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ELKS AND FORT BROWN DIVIDE WELL PLAYED DOUBLE BILL
_ M. ....- .. ...- ...-. ... ■■ - --.-.—-.-.-—.-. -.. . .. . BPOES TAKE ‘0PENER2T01 Yuktei Ice Second Away In Fifth to Win 7 to 1 PLAYGROUND BALL Elks 2-1, Port Brown 1-7. Standing! W, Klwanis . 4 Goodyear . 3 Pan-American . 3 Port Brown . 2 Elks . 2 Eagles . 1 u 1 1 2 2 5 4 Pet. .800 .750 .800 -286 -200 Coming Games Wednesday—Flyers at Eaglea Friday—Kiwanli at Goodyear. Brownsville baseball Ians saw a bang-up contest Monday night when the Elks took a 2-1 encounter from the Port Brown Yankees, first half champions, and the second game. | won by the Yanks 7-1. was suffi cient to hold the Interest of the faithful Dixon, the Elks southpaw first baseman, saved the opening Ult for his teammates on two occasions when he speared sizzling blasts in his direction. The BPOEs rang up their first tally In the second frame when Fred Ball got on through an error at second, and went home when Swan and McColllster lashed doubles into left field. The Elks scored again in the first half of the ninth when BUI Ball singled to left and Swan again came through with another rouble to left. With the heat on them 2-0. the Yankees pushed over one marker In the last half of the ninth. Allen ssogled, took second on a passed ball WDC scored on two sacrifices. "in the seventh the Yanks sup plied a thrlU with a triple play. Lehman lined to PeUett who dou bted McColllster off second and Grey threw to Claar to kill Swan at the platter. Both of Dixon's fine catches off first were lined out by Sgt. Szpelnskl The second contest was an ex cellent fray up to the fifth when the Yanks sent five tallies scurry ing across the platter. That was sufficient to ice the game away. First Game: * ELKS AB R H O A E 0 \ Lehman. 2b . 3 0 0 2 Dixon, lb . 2 0 0 11 0 0 Perkins. 2b . 2 0 112 0 Lesser, p. 3 Bowling, c 0 0 2 0 0 3 7 0 0 0 F. Ball, ss. 3 1 0 2 3 0 B. BaU. cf . 3 110 0 0 Bwan. rf . 3 0 2 0 0 0 McColllster. sc .... 3 0 3 0 0 0 Pilgrim, If . 3 0 0 0 0 0 Totals ...... 28 2 PORT BROWN AB R Sapeinski p . 3 0 A. Roberts, cf .... 3 Alien, ss . 3 Norwood, lb. 3 P. Powell, 3b .... 3 Grey. 2b . 3 Rivera, sc . 3 PeUett. rf . 1 fiatcheil. If . 2 Claar. c . 1 7 21 12 1 H O A E 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 1 2 0 1 1 8 7 1 1 0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 Totals . 25 1 3 21 14 4 Bv innings: . _ ijc.s . 010 000 1—3. ORT BROWN . 000 000 1—1. 2B Hit^-Swan (2), McCollisipr. riple Play —PeUett to Gray to Uar. Double Play—A. Roberts to ffy Left on Bases—Elks 8. Fort Bwn five. Pitching Records—Les ir aUowed three hits. struck out tree and walked two In seven In Lngs; Szpeinskl allowed seven hits, ruck out six and walked three in ven Innings. Second Game: FORT BROWN Sspeln&kl. p .... Rivera. »c-2b .. Allen, ss-sc .... Norwood, lb ... F. Powell, 3b .. Oray. 2b-ss .... C. Powell, cf .... PeUett. rt . Satchell, If .... Claar, e ....... AB R H 4 0 0 3 0 2 4 0 0 4 2 1 3 2 1 3 1 1 3 1 2 3 1 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 0 A E 3 1 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 2 3 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 Totals . ELKS Lehman. Sb-c .... Dixon, lb . Perkins. 2b . Leaser. p-3b . Bowling, c-rf .... F. Ball, ss. B Ball, cf . Swan, rf-p . McColUster. ec .... Pilgrim. If . 36 7 9 21 5 4 AB R H O A E 4 112 3 0 4 0 1 8 0 0 3 0 0 3 2 0 2 0 0 2 2 1 3 0 110 0 3 0 12 10 2 0 110 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 Totals . 29 1 5 21 9 3 By innings: ... FORT BROWN. 000 062 0—7. ELKS . 100 000 0-7. 