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^TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1950 Shows Signs Of Regaining 194 8 Form; Cards Win ' By the Auteiatcd Prm Johnny Sain, ace Boston'Braves pitcher, no longer had a Koreless-inning streak to boast about today. Nevertheless J«!L bl f rl ? ht J )ander « ives Promise of regaining his brilliant 1948 form. . • « .- Th , e , 8tra PP in « 200-pounder sparked the Braves to the ^,,'1" ~A e ?£? e iF Cn "™!' tw °5 easo »s ago' when, he won 24 . M3Y batters and walking 83. Minnesota Bids For'51 NCAA Cage Tourney CHICAOO, April 4. <ft~ Minncs')- t.i, celebrating Its centennial year In 1951, has entered strong overtures for the NCAA basketball championship' tovrney next March The Gophers' bid. br.c^"- 1 bv ru?r- antecd acccmmodations In a n?>vv and one of Ire nation's f'i>-st. fta]-l- hoiise 1 ;. iviu be cons.'derc'l tid"*' bv f-e NCAA's Executive Conimlttce. B->xin^ toiirney sites and ^itp-s also mav be considered for 1051. Minnes-trTs request has b?cn filed wifh ihc Advisory Tournev Coni- mitlen headed by Dutch I/MiborR, new director of athletics (it KRIISHS, If successf-l. the move would sliift the NCAA litle plry out of NPW York's Madison Stiuarc GarrTen and center it In the midwest for the last year. Hindered by a sore ami and seeing less action, the Arkansas moundsman had a record oi 10 and 17. - • i With the same Braves In 1947, he had a 21-12 mark and, In 1346, it was 20 and 14. Runt String lo IB •- Johnny stretched his string of scoreless innings'to 18 yesterday by blanking the toush Tigers ' from Detroit in the : (irst inning of a game at Lakeland/ Pla.. won b.v the Braves, 6-4 : . Sain /frally was nicked for a run In the second; Inning. In cti. he worked five innings, gave three runs and seven ; hits before being replaced in the-s'lxHi by Vein Bick- fcrd. ' :• The Red Sex. Boston's nUhly respected American League representative-, drcppcd their seventh Ki'mc in their last eight starts ny finishing on the-n-rbn't end of a 5-» tus- «!e with the St. Louts Cardinals For the Cards, It meant the enc of a six-same losing ch^in. They were outhit. 13 to 8. but one of the Card blows was 'Rrcky Nelson*. 5 ; Inside-the-park round tripper with Harry .Walker on base in the fourth inning. Saigh Likes Miller ^Frcd Saigh, Cardinal president. ij^jealed la^t nieht that he would like to si^n Eddie * M'Her. veteron Infieldcr recently dropped by the PhiladelohU Phillies. , Stopping off In Atlanta. Git. . his wav to St. Lo'ulsvsaigri said. "I hope we can Bet Miller. If he does con'e with us it will bolster oiir infield a great deal,.Miller can pive • relief to Marly Marion at'shortstop or he can move over in place oi R°d Schoendfenst at second bare." Sais-h did not sav whe'her-finv actual move to land Miller had been made. Colleoions Bcot Crack Negro Five CLEVELAND. Anril 4. (^ Har- l°m's famed Globetrotters and the Collesrc All-Amerlcaris were tied at '- one-all today their 18-game . bns"c»tb!ill tour. PlayiriR on a slippery.-swpat f "'*r •»o'r' that caused rninheroiis spills „ ., collecians led all thi> way list nicht and romrjed to a 66-58 victory 1 The two teams meet "aeain tonight In Indlananolls. The" Globetrotters, who hnve suffered only three losses In ISO frames this season, won tn- opening contest In Chicago, 68-47. ' Bloodhounds-Bombers Tilt Tickets on Sale Tickets to the Arkansas .Blood- •hounc's-St. Louis Bombers bssket- ball game to be played In Holland High School gymnasium tomorrow afternoon have been olaced on sale :at Ktrby's Drur; Store. Main and Broadway, for the benefit of Bly- thevlile fans. ' Due to the slse of the Holland gym onlv », limited number of tickets will he. made Bvallable here. it wns