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Eureka, California
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Monday, April 16, 1962
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I8th Annual Humboldt Bowling Association Tournament Ends Gray's Wins Team Crown, Lipscomb Events Leader Eureka Drivers I a i r ,' . L®. In Go-Kart | Racing Victories j |f| Huh Morm- nf Croscnil City' ikers Lead Celts Playoffs LOS ANGELES ( U P I ) -- The Lakers to a 126-121 win over the Los Angeles Lakers, inspired by a Celtics at Boston Garden. Boosts Laker Confidence That win--a win that supposed- l(:ilph Gilbert ;md .John Do :-!is (if Kiln 1 !;,-! v.nn thei .,,··. in Rcilwood lii^ion Go- ,., )Im .| ):K .!i victory in the vital fifth ! ("lull rac-iiiK Sunday at S;i-|,,. |lm , ,1,.,, R . 1V( , lll( , m ,, M i ca d ui UK; playoffs, tonight attem \von flu- A-S,i]i(.'r !i[;!it- ^.j^, jj ]e ^t." I;IHS ·'·i:!l 12(10 points. ( I l l - S0l . i .,, l ,,,, ',],' "" l A-Supcr heavy weights ,. jn( | i i . airl DeAngclis scored B-Su|icr. t i t l e disgusled Basketball As- from the startled defending chain: jpion Huston Celtics, ( . j t v ' Marvelous Elgin Baylor, the fin- ed Inini droil last to i n r i i t ) but f l i p p e d u h i l e t i n . . at-'"* * BA ' brok " f o u r l )la - voff re ° 1!, ,,,,,,,. lu pa-,. .'..'. the 22,1,1 lap/"'* Saturcby night as he scored las",,,,! injured, and received;" poirts_tojoad the stubborn Ihe hard luck iroi'hy. ' Thi' A-Super lirfil weight leaders v.,,v Mi-iror. 1200: Whitlel. Will;! and R u d y Mercer. -175. All arc of Cr,-s(vnt Cily. ; A-Stipcr lic:r yv.cighls in t h e j li-ad were (iilberl. 1200: Russj S:mc of K l a m a t h , 6!H; and Glen. (,'luibot ul Kureka, 525. Bill Boyce trailed DeAngelis in: B-Super with 900 points. j Times for the classes included:, li-Siiper - De Angelis, :29.23: A r c- a I a High s baseballers Bill Emlcrson, :29.71; Boyce,] turned their H-DN league till :;10.IO: Rill Finnegan. :30.-14. j w H h South Fork into a bailing A-Supcr -- Bob Mercer. :3(l.o4;i p| .. icl j cc Saturday while Tiger ly wasn't possible--shot the tailing Laker confidence to the sky. Losers of the fourth game at home in Los Angeles, the Lakers were home for tonight's possible finale with a win in Boston. But they did it. never stay there -- at least the odds are against it--but the Los department. South Fork R u d y Mercer. :30.74: liich Mil-) let. ":31.1l; Sage, :3I.M; DeAngcI- let, : ' l . I ( i ; Sage. :31.(ill; DeAngelis. -31.63; Mike Guslafson, :31.87; Chabot. :32.1I; Bob Silva. :32.48; Bill Cummings, :32.65; Mike Ca- liill. :33.:i2; ami Jim York. :34.20. Even before Hie hectic game in Boston was over, Laker officials said every one of the 15,000-plus . seats in the Sports Arena had been sold out for tonight's sixth jgame of the best four-of-seven se- Irics--insuring the Lakers of a fanatical backing as they went for the crown. Bui Boston, which now has the figurative knife at its throat in going for a fourth straight NBA title--something no team ever has dune--had plenty to moan about esides Baylor's outstanding per- rmance. Criticize Officiating The Celtics were angry over hat they claim to be one-sided j ficiating in the entire series and 1 Hook Bullet SPORTS jhurlcr Howard Kamperman was fashioning a nhit game. Arcata scored 24 runs in six innings on 18 hils. Kamperman walked three and struck out four |and got an errorless defensive erformance. Pitcher outfielder Tom Thorn- en led Ihe Tiger hilling parade ith a single, double and triple four trips. First bcseman ike Thurbcr and Kamperman d scoring with four runs each. Arcata scored five times in the rst frame. Their biggest inning as the eight-run fourth. Kamperman faced just 24 Cub p.ttcrs, three over Ihe minimum SPRING