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The OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, May 2, 1959 Golfing Cyclones Take Second Place In League Matches TOPEKA - Ottawa finished cecond in the NEKL golf matches for the year. The Cyclones were second in the final meet of the year held at Shawnee Country Club, yesterday. Lawrence won the league crown with seven points. Ottawa was second with 10V4, followed by Leavenworth, Highland Park and Atchison. Ottawa's Fred Collier was med- alist for the year with 404. He was followed by Carlson, Lawrence, 406 and Hanna, Lawrence, 408. Blackman, Leavenworth had 416 and Roper, Lawrence had 424. In yesterday's meet at Topeka, Ottawa finished behind Lawrence, 335 to 350. Leavenworth was third, followed by Highland Park and Atchison. Hannah and Roper of Lawrence tied for medalist with 80 each. Jim Latimer led 0. H. S. with 81, while Jim Corlis carded an 86, Fred Gollier had 87 and Rod Lennard had 96. Ottawa will compete in the regional at Independence next Friday. '' Fishing Improves In State Waters PRATT, Kas. (AP)-Return of warm weather is bringing improved fishing to Kansas, the state fish and game commission reported. It said crappie are starting to bite with several "hot spots" reported. Bass and channels also are starting to hit. The commission's weekly summary, showing spots reported fair or better: Northeast Lyon and Leavenworth county and Missouri River—good. Crappie and bass in the lakes; channels at Lone Star, Leavenworth and in the river; also carp in the river. Pottawatomie, Atchison, Nemaha and Brown county state lakes, Sabetha City Lake, Wolf, Kaw and Blue Rivers, Independence, Mill, Rock, Soldier and Independence creeks—fair. Bass and blue gill in Pottawatomie; crappie, channels and carp in Nemaha, bass and bluegill in Brown. Southeast Caney, Fall, Verdigris, and Walnut rivers, Otter and West creeks, Herington Lake—Good. Latter is hot spot for crappie with a few nice bass. Cowley County State Lake, Spring River and Shoal Creek- excellent, the lake especially for crappie. Strip pits—Good to excellent. Neosho River and Crawford County State Lake No. 1—Fair. Montgomery and Wilson county state lakes—Good to fair. Al Craig, Siscoe Smash Records In OU Brave Win EMPdRIA - A pair of husky sophomores, Al Craig and Gerald Siscoe combined record-breaking performances to lead the Ottawa Braves to a triangular track win over College of Emporia and Friends, Friday. The Braves rolled up 988-15 points .to 35 14-15 for College of Emporia and 278-15 for Friends. Friends entered the meet as a last minute substitute for Bethel. Craig spun the discus 162-9& to break the school record of 1555 which he set just last week. The 6-5, 26-year old Lawrence product now has the best throw in the nation. The previous top was 158-10. Siscoe, from DeSoto, tossed the shot put 48-6V4 to crack a mark of 47-9 set by Dale Lanning in 1957. Siscoe made his afternoon complete by taking fourth in the shot put. The OU thinclads picked up double wins, Morgan Williams took the crown in the mile and two-mile events. Williams won the mile in 4:49.4 and the two mile in 11:06. Bob Knight grabbed firsts in the 440-yard dash and 220-yard low hurdles. Knight ran the 440 in :51.6 and the hurdles in :25.1. Baseball Scores AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. GV Cleveland .............. 11 4 .733 — Chicago . ............... 11 6 .647 1 Kansas City ............ 10 7 .588 2 Baltimore .............. 9 8 .529 3 Washington .............. 9 9 .500 3'.. New York .............. 7 9 .438 4V, Boston .................. 6 8 .429 4'i Detroit .................. 