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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JULY 30, I960 _„ Rlvor Ripples ~« nnd Outdoors with flnrnlil BrntiH fish and f e*t Repeated 30 Year* Apart I FMi »"<« Once a champ, always a champ Sometimes second choice was irrrfntahlv proven when are better than none at all Homrr Clark *r.. 311 fi Brown St.. even then they can be good eat- On- wo)Id's best all-time|ing. according to a feat he SOI Danforth Ave. did for thr first T.O >rars nflrrnoon. he and •jti In the IPfiO in*. Prospect street. "MR. GARLUND" DEBUT CBS one of trap shooter* repeated at the ««e C Indiana Slate Shoot IK) nut .11 JOT) targtts Tin Te|i uraph - .">" v.n •<*' column published Clark's original feat on Jul\ l!l There was only five days difference >n the 50->ear span, \\hcicver Clark shoots, he has a tremendous gal River fished for bluegill in a 'lough near Pleasant Hill. Ring- rring landed the largest bluegill hut thev were lacking in mmv lier e . However, the yellow-belly catfish were hungry and kept the men busv. They landed more trapshooting circles. 'inches in length. A veteran trapshooter explained i Frog seasson nas on \ y ' one that breaking the 199 targets in | m0 re month to go but 1910 was about equivalent to I umiaim, 13. of Grafton. already breaking 1.000 today because the| nas rac k e d up a tremendous powder in those days wasn't as ;scorp f or powerful as toda\. Clark headed \ v ith the tnn season. Williams, Mickey Wright Returns Favor In Golf Meet MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Mickey Wright and Betsy Rawlg arc staging a reciprocal aid act in the American Women's Open Golf Tournament here. n P;IT- First " was a P ultin 8 tj P from iTHIS FALL: "Mr. Garlund." a Price Mif!S R;wls - N^' 011 * 1 °P pri cllam - i new. weekly scries dramatizing from Spartanburg. S.C., the adva niures of a youthful tycoon, makes its debut on CBS. Friday. Oct. 7. Newcomer Charles Quinllvan hns bpen cnst in the litle role o' Frank Gfirlimd. .''0- year-old finiincial wizard who ha • become a living legend and whose life is a series of intrigue and conflict. Each episode of the series will be Introduced by H differ ent individual who has come in contact with Mr. Garlund and who has been affected In some way by the association. "JUST POLLY AND ME": Phil Silvers will team with Polly Bergen in "Just Polly and Me", original musical variety special to TV digest with John IX. Jones KTVI (Afct) «, KMOX (1)88) 4, USD (NBC) 0, KPLR U VV o o d „'| which gave LPGA tltlist Mickey 'renewed ability on the greens. Friday, Miss Rawls carded a 5- umler-par 70, the tournament's best round, to move Into second place with a 146 total. Betsy jcred- ilerl Miss Wright, from San Diego, Calif., for the six-stroke improvement over hev earlier round. "Mickey noted a flaw in my swing when we were playing to- to open the club (ace a bit more ion the down swing. As a result, I rordon i wasn't pulling the ball so much today." Miss Rawls' 36-34 round wiped out the Hiawatha Course's worn- of his step ien's record of 71. set in the open- Kumenui a» iuun>. «_iaii\ ucuucvi ivvlln j np assistance oi nis step-; . the professional rank of the Kan- , ath(M .. Nl , n Lemkemeier. Graf-«i n «. r . mlnrl of " 1P lnurney - V sas - Missouri - Oklahoma Trap ton, has tnken '2Vt frogs to date shooters Assn. in 