The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 17, 1947 · Page 4
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Monday, March 17, 1947
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Stan Musfal tay« not to try '«nd out gue« the hurler, ju*t flct iet for a fast ball and twing with everything you have, and Stan should know . . . Bill Graham and Tippy Larkin meet In the feature bout at- Madison Square Garden on friday night. . . . Navy was still South Atlantic AAU *wim champ after rolling up 66 points in a meet held over the weekend . . . Herb McKenley of Illinois, looki like a cinch in the London games 400 rrf>ter race next year . . . .Lehlgh's wrestlers annexed the team title on Saturday, ending a four year reign held by Navy . . . The fighting Irish of Notre Dame will be fighting on .St. Patrick's Day as the finals in the university's boxing tourney are scheduled for that day ... Ed Macauley and Gerald Tucker are figured as the . two men to steal the show in the fifth district NCAA cage playoff between St. Louit and Oklahoma. The Cardinals won their fourth straight game in the Grapefruit League by trouncing the Phillies 8 to .4 ... Bruce Woodcock, British heavyweight champion, fights Stephan OIek of France tonight. Coach Frank Leahy of . Notre Dame has postponed starting football practice for a day because of the condition of the playing field . . . Henry Cochet won the men's singles title In the Egyptian net tourney . Lew. Worsham of Washington. D. C., tied Clayton Heafner for first place in the Jacksonville open golf tourney . . . Charles Red Ruffing is proving to be the hardest working player' in the camp of the Chicago White Sox. A triple steal by the Boston Red Sox enabled them to defeat the Cincy Reds 6 to 4 ... The Pitt basketball team gave top honors to Illinois and West Virginia in selecting its Alt-Opponent team. . . . Joe Cronin expects his Boston Red Sox to have a tougher time winning the American League pennant than last year and he picks Detroit, Cleveland and New York as the contenders. • . . Washington defeated the Browns 10 to 9 yesterday Detroit came from behind yesterday to defeat the New York Yankees . . . Hank Greenberg banged out a pair of homers as the pirates defeated the Boston Braves 13 to 1 ... Marshall College swept the boards for honors in the NAIB cage tourney at Kansas City . . . Eddie Stanky . : tripled to win thejjame for the Dodgers in the 11th frame from the Canal Zone team . . . Rudy Paynich, former Owl hurler, left the game all tied up after hurling most of tht way for the Canal team. Oceanographers estimate that the waters of the Arctic Ocean are completely*, changed every 150 years. Fruit Growers Attention Slats for.repairing field-crates, solid tongue and groved bottoms. Immediate Delivery. Blue Ridge Box & Shook Co. Rear 114 N. Potomac St. Hagerstown, Md. ATTENTION Do YOU want to sell your car? GET CASH IN '. 5 MINUTES We Tvili pay top pric - for any o£ clean, late model car. NO ONE CAN PAY YOU MORE! Automobile Brokerage Co. 695 Penn*. Ave. Phone 459S At Full-child Plant So. 1 *YOUR RADIATOR NEED ANY WATER? STOP HERE! Service Is Our Motto Gas ~ Oil -- Water Tire* Checked i >• Gulf Service Station R. C. Sellman 31 North Jonathan Open 7 Till 9 Legion Quint Takes Measure Of Redskins Five Legion Five Scalps Skins Washington Gridders Prove No Match for Local Cagers, Losing 75 to 37 fa The Washington Redskins might have been plenty hot on the gridiron last season in the National Pro Grid League, but yesterday on the' hardwoods at the Armory they were cooled off by the Morris Frock Post No. 42, American Legion cagers to the tune of 75 to 37. Jumping off ro a fast start the Legion aggregation took over and maintained their advantage throughout