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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1979, Longview Daily Newt 3-D Limited Baseball Action - II East W L Pet 01 Pittsburgh J5 57 ,599 Montreal 81 55 .596 1 Si i cm 76 64 . 53 8 Chicago 73 67 .52) 11 PhHeoeiphia 71 71 500 14 New fort 55 85 .393 29 WmI W L Pet 01 Houston 81 62 .566 Cincinnati 81 63. 563 V4 Los Angeles 68 75 .476 13 Sen Francisco 63 81 .438 1B's SanDiejo 61 83 .424 20'1 Atlanta 55 87 .387 25' UL standings AL standings ifiiOFtOIla MaFlIieFS ' I Monday's (semes . (No games scheculedi Tuesday's Games AJ Times DT) Chicago iMcGloltien 11-n and Lamp 118) at Montreal iSchatzeoer 9-4' and Palmar 6-2). 2. 6 05 p m. - St Louis (Denny 7-10) at Pittsburg)! (D. Robinson 7-6), 7:35 p.m. Philadelphia (Espinosa 13-111 at'Newrof (Falcone 5-12), 8 05 pm. Houston iftcnard 16-12) at Cincinnati (Seav-er 14-6). 8.05 p m. San Dgo (Owemnko 4-10) at Los Angeles (Hough 4-51. 10 30 p.m. Atlanta (McWilliams 1-2) at San Francis-. CO (Montatusco 3-7), 10:35 p m Wsdnesdsy'l Game Atlanta at San Francisco Chicago at Montreal, night Philadelphia at New York, night ' Si Louts at Pittsburgh, night Houston at Cincinnati, night San Oiego at Los Angeles, night w l Pet. at Baltimore 94 47 .667 - Milwaukes 83 60 580 12 Boston 80 60 .571 13' NewYort. 77 63 .550 16'- Detroit 76 68 . 528 18'4 Cleveland 74 69 .517 21 Toronto 44 98 .310 50's Weal W L Pet. 01 California 80 64 . 556 Kansas City 76 68 528 4 Minnesota 73 70 .510 6'4 Teiaa 71 73 .493 9 Chicago 61 82 .427 18' Seattle 61 84 . 421 19' Oakland 50 94 .347 30 Monday'e Result Kansas City 6. Minnesota 5. 14 innings. 1st, twK. light op lit angers.) Minnesota 5. Kansas City 2, 2nd, mght Boston j Baltimore 2, night Seattle 5. Texas 2. ntgnc Tuesday'e Games (AD Times SDT) New York (Tiant 11-6) at Boston (Tudor 0-1),7 30pm. Baltimore (Palmer 8-5) at Toronto (Underwood 6-16). 7 30 pm Cleveland (Spillner 8-3) at Detroit (Rozema 3-3). 8 p nt. Oakland (Keough 1-14) at Milwaukee (Slaton 13-8), 8 30 p m. Calilorma (Ryan 15-11) at Chicago (Wor-tham 14-11), 8 30 pm. Mmnesola (Zahn 10-6) it Kansas City (Chamberlain 4-1), 835 p.m. Seattle IBrandi 0-0) at Tenas (Alexander 3-6). 8:35 pm. box scores Twins 5, Royals 2 MINNESOTA KANSAS CITY abrhbi 3 110 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 112 2 2 11 3 12 0 10 10 3 0 11 2 0 0 0 10 11. Mariners 5, SEATTLE Rivera if Powell rf Castino 3b Smalley ss RJackson 1b Mor8lesdh Goodwin ph Edwards K Norwood rf Landreax cf Randall 2b Wlltong 2b Borgmannc Totals Minnesota Kansas Crty WilsonK McRae dh Brett 3b Porter c . LaCo6k lb Onset Nettles rf White 2b Braun ph Crux pr 2 0 0 0 Washlngln ss l u u o uuirk ph -3 0 0 0 J2 S I 5 Totals abrhbi 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 4 111 4 111 4 0 10 4 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 3 0 10 10 10 35 I I i 000 104 000 s 002 000 000 2 lir-Minnesota l, Kansas City 1. LOB Minnesota 6, Kansas City 8. 28-Qulrk. HR Jackson (13), Brett (19), Porter (19). Smalley (23). S Castino. Edwards Milborn 2b RJonescf Bochls lb Hortondh Meyer 3b LRobrtsIf Simpson rf LCouc Mendozss Total sir Minnesota GotQIrV 14-10) Ksnsas City Split'tf (L 13-16) Grue Eaion - K H RERB6S0 -9 9 2 2 1 5 1-3 1-3 ' 3 1-3 IP H RERB8SO Minnesota Enckson . 