2 }4 .125 Saturday Game* New York at Cleveland Boston at Chicago Baltimore at Kansas City Washington at Detroit Friday Results Chicago 1, Boston C Cleveland 4, New York 2—10 InnlnfS Kansas City 6, Baltimore 3 Washington 4. Detroit 3-rlO Innings Sunday Games Washington at Cleveland 2 Baltimore at Chicago Boston at Kansas City New York at Detroit Lions Take League Crown; OHS Breaks NEKL Vaulting Record By CLAUSIE SMITH The only action left for the schools will be in the regional Lawrence's Lions displayed depth in the running events to sail away with the Northeast Kansas League track crown at Cook Field last night. Lawrence compiled 72Vi points. Atchison nudged Leavenworth for second 48% to 46V 4 . Highland Park took fourth with 37V4 and Ottawa, fifth, 34Ms. Roger Schmanke saved some face for Ottawa by establishing a new league record in the pole vault. The muscular senior cleared 12-8 to top a previous record of 12-7 set by Jere Potts, Ottawa, in 1954. Schmanke attempted 13- feet, but missed. Chuck Lanning, Lawrence, tied the 220-yard dash mark by covering the distance in -.22.0, tying a record held by Hardy, Shawnee Mission, 1951 and Fred Kaiser, 1955. meets next week. The state meet will be the following week. Northeast Kansas League Track Meet results: Team rolnliu Lawrence Atchison ...................... Leavenworth .............. ". 46'i Highland Park ................ 3714 Ottawa ........................ 34^ Broad Jump: 1. Smart, Atchison; 2. G. Birch, Atchison: 3. Mumford, Lawrence; 4. Tyler, Atchison; 5. Lanning Lawrence. 21 ft., Hi in. High Jump: l. R. Birch, Atchison j s. ! (tie Clchon. Lawrence, and Smart, Atchison; 4. (He) Hlechcl, Highland Park; Green, Leavenworth; G. Birch, Atchl- son; and Whltcnlght, Lawrence. 6 It. VO In. He ran a leg on the winning mile relay team for lift. Dick Maack claimed the 100 and 220-yard dash wins. Maack took the century in :10 and the 220 in :22.7. Maack is still undefeated this season. Ottawa took nine first places and tied for two others, in all Friends and C. of E. took,one first place each. the next meet for OU will be Thursday when they host the Baker Wildcats at Cook Field. The results: Mile: 1. Willums 0; 3. Groves, E 3. Smith, O; 4. Reddlck. F. 4:49.4. 440-yard dash: 1. Knight, O; 2. Rob Inson, F; 3. Walker, O; 4. Wilson, O HO-yard low hurdles: 1. Knight, 0 2. CopflanJ, O; 3. Woodbcrry, X; 4 Clayton, O, :25.1. ,/ 100-yard dash: 1. Maack, O; 2. Copeman, E; 3. Kaufman, F; 4. Garrison, O; 880-yard run: 1. Tyson. F; 2. Parsons, E; 3. Knight, O; 4. Pratt, 0; 2:03.4. 120 yard high hurdles: 1. Woodbury, E; 2. Copelandi 0: 3. Brown, 0; 4. Sheldon, O, :15.H. Two-mile: 1. Williams, O; 2. Cole man. E; 3. Smith, O; 4. Younkin, E, 11:06. ' Mile relay: 1. Ottawa (Walker. Hanson. B. Knight, Wilson); 2. Friends, 3. C. of E. 3-31.0. Shot put? 1. Elscoe. O: 2. Craig, O; . Addleman, E; 4. Gangwish, 0, 48- Discus: 1. Craig, 0; 2. Gangwish, 0; 3. Addleman, E; 4. Siscoe, O, 162-9 V4. High Jump: 1. Fox, 0 and Armstrong F. tie; 3. Woodbury. E: 4. Miller, E, Bush, F and Anderson, O, tie; 5-10. Pole vault: 1. Baker, E and Pope, O; tie; 3. Miller, E; Nlder, O; McAnlnch, O; Warner, E; Wilson, F, 11-6. Javelin: 1. Lambertsr.n, O; 2. Puetz, F; !. Gardner. O, 178-9H. Broad jump; 1. Garrison, 0; 2. Un< derwood, E; 3, Stalcup, E; 4. Hanson, 0, 21-1. 1. Thompson. Atchison; 2. Crale, Lawrence; 3. Rolh, Ottawa; 4. Lower, Highland Park; 5. Prlchard. Lawrence. 144 ft., 1 in. Javelin: 1. Daugherty, Highland Park, 2. Grume, Leavenworth; 3. Downing, Atchison; 4. Mace, Leavenworth; 5. Maddox. Leavenworth. 176 ft. Shot Put: i. Thompson, Atchison; 2. Lower, Highland Park: 3. Roth. Ottawa; 4. Cialg, Lawrence; 5. Hartford, Lawrence. 