VALUES FROM GLOVES Gloves nnri mitts by Wilson are endorsed by baseball's greatest stars. Finest values on the market. Sec our big selection. BASEBALLS Official construction. Top performance and durability. A wide range of prices. Q taw at SHOES Wilson baseball shoes. All si:es and styles. As low as O Also THE GENUINE LITTLE LEAGUE SHOES For tho difference of a fo cents don't take a CHANCE WITH IMITATIONS American-made--protect your child's feet. jfc^lQi Price from . .. "**¥ BANKAMERICARD CREDIT Hcok Bullet SPORTS 333 F ST., Eureka HI 2-056 SOUTH FORK HIOH LAYER-- Pos. AB R H PO . C 2 0 0 4 . SS 3 0 0 1 . CF 3 ayhew OOd irgest, D. artwrlght Johnson . illo . . . . . R a y . . . . :hell ... Fuller ranam . . . 0 0 CF '. IB 0 0 0 1 30 0 0 U ARCATA HIOH Pot. AB R H PO 0 0 1 IB 31 * LAYER-- - lurber IB 4 Ilklnson . . . . CF 3 Abbey CF 1 iirgess, Jon . 3B 3 Hunt 3f i udford ss 4 .jmsen . . . . . RF 4 Kanley . . . . RF 1 . 'SS, Jon . LF I Toslc LF 1 emore *B 3 octol C 3 Seaman C 3 amperman ... P 0 TOTALS 31 3 Summary a--Replaced Valles in 3rd b--Went to right field in 4th c-wcnl to left field in 4th d--Went to catcher In 4th e--Went to center field in Slh f-Went to left Held In Slh g--Went to third base In Sth h--Went to third base In Sth I--Went to second base In Sth OUTH FORK .... JM MO J-jJ AR R C B°I Thurber (31." WilKlnson (3). Jo urtieis (3), Mudlord (3), Thomse anley. Toslc, Peclol (3); IB: Thomsei ailos h °lS "'"M»yhe'»/ (i), ' Wood 13 amperman (3); SO: valk'i II). M« ew (5), Wood (J), Kamperman 14 ?p. Kamperman; LP: Valles, U, Nle en and Cottrelll Scorer: McOrew 30; Time of Game: 3:30. I Alt San Jose State Wins Trackfest SAN JOSE (UPI) -- San Jos State took all but four firsts he annual Armed Forces find meet here Salurday. Mirma Carroll of San Dieg Navy won a close 440 in :48 larry Edwards led the Spartan vith a season's best discus to if 170' 7'.4". WE KNOW that YOU KNOW That is cosh so little to be sure, yet so much more than money can buy fo mlc having A fatal accident. LET US CHECK YOUR BRAKES TODAY? SPORTS UUMBOLDT STANDARDMonday, April 16, 1962, P. 16 Angels Dump Twins, American Loop LOS ANGELES (UPI)-They'l!|have two four-baggers and tied for the league lead in that Angeles Angels today were first place in the A m e r i c a n League for the their brief history. Eli Grba, who pitched 8V4 innings before being relieved by time in Tom Morgan, got credit for his first pitching victory of the sea- loo. Because today is Angels' ap precialion day, when the club be given a salute on the steps of the City Hall and parade through the downtown Tuesday night in home game Gray's Rug Cutters of Eureka and the doubles learn of Carl Eskildscn and Bob Griggs of Fer ndale have been named as cham are pions of the 18th Annual Humboldt Bowling Association Handicai The team's timing was perfect son. He scattered nine hils and ' ' struck out one., Bilko opened the fourth inning with a 365-foot smash into the left field bleachers, and then the uiruugii u, 0 u » -.. big boy returned to send another preparation for the first one over the same place in the ' following inning with Joe Koppe articularly in ss. Defensive last Saturday's ^ ace Bill Russell ilnted out that Baylor alone got . free throws, while the entire eltic team got only 27. "The Lakers have had 53 more ee throws than we have," napped Boston's Carl Braun, a 3-year veteran of the NBA. "In ur three losses we got 20 field oals more than they did." "That makes us the dirtiest in the National Basketball cam i.. v..~ - -- -- ,ssociation. We should consider urselves lucky just to go out am lay on the same court with all lose nice fellows." Baylor, who was called to a ear's active duly in Ihe Army ii anuary, broke Wilt Chamberlain's 6-point mark and three other ingle-game records. Bob Corson Fires No-Hitter At Brooking; High BROOK1NGS, Oregon.