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JULY 6, 1933.
Mrs. Moody Wins Again Helen Gains Wimbledon Nel Finals by Beating German. li/i United Pre s* WIMBLEDON, England, July 6. Mrs. Helen Wills Moody today reached the finals of the Wimbledon women's tennis singles by scoring a 6-4, 6-3 victory over Hilda Krah winkel of Germany. Dorothy Round, prim little Eng lish Sunday school teacher, pre vented an all-America final in the women's singles when' she defeated Helen Jacobs, American champion, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2, in a semi-final round match. She plays Helen Wills Moody for the title. Ellsworth Vines, defending cham pion, and Jack Crawford, Aus tralian ace, won their way into the men's finals Wednesday and will tangle in the title tussle Friday. Vines, who beat Henri Cochet of France in easy fashion Wednesday, is a 6 to 4 favorite. ♦ Calendar ♦ AMERICAN ASSOCIATION tv. L. Pet. Columhu* I5 29 .068 Minneapolis .. 43 35 .551 St. Paul II 38 .519 INDIANAPOLIS 37 35 .311 Toledo 49 38 .513 Louisville 36 12 .462 Milwaukee 34 40 .459 Kansas City . 31 50 .383 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L. Pet. W. L Pet. Washlng'n 47 25 5553 Cleveland. 37 40 .481 New York 45 28 616 Detroit . . 36 39 .480 Phlla ... 37 36 507 Boston . 31 42 .425 Chicago... 36 38 .487 St, Louis . 29 50 .367 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L. Pet. W. L Pet New York 44 27 .620 Boston ... 37 38 .493 3t Louis . 40 34 540 Brooklyn. . 33 38 .465 Pitts 39 35 .527 Cincinnati. 33 43 .434 Chicago .. 39 38 506jPhila 31 43 .419 Games Today AMERICAN ASSOCIATION INDIANAPOLIS at Kansas City (night). Louisville at Milwaukee. Columbus at St. Path Toledo at Minneapolis. AMERICAN LEAGUE No games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE No games scheduled. Results Yesterday AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee at Kansas City; no game; played previously. Only one game scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE Cincinnati 100 002 000— 3 10 2 Chicago 400 100 OOx— 5 7 1 Derringer, 8i Johnson. Frey and Hems ley. Manlon; Tinning and Hartnett. St Louis 102 200 010— 6 12 1 Pittsburgh 000 040 30x— 7 14 0 Walker, Svl Johnson, Mooney, Carleton and Wilson; Meine, H Smith Hoyt, French and Plclnich. Only two games scheduled AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 000 000 020— 2 7 0 Philadelphia 121 000 OOx— 4 6 0 Weiland. Kline, L, Brown and R. Fer rell; Oliver and Madjeski. Chicago 010 007 200—10 9 0 Cleveland 301 002 000— 6 10 2 Kimsey, Faber, Gregory , Lyons and Grube; Harder, Connahy, Pearson and Mvutt. \ Detroit 003 202 Oil— 9 16 0 St. Loui,s 000 003 010— 4 6 1 Bridges and Hayworth; Blaeholdcr. Mc- Donald and Shea. New York and Washington, idle. Semi-Pro and Amateur Notes Glenn's Valiev downed Citizens Giants of Indianapolis in a slugfest Tuesday, 17 to 13 The Valley Club plays Shelbyvllle Prescots Sunday at Glenn's Valley. For Karnes write R G. Sutton. Greenwood. R. R. 2. Monte Carlos lost their second same of the season Sunday to Fortville Merchants, sto 1. Ktngard. pitching for Merchants, let the Cards down with two hits. Spann and Baldwin, formerly with Indianapolis Recorders, have been signed by the Carlos and will be in the lineup Sunday when they play Canadians at Haughville dia mond. For Rames. write Martin Moore, 1800 Northwestern avenue. Schedule for Saturday at 3 p. m. in the Leisure Hour League is: School No. 2 vs. Washington at Manual field. Oak Hill vs. School No 34 at Brookside No. 2: Garfield vs. lthodius at Garfield No. 1. School No 22 leads the league with six victories and one defeat, followed by Gar field. which lost two games out of seven startß. Beech Grove Reds lost to Bargersville Sunday, but defeated Martinsville on July 4. Due to a cancellation, Reds have Sun day open. Strong teams call Beech Grove 33-W. or write N. E. Terhune, 88 South Eleventh avenue. Beech Grove. Bargersville Merchants defeated Beech Grove Reds Sundav, Bto 1 Next Sunday, Merchants play Enstern All-Stars. Negro nine, at Bargersville. Centra! Transfer A. C. split a double header with Ben Davis, winning *he first game. 14 to 11. and dropping tne second, IS) to 11. The contests were loosely played. Transfers tackle Bridgeport Blues next Sundav at 1 p m. All players are asked to report at 11:30 a m. at 1029 South Alabama street. Transfers would like to sign a good pitcher. Report to J. R. Dean at the above address. Oak Hill Flashes are without a game for Sunday Write W. E. McCorkhill. 