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22 adefPh THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, MONDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 10. 1047 Wilkerson, Amos Signed For Bout Here By JOHN W EBSTER Light Heavy Dusty Wilkerson, who came back from a stretch of soldier-lr.g to pick up the gloves he had been forced to lay aside, will make his second post-war start in a six-rounder aeainst Bob Amos, stf blc-ma of Jimmy Bivins. one -veek from tonight at the Arena. Thej are to be semi-finalists on the Bn Ins-Curtis Sheppard program. Wilkerson, first-named Solomon srd a product of Diamond Eel .ing, made several good showings hen before his induction. Though a bit rusty, he gave promise of recapturing that sparkle recently when tie ceieated a rugged customer, one Johnny ' Nelson, from Providf nee. Matched later with Eddie Fran din, the Duster was scratched when he waged an unscheduled bout 'ith the np. HATED GOOD rROSrECT Amos, a Detroit craftsman, is said to be undefeated in a dozen bouts tir.ee emerging from the amateur crovinx ground. Only lately he was tabbed an outstanding 175-ptund prospect by a fistic magazine, n.uch in demand among the members of the fancy. Clem Russo, another member of the Diamond Belt alumni, has een :gned for a six-rounder with eon Si-ymurski. Chester light htavy Tommy Ruth, former touTiey champ, is to face Harold Johrson, Manayunk, in one six, while Pete M' .ran. matchmaker for Her nan Taylor, still must arrange another Camden Jack Burns, fledjllng heavy, is to face another begir.ner, Gene Storm, in a four-rourder Burns is a stablemate of Jersey Joe Walcott. Majestic, K.A.T., Shar Israel Win in W.PJ.C.C. League Majestic retained first place in the West Philadelphia Jewish Community Center Basketball League with a 56-48 victory over St. Carthage, at 63d and Ludlow sts., yesterday. K. A. T. kept within a half game of first, downing Bullets, 47-41, while Shar Israel trounced Royals, 53-30. St. Carthage provided plenty of opposition before bowing. Bob Appei dropped 11 field goals. Majestic led at the half, 19-15. Bullets topped K. A. T. at the Kurowski's Team Loses to Eagles READING, Pa , Feb. 9. Th Philadelphia Eagles basketball tam defeated Oeorge (Whltey) Kuiow-Eki's Reading Independents, 51-55, today. Larry Cabrelli's field goal with five seconds to play clin hed the came. P-.i.a. Llf ... 1- ! 1 If An'honv.f 3 3 DTiotit.f 1' 3l Lallaichcr.c t 2 .11 rout g 1 17 W.-.sh g (I 6 P.urnvf O 2 Kaiish g Kurow ski. z :d f p f lir. ( whwr .r S errnn k 3.1 rs.jf Van Buren.f G i 2 6 H 1) 0 4 3 1 . P O n 15 1 17 o I) T'. Hi 26 7 59 Totals -Easle. 28-IS. 24 7 55 Will Enter U. S. Skating NEW YORK, Feb. 9 (UU. Yvonne Sherman and Bob Sv en r.ing, New York Skating Club, who captured the Eastern States fl.jure f fcating senior pair championship at Aramore, Pa., during the week-end announced today that they w iuld enter the National championships at Berkeley, Calif., March 5-6. p .:. .364 .308 .308 .27.1 Em- PC. .5110 .45") .200 .190 Gas on Stomach t-lw4 m S umrtea mt boubW ymm mtney k .ck W1wii rzrrm tmrh acid raiun painful, miff r&W trvt c. ftournomftcrj aod firtrurn.dctr ut 11 1 y fr-r:-. th ftt-f-l;rig mllctn know, ft pvtfmtir t;.ef afdl'-m ik ihn in Me -xrm T tit No H!i-Tji brtnifs comffifl In ft Zf ormurttMiUi toui lot Ouubie mooey Uci KtXvt. Itch Checked In A Jiffy Or Your Money B.ick fmifirrrrxfrnm the torturitwr itch causer! b " nonr. c, c?rK-K, athlete s foot, "lac-Irrr"' itr.x mxi her itch ImutiW. are pr Mine cxv.irit liriuirl l I). I. rrfviiTm.n This imr. rTived trw-dir-ation lrelojiei by I it, I '. 1). rnm riuve ly relieves that crurl. mi -run tux CrfjB'lrmarvl atsmlrm. Swhrnml ctm--tr-?r th most mtermf Hchirm ma )ift. 3'jc tnaj bor tie prove it mrnt s or rmniry back Aik your drticgiat Uxlay oc D. 1). U. 1'rescrii Uon. 'Torr PAIN VTPIX. doubit purpoM Ublft dii.w. h :mrit tmttnllT fr tikmi and '. rla lrrrr.f d ;. to 1. Quiclir criKt dlttitu f na((irt. arnlr.j muacuiar pain. 2. I? rip prcr.t that 16 nniy, tirtd faallnf lua l .i.crrrl drmar.d 1 year (ytlfin tor rrr-.n vital rirmrntl For (. trial ilia ri: Lwpt C!l. Darnek Co . N Holljrwtod, fa J. f.r ri rrfular .! Jroin drug It I-k.