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KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - Monday, November 4, 1991 9 Aggies on inside track to Cotton Bowl Timei Photo Shawn Faolie scored the winning TD for Medina. Medina gets first victory over Leakey LEAKEY — The Medina Bobcats got their first win of the season by edging the winless Leakey Eagles on Friday night. Medina first had to overcome a 13-0 Leakey lead, then held on at the end after the Eagles scored a touchdown. Leakey jumped to an early advantage in its homecoming game. Cor- nerback James Hortness picked up a fumble and raced 70 yards for a touchdown. Fullback Will Suttle scored on a 2-yard run later in the first quarter. Medina narrowed the gap to 13-6 I when Chris Lewis scored on a j 20-yard run with 3:43 left in the first half. The Bobcats gained the lead late in the third period when quarterback Cody Wells scored on a 1-yard run I and added a two-point conversion [run. | The winning score came when 1 Shawn Faglie scored on a 5-yard run tat the 8:29 mark in the final quarter. I Leakey made a bid to tie the game Ewhen J.R. Salazar connected with I tailback Hortness for a 70-yard scor- Iing pass. However, Medina stopped •Leakey's try for a two-point Iconversion. \ Medina is now 1-7 on the season • and 1-3 in district The Bobcats host D'Hanis on Friday. Bandera Downs Friday FMST RACE WIN TOME: 117.14 Of Horat Jockey Sine A Night Ltatotl, TM IdraUwnrta Sauceta, Jssst SuchlMjrdarlln HarrtsTBuck BCOND IACE WIN TIME: :47.1t Sutys Slk DttkM, Clifton T. Woman of Chok. Harris? Buck Star of Ik* Steft Uwlt, Bm THIRD RACE WIN TIME: 1:314 Imaiante Harris, Buck Tonys White Shoss Waktr, Hkky A. Gfc* Serlnt Colhso, Joras FDUKTH RACE WIN TIME: tlUl Rockartnra Boy Ltwtt, B«n Finns Sheet? Mlnthcy, Eltert Bum En Star Uballt, Danny, Jr. nrra RACE WIN TIME-, -.su Ont Quarter let McHarew, Tanny Brandon B. ColouoTjoras American Prlnccsi Qulntanlat, Tot KTH RACE WIN TIME: :]7.4I Ook Bar Count Mlnctey, Alterl LfcUum Mason, Chad A. Walton Bar Edboa, Randy EVENTH RACE WIN TIME: :4tat Rockyfon Wsksr, Rkky A. Blonk Hero Qulalanlla, Jot Moon River Rascal Saucodt, Jesse EIGHTH RACE WIN TIME: 1:11.4 Far Trie Tad Leatett Carey Loo Brown, D*>M Francisco Pent Mason, Chad A. WTH RACE WIN TIME: :I7.«J MI|h|y_Te*u Doc Campbell, Awr< ru§ Oik UvtrfM, Danny Tabasea rinsy Jot Bobbin, Danny R. TENTH RACE WIN TIME: UlU Baiatr Kill Colbso, Jons AlUmo Muon, ChsiA. IMnm AMCM Mlncntj, Elborl Saturday NINTH RACE 01 Horn Wallow UUk Man TENTH RACE WIN TIME: 1:3X1 Fast History Harris, Buck Bonne's wf» Uatett, T»« Cemaacht Indian Wonnan, The ELCVCNTH RACE WIN TIME: MM Blake Mountain Harris, Buck Jelta Fen Man Chant, Isaac For Sister U'erane, Danny TWELFTH RAO WIN TIME: IdU Cocklebw Vt Mason, Chid A. Brown, De»M McHarnw, Tsmmj THIRTEENTH RACE WIN TIME: :»41 Slnakw Victory Until, Tad Let the Bla Dot Eat Wunasit, Jeff Fort Knot Junior ' ^^ - FOUITEENTH RACE Clank Irary ECONO RACE UEEDEBS CUP SPE1NT WIN TIME: 1:11.1 jock,, Colltu, Jorei Knlclil 's But Oukk Cabin UMTBM, Dunj WIN TIME: I:H Brown, B»«t* r tfnfffctll. Dinnr >*uiac«iirt, Fnuk Boeyn Oaacsr 1REKDERS CUP JUVENILE THUU> RACE riLUES flesaMl Slaat USelt W FOURTH RACE