the entire game. After a close first period in which the Redskins made their best showing the Legion boys started a barrage on the cords that gave them a 33 to 27 lead at half time. In the third perio'i the Skins faded right out of the picture and the Legion went into the final quarter out front by a. 50 to 31 score. Stewart as usual played an outstanding game while Hunt, Leiter and Hoffman stood out in floor play as well as scoring. Lineups: I'ticlon Gonl» Foula Pt* Hunt, f 5 2 12 Kelly, f l 0 2 Erode, f .2 3 7 l^y-nady. f 4 0 8 Stewart, c S 4 20 Leiter, g 7 2 16 Hoffman, g 5 o 10 Totals 32 11 75 GoalK Foul* Pt«. Gulfstream Entries 102 107 FIRST—$2.300; claiming; 4 years and up; 7 furlongs. Float Away 117 xMt. AJrv 10' Carol 112 " • Barbara's Girl 112 xLord Ha i ran 109 Kough Shower 109 xQuakers- town 112 Danger's •^ ••! I. -f-V i I _> xCarlasue G. I. Lady Valdina Phao iu Fond Hopes 114 Breaka- bean 112 xNorth Fusano 109 Girl SECOND — years and up xWiseshot Mik O'Sulli- ' van Crazy Whirl .lAfaejames xThrax Mercy Angel Flechette P<u xCatchruper 10y 107 Metal Era 1H $2,300; claiming; 4 l \k miles. 119 124 108 116 119 1,1 S 113 114 Kate's Silver 100 Crazy Horse 118 xFlyinfr Giant xLa Patlea xAlan F. Copper man Abogada Part Joe 113 108 109 114 114 IIS Moore, f 2 1 Youel. f 6 i Adams, c ........ . 0 0 Demau. g: 0 1 Stralka. ir I 0 Turley. K 6 4 Totals. 15 7 IB Cabineers Defeat SERF (tub Cagers Kendall Leads Attack on Frederick Aggregation in Winning 76 to 50 Uncle John's Cabineers proved :oo much for the SERF Club of Frederick cagers yesterday afternoon on the Armory court, the locals winning by a 76 tc 50 score. Although the lead changed hands several times during the opening period the Cabineers were leading going into the :^econd stanza by a 14 to 11 count In the second quarter the SERF tossers kept .pace v/ith the locals uptil near the end of the perio'd when the Cabineers started a scoring spree that sent them." into the third quarter leading 32 to 26. ; . Turning on tbe beat in the third session the Cabineers went out front 51 to 37 in coast in the balance of the way to score a well earned victory. Dorsey, Kendall. Howard .and Aaron played outstanding scoring games tor the winners while Siagle nad Merandt showed best for tbe losers. Lineips: Cnbineer* Dorsey. f Smith, f Aaron, f . Young-, f Powell, c 0 nii}» Pt*. 2 IS 1 1 4 34 l 1 0 < Kendall, g- ........ 9 3 21 Dofflemyer. ^ ..... 0 l l Hankey. g- ......... 0 1 1 Howard, s ........ 5 5 15 Totals ......... 29 IS 76 ERF Chi>> GonJ* Foulu Ft*. Slaerlc. f ......... ..4 3 li Talley. f .......... l 0 2 WeHand. C ......... 1 3 5 Rowland, f ........ 0 2 5 !-ei<iie. <_• .......... 3 1 7 Estworthy. g- ...... 1 l ,"; Ford. K- ". .......... 2 1 S Memadt. g- ....... . S S 15 Total? ......... 17 16 SO K OF C SPORTS MEETING The Athletic Committee of the \nights ot Columbus, have called a meeting for Wednesday evening, at the K of C home. This meeting will begin at 8 p.m. The Council las entered a. team in tbe City .eague. and the necessary arrangements for the-coming season will be discussed. Ray DeFlage, manager for the Caseys, urges all members who are interested, to be present at this meeting. MEN'S WORK SHOES $3.95 UP J. R. R. BLACK 17 W. Franklin St. Ph. 4295-J MEN'S CLOTHES DIRECT TO YOU • CONCORD• 153 S. POTOMAC ST.. HAG. THIRD— $2.300: colts and geldings Lieut. Ben 120 120 Lead -Mr. Tolson Dusky Tiger Still Champ 120 xTrickv Deal Cadet Dan Al 120 120 maidens; 2 year ; .I furlongs. Bo\v Pen 115 Silver Putter 120 aRoman Road 120 War Limited 115 Happy All 120 Rosinate 120 Duffle 120 xBuck Ash 110 aMarlboro Stud Farm entrv. FOL'RTH — $2,500 allowances; 3 years: 6 furlong's. aAiomic Duchess Power 113 Arg-yle 10S Veiled Son IIS Chips'Down 110 Gala Golden Forever 113 Arrow m xGallant Xo-Bo us . ,£: !