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PAGE EIGH1 BLYTHEVILLE (ARKT COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 19-J7 Mack's Athletes Trounce Yankees Philadelphia Club Wins Doublehcader By Blanking New York NEW YORK, May II. (UP)—Tlie glory that once was Connie Mack's cam* bacfc to llic grand old guy o£ the Athletics today and tliougji li« may never win that "one more pennant" he dreams about, he probably will be glad to settle for .1 tew more h'appy holidays. ••'.-, For In the bright Memorial Day sunshine at Shibs Pirk yesterday, ' his spirited 194T Athletics must have brought him fond memories ot those golden by-gone days when he had such great stars ns or Mcr.e Orove, Black Mike Cochranc, and DDU!I!O X- Jimmy Fox, and before th?m such immortals as Hube Waddell, Eddie Collins and Eddi? Plank. . Yesterday it was the Yankees wno suffered the embarrassment cf a double shutout defeat. 1 to 0 and 4 to 0. and to make nintteii; worse it was the first time Philadelphia had won a twin bill from New York since Aug. 5, 1945. Dick Fowler won the opener with a five hitter nnd Roulu 1 ; Jou Golcman. who was brought up for big league baU by kindly Brother Gilbert, the same priest who developed Babe Ruth, scattered nine hits to win the nightcap. Spucl Chandler lost a three-hitter in lh« opener, weakening momentarily In the seventh when Eddie Joost doubled, tiok Ihird on a wild pitch and scored on Elmer Valos's single. Joosl hit a second game home;-. The victories put the A's in fifth place, just a' half game back of the slump- tag Red Sox. ' It' was a big day, tc-o. for the long-suflei-irig fans in Washliifttaii who watched the Ejenalrvs drub Boston, 13 to 6 nnd 5 to 3, bringing the Red Sox road record for Ills season to two victories and seven defeats. Stan Spcnce stnilsd Washington off to its top ru.i-mnkin* j-Jb oi the year with a first nlnnlg ro- n>er in the opener, .v'ivl: the Nats ^'ere able to make live l-.ils good foi as many runs in the nightcap. Relief pitcher Sid Hudson won the Ihit game and Mickey Haefnev took the second. Tex Huglison, loser in the opener, was beaten jy \Va'jliinr;to:i for the first time in twn years after eight straight wavj. Double Win for Cleveland Home runs gave Cleveland 8 to 4 and 9 to 1 victories uvw the Whit Sox at Chicago. Hal PeoX with livo homers and a single, drove in fiv runs in the opener in whicl: Jo Gordon also hit for ths route. Me Harder, making his first start in h! 20th big league season, held Chi eago to five hits lo win the'fccon game, winning the 2UC.1 contest o his career. Ken Kcltncrs two ru homer in the first inning and rochia Eddie Robinson's homer, good for three tallies, 'supplied the ncces Kvry ammunition. The victories Belle of Bar Bells Dorcas Lehman proves claim to' title of world's strongest \vcman lifting 175-pound bar bcU with case. Belle of bar 1 Us — \vcight 160 pounds — <• crates York, F'a., bar that ha; no need of employing Pelicans Win double-header 'Nooga/is moved Cleveland into second place. Tlie Tigers and Brwn-. split at Detroit Hal Newhouser naming hi: fifth victory on « fivc-hi'ier In the opener wh'en Johnny Bsrardino threw wild to the plntc in the ninth for a 2 to 1 Detroit decision. St Louis took ths second gar.ia 0 to 3 oh steady pitching by Nelson Potter, who wns bothered only by John ny McHale's two honun which brou'ght in all of DetroltY runs. .The" "Giants stretched their lead in the National to n lull game by defeating the Phillies. 