1010 in.coinpe- on W aters on Calhoun Point tition at Oklahoma City. They | nmt j,ft rr ri tir k w ith » CumpInK Trip strong light and Williams gig> the frogs. They have taken as UnaI Sunk importance Earlier this week, the Henry McAdams'. Seminary street, vis- » lfi ». v as r ' '» ono ited their son. Bill McAdamv who is camping at Alley Springs. Mo., with John Harlown and .lohir men | Wedlg. Although the Me Adams l >° iltin K <"" lri relumed home, the young men continued their camping and planned a one-day float trip. be presented Saturday, Oct. 8 on CBS. Program was conceived and written by Nat Hiken. Bui Mil'key still held the lead, I Bold face denotes highlight? — shooting a :;>:1T--7'J for a 143 to-URi repeats. ; ,„,. That liert .he 1™™mentV KVEMKG, :',li-holc record. sel it) 19,w by Pat- 1 out that an acquaintance. Larry!' The importance of non-swim- life jackets while | with for even swimmers i' (>nc to have them handy was pointed'j 1 ' 3 out by C.'al DwlKgitiK of Twin Lakes Harbor Thursday afternoon. Dwiggins said that last ..Sunday a fast runabout craft ty Berg of St. Andrews. 111. ; Miss Berg was in third place i 1-oing into today's third round 1 Weekly •HJI.Y wj News Spot-i Tied at 149 were Mar- ( ier Hagge, Delray Beach, i d Katliy Cornelius, 1 Id. Ohio. i Spurgeon, of Eminence. Mo., is so certain of his skill as a fisherman and ol his own invented Crooked Hooker fish lure that he he offers a standing prize~;"Df $100 to anyone who can better him at fishing. The stipulation is that any challenger may use any artificial lure of his own :currying four persons struck a] submerged object near the Gold-j en Eagle Ferry, was punctured,! and sank quickly All were res-j cued by persons in nearby craft.; BALTIMORE (AP'i — General i choosing while Spurgeon his Crooked Hooker. Spurgeon even has Lane Refuses To Panic Visited Lake Several members of the Alton Motorboat Club enjoyed a week of boating and skiing at Snug Harbor, Osage Beach on the Lake Manager Cleveland Frank Lane of thej Indians, sometimes' uses |of the Ozarks last week. The known as frantic Frank, \iewsl the attendance slump at Cleve-! land with front office calmness. book group "We're not pushing the panic! included the Harold (button." Lane said while visiting; Jlleks, the Floyd Roderfeldsl Baltimore on a road trip withj , the Lester Langers and fam-1the Indians. "Other people] open to anyone. Other Missouri my. A s an example of how much! seemed more concerned with the ' veteran anglers say that Spur-1 boating they did, Jilek said that! sizP of OU r crowds that we are." i matches on which his offer geon could easly be considered fi:00-(2> light. (4i The Big 4 (5) Pioneer (11) This Is Alice 6:30—(2) Dick Clark: Jimmy Clanton. Johnny and the Hurricanes, Jerry Wallace and a new singing group, the Demensions are guests. (4) Perry Mason: Mason is confronted with an unusual case when an employe of a diamond firm is charged with a robbery and a young typist disappears in "The Case of the Terrified Typist". (R). ( 5) Bonanza: (Color) The boys become suspicious of a SUNDAY, JULY 31 7:00—(4) Give Us This Day 7:15— (4) Big Picture 7:45—(4) Early Riser one of state. the best anglers in the he used two cases of outboard Cleveland has drawn 656,802; g:13-(4) Christian Science: How oil ito miles in his motor which adds up! tans for their first 