(t Tkt at tiirrrtrd on th.i (uarantta; h7KTL mul ijitjr chtk naiguif pm nd put jou en tha road to rniovlnj ifa ar n. er irlurn trnptr pack- w ni af mo-.tj fcatk tuaianlrcd Ivl I Kill Siaiiclins: JKHlSH I.EAOIE V. L. P. . W. L. Neich.C. 11 1 .929 T.Israpl 4 7 Har Zion 12 1 .923 H'nai Hr. 4 9 Hrlth Sho. 8 S .615 lieth. Kho. 4 9 HHhJacnh 7 7 . Y.M.H.A. 3 8 W.l'.J.C.C.S 7 .42 Emmanuel 3 1U SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Wpdnesdav Hnr Zlnn vi. Tpmnle manuol. Temple Israel vs. West Philiidel mm JrwiHh immunity Center. Beth Sho-'m !. Y. M. H. A., at Broad and Pine Ktd.. P. M. Saturday Two gamti at Hroadwoxl. MAIN LINE LKAUl'F W. I.. P C. W. L. Narberth 5 .750 Norrslto'n 9 9 Coateav'e It 7 ,fir6 Clifton U. 9 11 L.M-rion 14 6 Wavne 4 1 Utj(ltline 11 9 .550 Chester 4 17 AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL I.KAGUK W. L. P.C. W. L. PC. Helnti 2 0 1.000 SKF 1 1 .500 Brill 2 0 1.0O0 (Jen. El. 0 2 .0X) War. Local 1 1 .500 Lit Bros. 0 2 .000 SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Tonieht ACF-Brlll vi. Warehouse Local. General Electric vs. SKF. Lit Brothera vs. Hlntz Manufacturing Co.. at the Met. Bread and Poplar ats., 8 P. M. NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE Final First Half W. L. PC. W. L. PC. Disston 8 1 .889 Druco 5 4 .55 Ret Clerks 6 3 .667 S. P. S. 3 6 .333 G'dnn-N k 5 4 .556 Penn F't 0 9 .000 SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Tuesdav Retail Clerks vs. Standard Pressed Steel. 1'enn Fruit vs Cordon-Nick. Ijrucu vs. Diaston Saw. at the Met. Broad and Poplar sta.. 8 P. M. I'HII.A. CATHOLIC LEAGUE W. L P.C. W. L. P C. Shnn'han 19 1 .9So St. Anne 7 11 .389 St J.imes 1 21 . HH'I Incar'un 6 13 ..'U Nativity 15 4 .789 St St en's 5 11 .313 Hcsur i n JJ H .hhi ht.iion'ce 3 .v. M .U.S. 9 7 .53 Xav er 3 14 .17H O.L. of M. U 8 .529 St. John's 3 17 .150 SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Tonight Nativity at St. Francis Xavler, ith and u recti sts. Tuesday Shanuhen at St. Stephen's, 16th at. and Allegheny ave. Thursday St. Stephen's at St. John's. Cotton and Tower sts. Friday St. James at Our Lady of Mercy. Broad st. and Susque hanna ave. iaiuraay St. Francis Xovier at St. James, 24th and Greeen sts.; Most Precious Sacrament at St. Anne. Memphis and Tuiker sts. Sunday St. Boniface at Resurrection. Castur ave. and Shelmlre it. AMERICAN CATHOLIC LEAGUE W. L. P.C. W. L. P.C. St Anth'v 14 3 .824 SPCr. f H .51 I Lj.t ir,Ux 1.1 3 .HI. I St Monica H 11 All K'oriuskol2 7 .ti.12 St. Jos 3 13 .188 Kowalakl 9 7 .5ii.) Puluskl 1 17 .056 SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Tuesday South Philadelphia C. C. at St Anthony, 21th and Cai penter ill.; Pulaski at St. Joseph's C. C, Cotton and Tower sts. Wednesday Kowalskl Post at Kosciusko, 026 Moyamensine ave. : St. Monica at South I'hiladelphla C. C. Ttiurs-dav ExhlhltUin Kensington Blue Bells at liastlntrs 2Hth and Iximbard sti. Friday St. Jnaeph'a vs. Kowalskl. at Cotton and Tower sts : HastlnKS at Pulaski. 18th St. and Hunting Park ave. Sunday Kosciusko at St. Monica. J7th and Ititner its. BANK AMI INSURANCE LEAGUE W. L. P C. W. L. P C. Fed Res 4 0 1.000 Corn Fx. 1 2 .3:13 Phila N.B. 2 1 .b7 Penn Mu. 1 3 .250 NACA 2 1 .W7 Fid. Mut. 0 3 .000 Lumber'n 1 1 .500 SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Tuesday I'hiladelphla Ni.tional Bank vs. Ii.Miianr'e Co. of N'ith America.. Pennsvl-vania I.umtemrn vs. Corn Exchange N'a-tii nal Bank. Thursday Philadelphia National Bank vs. Penn Mutual. Federal Reserve vs. Fidelity Mutual. AH games at Girls' High School, 17th and Spring Garden sts., 5.30 P. M. UNITED INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE W. L. P C. W. L. P C. Rrown In 4 O l.liOO Rverson 2 2 ,5'in l.e, ds & N.2 2 .")0 Link Belt 0 2 .OHO Am. Pulley 2 2 Exide 0 4 .000 SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Thursday American Pullev vs. Link Belt Ieda & Northrup vs. Brown Instrument Ex.de vs. Rverson Steel, at Germantown V M. C. A.. 5722 Greene at.. 7.30 P. M. CO-OPERATIVE IND. LEAGUE W. L. P C. W. L. P C. Disst.m 12 0 1.000 Keebler 3 9 .250 I T.E. 10 2 . 833 Yale & T. 3 9 .2V) Exide 8 4 7W7 Red Arr. 2 10 .lfi7 Arsena! 8 4 ,667 Bayard 2 10 .167 SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Tuesday Yale A Towne vs. Bayard. Red Arrow vs. Keehler Friday Dlsston txical vs. Exide. Arsenal vs. 1. T. E., at 555 E. Adams St. .NORTHEAST BOYS' CLUB LEAGUE Section 1 W. I.. P.C. W. L. P C Tawarxia 9 2 .818 Schol'tics 5 6 .454 Hlucs 8 2 .8ii Bridesh'g 5 6 .454 Ikus Club 6 3 .Wi7 Wi.sM'ing 1 9 .lo(l Ditman 7 4 . 