2B Hits—Lehman. Gray. 3B Hit— F Powell. Left on Bases—Port Brjwn three. Elks six Pitching Rec jtrda—fizpcinski allowed five hits, at ruck out one and walked four In leeven Innings; Lesser allowed six hit. struck out one and walked none In five Innings; Swan allowed three hits, struck out none and walked one In two innlgs. Vincent Richards’ Tennis Days Over NEW YORK. May 14. (AV-Vlncent Richards’ tennis-playing days are The former Davis Oup player, a professional since 1926. suffered in juries in an automobile crajih last that spell the end of tourna t competition for him. Still In a hospital at Bmoxvllle. rds philosophically accepted fuatkm. e ulna bone Is smashed.” he Mid. pointing to his bandaged right arm "There was a triple fracture above the wrist and there can never be any rotating motion In the wrist Rtofrar **As a matter of fact. I was think ing about cutting down on my ten nii It was taking too much time from my business, which Is too Im portant to be neglected. It has been fun and I have no regrets." Richards, S3, has been a toy. flight Conner in American tennis, ama .1 or professional, for nearly 20 years, At 15. he won the national doubles championship with Big BUI TUden. TEXAS LEAGUE Team— W. L. Pet. Galveston . 31 10 .677 Beaumont . 19 13 A94 Oklahoma City ... 17 13 AM Tulsa . 17 13 AM Houston . 18 13 A81 tort Worth . 13 18 .419 San Antonio . 9 18 A33 Dallas . 8 35 461 Results Monday R H K Houston . 003 010 001—6 7 1 Dallas . 301 000 003—6 13 3 Potter, Taylor and Angley; Rig ney, Nelson and Punk. Galveston .... 010 100 010-3 9 1 Port Worth .. 000 001 000—1 4 3 Jakucki and Lin too; Mllstead and Heving. Beaumont-Tulsa, rain. San An Lonio-Oklahoma City, rain. Games Tuesday San Antonio at Dallas. Beaumont at Fort Worth. Galveston at Oklahoma City. Houston at Tulsa. NATIONAL LEAGUE Team— W. L. Pet New York . 14 5 .737 Brooklyn . 14 8 .636 Chicago . 13 7 .632 dt. Louis . 13 10 A45 Pittsburgh . 11 13 .458 Cincinnati . 9 13 .409 Boston . 6 14 A00 Philadelphia . 5 13 J78 Results Monday R H F Chicago . 010 000 200—3 10 1 Brooklyn .... 001 001 000-3 7 1 Lee and Hartnett; Clark, Leonard and Lopes. St Louis .... 100 001 000 1—3 6 l New York .. 101 000 000 0-2 6 0 Walker and Davis; Hubbell and Mancuso. Pittsburgh .. 000 003 440—10 15 2 Philadelphia 001 000 000- 1 4 3 Blanton and Grace; Bivln, John son. Davis and Wilson. Cincinnati ... 000 010 02<V—3 8 1 Boston . 100 000 000—1 5 3 Johnson and Lombardi; Cantwell and Spohrer. Gunn Tuesday Cincinnati at Boston. Chicago at Brooklyn. St. Louis at New York. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. AMERICAN LEAGUE Team— W. L. Pet. Chicago ... 14 8 -700 C eveland . 11 8 -847 Boston . 12 9 -571 New York . 11 9 .550 Washington . 11 9 .550 Detroit . 9 11 450 Philadelphia . 5 14 .283 £t. Louis . 5 14 .263 Results Monday R H El Boston . 000 010 100—2 7 0 St. Louis. 000 000 010—1 5 l W. Ferrell and R. Ferrell; Thomp son. Walkup and Hemsley. New York ....*000 000 000-0 4 1 Detroit . 100 001 Olx—* 8 2 Gomez. Malone and Dickey; Rowe ana Hayworth. Philadelphia-Chicago, rain. Washing ton-Cleveland. rain. Games Tuesday Philadelphia at Chicago. Washington at Cleveland. New York at Detroit Boston at St. Louis. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 3. Milwaukee 10. Toledo-Kansas City. rain. Louisville. Minneapolis, cold. Indianapolis-St. Paul, cold. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta 13. Chattanooga 3. Knoxville 0, Nashville 8. Memphis 2-10; Birmingham 1-11. Little Rock-New Orleans, no game. Dowling LADIES LEAGUE Monday Night—Lynch Four* won ' two out of three from Carmichael Treys. Standing* Team— W. L. Pet. Carmichael Trey* ... 34 8 .810 Lynch Four* . 30 22 .476 Peek Ace* .. 14 25 359 Ball Deuces . 