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P«g* C-2-INOEPENDENT ta«« I HO. Can, MM. Axil't I HI DAVE DeBUSSCHERE Chlsox OK Basketball DeHUSSCIIERE .SIGNS PACT WITH CIIISOX DETROIT (UPI) --Dave Dcliussclicrc. one of the must heralded basketball players and baseball pilch- rrs In Univrrslly of Detroit annals, Sunday signed a major league baseball contract with the C h i c a g o White Sox for an undisclosed bonus and salary. DcBusschere, 21, m e t with White Sox general manager Ed Short and signed the pact which will permit him to play professional basketball as well as baseball. DcBusschere will join the Chisox in a week and will play weekends and during Easter Vacation until he graduates In June. DODGERS (Continued from Page C-l) to make up Ills mind whether ti keep three catchers or to icscrve the extra spot for a pinch-hitting outfielder. Bobby I'rcscott. a ..'101 hit tcr with Hawaii in the I'CL last year, is the latest pinch- hitting candidate He walked and stoic home Saturday and singled as a pinch-hitler Sunday. · * t » STAN WILLIAMS worked nn his breaking stuff in the early innings, then went to his fast ball and turned in six impressive rounds against the . Indians Sunday. He had trouble only in the second inning \vhcn Uubba Phillips hit :i two-run homer, his first of the spring, and Ty Kline's Single drove in u third run ANGELS- (Continued From Page C-1) between baseball's premier broadcasters. The Angels sounded several flat note* Sunday while tun Ing up for today's final Palm Springs' game, but still emerged with a 10-0 victory over Dallas-Fort Worth. There were enough sharp performances to overcome the dissonant chords produced iy the pitching of Ryne Duren and Johnny James and an injury to Ken Hunt. « » * * DUREN, getting another chance to prove himself as a starter after a winter edict by Rigney placed him back in the bullpen, was racked for 10 hits and six runs in a prolonged five innings. "Sure 1 want to start," said Duren before the game. "The only time I pitched really well last year was as a starter. All I need is this one chance." Obviously, the flame will now be used only when the Angels' starting power fails. James, making his first appearance since snapping a nerve in his elbow two weeks ago, allowed five hits, two walks and three runs in three- plus innings on the hill. After loading the bases on two hits and a walk in the ninth, James was rushed to the showers as Art Fowler strode In to put out a rally which produced three runs and almost brought the Angels to bat in the bottom half of the final frame. THE R A N G E R S ripped Durcn, James and Fowler for 1C hits, but committed five errors which netted the Seraphs four unearned runs. Leon Wagner, hitting at a 3A1 average, ripped a three-run homer in the eighth and Joe Koppc belted u solo one in Ihe second. Second baseman Hilly Moran gave Marian Coughtry something to think about with three hits while ;outhpaw swingers Chuck Tanner and Tom Uurgcss con- inucd their surprising slugging. Each had two hits-Tanner raising his average to .423 and Burgess to .