53 ft., 3'1 In. 120-Yd. lll(fc Hurdles: 1. Bell, Lawrence; 2. Green, Leavenworth; 3. John.... , , ..,,.,. l son ' Highland Park; 4. Reusch. Ot- Atcnison took a big lead in the **!».*:. A- K?IW. Ltavenworth. 15.2 sec. Field events, but was unable to hold off Lawrence's depth in the running events. The Lions scored 20 points in the mile and half- mile events. Lawrence took seven first places, while Atchison secured three. Leavenworth and Ottawa had two each and., defending champ Highland Park took one. Larry Cyre brought in the Cyclones' only other first place in the 440-yard dash. Cyre toured the distance in :51.9. Cyre took third in the 220. Jim Roth, husky junior weights- man, brought in six points with thirds in the shot put and discus. Buck Thompson, Atchison, was the meet's only double winner Thompson took the shot put with a 53-3'£ effort and then won the discus with 144-1. 5 .643 7 .611 7 .588 7 .563 9 .471 .467 .400 .278 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Milwaukee .............. D Los AngcleH ............. 11 San Francisco ..... ..... 1C 7 Cincinnati .............. 9 7 Chicago ............... 8 9 Philadelphia ........... 7 8 PlttuburKh ............. 6 9 8t. Louis ........ . ....... 5 13 Saturday Game* San Francisco at Milwaukee Los Angeles at Clnclnnutl Chicago at Philadelphia St. Louis at Pittsburgh Friday Itpnultii San Francisco 6, MJlw Hcee 4 Cincinnati 5, Los Angeles 3 Phlladelohla 4, Chicago 2 St. Louis 7. Pittsburgh 6 Sunday tiames San Francisco ut Milwaukee Los Angeles at Cincinnati 2 Chic? to at Philadelphia 2 St. Louis at Pittsburgh 2 GB V: VULCANIZING Tractor—Truck Car Tires GILULAND GARAGE R. 4 Pho. 6 Centropolis To Let Bridges Come To Japan TOKYO (AP)—Japan today promised an entrance visa to leftist union leader Harry Bridges and three Russians to attend an international dock workers conference here May 11-14. But a spokesman for the Justice Ministry said the visa application of Louis Goldblatt, secretary- treasurer of Bridges' Internationa Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, was turned down because the American was deported from England in 1949 for leading a dockworkers' strike in London. Japanese union leaders said thai if the government denied visas to foreign delegates, the conference organized by Bridges might be moved to another country. CRUSHED STONE AG. LIMESTONE FOGLE QUARRY without a Price Increase! Ph. CH 2-4864 or CH 2-3330 Serving Community for 30 Yrs CHEAPER Than Washing at Home . . . Plus SOFT WATER TOO! Try the .,. Maytag Coin-O-Matic Laundry 1600 S. Main Do You Know We have a complete stock of Delco-Remy IGNITION parts for all cars, trucks, and tractors, CURBY AUTO SUPPLY 424 S. Main CH 2-3224 100-Yd. Dash: 1. Robinson, Leavenworth; 2- Efreeter, Highland Park; 3. McClanahan. Leavenworth; 4. Smith, Ottawa; H. Pine, Lawrence. 10.2 sec. Pole Vault: 1. Schmanke, Ottawa; 2. Barklcy, Highland Po.ik; 3. (tie) Law- rle, Atchison; Lawton, Highland Park; Ruebhausen, Leavenworth; and Bundy, Ottawa. 12 ft., 8 in. New record. Previous record, 12 feet, 7 In. Jere Potts O954). Mlln nun: 1. Estel, Lawrence; 2. Cottie, Lawrence; 3. McClanahan. Leavenworth; 4. Bailey, Atchison; 5. Moore. Ottawa. 4:57.5. 880-Yd. nrl»y: 1. Lnwrencef Coleman, Schoffleld, Klmball, Lanning); 2. Leavenworth; Ottawa; Highland Park; At- chlson. 1:33.8. 440- Yd. l»aih: 1. Cyre, Ottawa 2 Broylcs, Lawrence; 3. Carson, Atchison; 4. Robb, Lawrence; 5. Motley, Leavenworth; 61.9 sec. 180-Yd. Low Hurdles: 1. Green, Leavenworth; 2. Mumford, Lawrence; 3. Johnson. Highland Park; 4. Kaiser, Leavenworth 5. Reusch. Ottawa. 