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NYACK, N. Y MONDAY, JUNE I, 1964 24 FHE ROCKLAND COUNTY JOURNAL-NEWS ' 1 4 ,4 n 7 Hours, 1, pvw-W : sfiinBr 1 -n---T- r mi g Out yarns ast ! 611 s ogs V 1 k. " tub L, v ' if" ft ', 0? t CEPEDA STEALS home with winning run. Orlando Cepoda of the San Francisco Glanti slides into home plate just ahead of the tag by New York Mets' catcher Jesse Con dor to score the winning run in the opening game of double-headrr at Shea Stadium yes-terduy. The run capped a three-run rally In the sixth which put the Giants ahead to stay. The visitors added a run In the ninth and won, 5-3. The Giants also captured the second game of the double-header with a score of 8-6 after a 23-inning marathon. Gonzales Tops Rosewall In 5 Sets For Pro Title WHITE PLAINS The "comeback" of Rlchnrd Pancho" Gonzales, the Whlrla-Way of pro tennis, reached its apex yesterday afternoon at the County Center In White Plains. Continuing his sensational week-long p'ay, the 3Gyenr-old Call-fornlan battled his way to the championship of the $15,000 Westchester tournament by outlasting Ken Rosewall of Australia 5 7, e-6, 10 8, 11 9, 8 6 In a three hour, 28 minute epic. "I thouRht my logs were going to fall off," said Pancho as he toweled himself off in the dressing room after picking up the title trophy and the $30,000 check that went with it. In knocking off the top seeded player, Gonzales more than con vinced the public that his "comeback" from the disas trous showing at Forest Hills last year was Indeed genuine. A year ago, he came out of semi retirement to play In the pro tourney at Forest Hills and was aJaughtcred by Alex Olmedo. Now, no's back on the tour again, and he's won two of the first three Jackpots, having Whacked Andres Glmeno for, the Cleveland title two weeks ago. Ills work In Westchester was Inspiring. Hy the draw, he faced opening night action against former U.S. champ Mai Anderson and oulslugged the sore-armed Anderson 61, 6 4 to get Into the second round against second- seeded Rod Laver, the 19G2 Grand Slam winner from Australia. And, with 2,500 looking on at the Center Friday night, Pancho made his first giant step by outgunnlng the flashy lefthander 16, 6-3, 6-3 to gain the penultimate round against Lew Hoad. Itoiuhs Ijow Saturday night ho took Hoad, and again showed that big booming service and staying power, picking up a 6 8, 6-4, 6 3 verdict which propelled him into the championships against the diminutive Rosewall, who many consider the greatest player pound for pound in the world Rosewall had advanced over the weekend by knocking off 01 medo 2 G, 6 2, 9-7 Saturday, after Olmedo had turned buck Harry MncKay 6-3, 7-9,6 3 Friday eve ning. Still reflecting, Gonzales called yesterday's match "a tough one all (lie way. . .the kind of match that Is rough to either win or Jose." Down two sets, Gonzales trailed 41 in the third set, and seemed ready for the guillotine. Hut he called on a hidden reserve, and rallied to win five straight games, and went on to score the monumental upset. Gonzales later admitted that he picked up a cramp In his right side late in the fourth set, but that once he got through that set and got rolling in the fifth and final one, he began to feel "good" again. Now, he's got his confidence back, esieclally the confidence to go all the way in long matches against the top, younger players. His only loss so far In the three tournaments was to Laver In Washington, and now he's avenged that one. Olmedo, the last of the red hot Incas, won the third place money with a 10-5 win over Hoad yesterday, with the pro set resulting from the length of the title match to past 6 p.m. The