7 tJ 1 and 5 to 3 nl New York. Monte Kennedy pitched four-hit ball to win the opener in which.he w.u helped offensively by Bill Rigney'n homer and Buddy Kerr's three singles. Lyn Rowe, who had won 10 straight games, six this season and four lust * years, went down to hij defeat since July -1, 194G :\s the Giani.5 knocked him out with all live runs in the first two innings of the second game. Two run homers by Bobby Thompson and Joe Lnfntn were Rowe's downfall. Dave Kosl'J, with help from Ken Trinkle, was I he winner. Del Ennis hit a PlilHy homci In the second game. Braves Take Second Plocs The Braves iropped the D.irttsors to fourth place and moved into a second place He with Chicago by winning two from Bronk'yn at Boston, 6 to 3 and 3 to 0. ;The Braves came from behind to win the opener as w-.wrcii S\v.\lv.\. their sophomore southpaw, scored his-eighth victory wit.iout a Oc- fcat, tops in both leaquos. Billy Cox hit a 10th inning homer to give Preacher Roe a 2 lo 1 victory over the Cubs a 1 .. PHtsDurKh, after which Hank Borr.wy retaliated by winning his own y:>m-: svitli a two run single in the ninth giving Chicago a 5 to 2 second g.ime vit,- tory. Frankie Gustine hit a homer and stole home for PitUburgh's second game runs, Bill Nicholson hit a two run homer ror Chicago. An tighht run rally in th: seventh furnished Clncvn.iKli wtvh a 15 to 8 victors' at St. Louis in which Ray Mueller of the Reds ar.d Stan Mu'sial and Joe GarngioH of tlv Cards hit homers. St. Louis \vjn the nightcap, T to 3, Enos Slauglittt leading the attack with a three run homer Al Brnzle was the winner. Yejierday's slar—Hal Peck of the Indians, who hit IWD hamtr; arJ Uro singles and drove In five runs in 8 to 4 and 9 to 1 victories over the White Sox. ATLANTA, Ga., 31. (UI 1 )-- Ncw Orleans baseball, breathed' easier today tis the Peli'j.uii pushed their Southern Association lead up to two full games and culled everything square in a scrips with ihird- plnce Chattanooga. The Pels staved off u:i immediate threat by Mobile to pry loose tlw vise-like grip the Pels have held on first place since April 1!) by conquering 'Nooga twice' last night, G to G and 10 to 3. The Uvui-wia s-'.vcd face for Ihe Crescent City clun which hnd bowed twu nights in row to Chattanooga. Walt. Smola won llic opener and Tom Siinksl triumphed in Ihe nightcap. Mobile meanwhile fell before a N'ashville Vol onshuight 10 to 5 3r the first of a scheduled doubleheader. The nighlcap went nine in- nli gs but was called on time limit with the.score knotted at \l-nll. Five bobbles by the Mobile fleld-.'rs in the opener .contriliLitri.! to the Bear defeat. Mallory was the winning hurler although !::: uecflcil relief by Neil Saulia In the fourth Vi'hen Mobile tallied three times. Memphis triumphed for the third straight night over Atlanta but hf.d lo go ID-Innings to gel p. 5 to 2 decision. Newcomer Ken Polivka tolled aiiie 'frames for the Chicks a'.ul Freddie Biggs took over in Ihe tsnth to get credit for the wi;i. AtUinta'.s workhorse Forrest Tlifjiupson Rave up 11 hits nnd wns charged with the loss. Birmingham downed Llttl? Rock twice, edging Ihe Hocks 5 to 2 in the opener after comi'itj from behind. Babbit, Huron leliefer who took over from Brunei- in tlu sixth, got credit for tlic win and Al Pic- chota was the losing t\\irli'r. In the second Ka;n-^ the -linrons unleashed a H-hit in lack which coupled with five Pel) c'Tors. nrtlcc 15 runs. Alex Ronay -illoweil 10 hitj for six Peb runs an:l chalked np his fifth win. Mauri Rose Wins 500-Mile Classic Victor Takes $25,800 In Prize Money; Won By Only 28 Seconds By i:i> SAINSHUKV (1/nlled I'ress Sports Wrilor) INDIANAPOLIS, Mny 31. (UP) — llltlc Mauri Rose, a mechanical engineer who drives hlBli-nowercil racing cars for relaxation .stepped up for the payoff today, a chuck for $25,800 for Ills triumph in the 31st annual Indianapolis Spi'ed.vay races von his first unquestioned victory in the 1047 event yesterday. nut it wns llic second time he had pliolcc) n car into the winners' enclosure, no wns co-winner of the 1041 classic. The new victory. gained aflcr n hnrtl and prolonged struggle with Illll Holland, driving a twin of rose's victorious chariot, was