- McKin- eyville High sophomore Bob Coron hurled seven innings of no lit, no-run ball Saturday in blank ing the Brooking* - Harbor High Bruins 1-0 here. 5B,000-scat Chavez Ravine Stadium--also Ihe home of Ihe Dodgers. And an old Los Angeles favor- ,ilu, bulging Steve Bilko, was one of the main reasons Ihe Angels Sunday won Iheir third game in l row, 6-3, from Ihe host Minne-' ota Twins, lo lake over Hie cague lead. Bilko, whose popularity in this city has been at a peak since he ilayed for the old Pacific Coast .cague Angels in the mid-1950s, lowered two home runs to spark ..os Angeles lo a sweep of (he two-game series in chilly weather at Minneapolis-St. Paul. Leon Wagner also slammed a homer as the Angels rolled up o 6-0 lead before Minnesota could pick up three runs in the ninth. Bilko and Wagner now each on base. Wagner then sent his blow sailing over the 400-foot marker in right field, into a pile of snow that was along the fence. Crusaders In Win Over Ferndale PCL Campaign To Get Underway By United Press International The Salt Lake City Bees, who .rare the cellar-dwellers in last year's Pacific Coast League baseball campaign, today have an opportunity to begin the new season in first place. Salt Lake met the Hawaii Brookings hurler Dick Lowe avc up just one hit but was he victim of an error that put Panther in scoring position. Corson walked eight and struck out nine en route to the third straight Mack High win. McKinleyville scored in the bird inning. John Sweek singled, dvanceJ on an infield out, and scored on an error. MCKINLEYVIU.E ·LAYER-- Pol. AB R H PO .slanders at Honolulu today in the only game on the first-day slate. A Bee victory would put them in first place at least until the rest of the league swings into action Tuesday night. Hawaii, which tied for sixth last .cason, will be just as eager to be the year's firsl leader and wil be out to make Salt Lake Cily [ start this season where it left off last fall. Two doubleheaders and two single games make up Tuesday's ;chedule. The twin bills will find Vancouver at Seatlle and Spokane al Portland. Defending champion Pitcher Tom Burger gave up just one hit in seven innings Sal- urday as the St. Bernard's Cru- ·s posted a 14-3 H-DN victory over the Ferndale Wildcats. It was the Crusaders' third straight league win this season and their 17th H-DN triumph ovei wo seasons. Burger's skein is 10 i a row in H-DN action. Burger led the Crusaders at the plate with three singles in as many at bats. Fcrndale got its only hit anc its third run in the top of the seventh inning. A walk and tw( errors loaded the bases, anc pitcher Gene O'Connell singlec through the middle. Two walks and a pair of mis cues in the third frame gave Fern dale two runs. St. Bernard's was never in dan 'er, scoring four runs in both the Tournament. Their unofficial tourney-leading scores survived Saturday's and Sunday's events. Rich Lipscomb was all-events leader through the scores that had been checked by :he tournament committee, and Al Batini and Bob Billson arc singles game and series leaders, respectively. No teams moved into the top five Saturday. Gray's total of 3146 won by a 43-pin margin over Crocker-Anglo, with 3103. E 0 finished third at 3093, and Sequoia Saw Shop and E 0 Market tied for fourth at 3058. Eskildsen and Griggs scored 1343. Other doubles leaders were Pete Larson and Clayton Knowles 1326; Earl Bichn and Ben Spinni, 1302; Han and Rich Lipscomb 1294; and Ralph Fox and Jacl Evans, 1293. Lipscomb's all-events score was 2067 and was a strong contender o snare the title. Sunday's all- vents totals are yet to be veri- ied by the committee. Ellison's 729 and Batini's 291 more than in 