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PAGE THIRTEEN THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1937 Brownies' Owners Failed to Back Hornsby With Good Talent, Writer Sayi DAILY TIMES AND DAILY JOURNAL-PRESS. ST. CLOUD. MINN, RAJAH WORK AT ST. LOUIS RATED BEST POSSIBLE Lack of Hurlers Declared to Have Been One of Crying Needs. BEES STING CARDS Fette Aids in Winning 2 Tilts as Cubs Stretch Lead to 2 Games. By SID FEDER i..iori Presa Snorta Writer The wolves ore different in si. Anywhere else, when they start hni th chances are they d Ret some ball players. But when they open up on the Browns, they wind up with the manager's scalp and don't as wny. If anyone could have done a better Job with the Brownies than old Rajah Hornsby, ho hasn't made his appearance in big-time ball up to now. Certainly, no one can do any better with the material at hand. With a pitching staff that was virtually non-existent, the Rajah was lucky to finish in the same league with the rest of the American loop larrupers. That he finished out of the cellar last year was a miracle. Take It Out on Rajah But the new Brownies' bosses, who took over the club before the season opened, havi used little if any cash for pitching talent. Instead of giving Hornsby some el-bowers that might have a 80-80 chance of finishing what they started, the powers that be fired Hornsby. Figure that one out. They might have taken a tip from the Boston Bees. Bob Quinn moved in there two years ago and found a club dying on its feet. But instead of pouring it on Bill Mc-Kechnle, he has backed Bill up, until now he has brought together a pitching staff that is the pride of th National league, if not the entire big time. Lou Fette and Jim Turner, a couple of 30-year old "rookies" are the latest with whom Quinn and McKechnie have come up to baffle batting opposition. Fette and Johnny Lanning, a second-year man, had a cinch yesterday with the Cardinals and walloped the"m in both ends of a doubleheader, 8-1 and 2-1. A homer by Ray Mueller with the bases loaded in the 11th inning won the first game for Fette. Then Lanning, matched against Dizzy Dean, whose big toe is healed again, tossed a two-hitter at the Gas Houso gang for the night cap decision. Cubs Lead Two Games The Chicago Cubs, meantime, stretched their National league lead to two full games over the crippled Giants by whlpplnr the Phillies in a twin bill. The mast astonishing part about it was that Bill Lee and Rau's Place Oatslugs Gambles, 18-9 as Ace Bar Defeats Cathedral, 84 Semi-Pros Hand Ragged Tilt To Brooklyn Giants, 8 to 6; Play Maple Lake Here Sunday By mixing up an unusual combination of weak hitting In the clutches, weird base running and errors the 6t. Cloud semi-pros managed to reverse the count of their earlier 4 to 1 victory over the Brooklyn Giants to lose to the colored team by an 8 to 6 score in a second game played at the ball park Wednesday night. Five moundsmen saw action during the game, three for the Saints and two for the Giants, Vlnce Otto, conqueror or tnree weens ago, pitched good ball for four frames, though accorded ragged support and retired in favor of Rcngel in the fifth when he became tired. Rengel continued for two innings until the spvpnth when Bauer nnisneo me game after two consecutive singles had been maae. MrRrarv. startlwr hurler lor tne Giants, was found for five runs in the third and fourth and was relieved by Mathls in the last three innings, the Saints making only one more hit and one run to finish their scoring. Most of the semi-pros were unable to solve the offerings of the two colored fllngers ana tne -seven knocks were registered by four hitters. Jerry Smith led with three singles in four