13 26 333 Coming Game Tuesday Night—McKay vs. Troop B The Lynch Fours upset the dope container in the Ladies' League Monday night when they took two! out of three encounters from the league-leading Carmichael Treya With Mrs. Waldo Lynch sup plying the winning margin with a 160, the Fours took the opening encounter 411-391. Both Mrs. H. L. Vandever and Katheryn Cherry rolled good scores in the second to give the Treys the second encount er 450-416. Josephine Pierce came through with the high single of the night 191—in the third to supply the vie* j tory edge in the third which the Four* won 493-382. Mis* Pteroe had the high series of the night with 455, but she was only two pins ahead of Mrs. Van dever. Mrs. Lynch was third with 445. The score*: FOURS— 1st. 2nd. 3rd Ttl. Lynch . 160 128 167 445 Pierce . 112 152 191 455 Geler . 106 103 112 321 Handicap . S3 33 33 Totals . 411 416 493 1221 TREYS— 1st 2nd. 3rd. Ttl. Carmichael .... 141 126 137 404 K. Cherry . 113 160 93 366 Vandever . 137 164 162 453 Totals . 391 450 382 1323 Blut Star Kills Tha Itch Germs To get rid of itch, rash, tetter, fool Itch, ringworm or >ri—. cover with toothing Bine Star Ointment which wwitaiiii tested medirine that melt* eoaka la qnickly nod kills tbs itch, ItaMT beck tf Ot* jac Mb CONSERVATION OFBASS URGED Large Catches Reported In Smell Reaeces Of Valley A plea that Valley angler* cooper ate In saving baas In the rasacas and lakes of this section was Issued Tuesday by officials of the Valley Gam* and Fish Protective associa tion following reports that large numbers of bass have been taken out of several resecas. Three San Benito men are report ed to have brought back 127 bass in one day's fishing In a resaca near Mercedes, while large numbers of bass have been taken out of the Ol mlto resaca recently. “Naturally the best are there for everybody to catch, and no one would object to a fisherman taking out a few fish fer his own use," said a local official of the organization. “But when three anglers take out 127 bass It means the baas supply is going to be wiped out pretty soon If others follow suit." At present there is no legal limit on the number of bass that may be taken in a day, the only limit be ing on the size. However, unless Valley fisher men slow up on the number they are taking out of the resacaa, efforts will be made to secure passage of a law setting a limit. "An angler can get much more pleasure out of the sport If he will take out cnly two or three bass and put back any others that he takes. ' the local official said. “Our resa cas have a definite limit on their supply. Every year thousands of lit tle bass are put In them by the state hatchery, but If the large fish are all taken out, and this can be done in the smaller re sac as, we will have bass only a month or so each year." Famous Stables To Be Sold This Week NEW YORK. May 11 (AV-Two of the country’s most famous racing stables will be dispersed this week when the horses of the late Sylvester Labrot of New Orleans and Anna polis. Md.. and B. B. Jones’ Audley Farm of Virginia go under the ham mer at Belmont Park. Thirty hones In training, owned by ; lie widow and sons of Labrot will be auctioned off Friday, while Saturday. 20 two-year-olds from the Audley Farm will be sold. The La br* sides prrtably will be returned to competition within a year or so, but fer Jones it will be a permanent ret..»ment to devote his time to bre.-dlng. MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS National League Bat ting—Vaughan, Pirates, .422; J. Moore. Phillies. .355. Runs— Med wick. Cardinals, 21; Vaughan, Pirates, 20. Runs batted in—Camilll, Phillies, 22; Ott, Giants. 21. Hits—Vaughan. Pirates. 35; L. Waner, Pirates. 32. Doubles—Martin. Cardinals, B; Herman. Pirates, 7. Triples—Collins. Cardinals, and Cavaretta, Cubs, 3. Home runs—Ott, Giants, 8; John Moore, Phillies and Joe Moore, Giants. 7. Stolen bases—Myers, Reds, 4; 12 with 2. Pitching—Parmalee, Giants. 4-0; Blanton. Pirates, 5-1. American League Batting — Foxx, Athletics, .408; Johnson. Athletics, .397. Runs—Bonura, White Sox, 22; Radcliff, White Sox. 20. Runs batted in—Johnson and Foxx. Athletics. 