preceded by violent denlh. William "Shorlv" Caution of Indianapolis was killed early in the contest when his fin spun out of control niu: smashed into the wall on the Southwest tuni- For Holland, the Hose Irlnmnr was nnrtLculnrly hitler. The two men <|iove exiictlv the same car. Htrth were blue specials entered hy Lou Moore of Ventura. Cal. Holland, innklni; his first start on the speedway with a highly successful record on Eastern dirt tracks, led the Held for 142 of the 20n laps. He lest out on the 193rd turn of the two and one half mile track. Hose, pushing his car to the utmost, passed the Bridgeport. Conn., star (lien ami won going away. Hul lie attained the title only nftcr a desperate drive for the final inn miles. He trailed Holland hy 57 seconds at the WO mile mark; after MO miles he was only 3-1 seconds behind, at 'ISO miles the Rap was eight seconds, and then Rose, ill a final punch, tool: the lead and won by 28 seconds. Holland reportedly complained that lie would have won had not the pit crew told him he was winning easily, causing him to slacken Ins speed. The pnyoH will give Holland $24.200 as his share. Includlnc $14,'.!iK in lap prizes, while rose's $to,800 will Ijc divided into $20,000 !or flrsl place and $5.800 In lap awards. Ted Horn, the la-lii natlona champion irom Pnterson. N. J., fin ished tlilrd ill lliu speedway's P>'i» money winner, a Maserati In whicl Wilbur Shaw won twice. It \va the second consecutive year 1 which Horn finished In third po sition. Osceola Team WOlCTUfU I eUlff To Battle With Cotton Pickers Mobile Chattanooga Atlanta Birmingham ' Nashville The Blythcvillc Cotton Pickers Memphis vlll journey lo Osceola tomorrow Little nock 1828 or a game with tlic Osceola Jim- or LMion baseball team, Joe Whit- AMERICAN LEAGUE 1 BASEBALL STANDINGS i SOUTHERN LEAGUE 1 W. L. Pet New Oilcans 30 18 .625 27 19 .587 26 at .553 22 23 .489 22 28 .468 18 22 ,450 18 24 .429 .391 Paddy Mack To Wrestle in Legion Arena cy, manager of the Blythcvillc jCRlon team announced today. Detroit Tlie Pickers will be seeking Iheir Cleveland . •ccoiui victory over the Osccoia New York . iltic, having downed them 8 lo 3 'Boston . ... n a previeus meeting earlier this Philadelphia Spring. They will also .be seekini; Washington llicir Ihird victory of tlie season. Chicajjo . . Coach Whitley stilted that lie St. Louis 14 21 was undecided as in who he would . start on the mound against the Osceola nine but cilhcr Din Bunch, 1 a left hander, or Bob Mullen, a New W. L. 23 14 1G 13 19 17 19 ID . 18 19 16 Ijtf . 18 22 Pet. .623 .552 .52; .500 .48C .47 .45' .40< NATIONAL LEAGUE VY. L. York 20 14 Ousted from West Point, Poole Has Undecided Future Pet .58 .553 .551! .523 .515 right hander, would get the start- Chicago . .'. 20 16 inK nod. Buddy CaiKey, will prob-'Boston 20 10 ably get tlie starting assignment Brooklyn 19 17 for the Osceola learn. Pittsburgh 1716 In practice sessions this, week Philadelphia 1721 AVI several Infield changes were tried Cincinnati 1622 .421 by Coach Whille.y. Leon Ashby. who si. Louis 15 22 .409 Joined tlie Pickers as a ' pitcher. p.nd who has seen service at Hbout every other position, will lircbacly hold down the first base SOUTHERN position in tomorrow's tilt. | Memphis 3. Atlanta 2 (10 innings) Couch Wliitlcy stated that lie Birmingham 5-15. Little Rock 2-ii.l '„, was undecided a s to who ...\...-.«. .« .. .