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12 Amarillo Globe-Times Monday. January 23. 1967 Miss Kinney Wins 2 Events; Amarillo Sivimmers 3rd ! AHS Aide Accepts | Sulphur Springs Job N O R M A N Okla -- Ann Kin- 1:00.6 in winning the backstroke , Jim Curtis. Amarillo mgh' n c v swam to ft rsl places in the:event and 2:25.8 in taking the- .School line coach, has resigned 10 o. vart j backstroke and the 200-:individual medley event for Am-! to accept the post of athletic v a r j individual medley Sunday· grille's only two first places tlur- director and head football coach^ {hp A m a r i l l o Swim Meet As-.inn the Sunday competition at Sulphur Springs High School soc i aUon Swimming Team took !n addition, the versatile. Miss of District 6-AAA. tn j r( | p i ?ce j n the annual Kerr- Kinney took second place in the Curtis, who joined the AHS McGet- Invitational Swimming on j y otacr Sunday event in coaching .^laff in 19"4. has 10 and Diving Meet. ^ which she competed, the open years of coaching expei ieiice. Miss Kinney was clocked in division 200-yard backstroke. He is a graduate of Northeast -- L a u r a Lipscomb backed-up Oklahoma State. ONE LOSER those efforts with a pair of sec- ^OUTH BEND Ind ( U P I ) -- « nd places and Odil e Zien- Hank Aaron of the Atlanta Notre Dame has employed 22'tck and Richard Hess each Braves tied a National League head coaches during its football placed m three events during record last «oa«on when he history and only one. Joe Sunday's concluding competi- to -Miss Kinney in the 13-U girls; she was fourth in the 200-yard 100-yard backstroke and also : iiulividual medley, fifth in the was second in the open division 200-yard freestyle and sixth in 200-yard butterfly. the 100-yard breaststroke, all in Miss Xientek. who had a first the 13-14 girls division, which place during both of the open- was completely dominated by ing days of competition, had to the Amarillo swimmers. settle "for a fourth, fifth and; 1Iess was third in , he u ,, sixth in her three Sunday ef-^,, divisjon 1W yat . d breas ^ ' _ . _ .^stroke, fifth in the 100-yard Dut- iterfly and fifth in the 200-yard ~ nAn YORK ( U P I ) - Eddie indi ^l · It was the Ktmarich, left the position with -lion. drove in 127 runs. fourih time he led the league, a losing record. Nelov in his first year as horse The Amanllo team's third trainer for the Phipps family, : place finish in the 21-team event won a record 40 stakes in l%6 : was the highest since th e Pan- wilh IT horses contributing to handle area has .sent a team Miss Lipscomb was runner-upline total. 'to the contest. * * t ,nd under Ql'ts-50-VonJ l(MSl»l« ·Jodl* Benson, Illih; SO-ywd brwslslroke: Jodie Bc»50n. third. ; 11.,; giris-IW-vord (reeslirle: Georgia 'Show, sixth; TO-vord cMr°^JtTM' 'Sha* sixth: 100-vord ttrwstilroke. TH! Gotens 1:03.5: 100-yard butlef'IV: Terl Goleni! 1:21.3. n !· boYi-- 100-vofd breaststroke: Rich- · JiHcv ·llrdTlW-Vord buttertlv: Rich- lid Hess, K«h; 200-vord Wdividuol mri- 'Itv' Richard Hess, fitth. · 13-M olrls-200-vord freeslvle: OdiH ili-nlek. 