These dissidents are convinced O'Malley wanted, not a big-league franchise, but downtown real estate with oil under it, even though O'Malley has waived oil rights to the ravine, site of the Dodgers' new stadium. If the opposition can collect 51,000 signatures they could force a referendum election next June. It was this melancholy possibility that clouded O'Malley's moonlike face as he stood among the revelers.
DODGER STAFF POSES FOR AN ADVANCE-ORDERS SCENE
PRESIDENT WALTER O'MALLEY TELLS LUNCHEON GATHERING OF 1,100 THAT HIS DODGERS WILL BRING THEM THE PENNANT IN 1958
O'MALLEY FEEDS POT ROAST TO OLD CHARACTER ACTOR STENGEL
DUKE SNIDER, HOLLYWOOD DELEGATES ADMIRE CANDY SIGN
LOVESICK ANGELENOS WELCOME DODGERS AT THE AIRPORT
FAN RAY PEABODY GIVES THE TEAM A GIMMICKED GREETING