doubles match was called off for this same reason. Now Pancho, and associates, are heading for the area where Gonzales would really like to show his stuff. It's the $15,000 Ios Angeles Masters tourney, which ojx-ns tomorrow. ED By MURRAY CHASS Aiwodttted Pretts 8 porta Writer When Gaylord and Galen gave their show an out-of-town tryout, they never realized It would be so well received once It hit Broadway that they would have to extend their performance. The players pitchers Gay-lord Perry and Galen Cisco and their teammates the San Francisco Giants and the New York Mets did Just that Sunday as they waded through 23 Innings in the longest game in major league history from the standpoint of time. The Giants and the Mets did not exactly play on Broadway but a few miles away at Shea Stadium. The Giants won the seven hour-and-23-mlnute production 8-6. The victory came after they had taken a mere 2:9 to win the opener of the doubleheader 5-3. Just 15 days before, In San HARNEY ENTERED RYE, N. Y. (UPI) Paul Harney has entered the $100,000 Thunderblrd Golf tournament at the Westchester Country Club, June 4 7. Harney, lost to Arnold Palmer in a playoff of the 1963 Thunderblrd tourney. oo fot Sti?o o o M Uoytona, a tram ot in.ti.ii 't4 Comrts wdt ran 100,000 miles at over 100 ni h. Ham one, arfiuoted lor highwjy driving, hat ddH 37,000 miles without I major rcr Jifl World's 100,000-Mile Durability Champion Considering the '64 Comet's record, it's no wonder snlcs arc already zooming to new heights. There's never been a better time to deal on Comet. And wh.it a Comet to deal on! Right from the stjrt of the record-shattering run at Daytona, this h.is been Comet's year. Awards for styling and engineering carne to Comet from around the world. Two rally-modified Comets became the first American-built cars ever to enter the East African Safari Rally and finish. See thrs hirsky, licfticr, new kind of Comet And now wlicn your Mercury dcaJer has his eye on new sales records. He'll deal! Players 67 Gets 512,000 At Speedway By CARL C. CRAF T Associated Press Writer INDIANAPOLIS (AP)-"Dad-dy, shoot 65 and come home." That was the order Sunday irom MarK Player, 3-year-old son of South African polfer Gary Player, In a trans-Atlantic phone call. But for a Dalr of boeies. Caw would have followed orders to the number. He sank a birdie putt on the final hole for a 67 to win $12,000 and a vacation with his family as victor In the Speedway Onen eolf tournov. Player, who said, "I Intend to aevote more time to my family," plans to return next week to Nassau in the Bahamas, where his wife and four children are livintr. Player wore all white Sunday instead of his usual black costume. He explained. "I had to let my dry cleaning catch up witn me, you know." Player dronned an elr-hf-lnrh putt for a birdie on the nnr-five 485 yard final hole to finish 11 under nar for the four rounds and win by a slnRlo stroke. The diminutive. 116-nound swlnjjcr said, "I don't know Men is more nerve-racking rlnff a race driver or a golf er." Asked whether he witnessed the Indianapolis MOmile race Niturday, in which two drivers died In a flaming crash, Player replied softly : "Unfortunately, yes." It was his third toumcv since he had his tonsils removed after the Masters in April. The victory hoosted his total cat-nines this season to $29,000 and placed him fourth on the money list behind Jack Nick- laus, who finished far back in the field Sunday; Arnold ralm-er, who sklpjted the meet, and limy Casper, tied tor fifth. Rtd Wat OtofVt Mrc rTT at ft fart kloKv Comrany Wmxter Rotunda, hni Tort Waakfl Fair ' Get the tummcr's hottest dcJ on Omicl at the Hotc of Champions your