636 Oxford P. 1 10 .091 SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Tnniifht - Hr iileshurg vs. Champlln runy vs. Richmond, Edgemont vs half, 25-18, but faltered in the last half and K. A. T.. paced by. Larry Goldsborough with 13 bas kets, forged to the front ana was never headed again. K. A. T. G. F. P. Goldsb'gh.f 13 1 27 Rosen. f Bonze, f 3 0 6 Vlnney.f Ixiwell.c 2 15 Gold.c Jaffe.g 113 Klrsh.it Carson, e 14 6 Goldberg, g Totals 20 7 47 Total Half time Bullets. 25-18. St. F. P. 0 10 Mole.f Majestic G. Pomerantz.I 5 Flnkel.f Balshem.f Wacks c Rosenthal, g Kline g Pfeffer.g 0 2 Dale.f 0 10 Dreger.f 2 10 Jai kaon.c 1 19 Appel.g 1 1 Townsend.g 2 4 Sterling. g , McGlone.g Totals Halftime 25 6 58 -Majestic, Totals 10-15. Shar Israel G. F. P. Gilbert. f 113 Lonsk.f Lyons.f 6 0 32 Flanagan. f I.askin.f 113 Andrews, c Brownstein.f 3 0 6 Llpton.g Ochs.c 10 2 Zozzi.g Yizob.c 113 Gllckman.g Pltkoff.g 0 12 Levin. g 10 2 Silvers, g 4 2 10 Totals 24 5 53 Totals Halftime Shar Israel. 20-14. Taeony A. A G Olinlk.f Oleinck.f Robblna.f Kane.f Brown, e Peterman.C SOUTH PHILA. LEAGUE At 20th Johnston 8ta. lone.g Schimp.g lotals hall, at BrKlge and Garden sts., 7.30 P Ta WHile- M. W. L. Bridge 4 0 Richmond 2 2 Champlin 2 2 Section 1 P.t . W. 1 OOO Edcemont 2 .500 Whitehall 1 .500 Tacony 1 P.C. .500 .250 .250 Are you troubled with a SKIN IRRITATION? 1 hen just try this special Erira Strength Zerrio-s Ioctor' wonderfully soith-ir yet powerfully medicated liquid. Kirs; applications relieve itching, b irn-ing of Eczema, Psoriasis, Athlite' Koot and Bimilar skin and rvalp irita-tiona due to external cause. Then Z'.mo promptly starts to aid healing. Rai ked ry an amazing record of continuous eueceMi. The tlrat trial eonvincea! W. N'uulty 11 DeSipm 9 'iiii-ony 9 l;r McC'en 9 lassrin 6 Hope A A. Irish W.V. 6 L. 1 1 2 4 3 4 6 PC. 364 .3M .:r9 .1H2 .167 .154 2 2 3 0 1 1 2 6 17 F. P. .mm: r nr. s.- :- .ir!': .... 16 9 41 I ft 4 2 10 ?. V H ' ' 't . ' 10 2 I t-- 22 4 48 h ""iw -: : Royal If. f ' G. F. P. i' r s 2 0 4 -M I '" i o 2 y I I . . i it ; :' lr- - v-J 14 2 30 if', H -A. V L J M Bullets G. F 3 0 3 5 5 Carthagi Clover Clinperf 4 York.f 4 Townsend.f Fanke.f 4 Lynsky.f 2 NlcCarthy.c 3 Katzlner.c 7 I-eiher.a: 0 12 Morgcn er.g 8 42 Totals Halftime Tacony. 26-15. Brecn-McCracken Burget Collins f Gallagher, Miner, I Reaby.f Grady.e llannlgan.c Byrne. g Murphy. g P. 4 Jankus.f 9 Gibson, f -3 Cukens.f 10 Quigley.c 0 Sneehan.g 2 Daley. g 3 " Totals 1 11 43 Totals 10 4 24 Halftime Breen-McCracken, 23-12. Irish W. Vets 40th Ward Vets Mannlng.f ' I nianerty.r O'Bnen.c Ctsulfleld.g Curtis, g 1 hnmas.g Mr'CJinnis.g Carney, g Totals F. P. 4 T.askls f 3 Flvnn.f 7 Dougherty.c 3 O'Keefe.g 4 Grace. g 7 2 3 . P. 1 7 0 2 2 10 1 3 0 4 13 7 33 Totals Halftime Tie. 14-14. 11 4 26 BR ITH 8HOLOM LEAGUE At Broad at. avnd Columbia, ave. Kraus Wallace, f Wexler.f Kamens.c Sw.erdlow,g Rosen. g Pearlsteln.e Axelrod.g Goldberg g Kotnman.g Cardoza Reds G F. P. G. F 2 2 6 Shulman.f 1 3 0 6 De enberg.f 1 4 0 8 Piatt. f 2 0 0 0 E. Wynne. c 1 6 2 14 Margolls.g 1 3 1 7 K. Wynne. g 3 10 2 Rosenberg. g 2 0 0 0 Sobol.g 4 5 3 13 1 1 0 0 0 2 4 10 0 4 4 12 Totals Halftime: Cardoza Whites G. F Polsky.f Lltman.f Lazar.c Friedman, g Bellla.g 24 8 56 Totals 15 10 40 Kraus, 29-20. T .....I. P. G. F.P, 1 7 Borowsky.f 1 0 3 9 B. Brody.I 3 2 0 6 Bricklln.c 3 0 0 4 Miller. g 0 0 3 11 E. Brgdy.g 1 1 Talus, g 3 0 3 3 3 2 4 Totals 15 7 37 Halftime: Cardoza Whitss Ludwi? G. Gecker.f 5 Stein, f 10 Rohinowllz.C 2 A. Ingerman,g3 Nahan.g Carlin.g Totals Halftime: Zola Sherwln.f L. Caries, f H. t ades.f Cutljr.c Weiner.g J. Pftrbcr.g Totals Halftime: Totals 11 3 20-14. Branders F. P. G. r 2 12 Weisboard.f 2 4 24 Pressman, f 7 0 4 Markowitz.c 2 4 10 Felnsteln.g 5 0 2 Cohen. g 5 3 9 Wise.g 3 P. 0 1 6 0 10 0 10 2 8 4 9 57 24 13 61 Totals Ladwig, 30-29. Mastbaum G. F. P. G. F. 2 3 7 O. Sll'man.t 0 0 0 0 Brudlro.f 4 0 0 0 Elfman.c 5 0 3 3 M Sil'an.g 2 3 2 8 I.SHerman.g 3 5 0 10 P. 1 3 1 1 1 0 1 10 8 28 Totals Mastbaum, 21-10. 14 6 34 SCHUYLKILL NAVY LEAGUE At Boat House Row P.C. .429 .'Jrtfi .143 .000 Ab- ZEIV10 TRY W-WHEY IN SLUGGISHNESS DOES MORE than just taxation. Beuu W-WHEY, arrived from buttermilk pla&ma, act ually combats excess 1 ood decay putreftxt on); promotes better colonic hygiene, i a good n turai source of better assimilated cal rium tth natural minerals essential to proper nerve, bona and titue functions). Thousands hve stopped "doins an i are now uunt W-WHEY. A pleasant i'RO- TECTIV'L food, not a self -medicati n. it i rood for th. whole family Try WAV HEY tor a while. 