateur George Knudson, 19, of Winnipeg, Canada. He scored a 67. . The Welcome Wagon Hostess , y Knock on Your Door with Gifts & Greetings from Friendly Basinesa Neighbors and Your Civic and Social Welfare Leaders On the occasion of Arrivals of Newcomers to Santa Cruz Phone GA 6-0400 (S el or thli(ttiva) Gets UC Post if i Pete Elliott, former Michigan quarterback, has been named head football coach at the University of California. A three-year contract estimated at about $18,000 a year lured him from his head coaching job at the University of Nebraska. (AP Wirephoto) mm Jim Lee Howell says he didn't give the football Giants any whoop and holler to take into their mauling of the Bears ... but he did blast them plenty for their sleazy vote split of the play-off money er with them all season, meager tokens to the clubhouse men, groundskeepers, etc. . Billy Martin's loathe to talk a baseball player") . . , but begrudges, "I lost only one decision, to my mother. . . . She made me quit." . . . Why Gene Fullmer settled for so short an end of the Ray Rob-inson fight gate: negotiations started with His Sugarship demanding a 50 per cent cut of future Fullmer earnings if he won the title, wound up with no encumbrances and little swag. . . . Last time his dad. Tuff, sparred with the new middleweight king was in the amateurs. . . . "And then it was time to quit," says Pop. "I saw too many gloves flying my way." . . . Among the belongings Jackie Robinson picked up on his final trip to Ebbets Field ... a wallet given to him in Japan last fall bearing the inscription: "Jackie Itoberson." ... Charlie Silvera cornered Yogi "After what you did to me (seven years in the shade), can you imagine me catching a double-header in St. Louis, 120 degrees in the mask? .... They sh6ulda made you come along, too." . . , Said the Yog': "Ugh!" . . . All players in the Pro Bowl fully against next year's salaries in It happened in Nippon: on the Bob Bowie was looking for a lost with that character's grid predictions . . . sent out to the paper's li brary, staffed by Japanese. . '. . A case, sure enough found it labeled, with military precision, under the H's: "Hoople, Amos B.. Maj., Sal (The Barber) Maglie is now Dyke beard . . . befitting an elder Kansas has wrapped cellophane lain . . . will only let him be approached by interloping interview ers and photographers on court ... nix on any campus routines . . . and is Phog Allen, squirming in retirement, happy about being out in the cold, while Coach Tom Harp South Carolina's Grady Wallace, of The Stilt, is from Mare Creek, "like a plowboy striding across a stubble of corn." . . . Cincinnati groundskeepers spending the off-season cement-patch ing the underpinnings of antiquated Crosley Field. . . . Among the holiday greetings received by Redleg trainer Wayne Anderson from baseball friends throughout the and didn't a famous pitcher (on into Cincinnati to have Anderson Cus D'Amato, who won't venture into an airplane, has put the ban on Floyd Patterson doing any able. . . . Between you'n'me, rich friends names ... . whose business was on Jean Plageman Is Pasatiempo Golf Winner Jean Plageman won the "A" division play in the Pasatiempo women's 18 -hole sweepstakes played yesterday afternoon with a score of 94-1479. Tying for second were Bea Dearth and Marj'on Costella with 100-1486 and 97-1186 respec tively. The "B" division play was won by Sheila Stuart who carded an 108-29 79. Second place wenti to Dorothy kimmers with 107-2o 82. 