• U3 Suribachi 105 White Field 115 Rebuke 115 Together 110 xShockoe 10"> aPompeian 110 xCoral Star 100 Desert Ruler 118 aRarco Stable-J. K. Stelnman entry. FIFTH — J::,000; allowances; 4 years and up; 6 furlong-? ^eorse xWinsome Gams 117 i -*,\ Suzerain 116 Gustaf • 114 Affiant Ship's Captain 111 111 Gregalach ill Winter Song- JOS SIXTH—J5,000; added; 3 years; C furlong.*. Delegate 12! Penny Hew'd 11' Secnav m Black Jmperator 120 Warbler ilfi Gay Gunner 116 Fleet West 105 Atomic Power 114 SEVENTH — years and up; l Willie Battlefire Complex .iacobe Heather Girl Glacial Run xSrride Well 112 Jingle Jangle 121 116 121 11B ^,300; claiming-; 4 1/16 miles. Barnacle US xGino Gold 114 Fran Munns 115 Transvall -II H9 Gay ward 113 . xCherry Wine 114 3 1 2 115 Canron Lombock EIGHTH — ?2,400; claiming; years; 1 Vs miles. Eternal Gold Ha xSamba Siren 103 xReno m xLaciy Rheanelle lOfi xaBlazinV Bari 113 Away Appetizer 107 xSpeedy Quest Gilded Trump Miss Columbus xalnahurry 111 113 10S 104 93 -•-_— — -*.. »vt*i.jici.iiuij.v aMrs. £. C. Salsbury entry : xFive pounds apprentice "allowance claimed. First post. 2 p. m. Cargoettes After Tri-Slale Crown FERA Lassies Meeting FBI Sextet in Baltimore Coliseum on Thursday The Fairchild Cargoettes -will meet the famous FBI girls team, this Thursday evening-, in the Coliseum at Baltimore in the first game of a scheduled double-header which brings the Bullets into piay against the famous Kens. The- FBI girls who are Mid Atlantic champions hold a decision over the Cargoettes this year, and the mythical tri-state championship will he settled by this game. Tickets for this game will go on sale today at the Fairchild Recreation office; and a large crowd is expected to attend, this game, backing the local lassies who won four games in a row last week. and are playing the best bail of the season just now. Cbicapro (X) .. .102 000 030—S 12 1 Jlcvelanrt (A) 010 000 000—V 9 2 Borowy. and McCnHoiifrn: Fetler. Bearden anrl Hegan. Lopez. Xew York (N) 000 000 OOT,—.1 -7 0 Chicsyo (A) .. 100 *>(M 22x—S 11 0 Kftnnedy. Voisellp. Carpenter and Lombard*. Fladd: Ruffing- Lee and Tresh. v,- York (A) 002 TOO (100—2 10 3 Detroit (A) .. 200 000 OSx—5 9 o Johnson. Pajr^ and Robinson Niarhos: Trout. White and Tebbetts' Swift. Get Ready for Spring SPECIALS SPECIALS Tailored Seat Cover* ............... $20 up Convertible Top* ....... ; ......... . . . [ [ [ $60 up j> lnt Jobs ....... ..................... $45 up Steam Clean and Paint Chassis .......... $9.50 up Wheel Aligning and Balancing Frame Straightening Fender and' Body Repairs Fendix Underrating and Sound Deadener These are not cut-rate prices, but are the results of planned efficiency through use of the latest in tools ami equipment iq the 1 D P in thl kCdmChan ' QUALITY AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED HESS AUTO BODY WORKS 500 Frederick Street FERA Sextet Accepts Bid Cargoettes Will Play in Eastern States Cage Tourney at Waterbury, Conn. The Fairchild Cargoettes as a result of their win. at Clarksburg Saturday night wilt enter the Eastern States Industrial Recreation Tournament, at V/aterbury, Conn., as the official representative of the states of West Virginia and Maryland. The tourney will be staged at Waterbury,. March 28th to 30 inclusive, and is a strictly invitation tourney, with only teams representing states or larger areas being eligible for play. Eight of the outstanding girls teams of the East have been invited to settle the Eastern States championship in this tourney, and the invitation extended to the Car- goettes was based on a three year record of the locals, who have dropped only 10 games out of the last 94 games played, which rates as one of the best amateur records in the country for girls' teams: It is planned to make the trip to Waterbury by autos, with the team leaving Friday m o r n i n g, March 2Sth. On the way up the famous Metropolitan Life Insurance Company girls' team will be met in a feature attraction to be staged in New York City. This game may be played in Madison Square Garden, on the same bill with the Knickerbocker professional team. Philadel. (N) 010 fill 001—4 10 0 St. Loiii.s (N) 400 0.