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Kuhrskl 0 00 0 1nlU 4 7A-.1J 174 Totals 44 1119 10 Milwaukee 12 27 J2 33-124 Rniton 74 25 25 32-10 , rnu'erl nut nnn n'l leuli; Milwaukee 20, Boston 72. N rilBOO DETROIT r. p t 0 0 7 OFT A,Hlmn P nrl Gif . I lave--k in-njl k .-. I. intr Vn Hi A Ail'nit C W I'm! totals '-.in flirgn Tutrnll 5 7 4 4 4 V 1 -5 0 n-r 1 7 2 II 1 I 2 Bellamy 71 Brnn i? ni'.'o i 1? Knmivr" 17MI 'mrt 1 Miles 11 Mivr 0 Mnei'er II Walker 19 14 7 1 3-5 3-1 14 1- 3 9 2- 3 1(1 0-1) 3- 3 31 i 1!r 171 5! 17 19 47 30-17 114 Totals 43 23-31 107 10 k 17 79 Hi 13 73 2 21 107 FnuicH mil San Dieqn, none, Dtrnit, -.Her Trtal (mils '.in Diegn 71, Detroit 2. AHenHanr 1,77. ( IMriNNATI f. 'mrl'lint 0 t"irk SFATTLB F T no n Allen ".ilhant Prnrr !,n ' milh 1 iii nei Vnl ier ?. ? 7 Rnner 9 S 7 31 ("lemrrn 111 I Msrheiy 4 - 1 1 Mur r ey 2 0 0 4 Rule 9 10 11 V Snyrfer 1 0-0 2 Thorn 0 Of) 0 Tre-vnt 117 7 Winlielrl OFT 9 5-7 73 2 4-4 D 2 2 2 I I 11 1 00 7 4 4 1 00 22 1 2 3-5 191 IS totals 41 22-31 104 Totals 45 27-32 117 Cincinnati Seattle .14 in 23 M-104 70 2 39 lit 11 t'nijlrrl mil nnne rr-tal inuit (rnunnall ?, Seattle 21 A (.4? AHA NPW ORLEANS G F NFW YORK T " s Deve 19 Hunter 1 Jnhnsnn H tart V Melrhirml ? Simnn 7 lavlnr 3 10 11 15 Cri-cn I phmann 37 34 41 lit Totult Wrw Orleoni 33 34 2 M 111 Nw York 2 23 34 17-100 Mnrljnn' If ohhint Bnllar lnni r ran; Bnwrrn f'.vilt 1 ntl 4 7 I 1 1 7 2 1 7 4 9 P 1 00 1 00 e f 4 119 II 24 4 14 .5 5 3 44 4 12 o no o on 3 31 37 24-31 100 fhrap po!nt ooal5-Naw Orlan, But ir. J. Swift rnnlPri oul Maw York Dnva. tnlalt lonK-Nrw Orlaan!, 25, Now Y"r-k in A 7,171. INDIANA B a 'i-Lill t i'l 1lolirk y hanlpK F r n w n K allar I hiihln Pa'fca. Iha'lar 1nlal O F MIAMI T 1 4 21 Frasrnn 1.1 10 51099 2-1 12 Sirtl I I 23 Thnran 9-11 29 Murrall 0-n 0 Jnn ? Anrlarsrl 7 Cnnnr 7 Whit f lltf 41 H 77 101 Tolall II 4 5 10 0 1 1 n-2 no on O F 11 A-7 10 2-5 5 4-5 4 II 3 o no 0 II n on 1 oo n 4 4 3 24-29 1 01 Ihrlmn) 30 2 24 31-101 Mumi 17 74 21 33-100 rhraa points rjnal Rarnhill 2. 1 awls, tnlals Inuls: Inrlian 2(. Miami 22. I'oijiad niit. Indiana, lawis. A 1.0'. OFT 7 31 17 7 11 7 i on 4 17 111! 1 LOJ ANOFIE3 G F 4 0 0 8 17 7 4 0 2 1 7 114 5 I.I 1 1 75-29 9 Hitnwar Wis Davis Jar ( son ( alvin Wrman Wai lirk Mono 9 5 9 9 0 I 3 1? 3 72 5-7 5 2-7 3 5 2 00 Totals 47 20 29 105 11 U 11 3d- 91 30 35 3 24 -105 CAROLINA Aflna Aahaloy Mirrriart LilH'1 Foliar P tint inT Prrnla'j Millai Tntls Carnlin I os Anrjrlrs thrre riornl oral-, laiollna, Varga; Ln Ani-jP'"'' larksnn I ohIpH oul-( arnllna, Vorna, Nifnun. I r Annolf1'.. Ilifihtnwpi', ralvin. lolal ImiK Carolina 2R, I os Anfjalos r A 'i?. Hank Scoll lavoml Al Dover 1 lOVKR - 11,'ink Scot!, wlio b.i Iwn firsls ;iinl Ihrrp srrnnds in Ins l;is five si ;i i ts. m;ikrs his firsl ;innp;ir;int'(' at Pnvrr riowiis in Ihr invilatinnal fifth i ricp fnatuiT lonilit and is (ho rarly 2 1 fa nnfe. Tim ,rt year old will leave from 1,1m sixth post with a driver In b'1 annniinced. Pickt'd second in (lie field of six pacers is Steady Pnv, who finished second to .lelfrrie Aflios in a sizzling 2;IH and 2 .ri on opnnn niht. Tarella 1'rince, who won last week's invitational here, is the third favorite. Think Rich, Star Mercury and Solid Mike round mil I he field. There will he 10 rares on tonight's card. Post time is 8 p in. last Sports Bookshelf IN THE POCKET: MY LIFE AS A QUARTERBACK, hy Karl Morrall and George Sullivan (drosset and Dunlap, $5.95. 210 pages, photographs). What it was like to go from journeyman quarterback to NFL Player of the Year. AFL DREAM BACKFIELD, by Howard Lisa (Cowles, $150, 117 pages, photographs). Mostly about Len Dawson, Lance Alworth, Cookie Gilchrist and Abner Haynes. THE FIRST 50 YEARS: The story of the National Football League, (Simon and Schuster, $14.95, 256 pages illustrations and color photographs). An attractive book with a tolerable dose of puffery by the NFL office about the NFL. A WIFE'S GUIDE TO PRO FOOTBALL, by Elaine Tarkenton and Michael Rich "with unscrambled notes by Frr.n Tarkenton" (Viking, $.195, 86 pages, diagrams). Wife of Giants' quarterback and NEA football columnist. Highly readable and instructive for the laywoman. THE RUNNING BACKS, by Murray Olderman (Pren-tice-Ilall, $15.95, 59(5 pages, illustrations and color photographs). A detailed and fascinating history of the running game and the great running backs in professional football historv. I CAN'T WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW . . . 