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24 Palm Beach Post Friday, Nov. 8, 1968 Lee's Versatility Helps Scots Win 1 - J O X"-: ( ia Score Board NBA Roundup Lake Worlli Pier lishermen Stratlnn. Ok. 12 7 1UI S .1 M Zdmmil. NS 7 M 1 4 S iWhnrnrr. MH 17 21 I TlPrn.-. JC 45 15 217 5 i Pt-rli.im.CN 47 11 111 1 WjIsIi I'lK. 1" 7n 4 il Mi huhi-n. Oki-e 12 s 51 17 INK RKI KRIMI No. Vd?.. Dunn. .111. 25 .141 1.1b Wisp. I.S 1" 2u:l 10 7 l- n-.in. LS li 12 11 1 Farlv SA 11 b5 11.2 Hiimi-r. Oki-i- 1" 12S 12 Coib.-il.SA " 17 IMi ( oiimn.1. .111. ''I 1" 1 H.inl.f. .111. " 7.1 s I W.ills NS C 1"7 H 1 Mmhi-ll. JC H Ion At:,ilns; ans! roriHu 'i'ii'" n" C-i Katt-rn likion W L P't- 7 2 .77 fc 2 7jO t'inrinnail Mainmort' f tost on Otroit I'hilddt Iphld . i'w York . . f 4 V Rick Lee, St. Andrew's quarterback, is second in rushing and third in passing according to the latest independent schoolboy football statistics. Lee has gained 558 yards rushing in Ml carries for an average of 4.3 yards per carry and has completed 27 of 54 passes for 378 yards in leading the Scots to a 6-2 record. Lake Shore's James Benjamin paces the rushing department with 810 yards in 104 attempts. Charles Close of Leonard continued to lead the independents in passing with 57 completions out of 107 pitches for rjXtj yards. Close's favorite target this season has been Rick Dunn, who tops the receivers with 25 grabs, good for 341 yards. 4J .2 Milw.mktf Western DKiilun TKAMOKPKNSK Hush Iih Tiiul L iki' Sh'iri' is, ii hj 1 i;i 11 Cilgo Rallies For 8-7 Win LAKE PARK Bob's Citgo down 7 0 at one time roared back to an 8 7 win over Pratt & Whitney in slow pitch sottball action here Thursday night. Chuck Ross drove in the winning run in the sixth frame. Phil Walters rapped two hits as RCA dumped Camilli's b 1. Jim Vowell and Bob Hinson slimmed two hits each tor the losers. Spectra blasted Park Way, 11-5, behind Harry Baker's two hits, including a home run. ls In 1 225.1 1'.7 1 r. 1 221 5 "1 2 11'" i 21" '. V 1 I'm 21" 11 M 2 77.2 H.l I I"" 1 27 s ijs .1 Mnnn- H.nt'n SI Anilri'u- s .1 ! l..-"n,i:.i I'lllll I .1! "i! i-ith Sim: ! ' Iki'l'l'llllhc,. ' .ii ihn.H Ni-i ni.in si' li li.nd.'ns -, ' ii ; ; , TK AM IIKKI- VSK Hush I'iiss Tnlal I .'is Ant'dcs . . . 7 1 .fiTfi - S.in Din!" 5 :t S.in ! i .tncis, o . . . 'm ! I'mwriix 1 411 .VianLi 4 t fhtcdtu ... 1 H ui SimIIIi- . 1 S L!7". H-1n-sdav K"nuUs Cm inn.tM 1 ii. ( hit .mo UJ Ih fruit L'7. Si.itlli- 11M I.rts AniiTlrs 1 JH. Milwaukee ll'i i.ilNmon- 110, AtUnM ll't S.in Fl.inrisin 't4, Nrw York !H Onl afiifs k( h-duled. Thursday ';unr Sciltlr -it Chu ai:o Only scheduled Friday' dumrs Seal tie .tt Morton S.in r'ninnsco at Detroit New York at Los Angeles San liny" AHanta onlv yanies scheduled. ABA Roundup Kaslern l.itisiun Won Lost IM B Minnesoia ... 1 I SOU - Kentii' k ri 't r New Ydik '! .'. Mi., mi I ( "Ht Indiana . . . . I H i Western livlsinn Oakland 1 Xi7 - Hmisiori 2 1 Wm New Or lean-. . I I 'M I .ns Angeles . ... 