times at bat while Blenker came through with two In Men: Buy one shirt at the regular price, get another, same value, for 50c more. Read the "New Clothes" Store adv. on' PAGE S. o o o o o o o ooooooooo four. Otto one In one, and McGran one In two until forced irom tne game in the fourth with a torn finger. The next game lor St. Cloud will be against Maple Lake here Sun day when the contest between two old rivals should bring out the best attendance in many weeks. The box score: BROOKLYN GIANTS AB Brlggs, cf S Warren, h 2 Lowe, 3b S R. White, lb 3 D. White, If 3 Cooper, rf 4 Collins, o 3 McCray, p 3 Moore, 2b , 2 Mathla, p 1 Young. 3b , 1 H 3 0 2 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 PO 3 3 1 S 0 0 8 0 1 0 2 RAU'S OPEN UP WITH 1 1 RUNS IN 2 STANZAS Ace Bar Also Counts Big at Start to Conquer Cathedral Ten. 2 BATTLES TONIGHT U. & I. and Rau's Place Will Fight for Third Place at 8:30. Total 31 10 ST. CLOUD AB H Glatzmeler, 2b 3 0 Welsbrlck, it 2 0 Smith, rt 4 3 Blenker, cf 4 2 Ulrteh, u 1 0 McGran, m 3 1 Callahan, a ...3 0 Davidson, 0 1 0 Melna, lb 4 0 Kleber, 3b 3 0 Otto, p 1 1 Rengel, p 0 0 Bauer, p 0 O xChadwlclc 1 0 xxKlasen 1 0 31 PO t 0 3 1 0 3 1 3 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 21 14 Larry French allowed only 14 hits . ' J- 11.. TIV,I1. wltlt. ana one run m win tiu i...v-slzed ball orchard to win, 4-1 and 6-0. ... A five-run rally In the nitn gave Hie Cincinnati Reds a 6-5 decision over the Giants. George Jeff coat turned in a four-hitter to blank th- Pirates for a 6-0 BrooKiyn win. Although Sunny Jim Bottomlcy was the new manager for the Browns, it was tho same old ball club. So the Yankees trimmed them, as usual. 6-3. Jimmy Foxx smashed out two homers for the second straight day to lead the Red Sox in a 10-3 walloping of the Detroit Tigers. Washington's Senators ended a 12-game "win-less" run by topping the Athletics in both ends of a twin bill, 8-8 and 8-7. KELS HOLD NARROW LEAD IN AA RACE Chicago The American association's leadership battle, so tight that it squeaks, showed no signs of loosening up today, with Minneapolis and Columbus in a virtual tie for first place and Toledo only a game further back. Although the Red Birds suffered their second shutout beating of the season in the first game of a day and night doubleheader, they came back to whip Indianapolis in the nightcap and all but erase Minneapolis' first place margin. Lefty Bob Logan kept eight hits spread out in the afternoon game to give the Indians a 3-0 decision, and Bill McGce allowed only two singles as Columbus won the night tilt, 4-1. The Millers took a 9-3 beating from Milwaukee, leaving them with only a percentage point advantage over Columbus .576 to .574. Charley Wagner, ace of the Miller hurlers, was batted out of action in the third. Toledo defeated Louisville's hapless Nelson 8-2, to move closer to the leading pair. St. Paul and Kansas City divided a doubleheader, the Blues winning the opener 17-4 and the Saints winning the second, 10-2. Totals 28 x Batted for Kleber in 7th Inning, xx Batted for Bauer in 7th inning. R H E Brooklyn OlanU .... 301 130 0 9 10 1 St. Cloud 003 200 1 fl 7 8 Errors Glatzmeler. Otto, Melnz, McGran 2, Uldrtch. Warren. Two base hit Lowe, McGran, Cooper. Sacrifice hits Welabrlck, Warren, Mathls. Double Dlavs Bauer to Davidson to Melnz. Stolen basfw Warren, Lowe, R. White. Base on balls off Otto 3: off Rengnl 2; off Bauer 1; off McCray 4; off Mathls 3. H1U off "Otto 7 In 4 Innings; off Rengel 3 In 2 Innings; off Sauer 0 to 1 Inning; off McCray 8 In 4 innings; orf Mathl l in 3 innings LHIt batsmen, by Rengel (Young) F . t . x i a r - . -1 1 DLrucK out DV jwcvry . raijuB o Otto 1, Rengel 1, Sauer 1. Umpires Eiffert and onlikowsKi, c. M. u. a. Time of game 1:5S. Wednesday's Baseball '"'" ...'