39 home dates, i unD , e .. sant traits o{ nilcs and miles of riding. | ne mninnrp ri with 862.825 for the' u "P' edSdnt tldltb of Williams Finds Bunning Soft As in Bygone Days NEW YORK (AP)-The 29th of July was just another day in the baseball season to the average major leaguer but to slugger Ted Williams and pitcher Jim Bunning it was sort of an anniversary. it again. Bunning was the pitcher as compared with 862,825 for the same period last year. That's thei biggest decline in the major i leagues. j Lane said the Indians got off to a fast start in 1959 and "all but won the pennant" (finishing second, five games behind Chicago). The home attendance shot to 1,497,976, he said, because "the fans can can and the bases were loaded withl^JS? . out l ° S6e M , t , „ te _ , „ I 'This year we didnt get oil to Red Sox in the third inning. Wil-| such a good starti » 1^^ sald . liams smashed his 17th grand-("Then the team softened up and slam homer, equalling Babe | fell into a slump. It was on July 29, 1955 that j Ruth's total. Ted finished with two; " We should P ick up agala Williams met Bunning for the first home runs and seven runs batted! 'hough, because we have some time. Bunning, a rookie only in I in. g°° d P la >' ers on our dub ' his second week with the Detroit! j u ) y 29, I9(j0 . . . Friday night J Tigers, was slated to pitch against j Again Williams faced Bunning in the Boston Red Sox in Fenway jthe third inning of a scoreless Park. ;game with runners on first and A long-time Williams admirer third and two out. This time Ted from a distance—Bunning. before the game, sought an introduction bashed a single to score Don! Buddin with the only run of the to the great slugger. Less than!game in Boston's 1-0 victory. an hour after their friendly chat, Ted teed off on a Bunning fast ball i and hammered it into the right field bleachers for a home run. Three years later on July 29, j the Tigers and Red Sox were at! Seixas Bids For Penn Title League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League HAVERFORD, Pa. (AP) - Vic Seixas, the 36-year-old former United States and Wimbledon champion, says he is only a week- — ! end player now. But ho is bidding Batting (based on 200 or more strongly for the at bats) — Smith, Chicago, .326; Lawn Tennis title. Skowron, New York, .324. Pennsylvania Tennis Players Renew Rivalry KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — j Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield, I Calif., and Bill Lenoir of Tuscon, iAriz., renew their tennis rivalry i today in the semifinals of junior ! singles in the National Junior and iBoys Tennis Championships. in the other semifinal, Frank iFroehling of Coral Gables, Fla., | plays Bill Bond of La Jolla, Calif. ; The top-seeded Ralston defeat- jt-d 16-year-old Charles Pasarell of ScuUurce, R.P.R. 2-6, 9-7, 6-1 ini ers Friday's quarter-finals. be removed. 