2 1 iW Demet 1 1 m Dallas i I IKNl Wednesday's Results l.us Anni J'"- IH. Dallas 117 Miami 12 t. New Orleans UN Dernei I'.i Indiana lit", overtime Kentm kv I M. Minnesoia 1 l I Mil'. L'. trues scheduled Today's feline D.illaial IVmei llnijsinn .it New ( i It-ans Indiana ,iM ukl.infl I ml L'ltlties scheduled. r"rid.i'..iiiies Vu.,itics si hetlulfd i1". f , Jom Robert Gertrude L W. John Niemi Lone McDonald Cirtmcm Adams Doon Milter Wilson Miami . Miomi Perm. St Perm. St Miami Perm. St Miami Pnn. St Perm. St Perm St 17-U 24-17 317 38-12 18J2 14-7 21-14 20-14 Florida vi. Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Florida Florida Georgia Georgia 7 28-13 20-14 216 21-10 7-j 14-7 24-12 Flo. A&M vi. N.C. A&T Flo. AtM Flo. AiM Fla. A&M Fla. A&M Fla. A&M N.C A&T Flo. AiM N C A&T 12-7 24-6 7 40O6 26-12 21-14 17j7 28-14 Florida St. vt. FSU FSU Mitt. St FSU F50 FSU Miu. St FSU Mitt. St 2U6 m 20-13 26-13 )b 70 28J 13-7 Tampa vt. Tompa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa tott Carolina 2K7 2U7 20-0 40-7 20-11 24-21 2N7 24-18 Dolphint vt. Dolphint Dolphint BuHalo Dolphint Dolphin Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins Buffalo 14-k 28-24 24-21 24-21 24-23 JT 147 30-26 LSUvt. LSU Alabama Tie Alabama Alabama LSU Alabama Alabama Alobomo 17-14 27-17 14.14 23-19 2J-7 28-14 21-18 Palm Beoch vs. Leonard Leonard Palm Bch. Palm Bch. Leonard Leonard Palm Bch. Leonard Leonard 14;6 14-7 13-6 3JU7 14-11 14-6 207 13-10 Lake Worth vt Riviera Lake W. Riviera Riviera Lake W. Riviera Lake W. Riviera Riviera Beach 7J 17-13 30-13 30-14 Tak 7-3 210 5-4 Detroit vt. Colts Coltt ColU Colu Colts Colts Colts Colt, Bohimore 14-7 35-24 30-13 28-7 30-26 21-13 28-14 30-28 tl l- , Chuck Ed Bil Bob Chuck Don Hank Ed I IK' .'SporlS Voorhit Planted Bolft Husky Otterson Boy kin Frothaug Buckow u ,, 50-15-5 47-18-5 45-20-5 45-20-5 44-21-5 43-22-5 42-23-5 41-24-5 fders w jU 2 ;692 j672 ;662 M6 631 Miami vs. Perm St Perm. St Penn. St Perm. St Perm. St Penn. St Penn. St Miami Prm.St 3V7 21-17 17-10 20-14 21-17 17-14 21-17 24-21 Florida vs. Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Florida Georgia 19.7 28-14 147 14-13 17-16 38-10 14-7 24-21 Fla. AfcMvt. Fla. A&M Fla. A&M Fla. A&M Fla. A&M Fla. A&M Fla. A&M Fla. A&M Fla. A&M N.C A&T lut, 40-19 19-0 14-2 42-7 36-7 28-10 38-14 Florida St vs. FSU FSU FSU FSU FSU FSU FSU FSU Mitt. St 2N7 34-14 30aj 20-6 38-21 42-14 24 24-14 Tampa vt. Tampa Tampa Tompa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa Tampa East Carolina 1U6 32-14 21-13 13-7 28-24 2M 31 -J4 28-14 Dolphint vt. Dolphint Dolphins Dolphint Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins Dolphint Dolphins BuHolo 28-24 27-24 24-17 20-16 31-28 28J T 17-10 28-24 LSUvt. Alabama LSU Alabama LSU LSU Alabama Alabama LSU Alabama 14aj 14-13 17-14 14-13 17-15 17-16 107 21-17 Palm Beach vt. Leonard Leonard Palm Bch. Palm Bch. Leonard Leonard Palm Bch. Palm Bch. Leonard 2JL6 52-0 7-i 13-12 20-14 207 M 28-14 Lake Worth vt. Lake W. Lake W. Lake W. Riviera Riviera Lake W. Lake W. Riviera Riviera Beoch Mai 14-13 14-7 14-13 6-fJ 2109 14-7 14-13 Detroit vt. Colts Cotts Colts Colts Colts Colts Coks Colts Bommore 28-21 35-10 I 24-10 21-20 17-14 20-7 I 27-20 24-17 ll h hi ' ls 2 212 .1 Si Amli.