'tlh: IW-vard bockstfOks: Am, 'Sey. tirst (1:04.61; Laura Llpscornb, 'iVcwd; TM-yard breaststroke: Odil. 'ZIWK*. sixth; OT-yord Ino'TM*" 1 £!??, ley: Ann Kinnev, first (7:25.6), Oflna ZienteV, fourth. Ox« girts-MO-TO") buttcrtly: Laura .oS~~ SDCOiS: 5oberw Show. ' Hh 200-yara rxKkstroK-: Ann Kinney, vx- '\Vhat do you mean, you want an EXTRA 'can of dog food?!" Andy's Homes Loses ::· 4.' 3 But Keeps Lead Andy's Custom Homes lost 3 of 4 to K Z I P but held first place in the Sunday Rollers League at the Eastridge Rowling Palace Sunday. The leaders have 46 ! - wins a n d KXIP. r u n n e r u p a* 4;: ! -j-2S'-j. won 2 ' u out of 4 from Super Service No. 1 Oiher team results: JE Grocery won 1. KBUY won 3; Williams Cleaners won -4, M. B. McKee won 0. Hoot Gibson led the men with 52ft series and 200 game. I.ore- diih Lafferly posted the t o p series of 525 and Annahea Suiter the lop ganu of 211. EASTRIDGE BOWLING PALACE. LO BOWL -- Firs:: No. 6 ·:=, 23; Second- Plains Oievroiet 43, 2-1. Teom resul'E' Plains W'lV; 2. Plains Cnevrofet 2; Eeii Lerv.iev 3. C8.F Cyircte lr ST-D^TTS No I 1, A'.arlCr Auts Sales 3: Bruckner'^ J = 2 1. American Drive insurance 3: C ^cie C Grocery 1, Nanh Grana Fina 3; WOT son Home Imarove- m=nts .i. Cocci H3U;-?keeDin3 0; No. s 4, 3=ots S. Saddle C ; i.:b 0 ; L?:n Packer 5-*0, 193; Bi'tve Alesker S3"; Tcviarica Poner- son 20?. CITY EMPLOYEE'S -- FirST: Nu- CcSTie A E'n-^ers Auto -S2':. 25';. Team reEufis: T.m? Chelsea! -*, Elmers Aoio 0: C'tv Credi: Un'-cn J. Goliarneou Bros. C-i Jaes Gai-ace 2. J. Ls? MiMiBon 2: Career Trucking 3. Nt;-Cn3Tle I; Gordon Gioson Ti2,~5Aa; Sondie Roteris 171, "^"klRTS FLIRTS -- Firs!: Raef Motor Service -='·:. 23':; Second: Scrghnff Seer French Quarter JO 1 :, 3!'.:- Teom results; Sergtnff Beer 0. McKnigM Tran.-: S:o* 4; AUsfoie Sheei .v.eicl 2. No. 3 2; "'esterfi Uniform 5. Ta-.ve! Service 1, No- S 3; Raef Motor Serv. s. Battery exchange 0; French Quarter ?, Raiibow 2; Charles Scoit 20!, 533; June Cleveland 504; Kathy SCOT'. Paula Halsev !S5 BOWLING BELLES -- First; Clanion Bros, r'jrntture 45, 23; Second: Russell's Au^ornotivs Service -13V;. 2-'"~. Team re- Auto'rnofivs 'Service 0; Plain, Transfer 5, Staroae 3, Don's Botiv Snop ''· *.',=d!ir,g Texaco ^. Andy s Custom Homes 0; Jo? FuBOte Mosonrv -, PonJiandfe Laundry 0; Woroie Brooks 521; Lorsdiih " JACK JILL -- First: Berrv Cox Pcint Conlr- 57, 20; Second: Williams, Cleaners -la" 24_ Team results: Hinkv Dinkv Drive Inn 3, Plains Creamery ]· Cosrs 0: Sroncho Restaurant 4; Atrsa- r:iip Rerjdenn-3 Co. 0, Jaynawk Ca. ^; Berrv Co Pain! Corsir. 0. Acme Clean-- ers ^; N.--. i 3. Jon's Gun Shop 1; AAoJ B 5tic Art SlL'dio 2, Golden Soread'-. J'a'Ser Pert, 2; Williams Cleansrs -i, · Merrv Apciionce 0; Panhandle Mobile. rlctms 2. B'jnweiser 2; Vernon Resse 557; "Waiter Phillias 236; Neva '.Vcgner " " AMARILLO BOWL. TASCOSA'S MEN'5 -- rirst: Son ja- ririn s=-vk- jJi, 3J'.; ; SeconrJ: Rodans .'