IRCEIMERS CUP DUTAFF Danes taarUsy Vmalttss Tr«tl» BrevaM To MM HrTH gACE BREEDERS CUP MILS OBMUIHJ Vuv Vil Ds? Beta Mar of Cnsi«n» SIXTH RACE BREEDERS CUP JUVENILE Ant •*Uwo> SEVENTH RACE 8Bk'tl>lf»> CVt TUBJT Mto Allaase W itflffinf Ftr Faaw EIGHTH RACE BBEEOEBS Cur CLASSIC •lack Us ABalr (AP)—Texas A&M doesn't have a lot of time to relish its new role as Southwest Conference frontrunner. The No. 12 Aggies travel to Fort Worth for a Thursday night ESPN game against Texas Christian. Given the climate in college athletics, some coaches have questioned the value of Thursday night football games that force players to miss class. "That argument probably is not that big ... because all other sports: basketball, baseball, they regularly miss classes," Aggies coach R.C. Slocum said. "This will be the only time our players miss all season." "My thoughts are if they give us $650,000 to play the game, we'll play it any ntght they want," said TCU coach Jim Wacker. The Aggies are 6-1 overall, 4-0 in the SWC. The Homed Frogs are 6-2 and 3-2, assured of only their fourth winning season in the last 30 years, but have a rash of injuries at quarterback and defensive tackle. Both teams worked out in sweats Sunday, normally an off-day, and planned little or no contact work during the short week. "I'm really, really concerned about this game," Slocum said. "They're 6-2" and might have been 7-1 but for a 22-21 loss to Arkansas last month after holding a 21-0 lead. With Arkansas losing 9-5 to No. 21 Baylor Saturday, the Aggies emerged as the only unbeaten team in the league, thumping Rice 38-21. Texas Christian assured itself of its first winning season since 1984 with a 18-10 victory over Southern Methodist, its 23rd straight SWC defeat Butch Hadnot ran for a career- high 166 yards and two touchdowns as Texas beat Texas Tech 23-15. Next week, Arkansas (5-3, 4-1) visits Texas Tech (3-5, 2-3); Rice (3-5,1-4) visits SMU (1-7,0-6); and Texas (4-3,3-1) visits Houston (2-5, 1-3). Slocum said the Aggies will have to bus to Fort Worth after Wednesday night's practice, giving the Frogs the edge. Wacker said the Aggies will gain from TCU's decimated defensive line. Both agreed the short week was to nobody's benefit. "Normally, you've got that full week to get over those little bumps and bruises ... We'll have to have limited contact in practice," Slocum said. Wacker said the banged up Frogs, with five defensive tackles sidelined, were without time or method to prepare for A&M's running game. "It is scary. We don't have time to heal up." swc ROUNDUP After TCU, ihc Aggies play three games, all at home. "I like the fact that we are the only undefeated team," Slocum said. "And I think the important thing for us to keep in mind is that it only takes one week — and in this case, less than a week — to become one of the teams with a loss." Arkansas became one Saturday, losing its final SWC game at Razorbacks Stadium in Faycttcvillc. Quarterback JJ. Joe's 1-yard touchdown run in the first quarter stood up for a 9-5 victory, knocking the Razorbacks from first place in the SWC and out of The AP Top 25. "This is going to be a very difficult game to get over," said coach Jack Crowe of