23 Hits—Hayes. White Sox, 33; Johnson, Athletics, 31. Doubles—Washington. White 8ox, Hughes and Vosmik, Indians, and Hemsley, Browns, 7. Triples—Cronin, Red Sox. 4: Foxx. Athletics. Radcliff, White Sox. and Stone. Senators, 3. Home runs—Foxx, Athletics. 8; Johnson. Athletics .and Bonura, White Sox, 7. Stolen bases — Hale. Indiana. 6; Almada. Red Sox, and White, Tigers, 4. Pi tchiri g —Whitehead. White Sox. 5-0; Hudlin, Indiana. 8-0. SERIES EVEN SAN BENITO. May 14 -San Ben ito high school evened the county high school softball series with La Peria Monday afternoon by down ing the visitors, 4 to 2. La Peria won at La Peria Friday and the rubber game will be played at La Peria Wednesday. Watch the Fords go by.—Adv. BATHE In The Surf At Del Mar Beach COTTAGES Strictly modern cot tages with hot and cold running water. Reasonable rates by the day, week, month or season. FISH From the Jetties or the Surf. No better fishing anywhere. BOAT SERVICE to Padre Island 25c Round Trip Oakmont Course Will Be Tough Open Layout NEW YORK, May 14—OPV—'Thera wu new evldenoe Tuesday that the Oakmont Country club oourse ail! be one lam headache far competitor! In the National Open golf championship starting June 6. Simultaneously with 23 other dis tricts, the Pittsburgh sectional qualifying round for the open was played over Oakmont Monday and so tough was the oourse that no body could break 150 for the 36 hole medal play test and a 73 was the best Individual round of the Those Yanks Just Too, Too Easy (or Rowe (By The AstoclaUd P*rsai Lynwood (Schoolboy) Rowe's pet stooges. it appears, still are the New York Yankees. The Schoolboy hasn't been get ting along so well this season, but Mickey Cochrane, manager of the champion Detroit Tigers, tossed him In there Monday against the in vading Yankees, and Rowe respond ed with a brilliant performance that reminded Tiger fans of his sensational 1934 pitching. Arrayed against Vernon Gomes, Yankee star, Rowe held the New Yorkers to four singles and shut them out, 3-0. Rowe, who won 24 games for the Tigers a year ago, beating the Yankees five times in a row. has had all kinds of trouble getting started this campaign. He had won only one game, in a relief role, and lost three, pitching only one com plete game up until the Yankees came to town. Against Ms pet "cousins," How ever, Rowe was Invincible. Red Rolfe beat out a bunt In the sixth and got to third on Lou Geherlg's single but Tony Lazzerl hit into * double play to spoil the only chance the Yankees had to score. Wee Beat! Browns In the day’s only other American league game, Wes Ferrell held the St. Louis Browns to five hits and walloped a home run In the seventh to account for the Boston Red Sox's 2-i triumph. A full schedule In the National league saw the four western dubs, now Invading the east, score a clean sweep. Leo Durocher's tenth-inning home run broke up a great pitch ing duel at New York between Carl Hubbell of the Giants and Bill Walker of the St. Louis Cardinals and gave the Cards a 3-2 victory. The seven-hit pitching of young Bill Lee plus a brilliant defense carried the Chicago Cute to a 3-2 triumph over the Brooklyn Dodgers who found their second place lead over the Cute cut to four percent age points. Cy Blanton stopped the Phillies with four hits for his fifth victory In six starts as the Pittsburgh Pir ates punched out a 10-1 victory. SI Johnson held the Boston Braves to five hits and Cincinnati won, 3-i. Delta Food* Win The Delta Foods nine of San Benito, led by Jimmie Garcia, are looking for new worlds to conquer after defeating the A Troop nine at Fort Brown Sunday to the tune of 10-5. Ignacio Garcia, the Foods twirler, limited the opopsition to three blngles and struck out ten batters. Harris. San Benito second sacker, was the hitting star of the tilt, get ting three for five. Reza