Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 20, 1954 · Page 13
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TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1934 Canadian Vs. Ctttian i motor Jimmy Murray said today • «-. . «. ,, rt Canadian heavyweight Karl Wall? At rnsco May 20 ha* signed to tight Nim> vaido z of : Cuba in the- Cow Palacp hrre May ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SAN FRANCfSOO ff ~ WHERE THE 8IG PICTURES PLAY' TONIGHT NEW , GLORY 1 FOR GARY! tVEDNKSDAV * THURSDAY Shown 7:10—lf):,1». 2 Bit HITS BARBARA Wlnntr •( Hilt y««t'« , '••it Attar' Attdtmy Awer.1I rt* GmSmnn CUNT to Ml M •» MMd- •Mt «ND ncATtntt I^KN-ANTHONYQIJINN t „ ,.„ ESSES "THE GLASS WALL" JSSS& Major League Stars Pitching — Jim ^McDonald. New York Yankees, allowed only one hit. a single, in beating Boston 5-0 in second fame of douhteheader. Batting — Jackie Robinson. Brooklyn Dodgers, hit a tie-break- mg home run. a Amble and two singles, driving in fhrrt runs as the Dodgers beat Philadelphia 9-?. Favored Over Jones PHILADELPHIA # - Philadelphia's Gil Turner was rated today |i an 11-5 choice over Bobby .Jones. Oakland. Calif., in their 'lO-rmmd return bout here Wednesday night. Jones was ft 3-1 underdog when he Upset Turner on a split decision March in. PAGE THIRTEEN Mmwtftt Commrrrinl Howdy Orange won 3 from I'n- lon Sen-ieP. J. Yates «-on ,1 frrtm Community Coal. Mason Root Beer Won 3 from Floyd Haiihe Auto. Domino'? won 3 from Teen Age All Stars. General Refrigeration won 2 from BAB Grill. 200 bowlers: Satinders 205, Me. Ginnis 206. Gunderman 213. Monday Lnrtie* Johnson Ins. won 3* from do- ALT-WOOD OUTDOOR r •» OLD ST. LOUIS ROAD - TIL. 4-2114 «;M—Show Stafti 7:(K> NltMy—RAIN OR TWO ALL TECHNICOLOR NITS TONITE * WEDNESDAY * THURSDAY T? ..' " Jf -77— £ ^ ._- 'f. ' , J> •*=*• WAIT'LLYOU SEE THE DANCE THAT SEPARATES ; THE MEN FROM THE BOYS! TONITE The Mightiest of Motion Pictures! "GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH" Shown Ht 8:05. RED SKELTON — In — "TAXI MISTER?" Shown at 7MB. CARTOON NEWS WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY wt» inn *mt • Viterie Bcttfe < 1m *e*M»i • t«M • i *« », mm namm • rMmxt •, MM Mm. Due to the length of this pro K rnm there will be ONE full Miow nltely. ONLY U-M, riowcn OP-QJIO VADIS,- COULD DO m POWE POWE Hew Sinclair Premium Gasoline Hits Hew High in Knock-Free Power Thi« new-blend premium gasoline brings out all the power your car can deliver. Fast getaway. Quick pick-up. Top mileage. Feel the difference in your carl Try Ntw UncfoJr txttm Dvlf M*f«f OH... H tun kttf your titglnt In l»f tfttotlng t»n<tl. ll»« ttt 100,000 mllti. .) SO OIFKMHT IT'S f ATINTIO (U.S. Paunt No. 2.594.266.) Contains R0-119®. Stop* fuel system rust. Saves repairs to carburetor and fuel pump. ASK YOUR SINCLAIR'DIALER FOR SINCLAIR POWER-X verleaf Agency. Adams Printing won 2 from Kitzmtller Beauty Shop. V.. A. Jr. Women won 3 trom Zike Pharmacy. 200 bowler?. Stiver 20'.'. Westerner Mixed Rockets won 2 from Frigid 5. Atoms won 3 from Alley Ares. Ramblers won 2 from Quints. Liu ky Strikes won 2 from Torpedoes. 200 bowlers: Christiansen 21fi. R. Royd 231, D. Cox 201. F. Travis 206. ACMK AU.KYS MM» Srcato-h Black Hawk won 3 from Metcalfe-Miller. Griesrdieck Bros, won 3 from Chiles Motor. Pea- cork won 2 from Budvveiser. Greenfields won 2- from Stag. Mineral Springs won 2 from Sportsman Club. 200 bowlers: Stntc 223; Murphy 21-1-231; Uughlln 202; Beattie 202; Manns 21.1; Maycrnft 242-203; Rot-man 212; Willoitghby 200; Swain 224; Lenhardt 203; Pluck 221; Mareing 203. Major Women'* Walz Motor won 2 from Millikin Motor Ser, Westerner Club won 2 from Tom Harris Motor. Springmnn Lumber won 2 from Owens III. Glass. 200 bowlers: Fischer 237, Bohart 212, Franklin 210, Nahkunst 210, Doris Fisher 200. Alton ItiiRlneM Women Bocdy's won 2 from Stag. Strcepers won 2 from Russell Venetian. Mel ca lie-Miller won 2 from Miller's. Square Deal won 2 from Falstaff. Duke's won 2 from Norside. 