Arkansas, which is leaving for the Southeastern Conference next year. "We didn't want Arkansas to play in our Cotton Bowl,'' said Baylor defensive tackle Santana Dotson. Baylor coach Grant Teaff was sorry to see the last of Arkansas, which had risen to No. 24 on its farewell tour. "It's the end of 70 years of football and that saddens me greatly," Teaff said. Baylor (7-2, 4-2) was the fifth straight SWC team to outgain Arkansas, but the first to win. The Bears were watched by representatives of the Liberty, Peach, Copper and Independence bowls. At Houston, Aggies quarterback Bucky Richardson gained 359 total yards against Rice. The Aggies took a 28-14 halftime lead on Richardson's runs of 1 and 6 yards, a 6-yard run by Greg Hill and Kevin Smith's 71-yard punt return, the longest punt return for a touchdown in the SWC this year. At Austin, Robert Hall guided the Red Raiders 74 yards to the Texas 13 in the final minute, but Byron Hooper dropped a pass in the end zone and Texas broke up three passes to preserve the victory. Hadnot, a sophomore, scored twice in the second half on runs of 26 and 34 yards. At Fort Worth, TCU defensive end Roosevelt Collins and defensive backs Steve Reed and Edward Galaviz made critical fourth-quarter plays to help the Horned Frogs beat SMU 18-10. Times Photo by Ken Schmidt Longhorn standout Texas Longhorn running back Butch Hadnot gets ready to run over a Texas Tech defender Hadnot rushed for a career-high 166 yards as the Longhoms took a crucial 23-15 victory. It was an outstanding performance tor the sophomore running back, who has been slowed by injuries this season. Times Scoreboard NFL standings By The Associated Pratt All Times CST AMERICAN CONFERENCE Buffalo N.Y. Jets Miami New England Indianapolis Houtton Cleveland Pittsburgh Cincinnati Denver Kansas dry LA Raiders Seattle San Diego East W L 8 1 5 4 4 S 3 6 0 8 Central 7 2 4 5 3 6 1 8 WAV* ffiJW 7 2 8 3 6 4 5 4 1 8 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pet. PF PA .888 267 187 .658 176 1S6 .444 ISO 187 .333 115 165 .000 61 203 .778 244 121 .444 167 172 .333 169 181 .111 133 262 .778 176 142 .667 180 116 .868 156 169 .556 178 125 .111 154 207 Utah Mlnnattta D «««» Golden Stata 1 1 SCO 1 0 1 MO na ^ 0 Z .000 2 Padffc Dlvalon 2 0 1 000 — . NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eat! ^ W L T Pet. PF PA WathlngUMi 900 1.000 264 108 Oallat 6 3 0 .667 187 177 N.Y. Qlantt 4 4 0 .600 131 130 Photnf* 4 6 0 .400 122 204 Philadafcnia 3 6 0 .375 103 116 Central Chicago 7 2 0 .778 147 138 D«nn 6 3 0 .667 176 184 Minnwou. 6 6 0 .500 182 162 Green Bay 2 7 0 .222 126 144 Tampa Bay 180 .111 93 191 WM New Orteant 8 1 0 .889 198 97 Atlanta 6 4 0 .666 169 166 San Francitco 4 6 0 .444 201 135 LA Ramt 3 6 0 .333 161 208 Sunday* Garnet Atlanta 17. San Frandtco 14 Cincinnati 23, Cleveland 21 Chicago 20, Detroit 10 New York Jets 19. Oman Bay 16, OT Wathlngton 16. Houtton 13, OT Buffalo 22. New England 17 Minnesota 28, Tune* Bay 13 Dallat 27, Phoenii 7 New Orleans 24, Lot Anoele* Ramt 17 Miami 10. IndanapOM 6 Denver 20, Pittsburgh 13 OPEN DATE: Kaniat City. Lot AngekM Rattan. San Diego, Seattle ^^ Monday 1 * Game New York Glanu at Phladekihla. 