1961. Seventeen earns .topped 3000 points this year, while only four exccedec hat mark last year. The singles leaders, with Bill son on top at 729, included Pete Evans, 723; Roy Jackson, 702; Tom Bradford 694; Phil Ander son, 585; Adolph Corder, 684 George Bartlett, 681; Don Foulks 080; Phil Collre, 679; and Dudlcj Sacchi, 677. Hawks 'Alive' in Free SS r. semore . . . . LF Moulton CF p Ovemoe RF i-Terrv Semori RF 1 0 0 1 1 Owens tripled and Leon Flinch led singles through Salurday. Members of the title-winning Gray's Rug Cutters team are Fred "Frank, Al Alora, George Bermudez, A n t h o n y Gray and Steve Gray. The team bowls out of Harbor Lanes during regular eague action. A total of 170 teams competed in the tournament this year, 26 Pender-Fullmer Bout For S. F. ! SAN FRANCISCO (UPII -Middleweight champion Gene Fullmer and Paul Fender each have been offered 35 per cent of a minimum gate of $150,000 to meet in June to settle their title dispute Co-promoters Lou Thomas ant ' l .., ^M.... b .-- . -------- -------- - [irst and second innings. Gary George Parnassus of the Nationa' Boxing Club said Saturday tha paugh doubled during the first tne man agers of both fighters had frame uprising. expressed interest in the offer. Jim Bonomini's double in the fourth inning was the only other extra-base hit of the game. CHICAGO (UPD--Quiet conf deuce and no jubilation markc the Chicago Black Hawks today perhaps on the road back in thei effort to retain hockey's mos prized trophy, the Stanley Cup. "Look at this team," Cone Rudy Pilous said after his 1 players shut out the Toronto M. pie Leafs, 3-0, for their first vii ory in the best-of-seven series. "They're not laughing," he sail 'They're not shouting. They kno hey're not through, that they'v got to win some more games, th one victory won't win the cup f you." But Pilous said the Black Hawk demonstrated confidence tb could repeat the playoff perfon ance against Montreal when th 1 ost the first two games, th' came back to win the next fo and entry into the finals. The Black Hawks rocked ai socked Toronto, smashing in body contact at every opportunit but it wasn't because of changi ladies. "We lell them to hit in eve: game," Pilous said. "Toronto ga us the opportunities lonighl ai we look them." The Chicago win cut Toronto margin to two-to-one with the ne game here Tuesday night and t fifth game at Toronto Thursda Another Chicago win would aga return the series to the Chica Stadium. Braves, Errors Defeat Dodgers In Sunday Tilt LOS ANGELES (UPI)- Mana- Walt Alston expressed his lisfaction with the play of the os Angeles Dodgers today as the ub left for San Francisco and ts first meeting with the Giants. Alston refused to lose his com- isure over the Dodger's 6-3 loss Milwaukee Sunday but said nistakes played a part in Ihe efeat. , . "I'll settle for winning two out ' three games with all the top ubs," Alston said, pointing out lat the Dodgers had that mark gainst Cincinnati and Milwaukee n their first home stand. "But I hope this team made II the mistakes it's going to make for a while in Sunday's ame," he added. Lineup Changes For the two-game series with he Giants, Alston named Stan Villiams and Don Drysdale a i starling pitchers and for to night's game he said he woult make a couple of lineup changes He named left-handers Joh Roseboro to catch and Ron Fairl o play right field against south iaw Billy O'Dell. They replace Norm Sherry and Frank Howard )0th of whom wenl hitless Sundaj In fact, only three men got hit off the Braves' Bob Hendle) Tommy Davis got a triple omer, Maury Wills beat out a air of bunts and Jim Gilliam hit single. Officially the D o d g e r s were larged with only two errors but /ally Moon misjudged Frank olling's fly ball'in the fifth in- ing