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Death stalks Spanish nobleman, Angels win, September 7, 1938

September 7, 2008 |  5:13 am



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Roy Rogers and Smiley Burnette: happy trails!

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Death stalks Spanish nobleman

In Miami, the the former heir to the Spanish throne dies from injuries in a car crash because he carries the hereditary disease of hemophilia. His companion, a nightclub singer, is charged with manslaughter ... Emil Hansen is convicted of killing two lawyers in the Hall of Records because he was a "sore loser" in a civil suit.

On the jump, taxpayers ask the state Supreme Court to help halt to the recall election against Mayor Frank Shaw.

In sports, the Angels sell Rip Russell and Ed Carnett to the Cubs.

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Singer charged in death

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USC to meet Alabama




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