Mercury dealers Francisco, the same teams played 15 Innings with the Uiants winning 6-4. Perry was the winner in that one and Cisco the loser. The right-handed hurlers performed In the same roles Sunday. Perry, who pitched only one inning in the earlier game, went 10 Innings this time. Cisco, who lasted 1 2-3 innings May 16, made it through nine Innings. The game took more time than it would to sit through Hamlet twice. The New York Yankees and the Detroit Tigers previously had played the longest game seven hours even-June 24, 1964. And only three games went more innings than Sunday's. Cisco who really couldn't be blamed If, like Hamlet, he started seeing ghosts limited the Giants to two hits in eight innings before Jim Davenport tripled with two out in the 3rd. Pinch hitter Del Crandall drove Davenport home with a ground-rule double after Cap Peterson was walked purposely. Jesus Alou brought Peterson home with an infield single. Elsewhere In the NL, Chicago nipped Milwaukee 4-3 in 10 innings, Philadelphia stopped Houston 4-1, Los Angeles got by Pittsburgh 6-4 and St. Louis Cincinnati 2-1 after losing 60. i crowd of 57,037, largest In in the majors this season, saw the Mets pull a triple play in the 14th Inning and Giants' Manager Al Dark ejected In the 15th. The fans also saw the Mets' Joe Christopher liny the role of the villain with his three-run homer in the seventh that sent the game into extra Innings. Orlando Cepeda stole home with the deciding run in the opener. Juan Marichal won his eights game in nine decisions. Dlly Williams cracked his 13th home run In the 10th Inning for the Cubs' triumph. Billy Cowan's run-scoring single tied the game for the Cubs In the ninth. Williams, getting three hits, increased his lcague-leadng average to .414. Art Mahaffey walked seven Colts, but Rlche Allen end Ruben Amaro backed him with two-run homers as the Phillies remained In first place. Sandy Koufax won his fifth game against four defeats, but he needed the aid of Pittsburgh errors and reliever Ron Per-ranoski. Two of the Dodgers' runs In tho four-run third scored with the help of the mis- cues. Tommy Davis singled home Jim Gilliam with the tie- breaking run In the eighth. Bob Gibson Ignited a two-run Cardinals' rally in the eighth in- ning of the nightcap with a sin gle, then held off a RikIs' outburst in the ninth for his fifth triumph against one loss. Dick Groat's sacrifice fly and Ken Boyer's single sent In St. Louis' runs off John Tsltouris, who until the eighth had given up Just five hits. Bob Purkey scattered six hits In the opener. The Reds shelled Ray Washburn from the mound with four runs in the first inning. Major League Standings Philadelphia San Fran Cisco St. Imis Milwaukee Pittsburgh Cincinnati I is Angeles Chicago Houston New York National I.caruo W. I- IVt 25 26 25 23 23 21 21 19 21 It 15 17 20 21 21 21 23 22 2f. 32 .625 .605 .556 .523 .523 .500 .477 .4f3 .417 r.B 4 4 5 6 6 "4 304 14 Monday' KtmiiIIn S. Francisco 5 New York. 3. 1st S. Francisco 8 New York 6, 2nd. Los Angeles 6 Pittsburgh 4 Philadelphia 4 Houston 1 Chicago 4 Milwaukee 3. 10 inns. Cincinnati 6 St. Ixitils 0. 1st St. liouls 2 Cincinnati 1. 2nd Saturday's Result Im Angeles 10 Pittsburgh 3 Chicago 4 Milwaukee 2 Chicago 2 Milwaukee 0 New York 6 San Francisco 2 St. Louis 7 Cincinnati 1 Philadelphia 5 Houston 1 Monday's PmhaMe IlUhcr Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (night) Ortega (32) vs. Vcale (43). Tuesday's Game St. Louis at Chicago Houston at New York, night Onclnnnti at Milwaukee, night S. Francisco at Pittsburgh, night L. Angeles at Philadelphia, night MARSI MOTORS Rtc. 59, Nanuet, N. Y. . a nrnjci a Zpl0 K ccxt . tm poi POLO GROUNDS GARAGE 404 WEST 155 ST. TEL 212-AU 3-8613 COMMUTER PARKING DAILY OR MONTHLY IND SUB AT DOOR OPEN 24 HOURS American Ieagiin W. L. IVt f.B Chicago 21 11 .686 ... Baltimore 27 15 .613 New York 21 16 .568 4 Cleveland 21 16 .568 4 Minnesota 21 19 .558 4 Boston 21 21 .500 6 Detroit 18 21 .429 9 Washington 19 29 .396 1U4 Kansas City 15 26 .366 12 los Angeles 16 29 .356 13 Sunday's RomiIIm Cleveland 9 Washington 6, 1st Cleveland 8 Washington 3, 2nd Chicago 5 Detroit 3, 1st Chicago 8 Detroit 3. 