20.7 sec. 880-Yd. Run: l. Lujan, Lawrence; 2. Montgomery. Lawrence; 3. Ross, Atchison; 4. Hubbard, Lawrence; 6. Christman, Highland Park. 2:04.8. Medley Relay: 1. Lawrence (Mull. Coleman, Clochon 1 ); 2. Leavenworth; 3 Highland Park; 4. Atchison; 5. Ottawa (dls-qualided), 3:49.4. -JO-Yd. Dash: 1. Lanning, Lawrence; 2. Robinson, Leavenworth; 3. Cyre, Ottawa; 4. Streter, Highland Park; 5. Nolan, Ottawa. 22.0 sec. Mile Relay: 1. Lawrence (Klmball, Bell, Schoffleld. B. KlmbaW; 2. Ottawa; 3. Atchison; 4. Highland Park; 5. Leavenworth. TV SERVICE Seven Teams In Franklin County League Meet Seven Franklin County League ligh schools competed in the an nual league track meet at Cook Field today. Williamsburg is the defending league king. Other schools enter ed were, Appanoose, Rantoul Princeton, Lane, Pomona anc Richmond. The meet was held during the morning. Brave Golfers Close Season Monday Here Ottawa University golfers wil close their season Monday when hey host the College of Emporia Presbtes in a dulal meet at the Ottawa Country Club Course. Ottawa has a five win, three loss and two tie record for the year. Players for OU are, Jim King, Darryl Lynde, Steve Shee ban, Stan Beltin and Paul Girling SPECIAL SALE • PLANT NOW BUY DIRECT FROM GROWER MEYER Z-52ZOYSIA GRASS EMERALD ZOYSIA GRASS ?"!:iilly Cirtified - Growth Guar«nlM«! HANDCUT 2' PLUGS ONLY $5.95 P« 100! NO SHIPPING CHARGES Step-on Plugjw 12.95 postpaid Prompt Shipment - Cajh with Ordw ENDS TONIGHT: Reg. Admission — ACADEMY AWARD WINNER — "THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA" -"Stage Struck" Plus REGULAR ADMISSION SUN.» MOM.« TUES. - WED. Feature: 2:10-4:35-7-9:25. Complete Shows: 1:45-4:10-6:35-9. Academy Award Winner Susan Hay\/ard Best Actress of the Year In This Picture SUGGESTED — ADLUT PICTURE SUSAN HAYWARD torrid and true! The story \ of Barbara Graham- The lost but never lonely sinner who got the roughest deal life ever dealt! — PLUS — Cartoon and News Mead tfmBUniteif Artiifs Wynn Pulls Neat Job In Beating Boston Red Sox By ED WlLKS Associated Press Sports Writer Every spring it's the same. Ask Manager Al Lopez who looks good and he'll point to a guy running in the outfield at the Chicago White Sox' training camp. I'Wynn," says Lopez. '/He always looks good." At 39, and in his 19th major eague season, Early Wynn is Lopez' prime example of a pitcher. Friday night he pulled off one of the sweetest jobs of his career, beating the Boston Red Sox and Tom Brewer l<d with a one-hitter and his own home run in a per- tormance that was the more remarkable because it was far from perfect. The only Red Sox hit was a first- nning single by .Pete Runnels, the second man Wynn faced. There were seven other base runners, all on walks—but Wynn left 'em hang- ng as he time and again battled )ack with strikeouts to get out of 'ams. He fanned 14. It was Wynn's 252nd victory, ops among active pitchers, and 38th shutout, tops in the American League. It also left the White Sox within a game of the front- running Cleveland Indians, who pulled off a whale of a job themselves in a 4-2, 10-inning victory over the New York Yankees on Tito Francona's three-run, two-out pinch homer. Kansas City shook Baltimore oose for a full share of third by beating the Orioles 6-3. Washington tossed another shovelful of dirt on Detroit, beating the Tigers 4-3 n 10 innings. In the National League, San Francisco beat Milwaukee 6-4, but the Braves retained a slim (.032) percentage-point lead over Los An- jeles, beaten 5-3 at Cincinnati Philadelphia beat the Chicago lubs 4-2 and St. Louis held off Pittsburgh 7-6. Ironically, it was Wynn's know tiow that