-142. Hunt, who has been plagued liy a mysterious injury to his right .shoulder which is ap- [larcntly more than the original diagnosis of a strained arm. uncorked his first long throw of the spring in the i r s l inning, immediately slumped to his knees in pain --Auocli'td Presi V/lrccteta JUNGLE JIM COLLARED Jungle Jim Loscutoff, the Celtics' "hatchet man" is restrained by Warrior during scuffle with Guy Rodgers who is blocked from view behind official. BB ROUNDUP , A \ Cubs on Hit Binges Bf Tke AllKUtHJ mu Itookic Dill Bryan hit a pair of homers and Dick Howscr stroked five consecutive hits as the Kansas City Athletics rapped out 22 hits--biggest offensive outburst of the exhibition season--and walloped Detroit 12-5, Sunday. jr.m The A's, who had plane trouble and didn't leivc for the Lakeland game until the morning, started early against the Tigers and laced Detroit starter Jim Dunning for IS hits in seven Innings. Hank Agulrre and Bob Dustal suf- 'ered the remainder of the assault R o c k y Colavito smacked ils fourth and fifth homer's 'or the. Tigers and Bill Bruton rontributed one circuit shot, iut it wasn't e n o u g h cs Detroit lost its fifth came in succession. ELSEWHERE* S*an Francisco defeated Boston 7-4 at Phoenix, the Chicago Cub 1 : lasted Milwaukee 1G-G at Mesa, St. Louis beat the New York Mets 7-4 in 10 innings at St. Petersburg, and the Chicago White Sox whipped Cincinnati 10-6 at Saratoga. The Philadelphia-Minnesota, Pittsburgh-Washington and Baltimore-New York Yankees games were canceled due to lin. Felipe Alou drove in four runs with his sixth anJ seventh h o m e r s - w h i l e Orlando Cepeda. 3-for-3, hit his sixth c i r c u i t shot as the Giants beat the Red Sox. The Cubs pounded Warren Spahn for 10 runs in six innings for an easy victory on . -_»0« 111 llt-1 t I . t» tM 111-- II 1 ind "·!· removed fiiiin the game. ! He will have X-rays laken today. Rigney is also considering X-rays for his pitch- .ing staff. Their performances v,,,.,,, rerraneu, in, | Mi««f n ,.2!l aB ai ns t the farm hands over the weekend were strictly negative. AB R H « A'ltll A B R H Gvinn.il 7 1 1 0 Yotl.:a 4 10 0 A Moran.ll 3 0 0 0 W Morart.Tfc 5 J 7 0 Botetpcro. M. y-errr Ta«ier II) antf Ro-nano. v: after a walk and a base hit bunt by pitcher Harry Latman. The DIMWITS also had a three-run inning against Uit- man, touched off when a Lat- inan pitch hit Williams in the IIJL'K ly Will.s, ,t triple by Gilliam and a single liy Moon gave the Dodgers the 4-3 edge in the fifth. _ After each side_iCQied_a run in the eighth, the Indians nicked rookie lefthander Nick \Villhlte for the winning mar- 'gin In the ninth. A bases-loaded sacrifice- lly by pinch-hitter Doc L'dwards produced the winning run. Ex D o d g e r Chuck Esscgian chased home the tying run with a single. · Dll AND DATA-- JaMar flttll a-Ml Ke«» Mtlrttft re*"**! *D'tv»ri r* ve " at Surdl* N fiM't Bueba'l Wn" £ ··' "*- Surdl* N fiM' t'er I* ime . R M-co 1 Gralam.to ruil.lt, rr,rt»trr».rl Ron.Jo t i l l Muro-n.11 4 0 1 1 Wern«r.i| 7 0 0 0 H*tl 4 1 7 0 Tanr»Ml i 7 I lela.lb 4 I I I Korr*it 4 1 1 7 A.er.lU 5 I ? J O.'.i 0 7 0 1 0 C B 1 0 1 0 0 0 J.TM D 1 0 0 0 t-o.'er D 0 0 0 1 S 7 7 0 4 7 3 I 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 1 3 0 1 I 7 Tg'a't 41 tut Ta'a'i 3110111 ·-Mrvoout lor Qjal'en. !·«: b-FI rd Cut ler Ggirn. S"n; c-- ifrtxfc ci,t Ijr pure*\ s»i; o--M l · lacrit ce t 1 * tsr ...111 111 Ml-f U I 111 in iji-ti u i C-- Cu!r«. CUrk, *t««ll. Anotts 7411. «- t*;i. A. Ma PCVA-nx-otn DP-- Kcprt A rt" ?. JMJ. I.OB-Ra"oer» 11, A«ce'l I. ?b-- Warnei. Waver, Tanner, Ro\t. MB--ICopDe, Gon- ooia, v.ao^er. iF-Leia. Burle. . . - . _o!a U-thytah. 