2nd Boston 4 Minnesota 3 Kansas City 4 New York 2 Baltimore 2 Los Angeles 1 Saturday' Retiilti Minnesota 7 Boston 3 Cleveland 10 Washington 2 Chicago 10 Detroit 4 New York 9 Kansas City 1 Baltimore 6 I,os Angeles 0 Monday' lrthable I'lUher Boston at Ix)s Angeles, (night) Monbouquette (1-5) vs. I,ntman (23). Baltimore at Kansas City, (night) Bunker (50) vs. Mon-teagudo i03t. Chlrago at Cleveland (night) Plarro (51) vs. Krallrk (4 1'. New York at Minnesota ( night Terry (13) vs. Stig-man (13). Tuesday' tiame Boston at Iis Angeles, night Baltimore at Kansas City, night New York at Minnesota, night Washington at Detroit, night Chicago at Cleveland, night Fven thieves prefer the reassuring clank of hard money. When a hank was robbed in White Sulphur Springs. Mont., the bandit lugged away 20,000 silver dollars. He made his getaway lri truck. """tmmt"" ''"aw v J 4T & it iff ' - it ivi I SiSSi i, , -j immmmmffmmimz OKAY, NOW back to mother. While the New York-Kpn-sas City game was being delayed by rain yesterday, at Kansas City, Roger Maris' two sons visited the Yankee dugout. Here Roger starts 3-year-old Kevin on his way back to the stands as Roger Jr., right , 5, leaves the dug. out. AP Wirephoto. Causey HR Beats Yanks, Chisox Win, Take AL Lead By DICK COUCH Associated Press SporU Writer Don Buford, Chicago's preseason candidate for American League rookle of-the year honors, has been carrying Pete Ward's glove and little else since Ward's recent return to slugging form. But Buford, whose batting average to date barely exceeds Ward's weight, is beginning to make his base hits count for the league-leading White Sox. He had only two hits in Sunday's 5-3, 8-3 doubleheader victory over Detroit, but they were good for five runs batted in. His first-game triple delivered the White Sox' deciding win and his first major league home run came with two mates on baa In the nightcap. Buford, the International League's most valuable player in 1963 when he led the IL with a .336 mark, has been fighting a losing battle against American League pitchers. The little lnfielder, used primarily as a late-inning replacement for the hot-handed Ward recently, car ried a .191 average out of Sunday's doubleheader. But his run production In the twinblll he had driven in one run in 79 previous at-bats may be an indication of better things to come for the 27 year old switch hitter who shared top billing with Richie Allen of the Phiadelphia Phillies in spring rookie pols. Chicago's double victory enabled the White Sox to move one half game up on second place Baltimore in the AL. The Orioles nipped Los An geles 21 behind southpaw Steve Barber. Cleveland defeatrd Washington twice 9 6 and 8 3, taking advantage of a flubbed third strike in the first game and burying the Senators under an extra-base onslaught in the afterpiece. Kansas City topped the New York Yankees 4 2 on Wayne Causey's three run homer and Boston edged Minnesota 4 3 on a ninth Inning pinch hit double by Felix Mantilla. Chicago beat Milwaukee 43 in 10 innings; Los Angc'es out-scored Pittsburgh 6 4 and Philadelphia defeated Houston 41 in other games. Buford's three-run homer and a two-run blast by