.'.'.. ' Alt m I CAN YOU GUESS 1 THE OISTANCE . I AROUND YOUR HEAD 1 WITHIN 2 INCHES? I Solution printed upside-down below, r 5W There's only ONE ANSWER WHICH whiakey to choose? Here'i a simple answer 1 Keep to Kenler's Private Blend because it has a natural whiskey taste. Julius Kessler attains a natural whiskey taste entirely by blending. That's why Kessler's tastes smooth and mellow yet has all the heft of full 90 proof. Ask for it today at your favorite liquor store or bar. You'll go for its low price KEEP TO KESSL 7e MzZrtat 9sTmf WksAey , KISSLIK'S PMVATI BLIND- BtCNDtD WHISKEY, Th tr.IgM wkUktM I IMa ! an am yaar mi IkrM m.mha a mara 14 tS atrala whlak.y, TS natural ..Ir11.ai.llll. a tram iarl.aa By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE R H E Cincinnati 010 050 00O6 9 2 New York 012 000 1103 10 S Holllngsworth, Derringer and V. Davis; Castleman, Smith, Coffman, Baker and Panning R H E Pittsburgh 000 000 0000 4 0 Brooklyn 103 001 Olx 11 Bowman and Todd; Jeffcoat and Spencer. First game R H E Chieaeo 110 000 0034 10 1 Philadelphia 000 000 0011 8 0 Lee and Hartnett; Johnson and Grace. Second same R H Chicago 104 000 1 008 11 0 Philadelphia ooo ooo ooo o o J French and O'Dea; Jorgens, Milcahy, Kelleher. Crawford and Atwood. First game R H E St. Louis 100 000 000 001 5 0 Boston 000 010 000 043 7 3 (11 Innings) Blake and Owen: Fette and Mueller, Second game R H E St. Louis 000 010 0001 2 0 Boston 002 000 00X 2 8 J. Dean and Mueller, 1 Owen; Lanning and AMERICAN LEAGUE First game R H E Philadelphia 000 000 3508 9 2 Cleveland 000 313 011 9 13 0 Thomas, Nelson. Kelley and Conroy; Harder. Andrews. Feller ana Bum van. Second game R H E Philadelphia 300 102 0107 16 0 Cleveland 001 210 2028 18 Ross, Fink, Kelley and Brucker; Gale-house, Hevlng, Brown, Hudlin and Pvtlak. R H E Washington 303 000 1007 12 0 Chicago 200 000 0103 6 1 Deshong and R. Ferrell; Dietrich, Cain and Sewell. R H E Boston 012 016 00010 10 Detroit 010 001 100 3 10 Grove and Dcsautels; Bridges, Gill tnd Havworth. R H E New York 010 001 2206 11 St. Louis 000 101 0013 10 Wicker and Dickey; Koupal and Hcmsley. 8 2 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION First game R H E Kansas City ...... 103 320 31417 20 St. Paul 001 020 001 4 9 Kletnhans and Hartje. Breese; Chel- Inl wtlxher. HI in t to and Fasek. Second game R H E Kansas City 000 020 000 2 11 St. Paul 002 021 14x 10 12 Nleeellne. Page and Breese; Welch and Fenner. . R H E Milwaukee 220 000 2309 15 Minneapolis 010 200 O003 Blaeholder and Brenzel; Wagner, Grabowskl and Dlckev. First game R H E Indianapolis 200 100 0003 8 1 Columbus 000 000 000 0 8 C Loean and Riddle: Potter and Clark Nlaht game R H E Indianapolis 000 000 1001 3 Columbus 002 000 20x 4 12 Phillips, French, Braxton and Lewis; UcQm and Clark. R H E Toledo 200 001 2308 11 Louisville 001 000 1002 3 Nelson and Linton; Basa,. Terry , and Berree. SOFTBALL CALENDAR. Results Last Night. Rau's Place, 18; Gamble-Robinson, 9. Ace Bar, 8; Cathedral Athletics, 4. Games Tonight Waibel and Smith vs. Bernlck's Dr. Pepper, twilight. U. & I. Stores vs. Rau's Place, night lights. Rau's Place and Ace Bar improved their standings In the municipal softball league Wednesday night by taking their games with Gambie-Roblnson and Cathedral Athletics respectively. Rau'a outslugged the Gambles, 18 to 9 in a free-hitting game while Ace Bar conquered Cathedral, 8 to 4. Rau's hopped onto Gamble-Rob inson hurlers for 11 counters in the first two stanzas to clinch the victory at the outset Gambles made nearly as many hits aa the winners but they were kept well scattered until the last three innings wnen all nine