-u s "Hli Sim,,' I I l.i'on.iiil I.iK.Shoi,. M"iiM' H,ii ti liillll I , II Mill Dki'i-i liobi., t'.uil Ni'w'oi.in xP II i;.u.li is si I 211. 'i 2 51 I "1 I 211 0 72 I 2-M. II 5s ii In7 5 'is 1 lift I 22.1 fill 5 LIS II INI) 111 SHINIi 111 Ills ; Bi'iilanun. I.S ,i su 7 s I I 5 1 I.e.'. SA 1 il y,s Mn. hi ll. .11' im -,i sllalluili. Mil 71 517 Sinn. ill. .H ' jiim j 7 j Hen HI. SA ,', 142 Ki.nl. 1 Ike.' .st, 122 I I A Little Goes a lonq Way! At siiu:i: ioi ksw .i: 4190 Okih0b Bivtt W Palm och - 60-3000 WE NEEoIoUiTcIr 1 1. 1. .1111.1. .Ill, (li J:i II I II U illianis, S lil Ms ,1 'I While. NS ,. im I i INI) I'VSSINIi 1 six ur niiirc riiniili-tiiinsi All. ( iimp. 1 riv (iain Cl 'se. .III. 111".' 57 "Vi 1, I Alien. I.S 11,7 51 ',71 5 I I SA 5 27 I7S 7 0 NHL Roundup l-uil DIvMiitt tt I. T I'tv tiV A li.Mnri K)ll H 41 27 MmiiipmI 7 2 1 r 1" s, w Y.m k 7 I d 14 IT 2d I till .it;" . . . ti 5 l 1-' 5tl 41 1.....BI.. . 5 .1 1 11 21 21 l)i !in;l 4 11 ! 14 !1 Hist Division SI l.nuis 5 5 1 U 14 2K I..,-. Anm-lo. 4 5 1 9 22 l'lii!;i(li'lihi;i 3 6 2 H 22 M o.ikl.inil 3 2 8 25 .17 Minnt'sdl.i t 7 1 7 21 21 I'HOlnnith 22 fi 22 15 i Dog Racing I BMMMMMBMiMMMMBMi Old Dominion Captures Horse Show Championship Entries Miami Biscay ne Selections - Misier Marvin. New Word. S. P. - Teddv 'sKim.J.N.'s Tavah )vt Hondo -, 'ulmi- Charlie Silvern, Eiuly Wynn. Art Fowler and Vei n Morgan on manager Billy Martin's board of strategy. dis Hftlni'sday's Results Tin until 1. Mlnni-sou tl iJt lM-i' b. (Iiir.ii!ii 5 li'Mmi 7. 1'lnl.iilelprii.i 1 St l.i.uis :t. I'lllshui i.'tl 1 Uis AnN'li's 2. New York II iliih i.inn's n. ht'.lulcd. I'lniiNdAy'slianics I'liisliuinh .il Miinti'f.il Mmn.'..l.i ,it Dt'tmn S: l.u'iis .i' l'hlU(li'l)lii.i ' ml i:. inn's m h.-.t lli il Post Scripts ,t. Sccrcl Switch, Norman's Nub. Kradv Kecui'd l .John's Cnllryr Hov, S. I's Tnnv. Jiubv t'l.iude V- r'inal h'atcl. ( ilv lilues, t rnv 'ira tow n i m,ix White Wint;s, Mold .lack. M.ika Hit: Star 7 ,'ei e(J. Sun Struck. Pleaser H l-'ora Sue, H. .I.'s ,le! Slai , Classv Tcm- mel Old Kim. liront'torie, Ronald Tip 1(J Flashv KolK . TfiUL-'hSultjerl.t Irennble 1 J I nn "s .June. .1. A.'s ('lit I. Lad Senator 12 liarfs Mini. Missle lock. I.arr Kent TIRED OF AIRPLANES THAT DRAG THEIR FEET? Private Pilot? 