Ron Hansen helped Gary Peters to his sixth victory In the Chicago Detroit nightcap and gave the White Sox a sweep of the four game weekend series. Ex-Tiger Don Mossl blanked Detroit for three innings in the opener, preserving the victory for rookie Frank Kreutzer. Buford tripled home Mike Hersh-bergcr in the fifth with what proved to bo the winning run. Ward hit his third homer in as many games. Cleveland trailed 6 5 with two out In the ninth inning of Its first game but a third strike to Vic Davalillo escaped Senators' catcher Mike Brumlcy and the Indians went on to score four runs. Washington, behind 5 0 early in the game, had pulled ahead In the eighth on Bill Skow-ron's 10th homer. Homers by Leon Wagner, his second of the afternoon, and Woody Held and a three run double by Joe Azcue triggered the Indians' second-game rout. Barber, a 20-game winner last season who had been plagued with a bad back this year, way to Stu Miller, and picked pitched a three hitter through seven innings, before giving up his first victory. Causey's seventh Inning blast off Yankee reliever Hal Renlff, came with two outs and the A's behind 21. Both New York runs came in the top of the in ning on a two-out pinch single by Mickey Mantle. The Red Sox snapped a 3-3 tie and their three-game losing streak when Frank Malzone led off the ninth with his second single, was sacrificed to second and scored on Mantilla's clutch hit. RACEWAY ENTRIES MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1964 P.P. Prob. Driver oaa. thot? ci!T, r.-Oldt ft UP, 1 Milt, vz.uno 1. PrKkv Gnll 2. Frtlaht Gait 3. I dMle Snna 4. Wolfe's Pilot 5. Terrell 6. MW Frl'ft 7. Flathv Denn I Dean podnev Sholly Brorfbury Avery Butttrworlh Bottle Bell J.MocDonoid Jordort A E Midway Crxnt tw Welch); Dutcti icia (Poiierson). SECOND RACE-PA TF; Clolmlnfl AHowonct, 1 Milt, I Howy Doy Tlmt B.MItchell 2. Crowfordvlllt Gait Wothen.Jr. HixHon Brodbury Werner I. Golrile Mnrle 4. Sylvla'i Dreom 5. Towner Hanover 4. Career Roy 7. peho f Goo t. Solid Harmony A P. Mir Irk Byrd (Start) Pomv Adira THIRD RACE-PACF: Cond. 4 Yf.-Oldt ft Up, 1 Milt, H 0OO. Wottten Ir. Rlrharriton Gilmour ShuMlownrth II tl 4 I in 4 1 31 51 II V Mary Jinn Scott 2. Home Boy 3. Too Dollar 4. Aalle Hanover 5. Ida Mountain t Fivlna Scotchman 7. FotHrrlnr t. Lou k Rvrd A c Mr. Bimoo (V Dander ) Looon Hanover ISholly). FOURTH RACE TPOT tnvttotlonol, 1 Mil. W.0M. 1. Sara Block 41 . Hldlov l Boy W Wolrtl t 1. Speedy Victory Walker 5 1 toilitie Mim Cnlldt Glirnmir -l 5. Tvon Scott Sean -1 t. Detour J.MocDonoid 51 7. Hoot Dolmont Bell 10 1 I. lord Valentlnt Sholty I I A.E. aKilroy'l Votentlnt j wm (Gil-mour). a W.CIImour ttotlt Entry FIFTH RACE rAce invitational. Jovnt Momii.id," UO ntto, i. Tone Ewest I. Meadow Don J. HorolO J. 1 Milt, "Tht V Oaiver J 1 Qnmovr 6-1 A Thomas t P.P. Driver Preb. Odat. Shity 4 Nlleur. 1J S nanre 4. Patterson 12 ii I 4. Part A Breert 5, Rendezvour Trudtf 4. Poplar Aqulla 7 oS y Vonket -mm Un, n A E owiinam Timt tt uonctr). a S. Dancer Slablt Entry SIXTH RACE PACF; Cond., 4 Yr.-0ld ft Up, 1 MHt, 53.500 1. PatMnq Cloud Sholty 41 ?. Dannv' Hideaway l rhnllMini, AAa H Danrer.Jr. 3-1 4! Galileo Pick Faroldo 51 5 KCondy G J. Shoter I I . Lvnrh Hanover J. Mar Donald 7. Dlrk't Brother Comden I. Mono Rush Iniko A.E. War Chant. SFVFNTH RACE PACF ; Cond., 4-Yr.-Oldl ft Up, 1 MHt, 51.500. 1. pinehoven Boy 51 j. Melody Oon Pttalefl t l 3. Nossawoaox Bell 4-1 4 Sir Charles Plrlt Hlidwn 4 1 $. Morocco Hanover Richardson 4. Worthy Mon 151 7 Biork Heath V Darver I I. Danny Ahbedale Faroldo 151 A E Wor Chant EIGHTH RACE PACF : Cond., 4-Yr.