1 timtyAmjb... when you get her a DIAMOND from 1203 PACIFIC AVE. GA 3-7070 V I' J WE GIVE THRIFTY SHOPPER STAMPS 4 Pete Elliott Is New UC Football Mentor Berkeley W. The University of California looks today to young Pete Elliott, former Michigan quarterback, to boost its football fortunes in the facnic coast con ference. California lured the 30-year-old Elliott from Nebraska with three-year contract estimated at about $18,000 a year. Pete directed the Comhuskers last year in his first season as head coach and had been voted a pay raise to $14,500 there. His club had a record, of l3ur vie tories and six defeats with a 3 mark in the Big Seven. Succeding 54-year-old Lynn O, (Pappy) Waldorf, the split-T ad vocate . becomes the 21st and youngest head man in Califor nia s grid history. Waldorf took the Golden Bears to the Rose Bowl in 1949, 1950 and ' 1951 but last seas6"h they finished next to last in the nine club PCC with a 2-5 record. He announced his retirement before last season ended. N partial share to an injured play about his boxing background ("I'm Gene Fullmer Berra upon his trade to the Cubs game in Los Angeles were insured the event of injury. , . . Pacific Stars & Stripes, sports ed drawing of Major Hoople to go kid flipped through the file card U.S.A." a walking ad . . . sports a Van statesman of baseball around Wilt the Stilt Chamber gets all the quotes? the only scoring ace within reach Ky. . . . and runs, say his boosters, 3 m i a country: seven asking for jobs another club) make a secret trip look at his suspected sore wing? flying since he's become valu bailed out one of golf's great trie verge oi going Dime Sports Calendar TOMORROW Wrestling Santa Cruz high vs. Salinas high, at Salinas, 3:30 p.m. Basketball Salz Tannery vs. Harris Togs, National Guard 'vs. Santa Cruz Teachers, Adult Recreation "B" league, Turner gym, first game 7 p.m., no admission charge. HERNANDEZ BEATS HEARD IN SIXTH Richmond IS). Ruben Her-nardez, a former San Francisco butcher who now boxes out of Los Angeles, got in one good punch last night and beat Johnny Heard on a sixth-round technical knockout. Athletic Director Greg Engelhard announced late last night that Elliott had accepted the California pact and had been approved unanimously by the executive committee of the Associated Students of U. C, the group making the final decision. Immediately'after that Nebraska said backfield coach Bill Jennings would succeed Elliott. Prior to heading the staff at Nebraska, Pete served as assistant coach at Oregon State in 1949 and 1950 and at Oklahoma from 1951 through 1955. A native of Bloomington, 111., Pete won 12 varsity letters at Michigan, four each in football, basketball and golf. Paul Hastings, executive director of the Associated Students, told newsmen, "We felt Elliott had all the qualifications from the standpoint of technical knowledge, personality and philosophy that we wanted." Both Englehard and Hastings said Elliott was highly recommended both by Fritz Crisler, who coached him during his collegiate days, and by Bud Wilkinson of Oklahoma. "Pete is a great strategist, ex cellent teacher, and he has splendid "background for coach ing," Crisler was quoted. Engelhard said Elliott was one of six coaches under coasidera tion during the recent NCAA meetings in St. Louis, but admit ted that not all of the six were available. The first time Elliott talked with the California inter viewers was just eight days ago, the athletic director said. Last week, Elliott was reported ready to sign at the University of Washington to succeed resigned Darrell Royal, wtio went to Tex as. California presumably offered LUiott more money. After staying here two or three days, the Nebraskan is due to re turn to Lincoln to wind up his affairs, returning to California in time to make a swing through the state and preparations for spring training. He has the authority to name his own assistants but Engelhard said "We feel we have two pros pects here in Rod Franz and Johnny Ralston" who were on Waldorf s staff. Card Lightweights