2308 Fernway street, or call Ch. 1543-W. Belleville ran its victory string to six Tuesday by defeating Clayton, 7 to 5, and Indianapolis Ramblers. 15 to 10. For games with Belleville, write H. B. Walton. R. R. 1. Clayton. St. Patrick Shamrocks defeated Assump tion A. C , 21 to 6. Sunday in a Catholic League game. Greenwood defeated Lux Laundry Sun day. 8 to 2. and won from Porters Camp. 7 to 2. Tuesday, Greenwood nas won ten ?ames and lost only one. Aug. 13 is open or a fast road game. Strong teams write Kelly Johnson. Greenwood. ,Fortv-ninth Street Trojans trounced xty-nrst. 12 to 6. Rich leading the lack with four hits and McNeal starring the field. Model Creamery nine desires a game for Sunday on the road. Phone Dr. 0010. or write N K. Ploughe. 5025 Carvel street. Indianapolis The Modeis defeated Hope Independents. 4 to 2. Tueslay Dates open are July 9. 16. 23 and 30. Bargers ville take notice. Indianapolis Bleaching plavers are to report at Perry stadium at 1 p m for Saturday's benefit game with Indianapolis Braves Bleachers play Lux Laundry Sun day at 230 at Grande park. July 16 is Gentlemen’s Fine Clothes MADE TO ORDER KAHN Fernnd Floor Kahn Hide. Lowest Rates I 20 MONTHS to pay WOLF SUSSMAN Inc, 239 W. WASH. ST. ■ Oppoglte Statfliousc B Annex Parochial Indoor Title ’ ‘ '' * r ; .y, ~.. ITt '■■■■ • '.'.y -yj' TANARUS, • l&gfl■ £-; & fMEIaV nr .. pennant in the Parochial Indoor Baseball League, which was composed of eight teams in cluding, Holy Cross, Cathedral, Little Flower. St. Philip’s, Our Lady of Lourdes, St. Anthony, St. Francis De Sales, and St. Pat rick's, was won by the Holy Cross R f HOOTING ..vf; v— PA Q COME very funny things happen in golf. Although the game is ancient, played with ultra etiquet and governed by many rules, still there are times when a complete let down of players or officials places it on a plane with mumble-peg. tt a tt Recently some eighty golfers took to the links at Pleasant Run and Coffin munici pal courses and sought places on a four man team to represent Indianapolis in the national public links golf champion ship to be held at Portland, Ore., Aug. 1 to 5. The test was thirty-six holes of medal play golf and the eligibility re quirements set down by the the United States Golf Association were stringent. tt tt tt Three young golfers of known ability batted their way to unchallenged places on the team. Johnny McGuire, captain of the 1932 team; Dave Mitchell, who was medalist in the national championship of 1931 at St. Paul, Minn., and Clark Espie who also made the 1932 team, were high and dry when the scores were added. The fourth place had two claimants, little Bobby Dale of Riverside and Leslie Mues ing. Pleasant Run star. tt tt tt Plans already had been established whereby the Indianapolis team was and is to travel to the Portland event by plane. Major Charles E. Cox. superinten dent of the municpal airport will be at the controls. After Date and Muesing tied, first suggestions were that both be taken on the trip, one to serve as an alternate. However, at a meeting of the Indian apolis Public Links Association Wednesday night, John 'Niblack, president, set all those rumors at rest with the very em phatic statement that Indianapolis will be represented by four and the Muesing-Dale deadlock would come up for a links settle ment at G<*ff>n next Sunday afternoon at 2. a a a Although it has always been our impres sion that the rule followed in settling medal play ties was to play a full round of 18 holes, or 36 holes as the original tournament may suggest, then if another tie exists, play another 18 hole round, we arp advised in settlement of this partic ular tie, Muesing and Dale will play 18 holes and then if they are still tied they will play on to the nineteenth hole, twen tieth or so on until one player takes that tatal excess