14-oz. Pkps. 1.00; 32oi. Pkf. 2.C0 Bv Mail 10c Extra L lne IHiSW 25 N. 10th Sl Pfc.la. 7. Pa. WA 2 3480 SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Tuesday Nurtheist B. C. vs. Brdes-buru. Oxford Pioneors vs. Wlssinoming. Wt-dni-sday Taw.inda vs. Ditman. Northeast Blues vs. Northeast Scholastics, at HriORe and Garden at. SOUTH PHILA. LEAGUE P.C. W. L. .917 40th W'd 4 7 .'.) Mitrhfll .ri H .H1H pnly P't 4 9 ,t,'f2 Clover C. 2 ! .i;7 KiK hc P. 2 10 .hoo liuixet P. 2 U .500 SCHEDULE KOK. WEEK Tonight -40th Ward vs. Clover Cllpoers, Hie.-n McCnn kr n vs. Rinhe Post. Polly Pii-t . Irish War Vets., at 20th and lil,nsl..n sts W"dnesdav 4l)th Ward v, Poilv Pout. De.Sit)lii vs. Hope, at 3.V1 and Wharton sis Ft idav I Ioie vs. Mill hell. P.iKson vs. Taeony, Hornet vs, Naultv. at 'joth and .lohnton sts. Sunday Eour Karnes at 20th Bnd Johnston sts.. 1 P. M. ARIMiTON TOWNSHIP LEAGUE Klnsl First Half W L. P.C. W. L. fKerl.K.k 7 0 l.ooo Wil. Gro. 3 4 t;iens.lde 6 1 .h.7 N. Hills 2 5 AOinidnn S 2 .714 St. Luke 1 6 KoMvn 3 4 .420 Weldon O 7 SCHEDULE EOFl WEEK Games Wednesday and Thuisday at melon Mixn x:nooi. I'HILA. SI BIRBAV GIRLS' LEAGUE W. L. P.C. W. L. P C. Ardmore 2 0 l.f0 Kend'k All .50O Ursinus. 2 0 l.tsjo Kend'k B 0 2 .OOO Owlettes 1 1 .500 Wa. Loral 0 2 .000 Kendru k B vs. Ursinus. at Ridge ave. and Pennwiale St.. 7.30 P. M. SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Toninlit Kendrtck A vs Warehouse Lo ral. Owlet tea vs. Ardmore. Thursday hTI OENT NURSES' LEAGUE W. I.. P C. W. L. Woman's 4 0 l.ooo Presby'an 1 2 Temple 4 A .Hoo Hahne'nn 1 3 Phlla Gen. 3 l ,7ri0 Penna. 1 3 Einhcopal 2 2 ,5oo Ablngton 1 4 Lankenau 2 2 .5UJ SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Tonich! Pennsylvania vs. Lankenau. Woman's Hospital vs. Presbyterian at loth st. and Allegheny ave., 8 P. M. OLDER BOYS' TOURNEY SCHEDULE FOR WEEK Tonieht Central Y Older Bovs vs. Tri-ancle H. C, Tnlmont A. C. vs. Y radon Warrlois, at 19th and Lombard sts.; Carlell Clioiu-ia va. Akron A. C, ItanRers vs. St Rita, at TtO-14 Summer St.; Monaer vs. Pearson. Paradise Cubs vs. Clymer C ('., at 1 iir. Omen .sts.; St. Stanislaus vs. Wie-mari thinners, North Philaileloliia Stars vs. Hurraneer Juniors, at Glrard ave. eavt of h :rii st : Delmar J. V . vs. Wallace A. C. Mt. Olivet B. C. vs. Trianele C. C, Kensington R. A. C. vs. Mohawks, at I'lth and Itmhard sts. Tuesday Cahill Explorers ys. West Uranrh Y. Chadmoie A C vs. Oi toles, at fii'.i Catharine at,: Spartans vs. Tanmy Sp.'iirows, Abbottsford Juniors vs. Hustinrs Juniors, at Girard ave. east of V rout st ; lterrtm Juniors vs. Northeast Wantois. WVst Biarii-h Int. vs. lipan El i In s, at 1 'tli and Shunk sts. Wednesday -M-H.se A. C. vs. Iiwer Mayfair, Harn-on vs. 'lacker A. C , at tilil Catharine St.; cuppers H. C. vs. Ixust A C., Floaters vs St. Timothy c. C, at 541 Summer St.; Valrnar vs. Abbottsfonl Seniors. Whiz Kids vs Upper Darby Gunners, at 105 Queeen st. VesDer G. Knecht.f 2 C.M'Int're.f 3 Kellv.f 2 .I.M'Infre.c 2 P.S'd'rm'n.K 4 W.S'd'm'n.R 1 W.Nevllle.R 2 Crescent F. P. 4 8 T.M'Cr'sh.f 0 6 O'D'h'ty.f 1 5 Jones. c 1 5 H'ders'n.R 3 11 Houghey.g 2 4 Daly.g 0 4 Totals 16 11 43 Totals Halftime Vesper. 18-7. Penn Barge Rlre.f D'mann.f NeiKert.e M'HuKh.g Naftl.R It vin.g F. P. Penn A. C. 6 M'Ginty.f 4 Dowd.f 20 J M'C'thv.f 1 Heaney.f 2 Lyons, c 5 D'Kh'tv.r Bannon.g W.M'c'tliy.K Totals Hnlftime- 14 10 38 Totals -Tie, 20-20. G. F. P. 10 2 113 10 2 4 2 10 Oil 10 2 8 4 20 G. F. P. 0 2 2 Oil 2 1 !S 2 0 4 2 1 5 5 2 12 2 0 4 2 0 4 IS 7 37 1NTEK-KK ETERNITY LEAGUE At Mercantile Hall Omega Ra ppa G Harris f Schenck.f Monroe. c Bayne.it; Weeks. T Jenkins, f Totals Halftime: 5 17 2 o 0 30 F. P. 1 11 Holland.! 3 37 Arcoe.f 0 4 Jefferson.c 2 6 Hunter, 0 0 Gibbons, g 3 23 Orton.g Victor Opposes Condenser Five Victor A. A. will be out to build up its advantage as leader in the Industrial Division of the Camden City Basketball League tonight when it opposes Radio Condenser at 8.15 o'clock in the nleihtcap of two games at the Camden Y.M.C.A. The Paulsboro Red Horsemen and Campbell Soup clash at 7 o'clock in the same division. In the Open bracket, Y.M.C-A. will attempt to gain on idle Chap man s, the pacesetter, when it tangles with Westfield A. C. at 9 o'clock at Veterans Memorial gymnasium. GLOUCESTER AT 13TII WARD The second half campaign in the Garden State Basketball League will start tomorrow night when champion Gloucester City Memorial A. A. treks to Bonsall School to encounter 13th Ward, a second first-half contender. The rush is on for signing new