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PAGE SIX BIA'THEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1049 Blythevihe Team Eliminated 7 to 5 In Semi Finals Osceola and CJiauav will meet HOW THEY STAND AMKR1CAX I.KACIIK NfV Ymk Clevi'liuid BO.NIOU t'hihuleljjhJ Urn oil Chinifco Washington W 56 4!> 41! 47 47 38 U'tle Hock M>'ni|inis . at Cavav.-ay's Memorial Pa to determine the Northeast Division championship of Ihe American legion"* Fifth District hascb.tll tomna- hient. The game will lie Ihe second and \ H ™okh final ot tile championship playolt. ( Sl - !j: " In the fii'st of the scriep last nmnt' Bostots Carav.ay bombarded Ilirpc Owrola j Pliilatli pitchers foi- a n-6 decision lo even \ fy;i " iV ^ tile score \vilh the .Suulh Mississippi ! ^itt^bn Comitians and force the rhornptoii-I c '" 1 "" 11 ship playoff to so all the way. ; ('hicnE' Had O-ceola won last ni«ht. it • tvoulci have been all over and ihe i host (earn for the second loundj of the Fifth District foui nanient ! Nil "' Khoulrt have been crowned North- i K "" • astern chamiiions. But (he Semi- ' N '"'-' lors of CaraM-.iv foniirt the pii-Wnas i M \'" easy and pounded on' !l biise hii.s to sain (lie vitcory. Cotton I'tekeis Klimiu.ilrtl Caraway moved into Ihe finals yestei-flRv afternoon i>y nosing past, the Blytheiille Cot ion pickers 7-5 in a semi-final contest. The loss eliminated the Pickers from further competition in the double dtm- inslioti tournament. The Pickers out-hit (he Senators 16-12 but (hey \vere never able to come through when a base hit R'ould h a v f meant something. Whereas Caraway uas able to btnich hits on two different occasions. Ted Vance started on (he hill for the Pickers and vvoiked until the ninth \vlietl Montioe Holland took over. Vance was charged wilh Ihe loss. A thiee-rnn rally in the eighth inning broke u|> a -j-4 deadlock and sent; the Senators ahead to stay Blythevilte lelt M base runners on base. Maxey went all (he way for Caraway to get credit [or tiu »in. In last night's game Oscrola sent Gather Weal hers to the hill but lie was pulled in I be fourth inning a/ter giving up six hits and -is runs. Bubba Stanford look over in the fourlh and was touched for seven runs in four innings. Donn(r! Watson replaced Stan ford in the eiitbih and pitched iiitless ball. Freri Gibson went the distance for Goran-ay. In the eighth frame I.KAtUIK W L .... 5:t 3,-i .... !>1 M II W 41 45 51 SS SOtlTIIKHX I,KAf;iIR W SB XI 4-1 4fi . 47 Pet .480 .51t> .655 .52B .528 .432 .410 .349 Pel. .616 .586 -5:(4 ,sn 512 ,471 .41)11 .361 Pel .BIT .589 .621 517 .511 .467 .402 Osceola, Caraway in Legion Finals Tonight Winner lo Play In Osceola Meet Fordmen Blank fiums f <te e BUCS 7-6 on o/mo's Holland Lions 4-0 Pinch Single; Cards Keep Poce Yesterday's Results \ATUJNA1. LKAGUE Brooklyn 7 I'Ui^mrfch fi. St Lmiip .i linston 1. New York 9 CiiH'iiHiaii ^ Philadelphia 8 Chit-ngo -l. New York 5 Cloi'Hniul 3. iJt'troit 6 Wa.^liiiiBton 3. St. Louis Ifl-a. I'hitadPlplm 2-3. B<i.