runs, were registered. Five tossers were in action during the fracas. Ace Bar scored practically all of its runs in the opening two innings, Right And Left In Sports By R. A. LOFSTROM INTRODUCING ANTIL Selection of Tommy AntU, for seven years head coach at Glencoe high school, for the position of full time instructor and basketball coach at St. Cloud Technical high, as announced several weeks ago in this column, was confirmed by the board of education at a recent League Standings W L Pet. Waibel & Smith ..13 2 .867 Palmer 10 4 .714 U. & I. Stores ....10 8 .667 Rau's Place 11 8 .647 Ace Bar 7 9 .438 Dr. Peppers 5 12 .294 Cathedral 4 12 .250 Gamble-Robinson 3 13 .188 " I i f leading 7 to 1 up to the fourth. The losers added one more in the fourth and one each in the sixth and seventh, while the Aces finished with one tally in the fifth. A battle for third plae will be In progress tonight when U. & I. Stores mixes it up with Rau's Place in a game under the lights at 8:30 o'clock. If tho Grocers win they will be knocking on the door of sec-end place while if Rau's cop they will retrieve the ground lost last week when they took consecutive defeats. In the first clash of the evening Waibel and Smith and Bernlck's Dr. Pepper will take the field at 6:45 oclock with the Peppers determined to add another defeat to the few already chalked up against the city champions. The scores: R H E Rau's Place .. ..740 213 118 16 6 Gamble-Rob'son 000 025 2 9 13 5 Batteries B. Zierden, Goedert and Thelsen; Hennessy, Schutt, Theisen and Spurrier. . R H E Ace Bar .. '.. ..520 010 08 9 2 Cathedral 100 101 14 7 3 Batteries Arseneau and Reinar-dy; Beckstrom and Eisenrich, Kraus. LEAGUE By the Associated Press. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Batting Medwick, Cardinals, .406; P. Waner, Pirates, .380. Runs Galan, Cubs, 75; Medwick, Cardinals, 71. Hits Medwick. Cardinals, 128; P. Waner, Pirates, 122. Home runs Medwick, Cardinals, 20; Ott, Giants, 19. Pitching Fette, Bees, 12-3; Hub-bell, Giants, 14-4, AMERICAN LEAGUE. Batting Gehrig, Yankees, .374; Di Magglo, Yankees, .363. . Runs Di Maggio, Yankees, 79; Greenberg, Tigers, 76. Hits Bell, Browns, 117; Di Maggio, Yankees, 114. Home runs Di Magglo, Yankees, 25; Foxx, Red Sox, 22. Pitching Ruffing, Yankees, and Lawson, Tigers, 12-2. LORINSER WINS MIDGET TENNIS Cathedral Player Beats Boese in Wednesday Meet, 6 to 4. Jerome Lorinser emerged victor ious in the midget tennis tournament which was held Wednesday at the Tech courts. Representing Cathedral he defeated another Cathedral entry, Tom Boese, in the finals, 6-4. In the opening round Terres or Washincton drew bye: Tuttle of Cathedral lost to Lorinser of Cathe dral, 1-6; Wadhams of Washing ton drew bye; and Boese of Cathe dral drew bye. The second round saw Lorinser of Cathedral down Terres of Washington, 6-1 while Boese of Cathedral rdted out Wadhams of Washington, 8-6. ESCOBAR STOPS HOLMES. New York, (P) Sixto Escobar, 121U. Puerto Rico, world banta.m weight champion, stopped George Holmes, 122, Brooklyn (3) non-titie S. R. DIAM0NDBALL W L Grlnols 6 8 Blue Eagles 7 6 Callahan's 6 7 Voigt s 6 7 Result Tuesday Night Grinols, 8; Callahan's, 8. Result Last Night Blue Eagles, 4; Volgt's, 3. Game Tonight Grinols vs. Blue Eagles. Pet. MS .462 .462 LEADS CHANGE IN GRID POLL Daniel of Pitt is Latest Star to Annex Most Votes. TOMMY ANTIL meeting. . . . AntU, who is an cider brother of the famous Ray Gopher grid star, will also assist in football which will be the main athletic endeavor of Coach Vernon Morrison in addition to holding the reins of athletic director. . . . Antil is at present taking summer school work in physical education at the University and is expected to come to