Overcome Los Altos 54-39 The Santa Cruz high school lightweight cagers overcame a three point deficit at the end of the first half to overwhelm the visiting Los Altos high school quintet 54-39 last night in Tur ner gym. Santa Cruz connected on 35 per cent of its shots from the floor in the first half as it garnered a 12-12 first quarter dead lock and came out on the short end of a 23-20 halftime score. In the second half the Cardinals came to life and meshed 64 per cent of their shots Charles Wise led the winners in the rebound department with five, followed by Ken Caldwell and Tom Walker. Angelo Ross opened the scoring for the Cards in the third quarter by connecting with three quick field goals. Caldwell garnered high point honors with 11 markers and Wat ker registered 10 digits. The summary: Santa Crui Loi Alloi it ft tp m mp Ehrlich 1 2 4 Torbell 3 4 10 Sandman 0 3 3 Walker 4 2 10 Caldwell 5 Ul Alemany 4 0 8 Ross 4 19 McCracken 1 O 2 Wife 3 3 9 Houghton 2 7 11 Chiotti 2 3 5 Andrjsvich 14 6 Graham 1 O 2 Barber Oil Johnson 0 2 2 Totals 21 12 54 Totals 9 21 39 HC-Los Gates Game Cancelled The basketball game between Holy Cross high school and Los Gatos high school was cancelled yesterday, James Young, sports director of the local parochial school, announced this morning. The tut was planned lor 7 o- clock last night, but a mixup oc curred and the game never came off. Los Gatos, thinking the fray was billed for 3:30 p.m., pulled into town only to discover the game was scheduled for 7 p.m. The visitors are not allowed to piay night games during the week and the game was called off. Holy Cross seeks their second victory of the season Friday w hen they host the only team they have managed to beat Pesca- dero high school. Lightweights open the twin bill at 3:30 p.m., with the varsity aggregations clashing at approximately 5 o' clock. CUBS SIGN BKIGGS Chicago W). The 14th Chi cago Cub has signed for 1957 to day as Johnny cnggs, zd-year-oia righthanded pitcher, came to terms. Bothered by injuries, Briees had a 5-5 record last sea son with Los Angeles of the Pacific Coast League. Cfljflflsfc I CLOSED TONIGHT Starts Thursday Th Girl He left Behind Plus The Power and The Prize Cougars Nip Card Jayvee Five 68-42 By Glover Davis A constantly improving San Lorenzo Valley high school basketball varsity team caught fire early in the game and piled up an insurmountable margin and crushed the Santa Cruz high Jayvees 68-42 yesterday afternoon in Felton for their sixth victory in seven games. Guards Newlin and Norman Huntington gave a combined effort in getting the Cougars off to a fast start as they outmaneuv-ered the slower Santa Cruz cagers for four points each in the first quarter. The two guards directed the fast breaking Cougar attack with such success that the valley five was able to pile up a 20-4 first quarter advantage. Guard Dick Scotter sparked a Cardinal rally which brought the Santa Cruz five to within 10 points when he tanked four long jump shots. Huntington and Newlin squelched this rally with five field goals between them and the Cougars held a 37-24 halftime. lead. Forwards Tim Fikes and Glynn Hooper along with Center Guy Gleason gave the Cougars airtight possession of the boards. Huntington blew the game wide open as the Cougars moved out in front by a full 20 points. Hunt ington continued to pace Cougar point production as he tanked nine field goals and . one free throw for 19 points. Newlin and Gleason tallied 15 and 12 markers respectively. Fikes and Hooper rounded out the well distributed point production with nine digits each. Scotter led the Cardinal attack with five field goals and a pair of charity tosses for 12 points. Coach Wayne Richards was very pleased with the game and called in San Lorenzo's finest gr.me to date. The Cougar mentor feels that his charges have improved with every game. J he summary: Santa Crux San Lortnto f ft tp Fikes 17 9 Hooper 2 5 9 Gleason 4 4 12 Huntington 9 1 19 Newlin 6 3 15 Pardee 0 2 2 Ward . 