8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10 Atlanta at Wathlngton, noon Buffalo w. Green Bay at Milwaukee, noon Dallat at Houtton. noon Detroit at Tamp* Bay, noon Indianapolis at New York Ml. noon Philadelphia at Cleveland, noon Pfctburgh at Cincinnati, noon San Franduo at New Orleans, noon Kaniat City at Lot Angeles Ran*. 3 p.m. Lot AngelM Raldert af Denver. 3 p.m. New York Oiami at Phoanh, 3 p.m. Seattle at San Diego. 3 p.m. New England at Miami 7 pm Monday. Nov. 11 Chicago at Minnesota, 8 p.m. NBA standings By The Associated Pratt All Timet CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Dlvdton W L Pet. GB Orlando Washington Miami New Jersey Boston Nw York Phlladetihla 1 1 .800 1 U Lakers 1 1 .600 1 Portland » 1 .soo I Sacramento 1 1 .600 1 Seattle 0 2 .000 2 Saturdays Games Orlando 122. Phlladatohia 115 Detroit 88. Atlanta 87 Indiana 127. Utah 112 Wathlngton 126, Boston 118. OT Miami 107, New York 93 New Jersey 116, Charlotte 108 LA Lakers 114, Dallas 113, OT Milwaukee 108, Chicago 107 Denver 108. Houtton 101, OT Photnl* too. Portland 76 LA Clbpen 106. Cleveland 105 Golden State 153, Sacramento 91 Sunday^ Game San Antonio 108. Seanle 88 Monday's Garnet No games scheduled North Carolina 24, Maryland 0 Tennessee 52, Memphis SL 24 Virginia 42, VMI 0 MIDWEST Ball SL 10, Ohio U. t Bowling Green 17, Miami, Ohio 7 Return Yardt Comp-Att-Int Sacked-Yardt Lost Punla Fumblee-Lott Penatlet-Ywdt Time of Possession 2540 64 15-34-2 0-0 6-27 1-1 3420 29 17-23-2 4-26 4-50 2-0 1-5 Milwaukee at New York, 630 p.m. Philadelphia at Wathlngton. 630 p.m. Utah at Atlanta. 630 pm Charlotte at Detroit. 630 pm Boston at Miami, 7 pm Golden Stale at Chicago, 730 pm Cleveland at Dalai. 730 pm Portland at Houtton, 730 pm Indiana at Phoenix. 830 pm Sacramento at Seattle, a pm San Antonio at Denver. 830 pm LA Clippers at LA Lakers. 830 pm AP top 25 poll By The AiMclated Preat Indiana 34, Minnesota 8 Iowa It, Ohio SL 9 Iowa SL 23, Missouri 21 Kent 14, Toledo 13 Michigan 42, Purdue 0 Northwestern If, Michigan SL 13 Notre Dame 31, Navy 0 SOUTHWEST Baylor 9, Arkansas 5 Kansas 31, Oklahoma SL 0 Oklahoma 21, Kansas SL 7 Texa« 23, Texat Tech IS Texas A&M 38, Rice 21 Texas Christian 18, Southern Meth. 10 Tuba 13, Southern Miss. 10 FAR WEST Arizona 45, Oregon SL 21 California 52, Southern Cal 30 Colorado 19, Nebraska 19, lie New Mexico 34, Air Force 32 New Mexico St. 35, Cal SL-Fullerton 12 Pacllk V. 51, Long Beach Su 24 San Diego SL 24, Wyoming 22 San Jose St 55, UNLV 12 Stanford 33, Oregon 13 UCLA 44, Washington SL 3 Utah SL 20, Fresno SL 19 Washington 44, Arizona SL 1* Oilers-Redskins = ,cu . INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-PhoenlK. Johnson 1949 Tupa 3-14 Centers 1-6, Thompson 1 -0. Dalai, Smith 22-62, Blake' 942 .Johnston 3-19, Alkman 1-(irtnot 2). 11 Ti *" iM «* i Fred Couplet. $41,067 Davit Love III, $36,800 Andrew Mao.ee, $36,800 Scott Hocri. 