St. Cloud to make his home about the first of September. . Tommy is unmarried which may be of interest to a number of young ladies in St. Cloud. RAL The St. Cloud Golf club, busy with inter-ci4y matches this sum mer, has another Important event scheduled for next Sunday when a Z-man team win meet wesi-wood Hills in a return match in Minneapolis. The St. Cloud squad will practically be the same as the one which carried off a 22 to 9 victory in the meet here in June. RAL INTRAMURAL ADDITION The intramural athletic program at St. Cloud Tech will be further improved the coming year through the addition of a full-time instructor in history who will help in athletics also. He is Lloyd Johnson of Glenwood who has been instructor and football and basketball coach at Clarkfield, Minn, for several years. . . . Johnson is a graauaie of St. Olaf college and is also single (for which see comment on Tommy Antil above). . . . The new history instructor will prob ably help in both football and basketball when he assumes his new position here. RAL The common ailment of being required to work for a living seems to be the main difficulty why many semi-pro baseball clubs are unable to enter the tournament here starting next week. Most players are unable to get off for several days and that Just about makes it impossible for the clubs to play on two or three week days. The Chamber of Commerce announced this morning here that an intensive effort will be made during the next day or two to complete the entry list if such a thing is possible. RAL SUCCESSFUL DIRECTOR George Saunders, St. Cloud State Teachers college athletic star, and graduate of last spring, started as playground director in a new project at Pine City on July 1 and Is reported to be making good. .. . He majored in physical education here and has several offers for school jobs next fall. ... A post- noned eame In the Great Soo Leaeue will be played tonight at 6 oclock when Watklns will clash with Cold Spring there. ... As usual some good games are sche duled In the Soo next Sunday but the one which will attract the most attention from fans will be the Rockvllle at St. Joseph encounter, A cate of all the way from $100 to $150 has been predicted for the battle which will set a high for the season. . . . Ralph Juenemann was elected president of the St, HOW THEY. sum, r ' '. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION W. L. Minneapolis 53 Columbua 54 Toledo 51 Indianapolis 47 Milwaukee 44 Kansas City 42 Bt. Paul 37 Louisville 33 Pet. .578 .574 .50 .528 .480 .483 .407 .367 Results Wednesday Milwaukee, 9; Minneapolis, 3. Kansas City, 17, 2; St. Paul, 4, 10. Indianapolis, 3, 1: Columbus, 0, 4. Toledo, 8; Louisville, 2. Games Todav Milwaukee at Minneapolis, 8:30 p. m. Kansas City at St. Paul. Toledo at Louisville. Indianapolis at Columbus. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. ' L. Pet. Chlcaao 52 29 .642 New York 31 32 .814 Pittsburgh 43 37 .538 St. Louis 29 .519 Boston 39 -470 Brooklyn 34 45 .430 Cincinnati 32 48 .410 Philadelphia 31 53 .373 Chicago, (JPh-The leaders in the balloting to name a team of 1936 college senior football stars to meet the Green Bay Packers in the annual all-star game at Soldier field Sept. l: Ends Gaynell Tinsley, Louisiana State, 297,842; Larry Kelly, Yale, 286,396; Merle Wendt, Ohio State, 285,918; Ray Antil, Minnesota, 278,-273. Tackles Averell Danlell, Pittsburgh, 303,446; Bill Stelnkemper, Notre Dame, 292,817; Charles HaTh-rlck, Ohio State, 186,254; Ed Wid-seth, Minnesota, 279,113. Guards Steve Reid, Northwest ern, 280,307. Centers Bud Svendsen, Minnesota, 223,524; Mike Basrak, Du-quesne, 217,802. Quarterbacks Bud Wilkinson, Minnesota, 257,912; Vernon Huff man, Indiana, 