200 bowlers: Berry 210; Kennedy 203. Monday Early Merchant* Mississippi Lime won 2 from lontinental Stores. V.F.W. won from Coca Cola. Union Electric won 2 from Plasn Tool * Die. 200 bowlers: Manns 213; J. Howard 212. v All Church Lcaguo North Alton Baptist No. 2 won from North Alton Baptist No. 1. -alvary Men won 2 from Main St. Wethodist. College Avc. Presbyterians won 3 from Calvary Ladles. 200 games: Leady 201, Wells 201. Doors Open «:4« P. M Show 7:00 "1 Martin llnycruft, Manager LAST TIMES TONIGHT .WAX CKAWIWRD "TORCH SONG" X:SB John I'ajne — Evelyn Kcyei "99 Rivtr Stnet" 7-as Newt Oliver Apparently Seeks Globetrotter Tie-Up for Bevo CHICAGO fr— If Bevo Francis, the huh nmund which a National and Newt Oliver ever get together Basketball Association team might "~ just what they're firhing (or. revolve. h-sroring star Bevo may be pro-1 Thf> Globetrotters presumably essional basketballs nest big at-j wou id use Bevo on an nll-star traction. . J tpam opp^ing Saperstein's tour- The Harlem Globetrotters' lm-;ing Negro pros, or perhaps be- pressario, Abe Snperstein, hasjtween halves of these barnstorm- been approached by Oliver, the! ing games for an exhibition of headline-conscious little guy who shooting. Pitcher Boh Miller Clnha First Homer PHn^DELPHTA P - Pitcher ob Miller hit the first home ran his professional baseball career fonday. The 27 - year - old Philadelphia hillie righthander slammed one nto the left field seats off Brook- vn's Don Newcomhe. Miller has been playing pro ball ince 1948 when he started with ems Haute in the Three I League. coached Bevo and Rio Grande Col lege into national prominence. Object: That good old Yankee dollar. Saperstein says he's interested Bevo, 6 feet. 9 inch 20-year-olr sophomore, was expelled from eol lege last week. The school's rom mittee on instruction said Bevo hat ignored class roll calls and missec examinations. With Bevo's student days hchira him, Oliver has been trying t make connections for the youn man who averages almost 5 points a game — much more tha n passing grade in basketball, Saperstein says he and Olive have arranged a meeting In Ne\ York April 26. "We wanted to see Bevo thl Thursday," said Bill Mnrgbli! Saporstein's assistant, "but he. ha ft fishing trip planned." Oliver officially resigned Mon day night as Rio Grande's coac and athletic director, saying, " can't take |t any more down here.' Margolis said Oliver told th Globetrotters organization he am his star are. considering scvcra professional basketball contracts Oliver hinted that Bevo might b( WED.—THURS.—FRI. • .IKWKKY IHJNTKH • MICHAEL RENNIE "SAILOR OF THE KING" • ROB HOI'R • l-l'CIM,E BALL "FANCY PANTS" A Riotous Commly IN TECHNICOLOR. — Plus — LITTLE RASCALS COMEDY LAST TIME TONITE "Torch Song" Tech. 9:25 "Walking My Baby Bock Home" Tech; 7:40 WED.-THURS. 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(Only t*«me» irhetluleri.i Rend TclpgrRph Want Ads Daily! RIO THEATRE Cottait Hilli Cloted Tonlte COMING WED. THE MARSHAL'S DAUGHTER" "NEANDERTHAL MAN' 9 if Gates Open 6:30 Show Starts or Dusk * BELAIR Icr P O U T F. 6 6 n.- I * t * ON OUR 84-FOOT PANORAMIC SCREEN MOM'S GREAT MUSICAL HIT IN 3D! •ItOABWAY't HO HIT BtCOMIt A 6RIAT M.Q-M MUSICAL IN COLOR! . luuimin -.*• GRAYSON PLUS CARTOONS * PETI SMITH is at HIS Very. Very 'BESr Again/ EXPfRlfNfF VS INSIINCT' / /'. I Mi' .In.I C 7.IU (>.v/-: .M \.\ i" Ihc M"K FEMALE A IOVI TRIANOIE YOU'lL FOREVR MMtMMRI Woman of »ht world, oil mtn htr prty... lov«.tfrucfc young girl, en* man hw deiir*.^ Their elaih make* on* of »h» fronlcwt, fi«rceil love dramas tvw filmed! M- -*• I M ^5jfe^l WHMM I^WSRHQEPEN ...ol hit bt if 01 th* obi»cliv»t PAUL (DOUGLAS ... 01 Iht »»-liuibonJ.,. loo imart lor onylhmgl i JAMES OLEASONand introducing Extra! 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