50 Hours T.T.? READ ON . . . The new Mooney Statesman, with PC Stability System and RETRACTABLE gear is so easy to fly thai YOU can check out with NO PREVIOUS RETRACTABLE TIME! Island-Hop, Vacation, or take Business Trips in 170 MPH style and comfort and for less cost than you'd think. Call or better yet, come out and get wilh Mike or Bill, our instructors for your RETRACTABLE CHECKOUT. $8.00 gets you started. NEW YORK ilPh-John Neidert, a rookie linebacker, was signed by the New York Jets Thursday after his release by the Cincinnati Bengals earlier this week. Neidert, 6-4 and 210 pounds, fills the slot vacated by injured Mike Strornberg. and South American challenger Oscar lionavena. The bout was originally scheduled lor Dec. 3, but postponed a week by mutual agreement. Hiiliy Katies Konip KORT IMKIiCK - Dan McCurly scored in every quar-ler to down Vero Beach 2-1-7 in a iayvee footliall meeting here Thursday. itii Bi-;l( ll II 7 ii ir 7 K.im V arl 6 b I, h ;i I '1 - I- nuns In! in .in lt-SI).ra I urn -V.I-.. ski, k I'M - li'llkllls 1 Mill hM -M'is.'l'. 2 inn DM - Su n 1 1 un lM HTM MMM . ii kit i v it i i:i Results Time HI: 111 li un I '20 11.60 5.10 liiilsi-'i-Hi.H 7th-B.C., B I A sS,i,ii' Vi-lvi-irijuili- S P llimil" Sun Struck i i W-ii il l-';iiirlti' Mi-.iilaw (ilim lllSuiii't I'li-nsi-r Misli'i M.irviii I'ridi-iil Ant.-I (ihk'i l Ann -l,i(l Iwin I il.lll'l liio Siiulhlmi' II "k. IT! I'. i-rcil 2nil-K(..( Hlli-M( II 1 1 "lit', s Kini ( lass ( iiiumt-l l ilki'i'.'.- 11 I s In st.it Yullttl'lls lilTII'll' Sillli.l'i li.nlli ll.i Klii)h.iss Ci'tiiii Hull sOi-i,i '-: e . tt 1 1 1 Nuru.ilk I ir .-Tifl.tn -'l.ii.i Sue I S ' l n ;ih Deo I n il. -I 3rd 3-l.l 'ltli-5 Id. A II W s Preempt In. ill. i ll.iiiln In 111,! Km P.i .iih Ui-i.inl M i t k ' -I MissSinri'M' I'i'iliih "! in. in s Null R.isSlil'li M.iH Sii ii I Swili h Si's li, s' i l-iin l iini rm k'in.ilil I ii l(lllll'l' 1 ll'W Hlntll'lnni' llli-111 ..I) llllh B.C., A s p.--. Inn', l-'l.islii I . ,H John's l "lli i'i' H-n.il (Hh sp.ii - mi:" 1 'ppiTiliiu Piiln ( I. mill- P.ir.iiiliinaliu Hinki lloll (.n-niilili' Kl.it.- i.l ' .1 A s Klhel ( oi lii Tou. h Subji-t-t Hound Pot; i. Mi Holm II. .illl-IK.,1) llth B.C.C ( in Hlui's Uiirki-t Ann .I N sTmuh l.iiu WcllSMk'i'd "ii" ZiiVuluo W. ilium. i w.ilii'i Col.' l- ln.il F.iii'l .1 A.M'lilf ( i. Ho s P.ii k Si-nm Ch.ivo UuiiK.u lun s luno ('nun i,i.iiewn l..nK Si-n,iliii Hlli-Bl.B 12tli-Bt.,( Itildlaik KIl.iK.nu Si'ii.iii Wi Inkle ll.uP Spi'i'Ml H.ufs Mini PiMiil (jiiiiMndo M .k.i llm Stu i Mom's Iti-sl M'. l. inn' Missile Kiiek ll'.-.in "! I.un U.-nl M.i Won Umi;s M,,, niisr-j in. b 7 Revival 4 Maslor Touch ((iiii!iilnll-7)!i"K.lill SK(ONI)- B.( .. ( I Helen l.ei.naid 1 Plok-nostle i JT COMPLETE AVIATION g SERVICE 'FLORlDAi I in. :ll :ll, 7 Kll I, 20 poll i so Hi lolKslone SAN JUAN, P.R. lUPli The draw was scheduled today for the weekend interone Davis Cup lennis matches between the United Slates and India. Arthur Ashe Jr. of Richmond, Va., and Clark Graebnor of New-York were tabbed for Saturday's singles matches. A doubles malch is slated for Sunday and the final two singles Monday. quinielu ( I 3l S22.JII H.