and it went for a double, ie first hit off Sandy Koufax. Opens the Gate That miscue opened the way or a three-run rally for the Braves. Joe Torre singled in Bol- ng and Eddie Mathews' broken at single with the bases loaded cored two more. . Gilliam's error in the sixth paved the way for the go-ahead run. In the seventh Hank Aaron ;ot his first homer of the sea- on. Koufax, after pitching hitless all for the first four innings, re- ired in the seventh charged with eight hits and the loss. Ed Eoe- buck and Pete Richert finished he game. Tommy Davis' homer in the second inning scored Moon ahead of him. It was the young out- "ielder's second homer of the season. A crowd of 42,849 turned out [or the first Sunday game at Chavez Ravine and boosted the attendance for six days in the new stadium to a total of 235,561 fans. Last year for the first six home games the Dodgers drew 164,803 fans. Advertisement California i commissions leads. Oregon State In Triangular Win BERKELEY (UPI) - Orego Stale University handily defeated improving California and outgunned Fresno State in a track meet Saturday. Dale Story of the Beavers galloped two miles barefoot in the sizzling time of 8:55.9. Canadian iy( an w ]th sprinter Len Eves of Oregon State pulled a hamstring muscle 10 yards from the finish line, but still won the 100-yard dash with a fast :09.6 clocking. The Beavers h a d 99 points, while California scored 48 Fresno 15. FRIGIDAIRE needs a successful salesman to handla the many inquiries about their fabulous, rapid drycleaners and laundries in Humboldt and surrounding ounties. pi us Excellent qualified non-competitive lins superior sales record will be considered. Mr. Galloway will be at the Eureka Travel Lodge, 4 Fourth "and Street, Wednesday, April 18 id 19, for interviews. icoma will be at San Diego for . Burger walked two and struck out seven. O'Connell was the loser in his first starling assignment since being injured early this season. FERNDALE HIGH PLAYER-- Pos. AB R H PO A E Bruga 2B 3 0 0 3 0 1 Hicks " Valtcrs . i-Johnson, iman jweek Mallll' TOTALS "LAYER-Bollard i-chanler .. ;.MIIIer . . . . h!llipt ... C J 0 0 ' 3B a single game and Salt Lake City S a n d Hawaii will continue their J series with a single contest, o Each club in the eight-team S circuit has scheduled 154 games ' for the season. Johnson, ilmquist TOTALS IS J 1 1» ST. BERNARD'S HIOH ·LAYER-- Pos. AB R H PO Owen! 3D " I 1 ° Del Gnnde .. CF I 3 1 1 1 1 II 7 I BROOKINGS POS. AB R H PO Lowe Dunn Payn. -Oawion AcNeely . . Jickcll ... -Wcehi .. r i a r k s . . . . -Welge g-Hanscam TOTALS l -- o o o o o i» o o II 10 SUIT nary OUR ONLY BARGAIN is QUALITY m,iten'!l'. ^nd specialized WORKMANSHIP. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Call Now for FREE Estimate Appointment WHEEL ALIGNMENT and BRAKE SERVICE 3rd A Sis., Eureka HI 2-0858 a--Went In lor Ovcmoe In ilh b--walked (or Pollard in 7th c--Ran for Chanler in 7th d--Went In for Payne In ith e--Grounded out for Nlcklos m J f--Walker for Marks In 7th o--Ran for welge In 7th McKINLEYVILLE HI OOJ J-J BOOKINGS 000 OM o-« KOI: Scmorc; LOB: Me 171, B B: Nlckle (1), HaniC- · Semore (H: BB: Lowt (4). !)· so- Lowe (4). Corson (*); WP: Jorson; LP: Lowe,' U: Bare! and Moore; Scorer: Jaggers; Alt.: 50; Time of Game: 1:00. Tony Lema Wins No. Cat. Tourney DAVIS ( U P I ) --Tony Lema o! San Leandro, a young pro trying to make it on the touring circuit was $750 richer today after tak ing the Northern California PG/ golf title. Lema fired a one under par 71 Sunday for a 209 total in the 54 hole event played over the El Ma cero Country Club course. lie got his stiffest battle from , ,jsan Francisco amateur Georgi 0 5 JArcher, who tallied 210. Archci lu'/MatnianVjiieeded a seven-foot putt for a birdie on the last hole to lie of the cup. lonomlnl Fllnehpaugh Bareilles .. b-Glonnlnl . Burger . . . . Allen, T. . . Allen, B. .. Ivancich c-Palmore .. TOTALS Stretch Your VACATION DOLLARS Rent one of those handsome Travel Trailers. They're compact homes on wheels--sleeps 5, complete cooking facilities, ice box and sink. Once you've spont a vacation in one of those Travel Trailers, you'll look forward to many more. MAKE YOUR RESERVATION NOW MERLE JOHNSON'S SS 3 1 RF-P 3 0 0 C P-RF 3 4 1 1 CF 3 0 0 1 LF 1 i D o o o i LF .. 