8:30—(2) American Townhall (4) Why Is It So? (5) Playgrounds Gateway 9:,00—(2) Fisher Family (4) Lamp Unto My Feet: "Madonna to the -Ragpickers", story of a Japanese girl who aided slum dwellers. (5) Protestant Hour 9:30—(2) Herald of Truth (4) Look Up and Live: Mahalia Jackson guest in "The Gospel Song". (5) This Is The Life 10:00— (2) (51 Christophers (4) Faith of Our Fathers 10:30—12) Faith for Today (4) Camera Three: "Saul and the Witch of Endor" opera. tR> (51 Where Were You? Message of Rabbi Way of Life Industry on Parade Social Security Americans at Work Sacred Heart Caucus Report From Rio: Highlights of the Rio De Janeiro Baptist World Congress featur ing Dr. Billy Graham. ill) This Is The Answer 11:00—12) (4) (51 11:15-12) (5) 11:30—12) (4) (5) 11:45—(2) 12:00-(2) (4) (5) Ask a Priest League of Women Vot- Montage Home Hunters Guide The third-seeded Lenoir breezed south Africa's Rodney Mandel-! (11) Make Believe Isle R M n M v ,* «9-I Se ' XaS> ° f PniladeU)hia - Cached slam of Johannesburg 6-2, 6-3. j 12:15-<5) News: Walt Williams Runs-Mantle, _New York, 82. the serni fi na i s Fri day. defeating second-seeded Froehling beat un-il2:30-(2) Bildor's Showcase Mari«, New York. 71. Ramsey Earnhart. of Los Ange- heralded David Reed of Glendale, : (5) Movie: "The Detec u *t ,1 • MI KT n .,, —-^,- llflcUUcu ftiviu l\l.'i:u ui uicuuaiu, \w xuuviv. *•«& *^«.*.*.w v«i £ ~N v^U ffl les ' Ml M ' ThC 19 -y ear -° ld Cal ' Calif.. 6-3. 9-7. and fourth-seeded I live". See Sat. 10:30 p.m. Sh. 5 York. 81: Skowron, New York, 69. if0 rnian never broke Seixas' pow.; BomJ ellmlnate d another South; " Hits—Smith, Chicago, 116; Minoso. Chicago, 114. Doubles -r Skowron. New York, 23: Allison, Washington, 21. Triples — Robinson, Baltimore, Fox, and Aparicio, Chicago and Becquer, Washington, 6; seven tied with 5. Home runs—Mans, New York, 31; Mantle, New York and Lemon. Washington, 26. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chicago, 27; Landis. Chicago, 14. Pitching (based on 10 or more decision) — Coates, New York, 9-2, .818; Stobbs, Washington, 8-2, erful serve. ; Afl . JL . an Tim Heckler of Kimber"I'm not competing regularly—i | ( ,y, 7.,^ 0.3. a week here and perhaps the na-; i,, bo y . s ' 15-and-under singles tionnls." Seixas said al the Me- semifinals. Mike Belkin of Miami rion Cricket Club. ,Beach, Fla., meets third-seeded Today Seixas faces Ron Holm-1 Ham Magill of Athens, Ga., and berg, of Brooklyn, N.Y., the top- second-seeded Martin Schad of seeded American. Holmberg de- Louisville, Ky., faces feated Crawford Henry, of Allan-!Jan Kucera of San Francisco. ta, 6-4, 6-2. More Americans have been ill) Movie: Johnny Mack Brown: "Boss of Bullion City" Western. 1:00—(21 Cartoon Classics (4) Movie: Frank Morgan: "Stranger in Town" (1943) A vacationing jurist exposes a small-town political ring, unranked 1:30—(2) Movie: Wheeler and Woolsey: "The Cuckoos" (1930) Comedy. Rod Laver, of Australia, thei kil i ed on the highways than on top-seeded foreign player, reached j the battlefields during the en- the semifinals with a 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 ( tire history of the United Statss. victory over Whitney Reed, of Alameda, Calif., the third-seeded ,800. ! American. The contest went to Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, three match points. 132; Pascual, Washington, 106. Luver will play Bob Mark, an- SPORTSMAN'S National League Batting 'based on 200 or more al bats i — Mays. San Francisco and Larker, Los Angeles, .344: Ashburn. Chicago, .324. Runs — Mays, .San Francisco, 72; Brulon and Mathews. Milwaukee, 68. Runs batted in—Banks, Chicago, O; Aaron. Milwaukee. 77 Hils — Groat, Pittsburgh. 128: Mays, San Francisco, 121. Doubles — Pinson, Cincinnati, 27; May*, San Francisco, 25. Triples—Pinson. Cincinnati and White, St. Louis. 