>1 OOx—S 9 2 Donnelly. Howe, Leonard and Semintok: Hearn. Stjidener. Griffore and Garapiola, Wilber. Rr'klyn (N) 000 101 002 01—4 10 0 Canal Zone4- 000 020 010 00—3 7 2 T.rJ* is £ e> « Lomhar ' 1 i. Minn^r and HflTvell: Pavmck. Napoles and Gon- zalcs. Curnan. t. T.otiis (A> 000 OS1 201— D 11 0 \Vash - j7ton (A) 140 00<»,;52x—10 15 .-; Shore. Tott. Kanfnrd and MPSP- rtynn. Xewsome. Masterson and Alan :uso. Boston (A) .../.-?00 000 021 — S ^ n, Cincinnati f.V> 012 100 000 4 is o! Ferris. Johnsnn and Warner 1 ! Blacku-eM. Gumbert. Schultz and Lamanno. "lueller. I __^ t Pittsburgh (N) I'Ofi 201 n — 3S 34 (> I Boston (N) .... 100 000 0— 1 fi r> i Bahr. Bonhani. Herring and! Miittz. Jarvis: Cooper. S p a h n. ! '\Vnpht and Camelli. Padgett. i Cargoettes Defeat Libby- Owens Sextet 39 to 19 and Packets Win 69-62 The Fairchilcl Cargoetles handed Owens-Illinois girls of Fairmont their second defeat in t\vo years on Saturday night by a li.O to 19 score in Clarksburg, W. Va. and the FERA Packets scored a thrilling- 69-62 victory over the VFW quint. In the girls contest the Cargoet- tes jumped off to a first quarter lead 11 to 4 and rolled it up to 25-8 at halt time to coast the balance of the distance after holding a 29 to 12 lead going into the final period. Diehl with 21 points led the Car- goettes attack on the cords. Deems paced the Packets attack in their game with the VFW and his 39 points staved off a last minute rally by the Veterans that for awhile appeared,likely to turn the tide in their favor.- The last few- minutes of the game told the story as the Packets finished strong to gain their victory points. Lineups CnrpocttcK Oonln Fouls Pfn. Diehl s ..3 21 Hoch 4 2 Jo W i n c, 2 ! / S Peterson ; 1 i $ Totals 16 7 -;> Non-scoring-: Middleton. McLaujrh- lin. .Bach tell, Gearhart. Banks, Baumgnrdner. Llhliy-Otreiifl GonU FonU Pt*. Zelnick 0 7 7 Miuo ?, c. T> Bissett 0 0 ~0 Totals ." 73 73 Non-scoring: Garlow, Dennison Yost. Kann. Pncket* Goal* Foul* Pts. Murray, f ...... ...10 0 Kendall, C , ....... i o 2 Xen.1, f ............ o 2 2 Hoffman, f ........ 0 0 - 0 Deems, o .......... 17 5 30 Keller, gr .......... 2 0 4 Lynady. sr ......... 0 0 0 Zimmerman, g- ..... 2 o 4 Totals .......... si 7 69 v - F - *V. Gonl* Fouls Pt«. Whaley. f Shumate, i ........ 1 Julian, r. ........ .. 9 Marra, g ........... 2 White, p ...... ..... f, Greer. g: ............ 3 Totals ......... 24 10 5 js 14 K2 INSURANCE ALL KINDS Save with the Benjamin F. Moss Agency Howard J. Rohrer. Jr.. Anoc. Colonial Theatre Bldg. Ph. 538 Charles Papa's Entry Ola Captures Honors In Open Shooting Dog Stakes Excellent Crowd Attends Running of 12th Annual Event by Cumberland Valley Field Trial Club —Outsiders Win Most Honors With excellent weather prevailing and one of the largest -aUeries rhif*. 1 ?/? the trjals the Curaberla »d Valley Field Trial Club staged their 12th annual trials over the Nally Farm course this past weekend. Charles Papa, owner of Ola, pointer, brought home honors for the oca c ub by winning the Open Shooting Dog Stakes, he being the only locai club gain honors in the open stakes. Although birds were plentiful the dogs had trouble in finding the birds. Following are the results: MEMBERS' PUPPY STAKE DKTKOW Setter R. L. Mcl.VTlKJB &e Her R. (;. FIN IFF fcfttler R. C. FIN 1 IFF CHEECHKE SMOKY; DINCBAT BEAUJ.UKK MISS SKY BANDIT DON EVA MEMBERS' SHOOTJNG DOG STAKE Setter Setter MEMBERS' ALL AGE STAKE H. C. Mas. PAUL SITAJVK L. G. MAT HI AS LE.VS LUMINARY LIZ Pointer L C, MATHJAS MISS SKY BANDIT Setter MRS PALJlSHVv£ SKYROCKET'S WHIRLWIND Setter ' PAUL SHAN'K ' OPEN PUPPY STAKE CAROLINA SAM Pointer R. D. ttoane. Arnold Md c.'PMnl!