--Ui)i sit Chii'anD, rrtin. SOUTIIKKN ASSOCIATION ChntiiuuMkga \\-l Na.shville 2-3, Memphis 9-2 Lit He Rock 2-4. Fiinningliain 4 A!!;uua 2. N'ev/ Orleans at Mobilr- postponed. Phillips Nine Takes Over Second Place; S-N Rips Owens 11-2 Phillips Motor Company's Ford- men t'oniimuul their winning ways Iftst j 3 iglit nnd look over .sole possession of second, plac'p in Ihe City Softbnl) i-^axw' with a 4-0 shutout viirlory ovej the Uolland LJons in Die firs i gumr o/ a Jeayiie rioubJe- headcr at Walker Paik. Tow Ivt'.v set the Lions down only (wo hits F'ordine he their hurled vtttory and their season ji|>HiiiAt only \v\\ h iho M might leagu eighth of the lhn?c lossn.s. CiHi'dner iNoi i id worked for (lie Lions and ivnx touched for four .safe bfoivs. all ,s]i>nk i s. 'I'lie lo.s-s was the ijion'N seventh of the a&ainsi four wins. in last niRln'-s second ^aine, the dflfentlUiK ch;uiLjiioti Sullivan-Nelson By Jack Hind (Assot-UlFd Press Sports Wrilert Erv I'allca Is hailed as "the new Cusey" in Broalclyn where the hard- pressed Daditers today ov>cn a ylval four-eaine series with the St. I/nils Cardlnal.s. Day ader day Palica Is waved from the bullpen lo save, ttie skin of a regular Brooklyn starter just like Hilgt) Casey used lo do. Ktv worked in seven of the lasl II Dodger games, winning fo\lr and losliuj one. Ironically lie cop]»d his seventh victory of the season yesterday because Cnsey, the old Brooklyn" ftre- ina'ii, now with Pittsburgh failed lo slop a Dodger uprising. Luis olmo. who may be the prize of the return. inK Mexican jumpers, nicked Casey foi a game-winninx "lllnch" single Dial supplied Brooklyn's 7-6 edge season] over the Pirates. Casey wasn't charged with the loss That went lo lefty Bill Wcrle. Chevrolet Ijcys .snapped; iheij- los- in^i streak -it two games by plastering the o^rJi^ Drtififiists l\~'2, he- liiiui ihf ihiec-hit pilcnin^ of f-ii.s- !ey The viflory also ended a two- ftiniif winning .sireak of the Drug- who hail put the winning run on ,.„ bnif Bui it was Casey who dished up ihe same-clincher on his scc- ojui relief pilch Tlie Dodgers really needed that win over the Pirates because (he Cardinal victory over Boston nl- Gianls lo Ihcir fourth straight win. ihree in a row over Cincinnati, 9-5, with R pair of homers and a double. Walker Cooper, making his first apiwarance in Ihe polo grounds since lie was sold lo Cincinnati, homered with the bases loaded as the Reds routed Clint, Hamuig in a five-inn third inning. Hank Dorowy, apparently making a career of beating Chicago siucc the Cubs traded him to the Phils, turned, hack his old mates for the fifth lime. 8-4. The New York Yankees look the rubber game of Die Cleveland scries, 5-3. slrpichitiK llieir American I,eri- Kne lead to 5'i. games on Vic Raschi's 15th victory. H;iscbi .Stops Tribe Raschi. who has lost only Dire*;, scattered eight hits. It was the fourlh straight lime he had lamed the Tribe who have yet to heal him. Once again Joe DiMaggio was the big man. driving in two runs with single thai sparked a three-lull lly agalnsl loser Early Wynit in the third. The revived Hi- I.ouis Uuiwus finally camp to the end of their six- game winning streak in the second game, of n twi-night donblchcader with Philadelphia. Kasloy. makm* his first start tor <•>'<!>• was pasted on the Scoreboard) wm , RO y sU-er.s hluin.. u grand the Chevys. Mrnck out 10 Owens j ». »«'" center field. Now with a|. s , am hnm ,, ltlc Brm,;, score baiters and gave up only tl,™' ^ *»"« >«»tl. they can't lost- first n runs m the sivth inniiiu'of u ei' bases o,, balls. One of the three >™ "»'«» they blow the whole 16 . 