stroke. Well, maybe that's the way to do it. after ali. open. Beech Grove notice. Write 3. D. Samples, 1525 West New York street. Indianapolis Bulldogs will not play Glenn's valley team Sunday, as stated previously, but will go to Advance instead for a return game. All players meet at Indianalo park at 12:30 sharp. For games in August write Forrest Henderson, 2231 North Rural street. Clayton take notice. The bulldogs have July 23 open. The Hilton U. Brown Juniors will prac tice Friday at Riverside diamond No. 1 at 2 p. m. All players are requested to be there. Carver and Stevenson take notice. Ben Davis Merchants will play the X. A. N. A s at 12:30 Sunday anu will meet the Plainfield Commercials at 3 p m. Both games will be played on the Merch ants' diamond. Ben Davis downed the Central Transfers in the second game of a double-header, 20 to 11. Tuesday, after losing the first game, 14 to 11. McQuinn Enters Garden Races Harry McQuinn, well-known local dirt track pilot, will drive a Morgan Blue Streak special equipped with a Dryer head in the race program at Walnut Gardens’ half-mile oval Sunday. McQuinn is known as a money driver, and has turned in several victories on midwestern tracks. Several other star pilots have entered the field for Sunday’s events, include H. Schlosser of Cin cinnati. who tri umphed in the last Garden event, Verne McCombs of Chicago, Ever ett Rice of Craw fordsville, John DeCanip of Rich mond and Ray Thomas. Jimmy Brown. Ralph Cutshaw, Roy Lei- McQuinn las and Charles Crawford of Indianapolis. Craw ford will drive the Rose Tire Spe cial which formerly was piloted by Benny Benefield. Other stars also are entered. Four races, including a twenty-five-mile feature, are card ed to start at 2:30 p. m. Time trials will start at 10 a. m. “AVALON RESTAURANT - 118 EAST WASHINGTON W'e Serve Breakfast. Lunch and Dinner Special for Friday Hiked Filet of Sole with Tomato Sauce. Mashed X'otatoes. Combina tion Salad and Rolls A Rutter. 250 I.arße Variety of Salads. Hot and Cold Sandwiches. We Serve Beer. AMUSEMENTS First Showing in City I SHARKEY ICARNERA Official Fight Picture# ALSO—KANE BROS. I BURLESQUE % COLONIAL team, which captured seven con secutive games without a defeat. The champions are pictured above. Those in the picture are: Front row, left to right, O’Donnell, O’Connor, Carroll and Corliss. Second row, Mangin, Aust and Werner. Back row, Griffin, Com mons, Jonas, Mabbe, Harriss, Quinn and Shanahan. 4' hen we started out on this column today, we were in a woozy state due to the information we had received about what had gone on at the meeting Wednes day night. Niblack also is somewhat woozy about the Wednesday night happenings—not about how they happened but how they were reported. Niblack said the reason four instead of five players were being taken to Portland was because the pilot of the ship, Major Cox, did not want to overload the plane for the long hop. For that very good rea son and a minor one involving just a few iron men prompted Niblack to insist on the playoff for the fourth position. a a o So Niblack did not throw the cold sponge on a nice trip for either Dale or Mues ing. He also corrected the idea that the pairings of players for match action in the city championship tournament to take place soon were made entirely by lot tery. The regular system of matching players was used, such as placing No. 1 man in the thirty-six-hole qualification test, who happened to be John McGuire against No. 9 man in the list, Charles Boswell. There was a little lottery used, but that was just to be fair with the boys who were tied for certain positions. In that case, all the names were placed in a hat and they were given their posi tions in the qualification list as they were drawn out of the hat, except the five that were tied for positions 15 and 16. Theywill playoff for those two places next Sunday at 1:30. Otherwise the strict rules of golf were used, Niblack said. Well, that's all right with us, too. a tt tt George Peterson of South Grove, Stuart Tomlinson of Pleasant Run, Mike Poliak of Coffin. Fred Johnson of Riverside and Richard K,ell of South Grove will battle for the two remaining