.3',-" 33 1 · T Pnrr, results: Rcnco Sinn D. Dr Pepner i; Rodons 3'7, Sutton's Foad : - - Ssn Jocmto Service 3, Chuck's · BcV-SO^e ': ^red Abnon 2U, 5W; Doc' HH* Sportina Goodi -- First: Gunsi V, I'; Second-" Sloping Boos 2ZV:, 17V;.: Teom results: Fi^hina Tachle 2, Am- rnun'tion 2; Coolers 1, Scooss 3; Guns ·i Trrnhi* 1 ^ D: Rcioadirio -, Sleeoing Engs Or Raymond Pov;eli 579; Dick VVii- hlte 237; PerJ^v Sussell 523, 190. Teem results' (Firs* Shift) Reloading 0. Cooler -i; Scows 3, F-stiino Tackle 1: Crablree. Webb BOM iers of Week Bnwlers of the week are Lynn Crabtree and Bernice Webb. Lynn rolled 721 with Barnes of 238*255-228 in the Canyon City League at Canyon. Bernice had 19S-192-224 for 614 in the Intra- City Mixed at ihe Amarillo Bowl. Other !eort:n3 scnes: f/ ien _ Fred Reese 667n Lewis f.'.errv Wl. Dcwev VVefcb Jr. 635, Don Thompson 630. Joe Rieznlk, 626, Jimmy Jones 626, Psrc/ Ccltins 62-, "-Qt V.'txr-ds 6^0, Mike McDonold 6x6. Howard Jameson 616- W?s Soenccr 616, RcJoh York. 615, Chuck Moth.a5 655, 6i-i. Ray Powell 615, John ?/.il!er 61 i, Norman Rhofon 61i. Ham 6?0- Tom Tornlinsort 6tB, Wailv Waller 608, VV. T. i^mmons 606. Sid While 605, Frcnk Jackson 60:, Mark Graves and W. Baker 602, Women -- Wanda McKerule 604, Doris V/illioms 59-1. Govie Gollev 58S, Vie Doval 528, POL'Ifne Thompson 587, 556, 570, B. K. Vice-. 532, 3ann! Homllfon 5SO, 556, Joon Hurd 574, 566. Julie Hcrtman 170 Barbsrn Pendergrass S63. 560, Twon- rfa Pctiprsrxi £67, 537, JD Mitchell 54*. 5tf. Lury ShBIIon 563. Jnvcr White 562. SoiiV Cax 559, 513, Pat Cook 555, colon Fenberg 555, None) Brown 556, Mores M;t*en 55*. Mcixms Lir.enu 5W. Caftsev TrorriPl 55^. Helen Bvrd 555. Anne Pod- nr-V 55?. 5J9. W9, 534- '.Vonda PfiS* 550, S34f Jean Wonninq W7, Phyllis White S^i, Nila Clock 54i, Omo Fcr/c Givens SiS, Bobbvp Murphy 545, Helen Jochson Si5, 53?, trio Warren 5«, Joy Chad w icfc 5W. Mary Ahlcr 539, Jeoi Ruchie 5'iF,', Betfv Stanford 537. Mary McCain i3~ 5i, 525, DOT Rov 537, Carol Hoaan Evelyn Kir^lev 535 .V.arv Porker Sv:'ft 5V. Lois Bntp 53 3. 53?, Coro vn Jorcan S31, Coo- 511, Jnvce H;rs 53^, Stcll 7ropni-s 4. Sleeping Boos 0; Ammunition 3, Skis J; J- YOL-ns Hal Richardson 533; Tim Warren 199; Wanda Bero 197, 573. GOLDEN SPREAD MIXER -- First Htil s Comfort Air J?, 31; Second: Cer i-ii Hsmei j'":. C? : :. Team results: STP Marines 3, Traftm Prifiring 1; Team 1 3, Snap On Tooii !; Di.M Priniins , Vitiate Donui !}: Tip Top ElecJfonics 3. Huls Comfort Air !; Jarin Roksancici 3. K^nnt-th Walker Homes 1: Shaaoeli Ve^oors 3, Cervm Hs.mss l : Olsefi Perk SheM 2, Fefermnns '; Baldwin's Texaco 2. Petroleum Csffse Shop 2; Allen Howtev 537; '.','es Wlorrei 205; Wanda Berg 549, !?5. PANTEX MIXED -- First; Scooters 43'r. 19'.-:: Second: Co-Co's 4/. 