2 t«- 8 dec M on mvr D ck hu.s collci'lcil off him was a trijite s ' by Joe. Yoimg in the seventh. U. Haynes opened on the moimd j H.n fur o*.vens liul was relieved in the (over Buslon Today's G; panics NATIONAL I.K.XC.UF, Chicago at Ninv York. St. l.oui.s at Brooklyn i night t. PiU.sbuipn at Iloslon nivshl). Cincinnati at Philadelphia night.). fourth hy Kelly. Ifaynes was charged with Die loss. J. P. GuiroLt. ttiiector of the Bly- thpville Y. sponsor of Die league, .said this morning that Tuesday night's sarnc.s I'.'hich w-cre scheduled lo be played tonight have been postponed. The games will be played at a later dale he said. Box .scores: rtiiiiiiis t. tioliaiiii o Holland AK ..•i . .3 Aiitnnelli Beaten y Brecheen lifted Ihe Cards ri-1 with a five-hitler while the Birds handed Johimy Au- tuneJII. the Braves 510,000 bonus dandy, his fifth loss. I Bobby Thomson ted the New York Dick Fowler. They were iio.^ed out in the second game, 3-2. Detroit slammed out 1-1 hits, including homers by Pat Mullin. Dick Wftkefietd and George Vico, to whip Washington. 6-3. 'Die Bo.snm-Chicagn game was rained wit in the American league. Armorel Tigers To Tangle With Team From Earle The Armorel Tigers will meet the high-touted Earle ItideiietuteiU nine in the fraiure xanie nf a clcmble- >ipader at Avmorel Park Sunday afternoon. This will be the Tigers 1 first mccUUK this year wiili lUc Earte nine which is rated as one of the in Northeast Arkansas. Iti the first game of the doubleheader Sunday ihe Annorel Negro team will play the Kokoino White Sox of Kokoino, Miss. The firs I Same is scheduled (or 1:30. Philadelphia. Knroute lo the PRT office, he met a friend, who knew nboul a vacmit training Job. so Jim never got to (lie trnius. . .A replica of the Davis Cup may appear on a postage stamp next year in tecos- nitlon oi the golden jubilee of the International tennis trophy.. .Wttn- ta mail any letters tf Australia... I Hiunbletonian. Die horse trotn which alxillt 95 percent of present day trotters and pacers are descended, never won n race in his life...And a lot of guys who go to the Hntnble- [onian never win a bet. SKY LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER Watson poled a homer over the left field wall svilh Ihe bases empty - Klylhfville 5, A R R H 50 01 AMKKICA.V I.KACillK New York at Uettoil ( night >. Washington at Cleveland (night l Boston at St. Louis « night i. Philadelphia at Chicago might*. BlyDieville Vance p . Stires 2b . Duclo.s ]b 5, Hay c-cf 5 O'Neal ab .'...' 5 Hopper cf " \ Shanks ss ....! 4 Holland rf-p .. 4 M. Hay c '.'...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 1 Totals 3g Caraway \$ Burroughs ss 5 Brewer c ..... =; SOliTHKliS I.KACUK Memphis at Little Rock. Nnshville al Chattanooga. New Orlean.- at Mobile. Atlanta al Birmingham. All-Srors of Hayti oi In 6 to 4 Victory Over Jonesboro J. CJiri.siian c Hester Ih .Still 2I> Williams If Walker lb Christian .ss .... j Pi ilchsrd rf . . iSlnlc-ii rf i N'orrirl p ! Totals Wix.son M ! Bakor 31) j Mullen .1!) ' Kooni/ f i Dliclos If 1 James 11) i Mitchell cf • HnHiiiEsxvn til ]• Ivey p . .3 ...3 . . .3 .. .3 ...3 .. .2 .. .0 .. .2 . . 