players. Midnight, FA. 25, is the deadline for new contracts. The Moose League offers a single attraction tonight. Whitman Park and Morgan clash at H. B. Wilson School at 8 o'clock. Villanova's Lord Increases Scoring Lead, Averages 78.5 By KEN HAY The district basketball scoring spotlight shone ever brighter on Villanova College's Joe Lord last week as the former Norristown High School star poured 45 points through the Main Line baskets during the Wildcats' 77-55 conquest of Kings Point Wednesday night. Lord hiked his game average from 16.4 points to 18.5 while increasing his field goals to 119 and his foul conversions to 53. His 29o point total represents a 68- aSK" RELIEF OF PAIN of headache, cold's miseries. neuralRia. monthly functional periods. Only 33c for 100. What a bargain! Demand St. Joseph aspirin S HANK GREENBERG Former Detroit Tigers' slugging star who was traded to Pittsburgh Pirates, Jan. 18, revealed yesterday he was considering retiring for coming season. 3reenberg Says He May Retire By JOE REICHLER Continued From First Sports Page Gimbel of the department store family, revealed he had written to Walter O. Briggs, owner of the Tigers, asking to be considered for the position of general manager. Briggs denied receiving the letter requesting the job, which was given to Billy Evans, former president of the Southern Association. Both Greenberg and McKinney wanted it understood that Green berg had no objection to playing with the Pirates or in the National League. Whether Greenberg ever dons an other baseball uniform or not, he will go down in baseball history as one of the greatest sluggers of all time. Before he was waived out of the American League on Jan. 18, the former Army Air Force captain pounded out 311 home runs in his major league career, five in World Series competition. He started with the Tigers in 1933 as a first baseman. but in 1940 Del Baker, then manager, caused something of a sensation when he switched him to the outfield. MISSED RUTH MARK BY 2 He had his greatest home run year in 1938. when he cracked out 58, only two short of Babe Ruth's major league record. He also led tne American League in home runs in 1940 and 1946 and was tied with Jimmy Foxx for the lead in 1936. He paced the loop in runs-batted-in in 1935, '37, 40 and "46. Greenberg's most dramatic home run came in the final day of the 1945 season, with the bases full to give the Tigers the pennant. He banged out two round trippers in the ensuing World Series to help the Bengals defeat the Chicago Cubs for the world title. He was voted the American League's most valuable player in 1935 and again in 1940. (irrrnhrrg's All-Tlmn ItM-ord r. riub Lea. G. AH. II. H.R l!):i0 Hartford E I.. 17 fid '2 iS.KI RalelKh i'.L. 122 112 l!Mi Detroit A L. 1 1 O V.m Kvans. 1 1.1. 12H 4H7 155 I'.I.Ml Hraumont T. I.. .'i 2 O lacj lir.-iumont T.U l.vi r(m 17.1 A.I.. 117 4 l.!; A.L. lri.'t S!t;t 201 isa ii 2o: Blum Selected For Olympic Team ST. PAUL, Minn., Feb. 9 (AP). The United States speed skating team for the 1948 Olympics was completed today when Ray Blum, Nut-ley, N. J., won the 10,000-meter trial in 20 minutes, 37.2 seconds, and three other skaters who failed to win qualifying races were named to the team by the final tryout committee. At the completion of today's race, the final tryout committee selected Ken Bartholomew and Art Seaman, of Minneapolis, and Buddy Solem, of Chicago, for the Olympics squad on the basis of their performances. The four chosen today joined Bob Fitzgerald and John Werket. both of Minneapolis; Ken Henry, of Chicago, and Del Lamb, of Milwaukee, all of whom won places earlier In the week. point advantage over Bobby Walters, LaSalle luminary. Drexel's Julius Schwab and Hal Kollar effected the only changes in the leaders. Schwab tied Walters for fifth in average and Kollar took over fifth in fouls. Trailing Lord among the top five in average scoring are George Moore, Ursinus (14.2); Kollar (13.8); Francis (Chink) Crossin, Penn (13.4), and Walters and Schwab (12.7). Besides his second spot in total scoring, Walters is second also in field goals. 91, and fouls, 43. Bob McCann, LaSalle, ranks third in field goals, 76, but was unable to break his point total tie with teammate Larry Foust at 179. INDIVIDUAL SCORING IttVMlLUs COLLEGE BASKETBALL Mliml.K ATLANTIC (IIMKItl:N(K NOKTIIKKN imiSION Hilrkiii-ll 4H 4.'ttytHirg; 4ti Laravrtt). 