21. Team results: Scooters 0, Hi Rollers 4; Atlev CQts 3, fen Pinners 1; Lucfcv Strikes 1. Stances 3; Roha-Murs '· B-J's 0; Co-Cos" 3, Alley Sweepers 1; F.eiecti 3. Thunder Birds 5 - SariODQGCers 3 Spinners 1; 3CS.P'* 0, Park Hills 4; Dr. Parker 6J3, jiJ; V.arv orker 550. Mori- Farmer 221. AMARILLO ALL STAR -- First: Palo D-jro tones 272.1EQ; Second: Everett's Plumbins 2».i5t. Team results: Palo Duro Lanes U.li3. Wavnes Flvino Service 10.245; Amariilo Bowl 10,203, PoMv's Let-' icring S a ruice 12.155; Everetts Plumbing' 13 023, Gollarnenu Bros 11.160; HH' Music ID EW3, Grand Bowl !4.006; Lucky Packoge 10J7i, Coor E 14.1J3.- A. A. Forca Base 13.096, Bank of Soulhwest !l 137; Russell Grant 633; Chuck Hcrt 275. A-MERS -- First; Haves Seastev Ag-n- c,- 50, !J; 5-cortd: Lobauah Mecfionicol ; i2. 25. Team results; Hoves aeosley Acencv -. Ro.'Q! Pcuttry 0; Suburban Realty 3, Coor's Beer 1; Wimpv's Fina J. Lobcuan Mechanical 0; Polly's Lettering Service 3. Village Snorting- Gsods 1; Jean Parramore 212, 575. LADIES TRIPLE CLASSIC -- Firs:: Arnholz Coriee J='-:, 25 1 /:; Second; Grand. Bcwi Z, Grit! -« ! :, 27V;. Team results: Arnnolz Coilee Co. '-, Clark Sions 3'.:; J C. Bellsh Real Estate 1. Notional. i-'ifho i . Co 3; L W. Young Adv. 0, · Grand Bowl Grill 4; No. i I, Cnam- 1 plin 3; Elza's Seauly Shop 3, Time. 1 Cfiemica! i; Good Housekeeping Shoo 3.- 1 Amarillo Photo Supplv 1; Anne Rodney 581- Jon Smiihson 205. GRAND BOWL. : COrFEE-SIPPER DOUBLES -- First: Last One 46. 22'. Second: Pin Guards I AA, 2S; Team results: Lost On»; C,' Amariiio Pockina Co. i; Chargs-ffs 3, | Jokers !; Pigglv V,'igplv No. 2S5 1.! Raiiiif SiSTErs 3; Sparetimers ~, Cox's'. Fruii .V.k:. 2, Pin Guards 2. Odtteolls T. '· Strike Ouis 3, Ttiose Two 1; Margie · Jones -:«?, 1S5. VANCE HALL FRIDAY MORNING -First- No. 1 ±2, 26; Second: No. 1 37, '31. Team results; No J 1, NO. 3 3; No. i 3, No. 5 1; No. 2 I, No. 1 3; : Guss:e Bailev !69, J9E. CIVIC -- First- C of C -17 21; Second: Lions Cus 39Vi. 331*2. Team resulls: Ki-; wants Blues 0. Lions 4; Lions Cubs 3V;, San Jocinto Kiwonis v;; C of C 3, Palo Duro ABC No. 2 1; South West Rotary! 1, Kiwanis Golds 3; ABC 4, pnlo Duro : ABC No. ! 0; Gorhardt Hinders 535; Flayd Cooper 20?. : COMMERCIAL -- First: Martinei 5ciK- keeping 52, 23; Second: Caors 47V:. 321.7. · Teom results' Coors 3, Grand Sowl 1; Andy's Uniied \Velding 3 ShoopeH Vendors 1; Vane? Hall 3, Cuellar Mexican Prod. 1; Goudoluoe Parish 3, FraNs Plumbing 1; Anchor Lounge 3, Hyde Trailer Soies 1; Adorns Floor Sanding 21-:, Martinez Bookkeeping lv;; Bob- bv Sfocv 619; Lee Tibbs 236. BOWLANZA -- First: Odd Ba!U 42V':,. 25'/:- Second; Two Bee's 41, 27. Teom: results- Two See's 2, T\vo H's 2; Odd' Balls 3, Little ? i; Double Trouble 3,; BE.N 1; P.J.'s 1, Dum Dums 3; Dizzv] Duo 3, Rich Steppers 1; Eaton Fenbers; 553, 233. TRIPLE SCRATCH -- First: Furniture j Fashions 57, 35; Second: Northnm Seed; 52V;, 37'/3. Team results; Northruo Seed'. 0 Doc Sai'nce Suoclv 5; Furniture Fash- j ions 2, Na. 7 3; No. 2 Q, N'c. 5 5; Amsr-' icon Trailer 4''i, Amorillo Custom Build-' ers ' j; L. V. Dunn 763 (4 aames); : Chorles Pace 234. : GOLDEN SPREAD MIXED -- First: j Pinfcney Sunray 55, 17; Second: Lane's; Ice Cream -*3, 29. Team results: No. 5 4,; Dr. Pepper 0, D8.S Pharmacy 1. Pink; ney Sunray 3, Mend's 3ckery 3, Dss'on: Gallery 1, Lor.e's Ice Cream 3, A-l : Aaplioncc 1. Plaza Cleaners 0, No I J., Jack W.cCIa'n 5o6, 2iO; Mary AAcClain S39. 