23 AR ...4 ...1 .. .3 ...3 . . .3 .. 3 .. .-•) .. .3 .. .3 ( Totals Sl/lM'van-Net.snii 1 Wixsotl If I1AYTI. nf .July 22 All-Star> uflt'atpd thp .loile.^ fifd Sin: t,\.\ iirKifi i hi- !i-!lH.i H:;\'ti Pif-lfi bcie lusl ni^ht. GHIT F!la\-lo :•',: wit. 1 ; <jn the -nounf! :or H:nti sciins all :hc \v«y. Ih- Q iiurlfci no-fiil. no-run bill! dnruij; 1 • the six inmnes ai!)i Jof 1 .!-^- .1. Wliiulr if iiiincli lb niiniliam 31) Hli:k.s t' A 4 3 H .. .4 4 K 0 0 0 0 a o 0 n o 0 0 K 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 n o K \ 1 4 2 2 U t) 0 1 Lookouts Whip Vols Twice: Pebs Split with Chicks By thr Associated Prrss Fine aoods come in small pack- Williams Kayoes Bolanos in 4th: Foul is Charged HF*n AMD HANO^ Gordon Glisfron. now riding on Now York tmr-ks, has them. In racing only n year, young Glis?on, who hqs just !ns! his apprentice allowance, loads the nation's jockeys for Ihi.s yr<ir u'ilh 143 u-inn'TS A little moro than it year ae,o. the 1R - yc^r - olti Wmnsboro, S.C,. lad was wnsh- in£ dishes in Seattle, where he went to the races al Long.icres." KITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. l'i idav & Saturday "ROLLING HOME TO TEXAS" uith Tc\ Kilter ami Ktltlie liean t'artoun and Serial .Miles Norlh ot Bljthevill* Bo\ OHice Opens a! 6:45 Show Starts- 7:30 Time Tonight "WALK A CROOKED MILE" with I.ouis Hay ward, Dennis O'Keefe J.ouise Albrittnn Salurda.v 'BUCKAROO FROM POWDER RIVER" No. f. «ilh Charles Starrelf Serial: "Adventures of Frank A- Jesse .lames" Alsu Shorts Los ANGEr.ES. 22-. of Mexi- „ asr-s. the Nashville Vols learned I The championship drra _ 0 to their sorrow last night as little' cos Enrique riolruios was .shattered 1 jTony Lorenzo helped hurl (he by . a , fO1 "'')) <™ ncl technical kn«k- 0 j Chattanooga Lookouts to a twin 0 I win over (lie pace setters 3-2 and 0 jl-3. in a Southern Association 1 doubleh' ader. — | The riiminutive Cuban southpaw 2 ! limited the usually potent Vols to i Sat. Owl .Show at II p.m. "ARSON, INC." ivi tli Knb^rl Lmver.v Also CnrUum Sports Roundup II111:h iiill.:itun Jr. H j.six wrl] scntu-'-ed hits for the fir.sL out from (lie fuijoii.s Zi.sts of <leari- ])f\n ike \ViLlia in,s biU. tlic result. _ brought a ^\iU /. charge of "fo\il" j from the Latins' innna^cr. j N*K\V VORIv, July 22. //IN- 'Hie Bolano. 1 ; «-<!]ir down a:ui nut br- ! "iiliiiiiy Aradeniy sujierimoiKicnt. fore a firsitlade of pnucUcF. iu Maj. Ot'ii. Bryant E, Moore, favors the fourth roiuiti of ther Nchnri- - moving the Army-Nsivy football u!erf 15 round clash for ttir. litrht- ' y:ime mound the 0 ,'• V ""*' : wi , tll< •"••"•julctl 15 round for the liHht- «ame mound the coiuHry. or at « nc^oi.i, and <-nmc h^ck in the ninth W pigh'i c]inniiilonshi t ) of the world 1 ^ast seiulljig thr Army team to var- 2 .:nmnp to save the nightcap deci-' last nfjrht. Some .spectators j Ions srcMons. . .At lhat. it probably 1 i"^?', f* 3 '*' *'08--74 to sec the fierre beat- ! wouldn't be imit:h more nxpeiisive Suiuiity, Hlonday & Tuesday Cull-in Ccoppi- received i-rc.lit for ' ing. promoted for t hP bcnefic of j than those lon« scout in sc tours Her- | jtlip im.