positions and then the big action starts on Sunday, July 16, when the first two rounds of match play will be held at South Grove, the first at 8:30 and the second at 2. The semifinals will be played at Riverside on Saturday. July 22, at 1:30 and the 36-hole final match at Coffin course on Sunday, July 23, with 8:30 and 2 as starting times for each eighteen-hole round. And of most interest will be the affair of Monday night, July 24, when the prizes for all accomplishments in the entire tournament will be awarded and the Port land boys given a rousing send off. Cap tain McGuire will be presented with the letter of invitation he is to extend to the national tournament in an effort to bring the 1934 event to Indianapolis and Coffin. SOFT BALL NOTES A meeting of managers of the Leisure Hour Softball League is scheduled for 8 tonight at 410 Majestic building. A post season series will be planned. 3-Year-Old Turf Stars in $35,000 Classic on July 15 By Times Special CHICAGO, July 6.—That dis puted 3-year-old turf championship may be cleared here July 15 when outstanding thoroughbreds go to the post in the $35,000 added Ar lington Classic. All of the stars have been en tered for the mile and quarter struggle and many of them already are training here. Heading the list is Mr. Khayyam, winner of the Chesapeake Stakes, Wood Memorial and American Derby. His trainers report he is returning to form after a slump. Gold Basis, easy winner in the Latonia Derby last Saturday, will be shipped here by M. L. Schwartz, MOTION PICTURES Mm mlUMmmr WjmlmSfflffl .SJ ; .gBaB- w* fAfeSA. - ■“*%. Jennie gerhardt" theSSSr- ■ ■ ■ ■ Paramount Cartoon Hit with ■ A Paramount Picture with Betty Boop and Popeye Himself |eSpPpi|| DONALD COOK -MARY ASTOR H.B.WARNER —•— I—===1 —==== — ■ m m m "knockout kisses" ALL SEATS MGHTa HR Hil 1 Mack Sennett Comedy Biot 25 C BA&&Y H HE nf I ■ re.l.m.g Marjorl. Beebe until 6 p.m. ■■ ■ ■ I PARAMOUNT NEWS THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES Haig Keeps Golf Lead Veteran Fires 72 to Top Ed Dudley By One Stroke. Bit United Pr>s* ST. ANDREWS, Scotland. July 6. —Walter Hagen of Detroit, seeking his fifth British open golf cham pionship. scored a 72 in the second round today to have an aggregate of 140 and to lead the field by one stroke. Hagen scored a 68 in the first round Wednesday, and his par breaking 72 today captured the early lead enjoyed by Ed Dudley of Augusta, Ga„ who had 70 in the first pround and 71 today for a total of 141. Hagen was out in 35, one below par. He had a four on every hole except the eighth, where he had a three. Hagen and Dudley enjoyed their leads pretty much by themselves, for the nearest were Gene Sarazen and Joe Kirkwood of Coral Gables, Fla., who had 145, as did Leo Diegel of Agua Caliente. Kirkwood had a 73 today after a first round of 72. and Diegel came in with a brilliant 70 after an ori ginal 75. Sarazen today scored a 73. George Dunlap, New York ama teur, carded a 74 for an aggregate of 146. Craig Wood of Deal, N. J., scored a 72 today, five strokes bet ter than his round of "Wednesday, making his total 149. Horton Smith was the next American in line, getting another 73 today for a 146 total, the same as young Denny Shute, while Johnny Farrell of New York had a sub par 71 to total 148. Billy Burke ran into trouble again with an 82 today for a. 159 total, while Olin Dutra of California had a 76 and 152 aggregate. Paul Runyan, New York young ster, fired 77 today for a 153 total and Joe Ezar, Texas pro, matched Hagen’s 72 to total 149. C. Ross Somerville of Canada, who holds the American amateur crown, had a 78 today to boost his count to 151. Shea Opens City Drills Eddie Shea, stellar Chicago ju nior lightweight who specializes in body punching, swung into hard training today at the Washington A. C. gym in preparation for his ten-round scrap with Lew Massey of Philadelphia at Perry stadium next Wednesday night. Shea, fresh from a three-round knockout victory over Joe Rivers at* Louisville, Yy., appeared to be in first class shape as he engaged in a few rounds of work with the gloves, punched the light and heavy bags and skipped the rope. Massey will leave