5rhuiler. R.re. T--1 44. Alt--J.JJI and "" YCUTSl'erl. ·ert lor r*.e l.ril |.rre at ra^-n tt-r tro»d t.1 1.117 ·· ton lw I rr.., t»«te* I , . . bo'* . ·.Jtl · rew arxj far-* Ml no. pa r Sort' s' Cnmp la f rit bate a«« . . . L«*-rt«o tauC-t t r t l tr-i:nf a"« JeM Wimaae tft I/tea If *4»e'l Iri t tt'eri . . . Doaatrt "-! Buttd c'f t*ird . . . Ind *o fl »e»ei OI'H II «"d 0*1 CELTICS- (Continued From Papc C-l) off. "We were just standing there talking w h e n he swung," Draun said. Bob Cousy of the Celtics was knocked down a couple of times but he anil Paul Ari/in of the Warriors were n MLSA. Ari/. i/l'i -- If the Cliic.i^u Cull pitdiris h a \ c strong arms this season, it'll piobably be because they have strong legs. Cub pitching coach Goldic Holt said Sunday the Cub hurlcrs did .10 per cent more running this spring than last. "Our pitchers reported Feb. 17, a week later than last year," said the CO-ycar-old Hull. "Hut, because we had :ui accelerated running program. we have li.ul no sore THE PALMER METHOD HOW TO POSITION THE BAIL in positioning th« boll (or the driv* eon be ·oonQefous, If a player ploys the boll too for bock, at shown, he'll be terrpleJ to use a chopping dowraircie since he will feel iSe clubhesd must ytl boclt lo rjnunA level cfjidtly» A ball played too fcf forward (on Irx lorget side of ih* left tool) ri-J.1 riittinjcn llie upswing and limiting bocVjpin«t»id diilooee. Ihe safest place fcr you to ploy the boll (or a drive !s somewhnt between tht center of iKc stance «nd the left tnslep. You won't have to reach (or the boll, nor will It be necessary to chop down. You'll hire your best chance of eiecuting a full, free swing. 4-1 Steelsmith Falters in Playoii to Marr WILMINGTON. N.C. (UPI) -- Smooth swinging Dave i.Marr stroked a birdie on the i first hole of a sudden-death i playoff with Jerry Steelsmith 'Sunday lo win "the $20,000 Azalea Open golf tournament. The 27-year-old professional from Sun City, Ariz., fired a last-round 71. But Steelsmith pulled into the tie with a closing-round CS for a 2S1 total. Steelsmith, u 20 · year · uld redhead from Glcndale, was looking for his first tournament victory of the lour. The Azalea victory meant |$2,600 for Marr and SI,900 for the second-place winner. Stcelsmilh hit his drive on the c.Mra hole into the sandy rough. He powered out an iron and hit within :0 feet of the pin. Marr, who was straight down the middle, hit the pin on his chip shot and then dropped in a four-foot birdie putt for the victory. Steelsmith came tiff the course first. Marr needed a birdie to win and a par to tic on the ISth hole. His putt went about two feet past the hole and he dropped it in to tic for the lead. Mason Rudolph finished third, one- stroke back. WARREN SPAHN Whacked Hard coLAvrro altack. Ken Hubbs hammered a grand slim for the Cubs, his sixth spring homer. Hank Aaron hit No. 7 ft,r the Braves. THE CARDS, down 2-1 with two out in the ninth, tied it on RBI singles by Stan Musial and Curt Flood, then xvhipped the Mets when pinch hitler Retl Schoendienst knocked in Ihe tie-breaking run with a single in the 10th. A two-run double by