249,116. Halfbacks John Drake, Purdue, 253,296; Bobby LaRue, Pittsburgh, 247,653. Fullbacks Sam Francis, Nebras ka, 318,473. MODCafiTE WTESE2T CBsacsa Aato 1mm can b oMmm4 Mm m the abort ye nbte am od a kmae possibU aoct. Car wrl w tad ttti MtrmiWi eewr tnieaee , whammr . tioaal mto m wqwrart PB 'mrj TarpoM. femt, ai'fc-,1km, k Wtad' ad -wilY W gWen yiompV to" ' " Itentton. Let m uamf torn for yetu MERCHANTS & JOBBERS CREDIT CORP. 319 Granite Exehanf St. Cloud, Minn. Tel. 2245 Results Wednesday Brooklyn, 6; Pittsburgh, 0. ' Cincinnati, 6: New York. 5. Chicago, 4, 6; Philadelphia, Boston, S, 2; St. Louis, 1, 1, 0. 1. Games Today St. Louis at Boston. Chicago at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at New York. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. New York 55 Chicago 50 Detroit 47 Boston 43 Cleveland 39 Washington 31 St. Louis 25 Philadelphia 23 Pet. .705 .802 .595 .558 .508 .408 .321 .295 Results Wednesday New York. 8: 8t. Louis 3. Boston, 10: Detroit. 3. Washington. 7; Chicago. 3. Cleveland, 9, 8; Philadelphia, 8, Games Today Washington at Chicago. Philadelphia at Cleveland. New York at St. Louis. Boston at Detroit. Jamestown Winnipeg . Wausau . . W. L. Pet. 48 24 .887 38 29 .567 41 32 .562 43 38 .548 32 40 .444 32 42 .433 31 43 .419 29 47 .382 Results Wednesday Winnipeg. 9; Eau Claire, 1. (Six ln- n1r,ry mini. Fargo-Moorhead, 4; Superior, 3. (10 Innings). .inmpKtnwn. 3: Dululh. 4. Crookston-Wausau. postponed, rain. Games Today Wlnnlnetr at Eau Claire. Fargo-Moorhead at Superior. Jamestown at Duluth. Crookston at Wausau. (Two night gamea). STEELE BEATS WILLIAMS. Washington. OP) Freddie Steele, 161 tt, Tacoma, Wash., world middleweight champion, stopped Charles (Hobo) Williams, 161, Alexandria, Va. (8); non-title. In different contests, Mrs. T. H. Adams of Gary, Ind., won an auto. Son Robert a wrist watch, Daughter Alice a dog. V. M m j rrttf TRYIT! PRICED WITH THE LOWEST Corriikt HI? ty. LiiMlilta DUIitliiif C.. Ue.,' mm LIQUOR PRICES ADVANCE!! Effective August 1st State Tax 40c Per Gallon SAVE On Your Favorite Brand HOW SPECIAL WINES-SPECIAL AT STORE ONLY 69c Full Gallons. .$1.35 Tel. 76Use Our FREE Prompt Delivery Tel. 76 WINE AND....: LIQUOR STORE NEXT TO HOTEL SPANIOL PORT CLARET TOKAY MUSCATEL SAUTERNE SHERRY REI SLING : GALLON QUALITY The makers of Marvels always put quality before price. So . . . Marvels smokers remain Marvels smokers regardless of the fact that they could pay more if they wanted to. Growing Mary's Athletic club here this week to succeed Eddie Maus who resigned to take employment in Minneapolis. . . . After having squeezed some ragged baseball from their systems last night when they bowed to the Brooklyn Giants, 8 to 6 in a second game here, the St. Cloud semi-pros will probably put on the reverse next Sunday and turn in a good exhibition against the Irish of Maple Lake. The Wright County leaders are a formidable aggrega tlon in any league and will keep the Saints stepping to stay aneati in what should be a good game. 8 StcpbtB BrM. rhiu-.r. The CIGARETTE of Quality HOMER HOOPEE Bv Fred Locher IWHERE THE HECK IS EGBERT ? WUY ur HE Oar TWERE AT TWc DESK? I WAVTT To GO CWER TO -THE THEWR6J IN THE ATTIC " . PAINTING I mmm L I n I I I I L I -r ' "Jl PLACES AT ONCE! 1 YjgjglJ GOTTA GET TV4S fEM 0NT BOTHER MEl VKA TRYING TO LEARV4 AXV Ikl TUP PY-NY M I V 1 r g iie r.rr A THOUSAND THVWGS TO DO w a. ivy. BUT TWW MEANS NOTVUNCa BODY AROUND HERE: Zun GOT TO WATCH THX ucor., BE M& H i . i -i S III -7 -7 be me liy FT (Jh J IH-i i i M 1 1.M 1 1 ' L n J rn m , V Bira I J m wmiHf vnw jwmr mwtm . mmn. w .,,.,,. . ... . - M? 4MIIM MNM VfMIIIIRl WH MOTIVOMVWrVa II m-

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