«-..:._ = ,, , 1>- OXFOKDX, Miss., May 31. (UP) —Athletic officials at the Unlversi- The appearance of a newcomer'ty of Mississippi today said they and the return of an oldlhncr will did not know whether Barney highlight Monday night's wrestling Poole, Army's All-America end. program at the American Lcsfon would play professional football Arena. I this fall or return to Ole Miss. The newcomer is Paddy 'Mack, a I "Naturally we would like to have veteran from Pennsylvania, and Barney back here since he lias two the oldtiraer i s William "Garscous" years of eligibility remaining," Aln- Canny. -Mack will team with Joe lelic'Director Tad Smith said. Wolfe for the tag feature against! Poole played one year or football Canny and Prince Omar. | at Ole Miss before enlisting in the Litlle is known about Mack's re- Marines and finally being admitted coi'rt but promoter Mike Meronuy to Point. He was dropped by stated that he tips the scales the Military Academy yesterday around 230 pounds and has been because of scholastic difficulties. in the wrestling game tor years. He is rated by Lefty Pacer, who New Theater Manila's Finest Bb*m EVKKV NIGHT Matinee Saturday & SnwUj Box Optns Week Uav» 7:«« p.m. B»t-Sun. 1 pjm. Cant 8b*«rlni ,1 Yesterday's Results has known him for some time', as; a, very good grappler, "Gorgeous Willie,' 'who is disliked by most fans but still is rated as Meroncy's No. 1 drawing card, is returning to the arena- here alter a lonu absence after having beau reported as saying that he would' never appear 'on Mcroney's catri . The ?GO-poniid e>:-bcxer is noted ihowmnn and has n temper SATURDAY "Lightning Raide a I'KC riclur; • • wflli Selected Slibrt Subjects Electricians Trim Ark-Mo Kslowaiters Blythcvillc Tigers To Play Huffman Nino Mead's Blythcvillc Tigers will entertain the Huffman nine at Walker Park tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock in a Mississippi County League game. Prank Ellis, Jr.. will start on '.lie I mound lor the Tigers and will be seeking his third victory. The Tigers arc tied with Manila for -,c- cond place in the league standings. Other league game., to be played tomorrow arc L-utcs at Manila, uiy- thcvillc Route Two at Little River, Yarbro at Annorcl and Cooler at Number Nine. Charley's Eleclrlc downed the j Ark-Mo power Ki low a tiers 12 lo 8 in a make-up yamc at Walker Pivrk last, night. Unit, s«w the lead change hands four times during the hour and seven minutcj of play. \ James Long went the route for the Electricians turning in n sis- hit performance while h? and his teammntes were increasing their batting averages at the cxpcnss ol Leroy Ross. Kllowalicrs hurler. Tlie Electricians took an early lead by scoring two runs on one ; -*it and three Ark-Mo errors. However. Ihe Kilowatlevs came back in Ine thir<i 10 push ahead by a two run margin. This sec-saw afiair went on unl-l the sixth frame when the Electricians pushed across two runs that iced the game f-,r them. Walker. Ihe Electricians fivsllme- inan, paced the victors at Ihe plaie, rapping out n triple and a horn; run in three official trips. Crane, Ark-Mo first sackcr paced his team with two singles in. four trips. High school graduation exercises prevented the making up of thq Snm Johns-Owens Dins game iVu: was rained out Thnrfdav night, but Pop Moslcy and Ted Fisher manager of the two clubs announced this morning that the [;:>mc would be played tonight. Sf ofe College Completes '47 Grid Schedule Ike Tomlinson, athletic director of Arkansas State College in Joncs- joro announced yesterday that tlic 341 football schedule for the Indians had been completed with nine panics scheduled. romlinson stated thai five of the 'jamcs would be played on the 'Indians' hotne grounds, Kays EtsuUuni, wilh four to be played on the road. This is the first yeai since bolnre the war that, the Indians have participated in such a bin scale home schedule, he said Homc-comim; will be held Oct. 25 when the Indians entertain tlie Arkansas State Teachers College of Comray. Tl;e Indians op'en their 1941 schedule at home against the Southeast -Missouri State Colta;c of Cai)c Girardcau, on Sept. 21. On Nov. 15 the Indians will meet Memphis State Teachers College at Crump, Stadium in Memphis ant] on Nov. 8 they journey to Pen-. sacola. Pla.