201. FRIDAY NIGHTERS MIXED -- First: ; L°flors ii. li; Second: Walker Homes ; JO, 21. Team results: Leflars 3. Holcnmb: M(B. 1- Aclion Real Estate 3, Homfl-: Ion Funds t; J. Lee Milligan 1, VJcsfcrnj Bowl 3; Ken Walker Homtt 2. Betty! Brite Cl. 2; No. 12 2, Taylor t. Son 2; I Eddie Frieze 555; Rooer Payne 2M; i Willie Poyna 461; Moroorei LambriQht ; 169. PALO DURO LANES. i TIME WATCHERS -- First: Pieoscnt, Valley Lbr. ^3, 33; Polo Duro Lanes,: Lone Star Seer 43, 33. Teom results:. Lone Star Beer 1, Tpncfercrust Bread 3; HH Sotg. Gas. 0, Palo Duro Lanes 4;. Bailey's Fina Serv. 2, Pleasant Valley: Lbr. 2; HorrinBlon Enco 0, KZIP Radio: 4; Dorene Sims 513; Wounita Brown 202. i DUDES 'N' JANES -- First: Clark; Signs 49. 23; Second; Dr. Peeper 43, 24.- Team results- Panhandle Mobile Homes 1- Clark Sions 3; Plains Sales 2, Dr.' Pepper 2- No. 11 3, Sutlon Foods 1; Amorillo Stockyards 3, Hills Barber Shop] 1; Anderson Mattress 1, 1 3; Loyal Pest i Control 4, R»eder Plumbing !· Hto. i 0; Silly Woods 583, 233; Penny Bryant 550, 194. ' FRIDAY FROLICS -- First: Palo 1 Duro Lanes Polo Duro O's -17, 25," Second- HS.H Soortinq Goods 46, 26. Team results- Mike Vurony Point 3, Custom Weldmo 1; DuHon Cleaners 4, M. D. Stark Point 0; Pofiy's Leticrtno Serv. i, Pride Cleaners 0; Crop Word Musk fi. Polo 4; Suzy's Style Shop 1- HH Sporting Goods 3; Clark Signs I, Palo Dura O's 3- Lou Chambers S77, 206. HITS AND MRS. MIXED -- First: Alamo Trailer Sales SJVs. 27Vj: Second: Joyhav,'!c Advertisino Co. 57, 32. Tnam results- Air Terminal Standard 1, Carl Anderson Trucks 3; Roe's Honda Soles 3. Best wosh 1; Joyhowk Advertising Co. 4, Wioreheod Food Disiributors 0; Alamo Trailer Scies 3, J!m Braxton Insurance 1; S. ',v. Barber Betiuiy Supolv 1, Kuv- kcndall Veals 3; No. 16 4. Lumber 1 . Supply 0, AS.A Drilling 0. Bobby Hammond PiufYibinq £; Teamsters IF Fronft s . Plumbino 3; C. L. Rotliff 577; Ler Roy Holl 214; Gforqeno Hoilenbouoh 5 2 3 ; fj.orgy Neer 700. GOODYEAR TIRE SALE ITS A FACT: more people ride on Goedyew Tires than on'any other kind...and that's be«n true for 52 consecutive years] OOCY YOU SAVE ON OUR POPULAR REPLACEMENT TIRE WITH OVER 9000 GRIPPING EDGES! Safety All -Weather · - - . NOW ONLY 6.50/7.00 1 13 blackwall iubeless plus 51JS Fed. Ex. Tax No trade-in needed 2-PLY TUBELESS FOR COMPACTS AND SMALLER CARS (DISCONTINUED CONSTRUCTION) Size 5.90/6.00x13 -6.50/7.00x13 6.95/7.35x14 5.60x15 7.35x15 Blackwalt Price li.45 17.5S s ?.s i 7JS s ?.«. WhitcwaJI Price 519.45 S20.55 522. 