3B 3 . 3E P-RF . . I B 4 0 . . . . C 4 0 RF 4 0 . . . P O O . . . . It 14 Summary 1 Eureka Cops Double Decision Over Hoopa Ron Harmon and Homer Fos- with two runs in both the first . a--Replaced Walters In 3rd --Replaced Barelllei In 6\h --Replaced Burger In 7lh FERNDALE . . . . ST. BERNARD'S OOZ 001 0-- 3 443 111 X-U 13 T. BtKNMKU 9 .. 1« i" "--·" ·- R B h Flinchpaugn, Allen, T., Binlllei (4), O'ConnelS Bonomlnl, (1), Burger Ivanckh; ]B: E Owent; UOB ,.,, Fllnehpaugh; Fern. (3), SB. (ID? SB; Owens, Bonomlnl (4), Fllnehpaugh. Burger, Allen, T. ( 2 } t DP: OConnell and Bruga; BB: O'Connell (S), Bryant (i), Burger (2)i SO: Bryi (7), Palmore (1); HP: Bi (3),' Burner rger by O'Con \n, raimure \\n nn uu M " -i ~ ~~ ncll; WPi Burgtr; LP: O'Connell; UJ Ayala and Schleanes; Scorer: Hanley; ; 30; Time of Game: 2:00. HUMBOLDT-DEL NORTE CIF LEAGUE BASEBALL STANDINGS W L Pet. GB St. Bernard's . Arcata Del Norlc . . . Fortuna Eureka Hoopa McKinleyville Sontll Fork ... Ferndale 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .667 1 2 .333 2 3 3 4 .000 3 .000 3!i dick pitched successive two-hit ters Saturday as the Eureka High Loggers captured a doubleheader from the hosting Hoopa High Warriors. The H-DN league game went to Eureka 8-1 and the non-loop prac tice tilt wound up at 8-0. Hoopa hosts Arcata Tuesday foi a makeup H-DN tilt. Harmon boosted his strikeout record to 26 in 21 innings of league play, in the opener. Eureka scored a single run in the top of the first inning on a walk to Gary Ballew, his steal a passed ball and a throwing er The Loggers made it 3-0 in the third frame on a walk, Mike r.ez- zonico's sacrifice fly and t\vo er- ors. The first earned run came in the fifth inning on Rezzonico's rin gle and Ballew's double. In the next frame Eureka bro'.: the contest wide open with four runs. Harmon led off with a sin gle, Lance Lawry doubled ant John Schrader loaded the bases a bunt single. Hoopa com milted five straight errors anc Rezzonico singled to account for the four runs. Hoopa averted a shutout in the bottom of the sixth frame on fielder's choice, a walk and Hoi Branam's single. Sophomore pitcher Frank Trim ble was scuttled by 10 Hoopa er rors. Eureka started the second game PLAYER-- Rciionlco . Ballew ..... 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Loser Zane Grant walk- ·d 10 and fanned only four. ndy . 34 1 Summary a--Replaced Burroughs In Sth b--Relieved Trimble in ith c--Went in for Lawry in 7!h d--Pinch hit for Wagner in 7lh e--Struck out for Marshall i- "" EUREKA 1 HOOPA t RBI: Branham, Reuonico (3), i- Lawry, Ballew; SH Schrader; E («, H 13); SB: Ballew ID, Schr der Roberts; DP: Johnson to Wagner BB Andreoli (3), Harmon 13), Trimble (4) SO- Harmon (13), Andrcoli (1), Tnmbli (4); WP: Harmon; LP: Trirnbl-' " Alameda and carpente.. Guire; Att.: SS; Time of Game: 3:15. For SALE or RENT H O M E L I T E Carryable PUMPS GENERATORS Ask nboul our Rcnfnl- PurcJwse Plan 'ESTEEM IVE TRIED'ErAALL- AND NOTHING SATISFIES WE BETTER. WELL I BEE YOU WITCHED TO COPeNHASEN. I KNOW. REAL TOBACCO TASTE ANP LIFT-THAT'S "COPE". ' 7RYAPINCH OF REAL TOBACCO TASTE' We*TM.TM 3008 Broadway · HI 3-5415 POWERFUL... VIRTUALLY INDESTRUCTIBLE! 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