announced. The game is .scheduled for 2:30 tomorrow afternoon. Israel Has Problem Of Helping Farmers TIBERIAS. Israel — (x*>— The .Israeli government is being asked -to loan $500,0:0 to owners of bnn- J|na plantations and ve-;et-We ^ro.vers in'the Galilee district The growers were hard-hit by the rec- crd-ljrc3k!n<! jnowstorms a"-1 cold wave which affected the T'lerlas r--a i>rd ri] of jsrae) earlv in " first time. Although Minnesota would like lo have the basketball chamnlnnsnip showdown. Its application for consideration calls for only some pnrt in the NCAA tourney series. Other rhan the finale, that would mean the western or eastern division playoffs, firmly established In Kansas City and New York. rRsoectlvdy. It is donbtf-'l these would be transferred, but the rennest for the title F«me' itself may be discussed, if ohlv for next year. The Executive •Commltter- meeting touches off t^ree days of NCAA business to be climaxed tomorrow .and Thursday by a s»vdv of its sanity code by representatives of 19 conferences. i Recommendations are to be "made to make tlie code which sh^rnly.re^ slrlcts recruiting, more pliable. Hugh Willett, aMociation .president, announced the names of a three - man screening committee which will codlfv nroposnls for changes in the NCAA's "sanity" code. They are Earle Davis. knnKi* State faculty representative; H. P. Everest, University of Washington facult.v renresentative. and George L. Rider, Miami (Ohio) University director of nhysical education.' Everest is 'cl 1 airman; ; All are members of the NCAA's'policy making coun- M '••-. / .-• .-.;...:.•,-« -,=-,.,.,. -..,,, -.- (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS G OF IWO-Hwt ftcrs. Dctioit T.ge.s outflBlde, Ls out at second base as Johnny Groth lilt into a double play in Oth Inn'm E of game with St. Lou:s Cards at LrlWand. Fla. Saturday. Cardinals SKOKd beseman RcJ EC: =encTi:nst tf.rcws to first in time to get Grolh aft:r taking threw fr:m third baseman Solly Hen-us, , A P V/lrephoto) jFrisch Is Devermhed Fo • Start with Rookies . Yesterday's Rfsulls Boston (N) 6. Detroit (A) 4 Springfield (IL) 7,' Washington A^ 4 • Cincinnati (N) 6. New York (A) St. Louis (N) S, Boston (A) 4 Cleveland (A) 5. New York (N) 3 Philadelphia (N) at New Orleans (8A), rain Chicago (A) 9. fit. Lor!s.(A1 5- Today's Schedule Chicago (A) vs. Austin at Austin Tex. (night) Detroit (A) vs New York (A) at 5t. Petersburg. Fla.- Baltimore (Int.) vs Philadelphia (A) at West Palm B-vich, Fla. St. Louis (N) vs' Boston (N) Bradenton. Fl«. Brooklyn (N) . vs. Houston at Ho"ston, Tex. St. Louis (A) vs Chicaso (N) at Inrpiis Chrisfi. Tex. (night) Cincinnati (N) vs Atlanta at Atlanta, Ga. Cleveland (A) vs New York (N) at San Antonio, Tex. ' Philadelphia (N) vs New Orleans it New Orleans, La. Brooklyn (N) (B) vs Pensacola at Pensncola. FJa. <nlght) T hen ni-.iitat'rn owiie-s r-;i;m-l-d t'-i- l';--s .-'--e afover r .'09.C:o. Xrny l--ivnr. fees wr-re destroyed by strong wind and snows orm;. The tor.into, mitnlo and veg- ctrble crmis gci-rally wsre wiped out causing a severe shortage of such commodities in the Israeli mirket. 'Point Four" Aid Bill Studied by Committee , PASHINOTON, April 4. (/!')