'CAUSE I GET HKTTER-LOOKING EVERY DAY, by Joe Willie Namath, with Dick Schaap. (Random House, $6.95, 279 pages, no photographs). What is supposed to be the autobiography of the Jets' quarterback. Namath spoke it. Then Schaap wrote it. COUNTDOWN TO SUPER BOWL, by Dave Anderson, with sketches by LeRny Neiman (Random House, $6.95, 247 pages). A diary of the' 11 days leading up to and following the Jets' win over the Colts in the Super Bowl, 1969. PACKER DYNASTY, by Phil Bengtson with Todd Hunt (Douhleday, $6.95, 27B pages, photographs). How the Green Bav Packers became the dynasty of the NFL; and so forth. JOE NAMATH, MAVERICK QUARTERBACK, by Phil Rerger Cowles, $3.50, 110 pages, photographs). A book for young adults about the life and times of the boy who grew up on the wrong side of the tracks to become a national celebrity. , , ., GREAT MOMENTS IN PRO FOOTBALL, by Phil Rerger (Messner, $195, 189 pages, photographs). For young adults. From the game in which Ernie Nevers ran for six touchdowns in 1929 to the game in which the Jets stood the Colls and football fans on their collective ears in 1969. BROADWAY JOE AND HIS SUPER-JETS, by Larry Fox (Coward-McCann, $5.95, 256 pages, photographs). A history of the New York Jets, from the days of bouncing checks in the early 1960s to the days of glory in 1969. NEXT YEAR'S CHAMPIONS, by Steve Perkins (World Publishing, $5.95, 253 pages, illustrations). The story of the NFL's perennial ninners-up by the man who has covered them for the last six years. THE YEAR THE MKTS LOST LAST PLACE, by Paul Zimmerman and Dick Schaap (World Publishing, $5.95, 223 pages, photographs). Nine days with the Mets in the middle of July, 1969, when they suddenly became pennant contenders. COACH TOM CAHILL: A MAN FOR THE CORPS, by Gordon S. White Jr. and Mervin D. Hyman (Macmillan, $5.95, 181 pages, photographs). The story of Army's football coach. PRO FOOTBALL BROADSIDE, by Elinor Kaine (Macmillan, $6.95, 342 pages, photographs). One of the few women football writers in America gives her views and slants on her reporting experiences. THE YEAR OF THE TIGER, by Jerry Green (Coward-McCann, $5.95, 256 pages). This is the diary of the Detroit Tigers' world championship year, 1968. MY TURN AT BAT: THE STORY OF MY LIFE, by Ted Williams, as told to John Underwood (Simon and Schuster, $5.95, 288 pages, photographs). The engrossing story of Ted Williams, great baseball hitter, great individualist. THE FATHER & SON BASEBALL BOOK: THE ABC OF COACHING AND PLAYING, by Howard Liss (Harper & Row, $4.95, 144 pages, diagrams and illustrations). Elemen-taries of playing baseball. BILLY CASPER: WINNER, by Paul D. Perry (Pren-tiec-llall, $5.95, 207 pages, photographs). A biography of Billy Casper, with selected tips on how to play golf and how to diet. THE GREATEST GAME OF ALL: MY LIFE IN GOLF, By Jack Nicklaiis, with Herbert Warren Wind (Simon and Schuster, $7.50, 416 pages, photographs). Jack Nicklaiis' life slorv, with a segment on instruction. JOE 1)1 MAGGIO, THE GOLDEN YEAR, 1941, by Al Silverman (Prentice-Hall, $5.95, 234 pages, photographs). A well told slory of DiMaggio's great year, which included his record 56-game hitting streak. THE DAYS OF MR. McGRAW, hy Joe Durso (Prentice-Hall, $7.95, 243 pages, photographs). The colorful era of John JvlcGravv as manager of the New York Giants. THE HISTORY OF BASEBALL, by.John M. Rosenborg (Random House, 191 pages, photographs and illustrations). A sprightly history of baseball for young people. THE REVOLT OF THE BLACK ATHLETE, by Harry Edwards (Macmillan, $5.95, 202 pages, photographs). Harry Edwards, leader of the proposed boycott of American black athlete? for the 1969 Olympic Games, states his views on the sociological issue of American sports. THE HANDICAPPER'S HANDBOOK, by Tom Ainslie (Trident, $7.50, 197 pages, no photographs). A top handicap-per tells you how he does it. JIM CLARK, PORTRAIT OF A GREAT DRIVER, edited by Graham Gauld (Arco, $.195, 204 pages, photographs). Some of Clark's closest rivals and friends tell what