barred his first no-hitter He had moved shortstop Luis Aparicio nearer third before pitch ing to the left-handed hitter Run nels—who bounced his single just :o the left of second base, where Luis would have put it away. Francona, now 3-for-4 with seven RBIs as a pinchhitter for the :ndians, put away a dandy pitch- ng victory for Cal McLish, who won his third without defeat. McLish had a three-hit shutout until the Yankees, who have lost six of their last seven, tied it 1-all with two out in the ninth. Frank House's two-run double riggered a four-run eighth inning that brought the A's from behind against losing reliever Ernie Johnson (2-1). Russ Meyer (1-0) was the winner in relief of Bob Grim. Harm Killebrew's second solo lome run beat the Tigers and Jim Bunning (0-3). Champ Floyd Warms Up With Brian London By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Heavyweight Champion Floyd Patterson said he wanted a "warmup" and that's just about what he got n methodically chopping down Britain's Brian London in the llth round of their title fight. It looked as if the lithe, 24-year- old champ could pull the string any time he wanted* Friday night. Floyd pulled it at 51 seconds of the llth with a jolting 'left hook to the jaw that sent the burly, 24 year-old Briton on his seat and then on his side for the full count. Whether the New Yorker was stretching it out or fighting it out as best as he could, the whole thing served to boost the spirits short of his elusive target. Patterson slid under most straight rights, of London's Horses Waiting For Derby Today LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP)-Eigh teen finely tuned horses, one a fil ly in a tradition smashing effort, quietly waited in their stalls today for the signal sending them in quest of riches and glory in the 85th Kentucky Derby. Although '18 remained eligible for the Churchill Downs mile and one-quarter race for 3-year-olds, there was a possibility only 17 Lions Win Tennis Honors Here Lawrence copped first and see- ond in doubles to win the NEKL .ennis championship at the Forest Park Court Friday. The Lions 1 teams of McNoun* Collister and Jackson-Anderson moved into the doubles finals to sweep the event. Lawrence had eight points to five for Highland Park. Ottawa scored three and Atchison had one. , Highland Park's Steve Wood whipped Ottawa's Bob Keelin in the finals of the singles, 6-0, iH). Wood took a semi-final victory from Garry Burke, Ottawa, 6-0, 6-0. Burke finishec' third. Keelin moved into the finals with a 5-7, 13-11, 0-7 win over Car roll of Highland Park. Keelin woii his preliminary match from Palmerlee, Lawrence, 6-2, 6-0. Burke took a first round win from Malo- Ingemar Johansson. "I think I have a good chance of being the next heavyweight champion,'• said the handsome undefeated Swede. Johansson, the European champion, meets Patterson at New York's Yankee Stadium, June 25. "Patterson was taking it e^asy,' Johansson said. "If he went out [rom the start and got down to business, he could have put him out any time." For a time it appeared Patterson might blast out the 10-1 long- shot early. The fast-punching 182V4 Patterson rocked his 208- pound rival in the first two rounds and then seemed to ease up. After that he beat a steady tat too to the reddening body of his game, powerless foe. In the eighth tie shook up London but it wasn'l until the 10th that he finally floored him. The end obviously was in sight and Patterson wasted no time in getting the kill. A barrage of sear ing body blows finished London London had practically no of fense. Mostly he jabbed with his left and most of his shots fel "Satisfaction Guaranteed" Furniture Upholstering Truck Seats Recovered Tarps ft Combine Canvas repaired. Canvas Awnings ROBERT BARNES "26 Ash Phone OH 2-324? We Install All Types of Electrical Outlets Ask for Free Estimates 24 Hour Service CLAREHCtMcFADOEH- BILL HULL Phone CH 2-3760 or CH 3-2430 - ENDS TONITE -The Bravados" and "Once Upon A Horse * * * * SUN.