Floyd Robinson and iriples by Al Smith and Joe Cunningham powered the White Sox to their win ovtr the Reds. * * * EXHIBITION BASEBALL At Laleiand. Fla: Kantai Clt» ___ -elreit . . V.ya't. f ' Ajv.rrt (71, Duital l) r«d Bro»n. V.P- att. IP-- Burwrta. HR--Brulon. Co'a- .10 17). Bryan III. At St. Pi!ertbvr0, Fla.: i. L...I . _ Jim in nil-MI i new Tart INI ... m m t*i o-- i u i neitiburn. Bauta III. Tetn (1C) arcl Olner: Jackson. Laor-e III. HOOK lid a"CI Coleman, c-»iMrg (101. v,P-Buia. CALIEiNTE KACK RESULTS FIK1T R«Cr-- Foil. 01 11 Full ralrridtr, Gonia'ci "r, WcCev, Prcerufl . Timf--:2i». No icra'cr*!. StCOND IACt-4 furlmt; Nobic Crtokr. GMton - ;.00 ......... » J tO S 3 40 S J « MMrOma, NINTH mcr-MUa an* ti r»r«i: i Ve" ----- ....... -- -- j t t ' t o Oa.e Marr 1IIS 71W 71 71-71 Jerry S'eel 41 WO 7}70794l~:i I V a r won tint place in onetoie ciavotl 1 aoamt 41 M«ion Vurlolon 11^0 11-71 «l 7J-JIJ Tctl B6I1 SI,100 - 7S4I774I--:I3 B.ll Ca«r Jr. tl.loa ?i7|.714»--:·-' 1DO U I or*, klrm S'ra-trtd-- Danotrewi lUjFantatto. Ol'iion -_. ... . . 340 7 .-0 J 370 Too 14011, Caballero . . 770 Time-- lijvi (new trark recara). Scratcrr»-- w.l'ynn. Turk i B'aje. 300 TINTH UACE-MIe: 340|So«ual lo-e, Htrrera.SUJ 1IC9 100 on H wont THUD *tct_4 fvrl,B«i- vmort s«n. tftt ra . . 4 :a Vend R'cvir, Caa!ir0 K . . . t, Var Count. Iron 2 11 llat.»e Ma-d. Tieioi . Tlrrt--lilO'i. Scratct-fd-A-nr Kl-.al. llatk Broom, \vmaik, Batti'PO Tena.i DAILY DDUIIC f«ID tIJ:i FOURTH RACt--4 fwrienii: Aeoean'l Price. V.nion. 4U 1M Jta Daner, O'Haion __ .... f to a 10 fleet Kobar, Cl'llcn . . . 3.40 FIFTH RACC-4 hrlantl- Dowbie Decher. v.h tt _ i eo 113 300 Oa^ond Mark. BaUikl . 7.73 4 CO ~irt«no Loune, Ve'aiQLir . 4C3 TIIT-^-- 1:1$^^ icratc^ed--JAr, Anorriar, Mr. Trriacriarl. SIXTH RACE--Mae: Count GIDAtl. Vlva-KO. 33 70 7 S3 4 23 Mr. paier. Treloi 340 7 W Kevitone FNilnt. Vtlatoucr . . . 2 40 Ti*«e--1:17. Srratcje4--!ain Lea. tEVENTH RACt-IH hrlann: Pacltlco. Treloi IS 00 143 500 r-ee Deer. BaiaiM 13ao 700 ihiunn, Avilei _ _ .»__ 3 to Tir»e-l-04 Srralc^·c^-Nuloo We. EIOHTH RACE-Mlta ·« 71 »ar«i: irl Club. Cloion . I) S f » a 00 *o-nlral Lin. Merrera 7.43 a 00 icna Joe, Peflerion . . 4 19 Tirr-e-- l:4l*i. $c^a»c^ed -- F o r t L«a. p.'cko Drvil N. M.. H D»Mr 0. Treloi . Tmt-l:M- HI Peal Pntrarn tllMll. Three , I wlmtn. U4.717W; Coniatation IU tKkill ffevr wmriers tlll-tl. ELEVENTH RACE-lfV nlles: Ho Ctllcl.CJ-i. Vlrtltru. 113 i ".3 ~ f. Llehl Jnd. VIvAnca . SOS 300 0' oarcjtr. Treiot . 743 Tine-l:O. Jcratcn«-Ijll»-| Pcttt, He't De'crmined. TWELFTH RACE-Ill niiei: General Hott. B«i4ill_!)»} IIO 410 urimipt Jack. Trelei .-- . 4 W 400 Givndon L.. Euiaria ,, ^. ,, . . 3 ;o Time--1:50-,. No tcratchct. OUINIELA PAID. Will .Sir Itiliot Gels Hot I'lay in I'uliirc Hook AGUA CALIENTC (UPI)-Sir RilKii got the sharpest support Sunday among the entries in the Calicnte Future in the Kentucliy Derby 734171-71--7t3 71 774I71-7M lin.w .. ii)^;)4i-:ts j \tli W ,, . 70-77-71-77--Tti e,m Maiweii I777.U 71*r«»74-- ?f Tommf Jacoet 17/7.30 74alal74-- :i Da.e RaoAr) IS73 . u 70-7074-70--;i. C.ary Pia,er tITO 4S^7ln M--7M BCD Poibcro IS7I _ .. 