8; Bruton. Milwaukee and Kirkland, San Fran- 7. other Australian. Finals In Gals 9 Golf KANSAS CITY <AP> — Sandra Spu/idi, an Indianapolis grade school teacher with a Hair for the big play, was matched with Ann Casey Juhnstone. a tournament veteran, in today'* final round of I he 60th Women's Western Golf, Tournament at Mission Hills course. The 2. v .->wir-old Miss Spu^ich, tabbed herself a serious conten- Home run* - Banks. Chicago (1 '' r <<arl > '" " M w ** k b > - sideli " and Aaron. Milwaukee 28; "V the dflcnrlmg champion. Jo Maihews, Milwaukee and Allll<J Gundi-rson. Friday she Ban Francisco. 21 scored a convincing •! and 3 Vic- Stolen bases — Pinson. Cincm- '«'» W' her semiliual opponent, IK»U, Si M">s, San Francisco, Jud > Kimlwll ol Grimes, loua #). Mis .JohustuiK-, ol Mason Cil>,, nttas'fd on 10 or more Iowa reached the 'itj-holt, ™ Williams, Los Ange- lound uilh a 2 and 1 USING A WORM AND FLY COMBINATION 2:00—(4) Charlie Chan 2:30—(4) Last of Mohican*. (4) Cameo Theatre: "Man Without a Country" (11) Movie: Charles Winninger' "The Sun Shines Bright" (1953) A small town judge seeks re-election in post-Civil War Kentucky. 3:00—i4i Lei's View the News 3:13-<-l) Inside KMOX-TV 3:30—i2) Brave Stallion (4) Musical Theatre: "Hoarmg Twenties" famous actress's interest in their father in "Magnificent Adah". Ruth Roman.>(Ri ill' Sevrn League Boots 7:00— '->> High Roadl: "PHkiv t an -- _ visit to one of Asia's neu Republics. 'R' III i Code :' 7.;iCi_i;.• i LiM\r It To Braver: When Wally's friends air caught choiUiiiR during an exam, they shift (he blame to \Vnlly in "Wally's Test". (R) (.4) Wanted — Dead or Alice: Harry Towncs stars as a crazed Army officer who tries to incite an Indian war and ex- etW Randall. (R). (5) Man and the Challenge: Barton is hired to find the missing crewmen of an Ah' Force plane lost in the Amazon Jungle iRi ill) Movie: Robert Wilcox. Judith Biitivit: "Armored Car" i.lfi:;7' Drama ol a clever high- jack ;irtist mid his fight to evade an ;ice <leli'cij\c. S:0(>—i'-' 1 L;i\vrrmr Welk i-li Mr. Luc'kj: Lucky iisr-s the diinkci-s' code of "hair of the dog" to overcome terror methods of mi underworld character seckiny to claim Lucky'sj bo;il. iR'. j (ji The Deputy: Fry. Larnson and McCord go after! three escaped killers in "Black I to Glory." iRi j 8:30— <4'i Have Gun, Will Travel: In an attempt to reconcile two feuding brothers, Paladin finds himself marked for death in "Hunt the Man Down". (R) Q i World Wide '60—"Jamboree". Herb Shriner goes to Colorado for the Boy Scouts' SUNDAY, JULY 31 (5) Amos 'n Andy 4:00—(2) Jim Bowie (4) Close-Up: Congressional candidates for Second District, Missouri, quizzed by League of Women Voters. (5) My Little Margie (11) Hours of Stars: Robert Horton. Jack Kelly star in "Ellie". 4:30—(2.) Michaels in Africa (4) Face The Nation (5) Sherwood Forest 5:00—(2) Funday Funnies (4) FYI: "Paris Comment: Elections U.S.A." (5) Meet The Press (11) Texas Rangers 5:30—(2) The Lone Ranger (4) 20th Century: "The Addicted: Profile of a Young Addict". Part One. (R) lo'i Fun Fare (11) Movie: Tallulah Bankhead, William Bendix: "Lifeboat" (1944) Story of survivors of a torpedoed ship. EVENING PROGRAMS 6:00—(2) Broken Arrow: Apaches almost take the life of a photographer whom Jeffords has brought to the reservation in "Devil Eye". (R) . (4) Lassie: Timmy's world collapses when a pet homing pigeon, which he and Lassie trained, fails to return home on her maiden flight. (R) (5) Overland Trail: A woman outlaw tries to get Flip to let her escape in "High Bridge". Whitney Blake. (R) 6:30—(2) Maverick: Bret wins a herd of sheep in a poker game after the stage in which he's riding breaks down in "Flock of Trouble". (R) (4) Dennis The Menace: Predictions of a gypsy fortuneteller come home to roost when strange noises emanate from beneath Mr. Wilson's house. (R) 7:00—(4) Ed Sullivan: Gordon and Sheila MacRae, Harry James and his orchestra, Wayne and Shuster, Jane Morgan and Henny Youngman headline the show. (5) Music on Ice: (Color) "Upbeat, U.S.A". June Valli among guests. (11) Behind Closed Doors 7:30— (2) Lawman: Troop asks an alcoholic to keep his daughter home, while a rugged crew of cowhands are in town in "The Hardcase". Don Drysdale, Dodger star pitcher is featured. (R) (11) Movie: Lew Ayres: "All Quiet on the Western Front" (1930) World War 1 story of the German soldiers. 8:00—(2) The Rebel: Y u m f i clears an old man of the charge of grave robbing in "The Un- 90th Anniversary Jamboree. (U) Marry a Millionaire. 9:00-(2) Jubilee U.S.A.". Singers Faron Young. Wanda Jackson, Shtig Fisher guests. (41 Gunsmoke: Dillon plays a waiting game before tangling with a hired assassin in order to learn the identity of the person who has bought the killer's services. (R) (11) Wrestling 9:30-(4) San Francisco Beat (5) Death Valley Days 10:00—(21 Highway Patrol (4) News: Spencer Allen (5) Mike Hammer HI) Movie: Alex Guinness: "Last Holiday" HJKiO: English* A man who believes he Is dying of a fatal disease takes a last fling — and learns there isi more to living than he ever imagined. 1C: 10— (4) Weather: Fontaine 10:15— (4) Movie: Katharine Hepburn. Walter Huston: "Dragon Seed" (1944) Film version of Pearl Buck's famed novel of a Chinese family caught in a war. 10:30—(2) The Californians. (5) Movie: Alec Guinness, Joan Greenwood: "The Detective" (1954: English) A priest turns detective. 11:00—(2) Panic 11:30—(2) Movie: Tony Wright: Lee Patterson; "The Spmnarrl'- Curse" (1957: English) An innocent man convicted of murder j puts a Spanish cnrsr on the [»'"-I p|f responsible' lor tin comic tion. (ID Movie: Kent Ta\lor. Cathy Downs: "Phantom from 10,000 Leagues" il9oiii Si-icnc' fiction of an undersea monster. 12:25—(.")) News 12:30—(5) Movie: Dan Terry. Ona Munson: "Drums of the 1 Congo" U942) An Arm> Intelligence' man goes to Africa to recover a fallen meteorite. (Ill News 12:-13— (<li Movie: Dick Powell, Priscilla Lane: "Cowboy from Brooklyn" (1938) A radio cowboy gets involved in a rodeo. 1:30—(5) Weather Report 2:05—(4) Give Us This Day The Telepraph's Daily Rndio Chart SATtTRtlAY KSD (HBO) 60* RO W1DW (MBS) «• EC KMOX (CM) 11MRO «WH ismio N; JftrklM S, i> N; Masott Maim: N N: Afternoon 8. Aft«rMM Hawks Burnet; 8 ; Mchtrd • Retard K. Richard AP N To Vtti Monttor cam 3: Mason Mason; N N: Ooddard B. Go^dard Goddard; S N; Monitor Monitor S. Mason »* »» 3: Mason Mason: N N; Festival J. Festival N: R. Record N: R. t Record N, Monitor Monitor 3rand Ole Opry Band Concert N; R. _ Record N; R Shop Record Shop AP H Mtmprtts N .t. Buck N; R. N; MemorlM Mtnjorfc* MemorlMi H N; Buck J, Bl|Ck N: R. K6C0TQ N; R. Record STTNDAY 8 M 15 45 4» 10 •0 -IB J* .