-i victory ,bls tn live | the Lou CoHclIo. Jr.. Youth Found-' nifin Hk-kman and Andy Gusttifson j times out, ; ation. WiUiam.s weighed 1:1.1 pounds used to take as West Point assistant! ] '['he Little Rock Travelers stop- and Ralanos m. coaches. . .When .someone told To- • neri the Memphis Chicks. 4 to 2. in 1 Early today, Ororae Pavnas.Mi.=,. ronio's Hal \Vaaiifr ihni a maua-, i\\c seccnd half of another do:i : jlft : nmnaeer of tlie ricfeai^ci challfnecr xinc had rlosi'iibcd him as a hvpn- i bill, to cliii the Cliicks' winning si id hi.s boy had hern "thumbed" chonch-iai', Hal jiryTrsced: "!?'.> a lie i -weak at six straight. Memphis »* the . eye and lluis blinded hy " ;ook 'hr opener 6 to 2. ] Williams, a charse which the The Chlrk.s won the first fray ; chnmpion quickly (tcnieri. •A'itu a thrce-niu rally m the first.' Referee Jack Dempsey. MI id he didn't see any foul pUy the thumb. Rut Parna.ssu. ,k MISSION •*«•»»* FOSTER • BRITTON JOHN I«K»NO • MM) M»OliV IDWAID IIOMIIIG -VICTOlt KHIAN Warner N'ews i Cartoon Suiuliiy & Monday "THE BABE RUTH STORY" nith Williiim Bfiidis and Claire Trevor Dlar «•!£] T Ofrice Open;, ai I:OV Show Starts ai 1:3V Moyer 5ini;lit]g to drive in ! tn Hies. The Travs .scored twice iii I'.hi'ir hair of the inning withoviL a i hit as Chick Bill Evans walked Jour beicn c pelting Ihr range. The Rorks* victoiy tnargin in Llie ., _, ' finale c-.irnc wilh three run.s in the Kennecotf Cooper Builds \ never look a hypo in my life." i Cninciclcnre Cnrncr The MdVierLy iMo.i Miners of t he- Central Missouri Ban John.-oti B.isr- ission in formal protest. Total.* 42 IX. Osi-f[»l-.i fi ine ill tiie Mi-.s l ami Lt-rly l/.|if-z OKanr ^nrk JuneslXiHi and u^s nicked icul of H tins. II ox '<oi(-: Conner c Ib-p Owens GUI ley c ] O1 -' Williams <-f a • J. Havnes 2b i IV. MHV .ss ,. B Iiay]]C.s p Kelly p 0 : third frame The Memphis short- $76,000000 Refinery 1 stop. Odie Strain, let a rounder ' 10 I between hi.s lees for two of them. : ^ARFTEL^ Utah—^,—Kenne * rt 'd bail League rrc-fiitly brat out [ho hr would take his accusation be- ; Srdalm Chiefs 2-1 without "emus' fore the CalilnrnM Athletic Com- PV< . n u somblam>- ( ,f ;t b^M^lnt The biggcst oddity was th;ir iis.=;i about a year before- the Mobfrly A me fit an Ln^ron junior leum br-ii't ChiUicotbe by rlif sump store under the same cimnn«(anee?. . .'i hose kids nun be the Ln.uidson^ of Chica- It wa r . I IumtJreci.5 of lead-lined concrete cplts in which copper will be sns- fjrndod iti n^iri solution to produce pure commercial copper. "redhead nisht" at Bir entl ^°PI irr Corporation is birild- &o's famous hill 'mmtrta,,,. »nd the runne.-i.p B«-. " 1B a S16 000.000 clorlrolvtk rell.i-i J-OIK cliPimi tlie Atlanta Cracker*. ! P ','- V1 "i" 1 ' V^-'A -r -'" ^ r ""'~ 14 to 2. in honor of the occasion. < Mn< "' }n ' n - Tlle "''"J"' "uU'des 1 Better than 1.000 carrot-tops were ; adtniuec 1 free, plus more, than 7.or,0 paid admissions. j The .special observance was in J honor of three red-haired players | j BLrrnin^hnm hrv.s acquired recently, j •The fhree arc Ed Uivigne. Tommy, . '-TrUum pnd Willie Mathis. Ye,s. they'; '.:ill are addvr.ssed a.s "Red." j Shcm Starts Weekdays 7:1)0 p.m. Saturday and Sunday: Continuous sbowin£ From 1:00 p.m. Spots BeTim- When the Sim moii.s. \vho has bre liorse rarina mu,<i s;re\v too iieavy in a job as a stn>p Vnui Kyes \ Jim f-'Liy.