10 2 f S ft tP Kirby 12 4 Lbrucherie 12 4 Negro 0 0 0 Scotter 5 2 12 Murray 2 15 Cody 2 0 4 Odermann 2 15 Netoff 12 4 Koch 2 0 4 Totals 16 10 42 Totals 23 22 68 East Pro Cagers Win In Boston All-Star Game Boston M Playmaking Bob Cousy and shotmaster Neil Johnston make such an unbeatable combination that opposing National Basketball association players are grateful they aren't teamed regularly. The pair made the differnce last night in carrying the East to a 109-97 triumph over the West in the seventh annual all star game. Cousy, the 6-1 Eoston Celtics' backcourt ace, won the game's most valuable player award for the second time. Besides his 10 points, Cousy contributed amazing passes and fired a quick-breaking attack which eventually wore down the tall westerners. Johnston, 6-8 center from the Philadelphia Warriors, tossed in 19 paints when they really were needed. ICR HELD OVER FOR SECOND BIG WEEK Shews at 7:00-9:10 The Life Inspired Story of Vincent van Gogh M6M presents in CINEMASCOPE and HI METROCOLOR! KIRK DOUGLAS "LUST FOR LIFE" CO Stjfrmj ANTHONY QUINN JAMES DONALD-PAMELA BROWN s "'Sa'irtiimiHT' f ni Baseball Tester Claims His Job 'Is Complicated' Scientists admit that they don't know what makes a rubber ball bounce, ut scientists at the B. F. Goodrich Research center at Brecksville, Ohio, have rigged up a precision device to gauge the liveliness of a baseball. Stephen T. Semegen, in charge of the rubber firm's baseball testing project for A. G. Spaulding company, says "the impact of a bat on a baseball is a complicated process. Energy, impact, velocity, and aerodynamic force must be calculated to get the answer." He said the distance today's professional baseball can be whacked is between 397 and 401 feet. Getting technical about the subject, Semegen said, "the initial velocity of the ball after impact, which determines the distance of the drive, depends mainly on the ratio of the masses, the velocity of the swing, and finally the ratio of the velocities." He said the" whole testing idea is just about as complicated as Einstein's famous theory of relativity. . "The opinion of some people that baseballs are now more re-siliant and can be hit farther than before may be due to the fact that , substitute materials were used in baseball manufacturing during World War II. Those substitutes resulted in a deader and less uniform ball," Semegen pointed out. "Today's ball, by contrast, looks like it goes a country mile when hit." SLV Lightweights Turn Back SC With the Santa Cruz high school second string lightweight cagers failing to cash in on scoring opportunities from the free throw line in the waning minutes of the fourth quarter, the San Lorenzo high school lightles nipped the visitors 35-32 yesterday afternoon in Felton. The Redbirds. who brought only a six-man squad to the valley clash, wound up playing with four cagers on the floor in the last minute of battle because two Cards fouled out. The Santa Cruzans suffered their second loss of the season. Guard Lee Sirles got the Red-birds off to a fast start as he tanked a pair of jump shots to give the losers a 10-4 first quarter lead. Cougar Center Tom Ringstorsf tanked nine free throws and a lone field goal to pace a Cub rally that forged a slim 17-16 advantage at the end of the first half. Sirles garnered high point honors with five field goals and three charity shots for 13 points. ine summary: Santa Cruz L.W San Lortnio fR ft tp Dorrunguez 10 2 Tara 0 1 1 Noblett 0 2 2 Hutcheon 1 1 3 Sirles 3 313 Henthorne 5 111 f g ft tn Donlevy Norwood