-rln-la 13 1 1 SIH.WI DMI.VDOl m.Kl7 :lil:l.1.lll PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Red Berenson tied a modern National Hockey League record for most goals in one game with six Thursday night as the St. Louis Blues smashed the Philadelphia Flyers 8-0. The original record was set by Syd Howe of the Detroit Red Wings on Feb. 3, 1944, against the New Y'ork Rangers. NEW YORK (API - dene Cunningham of Warrenton, Va., rode Old Dominion to the Green Conformation Hunter championship at the National Horse Show-Thursday and who should be on hand to present him wilh The Cap and Clown Challenge Trophy but his wife. The Cunninghams put up the trophy in honor of their great conformation hunter, Cap and (iown, who dominated the division for several years. While he has not been retired officially, Cap and (iown has nol been in a show this year. Old Dominion, a .'i-yearold chestnut gelding, captured the linal class, the stake, and finished with IT points. Logically, owned and ridden by Susan Lenahan of Greenwich Conn., was reserve champion with 13 lj points. Mrs. Charles P. Stevenson's No limit from Buffalo, N.Y., won the Regular Conformation Hunter Class and went into the lead for the championship with 12 points. Big Line, owned by Mrs. H.H. Morris of New Canaan, Conn, took the lead for the Open .lumper crown by winning the morning class. He was ridden by Conrad Homfeld and now has seven points. PHILADELPHIA (UP! (-Promoter Lou l.uccesi said Thursday a Dec. 10 date has been set for the heavyweight championship fight between Joe Frazier THIHD - J IB. C Time 31 :U H Smilev Mm- : 5:4II li.KI .1 ( ri Miss Dillv S:2II li:K0 7 ( nmv Frank 10:211 Palm Beach County Park Airport 2633 Lantana Rd., Lanlana. 965-6400 lliiinii la i:i-Hi $:5 lill I'itI.'.'I.i iK :li SIS.sil Kll IUTI - H I ., I) Time 111 :1ti .1 Id-vis in: Ml Piill 1:20 1 Mau Mau 5.211 :i:2li 2 ( arslan 1'Nl zf hi, 1 1; si. I" 1 in 1 1 si: ii" Hid u If 1 ilini.-la l 1 11) S2II.2IP I'l-rln ta (3-1 1 SSI.3II Unil - B ( .. I) Time 31: W s Max Kinu I ol 7:Sli 5 In I 20 Nil! IISHING WfD FRI ii .1 s rh, milium i, ii I Hi sii 5 I .lunloe 5: in 1 D U i. 1 1 D U tliiini.1,1 Hi HiSUiHill I'ri-li'i la i K li iSI22.SU 1 FflWlEJRA CITY DOCKS SIXTH -B.C.. 11 Tilili-:ll.'2 7 l,(i Niiiina I SII .1.IMI 2. 10 MUNTZ HOUSE OF STEREO OFFERS HOUSTON (ITU San Francisco, Utah Stale and Portland i Ore. ) were picked by host Houston Thursday tor the annual Blucbnnnel Bowl basketball tourney in the Astrodome Dee. 27 28. Houston laces Portland in one bracket and San Francisco meets Utah Stale in the other half of the draw. I li Waded 'l:lill .1 PH VI 8-7919 NITE VI 4-6920 I Zella s llalie 1: 10 8 mam l)umi.-l:i 1 1, 7 1 Jl I Ml I'. rl.'.Ta I T fii Hl'.ill StA KVTH B.C., B Time 34:25 .1 Southern Dude 11.20 ti iul .1.411 H OD.'s Daisev 7.2H I mi 4 Zameraln 2 till luinii la II I l 5j SII I'l-rli'i u 13-S i tlllil IK1 KK.HTH - M.C., U Time Ml : 4H 2 Palsv .lav !l.4(l 1.1(1 ,'l.ltO li (ilnBorJar .'l.lio 2.WI 5 M.V. Bomher .1.40 (iiinl. la ('2-tll ttT.MI P.