3 1-3 6 4 4-4 2 0 Jstkson ' 3 2-3 2 1 1 t 2 fkwfern 4 0-0 0 1 2 Marshall IL 10-141 2 1-3 2 1 1 0 ' 3 Kansas City Pait.li' 3 1-3 7 4 4 1 2 Chnster.son 4 3 10 1 1 Martin 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 Hrabosky 4 6 0 0 4 1 Quisoroerrlw3-2l 2 0 0 0 0 1 'aDcsWo'lched lo 3 batters in 13th WP-Palvn, Hrabosky PB-Wyregar T 4J7. AP top 20 The Top Twer.ty teams in The Associated Press college loolfcal! poll, with first-place voles m parentheses records and tola! points Points based or. 20-19 18-17-16-15-14-13-12-1 1-10-9-6-7-6-5-4 -3-2-1: 1 So Calilorma i5) 1-0-0 -. 1.222 2Altiama!14i 1-0-0 1,172 3 Oklahoma !?! 0-0-0 1.068 4Teas(l) 0-0-0 962 5 Purdue 1-0-0 931 6 Michigan - . 1-0-0 898 7 Penn Slate 0-0-0 823 8Nebrasa 0-0-0 742 9NotreOame " 0-0-0 644 10 MichigarStale ' 1-0-0 594 11 Missouri 1-O-0 575 12 Georgia 0-0-0 521 13 Hous'on 1-0-0 477 14 Washington 1-0-0 444 15 0htoSlle 1-0-0 ' 342 16 Pittsburgh 0-04 278 17 Arkansas O-O-O 241 18 Fior'ddSiaie 1-0-0 .170 19 No CarolinaSlate 1-0-0 163 20 SouthernMelhooist 1-0-0 1 18 UPI top 20 NEW YORK (UPI) - The United Press inter. nalKxiai Board of Coaches' top 20 college football ratings, w.th tirslpiace voles and won-loss records in parentheses (First week) Teem Points 1. So Calil (24) (1-0) 551 2 Aiabama(9ji1-0) 506 3 Oklahoma I3 iO-0) 489 4 Ieas(1i0-0I 421 5 Michigan (1-0) -350 6 Penn St (0-0) - . 332 7 Purdue(1)(1-0) 292 8 Nebraska (0-0) . 276 9 Houston (1-0) 208 10 Michigan St (1-01 205 11 Notre Dame 10-0) 190 ' 12 Missoun(l-O) 182 13 Washington! 1-0) 124 14 Georgia (0-0)- ' - 108 15 Pittsburgh (0-0) 68 16 Ohio SI (1-0) 63 17 Arkansas (0-0) 50 16 Florida St (1-01 35 19 N Carolina Si (1-0) 24 20 BnghamYoung(l-O) 15 abrhbi 4 110 3 0 11 4 110 4 2 2 1 3 0 0 0 -2112 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 30 5 (4 Rangers i I HAAS Rivers cf Wills 2b BBeH 3b Montnz dh Putnam lb Grubb rf Sample It Sundbrg c Ziskph. NNrmn ss Oliver ph Sdrhlm3b Ellis ph Total ebrhbl 4 0 2 0 4 10 0 4 0 10 3 0 11 3 0 0 0 '4 0 0 0 4 13 0 '2 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 11 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 33 2 1 2 HBP-by Gottt rwuson). T-2 25 A- 31.337. Royals 6, Twins 5 ' MINNESOTA KAN8AS CITY ahrhW sbrhbi Powell rf ' 4 0 0 1 Wilson If 7120 Vega ph 1 0 0 0 McRae dh 6 2 3 3 Norwood rf 10 10 Brett lb 6 0 11 Smalley ss 7 0 2 0 Porter c 4 0 0 0 Lanoreaj cf 6-120 LaCock lb 2111 RJackson lb 5 12 0 Wathan 1b 10 0 0 Willong 2b 2 111 Braun ph -0 0 0 0 Rivera ph 10 11 Barranca or 0 0 0 0 Randall 2b 3 0 0 O Tenell 3b 10 0 0 Cubbage 2b 1 0 0 0 Quirk ph 10 0 0 Wvnegar c 5 1' 0 0 Crui 3b 0 0 0 0 Goodwin dh 3 12 1 Nettles It 10 10 Morales ph 10 10 Oliscf 4 111 Wa'd dh 2 0 0 0 Cowens rf 5 0 0 0 Sold if 1 0 0 0 While 2b 6 0 0 0 Edwards If 5 0 10 Washingtn ss 6 110 Cashno 3b 6 0 3 1 Town 54 5 II 5 Total. 50 I 10 I One out when winning run scored Minnesota 000 410 000 000 00 S Ksnsss Crty 010 310 MO 000 01- t E-Wathan OP-Kansas City 2 LOB Minnesota 15. Kansas City 10 28 Landraaux Washington, McRae 3B-- Witfong. McPae HR -laCock (2). Otis (18), McRae (9) SB -Wiison. Barranca. S Sofield SF Powell. SosWls 000 020 J10 J Tsa 000 001 100 I E-Jenklns. Milboume, Norman 2. Meyer OP Seattle 2, Texas 3. LOB-Seattle 2, Texas 7. 