Philadelphia Sunday and run through a light drill at the Victory gym next Mon day in tapering off for the tilt. In two previous encounters with the Windy City star, Massey has pounded one victory by decision and a drew. He will have a weight advantage of several pounds in their third clash' and is confident he can win more decisively this time. Wednesday’s card will consist of thrty-four rounds of fighting, with an eight-rounder, two sixes and a four to compose the preliminary bill. who won last year’s classic with Gusto. Two eastern stars on their way are Golden Way, second to The Darb in the Withers, and War Glory, Dwyer winner. Two outstanding fillies to face the barrier are Eidelweiss and Bradley’s Barn Swallow, while Charley O. and Jovius, second in the Latonia Derby, both turned in sparkling workouts Wednesday in preparation for the big event. Sun Apollo, Sun Archer and Dark Winter will carry W. S. Kil mer’s colors. The remainder of probable starters include Trace Call, Inlander, Okapi, Ladysman, Pom ponius, Sarade, Rush Hour, Head Play and The Darb. Henry Burton to Operate Lyric for Ground Owners Sylvia Sidney in Theodore Dreiser’s Novel, ‘Jennie Gerhardt,’ Opens Friday Under New Management. BY WALTER D. HICKMAN TONIGHT at midnight, the Fourth Avenue Amusement Company of Louisville, Kv„ will relinquish its operating lease on the Lyric theater on North Illinois street, and Henry Burton of the Burton theatrical agency immediately will operate the theater for the ground owners. Mr. Burton states that the theater will not be closed as Sylvia Sidney in Theodore Dreisers “Jennie Gerhardt' will open a week's run Friday morning. It was first planned to present “College Humor’’ as the first movie under the new management, but a sudden change of plans resulted in “Gerhardt” being booked as the opening attraction under Burton’s direction. Court action brought by the ground owners -esulted in the 1 ourth Avenue Amusement Com pany surrendering its lease. This company will con tinue to operate the Apollo theater with Kenneth Collins as the manager. For the Sylvia Sidney past eight weeks, A. J. Kalberer has been managing the Lyric. His future plans are unknown at this time. The ground lease owners includes George Fish of Indianapolis, the Hogshire heirs of Lebanon and the Wilson estate of Indianapolis. Mr. Burton is no stranger at the Lyric because he handled publicity for the Lyric when Charles Olsen operated the theater. “The Lyric theater will .not be closed a single day, as I am pre pared to open the house Friday,” Mr. Burton told me. Ted Nichols of the press depart ment of the Lyric has given me the following data on the picture: “Jennie Gerhardt,” the second of Theodore Dreiser’s famous novels to be brought to the screen, caused a sensation when it was published. The chief character is p beautiful sensitive girl. Reared in the most abject poverty, she is forced by the misery of her family to accept the advances of those who can help financially. Time after time, despite her own inclinations, the forces of circum- Contract Bridge BY W. E. M’KENNEY Secretary American Bridge Leag.e MANY players seem to have a secret dread of playing a four card suit. Pour-card suits play an all-important part in contract bridge today, and the handling of four-card suits is not difficult if you apply a few simple rules. If you are in a game contract in a four-card suit, you generally will find that your partner holds four trump also, and this is an ideal dis tribution. Here is one of the fifst rules to learn —establish your side suit be fore peiking up the truhip, unless the - opponents will be unable to compel you to ruff a short suit and thereby shorten your own trump suit. To illustrate this point, let us take the following hand. South and West passed. North, holding a four-card diamond suit and a four-card heart suit, should open the bidding with one diamond. This is the one time when you bid the lowest ranking suit first —when you have a four-card major and a four-card minor and are making an original bid in either third or fourth position. East overcalled with two clubs. South had not enough strength to make a construcitve