made him the best driver of his time. LEVELS OF THE GAME, by John McPhee (Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, $5.95, 150 pages, no photographs). Unique reportage. Details the 19(58 Forest Hills semi final match between Clark Graebncr and Arthur Ashe and demonstrates how their backgrounds influenced their play. FAST AND FURIOUS, the story ot the world championship of drivers, by Richard Garrett (Arco, $5.95, 205 pages, photographs). Description of the frenetic world of Grand Prix racing. THE MODERN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF BASKETBALL, edited by Zander Hollander (Four Winds, $12.95, 468 pages, photographs). A handsome, detailed book with facts, statistics and anecdotes from the early days of basketball to the present, from high school to college to pro. GREAT ROOKIES OF PRO BASKETBALL, compiled by Zander Hollander ($1.95, Random House, 172 pages, photographs). Ten tales of NBA rookies, including Jerry Lucas, Rick Barry and Wes Unseld. MR. CLUTCH: THE JERRY WEST STORY, by Jerry West with Bill Libby (Prentice-Hall, $5.95, 256 pages). Los Angeles Lakers basketball star tells his life story. STAN MIKITA, by Stan Fischler (Cowles, $.195, 213 pages, photographs). Biography of the Chicago Black Hawks hockey star who was born in Czechoslovakia.' AMERICA'S CAMPING BOOK, by Paul Cardwell, Jr. (Scribner's, $10, 591 pages, illustrations and diagrams). A complete, helpful handbook for the serious camper. HOCKEY!, by Richard Beddoes, Stan Fischler and Ira Gitler (Macmillan, $8.95, 384 pages, photographs). It includes NHL beginnings and expansion; individual and team biographies; great games; great players; great fights. SKI NORTH AMERICA, by Abby Rand (Lippincott, $5.95, 278 pages, photographs). A guide to 28 outstanding ski resorts in North America. THE OLYMPIAN, by Rrian Glanville (Coward-McCann, $5.95, 287 pages). A prize-winning novel about the drive of a coach and the dedication of a track star. DRIVE FOR THE GREEN, by Anthony Tuttle (Double-day, $5.95, 341 pages). A novel about the world of the professional golf tour by a highly respected writer. PAPERBACKS SO YOU THINK YOU KNOW BASEBALL!, by Harry Simmons. (Fawcett, 60 rents). Actual major league hasehail game situations which caused problems. And you are asked to guess the answers. THE LONG PASS, by Lou Sahadi (Rantam, 95 cents). Story of Jets' rise to Super Bowl champions with, of course, special sections on Joe Namath. HOW TO COACH, MANAGE 4 PLAY LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL, by Charles Einstein (Simon and Schuster, $1.45). A baseball instructional guide with a foreword by Willie Mays. FROM GHETTO TO GLORY, by Bob Gibson and Phil Pepe (Popular Library, 75 cents). The story of St. Louis Cardinal pitcher Rob Gibson. COUNTDOWN TO SUPER BOWL, by Dave Anderson (Signet, 95 cents). Story of the Jets' and Joe Namath's "finest hour." NOT "FOR MEN ONLY" - BUT ALMOST, by Corinne Griffith (Fell, $1.25). A feminine approach to football. Mrs. Griffith, a former Hollywood star, knows the game. She married leorge Preston Marshall, late owner of the Washington Redskins. THE EDUCATION OF A GOLFER, by Sam Snead with Al Stump (Fawcett, 60 cents). Instruction and memoirs by one of golfing's all-time greats. INSTANT REPLAY, the Green Bay Packer Diary of Jerry Kramer, edited by Dick .Schaap (Signet, $1.25). The best-seller about life on a pro football team by a pro football player. ARTHUR ASHE. TENNIS CHAMPION, by Louis Robinson Jr. (Archway, 60 cents). Story of the lone, black male world-class, tennis champion in history. Dovoi Downs Ilf.MiNs Dover Downs Hamlicaiis w-two, ptti Mukv'5 folly IPoi'.son) 1 t( 12 10 12 110, rhipman's Menry (Garhanch) 2 40 2 M WilmVs Firsl (Nupnli) 4.001 Also slurlfrt Mr. Rx1ny Srolt, J. C.'s Fltsl, Mindv Sir) Sn, Knri Adlos, I urky Smnky. Trmf 2:11111. ?n-tMM, Pf: null v Oil Inn (Slimls) JH 10 I' AO I ' 00 Rdhhy Rainbow (Jurkson) , 7 20 5 20 R. 1. Junf (Polssonl .. A 00 Also sIaiIm! Mikft Adios I vnn, Mr (jol's Hiniti, Homly, Anrt't rush. Srtfllclid Clifslnu! N. Timf 2 0 I POST TIMS I P.M. riKST HACI-Purn tl.MO, OixlltitHiMl Ptcr 1 Mr. F.lberl (Andwson) 3 Southern Sunds (Mflrih) t Philip G (Ring) 2 Chipmn' Thorp (Gerberlcli) 4 Hamingo Mac (Brolon) 7 Jerry Aircrull (Fills) 5 Munor Guy (Nupoll) i T i r.y LilM Mors (Diinu, Sr.) 2 In row 1 4 3 Looks good 2-5-2 Good for hov 7 5-1 . Garden mot l-dnl-l .. Gls moniy 5-3 2 Mm Kiefo No No 244 in 52 7 2 10 I 12 I SIXTH Mci-Pun $I,M, CtnUllltntd Pici: LnpilVf LOVf (LWS) Got to lov 1-2-3 Tomcat Rewsrd (E. Dvis) .... Reward her 1-3-1 RaHiqh Van B. (Br) Good lor show 2-7-1 I" D. (Bouchard) Good driver dfll-l-l ? Pick (Hylen) Gel, money 3-4-5 Wilbr SUr (Patterson) Rd drew 4-5-I Pompous Yankee (Boyd) Olf lately 5-3-5 Pen Quinlon (Harris) Could fool 2 4 2 SECOND RACE-Pune II, 150, Conditioned Tret: DAILY DOURLI Troh (1-7) Paid iim Oollie S. (Weln) Pmrhavpn Ken (Marsh) Vrrlory Messaqe (E. Dayn) Wharlly Joe (Hunt) Steve Patch (t ane) Can't Pretend (Ranks) Wood Smoke (Collins) All thi way 2-1-1 J l . . Rail helps 112 4 1 . . Show horse 7 3 a 5 1 Gets money l-3-l a I Garden uiol Jtdnf I I . . Bad draw 7 dnf 1 10 1 Needs lire 31 J 12 1 SBVINTH RACI-Pune 11, MS, Cendlliantd Pact: 2-4 1 27 4 una uream tuennis s,r) Looks good Ahbe Fair (Gerberlch) Off oualilv John Charles (Fesh) Good for show 3-7-4 nrown smoke (Marsh) Garden smoke 73-e River Road Whipple (Roberts) ... Gels money 4-5 Captain's Oaughler (Jaeger) .... No 1-1-4 Gypsy HiH Pan (James) Good driver -2l Rill Beaver (MilcheH) Could fool 4 2 3 12 1 3D 51,350, Calrh's Star (Will. aim) . V 40 tl 20 4 40 iperriy C, H. (Boyd) . 4 10 3.20 Surfer (Boushard) 3 00 Also slarlrd Rig Question, Golden Wil liam, Rruiila's Gay Boy, Plnehaven Doll, 1inv, limp 1 04 THIRD RACE-Purse 51,150, Canditianad Pacai arry in be won Perfect I nij;hl s fpaliirc hmsp's lifetime tjril 1 1 io Dover Pi in it Owned by Middle town fliiv l.ockcnnan, the paid ;'.o. 4TH-1I00, Pacr f lash O Adios (OaviS Jr ) ll 40 5 HO Rill F rnsl (Rohcrlwi) . 3 0 2 01 1, thejliM'e Mary S. (Wachler) Armstrong (I ader Jr.) The Count A (Boslir) Bobby Gardner (Jackson) Rich Ax (Alexander) Rraken (Floyd) Win here 3-2 1 Chief contender 14-1 Across the board Could lool Gels money 4 1-1 5 1-1 111 2 1 4-53 2-11 1 20, 2 40 1 3 Ml Aitrt t, tA Mrk r . Princes Ne v. ; Which also !wmteisel Tetey, Alton Julia, Red Lien Downs' trotting ! 'Vme t m. EXACT (4-1) PAID 3.2 winner! $th-i,joo, Treti l Prlerl Marry i II orkennan Jr.) . 53.20 57 40 52.40 Shenandoah Comet (lane) , 3 00 2.40 .. 'Make II Rock (Murray .140 Ht'iwr llIU IWiVll "as thrown i Akn started Kenmar Kate, Keystone to the 1,-ark hut not seriously ;AZ'e"Vo4r minted in a Ihree-horsi Mortoage Paid (Werkhelser) Won't pay Camelot Adios (MacKinnon) Good drivar Success Irish (Vincent) Cuts mil FOURTH RACE -Puna 51,300, Conditioned Pact: 1 Alton Judge (Banks) Heia comes Oe Judge 1 3-1 2 Sperii A, (Warrington) Right now 1-2-1 5 Turk Away Wayne (Brock) . ... Has speed 5-3-1 Norm German (N. Truitt .... Broke In last 1-1-4 3 Iron Yankee (legum) . .. Gets money 5-5-5 Madrid Hanover (I orkennan) .. Good stable 2-4-3 4 Adios Agent (Caravello) . , No 3H H 7 Margend AM) (Boyd) No 3 32 FIFTH RACE-Pun 51,000, Invitational Pact! ) 1 7 2 17 5 1 a I II 10 I 12 I J 1 7 2 4 1 5 I I I 10 1 10 1 12 I IIOHTH RACl-Purs 51,200, Cleimlnt Pact: Radiant Vaslar (V. Crank) ... Going for "4" 1-1-1 Judge Dares (Parker) Good her -2-2 Conslant Byrd (No driver) From rail 2-3-3 Hobo Bob (Benard) King Yogi 41-2 Magnify (Boushard) Has ipeed 1-1-4 i-ucys neaver te. white) long mile 2-3-4 Honor Key (Sparendi) Good driver 7 4-4 Milo Wynwood (Pelgelbeck) No 7-1$ NINTH RACE-Purst 51,25, Ctndlliontd Pact; Yankee trigger (Boyd) Looks fh best 5 5-5 J-l Harry's Holly (l.octcerman Jr.) From rail 6 2 4-1 Pepper Sauce (Brock) Good for show 7-1-dnf 51 Tripoli (MacKinnon) Has soeed 3-4-5 -l Whiles Bowjo (C. While) ..Gels money 112 0 1 Can Pine Flolor (No driver) No 7-2-3 10 1 Timmy Stringer (Mansfield) No (U 15 1 Hank Scott (No driver) Steady Boy (No driver) Tarflla Prince (Slollilus) Think Rich (V. Crank) . Solid Mike (Hock) Star Mercury (Olin) ... Onn'l look hack 212 21 Will be tough 2 1 3 1 . ... Good draw 1 3 4 7 7 .... Rail helps 21) ?2 Could Inol 7 IU a I Doesn't figure 173 11 TENTH RiCE-Purs 51.4M, Candihened Pacai 3 Speed for Sal (Benard) Mv choice I Vernon Oregon (Dennis Si.) Rail helps Mv nirect (Hylan) Good for show 7 Judyone (Floyd) Garden spot II Seaward (Malitvashka) Gels money 7 Danny Dee (Carroll) No 4 Melrose Josie (Hock) No 5 Etwood Tetum (Manslieid) No u s E C L A S S I F in in ; the sevr nth race dent tm:hl. The accident ocenred when Haven Roy, driven by Hubert "Mver, stepped into the fork of ai'CI , 4TH-5MOO, Pace: , Sumter Rebel (Legum) 517.60 5 10 UISI Meditation (Carvivello) 4 00 nrn's Belle (McCarthy Jr.) i Also started Mister Mac, Rabh.t, more, Michael Laird, Probability, Time 7 OS EXACTA (5-3) PAID $54.00 too 3 40 II ao Dru (lonl H.nitT Vole Canada Knlks Al Whip Kiilc 7TH-5L350, Trol: u. i , , i , i lyiuiir iyrnirtm Boyd s sulky, causing Boyd and ; (Robertson) 540.20511100 1 '.. . . p.:..