28-Sample 3B-Milbourne. HR Horlon 127). LRoberts (141. SB- Wills. S-Sundberg, Meyer SF-LRobens V H R ER Bl SO Seattle Dressier W 2-2 6 2-3 .8 2 2 1 1 McLaughlins 13 2 1-3 0 0 0 1 2 Texas Jenkins L 13-13 7 1-3 5 5 3 1 3 Raisett 12-3 1 0 0 1 1 T 2 16 A 6.790 Red Sox 3. Orioles 2 DAI I IMUHC From Wire Reports Willie Horton is just on a one-year contract with the Seattle .Mariners, so he's eligible to declare for the baseball free agent draft after this year. But don't hold your breath waiting for it to happen. "I'm not interested in the free agent draft. Seattle has been too good to me," said Horton, Whose 27th homer and sacrifice fly drove in two runs for. the Mariners in a 5-2 victory over the Texas Rangers Monday night at Arlington Stadium. "We've got a good young club here, and I think next year it's going to be a different story in this division (American League West). The more experience they get, the better they get, and I just hope I'm back with them," said Horton. He played with four clubs, including the Rangers, last year, "and I was thinking of quitting." But Mariners President Dan O'Brien, a Rangers executive last year, persuaded Horton to play for Seattle and the veteran star is happy. "Seattle has been great, from the front office on down. They gave me a day up there, and that made up for the bad times over the last years. That day was worth more than money can buy, as far as me and my family are concerned," Horton . said. His 27th homer of the year disappeared over the fence in left-center in the fifth inning for the Mariners' first hit off Ferguson Jenkins. Teammate Leon Roberts followed with another solo homer, his 14th, two batters later.. The homers were the 34th and 35th given up by Jenkins this year. Two errors by Texas shortstop Nelson Norman let Seattle score two unearned runs in the seventh, and the Mariners added an insurance marker in the eighth on Larry Milbourne's triple and Rupper Jones'single. Rob Dressier got his second victory of the season, the first having come last week with Horton driving in the run in a 1-0 victory over Jenkins and Texas. Dressier gave up eight hits Monday night, three of them to Billy Sample and two to Mickey Rivers, before he left with a 4-2 lead and two out in the seventh. Byron McLaughlin held the Rangers hitless the rest of the way, getting his 13th save. Dave Rajsich wrapped up for Texas, allowing only an infield hit, after the eighth-inning departure of Jenkins, 13-13. Royals 6-2, Twins 5-5 Minnesota Manager Gene Mauch didn't have anything to say after his Twins spen six hours, 52 minutes splitting a twi-nigh double-header with the Kansas City Royals, but he kept on talking. "I don't have anything to say," his speech began, "except that we played all night for California. - . We have to win every game the rest of the season. You're darn right we had to win two. But to that we have to play a lot better than we did in the first game. We played all night for the Angels. That's exactly what they want to happen." Like the man said, nothing to