^ er0J .- PRU 1 S T iUl ' l)l)per Marlboro. Aid.' SATURNA Pointer Jackson <fe Scott, Dover Del OPEN SHOOTING DOG STAKE Pointer ^v.?, E ^ RY T 1TSelt , er GENTLEMAN JIM- Setter r " H W. \v. Heintz. \Vash. Kentucky Making Start In Tourney Wildcats, Prc-Tourney Favorites, Meeting L.I.U. Cagers in Feature Game New York, March 16 (/p)—The mighty Kentucky U. Wildcats, hailed as one of tbe greatest college combinations of all time, open the defense of their National Invitation Tournament championship in Madison Square Garden tomorrow night when they take on the big Blackbirds ot Long Island U. Top-seeded in the eight-team tourney, the Wildcats are a tall, fast, deep outfit with plenty of everything. They hung up a 32-2 record for the season atid will be prohibitive favorites to overpower L. I. TJ. (16-4) in the 9:45 p.. m. (EST) contest. The S p. m. (EST) opener matches third-seeded Duquesne (2L-1) and Utah (16-5) in u repeat performance. The Dukes whipped the Rocky Mountaineers 59-50 during the regular campaign and are favored to do it again. The winner of the Kentucky LIU contest will oppose North Carolina State in the Wednesday semi-finals and the survivor ot the Duquesne- Utah clash will face the formidable, second-seeded West Virginia five in the o,ther semi-final, Both N. C. State, Southern Conference champion, and West Virginia won their opening games handily last night. Local Quints To Play In Tourney s Tonight on the Martinsbur;; High School basketball court the Tri-State Independent Tourney will get underway with thirteen teams being entered and the grand prize of $150 going to the winner, $50 for the runners tip and $30 and 515 for the third and fourth place clubs. Two Hagerstown q u i n-t s are scheduled to appear tonight, the High Street Marketeers taking on the SERF Club of Frederick in the third game of the evening and in the fourth contest scheduled for the fans the Uncle John's Cabi- neers will tackle the Garber Ice Cream Company five of Winchester, Va. Action in the tourney will continue^ on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights. Poisonous snakes can strike less than the length of their bodies. Mountain Water For /Jme'i i CoiJorobiJ? pip* . .. M • Jhumbprfef $5.00 to »15.00 Have Your Car | Serviced Now | BEFORE THE j SPRING RUSH I i We Have a Large | Stock of Parts | HASLACKER i .-MOTOR CO. 1 Direct Factory Dealer f -. Chry«ler - Plymouth | 55 E. Baltimore St. Phone 827 I 3k* 10* Hetai At*M £>* THEY RE NOT ALWAYS EMPTY ... it only seems so! We do keep getting nhipmcnti of Timely Clothes. Thing is, they «e!l om is fast as they come in. Men K-WU that famon$ Balinced Tailoring* which makes all Timely Clothes look better... longer] But why not ke«p trying as -Timely Clothes «re worth eearching for! •R»3. U.S. f«i. Off. Balanced Tailoring makes TIMEIT&CIOTBK took better... longer 36 N. Potomac St. Phone 1771 SERVICE ENTRANCE on Locust Street Weather King All Aluminum - Lifetime 3 - in - 1 - unit interchangeable screen STORM WiNDOWS Year 'Round Comfort— Amazing Fuel Saving* Phone 1735 - Day After -i:30 -- Call 2762-W or 2085-M ALSO Rock Wool Insulation • Brick Siding Asbestos Siding Weatherstripping Free Estimates STANDARD INSULATION COMPANY s 700 Pcnna. Avc. — City The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Md. , March IT. 1947. SEVEN THE Colley-See-Um OF SPORTS in order to clear up a little