4U Mulilrnli.Tit H2 lstf:k.n AlbriKtlt 87 SOI TIIKKN Irrxpl 10 Oriawarr 4 SOI THWKSTKKN T. '. I'. JM ArUj&iiMn AH G. Fe. Fi. Pis. ii ll'l Unbeaten Hallman Leads in Tourney Still unbeaten after six matches, Harry Hallman, Kensington ace, leads the Class A championship pocket billiards tourney at Longo's Academy, 5th and South sts., but Armand Pirollo, South Philadelphia, is right at his hacls with 6-1. Phil Gallagher, North Philadelphia, in third place with 5-2, holds the tourney high run, 48. STANDINGS W. L. H.K. W. U H.R. Hallman 6 0 41 Plsano 4 4 12 Pirollo 0 1 1H Knssav 3 5 'jr GnllnKhr-r 5 2 'IS Diamond 3 6 X BloomrielU S 2 :io Trcii hel 2 5 .17 Mt-ade 4 a ;U Bovlno 2 7 21 Dean 4 4 42 Kr-vlin 1 6 29 THIS WEEK'S SaiKUUI.E: Tonlcht TrnicliH vs. Ilovino. TursrlHV Kevlin vs. UUimnnd. Witlnemlav flallman vs. Tielchel. Thursday Gnllnohcr vs. Dean. Friday HhnimfiMd vs. Meaae. Saturday Kossay vs. Plsano. Lord. Villanova Mo-tie. l:rsinus .i 24 Kollar. Drexcl 12 lil Grossin. Penn 32 KS Wallers, I,a Salle 18 J1 Schwab. Dicxi'l J2 H4 Anderson. Pharmacy S :-H C'olhiTji. Penn 12 fr Durholnici , Textile 4 1H Keynk. Pharn acy 7 :H Tllenler, Ursinus r 2rS Diamond. Textile ti .'it Kellly, Swnrthniore 111 45 Kennedy, llaveitoid 7 :it lievnolds, W. Chester 9 .17 Jefferson Ph.irm.icy H S.i Carlson, Penn 12 "2 Lerner. Temple 34 X S.ivder. Ursinus T Hi McCann. I-a Salle IS 7tf Foust, La Salle 18 7o Butz. St. Joseph's 12 41 Fausnaunh. S'lhmoe 30 4:1 1' Quay. West Chester 7 20 11 (ope. Swarthmore 9 :iK i Forsythe. I rsmus 5 3H Gallagher. P.M.C. 8 28 10 Wiley, P. M. C. 9 M 'i Wi'lteomh, Haverford 7 21 Hi Jovre. Temple 14 .'18 :i 312 Crollus. Hiivctford H 1 2D 4H Dll.lek. St Joseph's 17 48 Savclmk, Drexel 12 40 Itaillsnv. St., Joseph's 17 fCi O'llalloinii. St Jos. 17 -1 t SiiKarmiiii. Textile 5 11 Slump, West Chester 8 27 Pohh, Temple 31 37 PoM llhi l Tevllle lo Woir. Villanova In 4: Gratz. Pharmi:.'V S 1.1 DeStef i no. Diexel 11 ;in Kicca. Villanova 2ti :l HiKKlns. Swarthmoro 30 28 Gallak'her. La Sallo IS 48 Halkrn, Villanova Iri 42 Klane. P.M.C. 9 21 C.reenl)er. I-a Salle 18 44 Garv. Swarthmoie 9 2. Goldberg, W. Chester B 12 f8 296 2i 7 1 44 3 rib' 31 1K1 IK 228 21 ir.2 22 98 :t4 M i 11 47 8 80 7 ."7 7 9 21 lit .12 74 21 9S lfi 81 17 121 28 3 1U 18 : 17 179 19 379 21 119 98 69 78 42 ;s 7rt !SS l.'S 127 127 ;i7 .vr 99 111 :4 74 3i:i 1 37 31.1 3.1 97 12 M 2D 1 iS 4 .VI 12 Mi 7 2? 21 8 It 7 Av. IS.ft 1 1 2 l.i.8 1.1.4 12. 12.7 12. a 12.li 11.7 11.4 11.4 11. a ill 10 b 10 . Ill 1 111.1 10.11 10 II 9.9 9 9 9.9 9.8 9. 8.7 8.4 8.4 8.4 s. a 8 II H II 7 7 7 7 n V.-7.1 7 I 7, IS H I. 8 1 8 1 HI 6X TK.AM 8COKINO r. p 0 14 2 10 1 ft 5 17 0 8 0 2 3 9 81 Totals Kappa. 3.1-ai. 24 8 56 rllll.AltU.I'MIA CATHOLIC IK AC IE At 6tt(h Mt. and hester Ave. Most Blessed Sac. St. Francis Xavler PC .a: .2W .250 .200 nf-' W (ill Young, r Houlihan,! Murray, c Carney, g Shaus?nn'y.g Mcllnenny.g iMcoinms.K Johnson. g Mullin.g Ilennessy.g Totals F. P. 2 8 Sharkev.f 1 3 Zaharchuk.f 1 1 Stewart. c 1 15 Muldoon.g 1 7 Cun'gham.R 0 0 Red fern, g 0 8 Fltzglhb's.g 0 14 Klnsey.g 0 4 Kaphone.g 1 3 F. P. 2 6 28 7 63 Totals 18 8 44 Hairtlme: Most Blessed Sacrament, 25-17. Get quiik relief with GLYCERINE-! lu Pine Bros, cover your dry, irritated throat with a moist, soothing film of glycerine, bringing quick cough relief. They won't upset your stomach. 14 1 Hayes Advances In State Squash Norman Hayes, Philadelphia Cricket Club, advanced to the sec ond round oi the Pennsylvania State Class A squash racquets champion ship by eliminating George S. Smith, Racquet Club, 15-10, 13-15, 15-9, 15-9, yesterday at the Merion Cricket Club. Joseph Devlin, German town Cricket Club, won by default from Ed Hammer, Philadelphia Cricket Club, who had to leave town on a business trip. Matches will get under way in earnest tonight with eight to be played. IIIDAY S MATCHES S.2l P. M.. Dave Watts, Merion Cricket, vs. tieorge Austin, Geimantown Cricket: Jack Campbell, lier-mantown frlcktl. vs. Jim I'lndle, Merlon t rieket : Ted rlel, Cynwyd. vs. Dave Town send, University of Pennsylvania: S.fiO P M., Cy Pulley. Merlon Cricket, vs. Joseph Devlin. Ormnntown Cricket: S. H. Wheeler, Merlon Cricket, vs. Cy Manley-power, Phila delphia (Ticket ; John Hill. Cynwyd, vs Stanley W. Pearson, Jr., Merlon Crlrket ii 20 P. M.. Don Strarhan. Merlon Crlrket vs. George Fraker, Merion Cricket: Horace Hill. Merion Cricket, vs. John Fetcher, Merion cricket. Bosler Beats Tindle In B Squash Final Lester C. Bosler, Jr., of the home club, won the Pennsylvania State Class B squash racquets singles championship yesterday by defeating James K. Tindle. 