say. The Twins lost the 4V2-hour, 14-inning opener 6-5 when Hal McRae blasted a Mike Marshall pitch over the fence. They salvaged the nightcap 5-2 with the help of Roy Smalley's two-run homer in a four-run Minnesota sixth. Red Sox 3, Orioles 2 Jim Rice drove in two runs and Bob Stanley pitched eight innings of four-hit ball to help Boston beat Baltimore. But the Fenway Park crowd of 30,618 which sent the Red Sox' total attendance past the 4-million mark this season missed seeing Yastrzemski become the first American Leaguer to amass 3,000 hits and 400 homers. 5-2 1 V1" ' V- v r '; f. r a 7 V 1 A.P Lsstrpholo MARINERS' SHORTSTOP MARIO MEINDOZA TAGS BILLY SAMPLEOUT During Third Inning Action As Hangers Fell To Seattle, 5-2, At Arlington Stadium BOSTON sbrhbi sbrhbi 3 110 Remy 2b 2 10 0 3 0 10 Simor 2b 10-00 0 0 O'O Buriesnss 4 12 0 0 0 0 0 Lynn cl 4 13 1 4 0 0 0 Rice II 3 0 2 2 3 0 0 0 Ystrzm lb 4 0 0 0 2100Fiskdh 3000 3 0 10 Hobson 3b 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Evans rl 3 0 10 2 0 0 0 Ailenson c 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 2 4 0 Total 30 1 I 1 Bumbrycf Garcia ss Crowly ph Betangr pr Singietn If EMurry lb LMay dh Roenick rf DeCncs3b Dauer 2b Kelly ph " BSmith 2b Skaggsc Lwnstn ph Moiinar pr Dempsyc Total Baltimore 000 110 010- 2 Soston gn ooo OOi- J E-Garcia DP-Baltimore 2. Boston 4 LOB Battimore 2 Boston 6. 2B-Lynn 2 3B-Rice SB-Bumbry Mclmaro SF Rice IP Bsttimors DMrtru L. 15-13 8 Boston StanyWI5-9 8 4 2 Orago S 10 10 0 Stanley faced one batter in the ninth ' T2:18 A 30.618. H RER BS SO 3 3 2 2 ET sked Pascha! ai Longview Woodrcjw Wiiscm at Pine Tree Lufkin a( Contoe Nacogdoches at Lake Highlands Tenas Hugh at Jesutt Tyief Lee si Anne RicMteid at Tyler Athens at Waxahachte Carthage at Hatisvtile Cwtef at Jasper Gimtewatef at West Rusk HenJersw at Lnrtngston JacksonviiteaiEnnit Palestine at Oocksn Mount Pleasant ai Criapei Hill Kilgore at Damgertteld Pittsburg at Giimer Ciarkswlte at Pans Sulpfiuf Springs at McKinney Hows it Liberty Eyiau Jetterson at idabei, Ofc'a, -' Under KikJare at Atlanta Mount Vernon at Paul Pewitl Maianorf at Bf ownsbor o Lgndaie at irVestwood Grand Saone at Van Spring MiH at Wnite Oak Canton at Wrtitenouse Timpson at Beckviite Overton at Joaquin ' Kamack at Tenana Tatum at Atp WasKom at New Diana Rrveccrest ai Cooper Ore City at Etysian Fteids Queen Oty at Sattne James Bowie at fouhe, Art. Sandy at Mineoia Harmony at Unwi Grove ' John Tyler JV at Hawttios Winona at Gorman Marieton at Come Ptckton Mount Enterprise at Cushmg Leveretts Chapei at Maud Redwater at Carlisie HFL standings American Conrereoce Eeet .Note. By aqreement with the American Football Coechte Aftociatton, teama en probation by the NCAA tre meitgiWe tor lop 2ft and natranal champwiahip conttderaiion by the UPI Board of Coecbee. Those teams currently on probation ire: Oklahoma State, Auburn and Mempnt State. Schoolboy poll By The Associated Press Here it The Associated Press Schoolboy Football Poll with first place votes in parentheses, season ' records and pants based on 113-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1: Class M . 