and Pequeno of San Benito got two for five. YESTERDAY'S STARS Gabby Hartnett, Cubs— Solved Brooklyn pitching for doubles and three singles. Leo Durocher, Cardinals — His tenth Inning homer beat Giants. Lyn Rowe. Tigers— Blanked Yan kees with four singles. Wes Ferrell, Red Sox— Limited Browns to five hits and won his own game with home run. Cy Blanton, Pirates— Rung up fifth victory, holding Phils to four hits. 9i Johnson, feida—Stopped Braves with five hits. day. The last qualifier la that sec tion, Bob Graham of Pittsburgh, got m with rounds of 80-82—162. Ray Mangrum of Los Angeles, the leader at Pittsburgh, produced rounds of 71-77 for 150 but another well-known shot - maker, Jimmie i Thomson of Long Beach. Calif., used up 158 strokes. All told the sectional rounds on 24 courses produced 106 qualifiers ! for the open—68 professionals and 'twenty amateurs. The Chicago dis trict test, postponed a week because of torrential rains, will qualify more next Monday. With 40 players ex empt from the preliminary trials, the total field at Oakmont thus will be 162. Although most of the favorites came through In fine style, there were some leaders who failed to make the grade Monday. Two former national amateur champions, Maa Marston at Phila delphia and 8 Davidson Herron at Pittsburgh, were among those elim inated, as were the Big Ten stars. Johnny Fish her at Cincinnati and Chuck Kocais at Detroit and the two-time Canadian amateur cham pion. Scotty Campbell at Seattle. Jack M unger was eliminated at Greensboro. Among the successful bidders, however, were four former open champions—Willie MacFarlane and Johnny Farrell at New York; Wal ter Hagen at Detroit, and the Omaha amateur, Johnny Goodman, in his home town district. Low scoring honors for the qual ifying rounds went to Ralph Beach who posted a 68-69 for 137 at Balti more. William Roach was the leader at Cincinnati with 138 and Chandler Harper at Greensboro with 139. The leader In each of the 24 sec tions: Ralph Beach. Baltimore. 68-69—137 William Roach. Cincinnati, 68-70 —138 Chandler Haroer. Norfolk. 76 67—139. Ted Turner, Pine Valley. 68-72— 140. (x> Charley Yates. Atlanta, 69 71-140. Pay Coleman. Culver City. 73 67—140. Harold McSpaden, Kansas City, 69- 72—141. Craig Wood, Deal. N. J., 71-71— 1142 Ted Longworth. Portland, 72-70— 142. (x) Harry Oivan, Seattle. 74-68— 142. Rod Munday, Santa Rosa. 71-71— 142 Dan Goss, Birmingham. 70-74— 144 Red Gann, Chattanooga. 73-71— 144. Ed Kerby, Akron. O, 77-68—143. A1 Watrous. Detroit. 74-73—147. Alex Ellis, Swamacott, Mass.. 76 71—147. Jim Fogerty. Kirkwood. Mo.. 77 70— 147. John Rogers, Denver, 77-70—147. Francis Gallett, Milwaukee, 73 74—148 Floyd Parley, Oklahoma City. 73 74—148 Art Jackson, Oklahoma City, 70 78—148. Francis Schneider, Oklahoma City. 75-73—148. Graham Ross. Dallas. 77-71—148 Clarence Doser, Rochester, 76 74—150. Frank Stevenson. Savannah. 76 74 -150 Ed Femety, Jacksonville. 75-75— 150. Ray Mangrum. Los Angeles. 73 77—150. Jock Mendry, St. Paul. 76-74— 150. (x) Amateur. tyfrmaw, — TODAY — “Whom the Gods Destroy” with WALTER CONNOLLY ![ From the story by ; Albert Pay son Terhune News — Cartoon Admission, 10c WHO’S THE GUILTY MAN? I Match Alibis And Find Murderer Of Secret Agent Herei the second day of the O Men contest. This one may be a little tougher than Monday’s. But If you sc rut in lie the photograph closely, which is a scene from the movie about Uncle Sam's crime-hunters, “G Men." starring Jimmie Cagney, and match the alibis of these four mur der suspects you’ll solve the mys tery as easily as the secret agent did. Now read the story—carefully: (Case No. 1) A secret agent wa$ killed In line of duty In Chicago. His fellow operators tracked down all possible clues, but at the end of a week they were no closer to the solution of the murder than when they had