^- for a lilt with .the Prniacoln Naval Air Station. The schedule is »s follows: S«pl. 27—Southeast .Missouri State College, here; O:t. 4. Western Kent tuckv stnte Teachers College a) 'Bowling Green. Ky.; Oct. 11. Moil; licr-lln A. and M., here; Oct. 18, Washington University at St. Louis': Cot. 25. Arkansas State • Teachers College, here; Nov. 1, Southern llnoU Normal University ot Car- bor.dale, in., here': -Nov. 8, p.ensii- cola Naval Air Station, there;.-NoV 15. Memphis State College, there' Nov. 22, Center College of Danville Ky., at. Jonesboro. iDyersburg Golf Players to Meet BlythevHie Team Approximately 40 members ot the Dyersburg country Club will rive tomorrow for an inter-city golf tournament nith members of llic Blytlievllle Country Club. Weii- c"ai>e,| liosi. He, like his best- del I Eaton, pro of the Blythevilla would Nashville 10-11,-Mobile 5-11 (second i )m | ( ] } , ,p,, ( | Roberts, nurse.-, a Krud'je Club announced today. .—, i . ,._„... „„.,., a E aii>st-Mronn:;. He is also rated as The Tennessee golfers defeated bcinrt one of the roughest grapplcvs lilythevillc 21 to 8 in a tournament in the business. . held in Dyevsburg May 11, the first, Wolfe and Omar are both old meeting of the Iwo clubs this year. timers to Blvthcville fans. Wolfe is Pairings for tomorrow's tourns- a former grid star and a flying inent ploy will be made nccordi'.iK block artist. Prince Omar, Hie prat- to individual handicaps. Mr. Eaton tling Persian with a barrel-like tor- stated, with each match scheduled so, is a rough and Uunble artist that never heard of the thing called a rule Look, In the two one-fall preliminary matches Omar and Wolic will trade blow s i" the first bout and Canny and Muck tangle in the second'. SATURDAY OW1* SHOW "Roger Toughy Gangster' wllli I'rcslon raster' Selected Shorts fill the other three infield posi-jgatne called in 9Lh, time limit.) lions but that they would probably be awarded to Jack Diiclos. Clifton Wixson and Homer Smith. Lloyrl :oontz will work behind the plate. Charles Lulrs and Harold Ward •ill hold down the left and right ield positions and Mullen will oam center field provided that he ocs not start on the'mound. Sunday and Monday "DEAD RECKON ING" With Humphrey Bogart, LiuhclU Scull Selected Shorl Subjects AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia 1-4. New York 0-0. Wasliinston 13-5. Boston 6-3. Detroit 2-3, St. Louis 1-8. Cleveland 8-9. Chicago 4-1. NATIONAL LEAGUE Barton 6-3, Brooklyn 3-0. Cincinnati 12-3, St. iLouis 8-7. Pittsburgh 2-2, Chicago 1-5. FUnl (;umc, 10 innings). " New York 7-5, Philadelphia 1-3. f ol - .18 holes Three points will '«; scored in each match, one point f->r t each nine holes and one point for Hie 18. Today's Games SOUTHERN LEAGUE Little Rock at Memphis. Chattanooga, at 'Nashville. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGTO Washington at Detroit. •New York at Cleveland. Only games scheduled. The human nose Is capable of detecting more than GOOD different odors. Considered Compliment Wiping J'our hands on 5'oui neighbor's coat after a meal is considered a compliment among Mongolian tribes. Grease helps make the coat airtight. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn at Boston. Pittsburgh at New York. Chicago at Philadelphia, night. Only games scheduled. WE'RE HAVING A Turncsa, Chapman Even At Half-way Mark in British Amateur Meet Killer's Uccord "Three Toes of llnrdin CARNOUSTIE, Scotland. May 31 (UP) — Little Willie Turncsa White plains, N. Y-, coming bac stronc nllcr a rtisasterous star and uichard D. Chapman of pine hurst, N. C.. were all even loday a they reached the half-way mark o their 3C-hole malch for the Brills amateur Golf Championship. Shooting a sensational two unde par :u on the water-soaked Ciii noustlo course. Chapman nainetl ^ 5 up advantage on the first n'uic holes, but