- r. i: Samho Bool (Rathhone) 10 00 Ill.i inn ,m , n n- i MM i II imi i m r.-i TORONTO (AP) - The Cana-iallowin? the driver to handle I dian Trotting Association decid-'tiie reins in one hand and whip huumon iiaroin (hoi Wedn,sd!,v night not ,fl gowi,h H'WT'iil his.i,4 f,i,itlvil nnrl) srlH ta.afli ""h" " " to co down, Dewtip, driven by Winston l.inewcavcr. also piled hi with none of the horses liiishnii; the laer. iSUlldp.iP Hi,.pelm-al niPPlIniver-!a,"nR wilh Sal' Ti' iioried spe.dy C Midnioh.jsity, has been Riven a vote ofi'l'''lli'iR Association on its nfw "(a'p pme Ronadios, Rav.n Boy ndiconfidencp by the president of controversial whipping rule. Dewlin did not linish, ., ,,:.,...:, ' time 2:0111. tne nniveisiiy. l lip tiAs noaro 01 nireciors The official statement fol- Wi IMS 1,AS VW;.S. Nev. -- NV-varla Kas Vegas combined a far.l -break attack with a blanketing press on defense Wednesday night to down North wrsl Mis;.oiii i Stale P7 70 in an inter-w.tiona! basketball game. TH-51,700, Pare- New Time (RObrnsoni sir, an ) ..... f. t str.nq Tmon (Butier) i2o 2 o ()wr( ci ilicisms voiced bv PTsr nn to lak rlffci Jan. I iillwalcr Peach (Brrrigan) 5 00' ' . Also Marled Bachelor's Debbie Wil .some students. 1 Which restricts (hp length Of I lies Girl, Atlnn Vim. Neusha, loleen's r,;im0"d. , ; Most of the complaint s driver's whip to .10 inches from Time -2 02 7 1 ' 1 TH-5i,4oo, pace: stemmed from Rice s football present 56. Mr Hunh (V. Crank) 51 a0 51,40 5 2 20 ,,.,. j ...i.j.i, 7.901 aflei- thrpp' BOMin (Warriiuilon) 4 70 2.M, "" ' ' " ouaniico Are (Wiiiiariis) xm SP;,sons wj(, Macciti. lie became Also slarled-Little Wicked, Go Pele n r,o. c f Kn.cihi. iir.i lag. PA( coach and athletic dtiTetor Srralrhed -AAilnu't B"v, .. , 1 time -2:01)1 in in(i7 with the retirement of EXACTA M il PID 5.1! 4" . A TT IS NMNC t -iw" 'HMIlf -514R.53J 'rsS V'rPly- (tvmimsli Seek Mori Officios Men are needed to officiate at area high school gymnastics meets. Any person with gymnastics experience is asked to contact Dave Hirst at 475-7R67. i'he USTA permits u.se of B r , . r. long whip, but srting Jan. 1, ' will rrquiro rtrivm lo keep a korH nd Mount PlMwnl nil hand on each rem, thereby not have learns in competition. E D A D S D A I L Y LEGAIS Lejal Notices TODAY! "h it e tosy and inexpensive to plac a Classified RESULT AD" . NOW . . Rates For 2 Lines leg.) Notices ALIAS SUMMONS IN DIVORCE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE IN AND FOR NEWCASTLE COUNTY aur:ei ia A KARAFEL. Plaintiff V runt W KARAFEL, a'ka W. CHRISTOPHER K A N IS E R, De fendant, No. 3281 civn ciroi , 1969. ALIAS SUMMONS IN DIVORCE. THE STATE OF DELAWARE TO THE SHERIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY: YOU ARE COMMANDED: AS YOU WERE HERETOFORE COMMANDED: To summon the above named defendant so that within 20 davs afier service hereof upon defendant, exclusive of the dav of service, defendant shall serve upon H. ALFRED TARRANT. JR., Esauire, plaintiff's attor- One Week (12 Insertiins) J5.04,?rjmffiB'i r. im 2 84 ,n answer to the complaint. T To aerve upon defendant a copy her eof and of the complaint. If the defendant cannot be served personally, to publish this process as required by statute. Dated December, 1, 1949. H. ANDREW TALLEY, Prothonotary. Per RUTH GREEN, Deputy. ESTATE OF WILLARD S. HEIS5. DECEASED - Notice is hereby oiven mat Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of W.IUrd S. Hej late of WSminqton Hundred, deceased, were duly oanted unia Helen Bonsail on the twenty-firs day of November A.D. 1949 and Hi persons indebted to the Mid de ceased are requested to mike pay ments to the txecuina wuiiuui delay, and all persona havins demands against the deceased are required to exhibit and present 1h same duly probated to the taid Executrix on or oeiore rrw rwemy-first day of August A.D. 1979 or abide by the law in this behalf. HfcLtN Buejai.L, Executrix. Address: Allmond and Wood, At-torneys-at-law, 421 Wilmington Trust Building, Wilmington, Delawira. dec 4, n, is . 