started. One day., an amateur photo grapher brought the above photo to the police department, explain ing that he had snapped It in the vicinity of the murder on that same night at 8 o’clock. The undercover men rounded up the four gangsters In the picture and questioned them. They all pleaded their innocence —and since no other evidence of their guilt was forthcoming. It looked as If they would have to be released. But one brilliant under cover man asked to eee their alibis again. and the stenographer brought the four allbles that each had given, plus the photographs that led to their arrest. The undercover man thought for a few moments and then turned and said. "One of these suspects Is lying.” By comparing their alibis with the photoe, he had found the man he believed to be the murder er. Later he confessed, proving that the agent's reasoning had been cor rect Read the alibis that each man gave and see If you can explain bow the murderer was found: Joe: I didn’t kill him. The mur der occurred at 10 p. m.. and I was on the train bound for N. Y. at that time. Pete: I didn't kill him. I was at a college basketball game that night. Ask Flanagan if you don’t ' believe me. The flatfoot was there I himself. | Butch: I didn't kill him. I went Ln depend cm Home Owned Theatre — TUESDAY LAST DAY — “Live* of a Bengal THEATRE LA FERIA Lancer” Gary Cooper — Franc hot Tone to in i Jimmy Cagney picture that night. After that 1 met a girl and we went to Gary, Indiana, to a party. Then I went home to bed. Benny: I didn’t kill him. My wife and I went down to the beach and went swimming that night. We had some friends with us, too, if you want some proof. That’s what we did, until we went home to sleep. Just think for a minute and you'll find the solution. Hold on to It until you read the remaining stories to be published durlqg the next thre edays. The prises will be: Jst—4 passes; 2nd—2 passes and 14 prises of one pass each. When you send In your answers, be sure to put your name and ad dress on each one, to facilitate handling and make notification— If you are the winner—easy for us. And remember—awards will be made on the basis of accuracy and neatness. If you can. typewrite the answers; otherwise, make sure your handwriting Is legible enough. SEBASTIAN WINS LOB INDI06. May 14 —Sebas tian won a double-header from the Loa Indloe nine here Sunday, tak ing the first 11-1 and the second Jl amca Cagney — Pmt O'Brien in “DEVIL DOGS OF THE AIR** — WEDNESDAY ONLY — PIRATES WIN ANOTHER 11LT Dallas Springs Surprise By Beating Houston la Ninth (By Tb# AjsocUUd Fiym) Oalveston took s firmer hold of the Tex%s League pennant race lead In a victory over Port Worth and Dallas showed unexpected nlnth-lnrung strength to defeat Houston In the only games played Monday night. Beaumont rested at Tulsa and 8an Antonio had a day oft at Oklahoma City because of rain. Jack Jakuckl hurled Qalveston to a I to 1 win over Tort Worth to 8ve the Pirates a clean sweep of ie series. The husky right-hander allowed the Cate four hits and was in danger only onee, in the sixth, when he walked three men in suc cession to let the Cats make their only tally. Jot Prerost hit a homer in the fourth with none on It was the second score he made for the Pirates in ths game. The Dallas Steers, who have had exclusive possesion of the cel lar position all season because they lost games in the final in nings. staged a last-minute rally to put across three runs and beat Houston. 6 to 5. It was the Steer's fifth victory of the season. Francis Nelson, young right hander. was credited with the vic tory. hla third of the season out of th$ total of five won by his club. A tip cn the market—buy FNord V-0 for 1035.- Adv. Tomorrow and Thursday PHILO VANCE *•!»•» o ntw murdcr-myitcry 1. S. 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