65 S20.35 522.S5 Plus Fed. Ex. Tax Ho trade-in needed SL42 S1.75 S1.32 S1.51 S1.S4 4-PLY FOR REGULAR SIZE AND BIG CARS WhilEWall c.j P i1 ST ,, "'" No trade-in needed 7.75x14(7.50x14} 3.25x14 (8.00x14) 3.55x14 (8.50x14) 7.75x15 (6.70x15) 8.15x15 (7.10x15) 8.45x15 (7.60x15) S.85;9.00xl5 (8.00/8.20x15) S22.95 525.00 523.35 S22.H S2S.OO 528.35 S31.40 52^1 52.38 S2.55 S2.23 S2.33 £2.53 S2.86 ·[Size shown also replaces size in parenthesis SAVE ON THIS HIGH- PERFORMANCE 4-PLY NYLON CORD TIRE Track tested at speeds up to 120 mpM Custom Power Cushion m Ofion cord coastructhtt . . blackwafl tubeless plus SL30 Fed. Ex. TK No trarfe-ia needed Sizet Blackmail Tubsles 7.00X13 7.35x14 {7.00x14) 7.75x14(7.50x14) 8.25x14(8.00x14) 8.55x14(3.50x14) 7.75x15(6.70x15) 8.15x15(7.10x15) 9.00x15(8.20x15) Site Prica S2J.55 525.60 527.15 529.80 S32.B5 527.15 J29.SO S3S.OO P)U5 Fed. Ex.Ta)t tta trade-in needed ?LS3 52.08 Si21 S23S 5255 52.23 52.33 52.86 Size shown also replaces size in parenthesis WHfTEWAU-S M.SO AVAILABLE AT SALE PRICES t Easy Terms! Free Mounting! BUY NOW AT EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! GOODYEAR PRICE BREAK! · Extra-mileage Tufsyn rubber and 3-T Nylon Cord · Track-tested for 100 miles at 100 MPH 1tobele« sizcf 6.50x13 (7.00x13) 7.75x14 (7.50x14) 8.25x14 (8.00x14) 7.75x15 (6.70x15) Blackball Price S12.00 S13.00 S17.00 S13.00 Whttewall Price 514.00 SI 5.00 SI 9.00 S15.00 Plus Fed. Ex. Tax and old tire $1.55 51.88 $2.05 51.39 Goodyear All-Weather AS LOW AS Uplesa platform I * Heavy-duty, easy-clean vlnyll - - : · White baked enamel finish! j Easy-to-rsad dial, 300-pound capacity 1 . .3 carrying tiandlal Limit ens par customar at this price. Additional scales, $2.58 each. tSize shown aiso replaces size in parenthesis 6.50its or 7.001!3 btacfcwall tubeltss phfi $1.55 Fed. Ex. Tax and oid tire YOU GET A GREAT DEAL FROM.., ruu tici M uficMi I/CHL mum... ^gg* GOOD/YEAR Heafth-O-Meter BATH SCALE nu/v ONLY Yucca's,Pin Pushers in Junior Tourney Th! Yucca's and the Tin Push- prs ^rr UIP senior division champions of UIP t h i r d a n n u a l A m a n l l n .lunior Bowling Association Team T o u i n a m e n t which was hold Saturday at the Am arillo Bowl. The Yucca's of the A m a r i l l o Bowl led the boys with 3,056. Amarillo Bowl No. 2, composed of howlers from A m a r i l l o Bowl and Kastridfie Bowling Palace, finished second with 2,957. The Pin Pushers of A m a r i l l o paced thn girls with 2,752. Other winners: Junior Roys -- Dor Ssvasci Supply, Amarillo Bowl, 2,636; Pin Busters, Western Bowl and! Palp Duro Lanes, 2,560. .lunior Girls -- Whirl-Winds. Palo Duro Lanes, 2,585; A m a r i l - lo-Westcrn, 2,577. B a n t a m s Boys--Hornets, Kasl- ridgc, 1,561; Tailgates, Western,. ; 1.525; A division -- Paving Pins-: Hurricanes, Eastridgc-Western' 1,505; Tigers, Palo Duro, 1,457; j ' B division -- Westerners, West-! ern, 1,414; Mixers, Western, | 1,356. i Bantam Girls -- Alley Cats, 'Amarillo-Wcslern, 1,533; Belli Bottom Belle's. Palo Duro, 1,443.j A division -- Non-Strikers, P a l o ' Dum, 1,415; B division -- Mon- kce's, Palo Duro, 1,381; Bubble Belle's, Palo Duro, 1,302s TWO-GALLON GAS CAN L I M I T TWO Features reversable 6'.i inch flexible metal spout and deluxe plastic vent. Metallic red with yellow trim. 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