137200 Payne Stewart, $37,200 Lanny WadKlni. $36.000 MarK Brooks. (34,800 Paul Azinger. $34,900 72-73-66-78—289 72-72-75-71-290 74-72-70-74—290 69-76-76-71—291 69-76-75-71—291 74-73-72-73—292 78-72-71-72—293 6948-78-78-293 ...... Chicago DavoT Indiana Atlanta Charlotte Cleveland 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 Central Division 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 fXUO 1 .500 2 .000 2 .000 o ;.ooo 1 .500 1 .500 1 .500 1 XXX) 2 .000 2 .000 — 1/2 1/2 1 2 2 — 1 1 1 11/2 2 2 _ firet'olapa volet In paremhett*. reoordt through Nov. 2. Wai potato based on2SBc*itthxarirtt-plaoe vote through one port tort 25th- place vote, and previous ranking: Record °** Lk — 1. Florida Si (53) jawr* 4. Michigan 5. Notre Damt & Florida 7. Callomla a Alabama 8. Perm St. 10. kwa 11. Nebraska ia Tanas A*M 13. Tameetee 14. Colorado 15. Ctomton 16. East Carolina 17. Syracuse ta N. Carolna St. 19 One St. 20. Oklahoma 21. Baylor 22. UCLA 23. 24. 26. "w^"* 5.^. i f « — Other receiving votes: Tulta 26. Bngnam Young 22, Stanlord 16. Illinois 14. Arkansas 11, Tanas Chntiwi e. Air Force 6. Boating Green 6. MistlMfepl Si. 5. Frtano St. 2, Georgia Tech 1. College football »J The Ajtoclatad Fre* CAST i CoHeM 31, PUuburga 9*0 8-OO 7-OH) 7-1-0 8-1-0 7-1-0 7-1-0 7-1-0 7-2-0 7-1-0 H-l 6-1-0 5-2-0 5-2-1 5-1-1 7-1-0 7-M 7-1-0 6-2-0 6-2-0 7-2-0 6-2-0 6-2-0 6-2-1 6-2-1 1.492 1 1.413 3 1.413 2 1,314 4 1.238 S 1.210 « 1.073 10 1,060 7 1.004 8 969 11 884 9 861 12 770 14 666 15 624 16 581 17 502 18 468 18 403 13 388 20 334 21 268 23 27222 79 74 — 0607 0-13 337 3—16 Second Quarter Wat-FG Lohmtler 21, *8. Hou-FG HowtleU 24. 13:00. Hou-FG Howlleld 23. 14:57. Third Quarter Wat-FG Lohmtler 2ft 14:40. Fourth Quarter Wat-Bynar 23 run (Lohmmer kick). :50. Hou-Whte 1 run (Howfield kick). 13:18. Overtime Wat-FG Lohmiky 41. 401. A-55.086. RECEIVING-Phoenh, Proehl 4-47, Hit 4-40, Centeri 4-28, Jordan 2-12, Reevee 1-3. Dallas Novaoak H7 BlaV'l 5 ! """* 3 "* 71 Smlth 3 ' 1 MISSED FIELD GOALS-None. Spurs-Sonics SAN ANTONIO (106) Cumrrtnfli 5-12 W13, EIWI4.10 64 13. Robinson 12-18 9-12 33, Anderson 7-123-4 17. AJohnton 2-4 4-58, Garrlck 2-3044. Carr 5-101-111, Green 1 -3 0-0 2, Prettey 1-3 04 3, Sutlon 1-1 0-0 2. TotaJt 40-77 25-32 106. SEATTLE (98) Cage 2-3 0-04, McKey 8-14 7-823, Benjamin 4-71-2 8, Peyton 3-8M6, Pleroe4-127-fl16,McMllan 3-53-3 9. E.Johnson 6-21 3-4 21, Barrot 6-10 0-0 tO.Totali 37-81 21-25 98. San Antonio 29 27 20 30—106 Seattle 23 26 22 25— 98 3-Pohl goals—San Antonio 1 -3 (Prettey 1 -1, Robki- son 0-1, Anderson 0-1), Seattle 3-13 (E.Johnson 2-8, Pierce 1-3, McUllan 0-2). Fouled out-Benjarrin. Rebounds—San Antonio 46 (Robinson 7), Seattle 46 (Cage 9). Assists—San Antonio 31 (Anderson 10), Seattle 20 (McMilan 10). Total fouk—San Antonio 27, Seattle 25. A-NA. Tour Championship PNEHURST.N.C.<AP)- mgt ol the $2 rnUkm Tour ' Hou Wat Fktt downs 16 19 Rushes-yards 16-26 35-1&4 Pattino 242 195 Return Yardt 21 38 CorHR-An-lnl 26-44-2 21-34-1 Sacked-Yardt Lot! 1-8 CM) Puntt 542 440 Furrtolet-Lott 2-1 3-3 Penaliet-Yardt 3-20 8-69 Time ol Possession 26:34 37:07 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Houtlon. wn*e 11-14. Moon 3-6. Pink•«12-8- Washington, Byner 21-1 \2. Ervint 9-43. Riggt 3-0, Ryplen 2-(minut i). w PASSWG-Houtlon, Moon 25-44-2-250. Washington. Rvpien 21-34-1-196. RECEIVING—Hou&lon. Hil 9-83, White 5-46 M- Ites 4-37. Givlnt 2-20, P.Jones 2-20. Duncan 1-23. °--"B 1-11, Harm MO. Washington. Mo* 8-62. 