1 Abilene Cooper (181 1-0-0 198 2 LaPorte(2i 1-O-0 142 3 Lake Highlands 1-0-0 137 4 Soui 1-0-0 tH 5. Houston Stratford 00 109 .8 Piano 10 90 7 Houston Kasbrnere 1-O-0 78 8 San Antonio Roosevelt 1-0-0 75 9 Odessa Permian 1-0-0 45 10 Fon iVortn (Wiland 1-0-0 23 Ctes3A 1 Jasper (7) 1-0-0 180 2 Lubbock Estscado (71 1-0-0 160 3. Bay City (4) 1-0-0 144 4 KerrvMe (2) 1-0-0 134 5 Beaumont Heben 1-0-0 114 8 Paris 1-04 103 7. Brownwood 0-1-0 83 8. McKinney 0-1-0 54 , 9. Hunltvme 1-0-0 44 to. Gainesville 1-04 32 Clsea 2A 1 Pitlsfxirg f 15) 1-0-0 2. Childress 13) 1-0-0 170 3 Kenedy (11 1-0-0 181 4. Bellvlllel 1)1-04 133 5 San Antonio Randolph t-0-0 91 8. Uttlefield 1-0-0 81 7. Wyhe 1-0-0 74 8 YChitenouse 1-0-0 87 9. ' Brecnenndge 1-0-0 34 10. Comanche 1-0-0 23 Class A t China Spring (1!) 1-0-0 194 2 Falls City (11 1-0-0 165 3 Haskell 1-0-0 158 4 H8wkms 1)1-0-0 128 5 Seagraves 1-0-0 121 6. Glen Rose 1-0-0 101 7 Hull-Oetsella 1-O-0 29 8 OHnaO-1-028 9 Idalou 1-0-0 24 10 itiel Oiley 0-0-1 22 San Saba 0-1-0 22 transactions BASEBALL American League CALIFORNIA ANGKS-Hsossd Ranee Mul-Hniks, shortstop. Ralph Bolting. Bob Feins and Dave Schuter. pitchers, and John Hams, lirst baseman, from Sail Lake of the Pscrfic Coast League Halionel CINCINNATI REDSNarned Oon Tecklenturg business mansoer PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES-Purcnased Den Larson, piicber, from Oklahoma Crty of the American As-scca'ion, ST. LOUIS'CAROINALS-Recalled Ken Seaman, pitcher, from Springfield of bVAmencan Association Activated Buddy Schutu. pitcher, and Mike Tyson, ' second baseman, from the disabled Mat. BASKETBALL. W L T Pet PF PA Miami 2 - o 0 1 000 28 17 New England 1 1 0 .500 69 19 Buffalo 1.1 0 500 58 33 Baltimore .. 0 2 0 000 26 43 NYJetj 0 2 0 .000 25 81 Central ' W I T Pet Pf PA Pittsburgh 2 0 0 1 000 54 20 Cleveland . 2 0 0 1.000 52 46 Houston I 1 0 500 36 65 Cincinnati 0 2 0 .000 - 24 61 West W L T Pet Pf PA San Diego 2 0 0 1000 63 26 Kansas City 1 1 0 .500 38 27 -Oakland 1 1 0 500 34 47 Denver 1 1 0 .500 19 13 Seattks . 0 2 0 000 26 52 National Conference (set I L T Pet PF PA Dallas 2 0 0 1.000 43 34 Philadelphia 1-1 0 .500 33 31 Washington 1 1 1 0 .500 54 53 St Louis 1 1 0 .500 48 38 NY Giants " 0 2 0 .000 - 31 50 Central V L T Pet Pf PA Tampa Bay 2 0 0 1000 60 42 Chicago 2 0 0 1.000 32 10 Minnesota 1 1 0 . 500 35 48 Green Bay 1 1 0 500 31 25 Detroit 0 2 0 000 40 58 West W L T Pet Pf PA Atlanta 2 0 0 1 000 54 44 Los Angeles 1 1 0 .500 -30 33 New Orleans 0 2 0 000 53 88 San Francisco 0 2 0 .000 35 - 49 Trwsday, Sept I Lot Angeles 13. Denver 9 Sunday, Sept I New England 56, New York Jels 3 Chicago 26. Minnesota 7 Green Bay 28. New Orleans 19 Washington 27. Detroit 24 Pittsburgh 38, Houston 7 St Louis 27, New York Giants 14 Buffalo 51. Cincinnati 24 Tampa Bay 29, Baltimore 26 (ot) Cleveland 27, Kansas City 24 Dallas 21, San Frsncisco, 13 San Diego 30. Oakland 10 Miami 19, Seattle to Monday, Sept. M Atlanta 14. Philadelphia 10 Sunday, Sept tS Detroit at New York jels, 1 p a Denver at Atlanta. 1 o.m. Baltimore at Cleveland. 1pm. New England at Cincinnati, 1 p rn. Philadelphia at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Miami at Minnesota, 2 p.m. Tampa Bay at Green Bay, 2 p.m. Kansas Oty at Houston. 