15-11, 15-12 15-11, in the final at Germantown Cricket Club. Tindle, Merion Cricket, was out matched in 30 minutes of play by Bosler's change of pace, corner placements and dropshots. Bosler was seeded third In the original fiela of 32. 19.'ta Detroit 19.11 Detroit Pitt Detroit 19,'IH Detroit 39.17 Detroit 39:18 Detroit 1939 Detroit l4l) Detroit 3941 Detioit. 194:" Detroit 1946 Detroit lf.14 Detroit 19.15 Detroit Ml) Detroit 194. DetroP A A.L. A.L. A.L. A.L. A.L. A.L. A.L. A L. World A L. A L. A.L. A.L. 12 46 16 3.")1 fW4 21 Hi lr5 ,'ir6 175 3 as u) 3" 148 573 19.i 39 67 3 8 78 270 84 112 523 14f Series 7 28 9 2 6 1 7" 28 30 7 23 7 39 (I IT. 0 3" 12 2ii 36 1 41) r8 33 i41 2 13 44 1 1 1 2- Pet .214 .314 .(KHI .318 .mm .211 .301 .339 .328 .348 ,:37 .31.1 .312 .340 .26') .311 .277 .321 .147 .3;-)7 .304 Helen Doersch Leads In Women's Bowling Helen Doersch, 750. Frances Har ris, 754, and Helen Vogt, 735, out-scored eight rivals in four games to survive the second round eliminations of an individual tournament iponsored by the Women's international Bowling Congress, at the C'jth Street alleys. The survivors meet Sunday at Murgie's Playdium in a four-game best total test with the finalist qualifying against 11 other divisional winners at Grand Itapids, Mich., In a six-games total pins championship on April 10. Helen Doersch Mrs. Harris Helen Vogt Mary Snyder Edna Ericson Mary Cappo Ann Knrrer Helen Eddy Viola Nei Marie Barthels Catharine Foley 177 209 200 173759 168 3 81 197 2(18754 380 185 225 145735 101 350 199 3SH 698 176 175 368 376fi95 177 155 386 l684 397 176 347 347 V7 351 137 354 369 631 169 ISO 111) 357 626 126 176 159 361622 138 145 139 17t 598 t Sporfs Ile.stilts Continued From First Sports Pape AMERICAN' Buffalo 8 Ilersliev .1 IndlttnnpnlU It .New Haven 3 W. I.. Hershey 2 1(1 ew II n IK 26 Su'cHeld 17 2 IToihl'rrlfl 24 I'hll'lphla. 4 42 Segura Beats Falkenburg To Win Coast Net Title LA JOLLA, Calif., Feb. 9 ( AP) . I rancisco (Pancho) Segura, Ecuador, defeated Tom Falkenburg, Hollywood, 6-4, 6-1, to win the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club tennis tournament today. Pauline Betz, Los Angeles, was leading Dorothy Bundy Cheney, Santa Monica, 3-2, in the first set for the women's title when the rain storm intervened. LKK.IK I'hlla. Korkels 3 . I'rotMcure .'I . , Cleveland 6 St. 1 .011 Is 1 STANDINGS T. H. W. I.. T. P. 7 I le'laml 31 12 (1 7 42 Inriian'is 2ft 13 13 dl 7 41 Buffalo 27 14 8 Hi 41 Pittsb'Kh 27 15 7 fit 5 13 M.. I.onls 12 25 12 36 SOCCER A.MEHK A.N I.KAGI.'R I'tilln. Nat'ls (Mitpuned) Rriklyn llispann Htillltnore Americans 4 . . . . Kroolihattan X All other Raines postponed. STANDINGS Wd I.. I'. W. I.. P. Phlla. Amers. 13 1 27 Phlla. NatTs 6 1 15 HriMik. Wand. 9 4 23 Brook. Hlsp. 6 S 14 Hallo. Amer. 8 5 18 N. Y. Amer. 6 9 14 Kearny Oils 6 5 17 Rrookhattan 3 1111 Kearny Scots 6 6 17 Balto. S. C. 3 10 7 ItRF.Xri. 74 Naval Hose Ml Ursinus 37 Delaware 57 Swart hmoce 44 Stevens 50 Prook CoU r6 LehU-h 55 P. M. C. 57 Alumni 51 J. Honklns 58 F. & M. 70 Haverford 659 HAVERFORD 52 Klizabeth'n 29 Stevens 40 K & M. 46 Ursinus 53 Delnwara 48 P M C. 51 Drexel 319 USAI.IC 76 Boston C. 69 Lock Haven 71 Iivola 42 Seton Hall 82 Scranton 67 Gettvshurg 49 Alumni 41 Utah 44 Muhlenbersr 56 Penn i.'i N. Carolina 65 AlhriKht 74 Milli'isvills 73 Tenipie )5 p.M.t:. 59 Lovola 68 Catholic It. 48 St. Joseph's 11 17 PENN 53 S wa rthmore 48 Yale 73 W A M 5t Miihlenbere 68 IjiSillle 67 Yale 52 St. Joseph's 53 Dartmouth 60 Gettysburg 44 Cornell 61 Army 37 Cornell 669 PH ARM ACT 4i Klizabeth'n 40 Swarthmore 48 N. J. Phar. 66 Textile 50 Glassboro T. 33 W l hester 40 KlnKS 65 N. J. rhnrm. 388 st. josErii's 61 Lock Haven 611 Idaho 88 Wash Coll. 49 Nrvad.t 41 Albright 36 Arkansas 18 U. C. L. A. 52 Utah Slatn 54 Cathohe II. 62 C. C. N. Y. 5ii Penn 69 R. I. State 66 Catholic U . 50 W. Kent 73 Flizjihethtown 55 St. John's 45 1 Salle P. M. C. 46 Moravian 53 Textile 28 iwarthmor 41 I'rslntis 45 liaveiford 50 Moravian 45 Drexel 20 La Salle 63 Delaware 46 6(1 38 5"i 52 54 71) 45 41 45 61 391 51 CRSINIS 60 Drexel 621 48 Haverford 78 P. M. C. 51 Swarthmora 52 F. and M. l VISION Seranton 41 III IMOV Haverford fll I'. VI. . 