Turncsa, nlwavs a slov/ starter, got hot then and won tho next five holes to even the match. H was Turnesa w'lio look T>ar nnart coniinp home, shooting 35. one under regulation [igures. on bj( far the toughest nine of the coursc- Cliainnan, on the other hand, blew sky high and needed 41 strokes. Faultless Even Money Choice In Belmont NEW YORK, May 31. <UP) — America's premier endurance test for three-year-olds, the historic mile and a Jialf Behnonb Stakes, drew n nine-horse field today In h'ich Preakness winner, Fa'tilt- j 5S,-was the solid choice to take ', rst money in tlic 5100,000 added i ice. , ! As in the Preakness and the \ >erby, where he finished third. Faultless will be ridden by Doug Dcdson nivi was listed at even , ioncy-in-the overnight line. Ho' ras rapected to be odds-on at post ime. Tlie C. V. Whlthey entry of Phal- nx, a disappointment thus far. and the up-and coming Khybcr 'ass, was second choice in the bet- ing at 3 to 1. Phnlanx, second in the Derby and third in the Prcak- s when he was favored to win both, will have a different jockey Huperto Doiioso.' who replaces veteran stake rider Eddie Arcaro. Arcaro. who rode Khybcr Pass to victory in nn allowance race last Saturday, will be aboard him a- giiin. 8.95 County." .000 worth o! livestock betore Its', I capture in 1025. Presbyterian Dartballcrs From 1st Christian First 'Presbyterian team -in- nexed the InsL liaU championship in the 'BlyLhevillc Y clurlbnll league , Thursday night, Uy defeating the first-half champion First Christian team two straight games by .scores of 8 to 7 and D to 2. Tho two teams will meet a?,;un next hursday night Cor a thv«e game play-off scries to decide the city champions. CLOSE OUT SALE Regu!ar$1.95 10" VISE GRIP PLIERS--$1.50 up Regular $5.85—6 volt 25' Cord TROUBLE LAMPS Regular $20.50 Ajemite 40 Ib. GREASE PUMP Regular $13.35 Pyrene 1 quart Fire Extinguisher - - - $8.50 $35.00 l'/2 ton CHAIN HOIST - - - $32.50 Regular $32.50 1 ton CHAIN HOIST - - - $30.00 Regular $65.00 220 volt 3 phase Sioux Bench Grinder - - $30.00 DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. Last Time Today 'Gunning for Vengeance" ClKirlcs Starrstl as the Dur:uie<> Kill Also Smiley H'jmclle Serial: "Dungliter ol I>un Q." Also Shorts Saturday Midnilc Show Si:irls at 10:15 p.m. "THE TRAP" Sidney Tolcr as Charlie Chan ISlanAun Morckiud Also Shorts 312 So. Second St. INTERNATIONAL Phone 863 Sunday and Monday "NIGHT AND DAY" Cary (In Technicolor) with ,«^' Cirant, Alexis ^0P Monlc Wooloy Taramounl Vews Also Shorts THEATRE Manila, Ark. Time Today "Northwest Trail" willl '. . Bob Slcclc ami Hit.i Ji>l'J^p 1st Chapter ff.<- "i\I[inhuni on Mystery Isle" Also Carlomi Locke Holds Six-Point Lead in GoodaH Meet NEWTON, Ma,ss., May 31. (UP) —Bobby Locke of South Africa held a six point lead over the Stella field In the $10,000 Goodall invi Ution golf tournament today Locke sported a pace-setting plu 55 after blazing a seven-under-pa JJ-32--65 over Ihe rolling woode »cre« of Ihe Charles River Counlr second round. shattered the course wo strokes and equalled Ooodall standard of ringed Foot Club, Mam Y., by Harold Uug> last year. BLYTHEVILLE LEGiON ARENA WRESTLING LOWEST ADMISSION HUGE ANYWHEUE! llescrvcd Scats or. Sale at tlic Legion Arena from G p. m. Every Monday iVDUIA'S 'lik — CHILDREN 15< Monday, June 2 Tinv s^vre''^^'EXTRA I50X TAG MATCH Bill Canny and Prince Omar versus Joe Wolfe and Paddy Mack ALSO 2 J-FALL, 30 M/NL/TE WATCHES Bill Canny Prnce Omar PaddyMack Joe'Wolfe All Sizes - Passenger and Trucks Including the 6:00-16 4-Ply at $12 95 plus tax LANGSTON-WROTEK Dial 555 Walnut at Broadway SATURDAY OWI..-SHOW "Cnrninol Cifcrt" with Com C'onway ai:il MarlJia O'Uris Also ('arlnnn IVtlUHlBJ HEART NEVER GREATER THRILL! IGKH mm nmKTM hK'ti h iOrlH F»SRO«

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