--MON.--TUES. Bob's Newest — First Run! Bring the Whole Family! Don't Miss It! We Personally Guarantee You'll Go for the Double Feature! SEE ATHINKING MAN'S WESTERN! " PLUS nd Feature . . . The Matchmaker "A Riot of Fun" Bring the Family Out Early -Eat at Our Snack Bar, Let Kids Use Our Free Playground and ENJOY 2 DANDY MOVIES. Of Course! Kiddies are Free 11 scheduled lor 4:15-4:45 p.m. (CBS.) Bowling Scores PAVEJl SACK LEAGUE Mfsdor-Woljtant — 3 High 10-30 — Wolfc-ast, 203, Ilumi-rlokl\u\is6. Christie 585. High 10-30 — P. Christie, 234, 579 Jaclison-FritlB — 1 High 10-30 — C. Jackson, 178, 509 PoKue-Gllborn — 3 High 10-30 — B. Pogue, 170, -194 lKVr-Lolsr — 2 High 10-30 — B, Lollar, 170, 463 Conllc-Cordlp — Z High 10-30 — K. Cordle, 197, 632 TV SERVICE KEEN COMPANY 114 S. Main Phone CH 2-3490 ney, Lawrence, 6-1, 6-3. Ottawa lost Loth first doubles matches. round FREE BOOKLET "How To Remove and Restore Finishes". Available at paint and hardware stores selling Strypeeze Paint Removers and Kwikeeze Brush Cleaner. I Dorothy Gray Masque Frappe KRAMER DRUG STORE 134 S. Main CH 2-205P ISST OTTAWA BOWL 418}$ N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 DYNAMIC LEAGUE I.ce's Cafe 1st 2nd 3rd Tl Rlcheson 135 132 178 445 J. Martin 187 168 165 520 M. Blrckhcad 173 186 187 54fi B. Wenthe 113 148 158 479 D. Heckman 2H 161 151 826 Alexander Insurance — 1 Sohn J67 108 MoFadden .. 147 147 Fllnsbaugh 137 151 Dunham 50-59 Grill — Z .140 118 L. Stewart 163 127 J. Finch 174 U4 Suffron 154 145 II. Alban 134 124 Willis Nursery — 2 M. Jones , 137 179 R. Crawford Ii6 162 R. Howell 12S 201 N. Saathoff 112 ]27 H. Doman H6 165 Reliable Transfer — 4 L. Wichman 153 201 P. Killlon IS7 186 V. Blen 173 150 ?.f. Thompson 203 138 T. VanLeidcn 173 167 rhlsm Const. Co. — 0 F. Pnliler 136 140 179 455 V. Chlsm 165 153 117 433 N. White U5 131 167 143 136 124 14S 150 220 154 108 147 142 114 189 134 188 171 167 133 176 4DS •130 4 It 403 44Q 508 45S 36ti 440 440 138 445 54R 544 4:>ll 474 516 NIGHT ILAWK LEAGUE Kami Bureau — 3 1st 2nd 3rd T'l 207 147 661 130 103 360 US 154 37« 101 144 39D 192 166 500 Allen ........... 104 Brockus ......... 154 Fred Simmons 187 Leo Logan 327 Rich Bob Koy Lambert 142 Malr-ncy Typewriter — l ItcDanlels 124 A. Bennett 114 Van Hooscn 113 Bussell ............... 123 llrucv Co — 2 C. Shnne .............. 141 B. Oaurtl« ............ 141 R. J. Davis ........... ISO Wnll« ............. 164 206 110 440 151 1B2 419 176 107 396 143 154 420 160 Del Heckman Bonds Cleaners — 2 B. Hc-n!cy ............. 174 L. Akcirs ............. ln9 C. Hicks .............. 187 n. Rybolt ............. 142 J. Hollnn ............ 177 Huss & Pals Tavern — 4 D. Rlcheson .......... 131 L. Stansbury ......... 105 Plersol ............ 113 111 112 ]22 1S6 137 114 145 110. 179 1S4 141 30« 142 "39S 139 391 171 521 163 460 140 428 130 444 156 453 145 46fl 169 540 197 157 154 167 Kobe 161 D. Heckmnn 187 Ottawa Co-op — o .T. Montgomery Ill B. Yakle I22 M. Acklty 124 E. Llk'henbcrfccr 138 IK. Smith 116 483 42» 130 223 46i' 150 133 444 164 166 517 145 106 362 121 141 384 105 118 347 164 103 405 131 171 418 TONIGHT: "GOODBYE, MY LADY" And "7TH VOYAGE OF SINBAD" in Color- T-A-U-Y SUN. -- MON. TUES. « WED. Continuous Shows SAT. and SUN. 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