3 ONEEKI-.Nf E Klr Ml Illyler 57 s. M. I . M NEW APPROVED 1947 OIL BURNERS AT 1940 PRICES So nl - V"'''3 taslasVaUaa Hookas f.ANII.KN I I I l Ol.l.l I.IA1 K I 111,1 I ornell 42 , I'enn n Hariard SO I'rlneeton 40 hST t.RS CONFKICKNC K Mlrldxan .Ml Ohio Stal 3 Northwestern 54 I'nrtliirt B.l Illinois 45 lima 36 VUsroniln 60 Minnesota 51 OTIIF.lt GAMKS Temple 38 IVnn Slat 37 Army 48 Vale 4:1 Navy HI Kiilifrr 4H Trenton T. 82 .. Kutttown T. 48 nlon Ihv.l I PostlMineft I MilliifMn iTfitn 1 Morican State. 57 Lincoln I . 44 Huena Vista . . xilponed . . I pper loua liras .... posttHincd i .... amp Mrtov N . 4 arollna S. 52 4 hanip.ain HO . . Minnesota R. 83 , Charleston I . 57 San Antonio A. C. l emple 38 Tennessee 62 ... Klrluiiond 611 . . . Maryvllle lenn.) KliHiinstiiirir 61 VV. M. :n Colltnle H7 tin I fall. State .11 I larlon i I'a. ) T. e Miami ( t- In 61 Susquehlkiina 6U . nraotey r. n:t Westminster 73 . erniout 56 4. Hopkins 41. .. . Marslnsn 62 Hampden Institute 4.1 larkson 41 Rochester i. . 411 Illinois H. Al 70 . . . Trill. A. M A It. Al I'enn Male 31 I.corgta :t I V. M. I. At T. 56 K. Tennessee T. 4 ...... . Shi ppceftlHirg 46 4.. WUHliloitton 31 St. I.awrem-e 46 t-rcilonin Mate a I I . California i I'a. I T. 57 .... rrliirlilit Sotitlirrn 4:t Lilalii llili.wn 411 Detroit 47 Thlel 53 SprlliurlHi! 41) . . . . WashlnKton I .Mit.l 42 Imlstllle 55 IV. Vlrclnla Tech 72 West Liberty 46 FUNERAL DIRECTOR 3316 N. BROAD ST. SIVIN Alt CON0ITION13 SAtlCtS ItlVAT0 AND 0CAN UIVICI 135 IltVII MAtDWOOO CASKIT IININO AND PIUOW HIAtSI MAITI4HS ONI IIMOUHNI HANDtf S OUTHDf CAI INOHAVEO PLAT! fSISIIVATlOM BLANKET- OtJJSiNG CN0 ADDED CHARGE FOR OUR sEKVICtS SUIURIM CalTj1 fliri 9'ss ar Ftiurii Enit I A0OIII0SA1. CHRCl ft GHNIkta fclAli rou covasson ii iHvnio call SAgamore 2-2667 THEM'S NO OSIICATION : 5.1 30 ;) ',289 51 4 7 78 48 6a 55 95 64 568 50 46 41 55 51 61) 45 70 393 243 SWAKTHMORIS 41 36 46 56 36 575 86 Textile i2 Pharmacy 31 I'enn 61 K. & M. 56 Delaware 42 Aimv 73 P. M. C 55 Drexel 55 Ursinus 51 Delaware Amateur SOCCER NATIONAL 4H-K.V rl'P Kensington Quolt s post ihiiii iI ) Kcns'Ktn ICE HOCKEY EASTERN I.L AO I K N'er York 3 Baltimore Boston 11 Washington B.B, TKMPI.F. 31 Muhlenbere 34 Okla. A. & 47 Colorndo 54 S. 4 'a nr. 51 WvominE 55 Hrl. Young 16 I'enn State 56 Duke 50 St. John's 49 Syracuse 58 Muhlenberg 71 La Salle 48 W. Vlrumla ... 38 Penn Stale 34 45,1 TKXTII.F. 28 Swarthmoie 40 Pharmacy 41 P M. C. 64 Naval Hosp. 37 Penn J. V 28 40 5.1 l 20 43 28 57 51 43 403 51 59 68 62 62 32 71 20 49 33 45 843 M 6 57 56 52 56 72 53 38 3-1 43 40 68 41 57 62 59 61 43 5-1 73 8i 37 762 86 66 5.1 6.3 59 Morris Harvey 73 Loyola i Halt. I 69 Id. Chester 67 Korilham (16 S. 4 HrnlliiK 7:1 W . IrKliiia A Illlquestie AM . IChoite Islaoil S. H7 . . . . Illlih Point A4 Newark of Kill :rra 111 Indiana S. T. 73 . . . . Wayeoilnirc AH . . . 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I ortland S.T. 78. bn k Haven (ra.lsi.T. 41 Wallah 37 Franklin 311 Indiana S 73 S. Illinois 4H m MM the W is one of the mort than 200 colleges now using INSTON DICTIONARY This modern authority is the choicn tif everyone who wants complete, direct definitions found esuly. No run-round cross reference. AT YOUR BOOK STORE 965 40 46 50 48 33 63 52 59 41 56 34 AH 462 48 802 803 WIST CHFSTKIt 57 Moravian 43 Mlllelsvllle 26 IH.'k Haven liO SI roiidsbiii if 711 Phaimaev 57 PliMimshurif 42 Iirk Haven 66 Delaware 41 Millersville 60 55 54 4H 33 41) 49 49 38 426 fNNER TUBES mtny 6mt loer tHss Jw 4. S9r rtm iwhIm, t4 M4 cq,r sn IS. td to prformnc. i r llfl tlMV'l Akassassl A s. . avik ' a.m. - .1 . . . J Mcvuir wnn uUKNtll TIRES FOft REAL DRIVING PLhAltjftb 1 cnmcM&&nL Ursinus 5 J LaSalle 14 4 St. Joseph's 12 5 Swarthmore 7 3 Penn 8 4 Villanova 10 6 W. Chester 5 4 TF.A.M COMPARISON W. L. Pet. VV. I.. 6 83.1 Diexel . 78 Temple .706 Pharmacy .7110 Textile .667 Haverford .625 P. M. C. .556 0 8 2 6 1 5 1 6 1 8 .111 Pet .5011 .429 .250 .167 .143 Service BASKETBALL Iowa Seahawks 05 . .. .Memphis N'ATTC 51 Cleveland Will Outlaw Gambling, Mayor Says CLEVELAND, Feb. 9 (AP). Mayor Thomas A. Burke today assured Bill Veeck, president of the Cleveland Indians, that the city "will legislate out gambling and bribery in sporting events" at the city's Huge : Lakelront stadium. Mr BLENDED WHISKEY IN TUNE WITH THE TIMES SINCE 1861 8S PROOF 75 GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS INITEO DISTILLERS (OF AMERICA) LTD.. BALTIMORE, Ml. ml fit fi 1 LI (lhen cold iht day, and while iht Uieut In Bogys yaraje, the air turns blutj rVe'd save himself from ridicule Cad 3et cjuick starts with DYNAFUEL! mum iiULLI V 1 ewr-TTk crm nrrrn im cr.s a

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