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Nazis stop expulsion of Polish Jews, October 30, 1938

October 30, 2008 |  5:39 am



What's wrong with the movies these days? Hedda Hopper knows! Too much boy meets girl with too much sugar and too many contrived obstacles standing between the young couple and happiness.

Saying grace at the table used to be a novelty--now it's in every movie! Filmmakers have also disclosed too many secrets and audiences don't fall for special effects anymore!

In sports, Loyola and Centenary play a brutal game in Shreveport, La., in which Loyola takes 150 yards in penalties. Recall that there was bad blood between the teams over African American player Walt McCowen of Loyola.   

Westerns stay clear of censorship for foreign audiences.
1938_october_30_sports UCLA defeats Stanford Indians.