6-76. Sanders 5^6. Ervtns 1-6. Byner 1-5. "—™ • •»• »••*»*•••» V-+9. CIVHe* I-O, DJrTW 1-0. r JB. MISSED FIELD GOALS-Houtton. BCMfield 33. ' PENNH «-Cralg Sadler. $360,000 Ruts Cochran. (216,000 John Daly, 1138.000 Bruce UeUKe, 186.000 Chip Beck. 171.000 Noian Henka. S71,000 Jim Gallagher, (71,000 Nick Price, (71,000 Steve Eklngton. 160.000 Corey Pavn. (S4.000 Ian Baker-Finch. (S4.000 Jett Sbman. (54.000 Ted Schute. (46.467 .Jay Don Blake. (46.467 Bily Andrade. (46.467 D.A. Weteing. (41,087 Mark O'Meara, (41.067 68^8-72-71-278 68-76-86-70-282 72-70-72-71—286 88-70-74.72-286 71-74-60-71-285 7M7-75-73-285 69-75-71-71—286 74-68-72-72-287 68-76-71-72-287 74-71-68-73—287 70-71-7^72-288 88-72-74-73-288 73-74-68-73—288 71-73-74-71—288 72-72-72-73-288 BRAKE JOB *39.95 par axle) + parts PDQ MASTERLUBE Transactions Weekend Sporto Tnnactlons By The Associated Prta BASEBALL American League CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Announced they would not exercbe the 1992 option on Carllon Ftsk, catcher. Exercised the 1992 option on Charlie Hough, pitcher. MINNESOTA TWINS—Announced they would not curette the 1992 option on Junior Or- Uz, catcher. National League MONTREAL EXPOS—Named Kevin MaJoiw scouting director. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Eiercbed the 1«91 option on Ouk Smith, shortstop. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association DALLAS MAVERICKS—Signed Doug Smith, forward, to • 4-year contract. Placed Herb WHIIami, forward, on the Injured Hit. DENVER NUGGETS—Placed Anthony Cook, forward, on the Injured list Signed Walter Davis, guard. GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS—Signed Billy Owens, forward, to a 7-year contract FOOTUALL National Football League BUFFALO BILLS—Activated Jeff Wright, nost tackle, from Injured rettrve. Waived Keggte Rogers, defensive end. The Problem NAIL FUNGUS The Solution FUNGI NAIL Try this safe, simple, effective remeJy for the symptoms of embarrassing nail fungus. Fungi Nail* fights thick, split, discolored nails. Two powerful anti- fungal agents fight infection on toctuiU and fingernails and work to eliminate the actual fungus. Easy to apply as nail polish. No prescription needed. Do you use Artificial Nails? Then you should use Fungi Nail* lo prevent the nail fungus associated with artificial nails Avtiltble at your pharmacy or have them contact Kramer Laboratories. 8778 S.rV. 8 St.. Miami. Ft. 33174 andcrfastt 41, Am y 16 Ma*. San Antonio Denver Houston WESTERN CONFERENCE MK*MI Division W L Pet. GB 2 0 1.000 — i I 500 I 1 1 .SOO l ----- ._ U, MtafctlMil SL 7 CkaMOB 21, Wakt Fw»l U tart Carolina «, Tuluc 21 FlarUa 91, Auburn U Florida SL 40, UutevlUc 1$ Georgia Teca 17, Duat « Kentucky M, Oadaaall IT Lit 1 IS, Mnatabd U N. Carqslaa SL BTsowa Canada 21 Cards-Cowboys Phoenii 070 0— 7 Dallat 1007 10 — 27 First Quarter Dal—FQ Wits 36, 2:13. Dal—Srmh 3 rcn (Wills Kick). 1023. Second Quarter Pho—Johnson 1 run (Davit kick). 8.49. Third Ouanar D*—Smwt 1 run (Wins kUg. 6£0. Fourth Quarter Dal—FQ Wtlit 27, &D0. Dal—Smtn 3 run (Wilts KioK), 11 $3. A-6I.1BO. F«« oowns Ruihe* yaid> Pho Oal 16 22 24-108 36-121 130 166 PREVENT OAK WILT FROM KILLING YOUR LIVE OAKS. 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