—A snrMlfisd bill authorizing "point four" technical aid for backward areas of the world was ready yes- terdpy for study by the Senate Foreign riclatinns Committee. Committee aides snid the bill would authorize a maximum outlay of S45.000.000 In the year beginning July i. The House has passed a foreign aid bill contntnins! a S25.COO,000 "point four" provision who really appreciate firm, bourbon prefer the distinctive Rarer, distilled and aged into OLD FITZGERALD by genuine sour math methods «ince 1870. To rliscorrr the key to Mtisfaction, call for OLD FITZ. KtNTUCKY iTHAICHT Klllltn By Gayle Talbot PHOENIX, Ariz., April 4. (/Pj_ Frankie Prlsch refuses to weaken jn his dstcrminalion to start his Chicago Cubs oft with a juvenile in- Beld in this year's National League "Those guys we had last year couldn't win," lie says, reasonably You can't finish any worse than lust. I'm going to go with the kids until they show me they can't do any belter." Tlie Cubs housecieanlng has been most thorough. Only two men remain of the 1015 team which won the pennant and lost to Detroit in Ihe-World S-ries -Andy Pafko and Phil Cavarrettn. Pafko is scl to start in ccnterfleld "gam. but Cavarrctta, al 33, will ftnd himself reduced to utility duty in the outflcld and at first ba.se if Prison's brave new infield holds up. Three of the Infield designers were in tlie minor leagues this time a year ago. Preston Ward 22 was first-basing for Port Worth In the Texas League; Wayne Tcrwilli- ger, 23, wns holding down second for Los Angeles of the Pacific Coast League, and Bill Serema, 23, was at third for Dallas of the Texas Learvue Only Roy Smaiicy, 23 and bulict- irmed, survives at shortstop of the Inne'd, which started out under Charlie Grimm • last spring. He Is lie standout young player' on ' the club. • • Ward Is Ready • Ward, who started out with Bfook- tyn back In '48. had a fine year with Port Worth, batting .303 and knocking in 112 runs. He is a polished man around the bng, and Prisch Is convinced he's ready. Terwflliger Is of rather slight build ana gives little promise of Important hitting, but he Is n slick fielder and should team with Snial- j , ° r a sizilbl ? cr °P of double .Serena before Joining tlie Cute late inst season, compiled a 281 Average for Dallas and slammed 28 homeruns, third highest In the Tex- -aguc. Ransom Jackson, a lone- hitting rookie from Oklahoma City, and Hob RamnzzoU. obtained from Brooklyn, jusl about complete the infield possibilities. /The outfield could have nrcttv good power, Pafko fell off.to .281 last year but he wns over .300 each of «ie two previous seasons. Hank 5auer. who will play left, clou ted 31 homers for Cincinnati and the Cubs Inst year and knocked in 99 runs iTOc t* 1 ' " - 378 clllbter fr <>rn 'at a tussle for the HirMfi.u I I Hush and Walt Dublcl from last year, the veterans Johnny Van- rlermcer and Dill Volselle, obtained respectively from Cincinnati and Boston, and little else that Frlsch can count upon. Two French Mfddlewe'sghts Point at Title PHILADELPHIA. April 4 OT _ 'Jake La Motta better dust off his French dictionary—the boys from Pans are gunning for his middleweight crown. • The boy.s—belter known H s Hobert Villemain and Laurent Dau- Ihuille—registered impressive wins last night, one in Philadelphia and the other in Pittsburgh. Villemain, who made it known In French, of course—that he intends to carry La Motta's title-back to Paris, took a unanimous 10- round decision from Philadelphia's Otis Graham. Dauthuille, blond puncher who has been working out of Montreal since.-he came to ihis side of the Atlantic last -year, kayocri . Pittsburgh's Charley (Zivlo) Affif in the ninth round of their scheduled 10- rounder. :Villemafn. who weighed 158',i to Graham's 156, give the Philadelphia Negro a boxing lesson with his weaving, bobbing style. Only vliiemain's lack of punching power kept the fight going the distance. Dauthuille showed tiic same sort of mastery over Afflf, although the Pittsburgh middleweight displayed some farm in rocking the Frenchman with a sharp left in the fourth round. ASTC Nine Beofen CONWAY. Ark., April 4. W—Dick Kocksena pitched the University of Iowa to a 13-3 victory over the Arkansas State Teachers College baseball team here yesterday. ritchlnit Fair H \ > u? BCn assurc '' i tlle Cubs solid catching, despite his 34 years nnd unlinppy experience in the late h£ f ? U '" gue ' Frlsch nt icns t hns hopes for Carl SawnUki a plano- -Lounder who hit 360 mc nins. /or Nashville. l 81th '° r two 5tral « ht 3 ! ***<**" , miln knows that , " Schmlti! 