Rengstorf Allen 17 9 1 1 3 1 911 0 0 0 Smith 2 0 4 McCllough 0 3 4 Chandler 2 0 4 Totals 12 8o2 Totals 7 2135 SHOP IN THE GREATER SANTA CRUZ TRADING AREA TODAY! STARTS CONT. FROM 2 - GA 3-1000 A MILE-A-MINUTE CROSS - itsa MUST, ONOft: Hollywood Or Burt Ul l B Fnondly Day In Tht Country II lOOhS liht lrt Tht Wilt Ar WooHy Wtt 4UIST STAR, , TOfJITE! STARTS OPEN AT 6:45 - GA 3-2000 jl CO-HIT AT 2:20.5:40-9:00 S&T . GRADY m BRAN11 j(fj i FIRST-RUN" SHOWING IN SANTA CRUZI IKI UCD ADUC TEEN-AGE BOY.. .UNDERSTANDING WOMAN I I From Th$ Famed I Stage yj Plus ANTHONY" Toggers Upset Teachers 55-53 Although Emmett Thompson scored 22 markers for the Santa Cruz city teachers, Harris Togs upset the favored Teachers 55-M in and adult T'B" league baskeU ball game. If the Teachers had won, they would have been able to move into a first place tie with the Salz Tanners. Wesley Perrlgo and J. Moranta sparked the victory attack with 14 points each. The teachers were behind 19-25 at the end of the first half. The summary: s. C. Ttacheri Harrli Tool IK It tp ig ft to Busenhart 2 13 Kirby 3 8 14 Vaughn 0 0 O nu,nhrt 10 2 Dorlee 0 0 0 3 3 9 Maynard Thompson- Simpbon Hileman Waltrip Sevmour Wright Walters Severin 7 8 22 7 0 14 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 3 1 0 2 Klmpnauer i I S Coutta a Ingola 3 Costa 0 Maranta 7 a 7 2 8 0 O 014 Totals 20 13 63 Totals 19 17 S3 Guardsmen Win B League Tilt The National Guard basketball team broke into the win column alter losing their initial tilt in the Adult "B" league recreation play by whacking the Santa Cruz Distributors 46-26 last night for their second straight loss. C. Re with eight markers, made on three field goals and two free throws, had high point honors for the winners. High man for the Distributors was G. Mungai with 12 points. The National Guard was ahead 22-10 at the end of the first half. The summary: National Guard I 8. C. Distributor f g ft tp i It tp 10 2 S 2 12 4 0 8 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 2 8 Shaner Mungai Hendricks Hart Segarint Diineo Modena Gallagher Elward Davis Ward Rouse Costa Wright 3 1 7 3 1 7 2 3 7 2 2 8 3 1 7 1 0 2 1 0 2 Totals 18 10 46 Totals 11 4 28 Cage Scores By Tha Aswclatad Prw Washington State 73, Idaho 70. Fresno State 79, San Jose State 7S overtime. St. Mary's 91. Sacramento State 49. Whittier 55. Bedlands 49. Chapman 61, Occidental 80. Santa Monica CC 89, Long Beach CC 76. Oakland JC 54, Santa Rosa JC 4!). Napa College 78, American River 74. Modesto JC 69. San Mateo JC M. SF CC 59. Sacramento JC 47. Hartnell 54. Menlo 43 Pasadena Nazarene 81, Long Beach State 81. Mt. San Antonio 56. Santa An 42. Chaffey 86, Citrus 84. I.A CC 59, Compton 50. Orange 62, San Bernardino 5S. El Camlno 81. LA Harbor 77. Pierce 87, Glendale 75. SF Olympic Club 73, Camp Pendleton 55. Gonzaga 76. Whitworth 73. Duquesne 76. DePaul 70. Colgate 78. Hobart 62. Connecticut 94. New Hampghire 84. Holy Cross 83, Quantico Marine North Carolina 83, N C State 57. Virginia 76, South Carolina 73. Richmond 70, George Washington 57. WaslvLee M. Presbvterian 85. Western Kentucky 88, Tenn Tech 74. Notre Dame 86, Michigan State 78. St. Louis fll. Drake 65. Miami (Ohio) 89, Ohio U 77. Butler 70, DePauw 64. SMU 59. Rice 57. Baylor 67. Texas AM 58. Texas Tech 59, Hardin-Simmons 53. COUNTRY LAUGH RIOTI FftRAMOUNTptMsnta DEAN cW, JERRY martin lewis SI H?l J t -HALWALUS PRODUCTION co staph iNa PAT CR0WIEY-MAXIE R0SENBIO0M ANITA EKBERG jCREENS AT 3:45-7:00-10:20 TECHNlCOlOR'YISTAyiaOH 133 UC DCrAUC A 14 A LI I Deborah Kerr -John Kerr fnmM-G-Mn CKEMASCOPEni METROCOLORI mm QUINN At 7:00 STOIIES SANTA CRUZ TIRE CO. $10 Water St. CA 3 3691 PRICES Chiltlrert 20c-Juniors 50c Gen. dm. 80c-Loges 90c MAN FROM DEL RIO' -J

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