3 days (6 insertiins) . JUST SAY . BILL ME! Ada mutt run tanteculiv days without change f copy I eon tf low rates bov. Atk about our lot monthly and contract rain and special Kent & Stutex ratet. COUNTER SERVICE Weekday! I a.m. lo :00 p.m. Saturdays I ti.m. lo 12 Noon. Kent t Sussex County, Doily Only, 9.00 m.-S.OO p.m. TELEPHONE SERVICE Weekdays I a.m. to p.m. Satur- days I a.m. to 12 Noon. Sundays 3:30 p.m. to p.m. Kent I Sussex County, Daily Only 100 o.m.-5:00 p.m. ERRORS fha News-Journal Co. will bo ro- SDoniibU for only ono incorrect intortion on orrors mado by vs. Ploaso phono 454-5351 as toon i you netico mistake in your oV CONDITIONS fho News-Journal Co. reserves the right to edit all advertising cop) and restrict ads to their propel classification for the protection and convenience of its readers and advertisers. All classified ads other than Notices, Lost and Found and Employment start in the Evening- Journal and run in the Morning News the following day at one low cost. IN NEW CASTLE COUNTY CALL 654-5351 IN KENT COUNTY CALL 734-7577 . IN SUSSEX COUNTY CALL 335-5453 or 856-737! TO THE. ABOVE NAMED DEFEND- ESTATE OF HENRY J. DRYER, DECEASED - Notice Is hereby oiven that Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of Hertry J. Dryar late of Wilmingiton Hundred, deceas-' ed, were duly granted unto Bank of Delaware on the twenty-fifth oy f November A.D. 196? and ell person indebted to the said deceased are requested to make payments to the Executor without delay, end (II persons having demands against the da-ceased are required to exhibit and oresent the same duly probated to the said Executor on or before the ANT: . I, ... .,. j. .( i, a r 107a If this summons is served personal- '"''-"" ZI i7mi h'ehalt. ly upon vou, then, In case of your failure, within 20 days after such service, exclusive of the day of service, to serve on plaintiff's attorney named above an answer to the complaint, the case will be tried without further notice. If personal service Is not made upon you and if this summons is published as required by statute, then, in case of your failure, within 20 days from service by publication of this summons, to serve on plaintiff attorney named above an answer to the complaint, the case will be tried without further notice. H. ANDREW TALLEY, Prothonotary. Per RUTH E. GREEN, Deputy. dec4-1l-ll-?4-3l LEGALS Legal Nttices ESTATE OF JOHN RAYMUNT, DECEASED Notice is hereby given thai Letters testamentary upon the Estate of John Raymunl lata of Wilmington Hundred, deceased, were duly granted unto Stanley Raymunt on the twenty-fifth day ol November A.D. 1969 and all persons indebted to the said deceased are requested to make payments to the Executor without delay, and ell per sons having demands against the deceased are required to exhibit and present the same duly probated toi the said Executor on or before the twenty-fifth dy of August A.D. 1970 or abide bv the law in this behalf. STANLEY RAYMUNT, Exec u or. Address: Joseph J. Longobardi, jr., Attorney-at-law, 1036 Wilmington Trust Building, Wilmington, Delaware. dec 4, 11, 18 ALIAS SUMMONS IN DIVORCE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE IN AND FOR NEWCASTLE COUNTY AGNES E. POBANZ, Plaintiff, v. OTTO J. POBANZ, Defendant. No. 3299 Civil Action, 1969 ALIAS SUM MONS IN DOVORCE. THE STATE OF DELAWARE, TO THE SHERIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY: YOU ARE COMMAND. ED: AS YOU WERE HERETOFORE COMMANDED: To summon the above named de fendant so that, within 20 days ofler service hereof upon defendant, exclusive of the day of service, defendant shall serve upon SHELDON N. SANDLER, ESQUIRE, plaintiff's attorney, whose address Is Community Law Service, 600 West Fourth Street, Wilmington, Delaware 19601, an answer to the complaint. To serve upon defendant copy hereof and of the complaint. If the defendant cannot be served personally, to publish this process as required by statute. Dated December 1, 1969. H.ANDREW TALLEY, Prothonotary. Per RUTH E GREEN, Deputy. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: If this summons Is served personal ly upon you, then, in case of your failure, within 20 davs after such serv ice, exclusive of the day of service, to serve on plaintiff's attorney named above an answer to the complaint, the case will be tried without further notice. If personal service Is not made upon you and if this summons is published as required by statute, then, in case of your failure, within 20 days trom serv ice by publication of this summons, to serve on plaintiff's attorney named above an answer to the complaint, the case will be tried without further no- H. ANDREW TALLEY, Prothonotary. Per RUTH E GREEN, Deputy. dec. 11-18-24-31-ian. nr i hide bv the law in this behalf. BANK OF DELAWARE, Executor. Address: Bank of Delaware, Ninth and Market Streets, Wilmington, Delaware. dec 4, 11, II ALIAS SUMMONS IN DIVORCI IN THE SUPRIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF DELAWARI IN AND FOR NEW CASTLE COUNTY JUANITA M ROBERTS, Plaintiff v. EARLE A. ROBERTS, JR., Defendant, No. 3265 Civil Action, 1969. ALIAS SUMMONS IN DIVORCE. THE STATE OF DELAWARE, TO THE SHERIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY: YOU ARE COMMENDED: AS YOU WERE HERETOFORE COMMANDED: To summon the above named attendant to that within 20 days alter service hereof upon defendant, exclusive of the day of service, defendant shall serve upon JOSEPH A. JULIAN, jr, ESOUIRE, plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 1050 WILMINGTON TRUST BUILDING, WILMINGTON, DELAWARE 19J01, an answer to the complaint. To serve upon delenoant a copy ner- eof and of the complaint. If the defendant cannot Be servna personally, to publish this process as required by statute. Dated November 25, 1769. H. ANDREW TALL1Y, Prothonotary, Per RUTH E.GREEN, Deputy. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: If this summons is served personally upon you, ihni, In case ef vour failure, within 20 days after such service, exclusive of the day of service, to serve on plaintiff's attorney named above an answer to the complaint, the case will be tried without further notice. If personal service Is not made upon you and if this summons Is published as required by statute, then, in cast of your failure, within 20 days from service by publication of this summons, to serve on plaintiff's attorney named above an answer to the complaint, the case will be tried without further notice. H.ANDREW TALLEY, Prothonotary. Per RUTH E, GREEN, Deputy. dK.4-ll-H-24-31 ESTATE OF HARRY E. MILLER DECEASED - Notice is hereby given that Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of Harry E. MHIer late of Christiana Hundred, deceased, were duly granted unto Ruth Agnes oray on the twenty-tourtn day ot November A.D. 1769 and all persons indebted to the said deceased are requested to make payments to the Executrix without delay, and all persons having demands against the deceased are required to exhibit and present the same duly probated to the said Executrix on or befori the twentyfourth day of August A.O. 1970 or abide by the law in this behalf. RUTH AGNE5 GRAY, Executrix. Address: Garry G. Greensteifl, attorney-at-law, 1211 Market Street, Wilminqton, Delaware, dec 4, 11, II ALIAS SUMMONS IN DIVORCE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE IN AND FOR NEW CASTLE COUNTY REGINA A. TURAK. PIalntlffv. JOHN J. TURAK," Defendant, No. 3266 Civil Action, 1969. ALIAS SUMMONS IN DIVORCE. THE STATE OP DELAWARE, TO THE SHERIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY: AS YOU ARE COM. M A N D E D: AS YOU WERE HERETOFORE COMMANDED: To summon the above named de fendant so that, within 20 days afler service hereof upon defendant, exclu sive of the day of service, defendant shall serve upon Raymond l BECKER. ESOUIRE, plaintiff's attor ney, whose address is Suite 200 , 200 West Ninth Street, Wilmington, Deta ware, an answer to the complaint To serve upon defendant a hereof and of the complaint ALIAS SUMMONS IN DIVORCK IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE IN AND FOR NEW CASTLE COUNTY CAROL L" BRADSHAW, Plaintiff V, BEN