bid, so he passed. West passed. North bid two hearts; South bid three hearts,- and North went to four hearts. # >t EAST’S opening lead was the king of clubs which North, the declarer, won with the ace. Re member the first rule tvhen playing a four-card suit is to establish the side suit. The side suit in this hand is spades—but you do not establish the side suit if you are not afraid of exhausting your trumps by ruf fing, and in this case you have only one club in each hand. Therefore, if the opponents try to force you to ruff, you will be able to trump in one hand and discard in the other. Therefore, instead of starting your spade suit, you should imme diately lead your hearts. stance break down her morale. In the first episode of her career a child is born to her after she had depended on an elderly senator’s promises to marry her. His untimely death in a railroad accideni#brings her shame and un happiness. She goes away and.gets work as a servant to a wealthy woman. The latter’s brother is at tracted to her and this time Jennie Gerhardt knows real love. When he discovers that she has a child, his whole attitude under goes a change. This causes a series of dramatic events which lead to the picture's vivid climax. “Jennie Gerhardt” was adapted to the screen from the Dreiser novel by Josephine Lovett and Joseph Moncure March. Direction is by Marion Gering and the picture was produced under the supervision of B. P. Schulberg at the Paramount studios. Indianapolis theaters today of fer: ’’Gold Diggers of 1933,” at the Circle; “Hold Your Man,” at the Palace; “Arizona To Broadway,” at the Lyric; “Best of Enemies,” at the Apollo; “She Was In Love With Her Husband,” at the Playhouse, a Civic Theater production; “Caval cade,” at the Hamilton; “Night of Terror” and “Bottom of the World,” at Stratford; “Honor of The Press,” at the Sanders; “The Big Cage,” at the Princess; “Sailor Be Good” and “The Constant Woman,’’ at the Mecca; “From Hell To Heaven,” at the Daisy; “Pick Up,” at the Talbott; “White Zom bie,” at the Granada; “Out All Night,” at the Rivoli; “Broadway Bad,” at the Tuxedo; “Smoke Lightning,” at the' Garfield; “Soldiers of the Storm,” at the Ta coma; “Air Hostess,” at the Irving, and “Strictly Personal,” at the Bel moi t. AJ-10-4 V K-Q-J-7 ♦ A-J-10-6 *A-6 *7-5 NORTH * A-8- VA-8-2 £ ™ 6-3 ♦ K-8- lu co V 5-4 5-2 5 “I ♦ 9-4 *9-5- Dealer *K-Q ---3-2 SOUTH, . 10-7-4 ♦ K-Q-9-2 v VlO-9-6-3 ♦ Q-7-3 *J-8 24 If you lead a. spade, l ast will win with the ace and return a spade. Then, if you lead a trump, West will win with the ace. (Copyright, 1933. by NEA Service. Inc.) MOTION PICTURES Now Showingl Sensational Musical Extravaganza Ask Anybody! I No Advance in Prices HEADS DOWN TO FRIENDS By United Prent SPRINGFIELD. Mo.. July 6.—City employes who do not speak to their friends while walking on the streets lij I? Tjll C LAST TIMES TOO VV JEAN HARLOW CLARK GABLE MT Jra “Hold Your Man” jLjp It Starts FRIDAY BOB'S GOT ANOTHER i BLONDE IN TOW l This W * fme ltS BAD GIRL Sally f JBjjt Eller* —and is she good I /Ml Wn ROBERT 5 j Hi V SALLY EILERS I MAKING BEAUTIFUL /£ (4*l^lll WOMEN FAMOUS WAS UK SYMPHONy’ gpi BCDDY^RGGEKN-MMißlAN^NJXO^^i^'Bes^^jnemieß’J First riTlrllr Charlie Rujrgles—John Holli- ! Wjßk 1 I Ibß ia? 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They j have just been notified that they | must examii sidewalks as they ; walk along and report any defects. 1 The order resulted after a citizen i won a damage suit from the city on ' a sidewalk defect. EAST SIDE L J.Vaf.l fTI 2142 E. Wash. H W v > O-W Bee is Toomey Anita Pave “SOLDIERS OF THE STORM" SOUTH SIDE ~~ nUmnM At Fountain Square Ikl ' ifirrid MM Gary f oo D -r r f Helen Have* “FAREWELL TO ARMS” KnWJTtrTSB Prerpett and Shelby 7.1 iIM jxLJM Double Feature 'HONOR OF THE PRESS" "GUILTY OB NOT GUILTY” urr—inßMa Vir. at Fountain Sq. |Ciafj * Mtill Two for one Nile *“**■*■■■■■■■ Beia luroii “WHITE ZOMBIE” 03iT3nnn L;'.,?:",;," “SMOKE LIGHTNING" WEST SIDE mmmmwmmmmmm w. wash, at Bel. ~ H 1 JH * r*J rh J Thrift Site “STRICTLY PERSONAL” MBnrTTTSH 2.40 Wf. Mich! maimtimm <^aic f*trolf I.oniHrd “FROM HELL TO HEAVEN” WMWWPy MM W. 10th riilKM3sfeg •THE BIG CAGE”