^itn- i •oiiiiec.-tod with "i his -jf. years. IIP trif-ri for jockey ni r i a lb II ToUlF . 1 Hayti '2 JJariiucr ^b ... U Th«m3> c£ ... 1 N T . WrllLnn-. U 1 VJ Wilii. m< U • Mr,™ ,» .... ' S,hu;,b IJ Hurt if r, l.pni?. 3 AB R H . !!> 39 13 11 Bbylork |. 35 6 13 Arkansas Skeet Shoot ''"'"'" Opens at Stuttgart Today We/fore Case Workers Examination Arranged S'H'TTOART. .:':-.. Jiilv K :iU!-.\* -.kept !<i i::iniiiie f >r < .1 -h The j-hout «ii] Rfsd Courier Neiv^ liiiin -\;(!itni;iik>n :i nf i ,i-» -.'difcer •.-. hii ;hc ; l)'-i>..i run -ni nf P'l'nlir \Vel- ii] it? «i\rn Auensr f\. it -An- li "fi rnn;ty. v tl >f HI applu a; ion:- for ITU ,\;tli Mu- rlrpa irnrnl , Iji-t'il milii- HicJ'Uiina t\vn i M i--:~'-:ppi ("O'Ni-y. The ^ . --- :i: Ibis air-M '.vili be .In i ii'ii. IH TWO SERIES: THt NASH AM8ASSADOR AND NASH "600" Shelton Motor Co. AUXIUARY7RANSMISSIONS Krulav X salurtlay (DOUBI.K FEATURE) "WHEELS OF DESTINY" uith Ken Mavi Friday S: hafurday "FRONTIER REVENGE" S.ash I.aRup Fnzry SI. John Srrlal: Chapter 7 of "The Lost .lui\sl*.' Saturday Mi<lnite Show Starts 10:15 p.m. "RACING LUCK" Gtorta Henry Stanley Clemen Is Also Shnrl Sunday & .Monday IT HAD TO BE YOU" Ginger Ro?frs Cornel Wilde er Nru'.s it-Seri:it: K nf "Biitman and Robin" "CAMPUS SLEUTH" «ith ('rrdillt StCM'art, .Tune I'rei^ser. and The Teen Agcr.s Serial: "Son nf thr Guardsmen 1 Also Cartix.n WORN OUT CABLES MEAN Wty**** >r»t» pocLa9«<J »*l lo l ipa.l pfug Eab1*«. d ancf nppiavtd. Tnii'll _i;ertlie best and ];UcM in tr»iuk scrvitc.ind ncccsNorics when you conic m »s. Our ac- cti'isc'irics are ilouhic-cficckcil hy Interi-tnttoii'.t) en 1510CITS, ns- snrin^ you of lop !|iMlit\, <]e- pcnilahiliiy an^l fair price. Our servicing jobs Tire done hv In- tcrn;iu'O[).tl rrainc-d cvpcri.s \\-ho pui \oiir trucks in np-topshipc tor !i .1 r \\ and heavy il r i v i n c, Iieni.s shown licrc. as well as (he rest of our m.iny truck services a nit accessories arc Inier- n.1(1011.11 OK'cl—all ticsii;ned t»» improve your (ruckini; on- fr.nions. (^^me in today for complete tleniils- Sut. Owl Show "DRACULA" witli Bela Colin Clivc. nml Mae Clarke il: ".^lystcrinus Mr. M" T Chaptrr 7 Also Cartoon NEW nu\ upun? t\rt!k l)a.v^ I:U(I \i. A^ltinee Snturda) ^ Sunrfa l.-^un I [i.m Cunl Shu Manila, Ark. Slums eVKK% MUII1 Friday "CALIFORNIA STRAIGHT AHEAD" HIl>i .Tnhn \Vayno ;,ntst IHC* HOSE ure Sal unlay "LAMARIE" with ChnrtfA Starrcll Also Shorts So\ Office Opem al 7 Week Slum Slarts at 7::tO .M.ilinec Saliirihti \ Sund.ij at i p.m. H-ilh cnnlinuuiis shoK Friday & Saturday Siinscl Carson in "FIGHTING MUSTANG" Striiil: Cluiptnr 4 nf "Son of the Ouardsman" Saturday Mtifnlle Shnw "TOWER OF LONDON' Basil Kalhbonc Boris Karlnff Also Shorts Sunday & Monday Com -. —. truck model. Tht o«1n h)ir been rcovtn in <nn l<oiK Eihonioi> "id nt\d. '> > »nd br »urf of ttif tipthi (ji h SOUTH 2?° SC PUONf S63 SalnriJay Owl .Show "RUSTY SAVES A LIFE" with Iril Dnnaldsor. .llsn Short Sunday S- Monday "FAMILY HONEYMOON" with Kred MacMurrAy and ('Irturfette Colbcrl Also Short fjoiies ^f REAGAN-MAYO-BRACKEN ~

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