«* 11 M IS .M .4.1 12 .M 15 JO .45 r. M. 1 •o .15 JO .49 2 40 .U JO wanted". (R) ! ' (4) GE Theatre: Richard | Greene and Robert Strauss costar as rival tv news camera men in Acapulco to film the arrival of survivors from a torpedoed freighter in "Hot Footage". (R) (5i Mystery Shosv: (Color) A psychiatrist kills his wife and leaves the country with a girl posing as his wife in "Enough Rope". Richard Carlson, Joan O'Brien. 8:30-(2) The Alaskans: Silky seeks shelter in a cabin and becomes involved in a couple's marital troubles in "Peril at Caribou Crossing". (R) (4) Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A press agent doesn't balk at murder when his scheme for success is threatened in "Madame Mystery". Joey Baker, Audrey Totter. (R) 9:00—(4) Lucy in Connecticut: Lucy decides to go into the poultry business much to her latter regret. (R) (5) Loretta Young: An architect and a woman playwright vie for the same "Penthouse". (R) 9:20—(11) News: Bob Lurie 9:30—(2). Johnny Staccato: Ai woman is accused of slaying her j husband and her lawyer asks Staccato to help prove her innocence in "Solomon". (R) (4) What's My Line? (5) The Vikings: A wily pirate captain mans his ship with Viking captives in "Galley Slaves". ( (U) Open End: "Always Leave Them Laughing" top comedy writers are guests. 10:00—(2) Rendezous (4) CBS News Special (5) Grand Jury 10:15—(4) News, Sports, Weather 10:jO— (2i Movie: Ginger Rog ers. David Niven: "Bachflo Mother" (1939' A salesgirl find: an abandoned baby. (4t Movie: Esther Wil Hams, Johnny Jonston: "Thi; Time for Keeps" (19471 Story o a young man's hectic romanc with an acjuaeade star. (5) Man From Interpol 11:00—(5) Divorce Court 12:00-(5) News 12:05—(5) Quest for Adventure 12:10—(2) Movie: Maria Montez Jean Pierre Aumont: "Wicked City" (1951 > Romance betweei a sailor and a cabaret girl. (4) Movie: Ann Dvorak. "Midnight Alibi" (1934) A spin ster's friendship with a Bowery bum is basis of story. I2:30-ill) News 12:35—(5) Weather Report 1:15—(4) Late News Roundup 1:20—(4) Give Us This Day 3 .*0 .15 J* .45 4 .M £ .30 .45 6 .45 .15 JO .41 10 11! N: Roundup Icwish Pnm. ''hrlstinn 99. Living Art Bible Class I* II H'lind winn N; W; S Explorer Church of Alf •• » it N. Music R Music N Club t:i80 Club P;oip«t«nU N: Pulpit Radio Pulpit (.ruiade M Proonecy N: rabsrnact* Tabernacle 1.. Invitation N; Club 1380 Club N Club nso Club V. Stars Profiles: N Lutherans Rev. l.owman N; S Music Music; S N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Brunch Brunch 3rd Bapt. N: Murrow K Murrow Muny Best N; Club 1380 Club N; Club 13SO Club N Prevue f'revue N Rtuncb Italian Hr. N; S rjir Dooley Fan In Stands Interview N. Club i::80 Club N: Club 1380 Club N. Brunch Brunch Th« World Dr. Barnhouse Carda-Phltlles (at St Louis) N: Club 1380 Club N. Club 1380 Club N: Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor Hymns G. Tidings C. People N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Monitor Monitor Baot. Hr. ti »f Hymns N: Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N: Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor Dr. Pierce Back to God Music Cards-Phillies N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Soss On me Luw Press Meet Headlines E. Canham T. Grant G. Solcolsky N: dub 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor S: Report Overseas Tarnburltza N: Club 1380 Club N: dub 1380 Club N: Monitor Monitor S. Time S; Time Time; N N: S Mitch Miller ,» t» Miller: Trto N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N; Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor Sign Off J. Dollar Suspense N: Club 1380 dob N; Club 1380 dub 'N: Llvlni P. Llvlni Catholic* Have Gun- it tf Gunsmoke N: Club 1380 dub N: Club 1380 Club AP N Washlnctoa Memories N: Smith Apathy Danger Face Nation N; dub 1380 dub N: dub 1380 Club N: Memories Memories ' Memories: N N; Cloakroom C. Cloakroom B. Anthony N: dub 1380 Club N; Club 1380 dub MONDAY 7 8 9"- W .41 10 11 12 * 12 «• IS MONDAY. AUGUST 1 A SUNKEN Pty wrrn A BIT Of WORM ON ITS HOOK IS AN EXCELLENT LURE FOR MOST QAME-AND PANFtSH. IT COM* BINES THfc APPEARANCE OP A FLV WITH THE SCENT Of A UVB •ATT. THUS fT AIDS THB BAIT FISHERMAN IN SWITCH* INS) TO THE USB OP FLI68 BECAUSE ITS SUCCESS FOB" TER6 CONHIPBNCE IN Pi.166. ««•'»*• Ith, 11-3, ^CuRoebuck, Los An- gelt*, 1-2, .Kff* user Judy a Cuiu* C u p Btll oT Wichita, Kan. FtY- ANO -V/OBM 16 FfSHgp 11KB A WET FLYj ADVANCED ®, AMO PAU6EO OR POOPPSP •ACK (S), IH SPURTS. WHEN A WSH TAKKS^ SET HOOK M- FORE HSH f ufccr« rrs awoc »*uui£*l mLi WiW^^PBpl^B* ^1P' MOMMY, AUGUST 1 5:40-(4i Give Us This Day 5:45—i4) News: Tom Brooks 6:00—(4) Town 'n Country 6:30-141 P.S. 4: Math. 7:00— (4) Morning St. Louis. Newts-Weather 7:03, 7:20. 7:45. , (5) Today: News casts- 7:25 and 8:25 a.m. 8:00—12) Camera Two (41 News: Grinikby 8: l."»—(2-1 Cartoon Time (41 C'apl. Kangaroo 9:DO- i'.'i Jack LaLaniir Show i )i J)i ccaiber Bude i.")' 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MONDAY, Al!(;t!ST 1 •1:00—<2' American Bandstand (4) SS Popeyc <5) You Asked For It 4:30-141 Movie: Judy Garland, Mickey Ruoney: "Girl Crazy" (1943i The sou of a rich mat) goes to school in the west. lai Life of Rilt-y j;OU—C.'i C'apl. (Ju'llunl 151 WruDHlcr's Club: First 15 minutes in color. HP Sgi. Pi stoii ,">:.'JO--1^1 Ni-v.s: M fill .SuspeuM' j:-k>~-(^' Wiatlici: 5:4J—(2 1 Curluon TiiviP loi lluiilley - Briukley He port (Hi Three Stooges SPORTSMAN'S PIGEST CATFISH TIPS •BULIHCAP' Yesterday's Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Batting — Ted Williams, Red Sox, the 41-year-old slugger singled in the only run as Boston's Bill Monbouquotte won a 1-0 hurling duel from Detroit's Jim Bunning. Pitching — Vinegar Bend Mizell, Pirates, the tall southpavr hut'led a two-hit shoutout over the Cubs for his sixth victory since he was traded to Pittsburgh by SI. Louis earlier this season. I OB. WNKgR A •nSH-F/NPBR* Rid LBTtt A mW TAKB BAIT ANO SWIM AWAV WITHOUT IUJBUNS THK SINKW'S VVBIOHT TO ALARM HIM. 8WIVBL PHeVeWTS SINK* BV6 aUPINQ DOWN TO HOOK CURING CAST. UNB PAV« OUT THROUGH SINKER'S BXC WHBN PISH SWIMS AWAV. err Reet'8 DRA6 UU6T TI6MT ENOUGH TO AVOID CLACK WHILE AWAIT (NO PISH. THIS R16 16 IPBAU IN STILU-PI6HINQ FOR OTHBR BOT* TOM-FEEPINfl, HOOK-SHV FISH. CATFISH PBBO SBBT AT NIQHT, PAWN, ON DARK, CLOUPX OAVS. US CUEAR WATM TURNS MUPPfe HAW HBM>B| MfAMUC The United Stales plans a ne'-v passport with plastic covers to stand rough handling in al) types of weather, and would not be spoiled by spilled liquids. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" TV SERIES for Evtryon. KMOX-TV Chan. 4 Swday ItlS O .m. StMday RADIO Program Ktt-IIO

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