A. BRADSHAW, Defendant. No. 3273 Civil Action, 1969. ALIAS SUMMONS IN DIVORCE. THE STATE OF DELAWARE, TO THE SHERIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY: YOU ARE COMMANDED: AS YOU WERE HERSTO- . FORE COMMANDED: To summon the above named de fendant so that, within 20 days after service hereof upon defendant, exclusive of the day of service defendant shall serve upon ARTHUR J. SUL LIVAN, Esquire, plaintiff's attorney, whose address ii 701 Market Tower, Wilmington, Delawera, an answer te the complaint. To serve upon defendant copy hereof and of the complaint. If the defendant cannot be served personally, to publish this process es required by statute. Dated November 25, 1969 H. ANDREW TALLIY, Prothonotary. Psr RUTH E. GREEN, Deputy. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: If this summons Is served perianal- copyily upon you, then, In case of your I failure, within 9f) riavt after nrh tarv If the defendant cannot be served ce, exclusive of the dey of service, te personally, to publish this process as ; serv, paintiff's attorney named reauired bv statute Dated December 1, 1969. H.ANDREW TALLEY, Prothonotary. Per RUTH E GREEN, Deputy. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: If this summons Is served personally upon you, then, In case of your failure, within 20 days after such service, exclusive of the day of service, to serve on plaintiff's attorney named above an answer to the complaint, the case will be tried without further notice. , If personal service is not made upon you and if this summons is published as required by statute, then, in case of your failure, within 20 days from service hy publication of this summons, to serve on plaintiff's attorney, named above an answer to the complaint, the rase will be tried without further no- ,IC' H.ANDREW TALLEY, Prothonotary, Ter RUTH E GREEN, Deputy. dec. 11 -II 24-31-ian. I You can place a WANT AD tonight until 9:00 p.m. 1Mb ! above an answer to the complaint, the case will be tried without further no tice. If personal service Is not made upon vou and if. this summons is published as required by statute, then, In cese at your failure, within 20 days from service by publication of this summons, te serve on plaintiff's ettorney named above an answer to the complaint, the case will be tried without further n- lice. (SEAL) H, ANDREW TALLEY, Prothonotary. Per RUTH E. GREEN, Deputy. dec-4-11-11-24-31 ALIAS SUMMONS IN DIVORCE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF t?LAWA. IN AND FOR NEW CASTLE COUNTY WILBUR J. FREEMAN. Plaintiff V. VIRGINIA S. FREEMAN, Defendant. No, 3279 Civil Action. 1969. ALIAS SUMMONS IN DIVORCE THE STATE OF DELAWARE, TO THE SHERIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY: YOU ARE COMMANDED: AS YOU WERE HERETOFORE COMMANDED: To summon the above named defendant so that, within M days after service hereof upon defend ant, exclusive of the dav ef serv ice, defendant shall serve upon THEOPHILUS R. NIX, Esouirs. plaintiff's attorney, whose address it 914 French Street, Wilmington, Del aware, an answer to the complaint. To serve uoon defendant a copy hereof and of the complaint. If the defendant cannot be served personally, to publish this process at required by statute. Dated December 1, 1969 , H. ANDREW TALLEY, Prnthnnntery. Per RUTH E. GREEN, . Denuly. TO THE ABOVE NAMFO OEFENM-ANT: If this summons Is served personally upon you, then, in ces of your failure, within 20 days after such service, exclusive of the day ef service, to serve on plaintiff's ettorney named above an answer to the complaint, the cast will be tried without further notice. If personal service Is not made upon you and If this summons Is published as required by statute, then, In case of your failure, within 20 days from service by publication tit this summons, to serve on oleintlff'S attorney named above an enswer t the complaint, the cese will be tried without further notice. H. ANDREW TALLPY. Prnthnnrtlery, Per RUTH t. GRFFN, Oh'lty. dec 4-n il-34-.il for tomorrow's JOURNAL dial 654-5351 Ask For A Want Ad-Visor Hundreds ot Delaware businessmen usf News-Journal Want Ads every day to insure business success. Have you used them yet? CALL 654-5351

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