's one of the hest workmen in the league, yet is.v,on-lost mark Just year was 11". Bock of hi mas starters are Bob RASTER FLOWERS BLVTHF.VILI.r, FLOWER MART Memphis Hfway Pb«ae 699 Really' Announcement Etlectlve March 1, l»5t SHIRLEY HIPP b the ne* ct>nsl|rn« f»i Mognolla Petroleum Co. Rlflheville. Ark. Phone 4091 It N'o Answrr, CftD* 740 G^iesedieck Bros. Schheiter Fired From PGA Staff Tournament Bureau Manager is Ousted In Heat of Revolt BY Charle* Chamberlain CHICAGO, April 4. (/Pi—The' Pro fesstonnl Golf Assoclntlon mralte today the aftermath of Its thins o George Eclmcllcr us to"rnnmcn bureau manager. Open revolt o headline golfers from the pnrent or gni'lzullon may follow In tile wake Sclmeiter came lo Chlcngn yes terday as a nlavcr-rcurcsciHullw; t meet with PGA officials 'innlitilln Joe Novak, president, Hnrto Smith, secretary; Tom Crnnf. excr I'tli'c "secretary; p'-rry Moffitl o Toledo, treasurer, and snvcral mem bers of 'he advisory touriuimen sponsors' group. RebnciUr was fired oulrhhl a th" close of the cession, reported) occavse lie negotiated the slnnlni of Pcy tlio -Ivi tit- n-i cor; oi"< —. .... .,.. .->:.-.i,nuv^tl U.'L SPMlln cmHrncIs fir (lie summer tour ' lO"r v!l.)i«"t coiimH" POA an .•iiatlon. Officials S9M he wa •n n cbai't-c to resjfrn. BUI nnonr 'v Ftf-ni>|t,i r ;.B iiifvlni; pro Iron •^ v-,, <?<••< |Vni"o,| b-T-M i"- I'l I""! B-v-er-ti-pr Fn>-VH- Or >». st— ri )>is pinmid. until tielnp ^ ( i'l w't>iont reservation. cJi" '" asc "'° m ' c '"" l r c Is "If. <"• r>n crmiinvrn fat Sionoo per vcar of the POA. I cn?i now sfnirt n. "'-vr-pi. Mv r».-mf s »<.j j,, no'iTI'atls. f--»~--v nnswer to the ptnver prob Icms." " nac'i^rt by Sl.irs It is nurcttin-ltle today Just how m-ch force Sr-'>nn|( nr ji ns behind him. The lest Is yet to crnie. As h'v H bari-rd bv a "Rni'crnlnit'body'' <M stars who swk Icnislative power -•f tnurnem»nt soli throi-eh snon- firship contract si-niii*. co-Krol o f"nH 5 nnd otlinr arlmhiistrativc. functions now dlctifcd bv POA i, coiicf.stfrtf r ( r-mtit,- v c |,,f !J™;jJ(wcsentIn(r 3 districts In the TVe ril'-vlp* ttroun |ncl'-dcs virtually «n the title and money winning bin shots of the KaniP—Sum «ncad. Llovd M-"!irv"ni. Ben Hoian Cory Mlrlillnco/f, Clnyt-n Hcafner Johnny Palmer and others. •Whether they deo,<-'.> to continue us a scrnrntc unit of the PGA i»>- Jcr Schnoitcr's guidance In revolt- like fashion remains lo lie seen A meeting of the POA officialdom and tl'r nlaycrs Is hcinu con- templaLcd following the Auijvsta masters' tourney Thursday through Sunday. Until the PRA meets with the olaynrs themselves in an.attempt lo construct- an agreeable tourney pro- sram. nn assurance can lie made officially (hat fvtnre meets will be conducted as contracle-!. This Includes - the national PGA ' tourney '"ne 20-27 at Columb-'s, o., where Mayor j^mcs A. Rhodes declared the reported split in the 'n 'has bc»ri hcnlerl, 'the snonsor's plans for tlie meet can be cop-Hcrcd .carc-Mfd anrt. a gunr- antec of $40,000 withdrawn Opens with V/in FAyRTTEVILLE. Ark.. Anril 4 O-l — The Universitv of Arkansas opened its 1050 baseball season by lefenling Washington University at St. Louis. 