-Oldt ft Up, 1 MHt, tl one 1. Ir. I. Fln Rlfitordson Pholen LoRnrgt J.MorDanoid Gilmour Ttll lavey Mitt 3. rOSDOIl FiprMf 4, Merry co Boy 5. Fednr Herbert 4. Good Shot 7 Parsifal 1 Nevelt Hanover A F Vol Jet (Camden); jarnet man ir-uteyj. NINTH RACE- " PArFr Clalmlno Allowonct, 1 MHt, 57. 500 i. Grand Cardinal Sholty I . Foy Farvel Darlsh I 3. Pilot Zoom 5. 4. eranro rvuetty t-5 Raven Wina Richardson I 4. Boom't Girl Comden 10- 1. Metropolitan tasks 1& 1 Navy Chief Gilmour 7-1 A e uirea Fotnnew Lotioroel) Poplar Scot (WWelctii. st Roclnfl Freeleooed. OBSKRTR'S SELKCTIONS NYACK IJTTI.E LfUGt K wl Cardinals 3 0 Cubs 2 0 Braves 2 1 Yankees 2 1 Indians 1 1 Pirates 0 1 Tigers 0 2 Mets 5 0 4 1 Freight Halt. Flashy Dean, Wolfe's Tilot 2 Sylvia's Dream, tioldle Marie, Crawfordvllle 3 Home Boy, Hying Scotchman, Faberlng 4 Hadley'a Boy, Speedy Victoi-y, Sara Black 5 Yankee Express, Harold J., Sly Yankee 6 Danny's Hideaway, Fasslng Cloud. Challenge Me 7 Flnrhavcn Boy, Nassawadox, Sir Charles Pick 8 Farsifal, Good Shot, Fedor Herbert -Grand Cardinal, Pilot Zoom, Franco Mickey BEST BET: rarslfal-8th Race Monticello Entries P.P. Horst Driver Odds 1 ii.wu; lonamoneo pace: I Oufk Trgqer, Ryonj 4) I Chester Biack (5odosky) 31 3 Miss Koioaa (bdmunds) 5-i 4 Miss Alton IMcOee) II I Deano (Williams) t 4 iister Adios (Ayou) 1 1 7 laurtbee (Fold) 4 I I Rustvt up f Floyd) 1-51 000; Conditioned Trot: I Sue Enpress (Turcolte) 4 1 I Bedevil I No Driver) 31 3 Frost Wyn (Feimina) 1 1 4 Tlton Gaioohone lAhite) 41 5 Square Deal (Broden) $-1 4 Greot Adonis (Edmunds) 11 7 Woody Hanover (Wriaht) 1 1 I Cop'am Oregon (No Driver) H 3 41 (M); Conottioned Pact: 1 Peppermint lEdwards) 11 Kentucky Ensan iwest) 41 4 Skipper Toss 15'ory) 31 4 Pouietfe Wkk (No Driver) 1 1 J Too Mast I Abbotitiiol 51 I Emore iBosttcl 51 7 Victory Gary (SUkiol) II I Ados Topper tBurris) 4-1 4 41 .000 Conditioned Pace: I Mane Ados (West) 31 f Ribbon (Grundy) $.) 1 Neveie Doll (W. Popfnaert 1 1 4 Meadow PratKr (F. Ponf'ngtr) 4-1 I Spirit o Morewl (Fl'lin) H 4 ET Ados (A. Abbatteno) II 7 Hod A-Penny (Fktvdl II I 5'esto Hannver (Sostlrl 41 5 51 OtlO; Cond Honed Pact: 1 Rome Hanover IF, lion) 4 1 7 Good Scott (White) 3 1 I Cash In (Grossol 51 4 Scotch (Cey IFIreKI) 51 I FskovS Edd'e (Dt.pioisel II I Sunny Blrba'A (yViltr.ng) 1 1 5ucrss III (No Driven II I A-ris Hnover (No Ofver) II I 4-41 Ono; Conditioned Trot: II Runnymete Belts (Monii) II ) B'nkin (Bier) 51 1 1 Hobo R tit lOmereM 4 t 4 M nkd (Morgan) 1 1 S Petord (Pooe) I Gait Way Ension (Turcotte) indy MacWorthy (Edwards) I Victor dney (No Driver) 741 000; Condilloned Poet: I limeiy Lody (Bostlcl 1 Mss jocob (A. Abbatitllo) 5'Kcess Ad os (Ayou) 4 Chris Lin Sue (rtillord) 5 Cybet (Inorassio) 4 Becky Lee (Floyd) 7 St Sam (McGee) I Ivy Castlt (Edwards) 1-41 ono; Conditioned Pace: 1 Loddit Pick (F. Poptinaer) .. 1 Dor Amier (West) 3 Peed Hanover (Lowhont 4 Truman 1 Pride (Morpon) .... 5 Success ld (No Driver) .... 4 Bombr 1 Dreom (No Driver) 7 Don Brewster (Ayou) I Mercury Don (D,yii It 3 1 It 12 1 II 41 41 tl 51 31 II 10-1 51 3-1 4-1 51 .... VI ....101 ....101 tl t-41 000 Conditioned Poet: 1 Key Sana. (White) ............4 1 2 Moon Hov-n ILiitey) 51 3 B'onre F on INo Orlver) .,..11 4 Barh Posecroft Firetti) 3 j 5 Fwtyt Fori (W Ponfinotr) I 4 Jerry Peters (Flllon) ,....,.. 1 1 7 Gonerol Byrd (Bitrrls) ....4-1 I Counsel Way (Story) J. A D VI R 1 1 I I 4 r "pBad Breath Jweetini Mouth Stomach Ir S Minutii or your 3( br it druriHt. Chew Bell-ins tb'ets whenever you thins your brtnth m, offend. Beil-tns neutrii;t tnditjr, iweeien t0uttl nd s'nrnnrll lite tic. No htrmful t)ruis, Ct Ben-tot. Send tnsttl to leu-ens 0ttntburf, N. T, lor liberal tret tf pit 1 i

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