2 p.m. Chicago at Dallas. 4 p m. Pittsburgh at St Lours, 4pm Buffalo at San Diego. 4 pm. . Oakland at Seattle, 4 p.m. San Francisco at Los Angeles. 4 p.m. - Monday, Sept 17 New York Gianla WaaNngton. 9 p.m. MILWAUKEE BUCKS-Stgned Sidney Moncrlef, guard, to a irwtti-yeercontract. PGA Money Leaders PONTE VEDRA BEACH. Fla. (AP) - Leading money winners on tne Professional Goners Association tour after Sunday's Pleasant Valley Classic: 1. Tom Watson 1447,636 S Larry, Netton, $243,755 3 Ben Crenshaw. (216.549 4. Andy Bean. (197 743 5 Lee Trrevino. 1191.650 t Lanny Wadkms, $191,260 7.FuzzyZoelter.(l88.168 S Bruce Ueuke. $181,239 . Jerry Pate. $179 907 10 Jar Rennet, $177,132 Tries Again For 3,000-tfit BOSTON (UPI) They are old friends, fossils Fred Lynn calls them, and they will be at center stage tonight when the Boston Red Sox take on the New York Yankees in a battle for, among other things, third place in the American League East. Carl Yastrzemski, age 40, needing just one hit to become the 15th major leaguer to reach the 3,000-hit-mark. His adversary? Luis Tiant, listed age 39, a former teammate who has already lost one game this year thanks to a Yaz home run. "Won't that be a matchup?" Boston manager Don Zimmer noted. "If I were Luis, I'd throw it right down the middle. That's the-enly way I'd ever get into the Hall of Fame," said Boston pitcher Bob Stanley. "Luis will help him, they're good friends." .- Yastrzemski failed to get the ball out of the infield in four tries Monday night, but the Red Sox hung on to beat the Baltimore Orioles 3-2. The Boston captain twice stranded a runner at third with less than two out. And he left a third in scor ing position another time. "There's always the next day," Yastrzemski noted. "I might have swung at a ball every time. I probably could have been more patient. I just want to get the damned thing and get it over with." Yastrzemski, by his own admission, has been pressing to become only the 15th major league to reach the 3,000 mark. And his statistics over the past month bear, this out. In his last 19 games, he is batting 13-for-72, or about .180, more than 100 points Against NY below his lifetime average. More dramatically, the man who is fifth on he all-time list for walks (1,630) has drawn just two free passes since July 31. "I swung at some pitches I shouldn't have," said Yastrzemski, who' grounded out three times and struck out the fourth. "The crowd is one of the reasons I want to do it here. I want to deliver for them." Yastrzemski has enjoyed limited success against Orioles pitcher Dennis Martinez, getting just nine hits in 48 at-bats. A 0 j 1 1 A Lu3 '' tw L.i M I t. in L-u-Isi Xtf - (b) about Auto Loans "Shopping for a new car is more pleasant when you know where the money is coming from. That's why we offer our pre-approved auto loan. Before you start looking, decide what you want. Then phone us, or come see us. We'll get together on the money you'll need. Then, with your loan already approved, you can shop for a car instead of terms. For your pre-approved auto loan, come see Royce Lackey, Cecil Wilson or me or call us at 753-5511!" 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