7971-77 71-7U ja»_ t'eoert l';o ... «»»«.7p4--7M j!n ixfe^^p^... " " " J £!ji_ifefc?S in Scnsalionul Alaniilos Work Miss Jet Deck, a 3-year-old bay mare just now coming into her own, had the stable area ;U Los Alnmitos Race Couric buzzing Sunday as a (result of a sizzling 18-second flat workout at 350 yards. Miss Jet Deck's swift clocking, turned in preparation for next Monday's opening day $5,000 Shoe Fly Stakes had been equalled only once be- -CcUVrril^'-mKJW-*!! l B'r,'n. hK«ff U « IM tM 11i-1l 11 I "!*' Hunt* HtflfV (4). R'imrvoo«rr 111 *^ sNMOn,. CrOtvjff (|)i Wvfiri, Hfrtfrl (I) «od Reiclll. \VP-Wynn, LP-- H^t. i At Pnoenn. Arlr.: i llttfl MI 111 Ml- 4 t 3 M rrMctu* . » I M I « 1 t i -- T f J Fcffiit'tl, Dckxk (7) *nd PAOMroni. M»rn*\«l. iVllff (D and Hjt'tr. WP-- Airtcful. LP--formed*. H8--C*Ptti«. F. ,$.·· ^'': : . _«.»««.-.., , ixcxe IN) in ill MI--ll » I eann. Heno-er (71. Bwtler (S) and 'orre. Roel (II! CarO.t'l. Andfrvjfl III, vp--Carff*e'l. LP--SeahiC HR--Banki, Al Acsitie Junction. Arlr.: " a CUT (AAl IMJ in |1-|| 11 l -OOtllllt-4 I 1 . _ ferrlcr SS73 ____ 47-71 reYKf CO«b S410 ____ 7!-ai- onmto-l S151 14 - 797477-71-JU _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - - - Bcs Ron Jr. 170144 --- 7m7»7*-J«0 Lionel MeOert llUt _____ 7*-7»71-7^ Joe Lcoei jr. Sl3 ~. __ 7|.7(-7J-JJ- 8 a. e H u 11 JO _____ (1717174--711 ene Lltner lia . . 7»4S7»-77-- Itl l-'i-iliiii}; Karls PieraaiNt Ljma'ietf-m ca»Mperi on 4 bo«, cautM 70 barracuda. IW bcnto. 73 cal.co ban, 441 rock cod. 1? cow cod, 32 flai'bur, 54 mliceilarteout. Pacific LIM4M-- 17» patflngert on boart rvtked I barracvda. 14 halibut. 112 calrco tail. 31 feonllo. 1?J mlictllaneovi. Gntfin, edvM (4). 'o«e (I) *nd LP-lnt». HR · *ltim*r» vi. Ntw Vtrk (*)- fore in a prc-meet al Los Alamitos; workout V.imly's Flash, being credited with similar drill just a week before he set the world record of 17.5 seconds for 350 yards on opening day of the I960 spring meeting. Miss Jet Deck, however, had to share some of the weekend glory with her bab brother, 2-year-old Jet Deck The biter turned in a sensational 18.2 second workout at the .150 yard distance to cs tablish himself as a top threat among juveniles. tfOOi May :·. Afiim (in has chopped Sir Kibot, \vlio ^cadily from .10 (Ul'l)-- Lewis Ilyman. I!), of ! " '·"' '" 'he last quotation of Wantagh, N. V., was reported in critical condition Sunday with a brain injury received in an accidenl «t Saturday 8-1. included a $2,000 straight wagir. Meanwhile, Ridan -- who too'\ the Floridi Derby on night's NCAA ,:yinnastics|Saturday--stayed steady as championship intut. I the ·»·! fauirite. about the only ants; "We always pair r«tf rm things like that," said Cousy. "We stand there and do nothing because we're both K* old for fighting." \n Objections '('rack Kccord Atil'A CALIilNin (UPI)-NII Objections won Sunday'.', * * " , , . iftJiurcil Diamond Handicap f l l E SIXTH game of this at Calicnte race track, but series shifts to Philadelphia Tuesday night nnd Ihe tixlh game of the Western Division will be played on the same ' night in Detroit between Ihe Lakers and Pistons. Ihe Lakers also lead, 3-2. i MIA I'la } off, ·«··*. lit, rrvta4e'B*'a IM ItMf a*"* KT40VMI the crowd got even a bigger thrill when Ncaroiru set a tratk ii-vord In winning the ninth race by a whopping 15 lengths. Niaioma's time for Ihe mile and 70 yjrds was 1:.VJ -t , r . Ibrejking tlic track mark i f | !l:40 1/5 set linr in I!».VS by! Slnmg