10-10, here ycslcrdry. The game,-played on a muddy ield and In high wind, was called at the end of six Innings because of rain and darkness. Pitcher Jack Shawgo'.i two-run homer started a 13-ri'n Arkansas ipr'sing in the second inning. The two teams were to play an- ott-er came here today, weather permitting. Britain is developing crocodile hide production in East Africa. iossuis SA¥£ Your Temper 2nd Screen Frames KOI «*«d kvtrr, clam 17 .out wEadow .cr..n fiAm*« oat of ifaap* orft\\lag lo pl«c«* M. *V/««1llng" l»U oa. TOB cis lay yoodbj* (o •![ |fc«l r. B*e>via Alnnt-r»S (nm++ mtm of ALUMINUM. C.»'l iu,t. CAB | w*IgM. So » with *«re. tt o1d-f*iliSon»d -ncod fi*n*il 8ut yon 4*1 euttam-mid*, cu»!oea.(lM*d ft«ni*.« OX ALUMINUHI Pbg n » o( m u« U . for FREK J*wooitri(lon . . . tod 17. Manufactured In Blylhevilfe Kemp Whisenhunt & Co. 109E. Main Phone 4469 PAGE NINE TRAINING CAMP BRIEFS By the Associated PTCM SAN ANTONIO, Tw., April 4. (JP> -Leo Durooher, m»n««er of th« New York Gl»nt«, Myi he Un't worried about the performmrvcw turned In by Ills pitchers. Hot yet, anyway, "But If It keep* up, then' I will really worry," he laid after three pitchers were bombed tor 31 ruru In three game«, "The fellows are throwing hard and their arms are loos*. That's all I'm Interested In." Durocher's hurlers lost a 6-3 decision to Cleveland yesterday. Jftttrn Shlnei ST. PETERSBURG. Fla., April 4. l'j—Jackie Jensen, bonus beauty rom tlie University of California lias begun to make Ihe New York Yankees' bruin trust sit up and take notice. A mediocre .166 hitter in 10 previous contests, Jensen cracked out single, triple and home run yes- n-ilny against the Cincinnati Reds. He scored three times. tomorrow. Wynn and Gordon Hustle SAN ANTONIO, Tex,, April 4. fa —Pitcher Early wynn and second baseman Joe Qordon, two oldtlmers have been performing for the clcve- ,"??• ;" dla » 5 on the grapefruit grind with the zeal of a counie of rookies Wynn, a big righthander who Is 30 and has been in tlie majors since 1941, has won five starts nnd hasn't, lost one. Yesterday at El pnso he allowed the New York Qlants only six hits In seven innings as the tribe won 5-3. The 35-year-old Cordon, who came Into the blgtlme 12 years ago clouted a 305-foot homer over the centerffeW wall with a man aboard He had a homer Sunday, loo, nnd Ills total of live Is only two less than that of Luke Easter who's been at bat about twice as often. Rfds Birmtorin ATLANTA, C!a., April 4. (/P)—The Ja *• ji.un.-u i.mi:u nines. -..~...iii,, viu., mnii i. ^rj—me In addition, the home run gave' Olllclm1!lt l R«us were homeward icklo the club lead with four. Oln- '•""••" "'""all won the game, 6 to 5. fitistlnr In Lineup SAN ANTONIO, Tex., April 4. (If) bound today—they'll meet Atlanta of the Southern Association here tonight. The Rrds closed out Ihelr - Florida training with a li In B victory '- > -*-••-, »>|'n. ^. |/i/ .IV.llt- —Third baseman Frank Gustlne kccs. miule his initial appearance of the season In the St. Louis Browns' lineup hit. (mining with a 6 to B terday oferMbe New Yor k Van- ip yesterday but failed to get a ill. ' He did show a nice bit of field i-ork, iiowcver, when • he pulled In relay to tag Dave Philtey of the N'ewhouser May Not Open LAKELAND, Pla., April 4. (A*j— It looks now as though Hal Ncw- liouscr's mysterious arm trouble may prevent him from pitching the Detroit Tigers' American League 3hicago Wliltc Sox who was trying . opener to stretch a blow Into a triple. | The opener - against Cleveland Third bnsc h;'s been a sore spot with the Browns. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., April 4. I')—Outfielder Harold stnmey, bolus player rirnlted by the St. Louis Cardinals from the Philadelphia Phils' organization last fall, has own claimed on waivers from Cincinnati. He is assigned to the Reds' South Atlantic te«m at Columbia, B. o., Stanley Is the second player re- enscd by the Cards this spring, ^ an April IS this year—lias been Hal's private properly In Hie past. Manager Red nolfe Is figuring on Freddie Hutchlnson or Art Houttcman. Mack Lays the Law WEST PAIM BEACH, Pla., April t. (It'}— There will be no dilly-rtally- E ddie Gossett, Temple Beat Roberts, Rush Tough Eddie :cossett and new- n 0n £ r , 0eor86 Tem P le outlasted Red Roberts and WI!d..BIIi ' Rush In n tce , w '? wn^'I'st night to take ft™ r 5l °?J n thB tag " latch f "- ture of the American Legion's wrestling bouts at Memorial Audi* loi'i , hond , T(!mple "-^ndcd the last two falls, after th «"«t. ^ claim tWd" . lie bout was one of the rn' 6tag « 1Kh « e 'n «>*>' fCe i? P fu * bat> y-' a « d strong mari brother of movie actress Shirley Temple, was making: his first appearance here and he Immediately won the favor of the local fans He relied almost solely on his broad knowledge of wrestling know-how hut his Inexperience nenlnst tough veterans like KO" 0ld °° In the la '« f.. fact ' i . . t was so rough that Ref- nnd ,, Me '° ney had to ""Pf" nnd stop the "going over" Gossett jvas getting from Rush and Sgrta I" the very prst full. They teamed i'f> to work oossett over after Tm- Ple had been eliminated and M e . roncy stopped the round, glvinz them the decision, after they had tody slammed Gossett Into near unconsciousness and refused to rtn him. The fall lasted 20 Stes P But Temple and Gossett cam* fc kk ? ron «'n'ta second rt.na~.rt .1 i le , rount! ln 16. minutes. Gos- .tes wm n " l , Cd K ^ lts ln ftve "SS- h a lcs B^Pcvlne and tern- ing with pitchers who don't produce In games played by the Philadelphia Athletics this year. Manager Connie Mack snid today. "We arc not going to be BO patient cutting their roster to a-PltoSTr' ihb" *£r"'with* o« mtcher," n» Hill Reeder was «nl ^ulrlghl to 87-year-old manager said in outlining the A'B new policy. "In tlie past it has been liniws- slble for us to take a pitcher out of the game niter he walked several he Rochester team last Saturday. Braves F BBADBNTON, or ycnrs has been the popular, Imely hilling right fielder for the Tribe, apparently has become the lub's reserve first baseman. Rcil Sox Break Camp SARASOTA, Pla.', April 4. (/TV- Joston's Red Sox have finished their Sarasota springtime exlilbltion ball nnics. After an liour and a half VOrKOIlt tOdaV thCV Will nicrmrn l« capable." Nats Faces Red ORLANDO, Fla., April 4. (IT)— With time getting short to get in shape for big league play, the Washington Nationals were ordered lo take a rest today. Manager Bucky Harris figured Rae Scarborough, get walloped . for 17 hits by a team of minor leaguers yesterday. The Springfield,' Mass., /RENT A CAMERA Low Rote* on Box or Flash Cameras Call 3647 — West Main BARNEY'S DRUG STORE ^ "'rf / a " WBS lhe the night and was sparked by a strangling session with all four wreslers Involved. The' choking eventually led to the dlsquaUflca- awl.i! ul USh ^ Then ll 'ooked for Ml lie like tho veteran Roberts ^ h al 1 e both Temple «"d Oo«- wlti aL 1? nn n," y bwt - htel ""^ with aossett calling an end to the fracas with n pile driver In the two onc-fali preliminary bouLs RoberU defeated Gossett in W mlnules with , surf board a nS ut« P L C ii?: 0 1 OVer Rush '" 12 mln- borty pu^ h kanBar00 "Ick, and . Some 70,000 persons were killed by '.Inguc In London lees. For Improved KIDNEY FUNCTION In a majority of CO.WM investigated In several hospitals' and ,-. cli .^l cs '.; ub no"Jia) Kidney functiort was improved. Bladder pain and discomfort reduced after ths use of Mountain Valley Wafer.,' If your.doctor hai diagnosed your condition oi functional Kidney impairment thit noforal, uo- Irealed mineral water may be very beneficial. Try it for a few .week's. H l« delicious, pur*-tatHng, and may b« consumed freely. 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