-rfei ta l'2-tll WII.IHI NINTH 5-IS, A Time 31:05 ti Mannix A. 75 SII .1.20 2 HO I Mauled I (ill 2 40 7 l.lna (iun 4 20 iiinii'la 1 ,1-li 1 17.-211 Pi-rti-i ta 1871) I24.MI TKN'TH B.C., A Time 33:73 J Knlanla 1.1.40 5. Ml l.(Kl 5 .lohnnv Koi ki't .'I.WI :i.S0 1 lllack Fabian 7 20 Wiiliiii la H 5 m.M PrrtwU (4-51 55.2II MINNEAPOLIS ST. P A U I. ( UPI i John Gorvl was named to the Minnesoia Twins coaching sl.tfl Thursday, joining l 111 Time ill 'id 1 Ml I (ill I III I III I III s!f pill, ttl ion imnt.-f-ini i ,., . . n.i'.J 1 I '2 ""' : his- KIJA KNTII - B ( I Skmnv Mai ittilia 5 :,1isi i ll,in .1 I'ai'iiina ((iiiiiiiT.i i I 5. tit 211 THKI.I'H - B ( ..( 1 ImkeSiTiii 1 I. A s (,li-ri: 2 liii k's I liiulilinin lllillli'l:l I 3 1 1 Mill till ears Tim.- 31: 21 CAPITOL 8-TRAGK STEREO TAPES . . . THE CARTRIDGE Til ATS AT HOME W HEREVER YOU ARE! THE BEATLES GLENN CAMPBELL MERLE HAGGARD. MANY, MANY MORE! MOW ON SALE! S lill ISO 211' HI 'I IHI I III IVrl.-(laM3li:l7.IIU .11 XII BlKll I j) 13 I' M Mlruil.iiiii'8 21W -t ' i V" a W V 1 s !r WWW" Vi,-, t 7 l nmwiiiiii.i ii , itiwrfiY rt-iiiii''i in , i jm i . ' ' ' -JiretWili" llanilli. vll'i. I'll Comedian Wins At Aqueduct LAURKL, Md. (AP) - Fort Marcy, an American entry, arrived in good shape at Laurel race course Thursday from New-York City, completing the eight-horse field of probable starters for Monday's Washington, U.C.. International. Sir Ivor, the Irish entry and Knglish Derby winner, went five furlongs on grass in 1:02 breezing and was named as the even-money favorite for the $150,000, li, -mile turf classic. Trainer Vincent O'Brien said he was pleased with Sir Ivor's work. "He did what he was asked to do in pleasing fashion." Czar Alexander, another U.S. entry, went five furlongs on the Mister... 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The mutuel department at Laurel set Czar Alexander at 5-1 odds. Track officials will hold a drawing for post positions F'ri 1401 Broadway 'Riviera Beach 842-4286 2740 S. Dixie Hwy. We$t Palm Beach 832-8485 Brake Department Charge It! No Down Payment! No Interest! day for the 17th annual running muffler I SHOPS 1 of the race. M-USTKIt NOW 015 ANYTI.MK AT SKAKSTOUft OMA McLain Schedules Sjmphony Appearance SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) 6507 So. Dixie W.P.B. Dennis McLain, 31-game winner HOUSE OF STEREO MUNTZ Nothinfi buy. Just Hifiistcr At Scars or Si-iirxtown inn-Dixie store. Drawing Nov. I ftli l) lM. (lou ilii not hiie In lie present lit in ) kmplittee .if VI inn lime nd Sear l liifilile Ph. 585-1840 for the world champion Detroit Tigers and the American League's Most Valuable Plaver, will make his first symphony appearance Dec. 22 here.

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