It.ir. YOU fX5N'T NEED 70 St,\CK£ TO CNJOyREAL. TOBACCO. WTHIS COPENHAGEN. /AW/A. REAL TOBACCO TASTE. AMP IT GIVES YOU A MAN- SIZE TOBACCO UFT, TOO. DATED FOR FRESHNESS (opehhagen ^- S N i i t r e O TRY A PINCH OF REAL TOBACCO TASTE NOW IN LONG BEACH! . ici i» »--it n i "aJ?.! 01 "*"' ' ' Fender vs. Downes in Top Clash NEW .YORK (UPI) --Paul Pcridcr of Drookline, Mass., Is a 7-5 favorite to regain a share of the world middleweight title from England's Terry Downes in their scheduled 15-round bout at tha Boston Garden S a t u r d a y night. It will be the third meeting between these two 'former U.S. Marines and it will be televised nationally. Downes won the title, which is recognized only in Massachusetts, New York and Europe, when Pender'retirvd after the ninth round in their second fight in London last July. Six months earlier ;it Boston, Downes was knocked out in the seventh round by Pcndcr, who then was recog- n i r e i l as champion. The schedule: Fred Marr.novicft; at Lat cS-'ao^-CM^virle/^ ue Cheitnvi. !*ia-i» »l. Crrxlt Terrell i: At Ff-'atfe'onia -- Geo'se , Huoo'pft Bent. At Le» Aroe-e» -- Crva'n -in vi ona-.cw at la *ue-*». H. Smitfi. VVP-- Or Driver MtJIll .. M U M 37 4| Jee" O'Bnei _"-.. . - ..77 'Of LI*lttUII . . 37 lack William!. Jr. :S tutietl Vanet M* - .7 . i.h»rl« I'CL Results San 0 i» t, Bultalo (ILI 7. Omaha. |AA) 4, tnur.t 9. F»or»Hnd »l. Seatt'e. canctlied, ra ft. Salt Lake }, San Antonio IAA) 1. Hawaii 13. Ian JjieOvM Ol ei 4. El Pai» «tL aV Tarama 7. Tmvn*t!ii in Corveltr '· Wins CJA I'Valnrn Chuck Towsen of Gardena piloted his Corvette to a three- length victory In tho 40-lap CJA super-modified auto main event at Western Speedway Sunday. Grabbing the lead on the 20th lap, Townsen became the first driver to score a double this year. He now leads CJA's 19C2 point race. Mat traphf tfaifc--Tc*!»el. Cd Va i Cvl. JKk. Aultitl 419 (track retard), l-la» Mat ratel (·rtfiMrll-- Tin tit. Cork:nt!aie. M lin-e: Orvai Allen. JJ!«- Donm Harnton. J.i* 10; J4» Gait. 1:17 41 Itrack record). ( tt4a* leml^naift--Art Hatei, J m Cree-*- tiiii. McCorkiixlaie. j:14.» ltr»c« rece-oi. *·* mati»-- Townen. l»an Bjrrrr-i*-i, e Oiapman. Ctiuck Rebbini. B-' ! * lammi. A mi« ttctvt w vfil iin4Tr*4* STOCK MARKET L L E . C T U R E ·nrf* on -Me* e«t««M«rtii." 417 w -Canter, MM SanU r..;, A,rn l. r a r . wnter · liteTM Ate, Aaril I* cefflmumrv -IUUJU Dr.. UA. 'MHSHISSISH Tin* iimritt IrltUUITI SEALS REPLACED 29" l " l "«'» stals. lab«r and 901- keti Incept T-IIrd a»d lineal* CoatinentiH). TRANSMISSION OVERHAULED ^QSO lokor 37 pint ports oytomotic Iroilmllllo* for o" rnoiei and tntcftli. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION BAND LINKAGE ADJUSTMENT 95 rtmtvlnv A rr*utt*tfl MII · c*)*ftm« t*n · MtVltlM kMHft · rt»l«ct f *»tl l «· Trjosniulon Eir.hanjt 7Q55 from lu 12,000-MILE WARRANTT DID YOU KNOW? QC*- '·Jol oil trmmiuioe, trouble can ke tor- reeled by an odjut. meat. FREE LOAN CAR FREE rmaluiii liipictlii lUOGtTTHMS OPEN MOK. THRU SAT. 8 A.Mr-C P.M. 1440 W. PACIFIC COAST HWY, -- HE 2-3473 NATIONAL twice turns 8-YEAR-OLD WALKER'S DELUXE ·'^ Unciimlitinnilry tlcgant. Maluicd to A^ ; ' N tlic exact moment of ,f»i ~ V? -^ i"tllw"-- r --"'-- -«fc'f-^ V-: ; :i"".fc^, " *ig;%£^- U^UJ

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