matter- pertaining to a return basketball game between*" the FERA Car- goettes and the Ford-Kendick sextet of Philadelphia, it can be done in a very few words. The Philadelphia aggregation refuses to leave its home floor for a game with the Cargoettes, although a verbal agreement made at the start of the season was to the effect that the Cargoettes were to play in the Philly Arena and the Philly team was to play a return game here on the Armory court. The Cargoettes fulfilled their part of the agreement and although defeated they went through with every tiling they promised. Now the Ford-Kendick sextet refuses to come here for a game with the locals stating they are not playing any games away from home. But it was noted that they did go to Wilmington for a contest. Is it that the Philly girls might be a little bit afraid to come' to this city for a game and possibly suffer a defeat to mar their record? One thing that the Philly team can be guaranteed is fair treatment and excellent officiating. Once they take the floor it is up to them as to which team scores the most points. Those Philly girls should really keep their part of the agreement regardless of records or expenses; the Cargoettes did. Paul Burger, head football coach at Waynesboro High School for the last two years, will not be an applicant for the position this season. No successor has been named for the post it was revealed at the March meeting of the Board of School Directors of Waynesboro. .lust trailing along as the basketball season starts to bow out of the picture and the schedule for big time this week shows: Today: -at New York— Duquesne vs. Utah and Kentucky vs. Long Island, quarter-finals in the Na- tional Invitation tourney. At Kansas Citj—Oklahoma vs. St. Louis, playoff for the District Five NCAA berth. •Tuesday: (open date). Wednesday: at New York — (semi-finals of the National Invitation tourney)—N. C. State vs. winner of Kentucky-Long Island and West Virginia vs. winner of Duquesne-Utah. Thursday: at New York—(first sanies of Eastern NCAA elfmina- tljns) Holy Cross, Navy, CCNY and Wisconsin are the teams involved, but no pairings have yet been announced. Friday: at Kansas Citj—(first games of Western- NCAA "elitnina- »ions) Texas vs. Wyoming and Oregon State vs. winner of Oklahoma- St. Louis Monday playoff. Saturday:, at New York—(final of Eastern NCAA between winners of Thursday's games). At Kansas City—Final of Western NCAA between winners of Friday's games. Sunday: Baltimore Bullets vs. Morris Frock Post No. 42. American Legion, at Hagerstown Armory. Uncle John's Cabineers vs. City League All-Stars. SOrry to hear that Manager Emory Wolfe of the Legion quint is down with the flu and here's wishing a speedy recovery* so that he can see hj s club finish its season against the Baltimore Bullets on Sunday. Sterling and Griffiths are watching the- rookie workout at Troy, Ala., with the Wllliamsport team and with spring slated to come in on Friday, why not keep feeding the birds. . . . Good morning. FRANK COLLEY Poisonous coral snakes are frequently confused with the nonpoisonous scarlet snakes and scarlet king snakes. Schenleyici Sunny Morn For Sunny Morning Flavor! Prc-V«r Quality 86 proof. 65% fr .in nentr.l .pirils. Copr., 1947, Schenlej- Distillers Corp., N. Y. C. K\ iV *fi>^' F- ; In this corner— the Winner! Ringsider Super Shorts Wilson Brothers Ringsiders modeled like a boxer's trunks—with freedom and comfort .-a-plenty. Full-cut, with easy-fitting all-around elastic waistband and the exclusive Wilson Brothers super-seat (no binding center seam). Soft, s(urdy rayon-and-cotton. Blue, tan, green. Team them with trimly knit Athletic Shirts. 36 North Potomac Street

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